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WLC 2504 - French characters for guest web login page

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Apr 19th, 2012
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Good day,

I have recently installed a WLC 2504 and I have the following issue:


When I modify the text for the web login page (Under security/Web Auth/Web Auth page), if I use french caracters such as (é, è, à, etc...) in the message body, it does not show up correctly on users computers. As we're a bilingual country, I must put a bilingual text message. Are there any settings or workaround out there to rectify this?


We're on version 7.2.103.0


Thanks,


Eric

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Scott Fella Thu, 04/19/2012 - 07:17
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You might want to try to create a custom webauth page and upload that to the wlc.


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SkidCisco Thu, 04/19/2012 - 07:39
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Thanks Scott, I'll have a look at the documentation.


Right after sending this post, I tried typing the actual HTML code for the character instead and it seems to be working. I'm curious about custom webauth page, we may be able to customize it more than we thought we could do.


Cheers,


Eric

Scott Fella Thu, 04/19/2012 - 07:42
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You can download a WeAuth bundle from CCO under the controller you have.  Or you can pull the source code from that page on the WLC and work off of that.  When you have to .tar up the file, if you are using Windows, 7-zip works well.

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