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Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0 - Settings page

The Settings page of the Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0 allows you to configure the settings of the entire network that you have selected.  To get to the Settings page, log in to the Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0.  Select an organization, then select a network then click on Settings.  The network you have selected should appear on the top-left section of the page. 
  

General
Network-wide Configuration
Notifications


General
 
This section allows you to configure the general settings of a network.
  • Icon – Displays the network icon.  You can click on Edit to change the icon.  Click Save after changes are made.
  • Name – Displays the network name.  You can click on Edit to change the name of your network.  Click Save after changes are made.
  • Description – Click on Edit to add notes for the network.  Click Save after changes are made.
  • Delete – Click on the Delete button to permanently delete a network.
 
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Network-wide Configuration

This section allows you to configure specific settings for all access points within the network.
 
IMPORTANT:  Any changes made in this section will be applied to all access points within the selected network.  If you want to configure a specific access point, go to the Devices page > select an access point > click on the More tab.

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Below are the settings you can configure in this section:
 
Time Zone
Local Access Credentials
Device Local Web Server
Remote Syslog
Scheduled Reboot
Auto Configuration Rollback
Access Point LED Light

 
Configure the time zone for all access points associated with the network.
 
Step 1:
Click Edit.

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Step 2:
From the drop-down menu, select the time zone.

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Step 3:
Configure the NTP Server 1 and the NTP Server 2 settings.

 
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Step 4:
Click Save.
 
Configure the local admin password for the access points.  ​​The default username and password are both admin.
 
Step 1:
Click Edit.

 
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Step 2:
Enter a new Password.

 
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Step 3:
Click Save.

 
Using the Local Access credentials, this will enable/disable access to the device through a browser using its local IP address.  By default, this is Enabled.
 
Step 1:
Click Edit.

 
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Step 2:
From the drop-down menu, select Disabled.

 
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Step 3:
Click Save.
 
Send logs to the syslog server.
 
Step 1:
Click Edit.

 
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Step 2:
From the drop-down menu, select Enabled.

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Step 3:
Enter the client’s IP Address in the field.

 
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Step 4:
Click Save.

 
Automatically reboot the access point at a specific time.
 
Step 1:
Click Edit.

 
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Step 2:
From the drop-down menu, select your preferred settings.  By default, Disabled is selected.

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Step 3:
Click Save.
 
 
When a device receives a wrong configuration, this feature will automatically restore the previous one to ensure the stability and the connectivity of the device.  If for some reason it's needed to set a particular configuration (e.g. an IP address that differs from the one used into the same LAN), this option can be disabled.
 
Step 1:
Click Edit.

 
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Step 2:
From the drop-down menu, select your preferred setting.  By default, Enabled is selected.

 
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Step 3:
Click Save.

Access Point LED Light 

Enable/disable the light on the access points.  This is useful for reducing light pollution in the environment. 
 
Step 1:
Click Edit.

 
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Step 2:
From the drop-down menu, select your preferred setting.  By default, Enabled is selected.

 
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Step 3:
Click Save.

Notifications

This section allows you to enable email notifications when an access point goes offline.  To do this, follow the steps below.

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Step 1:
Click Edit.

 
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Step 2:
Select the Enable radio button.

 
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Step 3:
From the drop-down menu, choose a time interval for the notification to be sent when the access point goes offline.

 
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Step 4:
You can send an email notification to all network members or to specific people only.  To send an email to a specific person, uncheck All Network Members then check the box for the person that you want to send a notification to.  You can also click Add Guest if you want to send a notification to a guest then enter the email address and click Add.
 
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Step 5:
Click Save.

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