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Cisco WLC local net user - guest account

Hello,

We have a 2504 Cisco WLC.  I am creating Local Net Users for one of the WLANs that uses Web Auth and the Local Database.

My one question is, what does a "guest account" do differently than a non guest account besides the ability to create the lifetime of the account?  I mean, it seems both give access to the WLAN so I am failing to see the difference between the two.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Re: Cisco WLC local net user - guest account

A guest acct can only login to a webauth WLAN. A normal netuser can login to any WLAN that you allow or all. Including 802.1x if that WLAN is allowed to chek the local db

Steve

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Hi,Guest Account Net user has

Hi,

Guest Account Net user has limited access of resources, whereas normal net user has all access to resources, if you allowed..

Guest is type of temporary user , normal user is considered as a permanent and trusted user.

 

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