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Email Authentication System
A user's email address is used for authentication when connecting to a FREESPOT point for the first time. From the second connection on, no authentication is required. The user's email address is tied to the MAC address of the wireless client and recorded on the authentication server.
1. This email authentication system is used at dedicated FREESPOT access points (FS-G300N and FS-HP-G300N routers).
2. Web-based email and free email accounts cannot be used. Use an email account provided with your phone or ISP.
3. If your mobile phone has a spam-blocker or uses email filtering, set it to accept email from the "@freespot.com" domain.
No authentication is required if your last access was within 6 months.
To Bypass Email Authentication at a FREESPOT
|You can use the pre-registration form to pre-register your email address and the MAC address of the device you will be using to save the time and effort needed for authentication and to gain quick access.
For mobile phones that can read a QR code:
To find out how to locate your MAC address, click here
A MAC address is a unique identifier assigned to network interface hardware. The notation consists of 12 hexadecimal numbers (0-9, A, B, C, D, E, and F).
If you own multiple devices, you must pre-register each device.
If your mobile phone has uses spam-blocking or email filtering, set it to accept email from the "@freespot.com" domain.
To confirm pre-registration, a URL will be sent to the registered email address. Use that URL to access the site and complete the registration.
Change a Registered Email Address
You can update your registered email address. Use the following form to input your currently registered email address and device's MAC address, then enter your new email address.
Unregister a Device
Use the following form to unregister a previously registered device.
You'll need to input the email address and MAC address of the device to unregister it.