Hi, I have an issue in web authentication with WISM 2 with code 7.0.220.
An user can obtain an IP address, type for example www.google.com and so he can see the the web authentication window. The user can login (I can see thet authentication status is YES in WLC) but after login process there are not redirection to www.google.com. In order to navigate users have to re-type www.google.com. Same issue with Safari (iPhone e iPad), Mozilla and Internet Explorer.
I don't have that problem in WISM 1 with code 7.0.220.
I would try using a different DNS server. You can quickly test if its a dns issue or not by doing the following --
1. clear the browser cache
2. either change the dns server info on the dhcp server or setup a new scope on the wlc (just for testing) and use a public dns server like (18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124).
3. once you do this your initial web redirect (to the login page) may break (just type in https://126.96.36.199/login.html). If after successfull login, the user does not get redirected, I would open up a TAC case. Yes do make sure you try multiple websites (it may happen that the redirect to a specific website may be failing.)
we found our configuration problem: after users get authenticated, WISM2 dropped the traffic towards 188.8.131.52.
To correct this, we modified the CPU ACL with explicit permit to and from 184.108.40.206:443 because WISM2, due to different CPU architecture, treated traffic to 220.127.116.11 as "management" traffic as soon as the user got authenticated. This does not happen with WISM1 and WLCs where we don't need to explicit permit traffic toward 18.104.22.168
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