OpenWiFi Configuration

The following instructions outline the required parameters to configure a OpenWiFi captive services profile to the Marketing 4 WiFi platform.

This guide assumes that your OpenWiFi Guest WiFi SSID is already operational and on a live network with adopted Access Points. Please make sure any firewall rules, web content filters, and other security measures have been configured to interface with the platform.

You can confirm your environment under Operator Customizations.

  1. You must add captive as a service for your desired SSID before the configuration parameters below will take affect.
  2. The captive service configuration must contain the following parameters.
    • acct-port: 1813
    • acct-secret: Use the RADIUS Secret of the correct hotspot in the in the Marketing4WiFi dashboard.
    • acct-server:
      US-A acct servers
      "52.23.46.139","52.207.192.243"
      US-B acct servers
      "3.132.31.3","3.18.137.68"
    • auth-mode: uam
    • auth-port: 1812
    • auth-secret: Use the RADIUS Secret of the correct hotspot in the in the Marketing 4 WiFi dashboard.
    • auth-server:
      US-A auth servers
      52.23.46.139","52.207.192.243
      US-B auth servers
      "3.132.31.3","3.18.137.68"
    • final-redirect-url: uam
    • mac-format: AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF
    • nasid: Use the SWS/Hotspot/NAS-ID of the correct hotspot in the Marketing 4 WiFi dashboard.
    • uam-port: 3990
    • uam-secret: hotspot
    • uam-server:
      US-A UAM Server
      https://splash.4wifi.net/hotspotlogin.php
      US-B UAM Server
      https://splash.4wifi-e2.net/hotspotlogin.php

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

    • walled-garden-fqdn: Add the default wildcard walled garden entries for the platform.

      If you have your own branded splash hostname you must enter it’s domain to the walled-graden-fqdn list.

JSON Example

You can generate an captive services JSON example configured to your desired hotspot from the dashboard by clicking View on the Edit Gateway page of a corresponding OpenWIFi gateway.

Updated on January 2, 2023

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