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FortiAP Cloud User Guide

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Configuration

This section includes the procedures for creating different types of SSID with FortiAP Cloud and configuring various options.

Use the following table for configuration information available in a FortiAP network under the Configure section.

Configuration module

Description

SSIDs

Configuration of SSIDs and their deployment on all APs or selected APs in the AP Network.

For more information, see:

Platform Profile

Customization of AP profiles.

For more information, see Adding a FortiAP platform profile.

SNMP Profile

To create and assign an SNMP profile.

For more information, see Configuring SNMP Profile

AP Tags

AP grouping. APs in a group share the same AP tag.

For more information, see Adding AP tags.

MAC Access Control

Import and export MAC addresses in order to manage an access control list (ACL).

For more information, see:

QoS Profile

QoS profiles used in SSIDs.

For more information, see Adding a QoS profile.

FortiAPCloud User/Group

Users and their group configurations can help avoid the need for RADIUS servers at the customer location.

For more information, see:

Tunnel Profile

GRE/L2TP profiles used in SSIDs.

For more information, see Adding a Tunnel profile

My RADIUS Server

RADIUS servers used for authenticating wireless users.

For more information, see Adding a RADIUS server.

Network

Manage various network administration settings.

For more information, see:

DARRP

Configure Distributed Automatic Radio Resource Provisioning (DARRP).

For more information, see Enabling Distributed Automatic Radio Resource Provisioning (DARRP)

Bonjour Relay

Configure the Bonjour Relay service for devices to broadcast their services.

For more information, see Enabling Bonjour Relay.

FortiPresence

Configure FortiPresence for user traffic analytics.

For more information, see Enabling FortiPresence.

Change History

View the history of FortiAP Cloud configuration changes.

For more information, see Viewing the history of configuration changes.

Configuration

This section includes the procedures for creating different types of SSID with FortiAP Cloud and configuring various options.

Use the following table for configuration information available in a FortiAP network under the Configure section.

Configuration module

Description

SSIDs

Configuration of SSIDs and their deployment on all APs or selected APs in the AP Network.

For more information, see:

Platform Profile

Customization of AP profiles.

For more information, see Adding a FortiAP platform profile.

SNMP Profile

To create and assign an SNMP profile.

For more information, see Configuring SNMP Profile

AP Tags

AP grouping. APs in a group share the same AP tag.

For more information, see Adding AP tags.

MAC Access Control

Import and export MAC addresses in order to manage an access control list (ACL).

For more information, see:

QoS Profile

QoS profiles used in SSIDs.

For more information, see Adding a QoS profile.

FortiAPCloud User/Group

Users and their group configurations can help avoid the need for RADIUS servers at the customer location.

For more information, see:

Tunnel Profile

GRE/L2TP profiles used in SSIDs.

For more information, see Adding a Tunnel profile

My RADIUS Server

RADIUS servers used for authenticating wireless users.

For more information, see Adding a RADIUS server.

Network

Manage various network administration settings.

For more information, see:

DARRP

Configure Distributed Automatic Radio Resource Provisioning (DARRP).

For more information, see Enabling Distributed Automatic Radio Resource Provisioning (DARRP)

Bonjour Relay

Configure the Bonjour Relay service for devices to broadcast their services.

For more information, see Enabling Bonjour Relay.

FortiPresence

Configure FortiPresence for user traffic analytics.

For more information, see Enabling FortiPresence.

Change History

View the history of FortiAP Cloud configuration changes.

For more information, see Viewing the history of configuration changes.