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connect to outside network domain

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 14, 2011    Points: 0   Category :
 

i have 20+ computers connecter to my 2008 server enterprise. on my server i have a domain which basicly gives rules to my local pc for bandwidth usage and such.

but what i want to set up is an assess point aprox 2 miles away from my office at a truck stop which will have its own internet connection. what i need is once my customers connect to this router there browser automaticly get brought up with a spash page agreeing to term and have my server control there bandwith usage. how would one go about this. i have the idea in my head but i cant seem to describe what im actually doing :)




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