Local Net Users
to open the Local Net Users page.
If you want to delete an
existing user, hover your cursor over the blue drop-down arrow for that user
||Perform one of
To edit an existing local
network user, click the username for that user. The Local Net Users > Edit
To add a local network user, click
Local Net Users > New page appears.
||If you are adding a new user, enter a username for the
local user in the
Name text box. You can enter up to 49 alphanumeric characters.
Local network usernames must
be unique because they are all stored in the same database.
Password text boxes, enter a password for the local user. You can
enter up to 49 alphanumeric characters.
||If you are adding a new user, select the
User check box if you want to limit the amount of time that the
user has access to the local network. The default setting is unselected.
||If you are adding a new user and you selected the
User check box, enter the amount of time (in seconds) that the
guest user account is to remain active in the Lifetime text box. The valid
range is 60 to 2,592,000 seconds (30 days) inclusive, and the default setting
is 86,400 seconds.
||If you are adding a new user, you selected the
User check box, and you want to assign a QoS role to this guest
user, select the
Guest User Role check
box. The default setting is unselected.
If you do not assign a QoS
role to a guest user, the bandwidth contracts for this user are defined in the
QoS profile for the WLAN.
you are adding a new user and you selected the
User Role check box, choose the QoS role that you want to assign to
this guest user from the Role drop-down list.
||From the WLAN Profile drop-down list, choose the name of
the WLAN that is to be accessed by the local user. If you choose
Any WLAN, which
is the default setting, the user can access any of the configured WLANs.
||If you are
deleting a WLAN associated with network users, then the system prompts you to
delete all network users associated with the WLAN before deleting the WLAN
Description text box, enter a descriptive title for
the local user (such as “User 1”).
Apply to commit your changes.
Configuration to save your changes.