Chapter 14. Guest Networking

When a company provides a guest network for outside visitors, it allows those visitors access to the Internet using, usually, a segregated network subnet. This network segregation blocks internal network resources from the visitors but allows them to VPN to their own network, check their email, and so on.

Guest networking implies two things:

image Web authentication

image Centralized guest traffic flow

This chapter covers the basics of web authentication including how it works, how to configure it, how to troubleshoot it, as well ...

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