As far as your running as a service issue, which it sounds like you may have fixed. I used to run the windows version which required you to log in and launch the java app everytime. I switched to the Ubuntu server version which runs all the time by default. It has been much less maintenance since. For the other issue. I have my wifi setup on a different port on the firewall and use the firewall's dhcp server to assign addresses. It basically goes straight out to the internet. I can setup zone to zone rules to allow certain devices from the wifi to the lan or dmz networks by their mac address. You should be able to do a similar setup, then just turn on the guest portal and create an ssid for that and use it as the guest network and allow the unifi controller to handle that and use tokens as you mentioned.
(formerly Ubiquiti Networks, Inc.) is an American technology company founded in San Jose, California, in 2005.Now based in New York City, Ubiquiti manufactures and sells wireless data communication and wired products for enterprises and homes under multiple brand names. The WAN network type is used for configuring up to two separate ISP (WAN1 and WAN2) connections. The WAN networks can be used with either failover or weighted Load Balancing. Corporate: UDM USG USW. By default, UniFi places no restrictions on Corporate network traffic. These networks are assumed to belong to a trusted network group.
WLAN groups can be configured in the UniFi Network Controller under Settings Wireless Networks on the top right section of the page. Creating a New WLAN Group. Navigate to (Classic) Settings Wireless Networks. Select the + icon in the top right corner, next to the WLAN Group dropdown. Give the WLAN Group a name and select the.
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