||Update the default values for
certificate group tags, languages and so on in
and define behavior that applies to the overall portal.
HTTPS port—Enter a port value between 8000 to 8999; the default value is 8443 for all the default portals, except the Blacklist Portal, which is 8444. If you upgraded with port values outside this range, they are honored until you modify this page. If you modify this page, update the port setting to comply with this restriction.
If you assign Ports used by a non-guest (such as My Devices) portal to a guest portal, an error message displays.
For posture assessments and remediation only, the Client Provisioning portal also uses Ports 8905 and 8909. Otherwise, it uses the same Ports assigned to the Guest portal.
Portals assigned to the same HTTPS port can use the same Gigabit Ethernet interface or another interface. If they use the same port and interface combination, they must use the same certificate group tag. For example:
Allowed interfaces — Select the PSN interfaces which a PAN can use to run a portal. When a request to open a portal is made on the PAN, the PAN looks for an available allowed Port on the PSN. You must configure the Ethernet interfaces using IP addresses on different subnets.
These interfaces must be available on all the PSNs, including VM-based ones, that have Policy Services turned on. This is a requirement because any of these PSNs can be used for the redirect at the start of the guest session.
The Ethernet interfaces must use IP addresses on different subnets.
The interfaces you enable here must be available on all your PSNs, including VM-based ones when Policy Services turned on. This is required because any of these PSNs can be used for a redirect at the start of the guest session.
The portal certificate Subject Name / Alternate Subject Name must resolve to the interface IP.
Configure ip host x.x.x.x yyy.domain.com in ISE CLI to map secondary interface IP to FQDN, which is used to match Certificate Subject Name / Alternate Subject Name.
Certificate group tag—Pick a certificate group tag that specifies the certificate to use for the portal’s HTTPS traffic.
SSIDs available to sponsors—Enter the names or the SSIDs (Session Service Identifiers) of the networks that a sponsor can notify guests as the correct networks to connect to for their visit.