Public Secure Packet Forwarding


Public Secure Packet Forwarding (PSPF) prevents client devices associated to an access point from inadvertently sharing files or communicating with other client devices associated to the access point. It provides Internet access to client devices without providing other capabilities of a LAN.

No exchange of unicast, broadcast, or multicast traffic occurs between protected ports. Choose Enable so that the protected port can be used for secure mode configuration.

PSPF must be set per VLAN.
The command is : bridge-group port-protected on the radio interface.

Note: To prevent communication between clients associated to different access points on your wireless LAN, you must set up protected ports on the switch to which your access points are connected.

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One response to “Public Secure Packet Forwarding”

  1. Paulo says :

    Thanks

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