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Would like to use a single SSID to support Hotspot and Sponsored Guest

I am interested in supporting 2 groups of guests with ISE using a single SSID. This would also be using Cisco premise wireless. One type of guest would be the casual guest that is not required to enter any credentials other than suppling their email address and clicking Accept on an AUP. The other type of guest would be a contractor whose userid and password would have been provided to them ahead of time via a company sponsor. 

 

To simplify things for both guest groups we would like to use a single SSID. Is that possible? One thought is to use the HotSpot portal initially for both groups. This Hotspot portal would be modified with:

 

A) a field to enter your email address

B) button to click indicating your are a contractor.

 

If you only enter your email address and accept the AUP you are then routed to a success screen.

 

If you click on the contractor button you are redirected to the Sponsored Guest portal, enter the credentials provided by the sponsor and then are authorized normally.

 

Is something like this possible or do we need an SSID for Hotspot Guests and a second SSID for Sponsored Guests?

 

Thanks

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Yep no problem.  You create two portals.  The wireless SSID is linked to the hotspot portal.  The hotspot portal  has a button on it linking to the sponsored portal.  Reference this post on how to link one portal to another:

 

https://community.cisco.com/t5/network-access-control/linking-one-guest-portal-to-another-guest-portal/td-p/3467537 

 

 

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To add more context, attached is a drawing that might add some clarity to my request.

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Yep no problem.  You create two portals.  The wireless SSID is linked to the hotspot portal.  The hotspot portal  has a button on it linking to the sponsored portal.  Reference this post on how to link one portal to another:

 

https://community.cisco.com/t5/network-access-control/linking-one-guest-portal-to-another-guest-portal/td-p/3467537 

 

 

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Sorry i was answering the single SSID part of your question.  The hotspot portal won't be able to just ask for an email address and then AUP.  It would just be a true Hotspot showing the AUP and optional passcode.