||Verify that you can ping the
Mobility Services Engine.
> Mobility Services to display the Mobility Services
||From the Select a command
drop-down list, choose Add
Engine, and click
Name text box, enter a name for the Mobility Services Engine.
||In the IP Address text box,
enter the IP address of the Mobility Services Engine.
||(Optional) In the
Name text box, enter the name of the Mobility Services Engine
text boxes, enter the username and password for the Mobility Services Engine.
This refers to the Prime
Infrastructure communication username and password created during the setup
If you have not specified the
username and password during the setup process, use the defaults.
The default username and
password are both
If you changed the username
and password during the automatic installation script, enter those values here.
If you did not change the default passwords, we recommend that you rerun the
automatic installation script and change the username and password.
HTTPS check box to allow
communication between the Mobility Services Engine and third-party
applications. By default, the Prime Infrastructure uses HTTPSs to communicate
with the MSE.
Delete synchronized service
assignments check box if you want to permanently remove all service
assignments from the Mobility Services Engine.
This option is applicable for
network designs, wired switches, controllers and event definitions. The
existing location history data is retained, however, you must use manual
service assignments to perform any future location calculations.
Next. The Prime
Infrastructure automatically synchronizes the selected elements with the MSE.
After the synchronization,
the MSE License Summary page appears. You can use the MSE License Summary page
to install a license, add a license, remove a license, install an activation
license, and install service license. The Select Mobility Service page appears.
||To enable a service on the
Mobility Services Engine, select the check box next to the service. Services
include Context-Aware Service and wIPS.
You can choose CAS to track
clients, rogues, interferers, wired clients, and tags.
Tag Engine to track tags.
After adding a new Mobility
Services Engine, you can synchronize network designs (campus, building, and
outdoor maps), controllers, switches (Catalyst Series 3000 only), and event
groups on the local Mobility Services Engine using the Prime Infrastructure.
You can perform this synchronization immediately after adding a new Mobility
Services Engine or at a later time. To synchronize the local and the Prime
Infrastructure databases, see
Synchronizing Mobility Services Engines.