DrayOS Hotspot Web Portal supports various authentication methods like facebook, Google. After Hotspot Web Portal clients provide their account credentials, these external servers will send API (permit) back to the router to allow Internet access.
ACS 3 can achieve it too. By setting up ACS 3 as an external portal server, we are able to:
This article will demonstrate how to set up ACS 3 as a Hotspot Portal Server.
1. On ACS 3 Dashboard,
2. Go to Hotspot Web Portal >> Profile.
3. Click Add and name the new profile
4. Click Edit at the new profile
5. On the profile setup page,
Basic Settings & Applied Interfaces
External RADIUS Server
Portal Server & Quota Policy
6. After customizing the Splash Page and the Whitelist page, click Save.
7. Apply the profile: Go to Hotspot Web Portal >> Network & Device.
8. At Network & Device page,
9. Go to Hotspot Web Portal >> Profile, click View Log
10. Status Overview is available to observe the applied process.
11. On CPE site, the hotspot profile will be set up after ACS finished provisioning.
Note: ACS 3 does apply the profile only when CPEs send inform to it. Thus if there is no ACS applied profile on the CPEs site, please go to System Maintenance >> TR-069 Setting and click Test With Inform or wait for the next periodic inform.
12. Once new clients connect to the selected interface of the router, they need to use one of the authentications to access the Internet .
13. Go to Hotspot >> Web Portal Analytics, this page will demonstrate all clients’ information.
14. For detailed information, click View Detail at Action.
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