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VLAN glob A 3Com convention for applying the authentication, authorization, and
accounting (AAA) attributes in the location policy on a WX switch to
one or more users, based on a virtual LAN (VLAN) attribute. To specify
all VLANs, use the double-asterisk (**) wildcard characters. To match
any number of characters up to, but not including a delimiter character
in the glob, use the single-asterisk wildcard. Valid VLAN glob delimiter
characters are the at (@) sign and the dot (.). See also location policy;
MAC address glob; user glob.
Voice over IP See VoIP.
VoIP Voice over IP. The ability of an IP network to carry telephone voice
signals as IP packets in compliance with International
Telecommunications Union Telecommunication Standardization Sector
(ITU-T) specification H.323. VoIP enables a router to transmit telephone
calls and faxes over the Internet with no loss in functionality, reliability,
or voice quality.
VSA Vendor-specific attribute. A type of RADIUS attribute that enables a
vendor to extend RADIUS operations to fit its own products, without
conflicting with existing RADIUS attributes or the VSAs of other
companies. Companies can create new authentication and accounting
attributes as VSAs.
watch list A 3WXM method for monitoring user location and activity. After
initially finding a user through 3WXM, you can add the user to the
watch list for continued monitoring. 3WXM tracks and displays such
information as the Managed Access Point(s) (MAP(s)) that a user is
associated with during a session, the server that authenticated the user,
and the session start and stop times.
Web View A Web-based application for configuring and managing a single
Wireless Switch (WX) and its attached Managed Access Points (MAPs)
through a Web browser. Web View uses a secure connection that
implements Hypertext Transfer Protocol over Secure Sockets Layer
WECA Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance. See Wi-Fi Alliance.