Cisco ISE provides you with the ability to host multiple guest portals in the Cisco ISE server. The Guest user portal has a default Cisco look and feel. These pages are dynamically generated to offer portal features such as change password and self registration in the Login Screen.
You can use the Multi-portal configuration to upload set of GUI pages specific to your organization to handle the Login, AUP, Change Password and Self Registration. In order to access an uploaded client portal the guest portal URL must include the name of the portal specified during the upload.
You can design and upload HTML pages to define new guest portals or replace the default guest portal. These pages must use plain HTML code and must contain form actions that point to the guest portal backend servlets. You must define separate HTML pages for login, acceptable use policy (AUP), the change-password function, and self-registration.
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The Cisco ISE Guest Service provides the following configurable default portals:
• Guest portal
• Sponsor portal
• Device registration web authentication portal
The Cisco ISE Guest Service supports customizable default portals to handle Guest User login, as well as the ability to create and manage Guest User accounts. Guest accounts are defined for specified time periods that are established at the time of creation.
The Guest User Portal is configured as the captive portal for WLC Local WebAuth. In the case of wired NAD, a URL-redirect value is returned to the NAD from Cisco ISE during an initial MAB lookup failure. The guest is ultimately presented with a login page where they can enter a username and password.
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