NatACL is an authentication daemon for NAT and transparent proxying that man in the middles outbound HTTP requests.
Version: 3.0 Beta 15NatACL is an authentication daemon for NAT and transparent proxying that man in the middles outbound HTTP requests and forces the user to a login/password page requesting credentials to allow the outbound connection. After proper credentials are received, NAT rules are automatically generated.
Operating System: Linux
To install NatACL type these commands:
If you are updating NatACL from a previous version, you may have to manualy
update your /usr/local/etc/NatACL.conf.