GIS-R2 Hot Spot Internet Gateway
Guest Internet Solutions Managed Guest Internet for Restaurants and Lodging Businesses
The GIS-R2 Internet gateway provides a managed Internet experience for guests and visitors at any location where public Internet is provided.
The GIS-R2 is used to provide a hot spot login page with access control for Internet kiosks, business center computers and wired hotel rooms.
Any type of wireless access point can be connected to the GIS-R2 and provide WiFi for laptops, netbooks, smart phones as well as any other WiFi enabled device.
Now you can easily accommodate guests in your offices, such as consultants, auditors, professional service providers, manufacturing representatives and clients, without burdening your IT administrator with last-minute LAN configuration requests.
The GIS-R2 can provide free Internet access with a disclaimer. The disclaimertext was prepared according to US Federal law, however it can be edited to include local laws and restrictions.
The GIS-R2 can also control Internet access: users have to type an access code into the login page to connect to the Internet. The GIS-R2 has an access code generation and management page that is used by the business owner to generate and delete codes. Access codes can be downloaded and printed onto labels or business stationary.
Authorized customers are given access codes to use the Internet. The access code generator makes it possible for businesses to charge customers for Internet use by selling codes.
Recommended 50 Concurrent Users
Supports over 250+ Users
1000 Access Codes
Protect Your Private Network
Client Isolation to Protect Guests
Simple as well as Affordable
Scalability and Flexibility
Easy Plug and Play
Low cost HSIA gateway: ideal for restaurants and lodging businesses
Plug and play: the easy to use wizard speeds installation
Custom login page with client branding, choose from 10 backdrops
Free access with disclaimer, the legal disclaimer can be edited
Controlled access uses codes that are generated and managed on the unit
A charge can be made for Internet access by selling access codes
Reporting of access code usage to track product utilization