Author Topic: Possible to have "auto-login" for ticket so connectivity is persistent?  (Read 4254 times)

Offline electric

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Hello,

Is it possible for a device (computer, ipad, etc) to have "auto-login" ability?  So after they enter their ticket code once, they never need to enter it again (as long as it is not expired)? 

Currently, if the device is shut down for a while (computer goes to sleep/hibernate overnight, for example), then they are redirected to the login page after they wake up and reconnect to the hotspot.  Then they must re-enter their ticket code.

Is it possible so that they don't have to enter their ticket code?  So the system automatically "sees" their ticket code is valid and just automatically gives them access?  (So the only way to stop connectivity would be to explicitly click the "disconnect" button on the status page.)

Thanks!

Offline WorldSpot

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Yes, it is in the "todo" list, based on the mad address.

Offline electric

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Yes, it is in the "todo" list, based on the mad address.
Thanks!  Is there any ETA for when you think this feature might be ready for testing or available?

Offline WorldSpot

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Unfortunately, I can't say.