08-18-2013 09:48 PM - edited 08-18-2013 09:49 PM
I want to know, in the value portion , may i have to provide the mac address of the client here else i have to provide the mac address of the AP ?
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08-19-2013 02:21 AM - edited 08-19-2013 02:24 AM
What type of condition i have to select here ?
there are many options related to the condition and wat is the purpose of all individuals ? What is the purpose of after selecting individuals ?
Contians = prupose
Not Equal =
Yes, that should be BSSID of the AP and not the user.
08-19-2013 04:19 AM
For you case, you may need to choose "contains" to put in the mac adress of the AP`s BSSID to take care.
Here are the list of condition we have..
The purpose of having this option is to optimize and for flexibility. Say for example " you have the specific list of device "oui" wants them on specfic role; you may needs to choose the conditions "starts with" where all the devices ,matching or starting with that specific OUI will be placed on the role appropriately. Similarly if you want the exact match of mac address you may need to go for "equals". These options basilly gives us more customization to define the rules.
(Aruba) (user-rule) #set role condition bssid ?
contains Check if attribute -contains- the operand value
ends-with Check if attribute -ends-with- the operand value
equals Check if attribute -equals- the operand value
not-equals Check if attribute -not-equals- the operand value
starts-with Check if attribute -starts-with- the operand value
08-19-2013 05:40 AM
One thing i want to understand, after selecting the "role" then "BSSID" then "condition" then in the " value" portion whether we have to enter the MAC-address of the AP or something else...
Too much confuse... kindly help me in this regard.