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AR Router Troubleshooting Guide

This Product Documentation provides guidance for maintaining AR Enterprise Router, covering common information collection and fault diagnostic commands, typical fault troubleshooting guide, and troubleshooting.
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How Can I Configure the WLAN Function?

How Can I Configure the WLAN Function?

Procedure

The following describes how to configure the WLAN function for an AR router:

  • For the Fat AP architecture, see Example for Configuring Wireless User Access to a WLAN in Huawei AR100&AR120&AR150&AR160&AR200&AR1200&AR2200&AR3200&AR3600 Series Enterprise Routers Configuration - CLI-based Configuration - WLAN-FAT AP Configuration Guide.
  • For the AC+Fit AP architecture, see Example for Configuring WLAN Services on a Small-Scale Network (IPv4 Network) in Huawei AR100&AR120&AR150&AR160&AR200&AR1200&AR2200&AR3200&AR3600 Series Enterprise Routers Configuration - CLI-based Configuration - WLAN-AC Configuration Guide.

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An AR router can function as an AC or a Fat AP to provide the WLAN access service for users.

  • Usage scenarios:

    • An AR router serves a Fat AP to independently provide the WLAN access service for users in SOHO scenarios such as homes and small enterprises.
      NOTE:

      Only the AR121W, AR129CVW, AR121GW-L, AR129GW-L, AR129CGVW-L, AR109W, AR109GW-L, AR151W-P, AR156W, AR157W, AR157VW, AR158EVW, AR161W, AR161EW, AR161EW-M1, AR161FGW-L, AR161FGW-Lc, AR161FW, AR161FW-P-M5, AR161FGW-La, AR169FVW, AR169FVW-8S, AR169JFVW-4B4S, AR169JFVW-2S, AR169CVW-4B4S, AR169EGW-L, AR169EW, AR169CVW, AR169FGVW-L, AR169FGW-L, AR169W-P-M9, AR169RW-P-M9, AR201VW-P, AR207VW, AR1220W, AR1220VW, AR121W-S, AR101W-S, AR101GW-Lc-S, AR151W-P-S, AR161W-S, AR1220W-S and AR502EGW-L provide WLAN Fat AP functions.

    • An AR router serves an AC and works together with Fit APs to provide the WLAN access service for users in large-scale scenarios such as waiting rooms of stations and stadiums.
      NOTE:

      The AR109, AR109W, and AR109GW-L, AR109, AR109W, AR109GW-L, AR502CG-L, AR502EG-L, AR502EG-La, AR502EGW-L, AR502EG-L-PD, AR502EGRb-L, AR502EGRc-Lc, AR502EGRz-L, AR502EGRz-Lc and AR530 series do not support WLAN AC function.

  • Networking diagrams:

    • Figure 29-38 shows how an AR router serves as a Fat AP to independently provide wireless Internet access for users.

      Figure 29-38  Fat AP architecture
    • Figure 29-39 shows how an AR router serves as an AC and works with a Fit AP to provide wireless Internet access for users.

      Figure 29-39  AC+Fit AP architecture
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Updated: 2019-05-10

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