Apply a bandwidth conract to the specified web content category or reputation level. Bandwidth contracts can be applied to user-defined web content categories created using the web-cc command. The five web content reputation levels are predefined in ArubaOS.
NOTE: bandwidth contracts applied to a web content category or reputation will not be enforced unless web content classification is enabled using the firewall web-content-classification command.
Available reputation categories are:
Excludes an application or application category from being configured as a bandwidth contract.
Applies the bandwidth contract to traffic from the controller to the client.
Specifies that bandwidth contract is assigned on a per-user basis instead of a per-role basis. For example, if two users are active on the network and both are part of the same role with a 500 KbpsKilobits per second. bandwidth contract, then each user is able to use up to 500 KbpsKilobits per second..
Applies the bandwidth contract to traffic from the client to the controller.
Disable web content classification for this user role. User role bandwidth contracts associated with web content classification categories and reputation types will not enforced unless web content classification is enabled using the firewall web-content-classification command.
Every client in a user-centric network is associated with a user role. All wireless clients start in an initial role. From the initial role, clients can be placed into other user roles as they pass authentication.