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QHotspot freeRADIUS3 Management Panel for pfSense

QHotspot

Getting Started

!!! This project is under construction. We are not responsible for any problems that may occur in your system.

**This installation is a new panel installation. For the old ghost panel, please use this branch.

This project aims to set up a Hotspot panel powered by Laravel, MySQL, PDO, freeRADIUS3 on pfSense with a command and make necessary adjustments.

It also includes the control application of Unifi antennas as an extra.

Prerequirements

  • Fresh installed pfSense 2.3.x or higher

Installing

Important

If you are using 2.3.x, go to System -> Update -> Update Settings and select Firmware Branch "Security / Errata only (2.3.x)".

Connect to pfSense console with popular SSH Client on SSH And run the following command :

Note : root user must be logged in. Not admin.

fetch -o install.sh https://goo.gl/yzXRnL && sh install.sh
Default Configs
  • Default mysql root password is qhotspot and port 3306
  • Default mysql freeRADIUS username and password both qhotspot and remote access allowed.
  • Default mysql watchdog cron trigger time is every minute
  • Default freeRADIUS3 test username and password both test
  • Default freeRADIUS3 mysql test username and password both testmysql
  • Default Captive Portal zone name is QHOTSPOT
  • Default Unifi Controller port is 8080 (http) & 8443 (https)

Roadmap

  • Install MySQL 5.6
  • Install PHP MySQL Extensions
  • Install freeRADIUS3 package
  • Install cron package
  • freeRADIUS3 CA & certificate create
  • freeRADIUS3 settings
  • freeRADIUS3 EAP settings
  • freeRADIUS3 test user create
  • freeRADIUS3 mysql test user create
  • pfSense CaptivePortal settings
  • Web panel design
  • Web panel integration to MySQL
  • Logging & Signing of the law of the Republic of Turkey No.5651
  • ...more

Built With

Contributing

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.

Authors

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details

Resources & Special Thanks