need to record guest email address to allow onto our public network for internet

Hi, my boss has asked for a system that will ask for a guest user to register there email address when they go onto our public wifi. at the moment it is open and doesn't record anything.
We are a play centre, we do not require the option to charge customers, just record there email address.

So far I have seen wireless controllers and various software that will cost from £800 - £3000.

I was wondering if there was any cheap or free form of proxy software that would do the same thing, we don't have any desire to control the wireless, just the internet I suppose.
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hassan afzalIT Commented:
rukus zone controller can do this not sure if there cheap
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Chris MillardCommented:
There is a good tutorial at http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/tutorials/print.php/3730746 that will work on any Wi-Fi router that you can install the DD-WRT custom firmware on.

You can see the list of supported routers at http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices

Bear in mind that none of these systems are foolproof - you have no reliable way of checking to ensure that the email address exists, so you are relying on trust that the user will put in his/her genuine email address.
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total123Author Commented:
hi, we are going to try chris's suggestion as there's minimum cost involved. bar screwing up a  router.
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