Configuring WLAN IP Settings

With a network profile, you can configure WLAN IP settings for your devices and schedule when those settings will be applied. The options include:

Override manual settings on mobile device Overrides IP settings that have been set on the device.

Server Address

Provides mobile devices with the server address. You can provide the address, DNS name, or use the server location value. If you choose to use the server location value, the mobile devices use the mask/address of the server to which the device connects.

If using a DNS name, click Resolve to ensure the address can be resolved. If the mobile device profile has provided a server address, that address will override whatever is provided by the network profile.

Gateway

Provides mobile devices with the address for the node that handles traffic with devices outside the subnet. You can provide the address, DNS name, or use the server location value.

Subnet Mask

Provides mobile devices with the subnet mask. You can provide the address, DNS name, or use the server location value.

Manage DNS

Allows the profile to manage DNS options for the devices.

Domain Name

Provides the domain name to the devices.

Primary

Provides mobile devices with the IP address for a primary DNS.

Secondary

Provides mobile devices with the IP address for a secondary DNS (used if the primary DNS is unavailable).

Tertiary

Provides mobile devices with the IP address for a tertiary DNS (used if the primary and secondary DNS are unavailable).

Manage IP Assignment

Allows you to manage the IP addresses assigned to your mobile devices. You can choose to use either a DHCP server or IP pool assignment.

To configure current WLAN IP settings:

1  From the Available Profiles panel on the Profiles tab, click on the network profile you want to edit.

The Network Profile Details page appears.

2  Click Edit.

The Edit Network Profile page appears.

3  Enable the Manage WLAN IP checkbox.

The WLAN IP Settings panel appears.

4  Configure the WLAN IP settings as desired.

5  Click Save to save your changes.

To configure scheduled changes for WLAN IP settings:

1  From the Available Profiles panel on the Profiles tab, click on the network profile you want to edit.

The Network Profile Details page appears.

2  In the Scheduled Profile Changes panel, click New.

3  Select the Start Date and Time that you want the settings to take effect and configure the scheduled settings as desired.

4  Click Save.

The changes are applied at the scheduled time.

 


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