Hello, I am trying to configure FAC as external captive portal for
FortiGate. Things works fine.However, I need to bypass MAC addresses
from the captive portal. I did enable MAC filtering on the SSID on
Fortigate and choseFAC as usergroup. On FAC I d...
Dears,As per my understanding to who external captive portal works in
Fortigate: there are certain http parameters that are communicated in
the process flow "like the magic parameter and post-to parameter). I am
asking about how this process would af...
Hello,I need to acheive the below scenario using Fortiauthenticator.
SSID with self registeration captive portal, user register their
devices.After device registeration, users should not login using their
credentials, they should be automatically aut...
Hello Friends.I have followed the exact steps described in the below
KB.The user is successfully authenticated to the SSID and is viewed on
the Fortigate as a firewall user (#dia firewall auth list)I can see from
packet capture that FG is sending the...
Hello Fortinet fellows, I am testing portal services on FAC vm.On
Fortigate I configured SSID with external captive portal using the
following captive portal URL:http://172.16.14.9/portal/where 172.16.14.9
is FAC IP.172.16.14.9 is also configured as ...
Hello Pminarik,I have verified the access-accept response is reaching
Fortigate.The group attribute is also sent, however, in MAC filtering on
Fortigate side there is no option to add a specific group, you are just
allowed to choose a radius server. ...
Hello Emirjon,Thanks for pointing to the workflows. I can see that the
URL redirection has post=xxx in case of Fortigate and switch_url=xxx in
case of cisco WLC.In a previous forum post, I had learned in a previous
forum post that FAC matches the IP/...
Hi Graham, I agree with you about the CoA. However, I am not hoping for
any CoA at this point. I just need to see the access accept packet being
returned to Fortigate upon unAuthrized MACs. Please take into
consieration that when I manually added on ...
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