Set Up A Captive Portal For A Wifi Network - NETGEAR WAC505 User Manual

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A new browser page opens and displays the Facebook Login page.
8.
Log in to the Facebook account with which the Facebook business page is associated.
9.
From the Select a Page menu, select the Facebook business page.
10.
Select one of the following bypass mode options:
To allow customers to skip check-in, select the Skip check-in link radio button.
If you enable this option, users can either check in to the selected Facebook business page or skip
the check-in.
To require users to enter a WiFi code before they can gain WiFi access, select the Require Wi-Fi
code radio button and type a WiFi code in the field that displays.
If you enable this option, users can either check in to the selected Facebook business page or skip
the check-in by using the WiFi code.
11.
From the Session Length menu, select the period after which users are automatically logged out.
12.
To add terms of service to the Facebook check-in page, select the Terms of Service check box and
type or copy the terms of service.
13.
Click the Save Settings button.
The Facebook Wi-Fi settings are saved.
The name of the selected Facebook business page displays on the Facebook Wi-Fi configuration page,
along with the Change Page button, which lets you replace the selected Facebook business page with
another one.

Set Up a Captive Portal for a WiFi Network

Use a captive portal to welcome or instruct WiFi users and limit their sessions. You can require users to
agree to an end user license agreement (EULA) and redirect them a specific website. A captive portal is
specific to an SSID.
Manage the Basic WiFi and Radio Features
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