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Captive portal is an additional authentication step that can used for both guests and authenticated users. Clients will see a special web page for authentication purposes before they are allowed to use the internet normally. Captive portal makes use of the web browser and turns it into an authentication device. Captive portals are specially used at many Wi-Fi hotspots to either give guest access or to charge users to get access to the internet. Captive portal is similar to wireless security but has an added advantage of customized user login page and user account setup.
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Welcome to this guide. Today you will learn how to properly set up a Cisco UC520 as a New and used device. The first section will be for a NEW UC520. NEW UC520Step 1- Start your UC520 by plugging it in. Make sure you...
I have several SPA501G phones which i'm trying to set up speed dials on. Here are the settings:Assume the IP/network config and SIP/proxy config is OK. This has been tested.The PBX is also working as other types of phones work on it, and I can see th...
I have a Cisco SPA122 calls are okay inbound and outbound but i cannot put a call on hold using the recall key. It works if i press the hookswitch twice quickly.I know this will hook flash timer but not sure where.Connected to a Mitel 3300 system(VM MiVB)