WLC custom authentication - two authentication pages appear
I have a pair of WLC 5508s deployed on my LAN in an active-standby pair, and a WLC 2504 deployed in my DMZ as a guest Anchor.
I have configured a WLAN (guest) for webauth. The guest WLAN is anchored to the 2504 in the DMZ, and webauth is working fine. However when I uploaded a custom splash page to the anchor WLC, I started running into trouble. This is what happens:
A device associates with to the guest SSID, and gets an ip address.
The user tries to browse to a webpage, and gets redirected to the custom splash page
The user enters the username/password provided to them
At this point, the user is redirected to the internal (default) webauth splash page located on the Guest WLC
- this happens whether the username/password entered on the custom page is correct or incorrect
- If the user enters their username/password correctly a second time on the internal (default) webauth splash page, they are authenticated and can access the network.
This is how the guest WLAN is configured:
On the 5508:
L2 security = none
L3 security = Web Policy/authentication. Override global config is not enabled
On the 2504 Anchor controller:
L2 security = none
L3 security = none,
Web Policy selected - Authentication
Override global config is enabled - webauth type = customized (downloaded), login page = login.html, login failure page = none, logout page = none.
I would really appreciate any help in preventing the second (default) splash page from appearing.
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