You must create a Server SSL profile on a BIG-IP® system and
have access to an Airwatch system.
An endpoint management system on BIG-IP Access Policy
Manager®(APM) is an object that stores information about the device management
server, such as IP addresses and API credentials. You can configure more than one
endpoint management system on the same BIG-IP system. APM® polls
devices connected to configured endpoint management systems.
Log in to the Airwatch console using the administrator user name and
On the left panel, click Accounts.
The View Role screen displays.
For the Categories setting, click .
Enable API access for the administrator.
On the left panel on the main screen, click Groups &
The Settings popup screen opens.
Under the System tab, click
The System/Advanced/API/REST popup screen opens.
On the System/Advanced/API/REST screen, select the
Select the Override setting.
Select Enable API Access.
Copy the API key displayed next to API key.
On the BIG-IP system, on the Main tab, click
The AAA Servers: Endpoint Management Systems screen opens.
In the Name field, type a name for the endpoint
In the Type list, select Airwatch
for the endpoint management system.
In the FQDN field, type a fully qualified domain
In the Port field, type
From the Server SSL Profile list, select a previously
created Server SSL profile in BIG-IP Local Traffic
Update Interval (minutes) field, type a
number in minutes that represents how often APM updates the device
In the Username field, type the Airwatch administrator
In the Password field, type the Airwatch administrator
In the API Token field, type or paste the API key
copied from the Airwatch screen.
You have created an endpoint management system. APM tests the connection to the
device management server, and prints a test status in the Status
field. If the status displays OK, APM starts the device database
synchronization for the created endpoint management system.