How can I configure my networks with Tanaza?
To start managing your access points with the Tanaza platform, you should create networks to group your devices that will share the same configuration. It doesn’t matter if the devices are located in different places or even cities with different Internet connections and IP configuration. With Tanaza, there’s no limit on the number of Networks, nor limit on the number of devices added to the networks. Read this step-by-step guide to configure your networks with Tanaza.
Can I configure an overall bandwidth limit for the entire SSID?
What are the privilege levels available in Tanaza?
Tanaza’s multi tenant platform has four types of management roles. At the organization level: owners and administrators. At the network level: managers and viewers. Learn more about the permissions and restrictions for each role.
Is it possible to manage the granularity of permissions to access specific networks?
Tanaza offers multi tenant and role-based administration capabilities for WiFi Cloud Management. Tanaza allows tenants, based on their permission levels, to monitor and manage multiple organizations and networks of wireless access points.
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