Omada Controller, Language of the Portal for Login Page

Omada Controller, Language of the Portal for Login Page
Omada Controller, Language of the Portal for Login Page
2019-04-17 07:28:34 - last edited 2020-02-29 08:26:38

How to Change the Language of the Portal for Login Page?
I will change the  "Terms of Service" to "AGB" and
"I agree to" to "Akzeptieren Sie die"
I use Omada Controller 3.0.5 Linux

 

Kind regards Wolfgang

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2020-02-25 09:15:05 - last edited 2020-02-29 08:26:38

@WoNa

There is a .html File which you can edit to include custom Messages. Its located in the EAP installation folder under:

 

/EAPController/work/com.tp-link.eap.web/webapp/WEB-INF/static/portal

 

Inside the "entry.html" you can find the "term-area" at line 371. If you change the "terms-text" or "term-header" you can add your custom Text.

Hope this won't come too late. :)

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Re:Omada Controller, Language of the Portal for Login Page
2019-04-17 08:07:40

Hi Wona,

 

We still don't support changing language of the login page for now, but we have plan to add this feature in our SDN Controller, which will be released at the end of this year.

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Re:Omada Controller, Language of the Portal for Login Page-Solution
2020-02-25 09:15:05 - last edited 2020-02-29 08:26:38

@WoNa

There is a .html File which you can edit to include custom Messages. Its located in the EAP installation folder under:

 

/EAPController/work/com.tp-link.eap.web/webapp/WEB-INF/static/portal

 

Inside the "entry.html" you can find the "term-area" at line 371. If you change the "terms-text" or "term-header" you can add your custom Text.

Hope this won't come too late. :)

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Re:Omada Controller, Language of the Portal for Login Page
2020-02-26 09:18:24 - last edited 2020-02-26 09:22:17

 

HePo wrote

There is a .html File which you can edit to include custom Messages. Its located in the EAP installation folder under:

 

/EAPController/work/com.tp-link.eap.web/webapp/WEB-INF/static/portal

 

Changes in files under the work subdirectory are lost when restarting Omada Controller (at least in the Linux version).

 

To prevent losing changes to template files, you would need to unpack OmadaController/webapp/com.tp-link.eap.web.war, change the template there and re-create the WAR file.

 

I suggest to wait for the SDN controller which makes changes of the language much easier. If this is not possible, consider to create an external portal in Omada controller.

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