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FortiAP Cloud User Guide

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FortiAP Cloud UI overview

This section covers the following UI topics:

FortiAP Cloud Home page

To perform the following tasks, click My Account.

- Adding a user to a FortiAP Cloud account

- Changing the password of a FortiAP Cloud account

- Enabling two-factor authentication for FortiAP Cloud

- Removing a user from a FortiAP Cloud account

- Activating the multi-tenancy feature

 

To access the FortiAP Cloud documentation, click Product Documentation.

 

To send comments to Fortinet, click Feedback.

 

To access a different account, click Switch Account.

To add a FortiAP device to FortiAP Cloud, click Inventory and then import the key. For details, see Adding a FortiAP device to FortiAP Cloud with a key.

To view statistics and visualization for the overall network and subsequent levels such as AP, radio, client, and SSIDs. Hover over these charts to view details.

This list shows FortiAP networks. To access a FortiAP network, click the network name. A separate tab opens for that FortiAP network. See FortiAP Cloud Network page.

To rename or delete a FortiAP Cloud network or view its time zone (locale), click Actions.

FortiAP Cloud Network page

Multiple FortiAP devices can be managed within a FortiAP network. For example, an office environment that has multiple floors could have a FortiAP network for each floor managing its own set of AP devices.

For information about adding a FortiAP network, see Adding a FortiAP network to FortiAP Cloud.

The following image shows an example of the FortiAP Cloud Network page:

 

The following table describes the menus available on the FortiAP Cloud Network page:

Menu

Description

Monitor

Displays a dashboard with a view of all managed APs including up time, client details, usage statistics, and rogue APs that may be in your environment.

Access Points

Displays the status of APs. Allows tasks such as configuration and upgrade. You can also capture packets and observe live network traffic on an AP.

Configure

Provides sub-menus to add and configure wireless service set identifiers (SSID) including platform profiles, AP tags, MAC access control and more. You can also enable Bonjour Relay and FortiPresence.

Logs

Provides logs for events in the following categories: wireless, antivirus, botnet, IPS, web access, and application control.

Reports

Provides summary reports with charts on current and past information such as traffic and client count by SSID and AP. Also provides the option to run PCI compliance reports.

Deploy APs

Allows the deployment of an AP from the inventory to an AP network. During an AP deployment, you can set the platform profile, AP tags, an AP folder, and administration settings.

FortiAP Cloud UI overview

This section covers the following UI topics:

FortiAP Cloud Home page

To perform the following tasks, click My Account.

- Adding a user to a FortiAP Cloud account

- Changing the password of a FortiAP Cloud account

- Enabling two-factor authentication for FortiAP Cloud

- Removing a user from a FortiAP Cloud account

- Activating the multi-tenancy feature

 

To access the FortiAP Cloud documentation, click Product Documentation.

 

To send comments to Fortinet, click Feedback.

 

To access a different account, click Switch Account.

To add a FortiAP device to FortiAP Cloud, click Inventory and then import the key. For details, see Adding a FortiAP device to FortiAP Cloud with a key.

To view statistics and visualization for the overall network and subsequent levels such as AP, radio, client, and SSIDs. Hover over these charts to view details.

This list shows FortiAP networks. To access a FortiAP network, click the network name. A separate tab opens for that FortiAP network. See FortiAP Cloud Network page.

To rename or delete a FortiAP Cloud network or view its time zone (locale), click Actions.

FortiAP Cloud Network page

Multiple FortiAP devices can be managed within a FortiAP network. For example, an office environment that has multiple floors could have a FortiAP network for each floor managing its own set of AP devices.

For information about adding a FortiAP network, see Adding a FortiAP network to FortiAP Cloud.

The following image shows an example of the FortiAP Cloud Network page:

 

The following table describes the menus available on the FortiAP Cloud Network page:

Menu

Description

Monitor

Displays a dashboard with a view of all managed APs including up time, client details, usage statistics, and rogue APs that may be in your environment.

Access Points

Displays the status of APs. Allows tasks such as configuration and upgrade. You can also capture packets and observe live network traffic on an AP.

Configure

Provides sub-menus to add and configure wireless service set identifiers (SSID) including platform profiles, AP tags, MAC access control and more. You can also enable Bonjour Relay and FortiPresence.

Logs

Provides logs for events in the following categories: wireless, antivirus, botnet, IPS, web access, and application control.

Reports

Provides summary reports with charts on current and past information such as traffic and client count by SSID and AP. Also provides the option to run PCI compliance reports.

Deploy APs

Allows the deployment of an AP from the inventory to an AP network. During an AP deployment, you can set the platform profile, AP tags, an AP folder, and administration settings.