Set up Cisco WLAN controllers for integration with IoT
Security through Cortex XSOAR.
When an XSOAR engine connects to a Cisco WLAN controller,
it must authenticate itself by presenting a valid username and password belonging
to a user account with read/write privileges. It can either use
an existing user account or one that you can create specifically
The following instructions are based on Cisco
controller software release 22.214.171.124.
Create a user with read/write privileges.
Log in to the UI for one of the WLAN controllers
page, enter the following
and then click
: Enter the name for the user account.
: Enter a password for the user account.
and passwords are case-sensitive and can contain up to 24 ASCII
characters. They cannot contain spaces and they cannot have characters
repeated more than three times consecutively.
To save your changes, click
Repeat the above steps to create user accounts on other
controllers to which XSOAR engines must connect.