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BYOD Device Records

The BYOD Device Records screen displays all authenticated online BYOD devices as well as all BYOD devices that were previously on the network and are stored in UPAM. To access the BYOD Device Records screen, click on Network > Access Records > BYOD Devices under the “Monitor” section of the OmniVista Cirrus Menu.

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By default, the List of Online BYOD Device Records is displayed. This is a list of all authenticated online BYOD devices. Click on the Remembered Devices tab to see all BYOD devices that were previously on the network and are stored in UPAM.

BYOD Devices List

The BYOD Devices List displays information for all BYOD devices. Click on the Additional Information icon under the “Actions' column next to a list entry to display detailed information for a specific BYOD device.

The BYOD Device Records field values provide the following information:

  • Device MAC - The MAC address of the all authenticated BYOD devices.

  • Device Category - Category of the BYOD device:

    • Computer

    • Mobile

    • Tablet

    • Game console

    • Digital media receiver

    • Others

  • Device Family - Production vendor of the BYOD device:

    • Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

    • Apple

    • Samsung

    • Huawei

    • Microsoft

    • LG

    • Lenovo

    • HP

    • IBM

    • Nokia

    • MI

    • HTC

    • Sony

    • Blackberry

    • Others

  • Device OS - The OS running on the BYOD device.

    • Linux

    • Windows

    • MacOS

    • Android

    • IOS

    • Others

  • Access Role Profile - Access Role Profile applied on the BYOD device.

  • Policy List - The policy list of the BYOD device.

  • Session Interim Interval - Number of seconds between each interim update for this specific session.

  • Session Time - It specifies the maximum number of seconds of service provided prior to session termination.

  • Up Stream Bandwidth - The maximum rate at which the data is sent.

  • Down Stream Bandwidth - The maximum rate at which the data is received.

  • Tunnel Private Group ID - Used to support the VLAN assignment from RADIUS (ID=VLAN ID).

  • Expiry Time - Indicate the expiry time of the BYOD device. When it is expired, the BYOD device will be deleted from the remembered list in UPAM.

  • Remembered Time - The time and date on which the BYOD device was remembered by UPAM.

  • Web Access Strategy - The Access Strategy used for the device. One device can login through multiple BYOD Access Strategies.

  • Remember method - It indicates whether the device was manually added to the list (Static) or automatically added through Captive Portal Authentication (Auto).

  • Browser Type - Browser of the BYOD device.

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