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From Optimum Wireless Services <>
Subject [users@httpd] How can I Serve all pages with frameset?
Date Mon, 06 Dec 2010 16:32:49 GMT

I don't know if this is the right place to ask about this issue, if is
not then, please apologize.

I have a small WISP in my town and I would like to offer free internet
service at coffee shops, restaurant, and other public places but, this
free service will have its limitations: All pages would have an
advertisement or promotion on top just like NetZero used to do in the
past. I think this is done with frameset but, don't know how to force
this for all the pages. 

I would like to do this with php/mysql and if the user tries to remove
the frame then maybe redirect them to pay per hour/day etc service.

I have a linux gateway that runs squid and would like certain ip
addresses (free ones) to view pages with this promo on top or even have
pop ups from time to time whichever is easier.

Maybe this can be done on apache server.

Can this be done? If so, can you please provide any suggestions?

Thanks in advanced for your help.

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