WIFI, Guests and WPA2
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WIFI, Guests and WPA2

by noib » Mon May 13, 2013 3:43 pm

Hello

I want to provide WIFI access to my guests. I want also that they use a secured (WPA2/PSK for example) SSID, and i want each of them to have a specific passphrase.
This is doable with Radius server and Mikrotik-Wireless-Psk attribute, but i got a problem: the username. It appears from the Wiki that the username must be the guest MAC Address.
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:In ... entication

From a practical point of view, it's complicated to get guests MAC addresses, so i was wondering if there was a workaround? i.e. i give Mr Foo a printed ticket with an unique passphrase like 556151656565 and he connects to the secure guest SSID with this passphrase without further manipulation for him.
Is that possible?

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Re: WIFI, Guests and WPA2

by pcunite » Tue Nov 26, 2013 9:22 pm

Any word on this?

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Re: WIFI, Guests and WPA2

by noib » Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:28 am

Nope; i finally used some workaround with a daily changing passphrase. It looks like what i described is not possible.

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Re: WIFI, Guests and WPA2

by DWJ » Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:01 pm

I am surprised you have not got thid figured out over the last 6 months.

What you want is possiable.

Go into Winbox select IP then Hotspot, under servers, do you have a hotspot service?

If not click on hotspot setup and then setup a hotspot service and either2 with a address pool and no cert.

You can check the manual under hotspot for more information and doing this in terminal

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