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Web Auth and wireless clients restrictions

Hello,

I am going to deploy a guest access with WLC / WCS.

In autonomous mode, it is possible to configure "pspf" to avoid that wireless clients perform files exchanges and so on together.

Have we the same opportunity in centralized architecture ?

I already read the configuration guide but I have not found information about that.

Thanks for your answers,

Georges.

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Re: Web Auth and wireless clients restrictions

Publicly Secure Packet Forwarding is a feature that prevents client devices associated to a bridge or access point from inadvertently sharing files with other client devices on the wireless network.

The equivalent to this in light weight mode(centralized architecture) is peer to peer blocking. It is turned "ON" from controller page, drop-down menu, select "enabled". This is disabled by default.

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