01-13-2014 06:46 AM
Our current process to add IAP's to our Airwave server is by adding just a 4 character site code to the Organization string. This creates the equivalent folder and group in Airwave.
As we have a lot of sites, this flat folder hierarchy is starting to become a bit unmanageable.
What I'd like to be able to do is the following.
Assume site code is WXYZ.
When I add a new IAP top Airwave, I would liek the following to happen:
Create a configuration group called "WXYZ"
Create a new subfolder under folder "Europe" called "WXYZ"
Is it possible to do this using the Organization string syntaxes and if so, how.
01-13-2014 08:09 AM
You can do this with the Org String / opt 43. By separating strings with a colon you are telling AirWave that it is a sub-folder.
top folder:sub-folder,Awave IP, secret
Be sure there are no spaces. You can have the same config across all folders or different configs for each folder.
01-14-2014 03:02 AM
I tried this using the Instant Gui, but the problem is is that if I use the following Org string for example:
A folder called WXYZ gets created as a subfolder of EMEA, which is what I want.
But, a Group also gets created called EMEA. Which is not what I want, I need a group created called WXYZ as we use a template per site for deploying our IAP's.
Is there anyway to make this work ?
01-14-2014 10:26 AM
At the moment, that's how it's designed. It'd be a feature request to change the existing behavior for groups.
Senior QA Engineer - Network Services
Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company