We are providing internet access through a Guest portal. The portal is provided by the ISE through webauth and the user is created through the ISE Sponsor Portal.
When an account is created and the enduser logs in to it, I would like for the ISE to cache the credentials for that user for a period of time; at least 1 or more days before it prompts them to log back in again. Right now, if a user disconnects for a short period and then goes to reconnet, it prompts for the username/password again.
Thanks for the quick reply Charles. I am reading through the details of it now.
It looks like DRW basically registers the MAC of a connecting device in an identity store and then allows that device to connect. Does it still match the MAC to a guest user so that we can set time profiles against it and does it expire like the guest accounts do?
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