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[Archive] [WLC] How to block a specific or group of device types placed on a particular VLAN



Article ID: KB30969 KB Last Updated: 10 Oct 2020Version: 2.0

This article explains how to block or deny a specific or group of device types such as Androids, iOS, iPads, Windows, etc., which are placed on a particular VLAN.

  1. Verify the VLAN which needs to be blocked and the VLAN mapped service-profiles.

  2. Enable Device-detect mode on the service-profile and create a device-profile and map it to the specific VLAN.

    For example, I have configured a Service-Profiles as Test, Device-Profile as Block and VLAN as Test1 to implement the above configuration:

    set service-profile <Test > device-detect mode enforce-policy
    set device-profile <Block> attr vlan-name <Test1>
    set device-profile <Block> deny-session
  3. Block the devices.

    To deny or block the devices such as iPhone/Android devices, use the following commands:

    set device-fingerprint android-generic device-profile <Block>
    set device-fingerprint iphone device-profile <Block>
Modification History:
2020-10-10: Archived article.
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