eguest-server (NOC Only)

Profile Config Commands

Points to the EGuest server when executed along with the ‘host‘ option. The WiNG EGuest solution is an independently installable VM/Server that provides integrated guest management and analytics. Use this command to enable the EGuest daemon on the EGuest server.



EGuest being a licensed feature, ensure that the EGUEST-DEV license is applied on the EGuest server‘s self context. For more information, see license.

Supported in the following platforms:

  • Access Points — AP505i, AP510i/e, AP560i/h
  • Service Platforms — NX5500, NX7500, NX9500, NX9600, VX9000


eguest-server <1-3> host <IPv4/IPv6/HOSTNAME> {http|https}


eguest-server <1-3> host <IPv4/IPv6/HOSTNAME> {http|https}
eguest-server <1-3> host <IPv4/IPv6/HOSTNAME> {http|https} Configures the EGuest server details in the profile/device context of the NOC (access point/controller). When configured, the NOC posts registration requests and captive-portal related data directly to the specified EGuest server.
  • <1-3> – Configures the EGuest server index number. A maximum of three EGuest servers can be configured.
    • host <IPv4/IPv6/HOSTNAME> – Configures the EGuest server‘s IPv4/IPv6 address or hostname.
      • {http|https} – Optional. Configures the mode of connection as HTTP or HTTPS.
        Note: HTTPS is recommended as it uses encryption for transmission and is therefore more secure.


On the NOC, execute along with the ‘host‘ option to point to the EGuest server.

EG-NOC(config-device-74-67-F7-5C-64-4A)#eguest-server 1 host EG-Server https

EG-NOC(config-device-74-67-F7-5C-64-4A)#show context include-factory | include eguest-server
 no eguest-server
 eguest-server 1 host EG-Server https

Related Commands

no Removes the EGuest server IP address/hostname configuration