The WLAN > Advanced Options > Priority tab provides the following options:
- Priority: Set the priority of this WLAN to Low if you would prefer
that other WLAN traffic takes priority. For example, if you want to prioritize internal traffic
over guest WLAN traffic, you can set the priority in the guest WLAN configuration settings to
"Low." By default, all WLANs are set to High priority.
- Hide SSID: Activate this option if you do not want the ID of this WLAN
advertised at any time. This will not affect performance or force the WLAN user to perform any
- Access VLAN: By default, all wireless clients are placed into a single
VLAN (with VLAN ID 1). If you want to tag this WLAN traffic with a different VLAN ID, enter a
valid VLAN ID (2 ~ 4094) in the box.
- Enable Dynamic VLAN: Dynamic VLAN can be used to automatically and
dynamically assign wireless clients to different VLANs based on RADIUS attributes. DVLAN
requires that a RADIUS server be configured, and the WLAN authentication method must be set to
802.1X or MAC address.
- Max Clients: Limit the number of clients that can associate with this
WLAN per AP radio (default is 100, max is 256).
- Service Schedule: Use the Service Schedule tool to control which hours
of the day, or days of the week to enable/disable WLAN service. For example, a WLAN for student
use at a school can be configured to provide wireless access only during school hours. Click on
a day of the week to enable/disable this WLAN for the entire day. Colored cells indicate WLAN
enabled. Click and drag to select specific times of day. You can also disable a WLAN
temporarily for testing purposes, for example.
This feature will not work properly if the
Unleashed network does not have the correct time. To ensure the correct time is always
maintained, configure an NTP server and point the Unleashed Master AP to the NTP server's IP
address, as described in Configuring the System Time
Configuring a specific Service Schedule for a WLAN