I have a new project which requires a guest environment as well as SSIDs for internal service. The client wants to utilise a 3rd party onboarding cloud based platform for the guests to be able to capture facebook etc.. however wants to retain the internal authentication for the internal services. We are proposing a Cisco Wireless Controller solution.
The cloud based onboarding platform is radius based and I know I can set the SSID AAA to point towards various Radius Servers or no Radius as the case may be. Is this the best approach? Does anyone have any pointers on a likely scenario?
We are in the design phase at the moment so looking for ideas on how to provide a Guest Wifi with minimal administration but also obtaining user basic details.
Re: Wireless Environment for Hotel - managing guests
As you already identified, there needs to be two separate WLAN for corporate users & guest users. I would assume ISE would be a part of that solution (can act as internal RADIUS) & policy enforcement point.
For geuest SSID, you can use external on boarding service.
Here is a some use case I found on cisco web, it include CMX to provide personalized wireless experience for guest as well
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