Looking for Software to Secure Internet Access by having a Log in html based screen

Mornin All!

I'm looking for a fairly cheap solution to lock down internet useage without having the users enter a keycode provided from the settings of a linksys wireless router. I'm working with a small art school that want's to provide wireless internet connectivity to their students.Right now I'm able to secure it with WEP setting or the other options provided. What I'm looking for is a software that when a student connects to their wireless network and they open Internet Explorer, a html pages comes up prompting for a user name and a password, something similar to those we see in hotels. If anyone has any ideas, it would be greatly appreicated!

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Check out Chillispot.  If you have linksys router, you may be able to upgrade to the DD-WRT firmware which has it included.


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