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Assigning access values and CLI configurations

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Assigning access values and CLI configurations

You assign access values and CLI configurations to devices for each logical network, either by configuring a single device or configuring multiple devices at the same time.

Several default networks are shown as logical networks in the Model Configuration tab: Default, Registration, Quarantine, Dead End, Authentication, and Voice. These networks are configured as logical networks but do not appear in the Logical Networks tab.

Configuring a single device

  1. Go to Network Devices > Topology.
  2. Expand the container where the device is located.
  3. Click the device and click the Model Configuration tab.
  4. Under Access, use the drop-down list to set the access value for each logical network.
  5. (Optional) Set CLI Configuration Type to Port Based or Host Based. Under CLI, use the drop-down list to set the configuration for each logical network.
  6. Click Save.

Configuring multiple devices

  1. Go to Network Devices > Topology.
  2. Select the container where the devices is located.
  3. In the Devices tab, click the devices while pressing Ctrl.
  4. Right-click the devices and click Set Model Configuration.
  5. Use the Add Configuration Category drop-down list to select a logical network.
  6. Select Access Value/VLAN and assign a value.
  7. (Optional) Select CLI Configuration Type, set type to Port Based or Host Based, and select a configuration.
  8. Click OK.

Assigning access values and CLI configurations

You assign access values and CLI configurations to devices for each logical network, either by configuring a single device or configuring multiple devices at the same time.

Several default networks are shown as logical networks in the Model Configuration tab: Default, Registration, Quarantine, Dead End, Authentication, and Voice. These networks are configured as logical networks but do not appear in the Logical Networks tab.

Configuring a single device

  1. Go to Network Devices > Topology.
  2. Expand the container where the device is located.
  3. Click the device and click the Model Configuration tab.
  4. Under Access, use the drop-down list to set the access value for each logical network.
  5. (Optional) Set CLI Configuration Type to Port Based or Host Based. Under CLI, use the drop-down list to set the configuration for each logical network.
  6. Click Save.

Configuring multiple devices

  1. Go to Network Devices > Topology.
  2. Select the container where the devices is located.
  3. In the Devices tab, click the devices while pressing Ctrl.
  4. Right-click the devices and click Set Model Configuration.
  5. Use the Add Configuration Category drop-down list to select a logical network.
  6. Select Access Value/VLAN and assign a value.
  7. (Optional) Select CLI Configuration Type, set type to Port Based or Host Based, and select a configuration.
  8. Click OK.