Portal authentication for wireless user(HTTP + Radius Server)

Latest reply: Dec 29, 2018 06:07:35 193 4 9 0

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1. Wireless User Association, get address

2. The client initiates the authentication request through the HTTP/HTTPS protocol. When a HTTP/HTTPS message is connected to a device, the access device allows the HTTP/HTTPS message to access the portal server or a set of uncertified network resources, and the access device redirects it to the portal Server for HTTP/HTTPS messages that access other addresses. The Portal Server provides a Web page for the user to enter a user name and password for authentication, and notifies the client to send a post authentication request message to the access device.

3. The client sends the Post authentication request message encapsulated with a user name and password to the access device.

4. Interaction between the access device and the authentication server for authentication messages.

5. The access device sends the authentication answer message to the client.

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yiyi0519
Created Dec 26, 2018 00:39:29 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

if the AP and AC not have the directly link, how to get the AP online? whether we need to set the opinon43 on the DHCP server?
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SupperRobin
Created Dec 29, 2018 03:08:26 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

If the device is connected to the Portal server that only supports the HTTP or HTTPS protocol, you need to run the portal web-authen-server command on the device to enable the Portal interconnection function of the HTTP or HTTPS protocol.
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Finn92
Created Dec 29, 2018 03:14:27 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The Portal Server provides a Web page for the user to enter a user name and password for authentication, and notifies the client to send a post authentication request message to the access device.
The client sends the Post authentication request message encapsulated with a user name and password to the access device.
good artical , thanks sharing .
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Torrent
Created Dec 29, 2018 06:07:35 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The client initiates the authentication request through the HTTP/HTTPS protocol. When a HTTP/HTTPS message is connected to a device, the access device allows the HTTP/HTTPS message to access the portal server or a set of uncertified network resources, and the access device redirects it to the portal Server for HTTP/HTTPS messages that access other addresses. The Portal Server provides a Web page for the user to enter a user name and password for authentication, and notifies the client to send a post authentication request message to the access device.

thanks for sharing, we learned a lot.
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