A maximum of 8 WiFi Networks can be created in Mojo Nano. Once this limit is reached, an additional WiFi network can be created only after deleting an existing one.
Although Mojo Nano allows you to define a maximum of 8 WiFi Networks, you can only have up to 4 active WiFi Networks simultaneously.
DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). When DHCP is turned on, the WiFi network assigns an IP address, from a pool of pre-defined IP addresses, to each client that connects. A client needs an IP address to communicate over the WiFi network. If another DHCP service is already running on your network, the WiFi network can be configured with DHCP turned off.
Alerts in Mojo Nano help you identify and address some basic security threats in your WiFi Networks. Mojo Nano periodically fetches the list of Rogue WiFi Networks, Open Trusted WiFi Networks, and Inactive Trusted APs for your active WiFi Networks from the system and displays them as alerts so that you can take appropriate measures to secure your active WiFi Networks. Each time a new alert is identified or an existing alert has been addressed, Mojo Nano displays the revised alert count.
The message "There are alerts that require your attention." can be closed. But the alert count and the alerts on the Alerts page cannot be hidden or deleted.
The following table summarizes the key functional capabilities available in the Basic and Pro versions of Mojo Canvas.
|Functional Capabilities||Basic Campaigns||Pro Campaigns|
|Create splash page using the Basic template and publish using a Basic campaign||Yes||Yes|
|Create splash page using a Pro template and publish using a Pro campaign||No||Yes|
|Create landing pages using a template and publish using a Pro campaign||No||Yes|
|Guest Engagement via coupons (MMS) and text messages (SMS)||No||Yes|
A Splash Page is the page that is displayed to the guest WiFi user when they connect to a WiFi Network and try to access the Internet by using a browser. This page is used to authenticate the guest WiFi user. A Landing Page is the page the guest WiFi user can be redirected to after a successful authentication from the Splash Page.
You start by creating a campaign and adding splash page and landing page to it. After you create and publish the campaign, you need to assign it to a guest access portal in the Guest Manager before the portal can be used on the WiFi Network.
Different types of plug-ins can be configured in a splash page, including social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Instagram and Foursquare, SMS-based authentication, Guestbook, Web Form and Click-through. One or more authentication plug-in can be used on a splash page.
First open the splash page template in edit mode by clicking the edit icon . To add a plug-in:
Yes, content widgets or containers can be moved. However, to ensure that the pages designed in Mojo Canvas are rendered properly on devices with different screen resolutions, the following restrictions have been enforced:
Mojo Canvas provides various templates with different layouts and containers. Each template has a finite number of containers of different types. You cannot add a new container to the template. Within the template, however, you can rearrange the containers with certain restrictions.
The templates provided by Mojo Canvas have been designed thoughtfully ensuring you can include various types of content that would be rendered properly on devices with different screen resolutions. Therefore, the type of content that can be included in a container is fixed. You can modify and configure the content within the limits enforced by the container.
A content type is a bundle of files that include HTML files with the associated style sheets, image files, and script files. The overall bundle size must not exceed 2MB in size. The images used in a content type are processed and compressed by Mojo Canvas. Mojo Canvas shows the current bundle size when editing a template or an existing content type on the top-right side of the screen. If the bundle size exceeds 2MB, Mojo Canvas notifies that the size limit has been exceeded.
All guest authentication and engagement artifacts, such as splash pages, landing pages, coupons, and text messages are saved in a campaign and can be retrieved and edited at any point in time. To edit an existing content:
After you have created a campaign and added content to it, you must PUBLISH the campaign. To publish a campaign click the three dots and click Publish Campaign. Next, select any content and click Publish. Only campaigns published with a splash page selected can be associated with a guest access portal in Mojo Guest Manager.
After you have created a campaign with the required splash page and other content types, you must PUBLISH the campaign. To publish a campaign click the three dots and click Publish Campaign. Next, select any content and click Publish. Only campaigns published with a splash page selected can be associated with a guest access portal in Mojo Guest Manager. If the campaign with a splash page selected is published but not available in the drop-down menu in Mojo Guest Manager, click the refresh icon on the right side of campaigns drop-down menu.
After a campaign is published, it cannot be un-published. However, you can modify the content inside a campaign, including the content that has been already published previously. If you change the content or add new content to a published campaign, you must select the required content and publish the campaign again. You cannot delete a campaign if it is assigned to a portal. Published but unassigned campaigns can be deleted; however, the deleted campaigns cannot be recovered.
After a campaign is published, you can change the currently published content for the campaign. To publish new content, select the required content and publish the campaign again. You can select only one content artifact of each type when publishing the campaign. You can also modify or edit the existing published content. To modify, select the content and click Edit from the menu . After you have made the changes, save the content. You need not publish the campaign again after making the changes to the content. The updated content is automatically reflected in the published campaign.
You can also modify or edit the existing published content. To modify, select the content and click Edit from the menu . After you have made the changes, save the content. You need not publish the campaign again after making the changes to the content. The updated content is automatically reflected in the published campaign.
Yes, you start by creating a campaign. After a campaign is created, you can add splash pages, landing pages, coupons, and text messages based on your subscription. Once the campaign is created and content added to it, you can publish the campaign.
Yes, you can upload a custom bundle for any content in campaign. To upload a bundle: