@Cazi, wow, I didn`t know they had this for only $149 and no license was needed, and I`m a customer!. It`s a great prize. I have two 16s and a 12 with the cloud controller, multiple SSIDs, guest splash side, etc. and the technology is pretty awesome. If you`re connecting to a public Wi-Fi network and you don`t see the generic “Click here to connect” page, open a browser (in incognito/private mode seems to help) and go to routerlogin.net. This is usually the page you use to access the home router, but in 95% of the time I have the experience that it automatically directs to the annoying connection side of Starbucks, library, Panera, etc. if you don`t let it appear yourself. Or, if you`re trying to connect to a company`s public Wi-Fi network – perhaps Gogo Internet on a flight or your mobile carrier`s Wi-Fi network in a shopping mall – try opening that company`s website. In most public Wi-Fi networks, you can browse their corporate website without logging in, and they often have a link to their Wi-Fi signup page. For example, on a Delta flight, I opened delta.com and was able to view travel information and finally load the Wi-Fi registration page. There are a number of software programs (free and free) that can do this. One of the most popular I know is Wifidog: dev.wifidog.org/ The problem could be that your browser cache is still trying to use the DNA information it knows to access websites instead of loading the Wi-Fi login page.
And sometimes you can get it out of this loop by visiting something new. You might be able to use the Captive portal (which is part of the untangling software) and place it between your firewall and your Wi-Fi router. The captive portal is presented to the customer and stored either at the gateway or on a web server hosting the website. Depending on the functionality of the gateway, websites or TCP ports can be whitelisted, so the user does not need to interact with the Captive portal to use them. The MAC address of connected clients can also be used to bypass the connection process of certain devices. When a client requests a WWW resource, LNS is accessed by the browser. In a captive portal, the firewall ensures that only dns servers provided by the dhcp of the network can be used by unauthorized clients (or, alternatively, it passes all DNS requirements of unauthorized clients to that DNS server). This DNS server returns the IP address of the captive portal page as a result of all DNS looks.
Just buy a Meraki access point, these are the best public WiFi-APs. Cloud-based management and statistics. No recurring fees for Pro/Hotzone licensed PDOs. And you can create a custom Splash page with your consent for customers to click. Still not connected? It`s time to force your browser to open the login page. I had this problem. My DNS server configuration has been removed. Specify that the router is used for DNS.
It turned out that the agreement was not an IP, but that it had been terminated by LNS, which made it inoperative. It is an accepted agreement. Reset the DNS server settings afterwards, and everything worked. If there`s another trick you should remember, it`s this one – the trick that usually brings login pages to load: there`s a good chance you`ll need these tips if you`re offline and can`t connect to the internet – which means you can`t reopen this site and update your memory, how to connect your Wi-Fi. Some of these implementations simply require users to pass a TLS or SSL encrypted login page, which allows their IP and MAC addresses to pass the gateway. This proved to be exploitable with a simple packet sniffer. Once the IP and MAC addresses of other connected computers are authenticated, each computer can simulate the MAC address and Internet Protocol (IP) address of the authenticated target and get a route through the gateway. . . .