Linksys Router Captive Portal Login

Was ist ein Captive Portal? – Linksys

Ein Captive Portal präsentiert dem Benutzer die Nutzungsbedingungen, die er akzeptieren muss, bevor er auf den WLAN-Hotspot Ihres Unternehmens zugreift. In manchen Fällen kann das Captive Portal ein Passwort erfordern (das Sie Ihren verifizierten Kunden zum Beispiel auf ihrer Kaffeequittung geben können). Maßnahmen wie diese befreien Sie von der Haftung bei einem illegalen oder anderen …

https://www.linksys.com/at/r/resource-center/captive-portal/

What is a Captive Portal? – Linksys

You’ve probably encountered a captive portal plenty of times without knowing it—it’s the customized login page that businesses require users to pass through before connecting to the Wi-Fi network. Airports, coffee shops, and hotels are the most popular places to find them, but any type of business can benefit from using a captive portal. It’s an elegant solution for both heightened …

https://www.linksys.com/us/r/resource-center/captive-portal/

Linksys Official Support – Configuring Captive Portal on …

The Captive Portal (CP) feature in the Linksys LAPAC1750PRO AC1750 Pro Dual-Band Access Point allows you to block wireless clients from accessing the network until user verification has been established. You can configure CP verification to allow access for both guest and authenticated users. It also supports both IPv4 and IPv6 clients. IMPORTANT: This article is about Captive Portal …

https://www.linksys.com/ca/support-article?articleNum=159676

Linksys Smart Wi-Fi

Included with your Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router, create a Linksys Smart Wi-Fi account to access your home network from anywhere, at any time. Includes easy guest access, parental controls, and apps that make home networking easier and fun.

https://linksysremotemanagement.com/ui/1.0.1.1676/dynamic/login.html

Linksys Official Support – Configuring the Captive Portal …

This article will show you how to configure the Captive Portal feature of the Linksys LAPN300 or LAPN600.. Follow the instructions below to learn more. NOTE: Captive Portal is a new feature of the Linksys LAPN300 or LAPN600 that comes with the firmware version 1.0.14.001 or above.. If your access point doesn’t have the firmware, download the file by clicking here for LAPN300.

https://www.linksys.com/us/support-article?articleNum=205567

Linksys EA6900 Router has Captive Portal capabilit …

We are using Linksys EA6900 Router in our company. Linksys Smart Wi-Fi allows guest access with password thru browser.We are willing to forward guest users to our website.I couldn’t find any settings for captive portal.Is it possible to do forwarding using Linksys EA6900 or should I upgrade to another model.

https://community.linksys.com/t5/Access-Points/Linksys-EA6900-Router-has-Captive-Portal-capability/td-p/1216852

Re: Captive Portal with WRT150N? – Linksys Community

Thanks for the input. Well, I had made a mistake and was using the WAN port on the router. I changed things and use the router as a switch and DHCP began to work instantly. So this solved the first problem. Now I believe the routing is working and DHCP is assigning addresses properly, but I cannot r…

https://community.linksys.com/t5/Wireless-Routers/Captive-Portal-with-WRT150N/m-p/57829/highlight/true

WRT1900ACS custom login page for guest wifi access – Linksys

I really like the default Linksys firmware for the level of use I need. The only feature I continue like to see changed is with the Guest wifi. I would think and hope that Linksys would update their firmware to include the option to change destination of captive portal so we can point to our own domain address and custom splash page to login. I …

https://community.linksys.com/t5/Wireless-Routers/WRT1900ACS-custom-login-page-for-guest-wifi-access/td-p/991916

Enable a Captive Portal on your Cisco Wireless Network

Captive Portal can be setup via the device GUI, for fast and basic setup customer can use the setup wizard to enable the feature, please see steps below: Using the Setup Wizard. Run the setup wizard from the main dashboard of the device GUI. Follow the wizard screens. Enable Guest access (Captive Portal). Give your guest network a name, for example “My Company- Guest”. Select a security …

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/smb/wireless/cisco-small-business-300-series-wireless-access-points/smb4937-enable-a-captive-portal-on-your-cisco-wireless-network.html

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