How can I create a WiFi home page on my router?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Laura Ryan



How can I create a WiFi home page on my router?

Your best bet is to use a router with this built-in function; you will often see this feature called a "Hotspot" instead of a landing page, which is technically just a web page that the service redirects customers to.

I'm not familiar with any of the web applications or other software solutions listed here, but I did have a look at Nitka's recommended "My Hotspot", and it will require additional hardware (a router, PC with two Ethernet interfaces). I also think there would be some speed issues, especially if you will have a lot of client devices using it as all data will be sent.

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Your best bet is to use a router with this built-in function; you will often see this feature called a "Hotspot" instead of a landing page, which is technically just a web page that the service redirects customers to.

I'm not familiar with any of the web applications or other software solutions listed here, but I did have a look at Nitka's recommended "My Hotspot", and it will require additional hardware (a router, PC with two Ethernet interfaces). I also think there would be some speed issues, especially if you will have a lot of client devices using it as all data will be sent through the PC at your service, then to the desired website and vice versa.

I have seen some routers that have an access point function, but I have never had to configure one of them.

I know that the routers made by Mikrotik have an access point feature that only requires a simple setup to use. I have a setup for my kids that asks them if they have made a list of requirements before allowing them access to many sites. It also limits the amount of time they can be connected to certain sites and the web in general during a 24-hour period.

It is capable of more advanced functions, but its use may require a bit of effort, as the documentation for Mikrotik products can be spotty at times.

Hello, it depends if you need it for professional needs. For example, I am a network administrator and I use cloud-based software to create landing pages for my clients.

I think you can find software online, but maybe not for free ... I use Tanaza, so I make landing pages with their splash page editor.

So it also depends on your wifi router, because not all software is compatible with all routers ... If you want to know more about the software I use, you can write to me.
I hope it helps you

Kansas

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