12-28-2012 12:04 PM
Hi all, this is my first time posting here so first off thanks to everyone who has posted on this forum for all the great advice and collective knowledge. I couldn't have sucessfully set up my Aruba controller without some of the threads on this forum.
Now on to my new question...
Does anyone know if there's a way to intercept all traffic on my guest network and redirect it to a specific public URL?
The situation: I have a guest network being run for a very specific purpose, and want have set up a CP for login, and also Access rules that deny traffic to anything except a specific website - let's say "randomwebsite.lab". However that creates confusion for users who try to go to google, microsoft, etc. since their sites simply never load - they just time out.
Is there a way to redirect all of that traffic to "randomwebsite.lab"? I tried doing this with a NAT rule but didn't have any success... I've also experimented doing this with DNS with some success, but it's not an ideal long-term solution for me. Any suggestions welcome.
12-28-2012 12:09 PM
Did you try the rule "any any service svc-http dst-nat <ip address of website> tcp 80?"
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