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User/host management

User/Host Management groups together global options for controlling user and host properties, such as aging or the number of hosts per user. Options include:

Option

Definition

Aging

Controls how long users and hosts remain in the database.

See Aging.

Allowed Hosts

Controls the number of hosts that can be registered to an individual user in the database.

See Allowed hosts.

Device Profiler

Enable or Disable creating rogues from DHCP packets heard on the network.

See Device profiler.

MAC address Exclusion

Enable or Disable the option to ignore Microsoft LLTD and Multicast Addresses by FortiNAC when they connect to the network. These addresses will not be treated as rogues and will be allowed on the production network.

See MAC address exclusion.

User/host management

User/Host Management groups together global options for controlling user and host properties, such as aging or the number of hosts per user. Options include:

Option

Definition

Aging

Controls how long users and hosts remain in the database.

See Aging.

Allowed Hosts

Controls the number of hosts that can be registered to an individual user in the database.

See Allowed hosts.

Device Profiler

Enable or Disable creating rogues from DHCP packets heard on the network.

See Device profiler.

MAC address Exclusion

Enable or Disable the option to ignore Microsoft LLTD and Multicast Addresses by FortiNAC when they connect to the network. These addresses will not be treated as rogues and will be allowed on the production network.

See MAC address exclusion.