Wireless: How to Configure Open Social Login for Guest Wireless Users
03/26/2020 84 14682
SonicOS 6.2.7 introduces support for Open Authentication Social Login..
OAuth Social Login is supported on SonicWall firewalls with internal wireless and SonicPoint, in the scope of wireless zone guest services. Wireless guest services are widely used in public WiFi hotspots and corporate WiFi for guests. Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus are supported in SonicOS 6.2.7. Within the SonicOS scope, social login is supported for wireless guests, not for SonicOS administrator login. Specific Social Authentication setup instructions and addtional information can be found by viewing the 6.2 Admin Guide.
NOTE: Read the Open Authentication Social login guidance from Facebook/Google/Twitter and SonicWall before enabling this feature.
To enable social login in SonicOs:
Go to Network | Zones | Edit the WLAN zone and click on the Guest Services tab.
Select the Enable Guest Services and Enable External Guest Authentication
Click Configure next to Enable External Guest Authentication checkbox.
In the Social Network Login section on the General tab of the popup dialog
Select the external web server Address Object.
Select the Social Network login checkbox and then select one or more of the Facebook, Google or Twitter checkboxes.
Modify settings according to your webserver configuration.
On the Auth Pages tab enter the desired page name such as login.php in the Login Page field
NOTE: You should create pages for each of the sections.
SonicOS automatically creates the necessary policies to allow the traffic between the authentication server and the user. A new Address Object group will be created with name Default Social login pass Group.
To learn more about setting up a Facebook Developer account and interfacing OAuth with other platforms please see the 6.2 Admin Guide which covers the following:
About OAuth and Social Login on page 2037
About Lightweight Hotspot Messaging (LHM) on page 2041
Configuring Facebook for Social Login on page 2042
Configuring Open Authentication and Social Login on page 2044
Verifying the Social Login Configuration on page 2049