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By default, iOS and macOS automatically.
Oct 9, 2019 · For some reason the Captive Portal Assistant (the app that produces the captive portal popup window whenever you connect to a WiFi hotspot) won't start automatically. .
So how do we go about ensuring that our app has true Internet connectivity? As it turns out iOS already has a solution to this problem. . Certain versions of Safari on iOS do not properly handle the login form for the Captive Portal page.
Tap the More Info button next to the network name.
When an iPhone is isolated, it may not be redirected by FortiNAC to the captive portal if there is a cellular data connection. A captive portal is a web page that the user of a public network has to view and interact with. Once you interact with the captive portal you can access the Internet.
. If that android phone disconnects the network and re connect, it will never asked to login to Captive Portal, as a result users are unable to surf the web.
Try it out with iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur.
You’ve seen this. .
In the Wi-Fi router you might try to "whitelist" your device by IP (DHCP reservation) or by MAC address, to not include the captive portal restriction. . Sep 25, 2018 · Captive Portal is setup but the redirect page is not being returned when browsing.
User Agent: CaptiveNetworkSupport. 1, earlier in 15. This behavior can occur when the iPhone feature 'Wi-Fi Assist' activates and automatically switches the phone to cellular data instead of Wi-Fi. iPhone 12, iOS 16 Posted on May 22, 2023 2:32 AM Reply Me too Me too Me too Me too. fc-falcon">Opening a browser doesn't kick off a redirect either. .
And if your company deploys captive network portals, contact your router vendor to make sure they’re ready to deploy the latest.
This happens due to the way VPNs and captive portals work. Aug 15, 2019 · When an iPhone is isolated, it may not be redirected by FortiNAC to the captive portal if there is a cellular data connection.
If you’re using a VPN while trying to connect to Xfinity WiFi hotspots, it might not work.
If you manually type in a http-adress it gets redirected to the portal.
If MAC caching is properly deployed, which seems the case if the end-user just needs to hit the network and it will connect (and bypass the captive portal), I think you can ignore the certificate if this is a PSK network.
There are two workarounds: option 1: Either you can manually start the Captive Portal Assistant app manually after you have connected to the WiFi network.