Configuration Mode

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2.1 ap auto-upgrade

Command: ap auto-upgrade
no ap auto-upgrade
Function: Enable/disable the automatic upgrade function of the AP.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Wireless Global Mode
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: This command is used to enable/disable the automatic upgrade function of the AP. If the image version of the AC is different from the image version in the AP, the AP will be automatically upgraded when the AP is online if this command is enabled.
Example: Enable the automatic upgrade function of the AP.

active500EM(config-wireless)#ap auto-upgrade

 

2.2 ap profile

Command: ap profile <1-1024>
no ap profile <1-1024>
Function: Add a configuration file, and enter the AP configuration file mode from the wireless global mode. The no command deletes the appointed configuration file.
Parameters:

  • <1-1024>: the ID of the profile that needs to be added.

Command mode: Wireless Global Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to add a profile file to the AP configuration. The no command deletes the profile from the AP configuration. The default configuration file of 1 cannot be deleted.
Example: Add a profile of 3, to the AP configuration file.

active500EM(config-wireless)#ap profile 3
active500EM(config-ap-profile)#

 

2.3 ap profile copy

Command: ap profile copy <1-1024> <1-1024>
Function: Copy the content of a profile to another profile. If the destination file does not exist, it will be created.
Parameters:

  • <1-1024> <1-1024>: the former is the ID of the original profile; the latter is the ID of the destination profile.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to copy the content of an AP profile to another profile. If the destination file does not exist, it will be created. All profile information will be copied.
Example: Copy the contents of the AP profile 1 to the AP profile 3.

active500EM#ap profile copy 1 3
All contents in the source profile will be copied to the destination profile. Are you sure you want to copy? [Y/N]y
AP Profile Configuration Copy Successful.

 

2.4 clear

Command: clear
Function: Set all fields in profile as default except for the AP profile name.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: AP Profile Configuration Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Set all fields in profile as default except for the AP profile name.
Example: Reset the configuration.

active500EM(config-ap-profile)#clear
All configurations will be set to the default values for this profile except the profile name. Are you sure you want to clear the profile configuration? [Y/N]y
AP Profile Configuration Clear Successful.

 

2.5 clear wireless statistics

Command: clear wireless statistics
Function: Reset the statistic information of the AC.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to reset the statistics information of the AC to 0.
Example: Reset the global AC statistics information.

active500EM#clear wireless statistics
All the statistics on the switch will be cleared. Are you sure you want to clear all the statistics on the switch? [Y/N] y
Wireless statistics are cleared.

 

2.6 debug wireless ap-config internal

Command: debug wireless ap-config internal <macaddr>
no debug wireless ap-config internal <macaddr>
Function: Enable the debugging of the AP configuration update. The no command disables the debugging.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: This command debugs the AP configuration.
Example: Enable debugging of the AP configuration update.

active500EM#debug wireless ap-config internal f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
MAC: f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 internal WD_LEVEL_WSAP_CONF_INFO debug is on

 

2.7 debug wireless ap-config packet

Command: debug wireless ap-config packet {send | receive | dump} <macaddr>
no debug wireless ap-config {send | receive | dump} <macaddr>
Function: Debug the AP configuration packets. The no command disables the debugging of the AP configuration packets.
Parameters:

  • send: the packets sent by the AC.
  • receive: the packets received by the AC.
  • dump: the contents of the packets.
  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disable.
Usage guide: Debug the AP configuration packets.
Example: Debug the AP configuration packets.

active500EM#debug wireless ap-config packets end f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
MAC:f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 packet WD_LEVEL_AP_CONFIG_TX debug is on

 

2.8 debug wireless ap-reset internal

Command: debug wireless ap-config internal <macaddr>
no debug wireless ap-config internal <macaddr>
Function: After resetting, debugging is enabled on the AP. The no command disables the debugging after reset.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: Debug the AP after reset through this command.
Example: Enable debugging after the AP is reset.

active500EM#debug wireless ap-reset internal f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
MAC: f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 internal WD_LEVEL_WSAP_RESET_INFO debug is on.

 

2.9 debug wireless ap-reset packet dump

Command: debug wireless ap-reset packet dump <macaddr>
no debug wireless ap-reset packet dump <macaddr>
Function: After resetting, debugging is enabled for the packets for the AP. The no command disables the debugging of the packets after reset.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: Examine the debugging packets of the AP after reset through this command. The packets are shown with hexadecimal.
Example: Enable debugging of the packets after the AP is reset.

active500EM#debug wireless ap-reset packet dump f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
MAC: f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 packet WD_LEVEL_WSAP_RESET_PKT debug is on

 

2.10 debug wireless ap-statistics internal

Command: debug wireless ap-statistics packet <macaddr>
no debug wireless ap-statistisc packet internal <macaddr>
Function: Show debugging information for the AP statistics. The no command disables this debugging.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: Examine the debugging of the AP statistics information through this command.
Example: Enable debugging of the AP statistics.

active500EM#debug wireless ap-statistics internal f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
MAC: f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 internal WD_LEVEL_WSAP_STATS_INFO debug is on.

 

2.11 debug wireless ap-statistics packet

Command: debug wireless ap-statistics packet {send | receive | dump} <macaddr>
no debug wireless ap-statistics packet {send | receive | dump} <macaddr>
Function: Show the debugging information for the AP statistic packet information. The no command disables the debugging.
Parameters:

  • send: the packets sent by the AC.
  • receive: the packets received by the AC.
  • dump: the detailed content of packets.
  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: Examine the AP packet statistic debugging information through this command.
Example: Enable the AP packet statistic debugging for the AP.

active500EM#debug wireless ap-statistics packets end f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
MAC: f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 packet WD_LEVEL_STATS_INTVL_TX debug is on
MAC: f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 packet WD_LEVEL_STATS_CLEAR_TX debug is on

 

2.12 debug wireless ap-update fsm

Command: debug wireless ap-update fsm {global | ap <macaddr> }
no debug wireless ap-update fsm {global | ap <macaddr> }
Function: Enable debugging of the update for the global AP or the appointed AP when enabling the Image update. The no command disables the debugging.
Parameters:

  • global: the global AP.
  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the appointed AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: Examine the debugging information of the update of the global AP or the appointed AP through this command.
Example: Enable debugging of the update for the global AP when enabling the Image update.

active500EM#debug wireless ap-update fsm global fsm
WD_LEVEL_GLOBAL_UPD_FSM debug is on

 

2.13 debug wireless ap-update internal

Command: debug wireless ap-update internal <macaddr>
no debug wireless ap-update internal <macaddr>
Function: Enable debuggingi nformation of the Image update of the AP. The no command disables the debugging.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: Examine the debugging information of the AP Image update through this command.
Example: Enable the debugging information of the AP Image update.

active500EM#debug wireless ap-update internal f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
MAC: f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 internal WD_LEVEL_WSAP_UPD_INFO debug is on

 

2.14 debug wireless ap-update packet

Command: debug wireless ap-update packet {send | receive | dump} <macaddr>
no debug wireless ap-update packet {send | receive | dump} <macaddr>
Function: Enable the debugging information for the relevant packet of the AP Image update. The no command disables the debugging.
Parameters:

  • send: the packets sent by the AC.
  • receive: the packets received by the AC.
  • dump: the detailed content of the packets.
  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: Examine packet debugging information of the AP Image updates through this command. Dump provides the detailed information of the packets with hexadecimal.
Example: Enable the relevant packets information of the AP Image update.

active500EM#debug wireless ap-update packet dump f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
MAC: f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 packet WD_LEVEL_WSAP_UPD_PKT debug is on

 

2.15 disconnected-ap forwarding-mode

Command: disconnected-ap forwarding-mode
no disconnected-ap forwarding-mode
Function: Enable data the forwarding function of the disconnected AP. The no command disables this function.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Wireless AP Profile Config
Default: Disabled.
Usage guide: After enabling this function, the AP disconnects from the AC, but can still forward. Use the wireless AP pro?le apply command to make the configuration effective after configuring the function for the AP.
Example: Enable data forwarding function for the disconnected AP.

active500EM(config-ap-profile)#disconnected-ap forwarding-mode
active500EM#wireless ap profile apply 1

 

2.16 disconnected-ap management-mode

Command: disconnected-ap management-mode
no disconnected-ap management-mode
Function: Enable management mode of the AP connected to the port. The no command disables this mode.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Wireless AP Profile Config
Default: Enabled.
Usage guide: Enable management mode of the AP connected to the port. After configuring this function on the AC, use the wireless AP pro?le apply command to make the configuration effective.
Example: Disable management mode of the AP connected to port.

active500EM(config-ap-profile)#no disconnected-ap management-mode
active500EM#wireless ap profile apply 1

 

2.17 dns-server primary | backup

Command: dns-server {primary | backup} <ipv4/6-address>
no dns-server {primary | backup}
Function: Identify a DNS server for the AP configuration file. The no command deletes it.
Parameters:

  • primary: configure host DNS server.
  • backup: configure the backup DNS server.
  • <ipv4/6-address>: IP address of DNS server.

Command mode: Wireless AP Profile Config
Default: DNS server address of the AP is not configured.
Usage guide: Configure the DNS server forthe AP through this command. Issue the configuration to enable the configuration to be in effect.
Example: Configure the host DNS server for the AP. When configuring the host DNS, the host DNS must be configured in the same address family (IPv4 or IPv6).

active500EM(config-ap-profile)#dns-server primary 192.168.1.254
active500EM(config-ap-profile)#dns-server backup 192.168.2.254

 

2.18 hw type

Command: hw type <1-255>
no hw type
Function: Set a type of AP hardware in the configuration file. The no command sets the type of AP hardware of profile to be 0. Set the profile so that it does not match any hardware type.
Parameters:

  • <1-255>: the type of AP hardware.

Command mode: AP Profile Configuration Mode
Default: 0
Usage guide: Ensure that the AP profile supports the hardware type. If the profile does not support the hardware type, the hardware type cannot be configured for the AP. After modifying the hardware type value, the state of all VAPs will be configured as the default.
Example: Appoint the hardware type of AP as 5.

active500EM(config-ap-profile)#hwtype 5

 

2.19 management vlan

Command: management vlan <1-4094>
no management vlan
Function: Set a managed VLAN for the AP configuration file. The no command sets the VLAN as 1.
Parameters:

  • <1-4094>: VLAN ID is required.

Command mode: AP Profile Configuration Mode
Default: 1
Usage guide: Modify the managed VLAN of the AP. Issue the configuration to be effective after modifying.
Example: Appoint the managed VLAN of the AP profile 1 as 4094.

active500EM(config-ap-profile)#management vlan 4094
active500EM(config-ap-profile)#wireless ap profile apply 1

 

2.20 management vlan priority

Command: management vlan priority <0-7>
no management vlan priority
Function: Set the priority of managed VLAN for a configuration file. The no command resets the value to 0.
Parameters:

  • <0-7>: the priority of managed VLAN and the required parameter.

Command mode: AP Profile Configuration Mode
Default: The default priority is 0.
Usage guide: Modify the priority of managed VLAN for AP through this command. Issue the configuration to be effective after modifying.
Example: Appoint the priority of managed VLAN for AP profile 1 as 7

active500EM(config-ap-profile)# management vlan priority 7
active500EM(config-ap-profile)#wireless ap profile apply 1

 

2.21 name

Command: name <name>
no name
Function: Configure a descriptive name for a configuration file. The no command resets the descriptive name of profile to be default. In addition, profile 1 is reset to default, and the others are reset to free.
Parameters:

  • <name>: the descriptive name of profile.

Command mode: AP Profile Configuration Mode
Default: Free.
Usage guide: The AP profile whose ID is 1 is the default configuration The descriptive name is default. The descriptive names of other new profiles are free as default. The no command resets the descriptive name, profile 1 is reset to default, and the others are reset to free.
Example: Configure the descriptive name of the profile as abc.

active500EM(config-ap-profile)#name abc

 

2.22 ntp server

Command: ntp server {domain <word> | ipv4 <A.B.C.D> | ipv6 <X:X::X:X> }
no ntp server
Function: Set the NTP server domain name or IP address for AP. The no command cancels the domain name or IP address.
Parameters:

  • <word>: domain name of server.
  • <A.B.C.D>: server address of IPv4.
  • <X:X::X:X>: server address of IPv6.

Command mode: AP Profile Configuration Mode
Default: NTP server is not configured.
Usage guide: This command is used to configure NTP server for the AP. If the AC NTP server function is enabled, the NTP server can be configured as the address of the AC. In this scenario, the AC is the server, AP is the client, and the AP and AC are synchronized.
Example: Configure server (AC address) for AP under ap profile 1 as 192.168.1.1.

active500EM(config-ap-profile)#ntp server ipv4 192.168.1.1

 

2.23 profile

Command: profile <1-1024>
no profile <1-1024>
Function: Set a profile ID for an AP. The no command deletes the profile ID and recovers it to be the default profile ID.
Parameters:

  • <1-1024>: the appointed profile ID.

Command mode: AP Configuration Mode
Default: The profile ID of AP is 1.
Usage guide: This command can set a profile ID for an AP or delete an ID and reset it to default. Reboot the relevant AP after the command is successfully configured to make the new association effective.
Example: Configure the profile ID of AP as 3.

active500EM(config-ap)#profile 3
The valid AP entry is updated. This AP is already managed. To update the managed AP configuration with the new value(s), you need to reset the AP.

 

2.24 rate-limit ethernet

Command: rate-limit Ethernet
no rate-limit Ethernet
Function: Enable rate limiting for the AP. The no command disables this function.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: AP Configuration Mode
Default: Enabled.
Usage guide: Enable rate limiting for the AP. After configuring this function on the AC, the configuration is effective through the ?wireless ap eth- parameter apply? command.
Example: Disable rate limiting of the AP.

active500EM(config-wireless)#ap database f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
active500EM(config-ap)# no rate-limit ethernet
active500EM#wireless ap eth-parameter apply f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0

 

2.25 rate-limit ethernet arp

Command: rate-limit ethernet arp <0-1000000>
no rate-limit ethernet arp
Function: Configure ARP packets rate limits for the AP Ethernet ingress. The no command recovers to be default.
Parameters:

  • <0-1000000>: ARP packets rate range; unit is pps.

Command mode: AP Configuration Mode
Default: 500pps.
Usage guide: Configure ARP packets rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress. After this function is configured on the AC, the configuration becomes effective through the wireless ap eth-parameter apply command.
Example: Configure ARP packets rate restriction of AP ethernet ingress as 100pps.

active500EM(config-wireless)#ap database f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
active500EM(config-ap)#rate-limit ethernet arp 100
active500EM#wireless ap eth-parameter apply f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0

 

2.26 rate-limit ethernet broadcast

Command: rate-limit ethernet broadcast <0-1000000>
no rate-limit ethernet broadcast
Function: Configure broadcast packet rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress. The no command resets to default.
Parameters:

  • <0-1000000>: broadcast packets rate range; unit is pps.

Command mode: AP Configuration Mode
Default: 1000pps.
Usage guide: Configure broadcast packet rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress. After this function is configured on the AC, the configuration becomes effective through the wireless ap eth-parameter apply command.
Example: Configure broadcast packets rate restriction of AP ethernet ingress as 100pps.

active500EM(config-wireless)#ap database f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
active500EM(config-ap)# rate-limit ethernet arp 100
active500EM#wireless ap eth-parameter apply f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0

 

2.27 rate-limit ethernet multicast

Command: rate-limit ethernet multicast <0-1000000>
no rate-limit ethernet multicast
Function: Configure multicast packets rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress. The no command resets to default.
Parameters:

  • <0-1000000>: multicast packets rate range; unit is pps.

Command mode: AP Configuration Mode
Default: 10000pps.
Usage guide: Configure multicast packets rate limits of AP ethernet ingress. After this function is configured on the AC, the configuration is effective through the wireless ap eth-parameter apply command.
Example: Configure multicast packets rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress as 100pps.

active500EM(config-wireless)#ap database f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
active500EM(config-ap)# rate-limit ethernet multicast 100
active500EM#wireless ap eth-parameter apply f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0

 

2.28 rate-limit ethernet timer

Command: rate-limit ethernet timer <10-1000>
no rate-limit ethernet timer
Function: Configure the rate limit time interval of the AP ethernet ingress. The no command resets to default.
Parameters:

  • <10-1000>: the time interval which can be configured; unit is ms.

Command mode: AP Configuration Mode
Default: 100ms.
Usage guide: Configure the rate limit interval of the AP ethernet ingress. After this function is configured on the AC, the configuration is effective through the wireless ap eth-parameter apply command.
Example: Configure rate limit time interval of the AP ethernet ingress as 1000ms.

active500EM(config-wireless)#ap database f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
active500EM(config-ap)#rate-limit ethernet timer 1000
active500EM#wireless ap eth-parameter apply f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0

 

2.29 rate-limit ethernet unicast

Command: rate-limit ethernet unicast <0-1000000>
no rate-limit ethernet unicast
Function: Configure unicast packets rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress. The no command resets to default.
Parameters:

  • <0-1000000>: unicast packets rate range; unit is pps.

Command mode: AP Configuration Mode
Default: 60000pps.
Usage guide: Configure unicast packets rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress. After configuring this function on the AC, the configuration is effective through the wireless ap eth-parameter apply command.
Example: Configure unicast packets rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress as 100pps.

active500EM(config-wireless)#ap database f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
active500EM(config-ap)#rate-limit ethernet unicast 100
active500EM#wireless ap eth-parameter apply f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0

 

2.30 rate-limit ethernet unicast-promiscuous

Command: rate-limit ethernet unicast-promiscuous <0-1000000>
no rate-limit ethernet unicast-promiscuous
Function: Configure unicast packets rate limit of the AP ethernet ingress under mix mode. The no command resets to default.
Parameters:

  • <0-1000000>: unicast packets rate range in mix mode; unit is pps.

Command mode: AP Configuration Mode
Default: 60000pps.
Usage guide: Configure unicast packets rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress under mix mode. After configuring this function on the AC, the configuration is effective through the wireless ap eth-parameter apply command.
Example: Configure unicast packets rate limits of the AP ethernet ingress under mix mode as 100pps.

active500EM(config-wireless)#ap database f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
active500EM(config-ap)#rate-limit ethernet promiscuous 100
active500EM#wireless ap eth-parameter apply f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0

 

2.31 wireless ap download abort

Command: wireless ap download abort
Function: Abort the AP Image update process.
Parameters: None
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: When the AP renews the Image file, all the APs except the APs that are aborted to download in the current group will continue to download if this command is entered. After downloading, updating will not be triggered. The image will not download for the aborted AP.
Example: Abort the current AP Image update.

active500EM#wireless ap download abort

 

2.32 wireless ap download group-size

Command: wireless ap download group-size <1-48>
Function: Configure the number of APs that can download the image file at the same time per group.
Parameters:

  • <1-48>: the number of APs that can download the image file to TFTP Server at the same time per group.

Command mode: Wireless Global Mode
Default: 10.
Usage guide: Configure the number of APs that can download the image file at the same time per group through this command. The minimum is 1 and the maximum is 48.
Example: Configure the number of APs that can download the image file at the same time per group as 20.

active500EM(config-wireless)#wireless ap download group-size 20

 

2.33 wireless ap download image-type

Command: wireless ap download image-type <1-5> <word>
no wireless ap download image-type <1-5>
Function: Configure the TFTP address that a specific AP Image type is in and configure the full path of the file. Alternately, configure the FTP server address, username, password, and full path of the file.
Parameters :

  • <1-4>: the type of image.
  • <word>: configure a URL using tftp://<ipaddress>/<filepath>/<fileName> or ftp://<username>:<password>:@<ipaddress>/<filepath>/<fileName>.

Command mode: Wireless Global Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Configure a TFTP address and the full path of the file or the FTP server address, username, password, and full path of the file for every specific image file through this command. Server addresses can be different. Configure the image file which has existed on the server. If it does not exist or the file is wrong, the AC will not prompt. The AP will prompt downloading failure when downloading or prompt that the image file is not correct after downloading. The no command deletes the TFTP address and the full path or the FTP server address, username, password, and full path of the file.
Example: Configure TFTP address and the full file path for the image file of type 1.

active500EM(config-wireless)#wireless ap download image-type 1 tftp://192.168.1.100/image.tar

 

2.34 wireless ap download start

Command: wireless ap download start [image-type <1-5>] [<macaddr>] Function: Set the AP that agrees with a specific image type or MAC address or agrees with both of them to start to download the image file that has been configured completely.
Parameters :

  • image-type <1-5>: the type of image.
  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command sets all APs that operate a specific image type or MAC address to start downloading the image files that are completely configured.The image type of the AP is not considered. If the image type requested for download does not exist, the image downloading will not start.
Example: Set the identified AP whose type is 1 to start downloading the image file.

active500EM#wireless ap download start image type 1 f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0

Set the AP to start downloading the image file.

active500EM#wireless ap download start
Wireless system initiated code download for managed AP f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0

 

2.35 wireless ap factory-reset

Command: wireless ap factory-reset [<mac>] Function: Reset the AP managed by the AC to factory configurations.
Parameters :

  • <mac>: mac value of the managed AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Input this command on the AC to reset to the AP factory configurations. When the parameter of <MAC> is not inputted, the APs associated with AC will reset to the factory configuration. When the parameter of <MAC> value is inputted, the AP that corresponds with this MAC address will reset to factory configurations.
Example: Reset the AP with MAC of f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 to factory configuration; reset all APs managed by the AC to factory configurations.

active500EM#wireless ap factory-reset f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
active500EM#wireless ap factory-reset

 

2.36 wireless ap integrated image-type

Command: wireless ap integrated image-type <1-5> WORD
no wireless ap integrated image-type <1-5>
Function: Set an image file type for the AP. The no command deletes the image file.
Parameters :

  • <1-5>: the image type number of the AP.
  • WORD: appoint the URI of image file.

Command mode: Wireless Global Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to set an image type file for the AP.
Example: Set an image type file for the AP.

active500EM(config-wireless)#wireless ap integrated device-type 1 flash:/image.tar

 

2.37 wireless ap profile apply

Command: wireless ap profile apply <1-1024>
Function: Set the profile configuration file for the AP.
Parameters:

  • <1-1024>: the ID of profile.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Set the configuration file for the AP, otherwise, it cannot be provisioned. When setting the configuration, the hardware type of the profile should match the hardware type of the AP, otherwise, it cannot be configured. If the AC does not set the configuration file when first linking to the AP, set the configuration file with profile ID 1 to the AP.
Example: Issue the profile whose ID is 1 for AP.

active500EM#wireless ap profile apply 1
All configurations will be sent to the APs associated with this profile. Are you sure you want to apply the profile configuration? [Y/N]y
AP Profile apply is in progress.

 

2.38 wireless ap reset

Command: wireless ap reset [<macaddr>] Function: Reset the AP appointed MAC address at the AC management, or reset all managed APs manually.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of the AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Using this command on the controller, the AC can reset the AP at the peer management, but on peer it cannot reset the AP on the controller.
Example: Reset the AP with the identified address.

active500EM#wireless ap reset f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Are you sure you want to reset WS managed AP? [Y/N]y
Reset requested for WS Managed AP

 

2.39 statistics-interval

Command: statistics-interval <10-3600>
no statistics-interval
Function: Stipulate the time interval of the AP reporting the status statistic data. The no command sets the time interval to automatic.
Parameters:

  • <10-3600>: the range of time interval; unit is seconds.

Command mode: Wireless Global Mode
Default: Auto.
Usage guide: The status information of the AP should be monitored by the managed AC. For the management mode of the AC to the AP, the ideal updating mode is the one in which AP records the information automatically. If the statistic-interval is configured on the AC, when it is issued to the AP, the AP will receive the time interval stipulated by the AC. When using automode (no statistics-interval), the AP will adjust the time interval automatically.
Example: Configure the time interval of the AP as 200s; set the time interval to auto.

active500EM(config-wireless)#statistics-interval 200
active500EM(config-wireless)#no statistics-interval

 

2.40 show wireless

Command: show wireless
Function: Display the global configuration parameters information of the AC and the operation status information.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the global configuration and operational status information of the AC. It includes wireless global on-off, wireless AC address, automatic update mode starting, and QoS mode on-off.
Example: Display the global configuration information and operational status information of the AC.

active500EM#show wireless
Administrative Mode............................ Enable
Operational Status............................. Enabled
WS IP Address.................................. 192.168.1.1
WS IP v6 Address............................... 2012::1:1
WS Auto IP Assign Mode......................... Enable
WS Switch Static IP............................ -----
WS Switch Static IP v6......................... -----
AP Authentication Mode......................... Mac
AP Auto Upgrade Mode........................... Disable
AP Validation Method........................... Local
Client Roam Timeout (secs)..................... 30
Country Code................................... US-United States
Peer Group ID.................................. 1
Cluster Priority............................... 1
Cluster Controller............................. Yes
Cluster Controller IP Address.................. 192.168.1.1
Cluster Controller IP v6 Address............... 2012::1:1
Wireless System IP Control Port................ 57775
AP Client QoS Mode............................. Disable
AP Igmp Snooping Mode.......................... Disable
Switch Provisioning............................ Enable
Network Mutual Authentication Mode............. Disable
Unmanaged AP Re-provisioning Mode.............. Enable
Network Mutual Authentication Status........... Not Started
Regenerate X.509 Certificate Status............ Not In Progress
Force WiFi Compatible.......................... Disable
Statistics Interval............................ Auto

 

2.41 show wireless agetime

Command: show wireless agetime
Function: Display the age information of every table in the status database.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the age information of every table in the status database. It includes the age of AP relevance failure table, RF scanning table, client finding table, and client relevance failure table.
Example: Display the age of every table of the AC.

active500EM#show wireless agetime
Ad Hoc Client Statue Age (hours)............... 24
AP Failure Status Age (hours).................. 24
RF Scan Status Age (hours)..................... 24
Detected Clients Age (hours)................... 24
Agetime Client-Failure......................... 24
AP Provisioning Database Agetime (hours)....... 72

 

2.42 show wireless ap capability

Command: show wireless ap capability [ <1-255> radio <1-2> ] Function: Display the AP wireless capability the current system supports or show the radio hardware type for the AP.
Parameters:

  • <1-255>: the ID of the AP hardware type.
  • <1-2>: the number of radios.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Display the AP function of the hardware type the current system supports or display the radio hardware type function of an AP through this command.
Example: 1. Display the AP function of all hardware types the current system supports.

active500EM#show wireless ap capability
Hardware Type ID............................... 1
Hardware Type Version..........................
Hardware Type Description...................... ARC1000MAP, Indoor Single Radio a/b/g/n
CPU Type....................................... AR9344-533
Radio Count.................................... 1
DualBoot Support............................... Enable
Image Type..................................... 1
Integrated Image URL...........................
Radio 1 Information:
  Radio Type Description....................... 802.11 a/b/g/n
  802.11a Support.............................. Enable
  802.11b/g Support............................ Enable
  802.11n Support.............................. Enable
  VAP Count.................................... 16
  Max Transmit Power........................... 20(dBm)
  Max Spatial Stream Number.................... 2
  Min Beacon Interval.......................... 40(ms)
Hardware Type ID............................... 2
Hardware Type Version..........................
Hardware Type Description...................... ARC1000MAP, Indoor Single Radio b/g/n
CPU Type....................................... AR9344-533
Radio Count.................................... 1
DualBoot Support............................... Enable
Image Type..................................... 1
Integrated Image URL...........................
Radio 1 Information:
  Radio Type Description....................... 802.11 b/g/n
  802.11a Support.............................. Disable
  802.11b/g Support............................ Enable
  802.11n Support.............................. Enable
  VAP Count.................................... 16
  Max Transmit Power........................... 20(dBm)
  Max Spatial Stream Number.................... 2
  Min Beacon Interval.......................... 40(ms)

2. Display the radio hardware type function of the AP.

active500EM#show wireless ap capability 1 radio 1
Hardware Type ID............................... 1
Hardware Type Description...................... ARC2000MAP, Indoor Single Radio a/b/g/n
Radio Count.................................... 1
Image Type..................................... 1-ARC Series AP
Radio.......................................... 1
Radio Type Description......................... 802.11 a/b/g/n
VAP Count...................................... 16
802.11a Support................................ Enable
802.11bg Support............................... Enable
802.11n Support................................ Enable

 

2.43 show wireless ap capability dual-boot

Command: show wireless ap capability dual-boot
Function: Display the various kinds of hardware types of AP that support dual-boot.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Display the hardware type the current system supports to check if the AP supports dual-boot through this command.
Example: Display the hardware types the AP supports for dual-boot.

active500EM#show wireless ap capability dual-boot
Hardware  Hardware                                                        Dual Boot
Type ID   Type Description                                                Support
--------  ------------------------------------------------------------    -------
0         Any                                                             Not Supported
5         ICX200S, Indoor Single Band Radio 802.11N                       Supported
7         ICXi250D, Indoor Dual Band Radio 802.11N                        Supported
21        ARC1000MAP, Indoor Single Band Radio 802.11N                    Supported
22        ARC2000MAP, Indoor Dual Band Radio 802.11N                      Supported
23        ICX300B, Dual Band 802.11N Outdoor Access Point                 Supported
26        ICX100SW, In-Wall 802.11N Radio                                 Supported

 

2.44 show wireless ap capability image-table

Command: show wireless ap capability image-table
Function: Display the type of AP image the current system supports.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: Display the type of AP image the current system supports.
Example: Display the type of AP image the current system supports.

active500EM#show wireless ap capability image-table
Image Type ID   Image Type Description
--------------  ----------------------
1               Supported AP Hardware Type: n/a
2               Supported AP Hardware Type: 57212223
3               Supported AP Hardware Type: n/a
4               Supported AP Hardware Type: n/a

 

2.45 show wireless ap download

Command: show wireless ap download
Function: Display the global downloading status of AP.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the global downloading status of the AP. It can display the full path of the image file of the appointed AP type, the TFTP server address, the global downloading status, and the downloading status of every AP.
Example: Display the global downloading status.

active500EM#show wireless ap download
Image 1 User Mode.............................. TFTP
Image 1 File Name.............................. image.tar
Image 1 File Path.............................. soft
Image 1 Server Address......................... 192.168.1.50
Image 2 User Mode..............................
Image 2 File Name..............................
Image 2 File Path..............................
Image 2 Server Address.........................
Image 3 User Mode..............................
Image 3 File Name..............................
Image 3 File Path..............................
Image 3 Server Address.........................
Image 4 User Mode..............................
Image 4 File Name..............................
Image 4 File Path..............................
Image 4 Server Address.........................
Image 5 User Mode..............................
Image 5 File Name..............................
Image 5 File Path..............................
Image 5 Server Address.........................
Download Type.................................. None
Download Status................................ Not Started
Total Count.................................... 0
Success Count.................................. 0
Failure Count.................................. 0
Abort Count.................................... 0

 

2.46 show wireless ap image availability

Command: show wireless ap image availability
Function: Display the AP image software information saved by the AC.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the AP image software information saved by the AC. It includes the version information of the AP image software, communication version information, and the device type information this image supports.
Example: Display the AP image software information saved by the AC.

active500EM#show wireless ap image availability
flash: /ARC2000MAPr1_2.0.10.1.tar
SoftWare-Version: 2.0.10.1
Protocol-Version: 2
device-typelist: 2

 

2.47 show wireless ap profile

Command: show wireless ap profile [ <1-1024> [radio [<1-2>] ] ] Function: Display the details information of a configuration file.
Parameters:

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

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the profile information. If the parameters are not entered, the global profile information is shown. If entering the profile ID (radioID), it displays the detailed information under those parameters.
Example: Display the detailed information of the configuration file of 1.

active500EM#show wireless ap profile 1
AP Profile ID.................................. 1
Profile Name................................... Default
HardwareType................................... ARC2000MAP, Indoor Dual Band Radio 802.11N
Wired Network Detection VLAN ID................ 1
Profile Status................................. Associated
Valid APs Configured........................... 1
Managed APs Configured......................... 1
active500EM#show wireless ap profile
AP Profile ID  Profile Name                      Associated APs       Profile Status(APs)
-------------  --------------------------------  -------------------  -------------------
1              Default                           1                    Associated (0)
3              Default                           0                    Configured (0)

 

2.48 show wireless ap statistics

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> statistics
Function: Display the global statistics information of an identified managed AP.
Parameters :

  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the global statistics information of an identified managed AP. It includes the transmission, reception, dropping number, and size of the wireless packets of the AP.
Example: Display the global statistics information of an identified managed AP.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 statistics
MAC address.................................... f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location.......................................
WLAN Packets Received.......................... 0
WLAN Packets Transmitted....................... 11380
WLAN Bytes Received............................ 0
WLAN Bytes Transmitted......................... 933704
WLAN Packets Received Dropped.................. 0
WLAN Packets Transmitted Dropped............... 0
WLAN Bytes Receive Dropped..................... 0
WLAN Bytes Transmitted Dropped................. 0
Ethernet Packets Received...................... 11100
Ethernet Packets Transmitted................... 10699
Ethernet Bytes Received........................ 944880
Ethernet Bytes Transmitted..................... 8701842
Ethernet Multicast Packets Received............ 200
Total Transmit Errors.......................... 0
Total Receive Errors........................... 0
Central L2 Tunnel Bytes Received............... 0
Central L2 Tunnel Packets Received............. 0
Central L2 Tunnel Multicast Packets Received... 0
Central L2 Tunnel Bytes Transmitted............ 0
Central L2 Tunnel Packets Transmitted.......... 0
Central L2 Tunnel Multicast Packets Transmitt.. 0
ARP Reqs Converted from Bcast to Ucast......... 0
Filtered ARP Requests.......................... 0
Broadcasted ARP Requests....................... 0

 

2.49 show wireless ap status

Command: show wireless ap [ <macaddr> ] status
Function: Display the status information of all the current APs or an identified AP.
Parameters:

  • <macaddr>: the MAC address of AP.

Command mode: Admin Mode.
Default: None.
Usage guide: If the parameter is not entered, display the status information of all the currently managed APs. It includes the MAC address of the AP, the configuration file, and the management status. If the parameter is input, the command displays the detailed information of the identified AP.
Example: Display the status information of all APs.

active500EM#show wireless ap status
    MAC Address                                                            Configuration
 (*) Peer Managed  IP Address                              Profile Status     Status           Age
------------------ --------------------------------------- ------- ------- ------------- --------------
 f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 192.168.1.11                            1       Managed Success       0d:00:00:02
*f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 192.168.1.11                            1       Managed Success       0d:00:00:04
Total Access Points............................ 2

 

2.50 show wireless ap radio statistics

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> radio <1-2> statistics
Function: Display the radio statistics information of an identified managed AP.
Parameters:

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

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the radio statistics information of an identified managed AP. The statistics are according to the identified radio.
Example: Display the statistics information of radio 1 of an identified managed AP.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 radio 1 statistics
MAC address.................................... f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location.......................................
Radio.......................................... 1-802.11 b/g/n
WLAN Packets Received.......................... 0
WLAN Packets Transmitted....................... 13479
WLAN Bytes Received............................ 0
WLAN Bytes Transmitted......................... 1094258
WLAN Packets Received Dropped.................. 0
WLAN Packets Transmitted Dropped............... 0
WLAN Bytes Received Dropped.................... 0
WLAN Bytes Transmitted Dropped................. 0
Fragments Received............................. 3066096
Fragments Transmitted.......................... 13480
Multicast Frames Received...................... 0
Multicast Frames Transmitted................... 3479
Duplicate Frame Count.......................... 0
Failed Transmitted Count....................... 4
Transmit Retry Count........................... 0
Multiple Retry Count........................... 0
RTS Success Count.............................. 0
RTS Failure Count.............................. 0
ACK Failure Count.............................. 28
FCS Error Count................................ 682415
Frames Transmitted............................. 13480
WEP Undecryptable Count........................ 0

 

2.51 show wireless ap radio vap statistics

Command: show wireless ap <macaddr> radio <1-2> vap <0-15> statistics
Function: Display the VAP statistics information of an identified managed AP.
Parameters:

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

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the VAP statistics information of an identified managed AP. The statistics information shown relates to the identified VAP.
Example: Display the statistics information of VAP0 in radio 1 of an identified managed AP.

active500EM#show wireless ap f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0 radio 1 vap 0 statistics
AP MAC Address................................. f8-f7-d3-00-03-a0
Location.......................................
Radio.......................................... 1-802.11b/g/n
VAP ID......................................... 0
WLAN Packets Received.......................... 0
WLAN Packets Transmitted....................... 13492
WLAN Bytes Received............................ 0
WLAN Bytes Transmitted......................... 1095116
WLAN Packets Received Dropped.................. 0
WLAN Packets Transmitted Dropped............... 0
WLAN Bytes Received Dropped.................... 0
WLAN Bytes Transmitted Dropped................. 0
Client Association Failures.................... 0
Client Authentication Failures................. 0

 

2.52 show wireless statistics

Command: show wireless statistics
Function: Display the statistics information of the current global AC.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the statistics information of the current global AC. If the current AC is the Controller, display the information of the AC and cluster. Otherwise, display the information of this AC.
Example: Display the statistic information of the current global AC.

active500EM#show wireless statistics
WLAN Bytes Received............................ 0
WLAN Bytes Transmitted......................... 1102488
WLAN Packets Received.......................... 0
WLAN Packets Transmitted....................... 13590
WLAN Bytes Receive Dropped..................... 0
WLAN Bytes Transmit Dropped.................... 0
WLAN Packets Receive Dropped................... 0
WLAN Packets Transmit Dropped.................. 0

 

2.53 show wireless status

Command: show wireless status
Function: Display the status parameters of the global AC.
Parameters: None.
Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the status parameters of the global AC. If the current AC is the Controller, display the information of the cluster. Otherwise, display the information of this AC.
Example: Display the status parameters of the global AC.

active500EM#show wireless status
Total Access Points............................ 0
Managed Access Points.......................... 0
Connection Failed Access Points................ 0
Discovered Access Points....................... 0
Maximum Managed APs in Peer Group.............. 2000
Rogue AP Mitigation Count...................... 0
Rogue AP Mitigation Limit...................... 16
Total Clients.................................. 0
Authenticated Clients.......................... 0
Maximum Associated Clients..................... 30000
Detected Clients............................... 0
Maximum Detected Clients....................... 60000
Peer Switches.................................. 0
Unknown Access Points.......................... 0
Rogue Access Points............................ 0
Standalone Access Points....................... 0
AP Provisioning Count.......................... 0
Maximum AP Provisioning Entries................ 4000
Distributed Tunnel Clients..................... 0
WLAN Utilization............................... 0
Maximum Pre-authentication History Entries..... 500
Total Pre-authentication History Entries....... 0
Maximum Roam History Entries................... 500
Total Roam History Entries..................... 0
Maximum APs in WDS Group....................... 4
Maximum WDS Links in WDS Group................. 6

 

2.54 show wireless switch statistics

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

  • <ipaddr>: the address of the AC which needs to be shown. Use this parameter when the AC is the Controller
  • Local: use this parameter when the current AC is the common AC.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the statistics information of the current AC. If the AC is the Controller, display the information of every peer AC in the Cluster. Otherwise, display the local information only.
Example: Display the statistic information of the current AC.

active500EM#show wireless switch local statistics
WLAN Bytes Received............................ 0
WLAN Bytes Transmitted......................... 1139885
WLAN Packets Received.......................... 0
WLAN Packets Transmitted....................... 14094
WLAN Bytes Receive Dropped..................... 0
WLAN Bytes Transmit Dropped.................... 0
WLAN Packets Receive Dropped................... 0
WLAN Packets Transmit Dropped.................. 0

 

2.55 show wireless switch status

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

  • <ipaddr>: the address of the AC which needs to be shown. Use this parameter when the AC is the Controller.
  • Local: use this parameter when the current AC is the common AC.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the status parameter information of the current global AC. If the AC is the Controller, display the information of every peer AC in the cluster. Otherwise, show the local information only.
Example: Display the status parameter information of the current global AC.

active500EM#show wireless switch local status
Switch IP Address.............................. 192.168.1.1
Cluster Priority............................... 1
AP Image Download Mode......................... Integrated, Independent
Total Access Points............................ 1
Managed Access Points.......................... 1
Connection Failed Access Points................ 0
Discovered Access Points....................... 0
Maximum Managed Access Points.................. 32
Total Clients.................................. 0
Authenticated Clients.......................... 0
Distributed Tunnel Clients..................... 0
WLAN Utilization............................... 64

 

2.56 show wireless switch tspec statistics

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

  • <ipaddr>: the address of the AC which needs to be shown. Use this parameter when the AC is the Controller.
  • Local: use this parameter when the current AC is the common AC.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the TSPEC statistics information of the AC. If the AC is the Controller, display the information of every peer AC of the current cluster. Otherwise, display the local information only.
Example: Display the TSPEC statistics information of the 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

 

2.57 show wireless switch tspec status

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

  • <ipaddr>: the address of the AC which needs to be shown. Use this parameter when the AC is the Controller.
  • Local: use this parameter when the current AC is the common AC.

Command mode: Admin Mode
Default: None.
Usage guide: This command is used to display the TSPEC status parameter information of the AC. If the AC is the Controller, display the information of every peer AC of the current cluster. Otherwise, display the local information only.
Example: Display the TSPEC status parameter information of the AC.

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