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Webbased Guest management for HP MSM 710

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Hi,
We have a HP Procurve MSM 710 controller and a bunch of ap's. We have setup a guest network - and we would prefer a webportal instead of the windows application Guest Management Software (used to be called VMT before HP bought Colubris)

I have read that it is possible to develop suck a portal by using SOAP - but Im not a developer....

Does anyone of you know of suck a portal that we can use?

Best regards,
Joakim
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Hi,

There's an API which can be downloaded from the HP website:

http://ftp.hp.com/pub/networking/software/MSM-SOAP-XML-SDK_540.zip

Other docs can be found on the HP website as well:
http://www.hp.com/rnd/support/manuals/mscseries.htm

I am not aware of a product like this.
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by:Joakim_Edenborgh
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I was hoping for that someone had put together a webapplication for this - but I guess we have to do it ourselves.

thanks,
Joakim
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Hi Joakim,

If you finished it, I would be very interested to see it live and maybe purchase it.
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