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Old 09-07-2017, 01:35 AM   #1
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Using a 52SHPacN MikroTik router to access RV parks WiFi

Can anyone help with the login to RV Wifi using a MikroTik 52SHPacN router that is setup in router mode (indicated on Quick Setup page).
I can log into wifi's with a passwords, but can not log into wifi access sites with a login page, where you accept term and agree to log in (How to get to the Redirect to a captive portal service).
Does anyone know how get to the login page of the rv parks wifi through this router?
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Old 09-07-2017, 09:22 AM   #2
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MikroTik routers are incredibly capable and versatile but in exchange for this level of power they do require a lot of knowledge on the part of the user and the initial learning curve can be steep. In fact the WiFi Ranger products look like they use MikroTik hardware (but of course they then add a user-friendly UI which is part of the cost of the system.)

As to your issue, the quick setup feature is very basic and might require tweaking for special applications. It's pretty difficult to troubleshoot something remotely but one possible problem is that often a WiFi network with a landing page directs you to the page using a special DNS entry and your router may not be passing that correctly. First thing to verify is that under the IP -> DNS menu you select 'use peer DNS' so that the router will pass the WiFi network assigned DNS server to your clients. Just a guess but something to check.
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Old 09-07-2017, 10:36 AM   #3
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Sorry I can't help with your questions! Keep her between the ditches!

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Open your browser and type something other then your regular home page URL in the address bar and press enter. See if you then you get redirected to the campgound's wifi login page. Some homepage URL's just don't allow login pages to gain permission to display when you open your browser. For instance, Google is the worse homepage at McDonalds hotpots to get the login page to display, but then when you type www.yahoo.com and enter in the address bar the Mcdonalds login page shows up. Not sure this will help you but it's worth trying anyway. Also if you have more then one browser try them both.
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