Bypass Guest Authentification for specified URLs/Hosts

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I am searching for a way to allow unauthentificated clients in a Guest-WLAN to reach specified IPs.

E.g.: The map of the campus is directly downloadable for everyone. If the client wants more, authentification is neccessary.

In a hotspot this can be done with the "walled garden" settings.

I tried with IP based ACL, but it does not work.

Does have anybody an idea about this?

Thx

Tobias
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Tobias Brisach

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Posted 3 years ago

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You have already mentioned the best solution, HotSpot, and walled garden entries.

Guest Access is designed with inherent client isolation purpose built-in. No one
gets Network access beyond ARP/DHCP/DNS, until they are Authenticated.
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But what I think the OP is saying, isn't hotspot functionality broken in 9.8?
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Tobias Brisach

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So in the Guest-WLAN with all the nice built-in features, I do have no chance?

Why there is a ACL to be configured?



If I create a new one (e.g. LOCAL-LAN) DHCP and DNS is already preconfigured.