The Authentication Records screen displays a list of all devices authenticated through UPAM. There is an option to view authentication records for clients currently online and an option to review historical client records. You can also display additional information about a specific Authentication Record. Use this information to troubleshoot authentication failures.
To access the Authentication Records screen, click on Network > Access Records > Authentication Records under the “Monitor” section of the OmniVista Cirrus Menu.
By default, the Online Authentication Records List is displayed on the Authentication Records screen. This is a list of clients currently online. Click on the History Records tab to see a history of client authentication records. For example:
On the History Authentication Records screen, you have the following additional options:
Immediately log a user out of the network. The user will have to log in again to connect to the network.
Generate a PSK
To generate a PSK for one or more devices, select the records in the History Authentication Records List and click on Actions, then select Generate PSK from the drop-down menu. You can also click on the Generate PSK icon under the “Actions” column next to an individual record.
The Generate DSPSK for Authentication Record modal opens.
Select the Passphrase Validity Period (Always Valid or Custom) and whether each device will have a distinct PSK, then click on Generate. The device(s) associated with the record(s) will be added to the Company Property List as Device Specific PSK Devices. The PSK Passphrase for the device(s) is automatically generated by OmniVista Cirrus based on the device MAC Address and Session Time. The PSK Passphrase can be obtained and printed from the Company Property Screen. You can generate a PSK for any Authentication Record. See the Company Property online help for more information.
Log a User Out of the Network (Kick Off)
To delete an Authentication Record for one or more devices, select the records in the History Authentication Records List and click on Actions, then select Kick Off from the drop-down menu. You can also click on the Delete icon under the “Actions” column next to an individual record.
Click Delete on the following confirmation prompt. Note that when you delete an Authentication Record, you are logging the user associated with that record out of the network.
Authentication Records List
The Authentication Record List displays basic information for all Authentication Records. Click on the Additional Information icon under the “Actions' column next to a list entry to display detailed Authentication Record Information.