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On flexible settings of non-first time wireless internet authentication
Updated Date:2015-03-27
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In general wireless network, the network only can be used after the user undertakes the first authentication (short message, WeChat, two-dimension code and web authentication). Then when the user leaves the wireless network for a while and re-access to the network, if the authentication still are needed? Can the page whether the authentication is pop-up be set or not?   
 
 Sundray system provides non-first time authentication option function to set flexibly in accordance with user’s demand.
ⅰ Non-first time authentication of visitor(this option only takes effect for the wireless network configuring with visitor authentication):
a)Popup Web authentication page:
For users with short message authentication, two-dimension code authentication and WeChat authentication, jump to promotion page when accessing wireless network not for the first time. And account information is not required to input, only click to login. The time interval for popup authentication page when re-accessing the network can be set.    
b)Non-popup Web authentication page:
For users with short message authentication, two-dimension code authentication and WeChat authentication, don’t jump to promotion page when accessing wireless network not for the first time. User only needs to access network without authentication. In this way, user information only is needed to collect for the first time. After the authentication passes for the first time, the demand for fast access can be provided to customer without re-authentication.
ⅱ Authentication option of user account(this option takes effect for user passing account authentication in Web authentication):
For the account authenticated not for the first time, do not redirect to authentication page after wireless network breaks and when the time interval for re-login is within the range of threshold. When the time interval is out of the range, end-user will redirect to authentication page. We should be clear here that the difference with visitor authentication is to need inputting user name and password to guarantee security needs when redirecting login page.