Configurable Object Icons

These icons represent configurable items within the UI.

GUID-D7241FA2-3002-45DF-BBE9-783A64370F21-low.png Device Configuration – Represents a configuration file supporting a device category (access point, wireless controller etc.).
GUID-BA6E6A69-1341-4AE7-8A69-ED4D71DB4423-low.png Auto Provisioning Policy – Represents a provisioning policy. Provisioning policies are a set of configuration parameters that define how access points and wireless clients are adopted and their management configuration supplied.
GUID-13C0C7E4-9E62-4546-B579-5DF98068ACC1-low.png Critical Resource Policy – States a critical resource policy has been applied. Critical resources are resources whose availability is essential to the network. If any of these resources is unavailable, an administrator is notified.
GUID-9C918A48-1316-424B-9245-B6252A391B45-low.png Wireless LANs – States an action impacting a managed WLAN has occurred.
GUID-3D46CB72-C06E-4FE3-A803-C528E4D57C7B-low.png WLAN QoS Policy – States a quality of service policy (QoS) configuration has been impacted.
GUID-C3A198B4-3D23-4FCF-B0E4-2A8BF0BD73B2-low.png Radio QoS Policy – Indicates a radio‘s QoS configuration has been impacted.
GUID-B04CCCDA-BE1B-432E-92EC-31DCDD8F1F16-low.png AAA Policy – Indicates an Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) policy has been impacted. AAA policies define RADIUS authentication and accounting parameters.
GUID-7CE93B93-22B9-4E5E-B30C-1D0D0D88D026-low.png Association ACL – Indicates an Access Control List (ACL) configuration has been impacted. An ACL is a set of configuration parameters either allowing or denying access to network resources.
GUID-5CAF98ED-DAB4-4C44-AF80-DA1E89054888-low.png Smart RF Policy – States a Smart RF policy has been impacted. Smart RF enables neighboring access point radios to take over for an access point radio if it becomes unavailable. This is accomplished by increasing the power of radios on nearby access points to compensate for the coverage hole created by the non-functioning access point.
GUID-12B07B3C-29C6-460E-8071-38B0CF6F65D4-low.png Profile – States a device profile configuration has been impacted. A profile is a collection of configuration parameters used to configure a device or a feature.
GUID-A56D9917-D680-47E7-8614-34B3A10A7797-low.png Bridging Policy – Indicates a bridging policy configuration has been impacted. A bridging policy defines which VLANs are bridged, and how local VLANs are bridged between the wired and wireless sides of the network.
GUID-2D00BD58-02EE-4D2A-AE21-381BFD9F3577-low.png RF Domain – States an RF Domain configuration has been impacted.
GUID-27B1B6F4-6990-4639-AA5C-D17073867159-low.png Firewall Policy – Indicates a firewall policy has been impacted. Firewalls provide a barrier that prevents unauthorized access to resources while allowing authorized access to external and internal resources.
GUID-E03949CB-9FFB-49EA-996F-8C76BCE3F1AC-low.png IP Firewall Rules – Indicates an IP firewall rule has been applied. An IP based firewall rule implements restrictions based on the IP address in a received packet.
GUID-2BAC8DE3-CE76-44E6-BB93-AFEFFC2C9A39-low.png MAC Firewall Rules – States a MAC based firewall rule has been applied. A MAC based firewall rule implements network allowance restrictions based on the MAC address in a received data packet.
GUID-05F04E1B-F5D4-49CB-A9C5-78925C47DBCD-low.png Wireless Client Role – Indicates a wireless client role has been applied to a managed client. The role could be either sensor or client.
GUID-EA452D18-4BDA-4532-97AD-7EECD019166C-low.png WIPS Policy – States the conditions of a WIPS policy have been invoked. WIPS prevents unauthorized access to the network by checking for (and removing) rogue access points and wireless clients.
GUID-FB420A6B-11F8-4721-A039-9343D2B64FC6-low.png Device Categorization – Indicates a device categorization policy has been applied. This is used by the intrusion prevention system to categorize access points or wireless clients as either sanctioned or unsanctioned devices. This enables devices to bypass the intrusion prevention system.
GUID-D0E404C9-FB47-4CFA-9250-4BDA981637BB-low.png Captive Portals – States a captive portal is being applied. Captive portal is used to provide temporary controller, service platform or access point access to requesting wireless clients.
GUID-D7DF83F4-9A6B-4CEB-AEA1-C24AB3CA634A-low.png DNS Whitelist – A DNS whitelist is used in conjunction with captive portal to provide access to requesting wireless clients.
GUID-30E39151-1791-4519-A95E-DCE845FA3029-low.png DHCP Server Policy – Indicates a DHCP server policy is being applied. DHCP provides IP addresses to wireless clients. A DHCP server policy configures how DHCP provides IP addresses.
GUID-C7366793-A361-4768-885D-B620B0EF19BF-low.png RADIUS Group – Indicates the configuration of RADIUS group has been defined and applied. A RADIUS group is a collection of RADIUS users with the same set of permissions.
GUID-FE17E82F-3442-4428-83EE-6BC4B31E71F7-low.png RADIUS User Pools – States a RADIUS user pool has been applied. RADIUS user pools are a set of IP addresses that can be assigned to an authenticated RADIUS user.
GUID-DA96E15B-503B-478F-895E-D45B7842F725-low.png RADIUS Server Policy – Indicates a RADIUS server policy has been applied. A RADIUS server policy is a set of configuration attributes used when a RADIUS server is configured for AAA.
GUID-88C95E73-F605-41F4-B9CC-6FBCA183D0B4-low.png Management Policy – Indicates a management policy has been applied. Management policies configure access control, authentication, traps and administrator permissions.
GUID-87F8AD32-475C-46E3-A46B-5CD6B1BB6342-low.png BGP Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is an inter-ISP routing protocol which establishes routing between ISPs. ISPs use BGP to exchange routing and reachability information between Autonomous Systems (AS) on the Internet. BGP makes routing decisions based on paths, network policies and/or rules configured by network administrators.