1. Configure DNS Whitelist

  2. Configure Captive Portal

  3. Configure the WLAN

  4. Enable Cloudi-Fi compliance (log storage)

Note: To apply and to make the configuration persistent after reboot, don't forget to click on "Commit and Save".


1) Configure the DNS Whitelist

Go to Services > DNS Whitelist > Add a new whitelist

Add the following FQDN and tick Match Suffix

cloudi-fi.net


2) Configure the Captive Portal

Go to Services > Captive Portals > Add a new captive portal

Basic configuration tab > Settings :

  • Name: CAP-Cloudi-Fi

  • Captive portal server mode : Internal (Self)

  • Connection mode : HTTP

  • Access type : No authentication required

  • Term and Conditions page : Ticked

  • Client Access time : should be equal to Cloudi-Fi Session Lifetime (Cloudi-Fi UI > Portals menu > Session lifetime)

  • Inactivity timeout : Equal to Cloudi-Fi Session lifetime

  • DNS Whitelist : Cloudi-Fi-Whitelist

Web page tab:

  • Web page source : Captive_Portal_Webpage_External

  • Agreement URL : Copy the Splasg page URI location form Cloudi-Fi Admin UI > Location menu

  • Welcome URL : https://login.cloudi-fi.net/success.php

  • Save


3) Configure the WLAN

Go to Configuration > Wireless > Wireless LANs > Create a new WLAN

Go to Security :

  • Enforcement : Captive Portal Enabled

  • Captive Portal Policy : CAP-Cloudi-Fi


4) Enable Compliance (option)

If you have subscribed to Cloudi-Fi compliance option, please follow this step.

Go to Configuration > Wireless > Wireless WLANs and edit your Guest WLAN

Go to Advanced:

Forward To Syslog Server :

  • Enable : Ticket

  • Host : Provided by Cloudi-Fi Support team

  • Port : 514

  • Proxy Mode : None

  • Save

Then go to Configuration > Devices > System Profile and edit the AP's profile where the Guest WiFi is enabled.

Go to Security > Application Visibility:

  • Enable DPI : Ticked

  • Enable Application Logging : Ticked

  • Application logging level : Notification

  • Save

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