ANDReA is a LAMP-based system for registration of network clients using DHCP. Splitting the network into "boot-net" for unregistered users and a "real-net" for registered users makes it possible to gather information about users in the network. Additionally it is possible to detect active services (FTP, WWW, a game server, etc.) and unregistered computers in the network. It is mainly used for LAN parties.
|Tags||Internet DNS Networking Monitoring|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release depends on Ubuntu 8.04 LTS the support of Ubuntu 6.06 ran out. The only new feature is that the firewall can be configured for TCP and UDP ports per client computer. Three bugs have been fixed. Installation works with an existing MySQL password. Delay when rebooting has been fixed. An activated client firewall config could not be removed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug under SuSE 9.3 in which the DNS server did not start correctly.
Release Notes: A problem which caused the DHCP part of ANDReA to crash was fixed. Some cleanup of the seating-plan code was done, and a new administration tool for the integrated firewall was added.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed and lots of code was cleaned up. Some old things weredeleted, and an integrated firewall and a seating plan were included.
Release Notes: The Web interface and installation program were translated into English. The bugs in the login procedure were fixed, and new handy features like wake on LAN have been implemented.