In this post we will see how to configure Central Web Authentication (CWA).
The topology in this example is as follows.
1. Add RADIUS Authentication Server
2. Configuring WLAN
3. Configuring DNS for the virtual interface
Updated on November 5, 2019: this is actually not required.
4. Configuring ACL, Allow DNS and Radius server traffic
1. Add Network Device
2. Add Network Access User
3. Add Authorization Profile
4. Configuring Policy Sets
After the client connects to the SSID, open the browser to access any address, and the browser will redirect to the webauth page.
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