Site Configuration

Site Security Configuration

Honeypot APs are unauthorized APs advertising your SSID.  A malicious hacker might be trying to spoof your login screen to capture your password.  This is obviously a security risk and should be monitored. Detection of Honeypot APs can prevent such threats to your network and is enabled by default under Site Settings. Mist AP’s also...

AP Config Persistence

AP Config Persistence – By default the AP only keeps critical information such as a Static IP (if used). In the event of a power failure the AP will need to talk to the Mist cloud to come back up. If you enable config persistence then the AP will remember the full config and come...

WxLAN Policy

WxLAN/Policies define a list of rules, restrictions, and other settings, that can be applied to devices in order to change how they are treated by the network. Configuring policy has been simplified on the Mist dashboard. Let’s look into the steps – 1. The first step is to create labels. Creating labels can be done...

Site Management Connection

Most customers use DHCP for the users and devices on their sites.  In some cases you might want to tunnel this site to somewhere else.  That configuration looks like the following (would suggest contacting Mist support with this feature)