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Zone Mapping

The Kiwire zone module allow you to define zone that group devices and infrastructure setting to logical groups. Each zone can contain any number of devices. A zone is define by grouping of NAS ID, IP address, VLAN and Wi-Fi SSID. A zone can mix SSID with other zone to create a sub zone or you can add more rules to create a master zone such as multiple VLAN, multiple SSID.  Zone allow you to easily manage your network or integrate Kiwire platform into your deployment. Kiwire Zone platform also allows you to apply policy to  limit maximum allowed concurrent login within the zone this is useful if you have limited bandwidth in the zone and only allow the zone to be able to accept a certain connected number of users.

How Kiwire Zone Works?

Zone are define by mixture of SSID, User’s IP address, NAS device and VLAN, it can be a mixture of any of the item, if a user traffic is define by the zone, it will go thru the specific zone policy created prior to connect to internet.

Example Zone Defination:
Zone A 100
Zone B wifi1
Zone C
Zone D mynas1

  • A network traffic that is vlan 100 will be classified as Zone A.
  • A network traffic that is vlan 100 and have SSID “wifi1” will be Zone B.
  • A network traffic that source IP is 192.168.1.x subnet will be Zone C.
  • A network traffic that is from NAS ID “mynas1” will be Zone D.

Manage Zone Module

To access the zone mapping module, click on Devices > Zone Mapping from the navigation. On the zone mapping listing module, you may search for specific zone mapping by using the search field. zone_1

The field and its function description is listed below.
Field Function
Name The zone name.
Link to User If the zone is associated with a user’s.
Limit Session The policy to define max concurrent login for the zone.
Priority The zone priority based on rules.
Journey The journey for the zone.
Status Show the status whether active or inactive zone.
Action Modules action :
  • To add new zone rules.
  • To edit the setting of the zone.
  • To delete the zone.


Click on “Add Zone” button and populate the required fields. Fill in the field with relevant information to complete the process.

The field and its function description is listed below.
Field Function
Enable Enable or disable this function.
Zone Name A unique name to identify the zone.
Link To User If you wish to link a zone to user , this is used for zone auto-login feature. * NOTE : Only 1 zone per users.
Limit Connected User If you wish to limit a zone with a maximum no of user login , put in the value here. Its useful if the zone have a limited network bandwidth.
Priority The zone priority based on rules
Force Profile .
Force Zone Restriction .
Journey The journey for zones.


Click on edit icon, the edit screen be display which you can edit the setting of the zone.  Click on the delete icon to delete the zone. A prompt will be display to ask for your confirmation to proceed to delete the zone. Please exercise with cautions as this not a reversible action.