In this video, you will learn how to limit mobile device access to a wireless network by setting up a schedule
b. Y. O d. Or bring your own device is the practice of allowing network users to access the network with their personal wireless devices, such a smart phones and tablets.
By using a schedule group and a B Y O D device policy, you can limit wireless Internet usage outside of specified hours.
In this example, a school offers WiFi to its students but only allows devices to access it before class during lunch and after class.
First, go to Policy and Objects Objects schedules to create the schedules for the periods when Internet will be available,
set the type to recurring and enter a name in this case before class,
Select the desire days
and set the start and stop time.
Then create two more recurring schedules
Note that the start and stop time used 24 hour numbering,
then select Create new Schedule group
and create a group that includes all the schedules that you created.
Now go to policy and objects Policy I p. V. Four, and create the policy that will govern students. Mobile device traffic
set the incoming interface to the wireless interface for the student network, said the source. Addressed to all
but set the source device type to mobile devices. This default device group includes tablets and mobile phones. You can also create custom device groups by going to user and device device groups. Set the outgoing interface to your Internet facing interface
and the schedule to the new schedule group that you created.
Configure the rest as normal
during the designated time connected mobile device to the network and make sure you can access the Internet
in the four to gate interface.
You can go to log and report traffic. Log forward traffic to view the mobile device. Traffic
Onley traffic within the scheduled time periods will be logged
when the scheduled end time is reached, mobile users will no longer be able to browse the Internet.
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