reliably identify a site from where guest wifi customer get connected
In guest wifi deployment in multi-site infrastructure to correctly assign charges it is needed to identify site from where customer's request came. As I can see on anchor, it is visible IP of local wireless controller from where customer came. Will such information be transferred to the provider ?
Or other solution to reliably identify a site from where customer get connected.
If you use RADIUS authentication, the provider can utilize the RADIUS attributes sent by the Foreign WLC. You can set the "Auth Called Station ID Type" (see attached image) as per your requirements that would suit your needs to identify the site. For example AP naming convention.
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