How captive portal login pages improve guest WiFi experience for users It is 2021, and there are many ways to connect to the Internet. Do we still really need captive portals for guest networks? What are captive portals? These are the login pages you see before you log in to a guest network (i.e., coffee […]
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ANTlabs recently added Office 365 and LinkedIn to its ever-growing list of Social WiFi authentication methods. Aside from allowing your guests to connect via social media quickly, here is the comprehensive list of ways you and your guests can connect to WiFi when using ANTlabs gateways:
Social media – Encourage your guests to log in via Facebook, Google, Twitter, Instagram, Line, WeChat, and LinkedIn–and let them post good things about your venue
Complimentary access – invite more guests to your venue with free WiFi
User ID and password authentication (local accounts) – provide your guests, members, VIPs, and staff their WiFi user name and password
Access code authentication (local accounts) – generate and give out WiFi access codes to your guests
MAC-level authentication for non-HTTP devices – choose which devices can connect to your network
PMS authentication and Billing – conveniently connect your esteemed guests through your hotel’s property management system
Email / SMS authentication – let your guests connect to your network through email or SMS
Office 365 login – your guests and office staff can use their Office 365 account to login to your WiFi network
Auto-login – no login page for areas where you want guests to connect to your network sans access codes seamlessly
Account Printer – one-tap access code generation on a hand-held device (i.e. ANTlabs Account Printer AP 3100)
ANTlabs gateways also support credit card authentication and billing through Worldpay, Authorize.net, Payflow Pro, Payflow Link.
Recently in December, WeChat rejoined ANTlabs’ roster of social WiFi login methods after its brief hiatus.
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