Passpoint Policy

A passpoint policy provides an interoperable platform for streamlining Wi-Fi access to access points deployed as public hotspots. Passpoint is supported across a wide range of wireless network deployment scenarios and client devices. Passpoint makes connecting to Wi-Fi networks easier by authenticating the user with an account based on an existing relationship, such as the user's mobile carrier or broadband ISP.

To migrate to the passpoint policy configuration mode, use the following command:

<DEVICE>(config)#passpoint-policy <POLICY-NAME>
rfs4000-229D58(config)#passpoint-policy test
Passpoint Policy Mode commands:
  3gpp                   Configure a 3gpp plmn (public land mobile network) id
  access-network-type    Set the access network type for the hotspot
  connection-capability  Configure the connection capability for the hotspot
  domain-name            Add a domain-name for the hotspot
  hessid                 Set a homogeneous ESSID value for the hotspot
  internet               Advertise the hotspot having internet access
  ip-address-type        Configure the advertised ip-address-type
  nai-realm              Configure a NAI realm for the hotspot
  net-auth-type          Add a network authentication type to the hotspot
  no                     Negate a command or set its defaults
  operator               Add configuration related to the operator of the
  osu                    Online signup
  roam-consortium        Add a roam consortium for the hotspot
  venue                  Set the venue parameters of the hotspot
  wan-metrics            Set the wan-metrics of the hotspot

  clrscr                 Clears the display screen
  commit                 Commit all changes made in this session
  do                     Run commands from Exec mode
  end                    End current mode and change to EXEC mode
  exit                   End current mode and down to previous mode
  help                   Description of the interactive help system
  revert                 Revert changes
  service                Service Commands
  show                   Show running system information
  write                  Write running configuration to memory or terminal