[Chilli] VLAN Support
mail.gery at gmail.com
Fri Nov 20 11:49:51 UTC 2009
Could the attached scripts be integrated to the source somehow? A lot
of users are wanting to run Chilli on multiple interfaces and probably
these scripts are suitable for most situations.
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From: Gergely Kiss <mail.gery at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Chilli] VLAN Support
To: Devinder Singh <devinder at palettemm.com>
I'm happy to announce that I managed to run 4 separate Chilli
instances at the same time. :)
Two files had to be modified to achieve this, /etc/init.d/chilli (the
init script) and /etc/chilli/functions.
You can find the files attached to this message as a gzip archive.
Just copy the files over the existing ones (create backup first!),
then open /etc/init.d/chilli in a text editor. You have two options
1. Leave the variable CONFDIR empty, so that only one instance will be
run by the script, using the default config file in
2. Enter a path to the CONFDIR variable. In this case, the script will
try to create separate instances for each files in the directory you
There's another variable, which can be used to pass arguments to all
instances (CHILLI_PARAMS). Anything you specify here will be passed to
all of the chilli processes.
Let's see an example:
You have the directory "/etc/chilli/configs" in your system, and it
contains 3 config files (their syntax should be identical to the
default configuration). To be able to run multiple instances, make
sure that the following variables are unique in each configuration:
HS_LANIF -> which is the subscriber interface?
HS_NETWORK -> which subnet to use for DHCP?
HS_UAMLISTEN -> which IP to listen for auth requests?
HS_UAMPORT -> which port to use for auth requests?
HS_UAMUIPORT -> the port of the internal webserver
Once you are done with configuring, open the init script
(/etc/init.d/chilli) in a text editor and set:
Save the script and start up Chilli using the well-known command:
# /etc/init.d/chilli start
After this, a separate chilli process will be run for each
configuration and they will be completely independent on each other
(just make sure you specify different directories for the HS_WWWDIR
Now, check if all the required instances are running with "ps waux |
You should see one running chilli process per configuration.
To test the script, I've included some sample configs in the archive,
just copy them to /etc/chilli/configs and you are done. Also, make
sure you create VLAN interfaces with IDs of 2, 3, 4, 5 to use my
config files for testing.
That's all! I hope, you can make use of what I made.
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