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430 Points

Sun, Nov 25, 2018 3:08 AM

Ruckus guest access redirect problem

Hi all,

I am facing a problem when setup guest access with no authentification and without ssl cert installed. In URL redirect, I am using redirect to the following URL : www.google.com.

During test, guest will facing "Your connection is not private" error . Guest can not surf internet. I would like to know if I select "redirect to the url that user intend to visit ", will this solve "Your connection is not private".

Thanks.

Alan

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1.1K Points

2 years ago

First, if you want to redirect the client to a different url, then try and see what happens.
What I don't understand is what is a guest WLAN without authorization. You're describing just a plain open WLAN. Guest WLAN implies some kind of authentication, performed over a web captive portal. The user connects and their browser gets redirected to the login url. Hence the need for a second redirection after the user logs in.
If you want to have an open public WKAN, just create a simple WLAN with no password.

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2 years ago

Hi,

Thanks for your reply. I would like to setup guest access without any authorization and restrict them from access internal corporate website. With the help of restrict subnet. It work. If I am using simple wlan with no password and using l3 acl, they still can view internal computer name in their network location. That is why I need guest access with restrict subnet.

Thanks

Alan

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430 Points

2 years ago

The error show on mobile phone is HSTs error

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2 years ago

Any solution for this, thanks

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868 Points

2 years ago

You have an open WLAN with no captive portal? How do you have this configured currently? 
Follow what Victor said if that is the case.

There is no need to create a guest access, wispr portal or web autentication portal in your case. 

HSTS has to do with websites forcing any request to the site to be in HTTPS even though you typed http://www.yahoo.com, the browser will force this connection to be in HTTPS right away instead of http.

(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_Strict_Transport_Security)