Captive portal

If you are making your Internet connection available for other people to use, you may want to redirect users to a login page to control access. Even if you don't want to require authentication, you may still want to redirect users to a page containing your terms of service. This is common in cases where you are allowing wireless access to your network: for example, you run a business that gives customers free wireless Internet access. In such cases, you can utilize pfSense's captive portal service. Captive portal can be used to redirect wireless users to a login page, and it can also be used for wired users. Earlier versions of pfSense were limited to use of one interface on your firewall, but the current version allows you to enable ...

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