Social WiFi Captive Portal – Twitter (Video)

This video will show how to configure an API for Twitter accounts, set up a portal RADIUS service on the FortiAuthenticator, and configure the FortiGate for Captive Portal access.

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Adam Bristow

Adam Bristow

Technical Writer at Fortinet
Adam Bristow is a Technical Writer working for the FortiOS technical documentation team. He has a Honours Bachelor of Arts in English and Minor in Film Studies and a graduate certificate in Technical Writing from Algonquin College. Stay tuned for more FortiOS Cookbook videos!
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  • David

    Hi, I have a quick question. Under Admission Control on the interface –
    by restricting access control to a group will that only apply to that
    group if they’re filtered out properly in the policy list? I am testing
    Social Portal from the Authenticator and trying to integrate this with
    Meraki APs. By the time the AP sends you off to authenticate and passes
    you back the connection freaks out and hyper-refreshes. I don’t have
    captive portal enabled on the interface and I think that may be causing
    an issue. I want to enable it but limit to social_users. It’s a live
    guest-network and I don’t want to cause a disruption. Setting up a
    proper test environment is possible but time consuming. If I can do this
    without harm then that would be golden!