How does one connect to a Hotel internet service like 'room-on-line' using a wifi-router?
Usually, those services present a web-page and one has to 'accept the charges'. The system remembers the Mac-address of the client, so one cannot switch devices easily. The problem is that the router would have to connect and do the accepting, or at least have some web-proxy to allow one to do that from the notebook while the mac-address of the router is actually registered (using that devices' DHCP client). Do the small 'travel' routers have extra intelligence (proxy etc) for that? I got a Linksys WRT54GC (which is not touted as a travel router but just as a compact one) which does not seem to offer anything to support this?
Should I get a different one (I need the 4 LAN-ports on this one though, it seems most travel-routers don't have any..)
any help is appreciated M