Cqure AP is a 802.11 wireless accesspoint that runs on a small linux distribution.
This is a complete new version of Cqure AP built from scratch. This version is built using uClibc and fits on a single floppy. It currently has support for running as a bridge or gateway. It comes with a dhcp server and firewall and has support for 802.1X.
Configure the AP using the cqure.conf supplied on the floppy.
Bridge Utils – http://bridge.sourceforge.net
BusyBox – http://www.busybox.net
Dropbear SSH – http://matt.ucc.asn.au/dropbear/dropbear.html
Host AP Driver – http://hostap.epitest.fi
Iptables – http://www.netfilter.org
Linux 2.6.3 – http://www.kernel.org
uClibc – http://www.uclibc.org
Network: Prism 2/2.5/3 based chipset
1. Create the bootfloppy using rawrite
2. Edit the cqureap.conf in the root of the floppy
3. Boot the AP
2.0.0 -> 2.0.1 Fixed ramdisk size bug
2.0.1 -> 2.1.0 Added support for 802.1X,
Added PCI version of hostap driver
2.1.0 -> 2.5.0 Updated all packages + kernel to 2.6.3
Added a SSH server
The Makefile in the source version of the AP is somewhat out of date and some packages need to be built manually.
cqure AP is released under the GPL Version 2 License. Tools included in cqure AP are released under their respective
Q. How do I login to the accesspoint?
A. Login using the root account with “cqureap” as password.
(Without the quotes)
comments/suggestions -> firstname.lastname@example.org
CqureAP was developed by Patrik Karlsson.