'lo all. Things have been quite busy around here...hence the lack of updates. Work has been insanely busy due mostly to post-merger integration stuff...trying to (gracefully) integrate two completely different networks isn't an easy thing to say the least...

One of the things I need to do soon is implement some sort of captive proxy/authentication system for our wireless VLAN. I've never implemented something like this before, so it's gonna take a bit of research and tinkering. If y'all have recommendations on how to accomplish this, I'm all ears. Extra points if it can authenticate against either OpenLDAP or Active Directory :-) I've researched the NoCatAuth project, which seems to be the most mature out there, but I'm not sure it's exactly what I'm looking for. Another possibility is to use m0n0wall, which comes w/ a built-in captive proxy. That would be very easy to set up and maintain, but may not be as flexible as we want in the future. I dunno. Maybe if I just click my heels together it'll just happen...