Ok, this will be a long one so please bear with me.....
Cisco 4400 with 2 networks set up, one secure for internal traffic, one guest for guest access (we are a healthcare facility) both with authentication via a Cisco ACS appliance. (The guest gets it IP from DHCP running on a cheap Linksys router, this may be the issue)
The guest network is set for web-authentication so it uses certificate. My guests use a generic account to authenticate, BUT, they must accept a "non-trusted" certificate to get to the page to login then get redirected to a splash screen disclaimer, etc. Boss man hates the certificate part so tells me to turn off the web authentication and just redirect to a splash screen with the disclaimer for the guest network. I do this only to discover that the splash screen is tied int the web-authentication!
I need to do one of two things, get a recognized cert on the 4400 so users do not have to accept it (tried to generate one but it did not work through DNS, see issue above?)
Find a way to redirect to a splash page without needing the web-authentication.
Thanks for the help in advance.......