General settings allow you to configure Network settings, AP network-wide settings and so do Switches. Click Configure > General Setting to access this screen.
Network name, country, and timezone can be edited as needed. Follow the steps below to edit a network.
- 1.Click edit button to change network name
- 2.Select Country, Timezone, and then click Apply
This feature allows you to configure the login account of local web GUI for devices. The settings here apply to all APs and Switches in this Network.
Note that username and password could be blank if you don't want to change device login account of local web GUI.
Simple network management protocol (SNMP) allows network administrators to query devices for various information. We allow SNMP polling to gather information either from the access points, or switches.
- SNMP State: Select V1/V2c to allow SNMP managers using SNMP to access the devices in this network.
- Community String: This field is used when you select V1/V2c. Enter the password for the incoming SNMP request from the management station.
This allows you to enable all AP's LED lights in the current network.
This allows you to configure Lan port settings on ECW115. Noticed that either LAN1 or LAN2 can be used for the uplink port. This setting will be applied to the one which is not uplink port
ECW130 supports dual ports to do link aggregation. After you do the Link Aggregation, you still can
override the setting under the AP detail page.
When using NAT (AP DHCP) and captive portal, AP will leverage a range of IP addresses as default. If user unconsciously configures their local Network to conflict with the range, it will cause problems. the user is able to change the System reserved range if they cannot change their local LAN IP address range.
SSID > Wireless > IP Addressing (NAT/Bridge). Click “Change” will redirect to the Network-wide setting
General Settings > AP > System Reserved IP Range
Clients can be blocked from accessing the network. When these clients attempt to connect to the network and open a web browser, they will be redirected to a blocked message. The Network-wide Default block message is configured on a per-network basis. The message is set in the Network-wide > General Settings > AP page.
The blocked splash page below will be presented below to the blocked clients.
For applications like CRM tools, presence analytics, or location-aware services which need to continuously gather presence data of wireless clients, EnGenius Cloud Acess Points are capable of delivering real-time presence data to fulfill the requirement.
EnGenius Presence Service can have cloud-managed APs continuously gathering 802.11 probe request frames sent by wireless clients and then sending the data to 3rd party servers configured in EnGenius Cloud.
In EnGeniusCloud, the configuration of presence service is at
General Settings > AP > Advanced Settings
the following parameters can be configured on the page:
Traffic log feeds wireless client info to remote Syslog server. Note that enabling this setting will severely degrade AP performance. To enable this function, the syslog server must be enabled.
The Remote System Log gives you the capability to remotely log Syslog events from a device on EnGenius Cloud to your external logging server.
You can enable and configure the remote logging feature from Configure → General setting→ Syslog server.
- Status: Enable to open the function to the remote system log.
- Log server address: Specify the IP address or hostname of the Syslog server.
- Log server port: Specify the port of the Syslog server. The default port is 514.