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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

AP settings

You can create a profile of AP settings. After you create the profile, assign the profile to devices, and install the changes to devices. You can assign AP settings profiles to FortiGate VDOMs.

To view AP settings profile list:
  1. If using ADOMs, ensure that you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to AP Manager > WiFi Templates > AP Settings.

    The following options are available in the toolbar and right-click menu:

    Create New

    Create a new AP settings profile.

    Edit

    Edit the selected AP settings profile.

    Delete

    Delete the selected AP settings profile.

    Assign to Device/Group

    Assign the selected AP settings profile to one or more devices.

    Clone

    Clone the selected AP settings profile.

To create AP settings profiles:
  1. Ensure you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to AP Manager > WiFi Templates > AP Settings.
  3. In the toolbar, click Create New.

    The Create dialog opens.

  4. Type a name and description (optional), and click Apply.

    The Edit AP Settings pane opens.

  5. Enter the following information, and click OK to create the AP settings profile:

    Description

    Optionally, enter a description of the settings.

    AP Setting

    Enable to access and set AP settings.

     

    Duplicate SSID

    Enable/disable allowing Virtual Access Points (VAPs) to use the same SSID name in the same VDOM (default = disable).

     

    Phishing SSID Detect

    Enable/disable phishing SSID detection (default = enable).

     

    DARRP Optimize

    Enter the time for running Dynamic Automatic Radio Resource Provisioning (DARRP) (0 to 86400, default = 86400).

     

    DARRP Optimize Schedule

    Select the schedule name.

    Firewall schedules for DARRP running time. DARRP will run periodically based on darrp-optimize within the schedules.

     

    Advanced Options

    Expand to display and set the advanced options. Hover the mouse over the i icon to view a tooltip of each advanced option.

    For more information, refer to the FortiOS CLI Reference.

    SNMP Profile

    Enable to access and set SNMP profile settings.

     

    Engine ID

    Enter the SNMP engine ID (maximum 24 characters).

     

    Contact Info

    Enter the contact information for the contact information for the SNMP (maximum 31 characters).

     

    Trap High CPU threshold

    Enter CPU usage when trap is sent (10 to 100, default = 80).

     

    Trap High MEM threshold

    Enter the memory usage when trap is sent (10 to 100, default = 80).

     

    Community

    Click Create New to create a community.

    Select the following, then click OK:

    • ID: Enter the ID for the community.

    • Name: Enter a name for the community.

    • Status: Enable/disable this SNMP community.

    • Query V1 Status: Enable/disable SNMP v1 queries.

    • Query V2c Status: Enable/disable SNMP v2c queries.

    • Trap V1 Status: Enable/disable SNMP v1 traps.

    • Trap V2c Status: Enable/disable SNMP v2c traps.

    • Hosts: Create new hosts. Enter the IP/netmask for the SNMP manager (host).

     

    User

    Click Create New to create a new user.

    Select the following, then click OK:

    • Name: Enter a name for the SNMP user.

    • Status: Enable/disable this user.

    • Queries: Enable/disable SNMP queries for this user.

    • Trap Status: Enable/disable traps for this SNMP user.

    • Security Level: Select the security level for message authentication and encryption. Configure the authentication and encryption, as needed.

    • Notify Hosts: Enter the IPv4-address to configure SNMP User Notify Hosts.

To assign AP settings profiles to devices:
  1. Select the AP settings profile, and click Assign to Device/Group.

    The Assign to Devices/Groups dialog opens.

  2. In the Available Entries list, select the devices, and click the right arrow (>) to move the devices to the Selected Entries list.
  3. Click OK to save the changes.
  4. Click Install Wizard to install the changes to the selected devices.
To edit AP settings profiles:
  1. Select the profile.
  2. In the toolbar, click Edit.

    Alternatively, you can right-click the profile and select Edit, or double-click the profile.

    The Edit AP Settings pane opens.

  3. Edit the settings as required. The name cannot be edited.
  4. Click OK to apply your changes.
To delete AP settings profiles:
  1. Select the profile to be deleted.
  2. In the toolbar, click Delete.

    Alternatively, you can right-click the settings and select Delete.

  3. Click OK in the confirmation dialog to delete the profile.
To clone AP settings profiles:
  1. Select the profile to be cloned.
  2. In the toolbar, click More > Clone.

    Alternatively, you can right-click the settings and select Clone.

  3. Edit the name of the profile, and click Apply.

    The Edit AP Settings pane opens.

  4. Edit the settings, and click OK to clone the profile.

AP settings

You can create a profile of AP settings. After you create the profile, assign the profile to devices, and install the changes to devices. You can assign AP settings profiles to FortiGate VDOMs.

To view AP settings profile list:
  1. If using ADOMs, ensure that you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to AP Manager > WiFi Templates > AP Settings.

    The following options are available in the toolbar and right-click menu:

    Create New

    Create a new AP settings profile.

    Edit

    Edit the selected AP settings profile.

    Delete

    Delete the selected AP settings profile.

    Assign to Device/Group

    Assign the selected AP settings profile to one or more devices.

    Clone

    Clone the selected AP settings profile.

To create AP settings profiles:
  1. Ensure you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to AP Manager > WiFi Templates > AP Settings.
  3. In the toolbar, click Create New.

    The Create dialog opens.

  4. Type a name and description (optional), and click Apply.

    The Edit AP Settings pane opens.

  5. Enter the following information, and click OK to create the AP settings profile:

    Description

    Optionally, enter a description of the settings.

    AP Setting

    Enable to access and set AP settings.

     

    Duplicate SSID

    Enable/disable allowing Virtual Access Points (VAPs) to use the same SSID name in the same VDOM (default = disable).

     

    Phishing SSID Detect

    Enable/disable phishing SSID detection (default = enable).

     

    DARRP Optimize

    Enter the time for running Dynamic Automatic Radio Resource Provisioning (DARRP) (0 to 86400, default = 86400).

     

    DARRP Optimize Schedule

    Select the schedule name.

    Firewall schedules for DARRP running time. DARRP will run periodically based on darrp-optimize within the schedules.

     

    Advanced Options

    Expand to display and set the advanced options. Hover the mouse over the i icon to view a tooltip of each advanced option.

    For more information, refer to the FortiOS CLI Reference.

    SNMP Profile

    Enable to access and set SNMP profile settings.

     

    Engine ID

    Enter the SNMP engine ID (maximum 24 characters).

     

    Contact Info

    Enter the contact information for the contact information for the SNMP (maximum 31 characters).

     

    Trap High CPU threshold

    Enter CPU usage when trap is sent (10 to 100, default = 80).

     

    Trap High MEM threshold

    Enter the memory usage when trap is sent (10 to 100, default = 80).

     

    Community

    Click Create New to create a community.

    Select the following, then click OK:

    • ID: Enter the ID for the community.

    • Name: Enter a name for the community.

    • Status: Enable/disable this SNMP community.

    • Query V1 Status: Enable/disable SNMP v1 queries.

    • Query V2c Status: Enable/disable SNMP v2c queries.

    • Trap V1 Status: Enable/disable SNMP v1 traps.

    • Trap V2c Status: Enable/disable SNMP v2c traps.

    • Hosts: Create new hosts. Enter the IP/netmask for the SNMP manager (host).

     

    User

    Click Create New to create a new user.

    Select the following, then click OK:

    • Name: Enter a name for the SNMP user.

    • Status: Enable/disable this user.

    • Queries: Enable/disable SNMP queries for this user.

    • Trap Status: Enable/disable traps for this SNMP user.

    • Security Level: Select the security level for message authentication and encryption. Configure the authentication and encryption, as needed.

    • Notify Hosts: Enter the IPv4-address to configure SNMP User Notify Hosts.

To assign AP settings profiles to devices:
  1. Select the AP settings profile, and click Assign to Device/Group.

    The Assign to Devices/Groups dialog opens.

  2. In the Available Entries list, select the devices, and click the right arrow (>) to move the devices to the Selected Entries list.
  3. Click OK to save the changes.
  4. Click Install Wizard to install the changes to the selected devices.
To edit AP settings profiles:
  1. Select the profile.
  2. In the toolbar, click Edit.

    Alternatively, you can right-click the profile and select Edit, or double-click the profile.

    The Edit AP Settings pane opens.

  3. Edit the settings as required. The name cannot be edited.
  4. Click OK to apply your changes.
To delete AP settings profiles:
  1. Select the profile to be deleted.
  2. In the toolbar, click Delete.

    Alternatively, you can right-click the settings and select Delete.

  3. Click OK in the confirmation dialog to delete the profile.
To clone AP settings profiles:
  1. Select the profile to be cloned.
  2. In the toolbar, click More > Clone.

    Alternatively, you can right-click the settings and select Clone.

  3. Edit the name of the profile, and click Apply.

    The Edit AP Settings pane opens.

  4. Edit the settings, and click OK to clone the profile.