Users are any person with access to your Network. This typically includes your internal staff, any external visitors, such as contractors or guests and vouchers. In some cases, individual devices might be recognized as users (MAC address authentication etc).
What are Access Points (AP)?
Access Points are any devices broadcasting a wireless signal. This typically includes wireless routers and any lightweight and stand-alone access points.
Is this captive portal an ISP or a WISP?
No. We provide software system and related services to give you the ability to share your Internet connections. But we are not an ISP or a WISP, which means that you do not gain any Internet connection from us.
How to create a Wi-Fi Hotspot?
It is very easy to be a HotSpot Service.
Step 1: Register as a our website user and create a HotSpot in Web Control Panel.
Step 2: Download and install Openwrt firmware and configure HotSpot.
What is a Voucher Code?
A Voucher Code is a authentication code, which can be set by the administrator of a hotspot. Each Voucher Code can be set to be used once only. It also can be specified using duration (in minutes or Data usage), end time, and expiration date. If the administrator of a hotspot set Authentication Method as Voucher Code, the Voucher Code will be prompt on the Authentication Page. The user can pass the authentication only if he/she enters a valid Voucher Code.
What is ADS Injection?
With this, users may see ADs set by the hotspot’s owner while surfing on the Internet with a web browser after being authenticated.
AD’s position, displayed size, re-show timing, and even matched keywords of URL ,page title, and browser’s User Agent can be set.
The captive portal is the web page the user sees before accessing a public Wi-Fi network. It is also known as splash page, login page, splash portal and landing page.
A captive portal can also be used to provide access to enterprise or residential wired networks, such as apartment houses, hotel rooms, and business centers.
Most captive portal is wifi system works in routers.