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Contributor I

Self-Registration [Log In] username only

Hi Folks,

 

I would like to create a Self-Register Captive Portal, but I need only the username in the Log In page for the access. I attached 2 screen because I found the option in the pre 6.7 version, but I didn't find in 6.7...

Any idea regarding this ?

 

Thanks,
Balazs

Re: Self-Registration [Log In] username only

Do you want to do a self-registration page or web login page?

 

The self-registration page can match a local account because when you register it creates the account in the guest database. If you want to use a web login page, then you have the option to only use username for authentication.

guest-username-only-login.png

 


Michael Haring
ACMP, ACCP, BCNE, CCENT, Palo Alto ACE 7.0

Re: Self-Registration [Log In] username only

If you wanted to go with registration route, you could redirect after registration to a web-login page, instead of  the default login that gets created, and have the options selected in the image above for login.


Michael Haring
ACMP, ACCP, BCNE, CCENT, Palo Alto ACE 7.0
Contributor I

Re: Self-Registration [Log In] username only

I would like to use the Self-register route on my Captive Portal. When the clients complete the first self-reg, and come back tomorrow. They have an account so I don't want to register again them. But I would like to sign in them only with their username without password.

 

Thanks,
Balazs

Re: Self-Registration [Log In] username only

Sure, so I would build a web login page with that option and on your initial landing page, which can be the self registration, put an HTML link at the bottom where they can go to that went login and use only their username.

The other option is using MAC caching, and they never have to login as long as their initial account is valid. You can post the user account back so it shows in the user table and access tracker logs.

Michael Haring
ACMP, ACCP, BCNE, CCENT, Palo Alto ACE 7.0
Contributor I

Re: Self-Registration [Log In] username only

Thanks, I built a Web Login Page for the simple username authentication and built a Self-Reg Portal and linked it to the Web Login Page: "Need an account Click here". So it works great.

Thanks,
Balazs
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