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cisco controller 2504 web authentication with security

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I was setting up a guest wireless at our remote locations with a cisco controller 2504.  It works, I have the guest internet plugged into port 2 of the controller.  When a guest connects it opens up a web page that I have downloaded to the cisco controller and they type in a username and password.  It works fine.  The only thing that bugs me is I cannot add any data encryption to it.  So, basically I get a lot people saying they don't like to connect because on their computer it shows not secure connection.  Is their another way of doing this?  I would like guest wireless at our sites with security besides the website username and password.
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Craig Beck earned 500 total points
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You can add layer2 security on the WLAN.  WPA-PSK will give you some security over the air but everyone would need to know the PSK to connect.
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Great, I will give it a try and let you know.

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