User Guide for the CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine, 2.5
Naming Guidelines
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Naming Guidelines

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Naming Guidelines


Naming Guidelines


This appendix provides information about:

Naming Rules for Users and Roles.

Naming Rules for Names and Descriptions.

Naming Rules for Users and Roles

Table A-1 lists the rules for usernames, passwords, and roles.

Table A-1 Allowable Characters for Users and Roles

Type
Rules

User Name

No more than 32 characters.

Case sensitive.

Except for the full stop/period (.) and dash (-), the characters from Table A-2

User Password

5-8 characters.

Case sensitive.

Any alphanumeric character and the underscore.

Role

No more than 32 characters.

Case sensitive.

Any character from Table A-2.


Naming Rules for Names and Descriptions

Table A-2 lists the allowable characters for names and descriptions. The number of characters allowed are:

Names—no more than 64 characters allowed


Note Each job name (configuration, firmware, or AP radio scan) must be unique.


Descriptions—no more than 256 characters allowed


Note Do not use the Enter key in any Description fields.


Table A-2 Allowable Characters for Names and Descriptions 

Character Description
Characters

alphanumeric—upper and lower case

a123b, A123B

space

 

exclamation mark

!

percent sign

%

left and right parenthesis

( )

asterisk

*

comma

,

hyphen, dash, minus

Note Not to be used for users and roles usernames

-

full stop (period)

Note Not to be used for users and roles usernames.

.

solidus (forward slash)

/

colon

:

semicolon

;

equals

=

question mark

?

low line (underscore)

_

left and right square bracket

[ ]

left and right curly bracket

{ }

vertical line

|

tilde

~

dollar sign

$