CN107959920B - Wireless network-based sign-in method and equipment - Google Patents

Wireless network-based sign-in method and equipment Download PDF

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CN107959920B
CN107959920B CN201711440727.1A CN201711440727A CN107959920B CN 107959920 B CN107959920 B CN 107959920B CN 201711440727 A CN201711440727 A CN 201711440727A CN 107959920 B CN107959920 B CN 107959920B
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The invention discloses a sign-in method and equipment based on a wireless network, and belongs to the technical field of wireless networks. The method comprises the following steps: the user equipment is connected with the wireless network and sends the sign-in information to the sign-in server; the check-in server judges whether the network identification contained in the received check-in information is legal or not, if so, the check-in is successful; otherwise, the check-in fails. According to the invention, the attendance is carried out based on the wireless network, and an attendance card does not need to be issued to the user, so that not only is the enterprise cost reduced, but also the attendance probability of the agent can be greatly reduced; moreover, the user can complete the check-in through a mobile phone which is carried by the user and is provided with a client program and other terminal equipment with a wireless network connection function, the operation of the user is facilitated, and the check-in efficiency is improved; moreover, the sign-in server end can be provided with a plurality of wireless network hotspots, so that the user equipment does not need to be connected with a certain specific wireless network hotspot, and the problem of sign-in missing caused by the fact that the system is automatically connected with other wireless network hotspots around is avoided.

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Wireless network-based sign-in method and equipment
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of wireless networks, in particular to a sign-in method and equipment based on a wireless network.
Background
Today, sign-in becomes an essential link for standardized management of enterprises, namely employee attendance checking and conference holding. With the continuous development of the technology, the form of signing in by manual signing after the original printed list becomes more and more intelligent and diversified. At present, some enterprises assign attendance cards to employees, and the attendance cards are printed on an attendance device, and in the method, the enterprises spend certain funds, and actions such as human-card separation, card printing waiting and the like cannot be avoided; in the method, when employees check in cards and sign on, particularly when the employees of a company are more, the employees need to queue up to complete the sign-on in sequence, a large amount of time is consumed, and the efficiency is low. It is clear that although the current check-in modes are diversified, the check-in quality and the check-in efficiency are to be improved.
Disclosure of Invention
In order to overcome the defects of the prior art, the invention provides a sign-in method and equipment based on a wireless network.
In a first aspect, the present invention provides a wireless network-based check-in method for a user equipment, including:
the user equipment is connected with a wireless network and sends check-in information comprising a network identifier of the wireless network to a check-in server, so that the check-in server judges whether the network identifier contained in the check-in information meets a preset condition or not according to the check-in information;
and receiving prompt information whether the check-in is successful or not returned by the check-in server.
Optionally, the user equipment is connected to a wireless network, specifically:
the method comprises the steps that user equipment scans surrounding wireless network hotspots, when trigger information of a target wireless network hotspot selected by a user is received, a corresponding connection password is obtained from a key server through a preset application, and the obtained connection password is used for connecting the target wireless network hotspot;
alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
the user equipment scans surrounding wireless network hotspots, and when trigger information and a corresponding connection password of a target wireless network hotspot selected by a user are received, the target wireless network hotspot is connected.
Optionally, the obtaining a corresponding connection password from the key server through a preset application specifically includes:
sending a connection request of the target wireless network hotspot to a key server through a preset application, wherein the connection request comprises identification information of the target wireless network hotspot;
and the preset application receives a connection response returned by the key server, wherein the connection response comprises a connection password of the target wireless network hotspot.
Optionally, the method further comprises: presetting a sign-in area in the user equipment;
and when the user equipment is positioned in the preset check-in area, the user equipment sends check-in information to a check-in server.
In a second aspect, the present invention provides a wireless network-based check-in method for checking in a server, including:
receiving check-in information sent by user equipment, wherein the check-in information comprises a network identifier of a wireless network currently connected with the user equipment;
judging whether the network identification contained in the check-in information meets a preset condition or not;
when a preset condition is met, judging that the check-in is successful;
and when the preset condition is not met, judging that the check-in fails.
Optionally, the determining whether the network identifier included in the check-in information meets a preset condition specifically includes:
judging whether one or more network identifiers pre-stored by the mobile terminal exist in the check-in information or not, if so, judging that the network identifiers contained in the check-in information meet preset conditions; otherwise, judging that the network identification contained in the check-in information does not meet the preset condition.
Optionally, the network identification includes: SSID and/or BSSID of a wireless network hotspot connected with the user equipment;
correspondingly, when the network identifier includes an SSID and a BSSID of a wireless network hotspot connected to the user equipment, the determining whether a network identifier included in the check-in information exists in one or more network identifiers pre-stored by the user equipment specifically includes:
step A1: judging whether SSIDs contained in the check-in information exist in one or more preset SSIDs contained in the network identification, if so, taking the network of the corresponding SSID prestored in the network as a first network, and executing the step A2; otherwise, judging that the network identifier contained in the check-in information does not exist in one or more network identifiers prestored by the mobile terminal;
step A2: judging whether BSSID corresponding to the first network is consistent with BSSID contained in the check-in information, if yes, judging that network identification contained in the check-in information exists in one or more network identifications prestored by the first network; otherwise, judging that the network identifier contained in the check-in information does not exist in one or more network identifiers prestored by the self.
Optionally, the check-in information further includes device information of the user device, and when the check-in server determines that the check-in is successful, the method further includes:
and the check-in server searches corresponding user information according to the equipment information of the user equipment and generates check-in data of a corresponding user according to the user information.
Optionally, the check-in information further includes check-in time information, and generating check-in data of the corresponding user according to the user information includes:
and generating check-in data of the corresponding user according to the user information and the check-in time information.
Optionally, the method further comprises: presetting a check-in area in the check-in server;
after the check-in server receives the check-in information, the method further comprises the following steps: the check-in server acquires the position information of the user equipment, judges whether the acquired position information is located in the check-in area, and judges whether the network identification contained in the check-in information meets a preset condition if the acquired position information is located in the check-in area; otherwise, the check-in fails, and the process is finished;
alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
the method further comprises the following steps: presetting a sign-in area in the user equipment;
after the check-in server receives the check-in information, the method further comprises the following steps: the check-in server acquires a preset check-in area in the user equipment and position information of the user equipment, judges whether the position information is located in the check-in area, and judges whether a network identifier contained in the check-in information meets a preset condition if the position information is located in the check-in area; otherwise, judging that the check-in fails, and ending.
In a third aspect, the present invention provides a check-in method based on a wireless network, including:
the user equipment is connected with a wireless network and sends sign-in information including a network identifier of the wireless network to a sign-in server;
the check-in server receives the check-in information; judging whether the network identification contained in the check-in information meets a preset condition or not;
when a preset condition is met, judging that the check-in is successful;
and when the preset condition is not met, judging that the check-in fails.
In a fourth aspect, the present invention provides a device for checking in based on a wireless network, including:
one or more processors, storage devices storing one or more programs;
when the one or more programs are executed by the one or more processors, the one or more processors implement the method as in any of the first and second aspects.
In a fifth aspect, the invention provides a computer-readable storage medium having stored thereon a computer program which, when executed by a processor, performs the method of any of the first and second aspects.
The invention has the advantages that:
according to the invention, the check-in is carried out based on the wireless network, namely the check-in is finished in a form of a wireless network hotspot which is preset by a user equipment connection check-in server and covers a check-in area, on one hand, a attendance card is not required to be issued to a user, the enterprise cost is reduced, and meanwhile, the check-in probability of a representative can be greatly reduced; on the other hand, the user can complete the check-in through a mobile phone and the like which are carried by the user and are provided with the client application, and the terminal equipment with the wireless network connection function can complete the check-in, thereby facilitating the operation of the user and improving the check-in efficiency; on the other hand, the sign-in server is provided with a plurality of wireless network hotspots covering the sign-in area, so that the user equipment does not need to be connected with a certain specific wireless network hotspot, and the problem of sign-in missing caused by the fact that the system is automatically connected with other wireless network hotspots around is avoided.
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FIG. 1 is a flow chart of a wireless network-based check-in method for a UE according to the present invention
FIG. 2 is a flow chart of a wireless network-based check-in method for checking in to a server according to the present invention;
FIG. 3 is a flow chart of a check-in method based on a wireless network according to the present invention;
fig. 4 is a block diagram of a check-in system module based on a wireless network according to the present invention.
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Exemplary embodiments of the present disclosure will be described in more detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings. While exemplary embodiments of the present disclosure are shown in the drawings, it should be understood that the present disclosure may be embodied in various forms and should not be limited to the embodiments set forth herein. Rather, these embodiments are provided so that this disclosure will be thorough and complete, and will fully convey the scope of the disclosure to those skilled in the art.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, there is provided a wireless network-based check-in method for a user equipment, as shown in fig. 1, including:
step 101: the user equipment is connected with the wireless network and sends sign-in information including the network identification of the connected wireless network to the sign-in server, so that the sign-in server judges whether the network identification contained in the sign-in information meets a preset condition or not according to the sign-in information;
step 102: and receiving prompt information whether the check-in is successful or not returned by the check-in server.
Optionally, in the present invention, the user equipment is connected to a wireless network, specifically:
the method comprises the steps that user equipment scans surrounding wireless network hotspots, when trigger information of a target wireless network hotspot selected by a user is received, a corresponding connection password is obtained from a key server through a preset application, and the obtained connection password is used for connecting the target wireless network hotspot;
alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
the user equipment scans surrounding wireless network hotspots, and when trigger information and a corresponding connection password of a target wireless network hotspot selected by a user are received, the target wireless network hotspot is connected.
Further, acquiring a corresponding connection password from the key server through a preset application specifically includes:
sending a connection request of a target wireless network hotspot to a key server through a preset application, wherein the connection request comprises identification information of the target wireless network hotspot;
and the preset application receives a connection response returned by the key server, wherein the connection response comprises a connection password of the target wireless network hotspot.
In the present invention, the sign-in server and the key server may be the same server or different servers, and may be set according to the needs.
According to the embodiment of the invention, after the user equipment is connected to the wireless network, the method further comprises the following steps: generating check-in information containing network identification, check-in time, equipment information of user equipment and the like of the connected wireless network;
wherein, the network identification comprises: the Service Set Identifier (SSID) and/or the BSSID (Basic Service set identifier (MAC address) of the wireless network hotspot connected to the user equipment; the device information of the user equipment is preferably a MAC address of the user equipment.
Preferably, the method further comprises: presetting a sign-in area in user equipment;
correspondingly, when the user equipment is located in the preset check-in area, the user equipment sends check-in information to the check-in server.
According to the invention, the sign-in area is preset in the user equipment, so that the user can sign in only when the user is located in the sign-in area, and the generation of useless sign-in information is avoided.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, there is also provided a wireless network-based check-in method for checking in to a server, as shown in fig. 2, including:
step 201: the check-in server receives check-in information sent by the user equipment, wherein the check-in information comprises a network identifier of a wireless network currently connected with the user equipment;
step 202: the check-in server judges whether the network identification contained in the received check-in information meets a preset condition, and when the preset condition is met, the check-in is judged to be successful; and when the preset condition is not met, judging that the check-in fails.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, in step 202, determining whether the network identifier included in the received check-in information satisfies a preset condition includes:
and B: judging whether a network identifier contained in the received check-in information exists in one or more network identifiers prestored by the mobile terminal, if so, judging that the network identifier contained in the received check-in information meets a preset condition; otherwise, judging that the network identification contained in the received check-in information does not meet the preset condition.
According to the invention, a plurality of wireless network hotspots covering the check-in area and corresponding network identifications are preset in the check-in server, so that the user equipment does not need to be connected with a certain specific wireless network hotspot, and the problem of missed check-in caused by the fact that the system is automatically connected with other wireless network hotspots around is avoided.
Further, in the present invention, when the network identifier includes an SSID and a BSSID of a hotspot of a wireless network to which the user equipment is connected, correspondingly, in step B, it is determined whether a network identifier included in the received check-in information exists in one or more network identifiers pre-stored by the user equipment, which specifically includes:
step A1: judging whether SSIDs contained in the received sign-in information exist in one or more network identifications prestored by the mobile terminal, if so, taking a network of the corresponding SSID prestored by the mobile terminal as a first network, and executing the step A2; otherwise, judging that the network identifier contained in the received check-in information does not exist in one or more network identifiers prestored by the mobile terminal;
step A2: judging whether BSSID corresponding to the first network is consistent with BSSID contained in the received check-in information, if yes, judging that network identification contained in the received check-in information exists in one or more network identifications prestored by the first network; otherwise, judging that the network identifier contained in the received check-in information does not exist in one or more network identifiers prestored by the mobile terminal.
In the invention, the sign-in server compares the SSID and the BSSID contained in the received network identification with the SSID and the BSSID in the network identification pre-stored by the sign-in server, so that whether the received network identification is the preset network identification can be rapidly and accurately judged, and whether the user corresponding to the user equipment signs in successfully can be rapidly judged.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, in step 202, after the check-in server determines that the check-in is successful, the method further includes:
the check-in server searches corresponding user information according to the equipment information contained in the received check-in information, and generates check-in data corresponding to the user according to the searched user information.
The method comprises the following steps of generating sign-in data corresponding to a user according to user information, specifically: and the check-in server generates check-in information corresponding to the user according to the searched user information and the check-in time information contained in the check-in information.
Optionally, the method further comprises: presetting a check-in area in a check-in server;
after the check-in server receives the check-in information, the method further comprises the following steps: the sign-in server acquires the position information of the user equipment, judges whether the acquired position information is located in a preset sign-in area, and judges whether a network identifier contained in the received sign-in information meets a preset condition if the acquired position information is located in the preset sign-in area; otherwise, judging that the check-in fails, and ending;
or;
the method further comprises the following steps: presetting a sign-in area in user equipment;
after the check-in server receives the check-in information, the method further comprises the following steps: the sign-in server acquires a preset sign-in area in the user equipment and position information of the user equipment, judges whether the acquired position information is located in the acquired sign-in area, and judges whether a network identifier contained in the received sign-in information meets a preset condition if the acquired position information is located in the acquired sign-in area; otherwise, judging that the check-in fails, and ending.
In combination with the above, the present invention further provides a check-in method based on a wireless network, as shown in fig. 3, including:
step 301: the user equipment is connected with the wireless network and sends sign-in information including a network identifier of the connected wireless network to the sign-in server;
specifically, the user equipment is connected with a wireless network and sends sign-in information including a network identifier of the connected wireless network, a self equipment identifier, sign-in time and the like to a sign-in server;
for example, the device information (i.e., MCA address) is 3 c: 16: c 2: and ea: 1 e: 3a, when a network identifier "SSID 123456, BSSID 15: 3 a: c 4: and ea: 2 e: 14 ", the wireless network generates a packet containing the own device information 3 c: 16: c 2: and ea: 1 e: 3a, network identification "SSID 123456, BSSID 15: 3 a: c 4: and ea: 2 e: 14', the check-in information of the check-in time 8:30 and the like is sent to the check-in server;
step 302: the check-in server receives the check-in information, judges whether the network identification contained in the check-in information meets the preset condition, and judges that the check-in is successful when the preset condition is met; and when the preset condition is not met, judging that the check-in fails.
Specifically, the check-in server receives the check-in information, judges whether the network identifier contained in the received check-in information exists in one or more network identifiers prestored by the check-in server, and judges that the network identifier contained in the check-in information meets a preset condition if the network identifier contained in the check-in information exists; otherwise, judging that the network identification contained in the check-in information does not meet the preset condition;
for example, the network identifier pre-stored by the check-in server itself is "SSID is 123456, BSSID is 15: 3 a: c 4: and ea: 2 e: 14 "," SSID 123456, BSSID 20: 3 a: c 4: and ea: 2 e: 14 "," SSID 123678, BSSID 21: 34: c 4: and ea: 2 e: 15 'and the check-in server judges that each network identifier pre-stored by the check-in server contains' SSID is 123456, BSSID is 15: 3 a: c 4: and ea: 2 e: 14 ", and determining that the user corresponding to the user equipment signs in successfully.
Specifically, for example, the check-in server may first determine whether a network having an SSID of 123456 is included in the network identifier stored in the check-in server, and if so, further determine whether a BSSID of "15: 3 a: c 4: and ea: 2 e: 14 ", if yes, the user corresponding to the user equipment is judged to have successfully checked in.
Further, after the check-in server determines that the check-in is successful, the method further includes: the check-in server searches corresponding user information according to the equipment information contained in the check-in information, and generates check-in data of corresponding users according to the searched user information and the check-in time contained in the check-in information;
for example, the check-in server performs the check-in process according to the device information "3 c: 16: c 2: and ea: 1 e: 3a finding out the corresponding user Zhang-one and generating the check-in data of Zhang-one and check-in time 8: 30.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, there is also provided a check-in system based on a wireless network, as shown in fig. 4, including: user device 400 and check-in server 500;
user equipment 400, comprising:
a connection module 401, configured to connect to a wireless network;
a first transmitting module 402 for transmitting the check-in information to the check-in server 500 after the connection module 401 connects to the wireless network;
a first receiving module 403, configured to receive a prompt message returned by the check-in server 500 to determine whether the check-in is successful
The check-in server 500 includes:
a second receiving module 501, configured to receive check-in information sent by the user equipment 400;
the first determining module 502 is configured to determine whether the network identifier included in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501 meets a preset condition;
the sign-in module 503 is configured to sign in when the first determining module 502 determines that the network identifier included in the sign-in information received by the second receiving module 501 meets a preset condition.
Optionally, the user equipment 400 further includes: a scanning module and a third receiving module, wherein:
the scanning module is used for scanning surrounding wireless network hotspots;
the third receiving module is used for receiving trigger information of selecting a target wireless network hotspot by a user;
correspondingly, the connection module 401 is specifically configured to: when the third receiving module receives trigger information of a target wireless network hotspot selected by a user, acquiring a corresponding connection password from the key server through a preset application, and connecting the target wireless network hotspot by using the acquired connection password;
alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
the scanning module is used for scanning surrounding wireless network hotspots;
the third receiving module is used for receiving the trigger information of the target wireless network hotspot selected by the user and the corresponding connection password;
correspondingly, the connection module 401 is specifically configured to: and when the third receiving module receives the trigger information of the target wireless network hotspot selected by the user and the corresponding connection password, connecting the target wireless network hotspot.
Preferably, according to the embodiment of the present invention, the user equipment 400 further includes: a first setting module;
the first setting module is used for presetting a check-in area;
correspondingly, the first sending module 402 is specifically configured to: when the user equipment is located in the check-in area set by the first setting module, sending check-in information to the check-in server 500;
optionally, the check-in server 500 further includes: the second sets up module, first acquisition module and second and judges the module, wherein:
the second setting module is used for presetting a check-in area;
a first obtaining module, configured to obtain location information of the user equipment when the second receiving module 501 receives the check-in information sent by the user equipment 400;
the second judgment module is used for judging whether the position information acquired by the first acquisition module is located in a check-in area preset by the second setting module;
correspondingly, the first determining module 502 is specifically configured to: when the second judging module judges that the position information acquired by the first acquiring module is located in the check-in area preset by the second setting module, whether the network identifier contained in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501 meets the preset condition is judged;
alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
the check-in server 500 further includes: the second obtains module and third judgement module, wherein:
a second obtaining module, configured to obtain a preset check-in area in the user equipment 400 and location information of the user equipment 400 when the second receiving module 501 receives the check-in information sent by the user equipment 400;
the third judging module is used for judging whether the position information acquired by the second acquiring module is located in the acquired check-in area;
correspondingly, the first determining module 502 is specifically configured to: when the third determining module determines that the location information acquired by the second acquiring module is located in the acquired check-in area, it is determined whether the network identifier included in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 401 meets a preset condition.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, the first determining module 502 is specifically configured to:
judging whether a network identifier contained in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501 exists in one or more network identifiers prestored in the check-in server 500, if so, judging that the network identifier contained in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501 meets a preset condition; otherwise, it is determined that the network identifier included in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501 does not satisfy the preset condition.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, when the network identifier includes an SSID and a BSSID of a hotspot of a wireless network to which the user equipment 400 is connected, the first determining module 502 specifically includes: the first judges the submodule, as submodule and second and judges the submodule, wherein:
a first determining sub-module, configured to determine whether there is an SSID contained in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501, in SSIDs contained in one or more network identifiers pre-stored by the check-in server 500;
the sub-module is configured to, when the first determining sub-module determines that the SSID contained in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501 exists in SSIDs contained in one or more network identifiers prestored in the check-in server 500, use a network corresponding to the SSID prestored in the server 500 as the first network;
the second judgment submodule is configured to judge whether BSSID contained in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501 exists in BSSID corresponding to the first network obtained as the submodule, and if yes, judge that network identifier contained in the check-in information exists in one or more network identifiers prestored in the check-in server 500; otherwise, it is determined that the network identifier included in the check-in information does not exist in one or more network identifiers pre-stored in the check-in server 500.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, the check-in module 503 specifically further includes: a search submodule and a generation submodule, wherein:
the search submodule is used for searching corresponding user information according to the equipment information contained in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501 when the first judging module 502 judges that the check-in is successful;
the generating submodule is used for generating sign-in information of a corresponding user according to the user information searched by the searching submodule;
according to an embodiment of the present invention, the generating sub-module is specifically configured to: and generating the check-in information corresponding to the user according to the user information searched by the searching submodule and the check-in time information contained in the check-in information received by the second receiving module 501.
Further, in combination with the above, the present invention also provides a wireless network check-in based device, comprising one or more processors, a storage device storing one or more programs; when the one or more programs are executed by the one or more processors, the one or more processors implement the steps of the user check-in method as described above.
Still further in combination with the above, the present invention also provides a computer readable storage medium comprising a computer program for use in conjunction with the above apparatus, the computer program being executable by a processor to perform the steps of the wireless network based check-in method as described above.
According to the invention, the check-in is carried out based on the wireless network, namely the check-in is finished in a form of a wireless network hotspot which is preset by a user equipment connection check-in server and covers a check-in area, on one hand, a attendance card is not required to be issued to a user, the enterprise cost is reduced, and meanwhile, the check-in probability of a representative can be greatly reduced; on the other hand, the user can complete the check-in through a mobile phone and the like which are carried by the user and are provided with the client application, and the terminal equipment with the wireless network connection function can complete the check-in, thereby facilitating the operation of the user and improving the check-in efficiency; on the other hand, the server is provided with a plurality of wireless network hotspots covering the check-in area, so that the user equipment does not need to be connected with a certain specific wireless network hotspot, and the problem of check-in missing caused by the fact that the system is automatically connected with other wireless network hotspots around is avoided.
The above description is only for the preferred embodiment of the present invention, but the scope of the present invention is not limited thereto, and any changes or substitutions that can be easily conceived by those skilled in the art within the technical scope of the present invention are included in the scope of the present invention. Therefore, the protection scope of the present invention shall be subject to the protection scope of the appended claims.

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1. A wireless network-based check-in method for a user equipment side is characterized by comprising the following steps:
presetting a sign-in area in the user equipment;
the user equipment is connected with a wireless network;
when the user equipment is located in the preset check-in area, the user equipment generates and sends check-in information including the network identification of the wireless network to a check-in server, so that the check-in server judges whether the network identification contained in the check-in information meets preset conditions or not according to the check-in information;
receiving prompt information whether the check-in is successful or not returned by the check-in server;
the user equipment is connected with a wireless network, and specifically comprises the following steps:
the method comprises the steps that user equipment scans surrounding wireless network hotspots, when trigger information of a target wireless network hotspot selected by a user is received, a corresponding connection password is obtained from a key server through a preset application, and the obtained connection password is used for connecting the target wireless network hotspot;
alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
the user equipment scans surrounding wireless network hotspots, and when trigger information and a corresponding connection password of a target wireless network hotspot selected by a user are received, the target wireless network hotspot is connected.
2. The method according to claim 1, wherein the obtaining the corresponding connection password from the key server through the preset application specifically includes:
sending a connection request of the target wireless network hotspot to a key server through a preset application, wherein the connection request comprises identification information of the target wireless network hotspot;
and the preset application receives a connection response returned by the key server, wherein the connection response comprises a connection password of the target wireless network hotspot.
3. A wireless network-based check-in method for a check-in server side is characterized by comprising the following steps:
receiving check-in information sent by user equipment, wherein the check-in information is generated by the user equipment when the user equipment is located in a preset check-in area and comprises a network identifier of a wireless network currently connected with the user equipment;
judging whether the network identification contained in the check-in information meets a preset condition or not;
when a preset condition is met, judging that the check-in is successful;
when the preset condition is not met, judging that the check-in fails;
presetting a check-in area in the check-in server;
after the check-in server receives the check-in information, the method further comprises the following steps: the check-in server acquires the position information of the user equipment, judges whether the acquired position information is located in the check-in area, and judges whether the network identification contained in the check-in information meets a preset condition if the acquired position information is located in the check-in area; otherwise, the check-in fails, and the process is finished;
alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
the method further comprises the following steps: presetting a sign-in area in the user equipment;
after the check-in server receives the check-in information, the method further comprises the following steps: the check-in server acquires a preset check-in area in the user equipment and position information of the user equipment, judges whether the position information is located in the check-in area, and judges whether a network identifier contained in the check-in information meets a preset condition if the position information is located in the check-in area; otherwise, judging that the check-in fails, and ending.
4. The method according to claim 3, wherein the determining whether the network identifier included in the check-in information satisfies a preset condition specifically includes:
judging whether one or more network identifiers pre-stored by the mobile terminal exist in the check-in information or not, if so, judging that the network identifiers contained in the check-in information meet preset conditions; otherwise, judging that the network identification contained in the check-in information does not meet the preset condition.
5. The method of claim 4, wherein the network identification comprises: SSID and/or BSSID of a wireless network hotspot connected with the user equipment;
when the network identifier includes an SSID and a BSSID of a wireless network hotspot connected to the user equipment, the determining whether a network identifier included in the check-in information exists in one or more network identifiers pre-stored by the user equipment specifically includes:
step A1: judging whether SSIDs contained in the check-in information exist in one or more preset SSIDs contained in the network identification, if so, taking the network of the corresponding SSID prestored in the network as a first network, and executing the step A2; otherwise, judging that the network identifier contained in the check-in information does not exist in one or more network identifiers prestored by the mobile terminal;
step A2: judging whether BSSID corresponding to the first network is consistent with BSSID contained in the check-in information, if yes, judging that network identification contained in the check-in information exists in one or more network identifications prestored by the first network; otherwise, judging that the network identifier contained in the check-in information does not exist in one or more network identifiers prestored by the self.
6. The method of claim 3, wherein the check-in information further comprises device information of the user device, and when the check-in server determines that the check-in is successful, further comprising:
and the check-in server searches corresponding user information according to the equipment information of the user equipment and generates check-in data of a corresponding user according to the user information.
7. The method of claim 6, wherein the check-in information further includes check-in time information, and wherein generating check-in data for the corresponding user according to the user information comprises:
and generating check-in data of the corresponding user according to the user information and the check-in time information.
8. A wireless network based check-in device, comprising:
one or more processors, storage devices storing one or more programs;
the one or more programs, when executed by the one or more processors, implement the method of any of claims 1-7.
9. A computer-readable storage medium, on which a computer program is stored, which, when being executed by a processor, carries out the method according to any one of claims 1 to 7.
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