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Edit, Clone, and Delete an Authentication Profile

You can edit, clone, and delete authentication profiles from the Authentication Profiles page.

Edit Authentication Profiles

Note If you edit an authentication profile that is used in a port profile and if the port profile is deployed on a port, you must redeploy the port profile on the port for the changes made in the authentication profile to take effect.

Procedure

To edit the parameters of an authentication profile:

Note You cannot edit the name of an authentication profile.

  1. Select Configuration > SD-LAN > Authentication Profiles in Customer Portal.

    The Authentication Profiles page appears, displaying the existing authentication profiles.

  2. Select the authentication profile that you want to edit and click the Edit icon (pencil).

    The Edit Authentication Profile page appears, displaying the same fields that were presented when you added the authentication profile.

  3. Modify the authentication profile fields as needed. Refer to the Add Authentication Profiles page.
  4. Click OK to save your changes.

    You are taken to Authentication Profiles page. A confirmation message appears indicating the status of the edit operation.

Clone an Authentication Profile

Procedure

To clone an authentication profile:

  1. Select Configuration > SD-LAN > Authentication Profiles in Customer Portal.

    The Authentication Profiles page appears, displaying the configured authentication profiles.

  2. Select the authentication profile that you want to edit and click Clone.

    The Clone Port Authentication Profile page appears. A default name appears for the cloned profile as CLONE-Authentication Profile Name

  3. (Optional) Edit the name for the cloned profile.

    The name for the authentication profile should be unique and contain only alphanumeric characters and hyphen (-); 15-characters maximum.

  4. Click OK to create a new profile.

    You are taken to the Authentication Profiles page. A confirmation message appears indicating the status of the clone job.

  5. (Optional) After you clone the profile, select the profile and click Edit to modify the parameters as needed. See Add Authentication Profiles to modify the parameters.

After you clone and modify the authentication profile, you can create a port profile by using it or modify an existing port profile to include the cloned authentication profile.

Delete Authentication Profiles

Note You cannot delete an authentication profile if the profile is assigned to one or more port profiles. To delete such an authentication profile, assign a different authentication profile to the port profile and then attempt deleting the authentication profile again.

Procedure

To delete an authentication profile:

  1. Select Configuration > SD-LAN > Authentication Profiles in Customer Portal.

    The Authentication Profiles page appears, displaying the configured authentication profiles.

  2. Select an authentication profiles that you want to delete and click the Delete icon (dustbin).

    An alert message appears, asking you to confirm the delete operation.

  3. Click Yes to delete the selected authentication profiles.

    A confirmation message appears, indicating the status of the delete operation.

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