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Social WiFi has been tested and is proven to work on the following configurations:
Access point firmware
- 188.8.131.52 and newer
This guide assumes that the device is already configured and you know how to access it’s configuration interface. If in doubt, please consult the Quick Installation Guide: https://www.grandstream.com/hubfs/Product_Documentation/GWN7600-quick_installation_guide.pdf.
Go to Captive Portal → Policy List in the menu on the left. Click the Add button.
Use the following settings:
When finished, switch to the Auth Rule tab at the top. Now you’ll need to add the following domains in the Pre Authentication section.
Each domain needs to be added separately. For each one, click the Choose Destination dropdown and select Hostname. Use the domain as the value for the field next to the dropdown. Click the Choose Service dropdown and select Web.
You can add more entries by clicking the Add new item button.
Facebook remarketing pixel
Google remarketing tag
YouTube widget on login pages
- accounts.google.co.uk – example regional domain
- You must also add your regional domain for “accounts.google.com”, for example “accounts.google.co.uk” if you are in the UK
When finished, press Save at the bottom.
Go to SSIDs in the menu on the left. Click the Edit icon (if you already have a working WiFi network) or the Add button (if you need to create a new WiFi network).
In the Access Security section use the following settings:
At the top of the page, find a message box saying “You have X changes not applied”. Click the Apply button to save the configuration.
The setup of the controller is now finished. The last step is to add all access points to the Social WiFi platform.
Go to Access Points → Status in the menu on the left. You’ll find the list of all connected access points. One of the columns should be “MAC”. You’ll need to copy the MAC address and paste it into Social WiFi panel.
Click Create. Repeat this step for each access point.
Connect with the WiFi network. You should see a login page. Go through the login process and, once finished, you should have internet access. You should see first connections and authorisations in the Social WiFi Panel’s statistics section.