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Occasional Contributor I
Posts: 6
Registered: ‎12-07-2016

Captive portal redirect with Internet Explorer on Clearpass 6.6.2 & IAP 6.5.0

Hi everyone.

 

Having an issue with the redirect function in IAP and Clearpass together with Internet Explorer. Have configured an Captive Portal Profile on IAP that specifiy the Clearpass server and /guest/login.php on port 80 (http). Everything is working fine on Firefox and Chrome but on Internet Explorer and Edge the redirection URL get messed up. It seems that IE instead of making a correct redirection it appends /guest/login.php_blablabla on the URL the user tried to access for example www.wow.com becomes www.wow.com/guest/login.php_blalbalbalblabla

 

I understand others have similiar issues with Internet Explorer and I am wondering if there is a solution to this problem. I would like to use port 80, http and RADIUS if possible.

 

Thanks.

 

Best regards

Petter

Occasional Contributor I
Posts: 6
Registered: ‎04-24-2016

Re: Captive portal redirect with Internet Explorer on Clearpass 6.6.2 & IAP 6.5.0

Petter,

 

I'm having the same issue and was wondering if you found a fix for this?

 

I have a bit more info to add, if you change the FQDN to the clearpass server it will show the page without an error. Using your example and the clearpass server FQDN being CPPM.DOMAIN.COM:

 

Redirect takes you to: www.wow.com/guest/login.php_blalbalbalblabla

Change it to: CPPM.DOMAIN.COM/guest/login.php_blalbalbalblabla

 

Any help would be great.

Occasional Contributor I
Posts: 6
Registered: ‎12-07-2016

Re: Captive portal redirect with Internet Explorer on Clearpass 6.6.2 & IAP 6.5.0

Hi everyone.

 

This is what helped me out:

 

  • Changed the captive portal settings on the VC:
    • Changed from IP address to FQDN
    • Use https
    • Use port 443
  • Installed a real issued *-cert on the virtual controller.
  • Installed a real issued *-cert on Clearpass.
  • On Clearpass changed the address from securelogin.arubanetworks.com to captiveportal-login.your.domain

 

Best regards,

Petter

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