Commands for time-limit policy

15.1 show wireless time-limit ap-profile

Command: show wireless time-limit ap-profile [<1-1024> [radio <1-2>] ] Function: Show the configured parameters based on the radio time-limit policy.
Parameters:

  • <1-1024>: profile ID of AP.
  • <1-2>: radio number.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to check the time-limit status, start-time, and end-time based on radio.
Example: Show the time-limit configuration parameter of the AP Profile ID of 1 and the radio number of 1.

active500EM#show wireless time-limit ap-profile 1 radio 1
AP Profile Radio  Weekday      UTC-on(off)  From-Time         To-Time
---------- ------ ------------ ------------ ----------------- -----------------
1          1(Off) Sunday                    09:00:00          10:00:00
1          1(Off) Monday                    11:00:00          12:00:00
Config 2 time limit policy!

 

15.2 show wireless time-limit ssid

Command: show wireless time-limit ssid [<ssid>] Function: Show the configuration parameters based on the SSID time-limit policy.
Parameters:

  • <ssid>: SSID name.
  • If the parameter is not inputted, show all SSID time-limit policies.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to show the start-time and end-time of policies based on SSID time-limit.
Example: Show SSID1 configuration parameters.

active500EM#show wireless time-limit ssid SSID1
Network ID SSID   Weekday      UTC-on(off)  From-Time         To-Time
---------- ------ ------------ ------------ ----------------- -----------------
1          SSID1  Sunday                    09:00:00          10:00:00
1          SSID1  Friday                    09:00:00          10:00:00
1          SSID1  Friday                    13:00:00          15:00:00
Config 3 time-limit policy.

 

15.3 show wireless vap status ssid

Command: show wireless vap status ssid <ssid>
Function: Show the running status of all VAPs associated with the specified SSID.
Parameters:

  • <ssid>: configured SSID Name.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Query and show the running status of all associated VAPs with the specified SSID.
Example: Show the running status of all associated VAPs with the SSID of ricky.

active500EM#show wireless vap status ssid ricky
All vap status associate with SSID ricky:
AP Profile  Radio   VAP     Status
----------- ------- ------- ----------
1           1       1       Enabled
2           1       1       Disabled

 

15.4 time-limit (network configuration mode)

Command: time-limit from <hh:mm> to <hh:mm> weekday {monday | tuesday | wednesday | thursday | friday | saturday | sunday | all}
no time-limit [from <hh:mm> to <hh:mm> weekday {monday | tuesday | wednesday | thursday | friday | saturday | sunday | all} ]
Function: Configure the time-limit based on the SSID policies. During configuration, the SSID stops providing access services for clients, and the clients associated with the SSID will be forced offline. The no command will cancel some or all non-UTC time-limit policies of the SSID configuration.
Parameters:

  • <hh:mm>: the start or end time of time-limit; range of hh is 0 to 23, range of mm is 0 to 59.
  • weekday: which days client access should be limited; if the parameter is all, client access is limited during that period every day.

Command mode: Network Configuration Mode
Default: Allow the client access.
Usage guide: Each network can be configured with several limited periods; if periods overlap, the system will prevent user access in order to configure. The administrator will need to check the previous policy and reconfigure it after.
Example: Configure a policy in network 16 that limits client access from 15:00 to 18:00 every day.

active500EM#config
active500EM(config)#wireless
active500EM(config-wireless)#network 16
active500EM(config-network)#time-limit from 15:00 to 18:00 weekday all

 

15.5 time-limit (radio configuration mode)

Command: time-limit from <hh:mm> to <hh:mm> weekday {monday | tuesday | wednesday | thursday | friday | saturday | sunday | all}
no time-limit [from <hh:mm> to <hh:mm> weekday {monday | tuesday | wednesday | thursday | friday | saturday | sunday | all}]
Function: Configure the non-UTC time-limit based on the radio policy. The no command will cancel some or all non-UTC time-limit policies of the radio.
Parameters:

  • <hh:mm>: the start and end time of limited period; range of hh is 0~23, range of mm is 0~59.
  • weekday: which days client access should be limited; if the parameter is all, client access is limited during that period every day.

Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default: Allow the client access.
Usage guide: In this period, the radio is in a disabled state. It stops receiving and sending data packets and stops providing services for the client associated with the radio. Each network can be configured with several limited periods; if periods overlap, the system will prevent user access in order to configure. The administrator will need to check the previous policy and reconfigure it.
Example: Configure the time period for radio 2 as 13:00 to 14:30 every day to limit policy access.

active500EM#config
active500EM(config)#wireless
active500EM(config-wireless)#ap profile 1
active500EM(config-ap-profile)#radio 2
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#time-limit from 13:00 to 14:30 weekday all

 

15.6 time-limit-UTC (network configuration mode)

Command: time-limit-UTC from <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm> to <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm> {on | off}
no time-limit-UTC [from <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm> to <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm>]
Function: Configure the time limit based on the SSID time-limit policy. In this period, the SSID will allow or forbid client access according to the parameters of on and off. The no command will delete some or all UTC limit policies of this SSID.
Parameters:

  • <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm>: the start or end time of the time-limit period, YYYY is the year; MM is the month; DD is the date; range is from 1 to the last day of the month; hh is the hour; range is 0 to 23; mm is the minute; range is 0 to 59.
  • on: allow client access.
  • off: forbid client access.

Command mode: Network Configuration Mode
Default: Allow client access.
Usage guide: This configuration is helpful to governments or schools to disable or enable the SSID on holidays. During this period, it is not affected by the general configuration strategy. Both the start time and end time of the period are UTC time.
Example: Configure the client access from the early morning of October 1, 2006 to 23:59 October 7, 2006.

active500EM#config
active500EM(config)#wireless
active500EM(config-wireless)#network 16
active500EM(config-network)#time-limit-UTC from 2006-10-1 0:0 to 2006-10-7 23:59 on

 

15.7 time-limit-UTC (radio configuration mode)

Command: time-limit-UTC from <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm> to <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm> {on | off}
no time-limit-UTC from <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm> to <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm>
Function: Configure the limit time period based on the radio policy. The no command will cancel some or all UTC time-limit policies of the radio configured.
Parameters:

  • <YYYY-MM-DD> <hh:mm>: the start or end time of time-limit period; YYYY is the year; MM is the month; DD is the date, range is from 1 to the last day of the month; hh is the hour, range is 0 to 23; mm is the minute, range is 0 to 59.
  • on: allow client access.
  • off: forbid client access.

Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default: Allow client access.
Usage guide: This configuration is helpful to governments or schools to disable or enable the SSID on holidays. During this period, it is not affected by the general configuration strategy.
Example: Configure the time-limit-UTC time period of 15:00-16:00 of Jan 25, 2006 based on radio 2 and forbid the client access during this period.

active500EM#config
active500EM(config)#wireless
active500EM(config-wireless)#ap profile 1
active500EM(config-ap-profile)#radio 2
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#time-limit-UTC from 2006-1-25 15:0 to 2006-1-25 16:0 off