Template:Networking rutos manual hotspot 2.0

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Summary[edit source]

Hotspot 2.0 is a wireless network standard designed to make it easier and more secure to connect to public WiFi hotspots. This chapter is an overview of the Hotspot 2.0 section for {{{name}}} devices.

Hotspot 2.0[edit source]

The Hotspot 2.0 displays available WiFi interfaces. In order to begin configuring an interface click the 'Edit' button next to it:

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After this you should be redirected to the configuration page for that interface.

Hotspot 2.0 Configuration[edit source]


The main configuration parameters of a Hotspot 2.0 interface will be discussed in this section.

A Hotspot 2.0 interface requires WPA2-EAP encryption. You can configure it in the Network → Wireless page (click 'Edit' next to an interface and find the [[{{{name}}} Wireless#Wireless_Security|Wireless Security]] section).

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General Setup[edit source]


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Field Value Description
Enable off | on; default: off Turns Hotspot 2.0 for this interface on or off.
Internet access off | on; default: off Is used to inform the client device whether internet access is available.
Access Network Type Private network | Private network with guest access | Chargeable public network | Free public network | Personal device network | Emergency services only network | Test or experimental; default: The access network type present in beacon and probe response frames. Mobile devices can use this information when selecting a hotspot.
HESSID mac; default: none Homogeneous ESS identifier (optional). This shall be identical to one of the BSSIDs in the homogeneous ESS.
Roaming consortium OI 3 or 5 octet hexstring; default: none Only first three entries are available through Beacon and Probe Response frames.
Network authentication type Not configured | Acceptance of terms and conditions | On-line enrollment supported | http/https redirection | DNS redirection; default: Not configured Type of authentication used on this network.
IP Address type availability Address type not available | Public IPv1 address available | Port restricted IPv4 address available | Single NATed IPv4 address available | Double NATed IPv4 address available | Port restricted IPv4 address and single NATed IPv4 address available | Port restricted IPv4 address and double NATed IPv4 address available | Availability of the address type is not known; default: Availability of the address type is not known Provides information about the IP address version and type that would be available to a mobile device after it authenticates to the network.
Domain name domain name; default: none The Domain Name ANQP-element provides a list of one or more domain names of the entity operating the hotspot network.
Venue group various; default: Unspecified Describes the venue in which the hotspot is located.
Venue type various; default: Describes the venue in which the hotspot is located.

OSU Provider[edit source]


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Field Value Description
OSU ssid string; default: none Informs client devices about the SSID used for OSU connections.
OSU server URL url; default: none Is used to inform the client device whether internet access is available.
Name language code string; default: none Two or three character language code (ISO-639)/
OSU friendly name string; default: none .
OSU NAI string; default: none OSU network access identifier.
OSU method list OMA-DM | SOAP-XML; default: none .
Description language code string; default: none Two or three character language code (ISO-639).
Description string; default: none OSU service description.

WAN Metrics[edit source]


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Field Value Description
Link Status Link up | Link Down; default: Link up Provides information about the WAN link that connects the hotspot to the Internet.
Downlink Speed integer [1..4294967295]; default: none Maximum downlink speed in Kbps.
Uplink Speed integer [1..4294967295]; default: none Maximum uplink speed in Kbps.

Venue Name Information[edit source]


The Venue Name Information is used to configure one or more Venue Name values for Venue Name ANQP information. To add a new Venue configuration, click the 'Add' button.

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You should see a new entry appear in the Venue Name Information list.

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Field Value Description
Language Code string; default: none Two or three character language code (ISO-639).
Venue Name string; default: none Name of this venue.
Venue URL Information url; default: none Venue URL to provide additional information corresponding to Venue Name information (the URL should contain protocol).

3GPP Cellular Network Information[edit source]


The 3GPP Cellular Network Information section is used to uniquely identify mobile network operators. To add a new mobile operator instance, click the 'Add' button.

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You should see a new entry appear in the 3GPP Cellular Network Information list.

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Field Value Description
Mobile Country Code integer; default: Mobile country code (3 decimal digits).
Mobile Network Code integer; default: none Mobile network code (2 or 3 decimal digits).

Network Access Identifier (NAI) Realm Information[edit source]


The Network Access Identifier (NAI) Realm Information parameters provide information for stations using interworking network selection to allow automatic connection to a network based on credentials. To add a new NAI Realm Information configuration, click the 'Add' button.

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You should see a new entry appear in the Network Access Identifier (NAI) Realm Information list.

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Field Value Description
NAI Realm url; default: Link up The NAI Realm provides a list of NAI realms corresponding to the Home SPs that can authenticate a client device.
EAP Method EAP-TLS | EAP-TTLS | PEAP | EAP-FAST; default: Undefined Identifies the EAP method supported by that NAI realm for authentication.
Authentication Parameter Undefined | Non EAP PAP | Non EAP CHAP | Non EAP MSCHAP | Non EAP MSCHAPV2 | Credential certificate | Credential username/password; default: Undefined EAP method authentication parameter.

Operator Friendly Name[edit source]


The client device may obtain the Operator Friendly Name via GAS/ANQP queries to assist the user during manual hotspot selection. To add a new Operator Friendly Name configuration, click the 'Add' button.

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You should see a new entry appear in the Operator Friendly Name list.

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Field Value Description
Language Code string; default: Link up Two or three character language code (ISO-639).
Operator's Name string; default: none Provides a friendly name for the Hotspot Operator.

Connection Capability[edit source]


The Connection Capability section provides information on the status of commonly used communication protocols and ports. To add a new protocol/port configuration, click the 'Add' button.

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You should see a new entry appear in the Connection Capability list.

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Field Value Description
Protocol ICMP | TCP | UDP; default: ICMP Network protocol type.
Port Number integer [0..65535]; default: none TCP/UDP port number.
Status Closed | Open | Unknown; default: Closed Status to be displayed for the selected protocol/port combination.

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