Ruckus Cloud Configuration Guide

The following instructions outline how to setup a Ruckus Cloud network for the Marketing4WiFi Platform.  This guide covers details such as configuring RADIUS, walled garden entries, and captive portals.  This guide assumes that your Ruckus Cloud network is already operational and on a live network with adopted Access Points. Please make sure any firewall rules, web content filters, and other security measures have been configured to interface with the platform.

Log in to the Ruckus Cloud dashboard at https://cloud.ruckuswireless.com

Click Networks and then Add Network. Configure using the settings below as a guide.

      1. Network Details
        1. Network Name: (The name for your network) By default this will be used as your SSID name.
        2. Type: Captive Portal
        3. Click Next
      2. Portal Type
        1. Select 3rd Party Captive Portal (WISPr)
        2. Click Next
      3. Settings
        1. Portal Provider: Marketing4WiFi
        2. Captive Portal URL: You will be provided this.
        3. Redirect users to: You will be provided this.
        4. Integration Key: Copy this and submit it to your service provider.
        5. Walled Garden: Please use all the wildcard walled garden entries in the Default Walled Garden List.
      4. Venues
        1. Enable the configuration on the intended Venue by turning the Activated switch to ON.
        2. Click Next
      5. Summary
        1. Click Create

Disclaimer on hardware configuration guides in the KB:

This equipment has been integrated and tested in our labs with the Marketing4WiFi platform using the firmware versions below.

AP FW Version: 5.1.1.0.2003

LIMITED HARDWARE SUPPORT: Hardware manufacturers frequently make changes to firmware, controllers and GUI’s. The information below may be out of date or images may be different and is to be used as a general reference guide. We do offer additional limited support to help with trouble-shooting and we highly recommend that you have a hardware support agreement and/or access to a hardware support engineering representative from the manufacturer.

Updated on August 15, 2019

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