1. Common Commands

This chapter describes common commands that can be used to view and update the access point (AP).

1.1 Common Commands

Summary of Common Commands. Those commands with ** are described in more detail in other chapters.

Command Description
factory-reset Reset the system to factory defaults
firmware-upgrade Upgrade the firmware
get ** Get property values of the running configuration
reboot Reboot the system
remove Remove instances in the running configuration
save-running Save the running configuration
set ** Set property values of the running configuration
switch-apmode Update the Usage Mode: switch-apmode fit/fat

1.1.1 factory-reset

Function: Reset the system to factory defaults.
Command: factory-reset
Example:

ARC2000MAP# factory-reset
Are you sure you want to reset the system to factory defaults (y/n)? y
ARC2000MAP#
Connection to host lost.

1.1.2 firmware-upgrade

Function: Upgrade the firmware.
Command: firmware-upgrade
Example:

ARC2000MAP# firmware-upgrade tftp://192.168.1.15/upgrade-2-0-10-16.tar
Initializing for firmware upgrade...
Firmware upgrade completed successfully!
ARC2000MAP#
Connection to host lost.
Transfer complete
Starting UPLOAD...
Validating firmware file
/usr/sbin/flash-validate: Validating /tmp/upgrade-2-0-10-16.tar.
OK
Image Support Device List:112 240 241 1
IMAGE-DEV-IDX:0 LOCAL-DEV-IDX:0 i:112 LOCAL-DEV-MASK:64 RESULT:64
OK
OK

1.1.3 get

Function: Get property values of the running configuration.
Command: Get
Example:

ARC2000MAP# get system
Property          Value
------------------------------------------------------------
model             ARC2000MAP, Indoor Dual Band Radio 802.11N
version           2.0.10.18
altversion        2.0.10.8
protocol-version  2
base-mac          f8:f7:d3:00:26:10
serial-number     WL009910D923790132
system-name
system-contact
system-location
apmode            fit

1.1.4 reboot

Function: Reboot the system.
Command: reboot
Example:

ARC2000MAP# reboot
Process with reboot? [Y/N] y
ARC2000MAP#
Connection to host lost.

1.1.5 remove

Function: Remove instances in the running configuration.
Command: remove
Note: Using the REMOVE command in place of the GET or SET command with the INTERFACE or BSS commands completely removes all configured interface information.

ARC2000MAP# remove

1.1.6 save-running

Function: Save the running configuration.
Command: save-running
Example:

ARC2000MAP# save-running
Operation Successfully!

1.1.7 set

Function: Set property values of the running configuration.
Command: set
Example:

ARC2000MAP# set interface wlan0 description "Wireless - Virtual Access Point 0"

1.1.8 switch-apmode

Function: Update the usage mode: switch-apmode fit/fat.
Command: switch-apmode
Example:

ARC2000MAP# switch-apmode fat
AP will automatically reset the system to factory defaults.(Don't include IP, Password, Serial baud-rate, Gateway)
Are you sure you want to switch AP mode (y/n)? y
ARC2000MAP#
Connection to host lost.

 
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