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February 6, 2011

Wifidog reported that the node's been down for a while. Only was in /etc/resolv.conf, so I did what the instructions below said and it started working. <shrug>

November 3, 2010

Wifidog reported that the node is down. I was able to ping it via OpenVPN ('ping' from the auth server), so I sshed in (ssh root@' from the auth server), and ran 'wdctl status'. It took a long time to run, and came back saying that the wifidog gateway doesn't have Internet connectivity. When I've seen this in the past, it's been because the router doesn't have a valid DNS server. Indeed, 'ping' returned nothing, but 'ping' did. So I forced it to use the opendns servers, by:

nvram set lan_dns=''
nvram commit
vi /tmp/resolv.conf

add these lines at the top:


Immediately I was able to ping yahoo, so DNS started working. Wifidog didn't pick up the change right away, so I restarted it ('wdctl stop', then '/etc/init.d/S65wifidog'). It came right up.

July 15, 2009

Wifidog reported that the wifi went down last night sometime. Gabe went by, and couldn't see the wifi network, but the router lights were on. I restarted the router, and everything came back fine.

July 14, 2009

Installed by Gabe. See router configs for add'l info.

technical_logs/east_side_marios.txt · Last modified: 2013/09/28 17:06 (external edit)