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Occasional Contributor II
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Authentication via Browser

I want to use web based authentication i.e captive portal for my clients .But clients must have a static ip address.Also they should always ask for a login screen next when users next-time login.

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Re: Authentication via Browser

Having a static ip address is not really compatible with mobility in general.  I can understand having a static address on the wired side, but they need a static ip address on the wireless side too?

 



Colin Joseph
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Re: Authentication via Browser

Hi CJoseph,

Its seems very interesting case. Can we resolve it via Mobility ?
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Syed Murad Ali
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Re: Authentication via Browser

Yaa they too required IP addess at wireless connection.Kindly help us in resolving this issue.

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Re: Authentication via Browser

Before we go too far down the path with trying to make a captive portal work with static up addresses, can you please let us know why static ip addresses are needed on the wireless?



Colin Joseph
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Re: Authentication via Browser

We require Static IP address because in our network there are many phishing attacks/ various types of virus attack,So to identify the clients them we have confgiured static IP's for clients

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Re: Authentication via Browser

Although, You can identify the clients from MAC addresses as well.. but there must me some solution to support static IP's

How many VLAN's & IP Subnets are configured for Wireless Clients ??
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Syed Murad Ali
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Re: Authentication via Browser

There are 4 VLAN and 4 IP Subnets are configured for Wireless Clients.

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Re: Authentication via Browser

Did you already configure the captive portal?



Colin Joseph
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Re: Authentication via Browser

I have configured the captive portal,But it is not asking me for the captive portal screen.

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