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Roles and Policies

The client in an Aruba user-centric network is associated with a user role, which determines the client’s network privileges, how often must they be re-authenticated, and which bandwidth contracts are applicable to each client. A policy is a set of rules that apply to the traffic that passes through the Aruba managed device. You can specify one or more policies for a user role. Finally, you can assign a user role to clients before or after they get authenticated to the system.

This chapter describes assigning and creating roles and policies for Aruba clients.

The following list displays the key topics discussed:

Firewall Policies

Creating a User Role

Workflow for Assigning a User Role

Understanding Global Firewall Parameters

AppRF 2.0

 

This section describes configuring firewallFirewall is a network security system used for preventing unauthorized access to or from a private network. policies and parameters that relate to IPv4 traffic. See IPv6 Support for information about configuring IPv6 firewallFirewall is a network security system used for preventing unauthorized access to or from a private network. policies and parameters.

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