Re: Guest wifi user authentication
Maybe I just misunderstood that ..
"where a user needs to enter their name and password. As the Admin, I would then be able to approve or deny their access to the guest wifi".
I thought that idea is that the guest users will apply/enroll themselves somehow and admin later then approve their ability to log into the guest wifi.
Sure you can, as admin, or guest manager/sponsor, create bunch of guest accounts in advance and then distribute those. Like hotel receptionist giving you temporary access while you stay in. In this case you can make those users into guest groups on FGT or your back end auth server (LDAP/RADIUS/TACACS+/Kerberos) and use either captive portal on interface or group in policy which will then spring the auth according to settings when needed. But that seemed to me a bit too much pre-fabricated, as you are basically granting access to those users in advance, not when they enroll .. "enter their name and password".