I'll have the play with the profile to see if I can get it to do what I want. I 
did find the vlan and switch filters which work beautifully so far.


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>>> Nicolas Quiniou-Briand via PacketFence-users 
>>> <packetfence-users@lists.sourceforge.net> 1/14/2020 7:00 AM >>>
Hello Ryan,

On 07/01/2020 17:40, Ryan Radschlag via PacketFence-users wrote:
> So, everything is working beautifully as far as access is concerned. 
> Here are my questions:
>  1. How do I perform registration after 2, while showing the user their
>        DPSK in 3? This would hopefully get rid of 5 and simplify things for
>        the users. From all of the combinations I've tested with portal
>        profiles, I can either perform a login and register or perform a
>        login and show the dpsk, not both as a chained event.

By using a DPSK provisionner, you should be able to remove steps 4 and 5

>  2. How do I prevent people from reconnecting to the open ssid after
>        they register? If they reconnect they're automatically provisioned
>        to their role based vlan and never get the captive portal again. Is
>        there a way to do a radius reject only when they connect to that
>        ssid if they're registered or only allow them to get to the captive
>        portal and no further?

You certainly need to play with VLAN filters: 

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