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Disclaimer Page for AiroNet 1142n

How do I have a disclaimer page appear for all users connecting to my Cisco Aironet 1142 wireless access point.  I would like for all users to then click "I accept terms and conditions" prior to be granted access to the internet.

Thanks in Advance!

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Re: Disclaimer Page for AiroNet 1142n

Hi Jeff,

If we are using the AP in Autonomous mode then there is no way to do it.. if its a controller code, then we can do it..

lemme know if this answered ur question and please dont forget to rate the usefull posts!!

Regards

Surendra

Regards
Surendra BG
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Re: Disclaimer Page for AiroNet 1142n

Hi Jeff,

If we are using the AP in Autonomous mode then there is no way to do it.. if its a controller code, then we can do it..

lemme know if this answered ur question and please dont forget to rate the usefull posts!!

Regards

Surendra

Regards
Surendra BG
Beginner

Re: Disclaimer Page for AiroNet 1142n

Thank you for the reply.  Unfortunately the AP is in Autonomous mode.  It looks like I will need to re-think how to display a disclaimer page for public wifi. If anyone has any suggestions, I would gladly welcome them.

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Re: Disclaimer Page for AiroNet 1142n

From the GUI under General Settings there is an option to "Enable IP Redirection on this SSID."

Enable IP Redirection on this SSID

When you configure IP redirection for an SSID, the access point redirects all packets sent from client devices associated to that SSID to a specific IP address. You can redirect all packets from client devices associated using an SSID or redirect only packets directed to specific TCP or UDP ports. When you configure the access point to redirect only packets addressed to specific ports, the access point redirects those packets from clients using the SSID and drops all other packets from clients using the SSID.

I would assume then that you could redirect the traffic to a web proxy or some other service.

http://www.cisco.com/web/techdoc/wireless/access_points/online_help/eag/123-08.JA/1100/h_ap_sec_ap-client-security.html

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