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HotSpot profile used for common settings of the HotSpot server, which are applied for all users connected to HotSpot server. Profile allows to specify HotSpot server login options, whether to use RADIUS server for clients and much more.
  
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* '''name''' (text) :  HotSpot profile name or identifier
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* '''dns-name''' (text) : DNS name of the HotSpot server, it appears as the location of the login page in the web browser. Fully qualified domain name is required, like www.myhotspot.com not www.hotspot
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* '''hotspot-address''' (IP address; default: ''0.0.0.0'') : IP address for the HotSpot server ?!
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* '''html-directory''' (text; default: ''hotspot'') : HotSpot HTML pages are stored in the particular directory, for example login page, status page, etc. 
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To change HotSpot login page, connect to the router with FTP and download ''hotspot'' folder contents. Basic HTML skills required to change HotSpot login page.
  
* '''name''' (Text)
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ext; default: "") - name of the directory (accessible with FTP), which stores the HTML servlet pages (when changed, the default pages are automatically copied into specified directory if it does not exist already)
* '''dns-name''' (comma separated list of IP prefixes) : 
 
* '''hotspot-address''' (IP prefix)
 
* '''html-directory''' (Name of interface, or ''all'')
 
 
* '''http-cookie-lifetime''' (Name of , or ''none'') :   
 
* '''http-cookie-lifetime''' (Name of , or ''none'') :   
 
* '''http-proxy''' (Comma separated list of) :   
 
* '''http-proxy''' (Comma separated list of) :   
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* '''trial-uptime''' () :   
 
* '''trial-uptime''' () :   
 
* '''trial-user-profile''' () :   
 
* '''trial-user-profile''' () :   
* '''use-radius''' () :
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==ip hotspot user==
 
==ip hotspot user==

Revision as of 16:33, 1 October 2008

HotSpot

The MikroTik HotSpot Gateway provides authentication for clients before access to public networks .

HotSpot Gateway features:

  • different authentication methods of clients using local client database on the router, or remote RADIUS server;
  • users accounting in local database on the router, or on remote RADIUS server;
  • walled-garden system, access to some web pages without authorization;
  • login page modification, where you can put information about the company;
  • automatic and transparent change any IP address of a client to a valid address;


ip hotspot setup

The simplest way to setup HotSpot server on a router, by

/ip hotspot setup 

Router will ask you the questions, when successfully finished default configuration will be added for HotSpot server. Once your run setup command, you will be asked for the particular questions,

  • hotspot interface (name of the interface) : interface name to run HotSpot on. To run HotSpot on bridge interface, make sure public interfaces are not included to the bridge
  • local address of network (IP address; default: 10.5.50.1/24) : HotSpot gateway address
  • masquerade network (yes / no; default: yes) : Whether to masquerade HotSpot network, when yes rule is added to /ip firewall nat with action=masquerade
  • address pool of network (name) : Address pool for HotSpot network, which is used to change user IP address to a valid address. Useful for providing network access to mobile clients that are not willing to change their networking settings
  • select certificate (none / import-other-certificate) : choose SSL certificate, when HTTPS authorization method is required
  • ip address of smtp server (IP address; default: 0.0.0.0) : IP address of the SMTP server, where to redirect HotSpot's network SMTP requests (25 TCP port)
  • dns servers (IP address) : DNS server addresses used for HotSpot clients, configuration taken from /ip dns menu of the HotSpot gateway
  • dns name (name; default: blank) : domain name of the HotSpot server, full quality domain name is required, for example www.example.com
  • name of local hotspot user (name; default: admin) : username of one automatically created HotSpot user, added to /ip hotspot user
  • password for the user (name) : password for automatically created HotSpot user

ip hotspot

Menu is designed to manage HotSpot servers of the router. It is possible to run HotSpot on Ethernet, wireless, VLAN and bridge interfaces. One HotSpot server is allowed per interface. When HotSpot is configured on bridge interface, set HotSpot interface as bridge interface not as bridge port, do not add public interfaces to bridge ports. You can add HotSpot servers manually to /ip hotspot menu, but it is advised to run /ip hotspot setup, that adds all necessary settings.

  • name (text) : HotSpot server's name or identifier
  • address-pool (name / none; default: none) : address space used to change HotSpot client any IP address to a valid address. Useful for providing public network access to mobile clients that are not willing to change their networking settings
  • idle-timeout (time / none; default: 5m) : period of inactivity for unauthorized clients. When there is no traffic from this client (literally client computer should be switched off), once the timeout is reached, user is dropped from the HotSpot host list, its used address becomes available
  • interface (name of interface) : interface to run HotSpot on
  • addresses-per-mac (integer / unlimited; default: 2) : number of IP addresses allowed to be bind with the MAC address, when multiple HotSpot clients connected with one MAC-address
  • profile (name; default: default) - HotSpot server default HotSpot profile, which is located in /ip hotspot profile

ip hotspot profile

HotSpot profile used for common settings of the HotSpot server, which are applied for all users connected to HotSpot server. Profile allows to specify HotSpot server login options, whether to use RADIUS server for clients and much more.

  • name (text) : HotSpot profile name or identifier
  • dns-name (text) : DNS name of the HotSpot server, it appears as the location of the login page in the web browser. Fully qualified domain name is required, like www.myhotspot.com not www.hotspot
  • hotspot-address (IP address; default: 0.0.0.0) : IP address for the HotSpot server ?!
  • html-directory (text; default: hotspot) : HotSpot HTML pages are stored in the particular directory, for example login page, status page, etc.

To change HotSpot login page, connect to the router with FTP and download hotspot folder contents. Basic HTML skills required to change HotSpot login page.

ext; default: "") - name of the directory (accessible with FTP), which stores the HTML servlet pages (when changed, the default pages are automatically copied into specified directory if it does not exist already)

  • http-cookie-lifetime (Name of , or none) :
  • http-proxy (Comma separated list of) :
  • login-by (One of both, upload, download or none) :
  • mac-auth-password (1..8) :
  • nas-port-time (SOMETHING/SOMETHING) :
  • radius-accounting (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • radius-default-domain (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • radius-interim-update (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • radius-location-name (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • smtp-server (TIME/TIME) :
  • split-user-domain () :
  • ssl-certificate () :
  • trial-uptime () :
  • trial-user-profile () :
  • use-radius () :

ip hotspot user

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  • name (Text) :
  • address (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • comment (IP prefix) :
  • email (Name of interface, or all) :
  • limit-bytes-in (Name of , or none) :
  • limit-bytes-out (Comma separated list of) :
  • limit-bytes-total (One of both, upload, download or none) :
  • limit-uptime (1..8) :
  • mac-address (SOMETHING/SOMETHING) :
  • password (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • profile (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • routes (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • server (NUMBER/NUMBER) :

ip hotspot user profile

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  • name (Text) :
  • address-pool (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • advertise (IP prefix) :
  • advertise-interval (Name of interface, or all) :
  • advertise-timeout (Name of , or none) :
  • advertise-url (Comma separated list of) :
  • idle-timeout (One of both, upload, download or none) :
  • incoming-filter (1..8) :
  • incoming-packet-mark (SOMETHING/SOMETHING) :
  • keepalive-timeout (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • on-login (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • on-logout (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • open-status-page (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • outgoing-filter (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • outgoing-packet-mark (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • rate-limit (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • session-timeout (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • shared-users (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • status-auto-refresh (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • transparent-proxy (NUMBER/NUMBER) :


ip hotspot active

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  • address (Text) :
  • blocked (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • bytes-in (IP prefix) :
  • bytes-out (Name of interface, or all) :
  • domain (Name of , or none) :
  • idle-time (Comma separated list of) :
  • idle-timeout (One of both, upload, download or none) :
  • keepalive-timeout (1..8) :
  • incoming-packet-mark (SOMETHING/SOMETHING) :
  • keepalive-timeout (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • limit-bytes-in (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • limit-bytes-out (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • limit-bytes-total (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • login-by (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • mac-address (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • packets-in (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • packets-out (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • radius (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • server (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • session-time-left (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • uptime (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • user (NUMBER/NUMBER) :


ip hotspot host

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  • address (Text) :
  • authorized (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • bridge-port (Comma separated list of) :
  • bytes-in (IP prefix) :
  • bytes-out (Name of interface, or all) :
  • found-by (Name of , or none) :
  • host-dead-time (Comma separated list of) :
  • idle-time (One of both, upload, download or none) :
  • idle-timeout (1..8) :
  • keeaplive-timeout (SOMETHING/SOMETHING) :
  • keepalive-timeout (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • mac-address (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • packet-in (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • packet-out (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • login-by (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • mac-address (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • packets-in (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • packets-out (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • server (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • static (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • to-address (NUMBER/NUMBER) :
  • uptime (NUMBER/NUMBER) :

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ip hotspot ip-binding

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  • address (Text) :
  • mac-address (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • server (IP prefix) :
  • to-address (Name of interface, or all) :
  • type (Name of , or none) :


ip hotspot walled-garden

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  • action (Text) :
  • dst-host (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • dst-port (IP prefix) :
  • method (Name of interface, or all) :
  • path (Name of , or none) :
  • server (Name of , or none) :
  • src-address (Name of , or none) :

action copy-from dst-address dst-port protocol src-address comment disabled dst-host place-before server


ip hotspot walled-garden ip

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  • action (Text) :
  • dst-address (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • dst-host (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • dst-port (IP prefix) :
  • protocol (Name of interface, or all) :
  • server (Name of , or none) :
  • src-address (Name of , or none) :


ip hotspot cookie

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  • domain (Text) :
  • expires-in (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • mac-address (comma separated list of IP prefixes) :
  • user (IP prefix) :