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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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WLAN User Management

WLAN User Management

Context

You can establish a WLAN user database on an AP to maintain user information and manage users.

On a WLAN, you can configure the STA blacklist and whitelist to control STA access. You also can add unauthorized STAs that have been connected to the WLAN to the blacklist.

Procedure

  • Managing the user list
    1. Choose LAN Access > WLAN > WLAN User Management, as shown in Figure 11-6.

      Figure 11-6  WLAN User Management

    2. In the User List area, view all access STAs. Table 11-6 listed user parameters.
    3. Select a STA and click Terminate to make the STA go offline, or click Add to Blacklist to forbid the STA to access the WLAN.

      NOTE:

      The Enterprise administrator is not allowed to disconnect existing STAs.

    4. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK to save the settings.

    Table 11-6  User parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    User MAC Address

    MAC address of a user.

    SSID

    Name of the WLAN that STAs access.

    Online Time

    Online duration of a WLAN user.

    VLAN ID

    VLAN that a user belongs to.

    Authentication Mode

    Security policy used by a user.

  • Configuring a blacklist or whitelist
    1. Choose LAN Access > WLAN > WLAN User Management.
    2. In the Blacklist/Whitelist List area, click Create.
    3. Set parameters listed in Table 11-7 based on the site requirements, as shown in Figure 11-7.

      Figure 11-7  Create Blacklist/Whitelist

    4. Click OK to save the settings.

      The created blacklist or whitelist is displayed in the Blacklist/Whitelist List area.

      Table 11-7  Blacklist or whitelist parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Type

      Access mode of WLAN users.

      • Blacklist: disables STAs matching MAC addresses in the blacklist from associating with an AP so that these STAs cannot access WLAN network resources.
      • Whitelist: enables STAs matching MAC addresses in the blacklist to associate with an AP so that these STAs can access WLAN network resources.
      NOTE:

      If the whitelist function is enabled and the whitelist is empty, all STAs can access WLAN network resources.

      User MAC address

      MAC addresses of STAs that are added to the blacklist or whitelist.

    5. In the Enable Blacklist/Whitelist area, click Blacklist to enable the blacklist function; or click Whitelist to enable the whitelist function.
    6. Click Apply to save the settings.
  • Deleting a blacklist or whitelist
    1. Choose LAN Access > WLAN > WLAN User Management.
    2. In the Blacklist/Whitelist List area, select a MAC address, and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

Precautions

  1. A blacklist takes effect only after the blacklist function is enabled.
  2. A whitelist takes effect only after the whitelist function is enabled.
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Updated: 2019-04-12

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