Aruba Instant On integration

Connect with Aruba Instant On 


Integrate your Aruba Networks Instant On access points with your MyWiFi account and let your guests access the internet.


  • Active Aruba Instant On subscription plan
  • Active MyWiFi plan.
  • A location with an associated campaign.

Aruba Instant On Setup

  1. Log in to your Aruba Instant On Portal.
  2. Click Inventory, then Add Devices.mceclip0.png
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions to add your Access Point.
  4. Click on the Networks icon, then click Add a new network.

    Use these details:
    Network Name: Choose the SSID you would like your network to broadcast.
    Network Type: Guest

  5. Press Save to confirm.
  6. Next, select the network you created and click Customize Guest Portal.

    Use these settings:
    Portal type: External
    Server URL: Enter your Custom Social Portal URL here. If you don't have one, use
    Redirect URL: Leave this empty

  7. Under Allowed Domains, add this list:
    Your Custom Social Portal URL
  8. Send RADIUS Accounting and add these radius parameters:

    Primary RADIUS Server IP:
    Primary RADIUS Server Secret: mywifi
    Secondary RADIUS Server: Enabled
    Secondary RADIUS Server IP:
    Secondary RADIUS Server Secret: mywifi

  9. Click Apply Changes to save your setup.

MyWiFi Setup

  1. Select Devices from the main menu.
  2. Click Add New Device.
  3. Select the Location, enter a Device Name, and choose Aruba Networks.
  4. Select Aruba Instant On.
  5. Provide the MAC Address of the device. A MAC address is a sequence of 12 numbers and the letters A-F often separated by colons (ex: A1:B2:C3:D4:E5:F6).
  6. Click Proceed.
  7. Click Confirm Setup.

It's Important

If you have a Custom Social Portal URL for your MyWiFi account, you must add it to your Allowed Domains list. 

*NOTE: For Aruba Firmware above version 2.2.1 you will need to set your device to bridge mode.


Unable to access campaign

If you are not able to access your campaign after connecting to WiFi, or if you are entered in a loop when attempting to access any specific URL, please make sure that your custom social portal URL has been added as your server URL and in your list of allowed domains.

Need Help?

If you have any questions, please contact our support team by clicking the support icon located in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

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