We are required for most of our customers to provide a free-wifi to their customers. We have Free-Wifi deployed everywhere for some time now. Every so often we get a notification from the ISP of an illegal movie download.
What does everyone use to secure these Free-Wifi's from the illegal downloading.
Most of the equipment used is Cisco router (1811) and the open-mesh AP.
Anyone that is willing to give some of their products used would be great. We are looking to implement something to lock this down to just basic web surfing even if it blocks downloading legitimate material.
Sonicwall is a possibility for us to put in as a router. Any suggestions on that?
1. Almost free - Hassle free you can't stop everyone but I bet you 90% of the downloads will stop - What do you use for DNS? on your DHCP server use OpenDNS (https://www.opendns.com/). Sign up for a free
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