Web Passthrough authentication

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Greeting team


If I have web based authentication with passthrough using an external web server, so in passthrough mode does the web server needs to communicate back with the WLC for client credential ?


Can someone please provide an example of a web page for passthrough where the client just click on I ACCEPT then it`s redirected to the internet



Thanks


Correct Answer by Stephen Rodriguez about 6 years 10 months ago

for passthrough it does not require any authenticaiton.  There are still some attributes that are passed back to the WLC that tell us the client has "passed".


For a example webauth page, this can be downloaded from www.cisco.com in the same area you download code for the WLC

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Stephen Rodriguez Tue, 09/14/2010 - 09:54
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for passthrough it does not require any authenticaiton.  There are still some attributes that are passed back to the WLC that tell us the client has "passed".


For a example webauth page, this can be downloaded from www.cisco.com in the same area you download code for the WLC

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