07-28-2014 08:04 PM
We got a problem here. one generic user id is being used to connect to wifi. We need to block that particular ID from connecting to wifi. Is there any way we can block a "user id" used to connecting to wifi?
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07-28-2014 08:06 PM
07-28-2014 08:08 PM
Yes, we have radius server and also its an AD account.
We need to block a particular user id from connecting to wifi alone. This id is being used by a group of people for desktops.
07-28-2014 08:11 PM
08-18-2014 07:35 AM
In the Instant UI
1. Click the Security link from the top right corner of the Instant main window.
2. Click the Blacklisting tab.
3. Under the Manual Blacklisting, click New .
4. Enter the MAC address of the client to be blacklisted in the MAC address to add text box.
5. Click OK. The Blacklisted Since tab displays the time at which the current blacklisting has started for the client.
6. To delete a client from the manual blacklist, select the MAC Address of the client under the Manual Blacklisting,
and then click Delete.
In the CLI
To blacklist a client:
(Instant Access Point)(config)# blacklist-client <MAC-Address> (Instant Access Point)(config)# end (Instant Access Point)# commit apply
To view the blacklisted clients:
(Instant Access Point)# show blacklist-client
08-18-2014 07:39 AM
Thank you for sharing the steps for blacklisting the client.
But my question is, is there any possibilities to block a particular user account.
We have one generic user account, people are using this account to access the wifi. Interns, we are clueless to identify the user who is utilising more BW. We would like to block this particular "Generic Account" from connecting to wifi.
Is there any possible way in IAP that we can restrict access via a specific user account?