You didn't say "amazan man" no, but you did seem to be suggesting that kind of scenario -
In fact you have five threads running now which all appear to be a variation on the same theme, controlling GPIO depending on presence -drifterf wrote: ↑Thu Dec 05, 2019 5:57 pmi have customers turn up in the middle of the night to deliver and need to park in our yard. it would be great if the delivery driver could drive up to our gates and then goto bluetooth settings on there phone. find our bluetooth network then connect to it. this would ask for a password which we would give the drivers earlier in the day. once connected it would trigger a gpio to open the gate.
thanks this sounds just what we need, i shall research, thank youhippy wrote: ↑Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:25 amAs long as a Pi is configured as an access point, the relevant configuration is set to direct traffic to it's local HTTP server, while iptables junks the rest, it can all be done with a few lines of Python with no need to install third-party software, software which is often intended to deliver different functionality, far more than one needs
One really wants a 'honeypot' configuration which keeps all traffic confined to the Pi, rather than a captive portal which is acting as a 'sign-in gateway' to the internet and expects to be configured for that.