The service detects wireless network access and redirects attempts at internet connection to the user's home network, with login credentials supplied there. Upon successful authentication, the user can access internet resources via a home network, connecting over other wireless networks, needing credentials only for the home network.
API methods support submission of login credentials for access at the home network along with a "radio resource" request that gives access to reach that network via a remote wireless access point. Methods automatically throttle traffic from the new connection to ensure that it doesn't interfere with the primary function of the access point to serve its own home network.
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