Configure different SSIDs with different rights

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Configure different SSIDs with different rights.
Each SSID maps one service VLAN. To restrict the access permission of different SSIDs, configure it on the Layer 3 device in the VLAN.

Other related questions:
Can a single-radio AP with different SSIDs work at different channels
A single-radio AP with different SSIDs cannot work at different channels. This is because a radio has only one channel.

What are the ESS, BSS, and SSID
SSID: service set identifier. ESS: extended service set, a group of all SATs in the same logical management domain. An ESS may contain multiple BSSs. BSS: basic service set, an area covered by an AP. Each BSS is identified by a BSSID. The simplest WLAN contains only one BSS, and all STAs are in the BSS. To enable the STAs to communicate, disable STA isolation.

Can an AP (single radio) with different SSIDs work at different channels
An AP with different SSIDs cannot work at different channels. A radio has only one channel.

Rights- and domain-based management supported by the OceanStor ReplicationDirector
The OceanStor ReplicationDirector (mainstream version: V100R003C10) supports rights- and domain-based management. Rights-based management: The OceanStor ReplicationDirector provides detailed definitions of disaster recovery rights. Different disaster recovery operation rights can be allocated to different users, ensuring efficient disaster recovery security. Domain-based management: Different management domains can be specified for different users. A user can perform disaster recovery configuration and management on devices (such as storage arrays and hosts) only in the management domain specified for the user.

Configure the WLAN password on AR routers
To configure the WLAN password on AR routers, you need to configure a security profile, and then invoke it in the service set. For details, see the configuration of WLAN authentication and encryption in the security policy in WLAN security configuration of AR routers. For example, use WPA2 authentication and encryption. For details, see "WLAN Security Configuration" in WLAN Security Configuration > Configuring a WLAN Security Policy.

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