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7210 - Assigning Time Ranges

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  • 1.  7210 - Assigning Time Ranges

    Posted Dec 07, 2021 12:04 PM
    Hi all,

    We have a guest network that is accessible from 0601 - 1700, and a night network accessible from 1701 until 0600.

    My supervisor would like to consolidate this to one guest network available all of the time.

    Going through the documentation, I understand how to make time ranges, but not how to apply them.

    Could someone please help me understand? I am trying to configure an Aruba 7210 running 6.5.4.20. Thank you!

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    Christopher Cate
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  • 2.  RE: 7210 - Assigning Time Ranges

    Posted Dec 07, 2021 03:23 PM
    You would apply this in the Virtual-AP Profile for that WLAN. See Below. You can also create custom time ranges in the CLI like so:

    time-range periodic night-hours
        weekday 18:01 to 23:59
        weekday 00:00 to 07:59
    !
    time-range periodic working-hours
        weekday 08:00 to 18:00


    https://community.arubanetworks.com/browse/articles/blogviewer?blogkey=aea9f369-3a92-492d-973f-c9f8f672ffb8


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    What does the controller and AP do when the deny time range is set on the controller? A: Deny time range in Virtual AP profile limits the access to the network based on the time specified. This feature is useful when in a particular network you want to restrict access to any resources after working hours or during weekends.
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