Timed Transparent Portal



  • Hello!

    I'd like to deploy a portal on our guest network but have it be completely transparent. Guests can connect to the network seamlessly with no authentication and use the network for a 3 days before being kicked off and blacklisted. Then I'd like the blacklist to be flushed after 30 days. Of course, once a client is kicked off and blacklisted now I'd need to show a page saying get off my network.

    Is it possible to do this?

    Thanks,

    -brian



  • @bdmcgrew said in Timed Transparent Portal:

    need to show a page saying get off my network.

    Pushing pages to a browser that wasn't asking for a page, isn't invented yet.

    What about a classic portal page that allows logging, and while your at it, mention on that page that the client will get kicked after 3 days, for 30 days



  • Right, pushing pages not invented yet. I could have been a bit more clear. So after the 3 days when a guest tries to access they get a page saying their time is up and wait 30 days.

    Can this be done without showing a first portal page or is it going to be required to be captive somehow? If captive is required then is there a way I can show it only once, the first time I see that device then not show it again until after their 3 days + 30 days has expired? Basically I don't want to be intrusive to trustees/board members - it wouldn't bode well.

    Thanks,

    -b



  • @bdmcgrew said in Timed Transparent Portal:

    Basically I don't want to be intrusive to trustees/board members - it wouldn't bode well.

    Can't try it out right now, my own portals are very occupied, but I advise you to focus on these :
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  • Netgate

    Basically I don't want to be intrusive to trustees/board members

    Are they that slow they can't just enter a WPA password?



  • ... and if they can't, up to you to add their MAC on the trusted list.


 

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