Create or manage a passpoint policy.
The Configuration dashboard opens.
|HESSID||Select to apply a homogenous ESS ID. Leaving this option blank applies the BSSID instead|
|Internet||Select to activate Internet access to users of the passpoint hotspot|
|OSU SSID||Define a 32 character maximum sign-on ID that must be correctly provided to access the passpoint policy‘s hotspot resources|
|Domain Name||Add a 255-character maximum domain name to the pool available to the passpoint policy|
|Roam Consort||Provide a 0 to 255 character roaming consortium number. A roaming consort number is sent as roaming consortium information in a hotspot query response|
|IPv4 Address Type||Select the IPv4 formatted address type for this passpoint policy. IPv4 is a connectionless protocol operating on a best effort delivery model. IPv4 does not guarantee delivery or assures proper sequencing or avoidance of duplicate delivery (unlike TCP). Options include not-available, available, and unknown|
|IPv6 Address Type||Select the IPv6 formatted address type for this passpoint policy. IPv6 is the latest revision of the Internet Protocol (IP) designed to replace IPv4. IPV6 provides enhanced identification and location information for computers on networks routing traffic across the Internet. Options include not-available, available, and unknown|
|Access Network Type||Select the network access method for this passpoint
policy. Access network types include:
|Venue Group||Passpoint is supported across a wide range of wireless network deployment scenarios and client devices. Select the group type best suited to the majority of hotspot requestors utilizing the passpoint policy‘s unique configuration|
|Venue Name Lang||Select Add and provide a venue
name language code and name
|Venue Type||Select the venue type value between 0 and 255 best suited to where the actual location passpoint requestors are located|
|Venue Name||The administrator assigned name of the venue or physical location of the deployed access point hotspot|
|Up Speed||Select to activate this option and estimate the maximum upstream bandwidth from 0 to 4,294,967,295 Kbps|
|Down Speed||Select to activate this option and estimate the maximum downstream bandwidth from 0 to 4,294,967,295 Kbps|
TipThe best practice is to deactivate unused interfaces to close unnecessary security holes.
|Operator Name||Provide the unique name of the administrator or operator responsible for the configuration and management or the hotspot. The name cannot exceed 64 characters|
|Operator Name Lang||Operator names can be listed in multiple languages. Select Add to create operator name languages. Type the two- or three-character ISO-14962-1997 encoded string that defines the language used in the Code field. Type the name of the operator in the Name field. The name cannot exceed 252 characters|
|PLMNID||Operators providing mobile and Wi-Fi hotspot services have a unique Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) ID. Select Add to create PLMN information for operators responsible for the configuration and operation of the hotspot. Provide a description for the PLMN, not exceeding 64 characters. Type a three-digit Mobile Country Code (MCC) and two-digit Mobile Network Code (MNC) for the PLMN ID. The MCC identifies the region and country where the hotspot is deployed. The MNC identifies the operator responsible for the configuration and management of the hotspot by PLMN ID and country. Both the MCC and MNC fields are mandatory|