How many AP access control modes does S switch(function as an AC) support

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How many AP access control modes does S switch(function as an AC) support

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All_About_Switch
Official Created Jun 21, 2019 09:27:54 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

On an S series switch(function as an AC), you can configure the following AP access control modes:
- Add the MAC addresses or SNs of some APs to the blacklist to reject access from these APs.
- Add APs to the AC offline to allow the APs to connect to the AC without authentication.
- Add the MAC addresses of some APs to the whitelist and configure MAC address authentication.
- Add the SNs of some APs to the whitelist and configure SN address authentication.
- Manually confirm identifies of APs and allow authorized APs to connect to the AC.
  • x
  • convention:

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All_About_Switch
All_About_Switch Official Created Jun 21, 2019 09:27:54 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

On an S series switch(function as an AC), you can configure the following AP access control modes:
- Add the MAC addresses or SNs of some APs to the blacklist to reject access from these APs.
- Add APs to the AC offline to allow the APs to connect to the AC without authentication.
- Add the MAC addresses of some APs to the whitelist and configure MAC address authentication.
- Add the SNs of some APs to the whitelist and configure SN address authentication.
- Manually confirm identifies of APs and allow authorized APs to connect to the AC.
  • x
  • convention:

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