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MikroTik User Meeting Larnaca, Cyprus, 12th of June 2015 Hotspot using social accounts Ionas Iona About me  Company : JoinMyWifi  Position : Co-founder, Chief Technical Officer (CTO)  Product : Wifi Marketing Software  Telephone number : +357 70009434  Email : ionas@joinmywifi.com  Website : http://www.joinmywifi.com  CV : http://www.joinmywifi.com/IonasCV.pdf  Education : National Technical University of Athens (Ethniko Metsovio Polytecnhio) Electrical & Computer Engineering department BSc & MSc in Computer Science, class of 2009  MikroTik certified : MTCNA, MTCWE, MTCTCE, MTCUME  MikroTik consultant : http://www.mikrotik.com/consultants/europe/cyprus  Hotspot presentation : http://www.joinmywifi.com/HotspotMUM.pdf "I don't want yes-men around me. I want everyone to tell the truth, even if it costs them their jobs." Samuel Goldwyn JoinMyWifi – Ionas Iona Hotspot using social accounts 2 of 24 Agenda  Why use MikroTik  Hotspot concepts  Hotspot on router vs. access points  Pages on server vs. router  Security issues  Walled garden configuration  JoinMyWifi platform  Live demo Configurations tested on RouterOS v6.27 JoinMyWifi – Ionas Iona Hotspot using social accounts 3 of 24 Why use MikroTik  Features we utilize with hotspot  Layer-7 firewall with content filtering  Dynamic bandwidth allocation (using PCQ)  Prioritize traffic (QoS)  Transparent web proxy (http traffic caching)  Transparent DNS server  VLAN (multiple SSIDs)  openVPN (secure connection with server)  Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)  Value for money JoinMyWifi – Ionas Iona Hotspot using social accounts 4 of 24 Hotspot concepts (1/2)  Hotspot  Provides authentication for wired/wireless clients, via captive portal, before accessing the internet  Captive portal  A special web-page (e.g. a login web-page) or a series of web-pages that are shown to unauthenticated users, to provide means of authentication. Only authenticated users gain full access to the internet. Unauthenticated users gain access only to the internet resources that are specified in the walled garden  Walled garden  Specifies which HTTP and HTTPS resources can be accessed by unauthenticated users JoinMyWifi – Ionas Iona Hotspot using social accounts 5 of 24 Hotspot concepts (2/2)  Default MikroTik hotspot’s login web-page JoinMyWifi – Ionas Iona Hotspot using social accounts 6 of 24 Hotspot on router vs. access points (APs)  We recommend hotspot on router  Centralized management  Advanced operating system  Less hardware required (Large enterprises require many APs for wifi coverage)  No need to replace/reconfigure current infrastructure  Easier/faster deployment  Cost effective JoinMyWifi – Ionas Iona Hotspot using social accounts 7 of 24 Pages on server vs. router  We recommend pages on server. Although this approach lacks in speed, the benefits are described below  No need for massive updates on routers when new versions of the software are released  No need for router update when a client decides to change platform configuration  Almost all pages reside in one domain (avoiding cross side scripting issues)  Pages are created dynamically – Flexibility to customize pages for each user specifically  Source code is more manageable  Painless debugging  Smooth transition to global scale Joi

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