Hello folks. I currently have a guest network setup using guest tunneling and an anchor controller. I have it configured for web authentication. So basically, a client associates to the SSID, obtains an DHCP IP from the guest anchor controller, and then when the browser is launched the client is redirected to 126.96.36.199 and receives the splash page where they are required to click "OK" to proceed and begin surfing the internet.
I am being told from a vendor that it's possible to use a mac-address exception method so specific clients (based on mac address) will not have to web authenticate. So basically they bypass the splash screen and can immediately begin surfing the internet.
From what I can tell it's all or nothing per SSID.
Has anyone ever heard of this and if so do you know how it is accomplished.