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5 Commit the new ACL to the configuration, using the following
commit security acl
6 Change the Web-Portal ACL name set on the service profile, using the
set service-profile name web-portal-acl aclname
7 Verify the change by displaying the service profile.
8 Save the configuration changes.
Configuring the Web
When a client that has connected through Web Portal WebAAA enters
standby or hibernation mode, MSS may place the client’s Web Portal
WebAAA session in the Deassociated state.
A Web Portal WebAAA session can be placed in the Deassociated state
under the following circumstances:
The client has been idle for the User idle-timeout period, which can
happen when the client is in standby or hibernation mode
The client explicitly deassociates from the MAP by sending an 802.11
The MAP handling the client's session appears to be inoperative from
the WX switch
When a Web Portal WebAAA session enters the Deassociated state, it
stays in that state until one of the following takes place:
The client reappears on this MAP or another MAP managed by a WX
switch, at which time the Web Portal WebAAA session enters the
The Web Portal WebAAA session is terminated administratively
The Web Portal WebAAA session timeout period expires, at which
time the Web Portal WebAAA session is terminated automatically
By default, the Web Portal WebAAA session timeout period is 5 seconds.
You can optionally change the length of the Web Portal WebAAA Session
Timeout period. This can be useful if you want to allow a client
connecting through Web Portal WebAAA to enter standby or hibernation
mode, then be able to resume its session after waking up, without having
to log in again.