Where to add mac filter without template on Prime 2.0?
Can someone point me to where I should go to add mac filter under security>AAA in Prime 2.0 directly to controller without using templates? Check the screenshot attached. there is no option to add filter. It only give option to edit. Going to Classic view I see the add option is available. Puzzled. Any help is appreciated.
Step 2 Click MAC Filtering or choose Security > MAC Filtering from the left sidebar menu. The Security > MAC Filtering page appears.
Step 3 If you want to add a new template, choose Add Template from the Select a command drop-down list, and click Go. To modify an existing template, click the template name. The MAC Filtering template page appears.
Step 4 If you keep Import From File enabled, you must enter a file path or click Browse to navigate to the file path. The import file must be a CSV file with MAC address, profile name, interface, and description (such as 00:11:22:33:44:55, Profile1, management, test filter). If you unselect the Import from File check box, continue to Step 5. Otherwise, skip to Step 8.
The client MAC address appears.
Step 5 Choose the profile name to which this MAC filter is applied or choose the any Profile option.
Step 6 Use the drop-down list to choose from the available interface names.
Step 7 Enter a user-defined description of this interface. Skip to Step 9.
Step 8 If you want to override the existing template, select the Override existing templates check box.
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