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    Default WIFI hotspot (commercial)

    Any recommendation on setting up a commercial WIFI hotspot that has logging.
    A friend is wanting to offer free public WIFI in his restaurant & has been told it must support logging.
    As the traffic will be lite, im looking toward a raspberry PI image.
    The range should be short, so doesn't need to be powerful, just reliable.
    Any suggestions.

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    Default Re: WIFI hotspot (commercial)

    This might be a little overkill, but have you looked into [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]?

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    Default Re: WIFI hotspot (commercial)

    Have you looked at Ubiquiti kit? Not sure if it logs but it is commercial. Cisco Meraki would do the job but overkill and expensive.

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    Default Re: WIFI hotspot (commercial)

    DD-WRT on any compatible router

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    Default Re: WIFI hotspot (commercial)

    Im waiting for thew new Pi4 stock to become available. Ill then try Raspberry Pi Captive Portal & Pi-Hole to see if either of those will work.
    Its going to be a learning curve tbh, as it a alot different to set than a home network.

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