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Captive Portal with no authentication possible?

We are trying to setup guest access in our environment to allow patrons to be able to connect and surf the web.  We don't want to require any authentication, but we want them to have to agree to our terms and conditions.  Does anyone know how I can set this up?  It seems that the captive portal wants some sort of authentication, or an email address before it lets the user move on.  I've already been told, that they do not want to ask for peoples email addresses.

Retired Employee

Re: Captive Portal with no authentication possible?

Please search for answer ID 154  under ArubaOS KB

http://support.arubanetworks.com/ArubaOSKB/tabid/111/Default.aspx

 

 

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Re: Captive Portal with no authentication possible?

You should be able to accomplish this by requiring Captive Portal with no authentication/email (easy to select using the WLAN wizard).  Then go to the Captive Portal configuration under "Management" and add your Acceptable Use Policy.  This should present the guest users with the AUP and they will need to click "Ok" before gaining access.  No email/user required.

 

Let me know if that works or if you have any issues.

 

-Mike

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