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Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0 - Inventory page

The Linksys Business Cloud Access Points distribute secure Wi-Fi connection to different networks and provide cloud management features using Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0 so you can remotely monitor your organizations, access points, and networks.
 
The
 Inventory serves as a virtual deposit of access points that you are not using in the Linksys Cloud Manager.

Accessing the Inventory page
Adding a new access point to the Inventory
Moving an access point to the Inventory
Moving an access point from the Inventory to a network
 

Accessing the Inventory page
 
Step 1:
Log in to the Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0.  For instructions, click here.

 
Step 2:
Select an organization.  If there's only one organization, you will automatically have access to the Linksys Cloud Manager; if there are two or more, select and enter one.


Step 3:
Click on the initial of the organization at the top-right side of the page and select Inventory from the drop-down menu.  In the example below,is the initial of the organization.

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Adding a new access point to the Inventory

Make sure that the access point is connected to the internet before adding it to the Inventory. 

 
Step 1:
Log in to the Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0.  For instructions, click here.

 
Step 2:
Select an organization.  If there's only one organization, you will automatically have access to the Linksys Cloud Manager; if there are two or more, select and enter one.


Step 3:
Click on the initial of the organization at the top-right side of the page and select Inventory from the drop-down menu.
 
Step 4:
Click on Add a New Device.  If there is an existing access point in the Inventory, click on Add Access Point

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Step 5:
Enter the serial number and MAC address for the access point you want to add then click on Next.  You can find the serial number and MAC address on the bottom of the device or on the box it came in.

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Step 6:
Enter a name for the access point and click on Add.  Once the device is added to the Inventory, you can then add or move it to a network by performing the steps described in this section

Moving an access point to the Inventory
 
Step 1:
Log in to the Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0.  For instructions, click here.

 
Step 2:
Select an organization.  If there's only one organization, you will automatically have access to the Linksys Cloud Manager; if there are two or more, select and enter one.

 
Step 3:
Select a network.  The network you selected will appear on the top of the page beside the Linksys logo.

Step 4:
On the network's page, click on Devices.

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Step 5:
In Devices, you can perform any one of these steps:
  • Click an access point.  On the access point's page, click on the ellipsis menu and click on Move to Inventory.
 
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  • Click on the checkbox for the access point then click on Actions> Move to Inventory.
 
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  • Click on the ellipsis menu for the access point then click on Move to Inventory.
Step 6:
Click on Move to confirm.

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Moving an access point from the Inventory to a network
 
Make sure that the access point you want to move is in the Inventory. 
 
Step 1:
Log in to the Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0.  For instructions, click here.

 
Step 2:
Select an organization.  If there's only one organization, you will automatically have access to the Linksys Cloud Manager; if there are two or more, select and enter one.


Step 3:
Click on the initial of the organization at the top-right side of the page and click on Inventory from the drop-down menu.
 
Step 4:
On the Inventory page, you can perform any one of the following steps:

 
  • Click on the ellipsis menu for the access point that you want to move to a network then click on Add to network.  
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  • Click on the access point's checkbox and click on ActionsAdd to network.
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Step 5:
Select the network where you want to place the access point then click on Add.

 
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To learn more about the Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0, click on the following links:


Linksys Cloud Manager 1.0 to 2.0 Migration Guide
Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0 – Getting Started Guide

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