Amazingports supports several different business models and offers compliance with the the 2006/24/EC directive.
* Enterprise Guest Access
* Internet Cafe
* Free for customers
* Free + Premium model
* Daily Pass
* Community WiFi and collaborative networks
* Products are based on one or several firewall rules with limitations in time and type.
* Products have a price in a base currency, this price impacts online sales and is shown in the accounting section for administrative purposes.
* The system automatically "re-calculate" the base currency into the end-users favurite currency in runtime, using the latest exchange rates from the European Central Bank (ECB)
Rule Example: Bing rule: Allow www.bing.com port 80, 443 on mon, tue and wed between 06:00 and 21:00
Rule Example: Google rule: Allow www.google.com port 80, 443 on mon, tue and wed between 06:00 and 21:00
Product Example: Search product: Provide the Bing & Google Rule for 24 hours
* Vouches have a "secret", the length if this secret is dependent on the length of the validity, this way vouchers that will be used "instantly" only need very short "secrets".
Voucher Example: Provide the Search product a maximum of 6 times between 14 July 2010 and 20 July 2010
Monitoring and Support
* Multi layered FAQ with notification
* System monitor in Twitter or RSS with selectable events
* The central AmazingPorts system events can be followed through RSS or Twitter
Look and Feel
The end user experince is fully customisable either through the built in portal or by using a third party landing page and the AmazingPorts APIs
* Upload pictures
* Change CSS and HTML
* Customise system emails
Application Programming Interface (HTTP/XML)
* Redirection information interface
* Voucher making interface
Requirements: Pentium II, 350 Mhz, 128 MB, IDE Disks
What's new in this version: Added virualisation documentation