Here’s an example of WiNG 5.4 forwarding a client to an external captive portal;
"GET /?hs_server=172.16.1.10?Qv=it_qpmjdz=BVQ@bbb_qpmjdz=@dmjfou_njou=532778335@dmjfou_nbd=ED.:C.:D.13.EE.C9@ttj e=VSCBO_HVFTU_XJGJ@bq_nbd=C5.D8.::.33.32.:9 HTTP/1.0" 200 6040 "-" "CaptiveNetworkSupport-305 wispr"
Here’s an example of WiNG 5.5 forwarding a client to an external captive portal;
“GET /?hs_server=172.16.1.10&Qv=it_qpmjdz=BVQ@bbb_qpmjdz=@dmjfou_njou=23:45:9571@dmjfou_nbd=F1.C6.3E.53.:F.:9@ttje=Vscbo _Hvftu_XjGj@bq_nbd=95.35.9E.2:.49.6D HTTP/1.0" 200 6040 "-" "CaptiveNetworkSupport-306.3.1 wispr"
If you look at the URL you’ll notice that the WiNG 5.4 software release utilizes “?” as the variable separator while the WiNG 5.5 software release utilizes “&” as the variable separator.