11-20-2018 08:12 AM
So we are going to be modifying Clearpass to do a mac and user auth for our enterprise network. I have the test lab setup to do everything properly at the moments. I am currently putting together the access deny page for when a enterprise computer connects to the guest network by accident or simple mistake by the users. With the community I work with if the computer doesn't scream access deny they will put in help desk tickets saying the entire guest network is down.
With this being said when they get on the guest network I want a page to be displayed saying access denied with some information. Currently the page is created and I am using a smarty configuration to display the mac of the user as such below:
Is there an easy way if I write via a post auth to the endpoint db the username to an attribute, to get the attribute to display on the guest web page?
Keep in mind the web page is set as a web page and not a web login page under clearpass guest.
Thanks in advance
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11-20-2018 09:46 AM
I am just guessing here. Does the page here help? https://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/AAA-NAC-Guest-Access-BYOD/Display-a-welcome-back-user-message-for-existing-users-on-a/ta-p/289302
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Re: Pulling Custom Attributes from Endpoint DB to Display on Guest Web Page
11-20-2018 10:08 AM
It does meet what I am looking for. 1 thing I noticed though. If I create a custom attribute in the dictionary and assign the attribute to the endpoint the system will display just a "0". I also add the dump of attributes and the end point had it assigned with details.