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Offline vannan5

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Dear all

i have customer who is running his school each and every teachers and students have there school google apps ID want to use it as a authentication to gain  internet access via pfsense firewall.

 

Offline Gertjan

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Re: using gmail login credentials as pfsense captive portal login credentials
« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2017, 09:57:12 am »
Dear all

i have customer who is running his school each and every teachers and students have there school google apps ID want to use it as a authentication to gain  internet access via pfsense firewall.
Hi !
As you already know, "Google ID" isn't a option to authenticate.
But, some 'scripting' here /usr/local/captiveportal/index.php and here /etc/inc/captiveportal.inc and your ok  ;)
(and redo your edits every update, of course)

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Dear sir,

first of all thanks, could you able to send those scripts. since i don't know to code. so kindly send those scripts i will be grateful to you.

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No-one ever wrote those scripts !

But, I discovered recently that the package FreeRadius3, proposed by pfSense, could handle the Google Authentication.

This means, no coding what so ever.

Take note : setting up a FreeRadius includes some serious learning. Google, as shown, can help you.