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Configuration for Open Mesh 5.xx or 6.xx

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.

Follow the format below to configure Open Mesh using firmware 5.xx or 6.xx

Configure SSID 1 of your network using the following settings:


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

Splash Page Authentication
Server address 1:

Server address 2:

Server Secret: Available in the Edit Hotspot page in the Marketing4WiFi dashboard, called RADIUS Secret in the dashboard.
NASID: Available in the Edit Hotspot page in the Marketing4WiFi dashboard, called SWS/Hotspot/NAS-ID

  1. Copy and Paste the Walled Garden data from the Smart WiFi Dashboard Gateway setting.

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

  2. Click ‘Save Changes’

  3. To enable up down reporting to the dashboard click Display and then view the Snippet. Select the first block of text beginning with  “<script” and ending after “</script>”.
  4. Go to the gateway you first created in the dashboard, and click edit. Paste the snippet inside the Cloudtrax Script text field and click Submit to save.
    If you paste the entire snippet instead of <script> to </script> the gateway creation will fail.



Disclaimer on hardware configuration guides in the KB:

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

CloudTrax Firmware 6.4.15

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Hardware manufacturers frequently make changes to firmware, controllers and GUI’s. The information below may be out of date or images may be different and is to be used as a general reference guide.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 February 10, 2021

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