FortiWLC – Modifying Detection and Mitigation CLI Settings

Modifying Detection and Mitigation CLI Settings The default settings that are configured for the rogue AP detection and mitigation features are adequate for most situations. However, many default settings can be changed if your network requires lighter or heavier scanning and/or mitigation services. The following is the list of rogue-ap commands: controller (config)# rogue‐ap ? […]

FortiWLC – Configuring Rogue AP Detection Using the CLI

Configuring Rogue AP Detection Using the CLI These CLI commands configure rogue detection; for a complete explanation of the commands, see the FortiWLC (SD) Command Reference. Configuring Rogue AP Detection Using the CLI Adding APs to Scan List default(15)# configure terminal default(15)(config)# rogue‐ap detection‐ap 1 default(15)(config)# rogue‐ap detection‐ap 3 default(15)(config)# exit Show Output default(15)# sh […]

FortiWLC – Social Authentication Support

Social Authentication Support The captive portal authentication process now supports Fortinet Presence as an external CP authentication server that allows users to authentication using social media accounts like Facebook or Gmail OAuth. Supported APs: AP122, AP822, AP832, OAP832, FAP-U421EV and FAP-U423EV. Before proceeding, note the following: Enable location service in the controller(See “Configuring FortiPresence API” […]

FortiWLC – Configure a RADIUS Server for Captive Portal Authentication

Configure a RADIUS Server for Captive Portal Authentication Configure a RADIUS Server with Web UI for Captive Portal Authentication You can, for authentication purposes, set up the identity and secret for the RADIUS server. This takes precedence over any configured User IDs but if RADIUS accounting fails over, the local authentication guest user IDs are […]