Complete Wi-Fi Security Management
Hotels, cafes, bars, etc are faced with an increasing demand for guest and visitor connectivity throughout the entire premises; guest rooms, restaurants, lobbies, outdoor areas. Having the ability to offer an Internet access service will provide the opportunity to increase the visitors by offering free access or secure on-going revenue for the business, increase the company profile and win new customers and provide a valuable service to customers and guests. AnexSPOT client-server is a complete authentication, authorization and accounting server. AnexSPOT provides an array of rich features ensuring property owners get revenue stream and guests get good Internet experience. AnexSPOT is mainly aimed at the hospitality segment and organizations intending to implement Wi-Fi network access at their premises.
- Secure hot spot support: AnexSPOT can be used to create guest access networks by setting up hot-spot networks. Administrators can easily require web-based user authentication or terms-of-use approval prior to providing network access. This enables convenient, yet controlled access for guest users, without compromising corporate revenues.
- Secure wireless connectivity Support: AnexSPOT supports Wi-Fi access point (802.11b/g/n) supporting multiple security protocols. Support for LDAP, Radius, the standard protocol for managing remote authentication.
- Integrated SQL database that avoids the need to install additional software
- Easy management: One time only setup and installation fee or small monthly fee with no initial hardware costs. Organizations can set different tariff rates for visitors, or retain all revenue from users. They can offer customizable “Home page” for advertising their business.
- Internet usage can be easily charged by pre-defined billing plans (by minute, hour, day or other options).
- AnexSPOT offers homepage redirection as well as multiple URL-link redirections for advertising options for service providers, hotels or property owners. The appliance allows service providers or system administrators to create a ‘walled garden’ where unauthenticated users can be granted free access to selected links.