A Unified Policy List is a set of Unified Policies that are grouped together and assigned to devices as a group. You can also assign a Unified Policy List to an Access Policy. The policies in the list are applied to APs that are assigned to the Access Policy.
Use the Unified Policies List screen to display information about all of the configured Unified Policies Lists. This screen also allows you to create, edit, and delete Unified Policies Lists on the network. To access the Unified Policies List screen, click on Network Access > Unified Access > Unified Policies List under the “Configure” section of the OmniVista Cirrus Menu.
Create Unified Policy List
The Create Unified Policy List screen is used to select policies for the list and assign network devices to which the policy list is applied. To access this screen, click on Create Unified Policy List.
The Create Unified Policy List Screen appears and provides the following step-by-step process for creating a Unified Policy List:
Name - Configures the name for the Unified Policy List.
Select Unified Policies to lists - Configures the Unified Policies you want to include in the list.
Select Sites and Groups - Select Access Point Groups from one or more Sites. The Unified Policy List is applied to the APs in the selected Sites/AP groups.
1. Policy List Configuration
Complete the fields on the following Config for Policy List tab, as described below.
Name - Enter a unique name to identify the Unified Policy Lits.
Select Unified Policies to list - Select an existing Unified Policy from the drop-down menu or click on Create Unified Policy to open the Create Unified Policy screen and create a new policy to select. After you have selected a policy, click on Add to List. The policy that you just added appears in this section with the following options:
View Details - Click on this option view additional details about the selected policy.
Edit - Click on this option to open the Edit Unified Policy screen and make any changes to the policy.
Remove - Remove the selected policy; it will not be added to the Unified Policy List.
Continue to select and add more policies, as necessary. Once you have selected all of the policies that you want to add to the Unified Policy List, click on Next to go to the next tab (Step 2).
2. Network Assignments
The Network Assignments tab is used to select the AP Group(s) within a Site(s) to which the Unified Policy List will be applied to devices within those groups. Complete the network assignments as described below, then click on Create.
Select Site to Filter Groups - Select the Site from which you want to select AP Group(s).
Select Access Point Groups - Select the Access Point Group(s) associated with the selected Site. The Access Role Profile is applied to devices in the AP Group(s).
Editing a Unified Policy List
You can edit a Unified Policy List by accessing the Edit Unified Policy List screen. Use one of the following methods to access the Edit Edit Unified Policy List screen:
Select the list to edit by clicking on the checkbox next to the list, click on Actions, then select Edit from the drop-down menu.
Click on the pencil icon under the “Actions” column next to the list that you want to edit.
The following Edit Unified Policy List screen displays. Edit the fields as described above then click on Save to save the changes.
Deleting a Unified Policy List
To delete a Unified Policy List, use one of the following methods to select the list you want to delete:
Select the List to delete by clicking on the checkbox next to the list, click on Actions, then select Delete from the drop-down menu.
Click on the trash can icon under the “Actions” column next to the list that you want to delete.
Click Delete on the confirmation prompt.
View Additional Unified Policy List Information
Select the policy in the Unified Policy List and click on the Additional Information icon to view additional information of a Unified Policy List.