Omaya™

Ruckus

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Setup on the Ruckus Wireless Controller

1. Login to your Ruckus WLC.
2. Go to Services & Profiles > Location Services and create new Location Services as per screenshot below :


Venue Name: Your Venue Name
Server Address: Omaya IP Address
Port: 8883
Password: 12345678

3. Under Access Points, edit the zone in System > Default Zone. Under the Configuration tab, click on Configure button and go to Advanced Options. Enable the Location Based Service checkbox and select the Location Service that you had created in step 2 as per screenshot below :

4. Similar to Step 3, under Access Points, edit the AP Group in System > Default Zone > Default. Under the Configuration tab, click on Configure button and go to Advanced Options. Enable the Location Based Service checkbox and select the Location Service that you had created in Step 2 as per screenshot below :

Setup on Omaya

1. Login to your Omaya account :

2. Go to Setting > Venue to add your venue.

3. Go to Setting > Venue Device to add your sensor associated with your company account as per screenshot below :

Field Meaning & Function
Venue/b> The venue the sensor will be assigned to.
Sensor Alias The Sensor alias or name.
Sensor Tag The serial number or tag of the sensor.
Sensor Type The device type for the sensor (select Ruckus).
Sensor Tag The serial number or tag of the sensor.
Sensor Strength The signal strength slider is used to manipulate DBM of the device, example if -85 dbm to -25 dbm (lower dbm is nearer to sensor), we ignore any device that is more than -85 dbm and user with dbm -25 and below are classified as visit type users.
Dwell The dwell slider is used to determine how long a user stayed in the venue constitute as engaged users. In a fast food industry, we may set the dwell to be 3 minutes as the user typically stay more than 3 minutes nearby a sensor, however in a museum venue we may set the dwell time to be higher as a longer dwell time constitutes user interacting with the exhibit.

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