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WCS 7.0 - client disclaimer page

Is there a way to configure a disclaimer that will pop up on the client machine that they will need to accept to be allowed access to the wireless network?

Thanks,


Chris Kaufman          

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WCS 7.0 - client disclaimer page

Yes there is.  The feature is called WebAuth. and is usually configured for a guest network.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk722/tk809/technologies_configuration_example09186a008067489f.shtml

HTH,
Steve

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WCS 7.0 - client disclaimer page

As Steve mentioned, this is only available with WebAuth so whenever your users connect and open a browser they will be redirected to a page (that you configure) and they see the disclaimer that you write. They have to press an "OK" or "Agree" button so they log into the network.

Note that this is only available with web-auth that is using open authentication. If you want to use Layer 2 authentication with key management then this is not available.

HTH

Amjad

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Re: WCS 7.0 - client disclaimer page

If you do "onboarding" with Cisco ISE you can make a disclamer before the device is registred and allowed in to the network.

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