Configure Cambium Networks Devices

You can confirm your environment under Operator Customizations.

Before configuring your device, please be sure that you have added the Gateway to the Smart WiFi Platform and associated it with a Hotspot.
ADD GATEWAY
ADD HOSPOT

The following instructions outline how to setup a Cambium network for the Marketing4WiFi Platform.  This guide covers details such as configuring RADIUS, walled garden entries, and captive portals.  This guide assumes that your Cambium equipment is already operational and on a live network. Please make sure any firewall rules, web content filters, and other security measures have been configured to interface with the platform.

1. Create WLAN

Click on Configuration icon in the left hand column, then click on WLAN and AP Groups

Click on New WLAN.

Give the WLAN a name and enter the SSID you would like to use.

2. AAA Server configuration

Click on AAA Servers on the left and configure with the settings below:

RADIUS Authentication Server:
Host 1: Select one

US-A Radius 1 IP

52.23.46.139

US-B Radius 1 IP

3.132.31.3


Port: 1812
Secret: Available in the Edit Hotspot page in the Marketing4WiFi dashboard, called RADIUS Secret in the dashboard.
Host 2: Select one
US-A Radius 2 IP

52.207.192.243

US-B Radius 2 IP

3.18.137.68


Port: 1812
Secret: Available in the Edit Hotspot page in the Marketing4WiFi dashboard, called RADIUS Secret in the dashboard.
Timeout: 10
Attempts: 3

RADIUS Accounting Server:
Host 1: Select one

US-A Radius 1 IP

52.23.46.139

US-B Radius 1 IP

3.132.31.3


Port: 1813
Secret: Available in the Edit Hotspot page in the Marketing4WiFi dashboard, called RADIUS Secret in the dashboard.
Host 2: Select one
US-A Radius 2 IP

52.207.192.243

US-B Radius 2 IP

3.18.137.68


Port: 1813
Secret: Available in the Edit Hotspot page in the Marketing4WiFi dashboard, called RADIUS Secret in the dashboard.
Timeout: 10
Attempts: 3
Accounting Mode: Start-Interim-Stop
Accounting Packet: Enable Accounting-On messages

Advanced Settings:
Server Pool Mode: Failover
NAS-Identifier: Available in the Edit Hotspot page in the Marketing4WiFi dashboard, called SWS/Hotspot/NAS-ID.
Dynamic VLAN: Unchecked

Click the Save button

3. Configure Splash Page

Click on Guest Access on the left and configure with the settings below:

Enable: Checked
Portal Mode:  External Hotspot
Access Policy: Radius
Redirect Mode: HTTP
External Page URL: Select one

US-A Splash URL

https://splash.4wifi.net/hotspotlogin.php

If you have your own branded splash hostname you would use https://splash.yourdomain.com/hotspotlogin.php

US-B Splash URL

https://splash.4wifi-e2.net/hotspotlogin.php

If you have your own branded splash hostname you would use https://splash.yourdomain.com/hotspotlogin.php


External Portal: Standard
Success Action: Redirect user to External URL
Redirect hostname: Leave blank
Prefix Query Strings in Redirect URL: Unchecked
Redirect URL: Select one
US-A Redirect URL

https://splash.4wifi.net/hotspotlogin.php?res=success

If you have your own branded splash hostname you would use https://splash.yourdomain.com/hotspotlogin.php?res=success

US-B Redirect URL

https://splash.4wifi-e2.net/hotspotlogin.php?res=success

If you have your own branded splash hostname you would use https://splash.yourdomain.com/hotspotlogin.php?res=success

Click the Save button

Whitelist: Please add all the Default walled garden entries.

If you’re a white label client and you have your own splash domain, be sure to include it in the walled garden.

Save the WLAN.

4. Add WLAN to AP Group

  1. Click on Configuration icon in the left hand column, then click on WLAN and AP Groups.
  2. Click the AP Groups Tab and select the AP Group you want to apply the WLAN to.
  3. Click on the Configure tab for the AP Group and select Add WLAN to pick the WLAN to add to the AP Group.

Disclaimer on hardware configuration guides in the KB:

This equipment has been integrated and tested in our labs with the Marketing4WiFi using the firmware versions below.

Active S/W Version 3.11.1-r2

LIMITED HARDWARE SUPPORT: Hardware manufacturers frequently make changes to firmware, controllers and GUI’s. The information below may be out of date or images may be different and is to be used as a general reference guide. We do offer additional limited support to help with trouble-shooting and we highly recommend that you have a hardware support agreement and/or access to a hardware support engineering representative from the manufacturer.

Updated on March 1, 2021

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