RE: Wireless authentication
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- Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2005 11:15:19 -0400
- From: "Aaron Beebe" <ABeebe at thegdl dot org>
- Subject: RE: Wireless authentication
We have just finished an implantation of ZoneCD in 4 of our 18 branches
and had the company do some custom programming for us. All you need is:
A Computer with 2 network cards a CD-Rom and a floppy drive
And a Wireless Access Point
Just drop in the live CD
Put your site configuration files on the floppy plug it in and it is
ready to go. ZoneCd offers a Yearly support contract for very
reasonable rates as well. Check out www.publicip.com Then premium
services. We have submitted an application to discuss our installation
in full at the IUG so hopefully it will be accepted and we can go
through it with a ton of detail there as well. But if you have any
questions feel free to ask.
Genesee District Library
From: innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org
[mailto:innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org] On Behalf Of Peter W. Caton
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2005 12:17 PM
To: IUG INNOPAC List
Subject: Wireless authentication
Has anyone been successful using Innovative's patron API to authenticate
patrons in a wireless setting?
We purchased Polaris' WAM, which we have now discovered only uses SIP2.
We were under the impression that we could use WAM to communicate via
the patron API, but we have been unable to make this work. Furthermore,
to add a new client that can access Innovative using SIP2, the cost is
about 2,500 while the patron API is free.
I am therefore wondering if there is another solution available that
could communicate through the patron API. If not, is there another way
to query Innovative's database? Maybe setting up a local database via a
nightly dump, etc? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
For wireless access, we are using D-Link's DSA-3100 Airspot Gateway.
Peter W. Caton
North Suburban Library
6340 North Second Street
Loves, Park Illinois 61111
(815) 633-4247 ext. 22
(815) 636-5042 (FAX)
peterc at northsld dot org
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