Customized web auth page redirection to internal web page -Cisco 5508 WLC | Getting Started with Wireless | Cisco Support Community | 5956 | 12078271. Customizando a tela de Web Authentication do WLC Cisco | Bartulihe. Olá, Quantos de vocês conhecem essa tela? Tela de Web Authentication padrão. Esta é a tela de Web Authenticaon padrão, geralmente usada em redes WiFi para Guests. No próprio WLC, a máxima customização possível é esconder o logo da Cisco… Nada demais, certo? No entanto, ela ficaria bem mais atraente se fosse customizada, colocando o logo da empresa, instruções como telefone ou e-mail para solicitar as credenciais de acesso à rede Guest, etc. Tudo isso é possível e não é difícil de fazer! Neste post irei mostrar o passo-a-passo de como customizar essa tela. O primeiro passo é acessar o site Cisco e em Download Software, selecionar o modelo do WLC em questão e efetuar o download do Web Authentication Bundle, conforme exibe a figura abaixo.
Fazendo o download do Web Authentication Bundle. Download do Web Auth Bundle. Extraia os arquivos. Pasta Logout. Nesta pasta existem os arquivos: aup, failed, login, logout, yourlogo e login. O arquivo login pode ser excluído. Customizando a pasta Logout. TFTPd64. WLC Access via RADIUS (ISE) | mrn-cciew. In this post we will see how to control access to a WLC using a RADIUS server. I have used Cisco ISE (Identity Service Engine)a s RADIUS server in this post. I have created 3 user group (WLC-RW,WLC-RO & WLC-LobbyAdmin) and created 3 users (wlcrw,wlcro & user1). Each user assign for respective User Group as shown below.
Below shows the 3 users with their respective Group. Now you can create 3 different “Authorization Profiles” under “Policy->Policy Elements -> Results” section with different RADIUS attribute values. Below shows the created “WLC-Admin-RW” profile with “Service-Type” RADIUS setting to “Administrative” Here is the Authorization profile created for Read-Only user. Here is the Authorization profile created for Lobby Ambassador user. Let’s add a 5508 controller onto ISE as managed network device. You have to use same “Shared Secret” when configuring RADIUS server on WLC as well. Then I have create a simple “Authentication Policy” to use “Internal User”. Now it is ready to test. 1. Step by Step guide to build a Cisco wireless infrastructure using Cisco WLC 5500, Cisco 1142 AP and Microsoft Radius server | Blog by Raihan Al-Beruni. Pre-requisites: Microsoft Active Directory and DNS DHCP Server with new scope configured IP helper-address configured Microsoft Radius (IAS) Server 2003 or Microsoft Network Policy Server 2008 Microsoft Enterprise root CA Cisco Wireless LAN controller (WLC) 5500 Cisco AIR-LAP1142N wireless access point (AP) Separate VLAN for wireless infrastructure WLC, AP and IAS placed in same VLAN Windows 7 or Windows XP or Mac OSX/snow leopard client Assumptions: 1) AD and DNS working perfect. 2) DHCP Server IP: 10.10.9.4 New scope for Wireless Network IP range: 10.10.10.1-10.10.11.254 Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0 Gateway:10.10.10.1 Exclusion:10.10.10.1-10.10.10.10 IP:10.10.10.2 WLC subnet:255.255.255.0 Gateway:10.10.10.1 Time provider:10.10.9.5 4) IAS IP:10.10.10.3 subnet:255.255.255.0 Gateway:10.10.10.1 5) IP ranges 10.10.10.1-10.10.11.254 added in the internal networks in ISA or forefront TMG. 6)Interface 1 of WLC connected to a trunk port of Layer3 switch or core switch 6.The Option Type box appears. 10. 1.
Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide, Release 184.108.40.206 - Chapter 11 - Managing User Accounts [Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Software] Creating Guest User Accounts The controller can provide guest user access on WLANs. The first step in creating guest user accounts is to create a lobby administrator account, also known as a lobby ambassador account. Once this account has been created, a lobby ambassador can create and manage guest user accounts on the controller. The lobby ambassador has limited configuration privileges and access only to the web pages used to manage the guest accounts. The lobby ambassador can specify the amount of time that the guest user accounts remain active. The local user database is limited to a maximum of 2048 entries, which is also the default value (on the Security > AAA > General page).
Creating a Lobby Ambassador Account You can create a lobby ambassador account on the controller through either the GUI or the CLI. Using the GUI to Create a Lobby Ambassador Account To create a lobby ambassador account using the controller GUI, follow these steps: Step 1 Figure 11-1 Local Management Users Page Note. Cisco Wireless Control System Configuration Guide, Release 7.0 - Chapter 12: Using Templates [Support]
Step 4 Select the Guest LAN check box to mark the interface as wired. Step 5 Enter the net mask address of the interface. Step 6 Enter which port is currently used by the interface. Step 7 Enter a secondary port to be used by the interface when the primary port is down. When the primary port is reactivated, the Cisco 4400 Series Wireless LAN Controller transfers the interfaces back to the primary port. Customized Webauth Page Error | Towards CCIE Wireless. In this post we will learn about how to tar the webauth bundle and which software we need to use it to compress. Today I spent almost 3 hours to upload webauth bundle to WLC.
I tried to archive tar file by using these software. 1. Power Archiver 2. 7 Zip 3. Winzip But that always give me this error: I tried with both above mentioned software but that couldn’t work. It shows that’s there is something wrong with the tar file. There are some limitations with custom webauth that vary with versions and bugs. ***The .tar file size (no more than 1Mb)***The number of files in the .tar(I did not find a single document which shows the max number of files in .tar file)***The filename length of the files (should be no more than 30 characters) I have these files in my .tar: ***I was having Evaluation PicoZip software earlier and it worked for me but now it’s expired. But frankly speaking I don’t believe that any windows based software will work. From here we can download: 1. Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide, Release 220.127.116.11 - Chapter 11 - Managing User Accounts [Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Software]
Creating Guest User Accounts The controller can provide guest user access on WLANs. The first step in creating guest user accounts is to create a lobby administrator account, also known as a lobby ambassador account. Once this account has been created, a lobby ambassador can create and manage guest user accounts on the controller. The lobby ambassador has limited configuration privileges and access only to the web pages used to manage the guest accounts. The lobby ambassador can specify the amount of time that the guest user accounts remain active. After the specified time elapses, the guest user accounts expire automatically. The local user database is limited to a maximum of 2048 entries, which is also the default value (on the Security > AAA > General page).
Creating a Lobby Ambassador Account You can create a lobby ambassador account on the controller through either the GUI or the CLI. Using the GUI to Create a Lobby Ambassador Account Step 1 Figure 11-1 Local Management Users Page Note a. Firewall.cx - Cisco Networking, VPN Security, Routing, Switching, Windows 2012, Virtualization, Hyper-V, Free Cisco Lab, Linux Tutorials, CallManager, CME, Protocol Analysis, CCNA, CCNP, CCIE, Free Cisco Lab. Voice Translation Rules flashcards. Voice Translation Rules and Profiles - CCVP GWGK Quick Reference Sheets.
Translation rules and profiles | CCIE Voice notes. Cisco IOS Voice Translations Part 1: The Basics of Voice Translation Rules - Sunset Learning Institute. By Maren Mahoney, Sunset Learning Cisco Unified Communications Specialized Instructor PDF Download: Cisco IOS Voice Translations Many of my students find that reading (let alone writing) voice translation rules and profiles in Cisco IOS very confusing. And with good reason – the regular expressions used to build the rules themselves take some getting used to. Add to that the application of a set of those rules to a port, dial-peer, etc. – in a direction of a call’s flow, both inbound and outbound – for called number, calling party and redirect numbers – and that you can use rule sets to manipulate each of those numbers multiple times for a single call, and the whole voice translation process can become overwhelming.
(Aspirin anyone?) This is the first of a series of articles on Cisco IOS Voice Translations. In this part, I’ll cover how to read and write simple regular expressions to construct individual translation rules. The building blocks of voice translations in IOS are: or like: Voice Translation Rules. Voice translation rules sound complicated but really they are not, all you are doing is exchanging one or more numbers for some other numbers. You give it the numbers to look for, then tell it what to exchange the numbers it found with. Why: well to save typing, to save having to remember the numbers before you type the real number you want, lets say the that you have a phone provider that will give you cheap phone calls if you direct the number through their service, and they says put 02545 in front of all the numbers you type i.e. 0555 123555 would be 02545 0555 123555.
But getting this information to all the company's employees and making sure they remember to type it in front of the numbers they want is going to be very difficult. Now let's say that the same phone company says 'if you put 01545 in front of certain area codes we will give you a better rate discount'.