• Tag : CloudVision Wi-Fi


SSID HTTP Redirection via ISE

Hi, We are trying to setup Guest and BYOD SSID with HTTP Redirection to Cisco ISE, but im having difficulty getting the HTTP redirection to work, any advise will be appreciated. FYI, i’ve gone thru the ISE Integration and Role Profile documentation. Thanks

CloudWifi API – change/update values

Hello everybody, I would like to ask if anyone is successfully using the API for configuration? For example, I am currently interested in changing the PSK for a specific profile. I followed the API reference for SSID Profile exactly, see https://apidocs.wifi.arista.com/ssid-profile/ I am able to connect, list the SSID profiles, but the moment I want to change the PSK for a specific profile, I still get HTTP status code 400, Incorrect JSON format. Again, I followed the API reference for POST, but still without success. I performed JSON validation and it went well. Would anyone provide me with his profile...
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SSID profile – encryption change tkip to aes

Hello all, we have an SSID profile configured with 802.1x authentication (Windows NPS). The customer started to receive a message that the WiFi network is not secured. After logging in to the SSID, it can be seen that TKIP is used as a cipher, which has not been secure for a long time. I can’t find where to change the encryption to AES .. Can anyone advise? I can’t find it anywhere in the Security SSID profile configuration. Thanks a lot. ondrej

How to client block from a specific SSID

Hello, In my Arista CloudVision Wifi, I am trying to block a client from a specific SSID, Directly or using some kind of policy.   I didn’t manage to find it in the API or in the User Interface.   Did find other not as good options: Allow specific SSIDs, but if this field is empty all are allowed. Block client from all Access Points.   Is there a way to block a client from a specific SSID ? Would appreciate your help

How to Install CloudVision Wi-Fi plugin for On-Premises Wireless Manager

Introduction CloudVision Wi-Fi is extremely useful in troubleshooting Wi-Fi client connectivity or network related issues. It is available as a service to Arista Cognitive Wi-Fi Cloud customers, and can also be configured as a plugin for Wireless Manager in an On-Premises environment. Prerequisites Wireless Manager (WM) must be upgraded to version 8.5.1 or above Administrator must download CloudVision Wi-Fi (CVW) plugin file from the Wi-Fi Customer Portal. Release Notes will include information on WM and CVW compatibility. CVW plugin bundle must be hosted at a location from where it can be downloaded on WM, using one of HTTP, FTP, SFTP...
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Troubleshooting On-premises CloudVision Wi-Fi

Introduction CloudVision Wi-Fi service was originally available only as a service on the Arista Cognitive Wi-Fi Cloud. From Wireless Manager version 8.5.1, an administrator can now install CloudVision Wi-Fi for an on-premise Wireless Manager server. This document lists the steps to troubleshoot issues with the CloudVision Wi-Fi plugin. Use Case This article is useful to troubleshoot scenarios where the hyperlink to launch CloudVision Wi-Fi from Wireless Manager is not displayed. Prerequisites Wireless Manager (WM) must be running software version 8.5.1 or higher The administrator will have to download and install the CloudVision Wi-Fi (CVW) plugin. Solution Setup Follow the steps...
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How Frequently is Data Updated on CloudVision Wi-Fi?

Introduction The article lists the different modules and frequency at which CloudVision Wi-Fi updates its UI by fetching data from Wireless Manager. Solution The Wireless Manager collects all data and stores it in its database. CloudVision Wi-Fi polls this data from the Wireless Manager database periodically and presents it using an internal webserver. There are different counters and charts across different modules on CloudVision Wi-Fi which have their own polling intervals, default duration filter and granularity for which data is being shown. Modules Counters or Charts Default Filter Duration Granularity Polling Interval All Pages AP counters Current 2 minutes Clients...
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CloudVision Wi-Fi and APIs

Introduction The article describes a few examples of how CloudVision Wi-Fi uses APIs to interface with Wireless Manager. Prerequisites Administrator or higher access to the Wireless Manager and API Keys Solution CloudVision Wi-Fi (CVW) does not store any Wi-Fi data or configuration. Instead, the Wireless Manager (WM) server collects all the data and stores it in its database. CVW polls the WM database periodically and represents it on its own UI using an internal web server. So, how does CVW fetch this data from the WM database? API  Samples Below are few  examples of the APIs that CVW uses to...
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Live Client Debugging on CloudVision Wi-Fi

Introduction This article is step-by-step guide to collect client connectivity logs via CloudVision Wi-Fi, using Live Client Debugging. This feature is similar to the Connection Logs on Wireless Manager. Live Client Debugging is useful to isolate the reason for Wi-Fi client connectivity problems in real-time. These logs show the exchange between AP and the client and can capture issues with authentication, authorization, IP address assignment, etc. Prerequisites Administrative access to CloudVision Wi-Fi. 802.11ac AP platform must be connected and active at the location where debugging will be performed. Solution Access CloudVision Wi-Fi from the Launchpad and navigate to Monitor >...
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How to Check EOGRE Tunnel Status on CloudVision Wi-Fi

Introduction This article explains how to verify the status of the GRE/IPSec tunnel on CloudVision Wi-Fi. Prerequisites CloudVision Wi-Fi version 2.4 or higher. 802.11ac capable Arista APs. Solution In order to view the status of the tunnel formed by the AP(s) with remote endpoints, navigate to Monitor > Wi-Fi > Tunnels. The green dot indicates that the status of the tunnel is up/active, and the red dot indicates that the tunnel is down/disconnected. The AP will check for the increase in Receiving Packet count (Rx) in order to determine the status of the tunnel. In case there is no increase...
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How to Configure EoGRE over IPSec on CloudVision Wi-Fi

Introduction In this article, we will see how to configure EoGRE over IPSec. GRE encapsulates the Layer 2 traffic and IPSec encrypts this encapsulated traffic. IPSec protocol is used to provide security services for IP packets such as encrypting sensitive data, authentication, protection against replay and data confidentiality. IPSec is used in conjunction with GRE to provide encryption for data, thereby providing a complete secure and flexible VPN solution. This feature provides support for both IKEv1 and IKEv2 using Tunnel and Transport mode. Prerequisites Wireless Manager/CloudVision Wi-Fi and AP version on 8.6 and above. This feature is supported only for...
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