Create individual LEPS users here. Each LEPS user must be linked with a previously created profile and assigned an individual WPA passphrase. Any client can then use this passphrase to authenticate at the SSID specified in the corresponding profile. The passphrase identifies the user, who is assigned to the VLAN specified in this table. If no VLAN is specified here, the user is assigned to the VLAN configured in the profile. Settings for the individual user thus take priority over settings in the profile.

Enter a unique name for the LEPS user here.
Select the profile for which the LEPS user is valid. The only LEPS users who can authenticate at the SSID are those who are connected to it via the LEPS profile.
Here you can specify the passphrase to be used by LEPS users to authenticate at the WLAN.
Important: The passphrase can be a string of 8 to 64 characters. We recommend that the passphrases consist of a random string at least 32 characters long.
Optionally specify a MAC address for a MAC filter. The setting in the profile decides whether this entry is ignored or whether the client devices listed in this table only are able to log on (whitelist). Using a blacklist, the MAC filter works the other way round: the specified MAC addresses cannot log on. Compared to simply assigning a passphrase to a user, managing a passphrase for each MAC address requires a bit more work, but you have greater control over the devices in the network.
Here you specify which VLAN is assigned to the LEPS user. If no VLAN is configured here, the VLAN configured in the LEPS profile (if any) applies. If a VLAN is configured in both the LEPS profile and for the LEPS user, the VLAN configured here takes priority.

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