Configuring a Guest Splash Page Profile
The Guest app allows MSP administrators to configure Splash Page profiles for tenant accounts. If the tenant account is mapped to a group and the Guest service is enabled on the tenant account, the tenant account users inherit the splash page profiles configured in the MSP. If the group associated to a tenant account is locked for editing on the MSP mode, the tenant account users cannot edit the Splash Page profiles inherited from the MSP. The guest MSP administrator users can delete only those Splash Pages that are not linked to any tenant account.
This topic describes the following procedures:
- Adding a Guest Splash Page Profile
- Customizing a Splash Page Design
- Previewing and Modifying a Splash Page Profile
- Localizing a Guest Portal
- Associating a Splash Page Profile to an SSID
Meta will terminate Facebook Wi-Fi Wi-Fi is a technology that allows electronic devices to connect to a WLAN network, mainly using the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio bands. Wi-Fi can apply to products that use any 802.11 standard. service soon. With this, existing visitor deployments within Aruba Central Guest and Aruba ClearPass Guest ClearPass Guest is a configurable ClearPass application for secure visitor network access management. that use Facebook Wi-Fi will stop working. This only impacts the Facebook Wi-Fi functionality offered through Meta. Customers using Facebook authentication as a remote identity source are not affected. Customers are advised to read and complete the recommended configuration changes explained in the Aruba Central and ClearPass Policy Manager - Guest Access after Facebook Wi-Fi Service Ends support advisory at Aruba Support Portal at the earliest to ensure guest network authentication remains functional after the termination of Facebook Wi-Fi.