Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide, Release 7.4
Configuring Maximum Local Database Entries
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Configuring Maximum Local Database Entries

Configuring Maximum Local Database Entries

Information About Configuring Maximum Local Database Entries

You can configure the controller to specify the maximum number of local database entries used for storing user authentication information. The database entries include local management users (including lobby ambassadors), local network users (including guest users), MAC filter entries, exclusion list entries, and access point authorization list entries. Together they cannot exceed the configured maximum value.

Configuring Maximum Local Database Entries (GUI)


    Step 1   Choose Security > AAA > General to open the General page.
    Step 2   In the Maximum Local Database Entries text box, enter a value for the maximum number of entries that can be added to the local database the next time the controller reboots. The currently configured value appears in parentheses to the right of the text box. The valid range is 512 to 2048, and the default setting is 2048.

    The Number of Entries, Already Used text box shows the number of entries currently in the database.

    Step 3   Click Apply to commit your changes.
    Step 4   Click Save Configuration to save your settings.

    Configuring Maximum Local Database Entries (CLI)


      Step 1   Specify the maximum number of entries that can be added to the local database the next time the controller reboots by entering this command:

      config database size max_entries

      Step 2   Save your changes by entering this command:

      save config

      Step 3   View the maximum number of database entries and the current database contents by entering this command: show database summary