Commands for WMM QoS

10.1 apsd

Command: apsd
no apsd
Function: Enable APSD. The no command will disable APSD.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default: Enable APSD (Automatic Power Save Delivery).
Usage guide: When APSD is enabled, the client can send query frames automatically to get the cache data from the AP; it increases client sleep time and extends battery life. Use the command show wireless ap pro?le <1-16>. radio <1-2> to check whether APSD is enabled.
Example: Enable APSD.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#apsd

 

10.2 debug wireless tspec error

Command: debug wireless tspec error
no debug wireless tspec error
Function: Enable the TSPEC task error debugging. The no command will disable this function.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disable the TSPEC task error debugging information.
Usage guide: Use this command to show the TSPEC task error information. The command “show debugging other” can check this debug information to verify if it is enabled.
Example: Enable the TSPEC task error debug information.

active500EM#debug wireless tspec error
error WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_ERROR debug is on

 

10.3 debug wireless tspec-function internal-info

Command: debug wireless tspec-function internal-info
no debug wireless tspec-function internal-info
Function: Enable tracking of debugging of the TSPEC function. The no command disables it.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disable the debugging TSPEC function information.
Usage guide: Enable the debugging TSPEC function.? The?”show debugging other” command?can check to determine if the debug information is enabled.
Example: Enable the debugging TSPEC function.

active500EM#debug wireless tspec-function internal-info
internal WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_DETAIL debug is on
internal WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_MGMT_ACTION_DETAIL debug is on
internal WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_ACU_DETAIL debug is on

 

10.4 debug wireless tspec internal-info

Command: debug wireless tspec internal-info
no debug wireless tspec internal-info
Function: Enable debugging TSPEC. The no command will disable the function.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin mode
Default: Disable the debug TSPEC.
Usage guide: Enable the TSPEC task debug information, including: the basic debug information when TSPEC task is running, the brief information of received TSPEC Message, and the brief debug information of the processing unit. ?show debugging other? can verify if the function is enabled.
Example: Enable the TSPEC task debug information.

active500EM#debug wireless tspec internal-info
internal WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_INFO debug is on
internal WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_TASK_INFO debug is on
internal WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_MGMT_ACTION_INFO debug is on
internal WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_ACU_INFO debug is on

 

10.5 debug wireless tspec msg

Command: debug wireless tspec msg
no debug wireless tspec msg
Function: Enable the receiving and sending of the debugging TSPEC message. The no command will disable this function.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disable the debugging TSPEC receive and send messages.
Usage guide: Use this command to enable the debugging TSPEC receiving and sending messages to show the message content of the sending and receiving TSPEC. The “show debugging other” command?can check the debug information to determine whether it is enabled.
Example: Enable the debugging TSPEC receiving and sending message.

active500EM#debug wireless tspec msg
packet WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_MGMT_ACTION_PKT debug is on
packet WD_LEVEL_TSPEC_PKT_RX debug is on

 

10.6 qos ap-edca

Command: qos ap-edca {background | best-effort | video | voice} {aifs <1-15> | cwmin <cwmin-time> | cwmax <cwmax-time> | max-burst <0-999900>}
no qos ap-edca {background | best-effort | video | voice} {aifs | cwmin | cwmax | max-burst }
Function: Set the EDCA parameters of each active500EM (access class) on the AP to enable channels. The no command will reset to default.
Parameters:

  • background (background flows): the lowest priority queue, high throughput. Large scale data that requires a large number of throughput and time-insensitive data is sent to this queue.
  • best-effort (best-effort flows): medium throughput and delay, the medium priority queue; the most common IP data is sent to this queue.
  • video (video flows): high priority and minimum delay queue, time-sensitive; video stream is automatically sent to this queue.
  • voice (voice flows): high priority and minimum delay queue; time-sensitive data such as network voice and media stream is automatically sent to this queue.
  • aifs: arbitration intercede frame space( AIFS ) specifies the waiting time of a data frame; the waiting time is measured by numbers of intervals. AIFS range is 1 to 15.
  • cwmin: minimum contention window (in milliseconds); this parameter will be input into the algorithm of sending retransmission random initial fallback waiting time. Minimum contention window is the upper limit of a range; this range will determine the random initial fallback wait time. The first random value will be between 0 to the minimum contention window. If the first random initial rollback waiting time terminates before sending the data frame, then the number of retransmissions will increase, and random fallback waiting time value will be doubled. Random fallback waiting time value will always be doubled until its size reaches the maximum value of the contention window. Legal minimum contention window value is 1, 3, 7, 15, 31, 63, 127, 255, or 511; it must be less than the maximum contention window value.
  • cwmax: maximum contention window (in milliseconds); it is double the random initial fallback waiting time limit. Random fallback wait for the time value will always be doubled until the data frame is sent or reaches maximum contention window value. Once the random fallback waiting time value reaches the maximum contention window value, the retransmission will continue until it reaches the maximum allowable number of retransmissions. Legal maximum contention window value is 3, 7, 15, 31, 63, 127, 255, 511, or 1023. Maximum contention window value must be greater than the minimum contention window value.
  • max-burst: maximum burst length (in microseconds). This parameter specifies the maximum burst length allowed on the wireless network packet burst. A burst message is a collection sent with no header frame information. Reducing frame header information can bring higher throughput and better performance. Maximum burst length range is 0 to 999900. This parameter will only be applied to the transport stream sent to the client by the AP.

Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default:

  • Voice AIFS, 1 aifsn
  • Minimun Contention Windows, 3 msecs
  • Maximum Contention Windows, 7 msecs
  • Maximum Burst Duration, 1500 usec
  • Video AIFS, 1 aifsn
  • Minimun Contention Windows, 7 msecs
  • Maximum Contention Windows, 15 msecs
  • Maximum Burst Duration, 3000 usec
  • Best-Effort AIFS, 3 aifsn
  • Minimun Contention Windows, 15 msecs
  • Maximum Contention Windows, 63 msecs
  • Maximum Burst Duration,0 usec
  • Background AIFS, 7 aifsn
  • Minimun Contention Windows, 15 msecs
  • Maximum Contention Windows, 1023 msecs
  • Maximum Burst Duration, 0 usec

Usage guide: Use show wireless ap pro?le <1-16> radio <1-2> qos ap-edca command to check the configured values of the parameters.
Example: Set AIFS as 10, cwmin as 7, cwmax as 15, max-burst as 1000.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#qos ap-edca background aifs 10
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#qos ap-edca background cwmin 7
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#qos ap-edca background cwmax 15
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#qos ap-edca background max-burst 1000

 

10.7 qos edca template

Command: qos edca template {custom | voice | default}
Function: Configure the template used by QoS Edca.
Parameters:

  • custom: use custom configuration.
  • voice: use the configuration of voice flow priority.
  • default: use factory default configuration.

Command mode: AP Profile Radio Global Mode
Default: custom.
Usage guide: In custom mode, users can modify the?EDCA parameter according to need; in voice and default modes, the system gives the reference value, and users under these two modes cannot modify edca parameter.
Example: Use the configuration of voice flow priority.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#qos edca template voice

 

10.8 qos station-edca

Command: qos station-edca {background | best-effort | video | voice} {aifs <1-15> | cwmin <cwmin-time> | cwmax <cwmax-time> | txop-limit <0-65535>}
no qos station-edca {background | best-effort | video | voice} {aifs | cwmin| cwmax | txop-limit}
Function: Set the EDCA parameters of each active500EM (access class) on the client to provide different channel priority. The no command will reset to the default value.
Parameters:

  • background (background flows): the lowest priority queue, high throughput. Large scale data that requires a large number of throughput and is time-insensitive is sent to this queue.
  • best-effort (best-effort flows): medium throughput and delay, the medium priority queue; the most common IP data is sent to this queue.
  • video (video flows): high priority and minimum delay queue; time-sensitive video stream is automatically sent to this queue.
  • voice (voice flows): high priority and minimum delay queue; time-sensitive data such as network voice and media stream is automatically sent to this queue.
  • aifs: arbitration intercede frame space( AIFS ) specifies the waiting time of a data frame. The waiting time is measured by numbers of intervals; AIFS range is 1 to 15.
  • cwmin: minimum contention window (in milliseconds); this parameter will be input into the algorithm of sending retransmission random initial fallback waiting time. Minimum contention window is the upper limit of a range; this range will determine the random initial fallback wait time. The first random value will be between 0 to the minimum contention window. If the first random initial rollback waiting time terminates before sending the data frame, then the number of retransmissions will increase, and random fallback waiting time value will be doubled. Random fallback waiting time value will always be doubled until its size reaches the maximum value of contention window. Legal minimum contention window value is 1, 3, 7, 15, 31, 63, 127, 255, or 511; it must be less than the maximum contention window value.
  • cwmax: maximum contention window (in milliseconds), is double the random initial fallback waiting time limit. Random fallback wait for the time value will always be doubled until the data frame is sent or reaches maximum contention window value. Once the random fallback waiting time value reaches the maximum contention window value, the retransmission will continue until it reaches the maximum allowable number of retransmissions. Legal maximum contention window value is 3, 7, 15, 31, 63, 127, 255, 511, or 1023. Maximum contention window value must be greater than the minimum contention window value.
  • txop-limit: transmission opportunities are limited; it is the interval of client enabled WMM function transmitted data to the wireless medium. This value specifies a WMM client who has the right to initiate the data transmission time interval to the wireless network and the range is from 0 to 65535.

Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default:

  • Voice AIFS, 2 aifsn
  • Minimun Contention Windows, 3 msecs
  • Maximum Contention Windows, 7 msecs
  • Transmission Opportunity Limit, 47 32us
  • Video AIFS, 2 aifsn
  • Minimun Contention Windows, 7 msecs
  • Maximum Contention Windows, 15 msecs
  • Transmission Opportunity Limit, 94 32us
  • Best-Effort AIFS, 3 aifsn
  • Minimun Contention Windows, 15 msecs
  • Maximum Contention Windows, 63 msecs
  • Transmission Opportunity Limit, 0 32us
  • Background AIFS, 7 aifsn
  • Minimun Contention Windows, 15 msecs
  • Maximum Contention Windows, 1023 msecs
  • Transmission Opportunity Limit, 0 32us

Usage guide: Use the show wireless ap pro?le <1-16> radio <1-2> qos ap-edca command to show the parameter.
Example: Set AIFS as 15, cwmin as 3, cwmax as 511, txop-limit as 2000.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#qos station-edca best-effort aifs 15
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#qos station-edca best-effort cwmin 3
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#qos station-edca best-effort cwmax 511
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#qos station-edca best-effort txop- limit 2000

 

10.9 show wireless ap profile radio qos

Command: show wireless ap profile <1-1024> radio <1-2> qos [{ap-edca | station-edca}] Function: Display the EDCA parameters configured.
Parameters:

  • <1-1024>: AP profile ID.
  • <1-2>: Radio index.
  • ap-edca: show AP EDCA parameters.
  • station-edca: show station EDCA parameters.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: If AP-edca or station-edca is not set, then show all the EDCA parameters; otherwise, show the corresponding EDCA parameters.
Example: Display EDCA parameters of profile 1 radio 1.

active500EM#show wireless ap profile 1 radio 1 qos
AP Profile ID.................................. 1
Profile Name................................... Profile1
Radio.......................................... 1 - 802.11b/g/n
Mode........................................... 802.11b/g/n
WMM Mode....................................... Disable
AP EDCA Configuration
---------------------
QoS                        Minimum            Maximum        Maximum
Queues          AIFS   Contention Window  Contention Window   Burst
--------------  -----  -----------------  -----------------  --------
Voice(0)        111    3                  15                 11111
Video(1)        112    7                  255                22222
Best-Effort(2)  113    15                 255                33333
Background(3)   10     7                  1023               1000
Station EDCA Configuration
--------------------------
QoS                        Minimum            Maximum         Tx Op
Queues          AIFS   Contention Window  Contention Window   Limit
--------------  -----  -----------------  -----------------  --------
Voice(0)        111    3                  15                 471
Video(1)        111    7                  31                 941
Best-Effort(2)  111    31                 127                111
Background(3)   111    127                511                111

 

10.10 show wireless ap profile radio tspec

Command: show wireless ap profile <1-1024> radio <1-2> tspec
Function: Display the configured TSPEC parameters.
Parameters:

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

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to display the configured TSPEC parameters.
Example: Display the configured TSPEC parameters.

active500EM#show wireless ap profile 1 radio 1 tspec
AP Profile ID.................................. 1
Profile Name................................... Profile1
Radio.......................................... 1 - 802.11b/g/n
Mode........................................... 802.11b/g/n
TSPEC Mode..................................... Enabled
Voice ACM Mode................................. Enabled
Video ACM Mode................................. Enabled
Voice ACM Limit (%)............................ 11
Video ACM Limit (%)............................ 22
Roam Reserve Limit (%)......................... 33
AP Inactivity Timeout.......................... 55
STA Inactivity Timeout......................... 55
Legacy WMM Queue Map Mode...................... Enabled

 

10.11 show wireless ap radio status

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> radio <1-2> status
Function: Display the radio status information on the AP.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: MAC address of the AP.
  • <1-2>: radio index.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Show the radio status information of the specified MAC address on the AP to check the AP channel, channel bandwidth, and WLAN utilization.
Example: Show the radio 1 status information with the MAC address of f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 on the AP.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 radio 1 status
MAC address.................................... f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location....................................... 111
Radio.......................................... 1 - 802.11b/g/n
Supported Channels............................. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
Channel........................................ 6
Channel Bandwidth.............................. 20 MHz
Fixed Channel Indicator........................ Yes
Manual Channel Adjustment Status............... Success
Transmit Power................................. 1
Fixed Power Indicator.......................... Yes
Manual Power Adjustment Status................. Not Started
Authenticated Clients.......................... 0
Total Neighbors................................ 312
WLAN Utilization............................... 62
Radio Resource Measurement..................... Enabled

 

10.12 show wireless ap radio tspec statistics

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> radio <1-2> tspec statistics
Function: Display the TSPEC access statistics data of the radio.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: MAC address of the AP.
  • <1-2>: radio index.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Show the TSPEC access statistics data of the specified MAC address of the radio.
Example: Show the TSPEC access statistics data with MAC address of f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 of Radio 1.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 radio 1 tspec statistics
MAC address.................................... f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location....................................... 111
Radio.......................................... 1 - 802.11b/g/n
Access Category................................ Voice
TSPEC Packets Received......................... 0
TSPEC Packets Transmitted...................... 0
TSPEC Bytes Received........................... 0
TSPEC Bytes Transmitted........................ 0
Access Category................................ Video
TSPEC Packets Received......................... 0
TSPEC Packets Transmitted...................... 0
TSPEC Bytes Received........................... 0
TSPEC Bytes Transmitted........................ 0

 

10.13 show wireless ap radio tspec status

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> radio <1-2> tspec status
Function: Display TSPEC current access status of radio.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: MAC address of AP.
  • <1-2>: radio index.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Display TSPEC current access status of the radio of the AP with the specified MAC.
Example: Display the TSPEC current access status of radio 1 of the AP with MAC address of f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0radio 1 tspec status
MAC address.................................... f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location....................................... 111
Radio.......................................... 1 - 802.11b/g/n
Access Category................................ Voice
Operational Status............................. Disabled
Number of Active Traffic Streams............... 0
Number of Traffic Stream Clients............... 0
Number of Traffic Stream Roaming Clients....... 0
Medium Time Admitted........................... 0
Medium Time Unallocated........................ 0
Medium Time Roaming Unallocated................ 0
Access Category................................ Video
Operational Status............................. Disabled
Number of Active Traffic Streams............... 0
Number of Traffic Stream Clients. ............. 0
Number of Traffic Stream Roaming Clients....... 0
Medium Time Admitted........................... 0
Medium Time Unallocated. ...................... 0
Medium Time Roaming Unallocated................ 0

 

10.14 show wireless ap radio vap tspec statistics

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> radio <1-2> vap <0-15> tspec statistics
Function: Display the TSPEC current access statistics data of the VAP.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: MAC address of AP.
  • <1-2>: radio index.
  • <0-15>: VAP ID.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Display the TSPEC current access statistics of the VAP of the AP with the specified MAC.
Example: Display the TSPEC current access statistics of the VAP of 0 for the AP with the MAC of f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 of radio 1.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 radio 1 vap 0 tspec statistics
AP MAC Address................................. f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location....................................... 111
Radio.......................................... 1 - 802.11b/g/n
VAP ID......................................... 0
Access Category................................ Voice
TSPEC Packets Received......................... 0
TSPEC Packets Transmitted...................... 0
TSPEC Bytes Received........................... 0
TSPEC Bytes Transmitted........................ 0
Access Category................................ Video
TSPEC Packets Received......................... 0
TSPEC Packets Transmitted...................... 0
TSPEC Bytes Received........................... 0
TSPEC Bytes Transmitted........................ 0

 

10.15 show wireless ap radio vap tspec status

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> radio <1-2> vap <0-15> tspec status
Function: Display the TSPEC current access status of the VAP.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: MAC address of AP.
  • <1-2>: radio index.
  • <0-15>: VAP ID.

Command mode: Admin mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Display the TSPEC current access status of the VAP of the AP with the specified MAC.
Example: Display the TSPEC current access status of radio 1 VAP 0 of AP with the MAC of f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 radio 1 vap 0 tspec status
MAC address.................................... f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location....................................... 111
Radio.......................................... 1 - 802.11b/g/n
VAP ID......................................... 0
VAP MAC Address................................ f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
SSID........................................... xuwf_1
Access Category................................ Voice
Operational Status............................. Disabled
Number of Active Traffic Streams............... 0
Number of Traffic Stream Clients. ............. 0
Number of Traffic Stream Roaming Clients....... 0
Medium Time Admitted........................... 0
Medium Time Unallocated. ...................... 0
Medium Time Roaming Unallocated................ 0
Access Category................................ Video
Operational Status............................. Disabled
Number of Active Traffic Streams............... 0
Number of Traffic Stream Clients............... 0
Number of Traffic Stream Roaming Clients....... 0
Medium Time Admitted........................... 0
Medium Time Unallocated........................ 0
Medium Time Roaming Unallocated................ 0

 

10.16 show wireless ap tspec statistics

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> tspec statistics
Function: Display the TSPEC access statistics of the AP.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Display the TSPEC access statistics of the specified MAC of the AP.
Example: Display the TSPEC access statistics of MAC f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 tspec statistics
MAC address.................................... f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location....................................... 111
Access Category................................ Voice
Total TSPEC Packets Received................... 0
Total TSPEC Packets Transmitted................ 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Received..................... 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Transmitted.................. 0
Total TSPECs Accepted.......................... 0
Total TSPECs Rejected.......................... 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Accepted.................. 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Rejected.................. 0
Access Category................................ Video
Total TSPEC Packets Received................... 0
Total TSPEC Packets Transmitted................ 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Received..................... 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Transmitted.................. 0
Total TSPECs Accepted.......................... 0
Total TSPECs Rejected.......................... 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Accepted.................. 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Rejected.................. 0

 

10.17 show wireless ap tspec status

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> tspec status
Function: Display the AP TSPEC current access status.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Display the AP TSPEC current access status of the AP with the specified MAC.
Example: Display the AP TSPEC current access status of the AP with the f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 tspec status
MAC address.................................... f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location....................................... 111
Access Category................................ Voice
Number of Active Traffic Streams............... 0
Number of Traffic Stream Clients............... 0
Number of Traffic Stream Roaming Clients....... 0
Access Category................................ Video
Number of Active Traffic Streams............... 0
Number of Traffic Stream Clients. ............. 0
Number of Traffic Stream Roaming Clients....... 0

 

10.18 show wireless client tspec statistics

Command: show wireless client <macaddr> tspec statistics
Function: Display the TSPEC access statistics of the client.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: MAC address of the client.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to show the TSPEC access statistics of the client.
Example: Display the TSPEC access statistics of the Client e0-05-c5-90-1c-54.

active500EM#show wireless client e0-05-c5-90-1c-54 tspec statistics

 

10.19 show wireless client tspec status

Command: show wireless client <macaddr> tspec status
Function: Display the client TSPEC access status.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: MAC address of the client.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to show the clientTSPEC access status.
Example: Display the client TSPEC access status of e0-05-c5-90-1c-54.

active500EM#show wireless client e0-05-c5-90-1c-54 tspec status

 

10.20 show wireless switch tspec statistics

Command: show wireless switch {<ipaddr> | local} tspec statistics
Function: Display the AC TSPEC statistics.
Parameters:

  • <ipaddr>: IP address of AC.
  • local: local AC.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to show the AC TSPEC statistics. If it is the AC controller, show all the TSPEC statistics of the cluster; if it is the AC, show the local TSPEC statistics.
Example: Display the TSPEC statistics of the local AC.

active500EM#show wireless switch local tspec statistics
Switch IP Address.............................. 192.168.1.1
Access Category................................ Voice
Total TSPEC Packets Received................... 0
Total TSPEC Packets Transmitted................ 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Received..................... 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Transmitted.................. 0
Total TSPECs Accepted.......................... 0
Total TSPECs Rejected.......................... 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Accepted.................. 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Rejected.................. 0
Access Category................................ Video
Total TSPEC Packets Received................... 0
Total TSPEC Packets Transmitted................ 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Received..................... 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Transmitted.................. 0
Total TSPECs Accepted.......................... 0
Total TSPECs Rejected.......................... 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Accepted.................. 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Rejected.................. 0

 

10.21 show wireless switch tspec status

Command: show wireless switch {<ipaddr> | local} tspec status
Function: Display the TSPEC current status of the AC.
Parameters:

  • <ipaddr>: IP address of the AC.
  • local: specifies the local AC.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to show the TSPEC current status of the AC. If it is the AC Controller, show TSPEC status of all the ACs in the cluster. If it is the AC, show the local TSPEC status.
Example: Display the local AC TSPEC status.

active500EM#show wireless switch local tspec status
Switch IP Address.............................. 192.168.1.1
Total Voice Traffic Streams.................... 0
Total Video Traffic Streams.................... 0
Total Traffic Stream Clients................... 0
Total Traffic Stream Roaming Clients........... 0

 

10.22 show wireless tspec global

Command: show wireless tspec global
Function: Display the TSPEC global parameters configured.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to check the configured TSPEC global parameters, including the time interval of illegal TS having Trap detection.
Example: Display the configured TSPEC global parameters.

active500EM#show wireless tspec global
Violation Report Interval...................... 888

 

10.23 show wireless tspec statistics

Command: show wireless tspec statistics
Function: Display the local TSPEC statistics.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to show the local TSPEC statistics.
Example: Display the local TSPEC statistics.

active500EM#show wireless tspec statistics
Access Category................................ Voice
Total TSPEC Packets Received................... 0
Total TSPEC Packets Transmitted................ 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Received..................... 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Transmitted.................. 0
Total TSPECs Accepted.......................... 0
Total TSPECs Rejected.......................... 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Accepted.................. 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Rejected.................. 0
Access Category................................ Video
Total TSPEC Packets Received................... 0
Total TSPEC Packets Transmitted................ 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Received..................... 0
Total TSPEC Bytes Transmitted.................. 0
Total TSPECs Accepted.......................... 0
Total TSPECs Rejected.......................... 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Accepted.................. 0
Total Roaming TSPECs Rejected.................. 0

 

10.24 show wireless tspec status

Command: show wireless tspec status
Function: Display the local TSPEC current status.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Use this command to show the local TSPEC current status.
Example: Display the local TSPEC current status.

active500EM#show wireless tspec status
Total Voice Traffic Streams.................... 0
Total Video Traffic Streams.................... 0
Total Traffic Stream Clients................... 0
Total Traffic Stream Roaming Clients........... 0

 

10.25 trapflags tspec

Command: trapflags tspec
no trapflags tspec
Function: Enable TSPEC Trap. The no command will disable TSPEC trap.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Wireless Global Configuration Mode
Default: Disable TSPEC Trap.
Usage guide: If this function is enabled, then when the following events associated with the TSPEC occur, the SNMP agent will send a Trap notification message:
1. The bandwidth used by the certified WMM is always more than its allocated bandwidth traffic.
2. Illegal TS access. Use the show wireless trapflags command to check if this function is enabled.
Example: Enable TSPEC trap.

active500EM(config-wireless)#trapflags tspec

 

10.26 tspec acm limit

Command: tspec acm limit {roam-reserve | video | voice} <0-70>
no tspec acm limit {roam-reserve | video | voice}
Function: Set the ACM channel utilization threshold. The no command will restore the default value.
Parameters:

  • roam-reserve: channel utilization threshold for roaming. This is the bandwidth reserved for the roaming client in the voice and video ACM. If the value is more than the voice and video ACM threshold, the entire ACM will be exclusive to the roaming client; if the value is 0%, the voice and video ACM does not give the roaming client any bandwidth, the roaming client and non-roaming client will compete for wireless network bandwidth.
  • video: video ACM channel utilization threshold; used to define the maximum channel utilization for the video AC.
  • Allowed TSPEC request access: if the channel utilization exceeds the threshold, the TSPEC request is refused.
  • voice: voice ACM channel utilization threshold; used to define the maximum channel utilization for voice AC.
  • Allowed TSPEC request access; if the channel utilization exceeds the threshold, the TSPEC request is refused.
  • <0-70>: set ACM channel utilization threshold for the above three parameters as a percentage.
  • Note: The percentage of the above three parameters cannot be over 70.

Command mode: Radio configuration Mode
Default: roam-reserve, 5; video, 15; voice, 20.
Usage guide: Use this command to set the ACM channel utilization threshold; if TSPEC access request is allowed, the channel utilization exceeds the threshold and then refuses the TSPEC request. Use the show wireless ap pro?le <1-16> radio <1-2> tspec command to check the configured ACM channel utilization threshold.
Example: Set the channel utilization threshold of roam-reserve, video, and voice to be 10, 20, 30.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#tspec acm limit roam-reserve 10
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#tspec acm limit video 20
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#tspec acm limit voice 30

 

10.27 tspec acm mode

Command: tspec acm mode {video | voice}
no tspec acm mode {video | voice}
Function: Enable the ACM function of the corresponding AC. The no command will disable this function for the corresponding AC.
Parameters:

  • video: AC-VI access classes.
  • voice: AC-VO access classes.

Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default: Disable the ACM function of AC-VI and AC-VO.
Usage guide: Use this command to enable the ACM function of the AC-VO and AC-VI. If enabled, then the client needs to send the TSPEC request to the AP to get permission to establish the TS connection to communicate before using the corresponding AC. Use the show wireless ap pro?le <1-16> radio <1-2> tspec command to check if the ACM function is enabled.
Example: Enable the ACM function of AC-VI and AC-VO.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#tspec acm mode video
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#tspec acm mode voice

 

10.28 tspec enable

Command: tspec enable
no tspec enable
Function: Enable the TSPEC function. The no command will disable the TSPEC function.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default: TSPEC function disabled.
Usage guide: When the TSPEC function is enabled, the AP will enable access control to the AC configured ACM. Use the show wireless ap profile <1-16> radio <1-2> tspec command to check if the TSPEC function is enabled.
Example: Enable the TSPEC function.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#tspec enable

 

10.29 tspec inactivity-timeout

Command: tspec inactivity-timeout {ap | station} <0-120>
no tspec inactivity-timeout {ap | station}
Function: Set the time of TS failure. The no command will restore the TS failure time to the default value.
Parameters:

  • ap failure time: if the downlink TS ( from the AP to the client ) has no data flow passed in the set time, then delete this TS. If the value is 0, this function is disabled. The downlink traffic and two-way traffic will not time out.
  • station failure: if the uplink TS (from the client to the AP) has no flow passed in the set time, then delete this uplink TS. If the value is 0, this function is disabled. The upstream flow and two-way traffic will not time out.

Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default: ap failure time: 30; station failure time: 30.
Usage guide: If no traffic passes the established TS channel in a set time, the AP will send the message to delete the TS. The corresponding TS and TSPE will be deleted by the AC. The flow includes upstream flow (Client ? AP) and downlink traffic (AP ? Client). Use the show wireless ap pro?le <1-16> radio <1-2> tspec command to check the set TS failure time.
Example: Set the downlink traffic TS failure time to 90, upstream flow TS failure time to 60.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#tspec inactivity-timeout ap 90
active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#tspec inactivity-timeout station 60

 

10.30 tspec legacy-wmm-queue-map

Command: tspec legacy-wmm-queue-map
no tspec legacy-wmm-queue-map
Function: Enable the TSPEC mapping function. The no command will disable this function.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default: Disable this function.
Usage guide: When this function is enabled, the WMM client that does not have this function enabled can also connect to the AC-VO or AC-VI. Use the show wireless ap pro?le <1-16> radio <1-2> tspec command to check if the TSPEC compatible function is enabled.
Example: Enable the TSPEC compatible function.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#tspec legacy-wmm-queue-map

 

10.31 tspec violation-interval

Command: tspec violation-interval <0-900>
no tspec violation-interval
Function: Set the Trap detection TS violation interval. The no command will restore the detection time interval to the default value of 300 seconds.
Parameters:

  • <0-900>: the value of the Trap detection TS violation interval; if it is 0, then the TSPEC violation detection will be disabled.

Command mode: Wireless Global Configuration Mode
Default: 300 seconds.
Usage guide: A TSPEC is the transmission specification that a QoS functional client represents for a certain number of network accesses from this client to an AP for TS. The TSPEC violation detection interval is the normal network access frequency detected by the system log or SNMP Trap and appointed by the wireless client that use the resource without TSPEC authentication. If this parameter is set to be 0, then TSPEC violation detection will be disabled. Use the show wireless tspec global command to check the detection interval.
Example: Set the TSTrap detection violation interval to 600s.

active500EM(config-wireless)#tspec violation-interval 600

 

10.32 wmm

Command: wmm
no wmm
Function: After enabling WMM function, the AP supports WMM protocol. The no command will disable the WMM function.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Radio Configuration Mode
Default: Enable the WMM QoS function.
Usage guide: Enable WMM on the AC; it will be saved into the AP configuration policy of AC.
Example: Enable WMM.

active500EM(config-ap-profile-radio)#wmm