Guest access via dial-in service


Hi All,

Has anyone an idea how we can setup a wireless guest access network with the following services:

https://outlook.office365.com/owa/service.svc/s/GetFileAttachment?id=AAMkAGJjYTBhOTlkLTY5NGItNDkyYS04ZGRkLWYxMmI1YjhhNWM0NgBGAAAAAAADnhBspLk9Sr8%2F1k3yJLTXBwDJw%2FLNf1FOQYP9Y4WOuACjAAAAAAENAADJw%2FLNf1FOQYP9Y4WOuACjAAA%2FAryJAAABEgAQAB1cpv1ZZ4tEvsuY8285R%2Bg%3D&X-OWA-CANARY=dxLMxOikIE2Pz-CPJ93reAFwxo_HMNEICup8z9mUOtJsbmLvmY9W17mSRZZxMH4VQEXXQFzdDvA.

Regards,

Niels
Extreme Networks.

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OOPS sorry, half of the text disappears.
So i'm looking for a guest solution like:

Providing a method to let customer guests benefit of BYOD access in such a way that a guest caller calls a dedicated internal dial number where after an announcement message, the caler is vocally provided with a WiFi access code for his own device.

Does someone knows such a system and is it working with our wiFi?

Regards,

Niels
Niels Boesten wrote:

OOPS sorry, half of the text disappears.
So i'm looking for a guest solution like:

Providing a method to let customer guests benefit of BYOD access in such a way that a guest caller calls a dedicated internal dial number where after an announcement message, the caler is vocally provided with a WiFi access code for his own device.

Does someone knows such a system and is it working with our wiFi?

Regards,

Niels

NAC/MobileIAM can provide the login details over SMS, but I don't know of a way you could do it over voice. The SMS feature works by sending an email, so perhaps you could hook into that.

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