Using a Sign-on Splash Page with Meraki Authentication is a convenient way to control user access without an Active Directory or RADIUS server. Self-registration allows users to create their own accounts for these SSIDs, without requiring an administrator manually enter this information.
This article outlines how to configure self-registration, as well as describe the end-user experience.
Before a user with a self-registered account can access the network, a Dashboard administrator must authorize that user:
Note: A guest ambassador account can be created to handle the authorization of user accounts, without granting additional administrative privileges.
Once a user has created their account (or had an account created on their behalf), a welcome email will be sent to the associated email address. This email will contain a link to account.network-auth.com, where they can log in and update their account information: