Controller Based WLANs

How to create a Time Range Restriction to the Users?

by on ‎03-04-2015 02:59 AM

Using the GUI:

To Configure Time range restriction, follow these steps,

1)   Navigate to Configuration > Security > Access control > Time ranges > Click Add and Enter the name.
 
 2)  Select the type as Periodic if you need the time-range on periodic basis or select Absolute based on the requirements and Mention the time range then Click on Add and apply.

 

 

 

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3)   Navigate to Configuration > Security >Firewall Policies>Add a New Policy and Enter a name.
 
4)   Then create a policy, Map the created Time range profile then Click on Add and apply

 

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5)   Navigate to Configuration > Security >User Role > Add a new user role and Enter a name.
 
6)   Add the created policy to the user role from the configured policy then Click on Add and apply.

 

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7)   Navigate to Security > Authentication > AAA Profiles > Add the New profile and Enter the name.
 
8)   Click on the Created AAA Profile and Map the User roles based up on the authentication and then click on Apply.

 

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9)   Map the Created AAA Profile to the Existing VAP and then apply.

 

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Comments
RockyMountainHigh

Hello, does this apply to IAP? I can't seem to find these options on my IAP management window. Thank you.

Hi ,

very good tuto , you can also apply a deny time range directly to the VAP Profile, but in this case we select the deny time and not the permit time

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Hi ,

 

Please refer to the following link for applying time-range on IAP.

 

http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Controller-less-WLANs/Time-Range-Profile-on-IAP-from-4-2-1-firmware/ta-p/260889

 

 

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