After you create a portal and configure the plug-ins, you must configure the portal to ensure that your custom login splash page is displayed when guest users access the portal.
A campaign is the container for splash pages and landing pages designed using Engage. You must associate an appropriate campaign with the portal so that the published splash page in the campaign associates with the portal. For more information, see About WatchGuard Engage.
You can modify the splash page of the portal through the Engage app. To access the Engage, click Manage Campaigns on the Campaigns tab of portal page . Engage enables you to create campaigns and add guest authentication and engagement content to the campaigns.
- Click Portals.
- Click a portal name.
- Click the Campaigns tab.
For a new portal, the default campaign is selected by default.
- Select the campaign from the list of available campaigns.
The thumbnails for the published splash page and landing page for the campaign are displayed.
- Click Save.
The published splash page of the campaign is associated with the portal.
If the published splash page in the selected campaign contains plug-ins that are not configured on the portal, the plug-ins will not work and guest Wi-Fi users may see an error. You must manually configure the required plug-ins for the portal .