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    Default Autotag "guests"?

    I looked around and haven't found a good way to setup a way to auto tag new devices that jump on my guest network without using a portal... is there a way to set this up? And perhaps an example. Thanks in advance?

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    I would use an Events trigger if your guest network is on a separate interface. Since I've never done this in production you can take my "example" with a grain of salt.

    Class: SessionEvent
    Field: clientIntf = the numeric ID of your guest network interface
    Action Type: Tag Host
    Target: CClientAddr
    Tag Name: Guest
    Tag Lifetime: Your choice

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    How do you identify guest? Is it a specific access point?
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    Depending on the size of your network, just tag the non-guests devices and treat anything without that tag as a guest.
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    Thanks for the ideas guys! Much appreciated. Sam's example helped with the client interface should work in my case.

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    Worked great. This reminds me, it would be cool if others shared other cool ideas for Events and Triggers in Tips and Tricks or something!

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