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 +====== Open Mobile Connection Behavior======
  
 +This matrix describes the expected connection behavior of Open Mobile across five network types: iPass/GIS, OpenAccess, non-iPass, open network (such as personal hotspots) and iPass Inflight.
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 +^ Client Platform ^ iPass ^ OpenAccess ^ non-iPass ^ Open Network ^ iPass Inflight ^
 +|//Windows//|No browser needed|No browser needed|Integrated browser login|No browser needed|Integrated browser login + CAPTCHA|
 +|//Mac OS X//|No browser needed|No browser needed|Integrated browser login|No browser needed|Integrated browser login + CAPTCHA|
 +|//Android//|No browser needed|No browser needed|Integrated browser login|No browser needed|Integrated browser login + CAPTCHA|
 +|//iOS//|No browser needed|No browser needed|Not applicable|Not applicable|Integrated browser login + CAPTCHA|
 +|//Windows Touch//|No browser needed|Not supported|Browser needed|No browser needed|Integrated browser login + CAPTCHA|
 +|//Windows Phone//|No browser needed|Not supported|Browser needed|No browser needed|Integrated browser login + CAPTCHA|
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 +The table entries are as follows:
 +  * **No browser needed**: No browser is required for login. User can log in using standard Open Mobile functionality (by the credentials entry dialog). 
 +  * **Browser needed**: User must use a separate browser to log in.
 +  * **Integrated browser login**: Open Mobile presents its integrated browser window  for user login.
 +  * **OS launches browser**: The device operating system launches the device browser for user login
 +  * **Integrated browser login + CAPTCHA**: Open Mobile launches its integrated browser window for user login, and requires an additional CAPTCHA entry to complete. In the test, a text string is presented to the user that would be difficult for an automated system to interpret. The user must enter the textual characters shown in the string exactly as presented, which helps to ensure that the login is not being performed by an automated system.
 +  * **Not applicable**: The specified network type is not supported by the device.
 +  * **Not supported**: The specified network type is not currently supported.
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 +Go to: **[[dokuwiki_other|Other Product Documents]] > [[tech_notes|Tech Notes]]**{{tag>connection_behavior captcha integrated_browser_login}}
 

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