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Hotspot One click login / shared uptime issue

Fri Dec 11, 2020 2:31 pm

Hi guys , im trying to set a "one click login" hotspot.
According to this official article:
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:C ... lick_login
It is possible to create a single user and then reutilize it so you dont need to create a new user per every user/device.
I make it work , setting a 5 min limit at the user properties and shared-users = 200 at the user profile.
Problem is that I can login with a second user only if first user uptime limit is not reached.
If first user uptime limit is reached .. then nobody can login.
How can I solve it ? any idea ?
 
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Re: Hotspot One click login / shared uptime issue

Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:03 am

Hi guys , im trying to set a "one click login" hotspot.
According to this official article:
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:C ... lick_login
It is possible to create a single user and then reutilize it so you dont need to create a new user per every user/device.
I make it work , setting a 5 min limit at the user properties and shared-users = 200 at the user profile .
Problem is that I can login with a second user only if first user uptime limit is not reached.
If first user uptime limit is reached .. then nobody can login.
How can I solve it ? any idea ?
Hi dude, did you get any way to this? looking for similar solutions for my side, did you got the way? (present date of posting).

Regards,
saphiere
 
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Re: Hotspot One click login / shared uptime issue

Fri Jan 15, 2021 2:33 am

Hi guys , im trying to set a "one click login" hotspot.
According to this official article:
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:C ... lick_login
It is possible to create a single user and then reutilize it so you dont need to create a new user per every user/device.
I make it work , setting a 5 min limit at the user properties and shared-users = 200 at the user profile .
Problem is that I can login with a second user only if first user uptime limit is not reached.
If first user uptime limit is reached .. then nobody can login.
How can I solve it ? any idea ?
Hi dude, did you get any way to this? looking for similar solutions for my side, did you got the way? (present date of posting).

Regards,
saphiere
I got a solution , but I had to code some backend for the hotspot.
I can provide more details if you want , just send me an email at ingrogger@gmail.com.
 
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Re: Hotspot One click login / shared uptime issue

Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:17 am

Hi guys , im trying to set a "one click login" hotspot.
According to this official article:
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:C ... lick_login njmcdirects.online
It is possible to create a single user and then reutilize it so you dont need to create a new user per every user/device.
I make it work , setting a 5 min limit at the user properties and shared-users = 200 at the user profile .
Problem is that I can login with a second user only if first user uptime limit is not reached.
If first user uptime limit is reached .. then nobody can login.
How can I solve it ? any idea ?
Hi dude, did you get any way to this? looking for similar solutions for my side, did you got the way? (present date of posting).

Regards,
saphiere
I got a solution , but I had to code some backend for the hotspot.
I can provide more details if you want , just send me an email at ingrogger@gmail.com.
Hey that's good to see ya your reply, I would mail you by today that you given.

Really thankful for you.

Regards
Saphiere

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