C5760 - Webauth - where do I set the hostname for the virtual IP
Web authentication is a Layer 3 security feature that causes the controller to not allow IP traffic, except DHCP-related packets/ DNS-related packets, from a particular client until that client has correctly supplied a valid username and password with an exception of traffic allowed through Pre-Auth ACL. Web authentication is the only security policy that allows the client to get an IP address before Authentication. It is a simple Authentication method without the need for a supplicant or client utility. Web authentication can be done either locally on a WLC or over a RADIUS server. Web authentication is typically used by customers who want to deploy a guest-access network.