Explain User Groups? And how to add, edit, and delete User Groups in UNIBOX?

UNIBOX allows administrator to define User Groups in UNIBOX. Administrator can assign rules or session restrictions to a group of users, instead of assigning it separately to certain number of users.

Administrators can configure any number of groups in UNIBOX. All users associated with the user group will inherit the session restrictions configured to that user group.

To add a User Group

  1. Open web browser. Type 10.10.10.1 (gateway IP), or type http://login.secureunibox.com/(domain name) and press Enter.
  2. UNIBOX Administration screen appears. Click Authentication tab.
  3. Click on New Group (in the left pane) under Groups link. Authentication:: New Group page appears.

Fields & Buttons

Description

New Group Information

Group Name

Enter a unique name of the group in the Group Name field.

Description

Enter a short description about the group in the Description field.

Default Group

Select the Default Group check box if the group is default group. Users will be assigned to this group by default.

Session Restrictions

Session Timeout

 

Enter the session timeout for users in this group in the Session Timeout field. The user’s session will be over after the session timeout. The time can be set in Seconds, Minutes, or Hours.

Concurrency Limit

Enter the concurrency limit for users in this group in the Concurrency Limit field. Concurrency limit controls the number of sessions that can be active at the same time for a particular user.

Idle Timeout

Enter the idle timeout for users in this group in Idle Timeout field. User's session will be closed if it is idle for the given time. The time can be set in Seconds, Minutes, or Hours.

Download Rate

Enter the bandwidth download rate for the users in the group in the Download Rate field. Select the unit for download rate. . The options are Kbps, Mbps, and Gbps.

Upload Rate

Enter the bandwidth upload rate for the users in the group in the Upload Rate field. Select the unit for upload rate. The options are Kbps, Mbps, and Gbps.

Daily Download Quota

Enter the daily download quota for the users in the group in the Daily Download Quota field. If the value is set then the user will be allowed to download data up to the given value on a given day. The options are KB, MB, and GB.

Daily Upload Quota

Enter the daily upload quota for the users in the group in the Daily Upload Quota field. If the value is set then the user will be allowed to upload data up to the given value on a given day. The options are KB, MB, and GB.

Daily Time Usage Quota

Enter the daily time usage quota for the users in the Daily Time Usage Quota field. If the value is set then user will be allowed to access internet for specified time period per day. The options are Seconds, Minutes, and Hours.

Sessions Per Day

 

Enter the number of sessions allowed for the users in the group in a given day in the Sessions Per Day field. If the value is set then the user will be allowed to login up to the given number of sessions.

Data Usage Quota

Enter the total usage quota for the users in the group in the Data Usage Quota field. If the value is set, then the user will be allowed to upload and download up to the given value of quota. The options are KB, MB, and GB.

Max BYOD Limit

Enter the Maximum BYOD device limit in the Max BYOD Limit field.

Auto MAC Register

Select Auto MAC Register check box, the MAC Address of the user gets registered on first authentication request.

Submit

Click Submit button to save the changes.

To edit a User Group

  1. Open web browser. Type 10.10.10.1 (gateway IP), or type http://login.secureunibox.com/(domain name) and press Enter.
  2. UNIBOX Administration screen appears. Click Authentication tab.
  3. Click the List Groups link (in the left pane) under the Groups link. Authentication:: List Groups page appears.

  4. Click the name of the User Group to edit. Authentication:: Edit Group page appears.

  5. Make the necessary changes, and click Update button to save the changes.

 

To delete User Group

  1. Open web browser. Type 10.10.10.1 (gateway IP), or type http://login.secureunibox.com/(domain name) and press Enter.
  2. UNIBOX Administration screen appears. Click Authentication
  3. Click the List Groups link (in the left pane) under the Groups Authentication:: List Groups page appears.
  4. Click the name of the User Group to edit. Authentication:: Edit Group page appears.

Click the Delete Group link (in the left pane). Authentication:: Edit Group page appears. Click Delete Group button.

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