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Regular Contributor I
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Registered: ‎04-13-2009

Guest Captive Portal on Motorola (Zebra)

We have a customer with Motorola wireless rolled out to multiple sites. Some sites are using a controller with guest traffic tunneled back, while others are using the AP in bridge mode.

 

We are working to integrate this system with ClearPass for guest access. With aruba i am used to redirecting clients back to 'securelogin.arubanetworks.com' or the name of the certificate on the devices, and this traffic is then automatically captures by the local aruba device.

 

I am not familiar with Motorola, is there a similar functionality for this, or do i need to create a different Web Login page for each controller so that clients submit to their local device for authenticaiton?

 

The one document i found for Motorola guest and CPPM integration was for CPPM v6.1, but the Address feild in the guest login page defined in the CPPM is left blank. For testing in the lab I'm adding the IP of the one controller we are testing with but how can we expand this to multiple auth devices?

 

Thanks,

 

_ELiasz

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ACDX, ACCP, CISSP, CWNA
Regular Contributor I
Posts: 169
Registered: ‎04-13-2009

Re: Guest Captive Portal on Motorola (Zebra)

I dug throught some more Zebra documents, and found that there is an option for a 'virtual-hostname' in the Zebra Captive portal config. When i configure this it looks to redirect to the virtual hostname when i click login on the CPPM, however that Virtual hostname just comes back with not able to resolve.

 

From what i can see the virtual hostname only needs to be defined in the captive portal profile, but maybe im missing something?

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ACDX, ACCP, CISSP, CWNA
Regular Contributor I
Posts: 169
Registered: ‎04-13-2009

Re: Guest Captive Portal on Motorola (Zebra)

[ Edited ]

Just incase someone comes across this in the future, the fix was to configure the Captive Portal to be Central-Controller for tunneled APs, and on the bridged version or Motorola APs to set the captive portal to 'self'. This allowed the Virtual-Hostname to resolve to the local device for authentication to work.

 

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