Internet should block until passed to click-through splash page

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Skackar
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Internet should block until passed to click-through splash page

Hello,

 I have configured the AP (MR20) & integrating the click-through splash page. So, i want that user should not be able to access the internet until he passed through the click-through splash page. 

Currently user can able to access the internet without passing & sharing his/her custom details via  click-through splash page.

 

Users redirecting to my splash page but also able to access the internet from browser in the same time without passing the click-through splash page.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks

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HodyCrouch
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Take a look at Wireless > Access Control (and make sure your guest SSID is selected at the top).

 

Locate the "Captive Portal Strength" setting.  If you "Allow non-HTTP traffic prior to sign-on", users will be able to access the internet for most purposes without going through your captive portal page.

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HodyCrouch
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Take a look at Wireless > Access Control (and make sure your guest SSID is selected at the top).

 

Locate the "Captive Portal Strength" setting.  If you "Allow non-HTTP traffic prior to sign-on", users will be able to access the internet for most purposes without going through your captive portal page.

Thanks for your valuable response but i already tried this. This was working on the 1st phase, i.e.; being redirected to my click-through splash page & user won't able to access the internet from browser directly. But once users redirected to my custom click-through page & clicked to the button it won't allow to access the internet after being authorized to it.

 

Don't know what i am missing in the configuration.

MarcP
Kind of a big deal

what about walled garden? enabled?

GIdenJoe
Kind of a big deal
Kind of a big deal

Probably buggy behavior but before making a case with Meraki.
Check if those users are already authorized.
Under wireless-> splash logins you should see the status of that user.
Login attempts also shows some info.

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