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AR500, AR510, and AR530 V200R007 Commands Reference

This document describes all the configuration commands of the device, including the command function, syntax, parameters, views, default level, usage guidelines, examples, and related commands.
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WLAN Service Configuration Commands

WLAN Service Configuration Commands

80211n a-mpdu enable (for FAT AP)

Function

The 80211n a-mpdu enable command enables aggregation of MPDUs.

The undo 80211n a-mpdu enable command disables aggregation of MPDUs.

By default, aggregation of MPDUs is enabled.

Format

80211n a-mpdu enable

undo 80211n a-mpdu enable

Parameters

None

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

To reduce cost, 802.11n uses frame aggregation technology that aggregates two or more frames into an A-MPDU to transmit.

Example

# Enable aggregation of MPDUs.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile id 1 name rp01  
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-rp01] 80211n a-mpdu enable   

80211n a-mpdu (for FAT AP)

Function

The 80211n a-mpdu command sets the maximum length of an aggregated MPDU (A-MPDU). MPDU stands for MAC protocol data unit.

The undo 80211n a-mpdu command restores the maximum length of an A-MPDU to the default value.

By default, the index for the maximum length of an A-MPDU is 3. The maximum length of the A-MPDU is 65535 bytes.

Format

80211n a-mpdu max-length-exponent length-capability-index

undo 80211n a-mpdu max-length-exponent

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

max-length-exponent length-capability-index

Indicates the index for the maximum length of the A-MPDU.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 3.

  • 0: indicates that the maximum length of the A-MPDU is 8191 bytes.
  • 1: indicates that the maximum length of the A-MPDU is 16383 bytes.
  • 2: indicates that the maximum length of the A-MPDU is 32767 bytes.
  • 3: indicates that the maximum length of the A-MPDU is 65535 bytes.

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

To reduce costs, 802.11n uses frame aggregation technology that aggregates two or more frames into an A-MPDU to transmit.

Prerequisites

The radio type of the radio profile has been set to 80211an, 80211gn, 80211bgn, or 80211n.

Example

# Set the maximum length of an A-MPDU to 32767 bytes in radio profile rp01.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile id 1 name rp01  
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-rp01] 80211n a-mpdu max-length-exponent 2

80211bg basic-rate (for FAT AP)

Function

The 80211bg basic-rate command configures a basic rate set of the 802.11bg protocol in the radio profile.

The undo 80211bg basic-rate command restores the default basic rate set of the 802.11bg protocol in the radio profile.

By default, the basic rate set of the 802.11bg protocol includes rates 1 Mbps and 2 Mbps in the radio profile.

Format

80211bg basic-rate [ 80211bg-rate-value &<1-12> | all ]

undo 80211bg basic-rate

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

80211bg-rate-value

Specifies an 802.11bg basic rate set.

Enumerated type:
  • 1: 1 Mbps
  • 2: 2 Mbps
  • 5: 5.5 Mbps
  • 6: 6 Mbps
  • 9: 9 Mbps
  • 11: 11 Mbps
  • 12: 12 Mbps
  • 18: 18 Mbps
  • 24: 24 Mbps
  • 36: 36 Mbps
  • 48: 48 Mbps
  • 54: 54 Mbps

all

Supports all basic rates.

-

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

The rates specified in the basic rate set must be supported by both the AP and STA; otherwise, the STA cannot associate with the AP. For example, if you configure the basic rate set to contain rates 6 Mbps and 9 Mbps and deliver the configuration to an AP, only STAs supporting the two rates can associate with the AP. The AP and STA select a rate from the basic rate set or the supported rate set to transmit packets.

After you run this command to configure a basic rate set in the radio profile, bind the radio profile to the AP's 2.4 GHz radio. If a STA associates with the AP in 802.11bg mode, the STA must support all rates specified by the basic rate set; otherwise, the STA cannot associate with the AP.

Configuration Precautions

This configuration applies only to STAs associated with an AP in 802.11bg mode but does not take effect on STAs associated with the AP in other modes.

The basic rate set and supported rate set cannot be empty simultaneously.

If no parameter is specified in the command, the basic rate set contains no rate settings.

Example

# Configure the 802.11bg basic rate set to contain rates 6 Mbps and 9 Mbps in the radio profile.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name radiopf
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-radiopf] 80211bg basic-rate 6 9

80211bg supported-rate (for FAT AP)

Function

The 80211bg supported-rate command configures a supported rate set of the 802.11bg protocol in the radio profile.

The undo 80211bg supported-rate command restores the default supported rate set of the 802.11bg protocol in the radio profile.

By default, the supported rate set of the 802.11bg protocol in the radio profile includes rates 1 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 11 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 18 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 48 Mbps, and 54 Mbps.

Format

80211bg supported-rate [ 80211bg-rate-value &<1-12> | all ]

undo 80211bg supported-rate

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

80211bg-rate-value

Specifies an 802.11bg supported rate set.

Enumerated type:
  • 1: 1 Mbps
  • 2: 2 Mbps
  • 5: 5.5 Mbps
  • 6: 6 Mbps
  • 9: 9 Mbps
  • 11: 11 Mbps
  • 12: 12 Mbps
  • 18: 18 Mbps
  • 24: 24 Mbps
  • 36: 36 Mbps
  • 48: 48 Mbps
  • 54: 54 Mbps

all

Supports all rates.

-

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

The supported rate set contains rates supported by the AP except the basic rates. The AP and STA can transmit data at all rates specified by the supported rate set. The AP and STA select a rate from the basic rate set or the supported rate set to transmit packets.

When a STA supports rates specified in the basic rate set, the STA can associate with the AP regardless of whether the STA supports rates specified in the supported rate set. In this case, the AP and STA can only select a rate from the basic rate set to transmit packets. For example, assume that you configure the basic rate set to contain rates 6 Mbps and 9 Mbps and the supported rate set to contain rates 48 Mbps and 54 Mbps. After you deliver the configurations to an AP, the STA supporting 6 Mbps and 9 Mbps can associate with the AP, and select either of the two rates to transmit packets with the AP. However, if the STA supports 6 Mbps, 9 Mbps, and 54 Mbps, the STA and AP select any of the three rates to transmit packets after the STA associates with the AP.

After you run this command to configure a supported rate set in the radio profile, bind the radio profile to the AP's 2.4 GHz radio. If a STA associates with the AP in 802.11bg mode, the AP and STA select a rate from the basic rate set or supported rate set to transmit packets.

Configuration Precautions

This configuration applies only to STAs associated with an AP in 802.11bg mode but does not take effect on STAs associated with the AP in other modes.

The basic rate set and supported rate set cannot be empty simultaneously.

If no parameter is specified in the command, the supported rate set contains no rate settings.

Example

# Configure the 802.11bg supported rate set to contain rates 6 Mbps and 9 Mbps in the radio profile.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name radiopf
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-radiopf] 80211bg supported-rate 6 9

ap-manufacturer-config (for FAT AP)

Function

The ap-manufacturer-config command restores the factory settings of APs.

Format

ap-manufacturer-config

Parameters

None

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

When a configuration error occurs on the AP, you can run this command to clear AP configurations.

After restoring factory settings, the AP is reset and configurations are restored to factory settings.

Example

# Restore the factory settings of the AP.
<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] ap-manufacturer-config

ap-reset (for FAT AP)

Function

The ap-reset command resets an AP.

Format

ap-reset

Parameters

None

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

After the command is run, the AP restarts and the latest configuration file saved on the router takes effect for the AP after startup.

Example

# Reset the AP.
<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] ap-reset

ap-sysname (for FAT AP)

Function

The ap-sysname command changes the system name of an AP.

The undo ap-sysname command restores the default system name of an AP.

By default, the system name of an AP is ap-ap-id.

Format

ap-sysname ap-sysname

undo ap-sysname

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

ap-sysname

Specifies the system name of an AP.

The value is a string of 1 to 31 characters. The value cannot contain question marks (?) or spaces and cannot start or end with double quotation marks (" ").

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

You can run the ap-sysname command to change the AP system name or restore the default name.

Example

# Change the system name of AP to ap_01.
<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan
[Huawei-wlan-view] ap-sysname ap_01                                       

ap-threshold

Function

Using the ap-threshold command, you can set the alarm thresholds of the memory usage, and temperature for an AP.

Using the undo ap-threshold command, you can restore the default alarm thresholds of the memory usage, and temperature for an AP.

By default, the memory usage alarm threshold is 90%; the lower temperature alarm threshold is 1°C; the upper temperature alarm threshold is 80°C.

Format

ap-threshold memory-usage threshold-value

ap-threshold temperature high-value [ low-value ]

undo ap-threshold { memory-usage | temperature }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

memory-usage threshold-value

Specifies the memory usage alarm threshold.

The value is an integer ranging from 1 to 100, in percentage (%). The default value is 90.

temperature high-value

Specifies the upper temperature alarm threshold.

The value is an integer ranging from 1 to 100, in °C. The default value is 80.

temperature low-value

Specifies the lower temperature alarm threshold.

The value is an integer ranging from 1 to 100, in °C. The default value is 1.

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

You can set the alarm thresholds of memory usage, and temperature for an AP as required. When the memory usage, or temperature exceeds the alarm threshold, the AP generates an alarm. The AP saves alarm messages in logs to record the AP status. To view the logs, run the display trapbuffer command.

Example

# Set the memory usage alarm threshold to 70%.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan
[Huawei-wlan-view] ap-threshold memory-usage 70
Related Topics

association-timeout (for FAT AP)

Function

The association-timeout command configures an association aging time for STAs.

The undo association-timeout command restores the default association aging time.

By default, the association aging time is 5 minutes.

Format

association-timeout association-timeout

undo association-timeout

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

association-timeout

Specifies the association aging time of STAs.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 30, in minutes.

Views

Service set view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

The administrator can run the association-timeout command to set the association aging time for STAs. If the AP receives no data packet from a STA in a specified time, the STA goes offline after the association aging time expires.

Example

# Create a service set named ChinaNet and set the association aging time of STAs to 15 minutes.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name ChinaNet 
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] association-timeout 15       

available-antenna-number (for FAT AP)

Function

The available-antenna-number command sets the number of available antennas on a radio.

The undo available-antenna-number command restores the default number of available antennas on a radio.

By default, all antennas on a radio are available.

Format

available-antenna-number { all | available-antenna-number }

undo available-antenna-number

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Indicates that all antennas are available.

-

available-antenna-number

Specifies the number of available antennas.

The value is an integer. The value range varies according to devices:
  • AR500 series, AR510 series: 1 to 2

Views

WLAN-radio interface view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

  • The value of available antennas must be equal to or smaller than the number of antennas on a radio.
  • You can run this command to shut down excess antennas to save power.

Example

# Set the number of available antennas on a radio to 1.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] available-antenna-number 1 

beacon-interval (for FAT AP)

Function

The beacon-interval command sets the interval for sending Beacon frames.

The undo beacon-interval restores the default interval for sending Beacon frames.

By default, the interval for sending Beacon frames is 100 ms.

Format

beacon-interval beacon-interval

undo beacon-interval

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

beacon-interval

Specifies the interval for sending Beacon frames.

The value is an integer that ranges from 20 to 1000, in ms.

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

An AP broadcasts Beacon frames at intervals to notify STAs of an existing 802.11 network. After receiving a Beacon frame, a STA can modify parameters used to connect to the 802.11 network.

A long interval for sending Beacon frames lengthens the dormancy time of STAs, while a short interval for sending Beacon frames increases air interface costs. Therefore, you are advised to set the interval for sending Beacon frames for an AP based on the VAP quantity. The following intervals for sending Beacon frames are recommended for APs with different VAP quantities on a single radio:
  • No more than 4 VAPs: about 100 ms
  • 5 to 8 VAPs: about 200 ms
  • 9 to 12 VAPs: about 300 ms
  • 13 to 16 VAPs: about 400 ms

Example

# Set the interval for sending Beacon frames to 200 ms in the radio profile named 802.11b.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name 80211b
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-80211b] beacon-interval 200   

bind (STA profile view)

Function

The bind command binds a VE interface to a STA profile.

The undo bind command unbinds a VE interface from a STA profile.

By default, no VE interface is bound to a STA template.

NOTE:

Only the AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7, AR510 series support this command.

Format

bind virtual-ethernet ve-interface-number

undo bind

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

virtual-ethernet ve-interface-number

Specifies the number of a VE interface.

The value is in the format of slot number/card number/sequence number. The sequence number is an integer that ranges from 0 to 127.

NOTE:

The sequence number ranges from 0 to 7 on the AR510 series.

Views

STA profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After you bind a VE interface to a STA profile and enable the DHCP client function on the VE interface, the device can send a DHCP Request message to the DHCP server for an IP address to connect to the WLAN.

Prerequisites

A VE interface has been created using the interface virtual-ethernet command.

Example

# Bind VE interface 0/0/0 to STA profile sta1.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] station-profile name sta1
[Huawei-wlan-station-prof-sta1] bind virtual-ethernet 0/0/0

# Unbind VE interface 0/0/0 from STA profile sta1.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] station-profile name sta1
[Huawei-wlan-station-prof-sta1] undo bind

channel (for FAT AP)

Function

The channel command configures a channel for a radio.

The undo channel command restores the default channel of a radio.

The default working channel of a radio is selected based on the country code and radio frequency band.
  • The radio frequency band varies according to AP models.
  • The default working channel of each AP radio varies according to different country codes.

You can run the display actual channel-power (for FAT AP) command to check the channel in use on a radio.

Format

channel { 20mhz | 40mhz-minus | 40mhz-plus } channel

undo channel { 20mhz | 40mhz-minus | 40mhz-plus }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

20mhz

Indicates that the channel bandwidth is 20 MHz.

-

40mhz-minus

Indicates that the channel bandwidth is 40 MHz Minus.

-

40mhz-plus

Indicates that the channel bandwidth is 40 MHz Plus.

-

channel

Specifies the working channel for a radio. The channel is selected based on the country code and radio mode.

The parameter is an enumeration value. The value range is determined according to the country code and radio mode.

Views

Radio interface view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Different radios use different channels. Channels for radios also vary in different countries and regions. Select channels based on the actual situations.

NOTE:
  • The configured channel IDs must match the radio frequency band. For details about mappings between channel IDs and frequency bands, see Country codes & Channels compliance status.

  • The 2.4 GHz radio does not support the 40 MHz Minus and 40 MHz Plus bandwidth in FCC compliance regions (including America).

  • The channels you configure must be supported by the terminals; otherwise, the terminals cannot discover wireless signals. For example, when the country code is set to China, 5 GHz channels 36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60, and 64 can be configured. However, most terminals do not support these channels currently. If these channels are configured, the terminals cannot discover wireless signals. In this case, you can configure 5 GHz channels 149, 153, 157, 161, and 165, which are supported by the terminals.

  • If an AP detects radar signals on a channel, the channel cannot be configured as the radio channel of the AP in 30 minutes.

Prerequisites

The channel mode has been set to fixed using the channel-mode fixed command.

Example

# Configure the channel for radio of interface 0/0/0 as 6.
<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] channel 20mhz 6

channel-mode (for FAT AP)

Function

The channel-mode command sets the channel mode in a radio profile.

The undo channel-mode command restores the default channel mode in a radio profile.

By default, the channel of a radio can be automatically adjusted.

Format

channel-mode { auto | fixed }

undo channel-mode

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

auto

Indicates the automatic mode, in which the channels of radios bound to the radio profile can be automatically adjusted.

-

fixed

Indicates the fixed mode, in which radios bound to the radio profile use fixed channels.

-

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Two channel working modes are available:
  • Automatic mode: Channels are automatically selected to adapt to the radio environment.
  • Fixed mode: Channels must be manually specified for radios.

The automatic mode is recommended because you do not need to specify a channel for each radio. The fixed mode provides an alternative way. You can use this mode if you want to avoid frequent channel adjustment, which may cause intermittent service interruption.

If an AP needs radio calibration, the channel mode must be set to automatic mode in the AP's radio profile.

Example

# Set the channel mode in radio profile 802.11b to automatic mode.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name 80211b
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-80211b] channel-mode auto       

conflict-rate-threshold (for FAT AP)

Function

The conflict-rate-threshold command sets the collision rate threshold in a radio profile.

The undo conflict-rate-threshold command restores the default collision rate threshold in a radio profile.

By default, the collision rate threshold is 60.

Format

conflict-rate-threshold conflict-rate-threshold

undo conflict-rate-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

conflict-rate-threshold

Specifies the collision rate threshold.

The value is an integer that ranges from 20 to 80, in percentage (%).

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

If the MAC layer of a radio does not receive any ACK packet after sending a packet at the lowest rate, a collision occurs.

The collision rate threshold and the packet loss ratio threshold determine whether the radio environment is good. When the collision rate or packet loss ratio of a radio reaches the threshold, the system considers that the radio environment deteriorates. When this occurs, the system may start radio calibration or take measures to avoid signal interference.

Example

# Set the collision rate threshold to 70% in radio profile 802.11b.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name 80211b
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-80211b] conflict-rate-threshold 70

display actual channel-power (for FAT AP)

Function

The display actual channel-power command displays the channel and power of a radio.

Format

display actual channel-power interface wlan-radio [ wlan-radio-number ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

interface wlan-radio [ wlan-radio-number ]

Specifies the WLAN radio interface.

NOTE:

You do not need to enter a space between wlan-radio and wlan-radio-number.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

To view the channel used by a radio and power of the radio, run this command.

The power in the command output is the sum of the maximum transmit power of the radio interface and the antenna gain. If MIMO is supported, the MIMO gain should also be added. The maximum power displayed should comply with laws and regulations corresponding to the country code.

Example

# Display the current channel and power.
<Huawei> display actual channel-power interface wlan-radio0/0/0  
  --------------------------------------------------------                      
   RADIO  CHANNEL POWER-LEVEL POWER(dBm) CHANNEL-BANDWIDTH                      
  --------------------------------------------------------                      
   0/0    1       0           20      20MHz                                  
  --------------------------------------------------------    
Table 11-1  Description of the display actual channel-power command output

Item

Description

RADIO

Radio identified by the AP ID and radio ID.

CHANNEL

Current channel of a radio. The current channel may be different from the configured channel before the configuration is committed.

POWER-LEVEL

Current transmit power level of a radio. The current transmit power level may be different from the configured transmit power level before the configuration is committed.

POWER(dBm)

Current transmit power of the radio, in dBm, which is determined by the power level.

CHANNEL-BANDWIDTH

Channel bandwidth.

display ap (for FAT AP)

Function

The display ap command displays AP information.

Format

display ap

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

To view information about APs, run this command.

Example

# Display information about an AP.

<Huawei> display ap 
  AP detail information:                                                        
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  AP type: AP6010SN-GN                                                          
  State: normal                                                                 
  AP performance-statistic cycle: 15 minutes                                    
  AP high temperature threshold(ºC):  60                                        
  AP low temperature threshold(ºC):  10                                        
  AP access priority mode: Normal Access                                        
  Dynamic-blacklist : disable                                                   
  Dynamic-blacklist aging-duration(s) : 600                                     
  Attack detection flood interval(s) : 60                                       
  Attack detection flood times : 30                                             
  Attack detection psk interval(s) : 60                                         
  Attack detection psk times : 20                                               
  Flood attack detection quiet time(s)   : 600
  Psk attack detection quiet time(s)     : 600
  Weak iv attack detection quiet time(s) : 600
  Spoof attack detection quiet time(s)   : 600
  Maximum station number: 128
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 11-2  Description of the display ap command output

Item

Description

AP Type Type of an AP.
State Status of an AP.
  • normal: The AP is in normal state.
  • committing: The WLAN service configuration is being committed.
  • commit-failed: The WLAN service configuration fails to be committed.
AP performance-statistic cycle Interval at which performance statistics on an AP are collected, in minutes.
AP high temperature threshold(ºC) Temperature upper threshold of an AP.
AP low temperature threshold(ºC) Temperature lower threshold of an AP.
AP access priority mode Access mode of a STA.
  • normal: Users select the SSID configured on a 2.4 GHz radio to access the AP.
  • 5g: Users select the SSID configured on a 5 GHz radio to access the AP.
Dynamic-blacklist Status of the dynamic blacklist.
Dynamic-blacklist aging-duration(s) Aging time of the dynamic blacklist.
Attack detection flood interval(s) Interval for flood attack detection.
Attack detection flood times Upper threshold for the number of packets of the same type received by an AP at an interval.
Attack detection psk interval(s) Interval for PSK attack detection.
Attack detection psk times Upper threshold for the number of failed authentications at an interval.
Maximum station number

Maximum number of STAs supported by the AP.

display ap configurable channel (for FAT AP)

Function

The display ap configurable channel command displays the configurable channels supported by the AP.

Format

display ap configurable channel

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Different countries or regions use different wireless channels and powers. Setting country and area codes can specify channels that can be used on WLANs of different countries. The display ap configurable channel command displays the configurable channels supported by a AP.

Example

# Display the configurable channels supported by the AP.

Table 11-3  Description of the display ap configurable channel command output

Item

Description

2.4G 20M

Channels configurable on an AP when the AP works on the 2.4 GHz frequency band in 802.11b/g/n mode. These channels work at a bandwidth of 20 MHz.

2.4G 40M+

Channels configurable on an AP when the AP works on the 2.4 GHz frequency band in 802.11n mode. These channels work at a bandwidth of 40 MHz.

2.4G 40M-

Channels configurable on an AP when the AP works on the 2.4 GHz frequency band in 802.11n mode. These channels work at a bandwidth of 40 MHz.

5G 20M

Channels configurable on an AP when the AP works on the 5 GHz frequency band in 802.11g/n mode. These channels work at a bandwidth of 20 MHz.

5G 40M+

Channels configurable on an AP when the AP works on the 5 GHz frequency band in 802.11n mode. These channels work at a bandwidth of 40 MHz.

5G 40M-

Channels configurable on an AP when the AP works on the 5 GHz frequency band in 802.11n mode. These channels work at a bandwidth of 40 MHz.

display ap list

Function

The display ap list command displays information about APs scanned by the device in STA mode.

NOTE:

Only the AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7, AR510 series support this command.

Only V200R007C00 supports this command.

Format

display ap list

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

A device in STA mode needs to scan APs to access the WLAN. The display ap list command displays information about scanned APs, including the BSSID, channel, RSSI, and SSID, helping determine the WLAN to access.

Precautions

This command is valid only when the device works in STA mode. Before querying AP information, configure a STA profile and bind it to the radio. Otherwise, the query result is empty.

Example

# Display information about APs scanned by the device in STA mode on the 2.4 GHz radio.

<Huawei> display ap list
  Detected AP for Station Mode(2.4G):                                                                                               
  --------------------------------------------------------------------                                                              
   BSSID          CHANNEL  RSSI(dBm)  AUTHTYPE        SSID                                                                          
  --------------------------------------------------------------------                                                              
   0819-a699-dbf9 1        -60        wpa-psk-tkip    CCL_Data                                                                      
   6889-c12c-82be 1        -24        open            VIFI                                                                          
   e028-6148-3f03 1        -63        wpa-psk-tkip    NACtest                                                                       
   0819-a699-dbfa 1        -60        wpa-psk-tkip    CCL_Guest                                                                     
   18c5-8a10-9ae0 1        -54        wpa2-8021x-ccmp Huawei-Employee                                                               
   0059-2837-012d 6        -70        open            update                                                                        
   4c1f-cc47-5b69 11       -41        open            huawei-1                                                                      
   ac85-3dd2-d8e3 6        -51        open            span_test                                                                     
   0000-c000-2844 6        -72        wpa2-psk-ccmp   tpaccess-1                                                                    
   200b-c79f-24cd 6        -69        wpa2-psk-ccmp   157w_code                                                                     
   0026-ac13-002a 6        -62        wpa-psk-tkip    sta111                                                                        
   ac85-3dd2-d8e4 6        -51        open            span_test2                                                                    
   4c1f-cc45-b46d 6        -77        wpa-psk-tkip    CCL_Guest99                                                                   
   9c37-f48f-8b9d 6        -68        wpa-psk-tkip    1220evw                                                                       
   d4b1-10b2-d12d 11       -36        wpa2-psk-ccmp   ItalyTI_Test                                                                  
   249e-abcd-92b6 11       -48        open            BusWiFi                                                                       
   08e8-4f22-fdc7 11       -69        wpa2-psk-ccmp   test-2.4G                                                                     
   249e-abcd-92b7 11       -59        open            0                                                                             
   9404-9cd4-7e80 9        -73        wpa2-8021x-ccmp Huawei-Employee                                                               
   68a8-284c-f523 1        -78        wpa-psk-ccmp    yxwxqq                                                                        
   18c5-8a10-8300 13       -59        wpa2-8021x-ccmp Huawei-Employee                                                               
   9404-9cd4-8500 13       -59        wpa2-8021x-ccmp Huawei-Employee                                                               
   9404-9cd4-8200 1        -56        wpa2-8021x-ccmp Huawei-Employee                                                               
   b246-fc97-e390 4        -75        wpa2-psk-tkip   Wlan1-97E390                                                                  
  -------------------------------------------------------------------                                                               
   Total: 24 
Table 11-4  Description of the display ap list command output
Item Description

BSSID

Basic service set identifier (BSSID), indicating the link-layer MAC address of a VAP on an AP.

CHANNEL

Channel used by the AP.

RSSI(dBm)

Signal strength, in dBm.

AUTHTYPE

Authentication types.

SSID

Extended service set identifier (ESSID), indicating a chosen identifier for one or a group of wireless networks.

Related Topics

display ap-performance-statistic (for FAT AP)

Function

The display ap-performance-statistic command displays performance statistics on an AP to monitor AP performance.

Format

display ap-performance-statistic

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

The display ap-performance-statistic command displays the following information: performance statistics items, memory usage, CPU usage, available space in the flash memory, temperature, number of online users.

Example

# Display performance statistics on the AP.

<Huawei> display ap-performance-statistic   
  AP performance statistic information:                                         
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  Memory use rate: 78 %                                                         
  CPU use rate: 7 %                                                             
  Flash free size: 19296 KB          
  Temperature: 47 °C                                                             
  Online user number: 0                                                         
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
Table 11-5  Description of the display ap-performance-statistic command output
Item Description
Memory use rate Memory usage (%).
CPU use rate CPU usage (%).
Flash free size Available space in the flash memory, in KB.
Temperature Operating temperature.
Online user number Number of online users.

display ap-run-info (for FAT AP)

Function

The display ap-run-info command displays the running status of an AP. You can run this command to monitor an AP in real time.

Format

display ap-run-info

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

You can run this command to monitor an AP in real time.

Prerequisites

The AP works properly.

Example

# Display the running status of the AP.

<Huawei> display ap-run-info
  AP run information:                                                           
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  Software version: V200R003C00                                           
  Hardware version: R0A                                                         
  Country code: CN 
  CPU type: CN5010                                                              
  CPU frequency: 300 MHZ                                                        
  Memory type: HY5PS1G1631CFP-Y5                                                
  Memory size: 128 MB
  Flash size: 48 MB                                                             
  Run time: 160354 S                                                            
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
Table 11-6  Description of the display ap-run-info command output

Item

Description

Software version

Software version that the AP is running.

Hardware version

Hardware version of the AP.

CPU type

CPU type of the AP.

CPU frequency

CPU frequency of the AP.

Memory type

Memory type of the AP.

Country code

Region where the AP is located.

Memory size

Size of the memory.

Flash size

Size of the flash memory.

Run time

How long the AP has been running, in seconds.

display ap-threshold

Function

Using the display ap-threshold command, you can view the alarm thresholds of the memory usage, and temperature on an AP.

NOTE:

The AR510 series, AR509GW-L-D-H, AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7 do not support this command.

Format

display ap-threshold [ memory-usage | temperature ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

memory-usage

Displays the memory usage alarm threshold.

-

temperature

Displays the temperature alarm threshold.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

The display ap-threshold command shows the alarm thresholds of the memory usage, and temperature on an AP. You can specify a keyword to view the specified alarm threshold or view all alarm thresholds at one time. If none of alarm thresholds is configured, this command displays the default alarm thresholds.

Example

# Display the memory usage alarm threshold of the AP.

<Huawei> display ap-threshold
 AP threshold memory-usage     : 90 %                                           
 AP threshold temperature high : 80 C                                           
 AP threshold temperature low  : 1 C                                            
Table 11-7  Description of the display ap-threshold command output
Item Description
AP threshold memory-usage Memory usage alarm threshold of the AP. When the AP memory usage exceeds the threshold, an alarm is generated.
AP threshold temperature high Temperature alarm upper threshold of the AP. When the AP temperature exceeds the upper threshold, an alarm is generated.
AP threshold temperature low Temperature alarm lower threshold of the AP. When the AP temperature exceeds the lower threshold, an alarm is generated.
Related Topics

display ap around-ssid-list (for FAT AP)

Function

The display ap around-ssid-list command displays SSIDs of neighbors of a specified AP.

Format

display ap around-ssid-list

Parameters

None.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can run this command to view SSIDs of neighbors of a specified AP.

Example

# Display SSIDs of neighbors of AP.

<Huawei> display ap around-ssid-list
  Own AP(2.4G):                                                                 
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   SSID                                                                         
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   huawei                                                                         
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   Total: 1                                                                     
                                                                                
  Uncontrol AP(2.4G):                                                           
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   SSID                                                                         
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   huawei1                                                                  
   company                                                             
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   Total: 2    
Table 11-8  Description of the display ap around-ssid-list command output
Item Description

Own AP(2.4G)

SSIDs of authorized neighbors.

Uncontrol AP(2.4G)

SSIDs of unauthorized neighbors.

display binding radio-profile (for FAT AP)

Function

The display binding radio-profile command displays radios to which a specified radio profile is bound.

Format

display binding radio-profile { id profile-id | name profile-name }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

id profile-id

Specifies the radio profile ID.

The radio profile ID must exist.

name profile-name

Specifies the name of a radio profile.

The radio profile name must exist.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

You can run this command to view the radios to which a specified radio profile is bound.

Prerequisites

When using this command, ensure that the specified radio profile exists.

Example

# Display the radios to which radio profile 0 is bound.

<Huawei> display binding radio-profile id 0
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   AP  RADIO                                                                    
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   0    0                                                                       
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   Total: 1
Table 11-9  Description of the display binding radio-profile command output

Item

Description

AP

ID of an AP.

RADIO

Radio ID.

display channel country-code(for FAT AP)

Function

The display channel country-code command displays 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channels corresponding to a specified country code.

Format

display channel country-code country-code

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

country-code

Specifies the AP country code.

The value is a string of characters. For specific values, see Table 11-10.

Table 11-10  Country codes supported by APs

Country Code

Country/Region

AE

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

AM

ARMENIA

AR

ARGENTINA

AT

AUSTRIA

AU

AUSTRALIA

AZ

AZERBAIJAN

BE

BELGIUM

BG

BULGARIA

BH

BAHRAIN

BN

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

BO

BOLIVIA

BR

BRAZIL

BY

BELARUS

BZ

BELIZE

CA

CANADA

CH

SWITZERLAND

CL

CHILE

CN

CHINA (Default)

CO

COLOMBIA

CR

COSTA RICA

CY

CYPRUS

CZ

CZECH REPUBLIC

DE

GERMANY

DK

DENMARK

DO

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

EC

ECUADOR

EE

ESTONIA

EG

EGYPT

ES

SPAIN

FI

FINLAND

FR

FRANCE

GB

UNITED KINGDOM

GE

GEORGIA

GR

GREECE

GT

GUATEMALA

HK

HONG KONG,SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION OF CHINA

HN

HONDURAS

HR

CROATIA

HU

HUNGARY

ID

INDONESIA

IE

IRELAND

IL

ISRAEL

IN

INDIA

IQ

IRAQ

IR

IRAN

IS

ICELAND

IT

ITALY

JO

JORDAN

JP

JAPAN

KP

DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KOREA

KR

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

KW

KUWAIT

KZ

KAZAKHSTAN

LB

LEBANON

LI

LIECHTENSTEIN

LK

SRI LANKA

LT

LITHUANIA

LU

LUXEMBOURG

LV

LATVIA

MA

MOROCCO

MC

MONACO

MK

MACEDONIA

MO

MACAU,SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION OF CHINA

MT

MALTA

MX

MEXICO

MY

MALAYSIA

NG

NIGERIA

NL

NETHERLANDS

NO

NORWAY

NZ

NEW ZEALAND

OM

OMAN

PA

PANAMA

PE

PERU

PH

PHILIPPINES

PK

PAKISTAN

PL

POLAND

PR

PUERTO RICO

PT

PORTUGAL

QA

QATAR

RO

ROMANIA

RU

RUSSIA

SA

SAUDI ARABIA

SE

SWEDEN

SG

SINGAPORE

SI

SLOVENIA

SK

SLOVAKIA

SV

EL SALVADOR

SY

SYRIA

TH

THAILAND

TN

TUNISIA

TR

TURKEY

TT

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

TW

TAIWAN,PROVINCE OF CHINA

UA

UKRAINE

US

UNITED STATES

UY

URUGUAY

UZ

UZBEKISTAN

VE

VENEZUELA

VN

VIET NAM

YE

YEMEN

ZA

SOUTH AFRICA

ZW

ZIMBABWE

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can run the display channel country-code command to view 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channels corresponding to a specified country code.

Example

# Display 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channels corresponding to the country code CN.

<Huawei> display channel country-code CN
  2.4G 20M : 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13.                                     
  2.4G 40M+: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7.                                                     
  2.4G 40M-: 5,6,7,8,9,10,11.                                                   
  5G   20M : 36,40,44,48,52,56,60,64,149,153,157,161,165.                       
  5G   40M+: 36,44,52,60,149,157.                                               
  5G   40M-: 40,48,56,64,153,161.                                               
  5G   80M : 36,40,44,48,52,56,60,64,149,153,157,161. 
Table 11-11  Description of the display channel country-code command output

Parameter

Description

2.4G 20M : 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13

NOTE:

Description is only provided for the first line of the command output. The description about the rest lines is similar.

2.4G indicates the frequency band of a radio; 20M indicates the channel bandwidth; 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 are IDs of channels at the 2.4 GHz frequency band.

See Country Code & Channel Compliance Table for the relationship between the channel IDs and frequency band.

display power-level (for FAT AP)

Function

The display power-level command displays the radio power level and corresponding power.

Format

display power-level interface wlan-radio

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

interface wlan-radio

Specifies a wlan-radio interface.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

The display power-level command displays the radio power level and corresponding power. The radio power level and corresponding power vary according to AP radios.

The power in the command output is the sum of the maximum transmit power of the radio interface and the antenna gain. If MIMO is supported, the MIMO gain should also be added. The maximum power displayed should comply with laws and regulations corresponding to the country code.

Example

# Display the power level and corresponding power of radio0/0/0.

<Huawei> display power-level interface wlan-radio0/0/0 
 power-level num: 20                                                            
 level 0: 20.00 dBm                                                             
 level 1: 19.00 dBm                                                             
 level 2: 18.00 dBm                                                             
 level 3: 17.00 dBm                                                             
 level 4: 16.00 dBm                                                             
 level 5: 15.00 dBm                                                             
 level 6: 14.00 dBm                                                             
 level 7: 13.00 dBm                                                             
 level 8: 12.00 dBm                                                             
 level 9: 11.00 dBm                                                             
 level 10: 10.00 dBm                                                            
 level 11: 9.00 dBm                                                             
 level 12: 8.00 dBm                                                             
 level 13: 7.00 dBm                                                             
 level 14: 6.00 dBm                                                             
 level 15: 5.00 dBm                                                             
 level 16: 5.00 dBm                                                             
 level 17: 5.00 dBm                                                             
 level 18: 5.00 dBm                                                             
 level 19: 5.00 dBm           
NOTE:

The displayed information is for reference only and varies according to the actual device.

Table 11-12  Description of the display power-level command output

Item

Description

power-level num

Radio power level.

level 0: 20.00 dBm

Power corresponding to power level 0.

display radio config (for FAT AP)

Function

The display radio config command displays the configuration of a radio.

Format

display radio config interface wlan-radio [ wlan-radio-number ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

interface wlan-radio [ wlan-radio-number ]

Specifies the WLAN radio interface.

NOTE:

You do not need to enter a space between interface wlan-radio and wlan-radio-number.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the radio profile bound to a radio, and the radio parameters, administrative status, channel, and power specified in the radio profile.

Example

# Display the current radio configuration.
<Huawei> display radio config interface wlan-radio0/0/0
 -----------------------------------------------------------------------       
  Administrate status                    :enable                                
  Channel                                :3                                     
  Channel bandwidth                      :40+MHz                                
  Power level                            :0                                     
  Power(dBm)                             :20                                    
  Available antenna number               :all                                   
  Attack Detect                          :-                                     
  Antenna gain(dbi)                      :2                                     
  Profile ID                             :4                                     
  Profile name                           :80211b                                
  Channel mode                           :auto                                  
  Power mode                             :auto                                  
  PER threshold(%)                       :30                                    
  Conflict rate threshold(%)             :60                                    
  RTS/CTS threshold(Byte)                :2347                                  
  Fragmentation threshold(Byte)          :2346                                  
  Short retry number limit               :7                                     
  Long retry number limit                :4                                     
  Support short preamble                 :support                               
  DTIM interval (Beacon interval numbers):1                                     
  Beacon interval(ms)                    :100                                   
  WMM profile ID                         :0                                     
  WMM profile name                       :wmmf                                  
  RTS/CTS mode                           :CTS-TO-SELF                           
  802.11n guard interval mode            :normal                                
  802.11n A-MPDU length limit            :3                                     
  Legacy station access                  :enable                                
  80211bg basic rate                     :1 2                                   
  80211bg support rate                   :1 2 5 6 9 11 12 18 24 36 48 54        
  Multicast rate 2g                      :11                                    
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 
NOTE:

The preceding information is displayed if a radio profile is bound to the radio interface.

Table 11-13  Description of the display radio config command output

Item

Description

Administrate status

Administrative status of the radio.

Channel

Channel used by the radio.

Channel bandwidth

Bandwidth of a channel.

Power level

Power level of the radio.

Power(dBm)

Power of the radio, in dBm.

Available antenna number

Number of available antennas.

Attack Detect Attack detection mode.

Antenna gain(dbi)

Antenna gain, in dBi.

Profile ID

ID of the radio profile bound to the radio.

Profile name

Name of the radio profile bound to the radio.

Channel mode

Channel mode of the radio.

Power mode

Whether the power of the radio is adjusted automatically.

PER threshold(%)

Packet error rate threshold of the radio, in percentage (%).

Conflict rate threshold(%)

Collision rate threshold of the radio, in percentage (%).

RTS/CTS threshold(Byte)

Request To Send/Clear To Send (RTS/CTS) threshold of the radio, in bytes.

Fragmentation threshold(Byte)

Packet fragmentation threshold of the radio, in bytes.

Support short preamble

Whether the radio supports the short preamble.

DTIM interval (Beacon interval numbers)

Delivery traffic indication message (DTIM) interval, which is the number of Beacon intervals.

Beacon interval (ms)

Unit of the Beacon interval.

WMM profile ID

ID of the Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) profile applied to the radio.

WMM profile name

Name of the WMM profile.

RTS/CTS mode

RTS/CTS working mode.

802.11n guard interval mode

Guard interval (GI) mode

802.11n A-MPDU length limit

The maximum length of an aggregated MPDU

Legacy station access

Whether to permit access of legacy terminals.

To set this parameter, run the legacy-station enable (for FAT AP) command.

80211bg basic rate

802.11bg basic rate set.

To set this parameter, run the 80211bg basic-rate (for FAT AP) command.

80211bg support rate

802.11bg supported rate set.

To set this parameter, run the 80211bg supported-rate (for FAT AP) command.

Multicast rate 2g

Multicast rate of wireless packets on the 2.4 GHz radio.

To set this parameter, run the multicast-rate 2g command.

display radio-profile (for FAT AP)

Function

The display radio-profile command displays the configuration of a radio profile.

Format

display radio-profile { all | id profile-id | name profile-name }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Displays configurations of all radio profiles.

-

id profile-id

Specifies the radio profile ID.

The radio profile ID must exist.

name profile-name

Specifies the radio profile name.

The radio profile name must exist.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

None

Example

# Display the configuration of radio profile named huawei.

<Huawei> display radio-profile name huawei
-----------------------------------------------------------------------       
  Profile ID                             :5                                     
  Profile name                           :huawei                                
  Channel mode                           :auto                                  
  Power mode                             :auto                                  
  PER threshold(%)                       :30                                    
  Conflict rate threshold(%)             :60                                    
  RTS/CTS threshold(Byte)                :2347                                  
  Fragmentation threshold(Byte)          :2346                                  
  Support short preamble                 :support                               
  DTIM interval (Beacon interval numbers):1                                     
  Beacon interval(ms)                    :100                                   
  WMM profile ID                         :0                                     
  WMM profile name                       :wmmf                                  
  RTS/CTS mode                           :CTS-TO-SELF                           
  802.11n guard interval mode            :normal                                
  802.11n A-MPDU length limit            :3                                     
  Legacy station access                  :enable                                
  80211bg basic rate                     :1 2                                   
  80211bg support rate                   :1 2 5 6 9 11 12 18 24 36 48 54        
  Multicast rate 2g                      :11                                    
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------

# Display configurations of all radio profiles.

<Huawei> display radio-profile all
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   ID     Name                                                                  
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   0      lw                                                                    
   1      t                                                                     
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   Total: 2   
Table 11-14  Description of the display radio-profile command output

Item

Description

Profile ID

Profile ID.

Profile name

Profile name.

Channel mode

Channel mode.

Power mode

Power mode.

PER threshold(%)

Packet error rate threshold, in percentage (%).

Conflict rate threshold(%)

Collision rate threshold, in percentage (%).

RTS/CTS threshold(Byte)

Request To Send/Clear To Send (RTS/CTS) threshold.

Fragmentation threshold(Byte)

Packet fragmentation threshold.

NOTE:
V200R007C00 does not support fragmentation threshold.

Support short preamble

Whether short preamble is supported.

DTIM interval (Beacon interval numbers)

DTIM interval.

Beacon interval(ms)

Interval for sending Beacon frames.

WMM profile ID

ID of the Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) profile bound to the radio profile.

WMM profile name

Name of the WMM profile bound to the radio profile.

RTS/CTS mode

RTS/CTS working mode.

802.11n guard interval mode

Guard-interval Mode.

802.11n A-MPDU length limit

Maximum length of an A-MPDU.

ID

Profile ID.

Name

Profile name.

Total

Number of profiles.

Legacy station access

Whether to permit access of legacy terminals.

To set this parameter, run the legacy-station enable (for FAT AP) command.

80211bg basic rate

802.11bg basic rate set.

To set this parameter, run the 80211bg basic-rate (for FAT AP) command.

80211bg support rate

802.11bg supported rate set.

To set this parameter, run the 80211bg supported-rate (for FAT AP) command.

Multicast rate 2g

Multicast rate of wireless packets on the 2.4 GHz radio.

To set this parameter, run the multicast-rate 2g command.

display radio status (for FAT AP)

Function

The display radio status command displays status of a specified AP radio.

Format

display radio status interface wlan-radio wlan-radio-number

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

interface wlan-radio wlan-radio-number

Specifies the WLAN radio interface.

NOTE:

You do not need to enter a space between wlan-radio and wlan-radio-number.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

The display radio status command can display status of specified AP radios, which facilitates AP radio management.

Example

# Display the status of wlan-radio0/0/0.

<Huawei> display radio status interface wlan-radio0/0/0
   Radio status                                                                 
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------       
   Radio status: on                                                             
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------       
Table 11-15  Description of the display radio status command output

Item

Description

radio-status

Radio status.
  • on: enabled
  • off: disabled

display service-set (for FAT AP)

Function

The display service-set command displays service set information.

Format

display service-set { all | id service-set-id | name service-set-name | ssid ssid }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Displays information about all service sets.

-

id service-set-id

Specifies the ID of a service set.

The value must be an existing service set ID.

name service-set-name

Specifies the name of a service set.

The value must be an existing service set name.

ssid ssid

Specifies the SSID of a service set.

The value must be an existing SSID.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can run this command to view information service set information.

Example

# Display information about all service sets.

<Huawei> display service-set all 
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  ID      Name                            SSID                                  
  0       lw                              abc                        
  1       lw2                             abcd                       
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  Total: 2   

# Display information about service set 1.

<Huawei> display service-set id 1
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  Service-set ID                   : 1                                          
  Service-Set name                 : lw2                                        
  SSID                             : l00129796_93002                                          
  Hide SSID                        : disable                                    
  Type                             : service                                    
  Maximum number of user           : 32                                         
  Association timeout(min)         : 5                                          
  Traffic profile name             : lw                                       
  Security profile name            : lw                                       
  Wlan-bss interface               : Wlan-bss1                                          
  Igmp mode                        : off                                             
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

# Display information about service set with the SSID of abcd.

<Huawei> display service-set ssid abcd
  Service-set List:                                                             
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  ID      Name                                                                  
  1       abcd                                                                  
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  Total: 1 
Table 11-16  Description of the display service-set command output

Item

Description

ID

ID of a service set.

Name

Name of a service set.

SSID

SSID character string of a service set.

Hide SSID

Whether the SSID is hidden.

Type

Type of a service set, which can be service or ap-management.

Maximum number of user

Maximum number of users allowed by a service set.

Association timeout(min)

Association timeout period.

Traffic profile name

Name of the traffic profile bound to a service set.

Security profile name

Name of the security profile bound to a service set.

Wlan-bss interface

Number of a WLAN-BSS interface.

Igmp mode

IGMP mode, which can be snooping or off.

Service-set ID

ID of a service set.

Service-Set name

Name of a service set.

display station assoc-info (for FAT AP)

Function

The display station assoc-info command displays information about associated STAs.

Format

display station assoc-info { sta mac-address | interface wlan-radio [ wlan-radio-number ] [ service-set service-set-id ] }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

sta mac-address

Displays information about a STA with a specified MAC address.

The value is in H-H-H format. An H is a hexadecimal number of four digits.

interface wlan-radio [ wlan-radio-number ]

Displays information about STAs connected to WLAN-Radio.

NOTE:

You do not need to enter a space between wlan-radio and wlan-radio-number.

-

service-set service-set-id

Displays information about STAs in a specified service set.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can run this command to view information about associated STAs.
  • To view information about a specified STA, ensure that the STA has been associated with an AP.
  • To view information about all STAs associated with a service set on WLAN-Radio, ensure that the service set has been bound to WLAN-Radio.

Example

# Display information about an associated STA with MAC address 4016-9f14-f25d.

<Huawei> display station assoc-info sta 4016-9f14-f25d
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Station mac-address                       : 4016-9f14-f25d                    
  Associated SSID                           : huawei-wzk                        
  Station's AP ID                           : 0                                 
  Station's Radio ID                        : 0                                 
  Station's Authentication Method           : OPEN                              
  Station's Cipher Type                     : NO CIPHER                         
  Station's User Name                       : 88e3abeb97a4                      
  Station's Vlan ID                         : 100                               
  Station's asso BSSID                      : 00fe-a1b1-4043                    
  Station's state                           : Asso with auth                    
  ------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 11-17  Description of the display station assoc-info command output

Item

Description

Station mac-address MAC address of a STA.
Associated SSID SSID of a service set with which a STA is associated.
Station's AP ID ID of the AP that a STA associates with.
Station's Radio ID Radio ID of a STA.
Station's Authentication Method Authentication mode of a STA.
Station's Cipher Type Encryption mode of a STA.
Station's User Name User name of a STA.
Station's Vlan ID VLAN ID of a STA.
Station's Channel Band-width Channel bandwidth of a STA.
Station's asso BSSID BSSID that the STA associates with.
Station's state Status of the STA.

display station assoc-num (for FAT AP)

Function

The display station assoc-num command displays the number of STAs associated with a specified service set.

Format

display station assoc-num [ service-set service-set-id ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

service-set service-set-id

Specifies the number of STAs associated with a specified service set.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

If no service set is specified, the number of STAs associated with all service sets is displayed. To specify a service set, ensure that the service set has been created.

Example

# Display the number of STAs associated with service set 0.

<Huawei> display station assoc-num service-set 0
  Number of station: 1
Table 11-18  Description of the display station assoc-num command output

Item

Description

Number of station

Number of associated STAs.

display station-profile

Function

The display station-profile command displays STA profile information.

NOTE:

Only the AR510 series support the display station-profile command.

Format

display station-profile { name station-profile-name | id station-profile-id | peer-ssid peer-ap-ssid | all }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name station-profile-name

Displays information about the STA profile with a specified name.

The value must be the name of an existing STA profile.

id station-profile-id

Displays information about the STA profile with a specified ID.

The value must be the ID of an existing STA profile.

peer-ssid peer-ap-ssid

Displays information about the STA profile with a specified SSID.

The value must be the SSID of an existing STA profile.

all

Displays information about all STA profiles.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can run the display station-profile command to view information about configured STA profiles.

Example

# Display information about all STA profiles.

<Huawei> display station-profile all
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  ID      Name                           Peer-ssid                             
  0       vap0                           Huawei-sta                            
  1       aaa                            aaa                                   
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  Total: 2   
Table 11-19  Description of the display station-profile all command output

Item

Description

ID

ID of a STA profile.

You can run the station-profile command to set this parameter.

Name

Name of a STA profile.

You can run the station-profile command to set this parameter.

Peer-ssid

SSID of a STA profile.

You can run the or security-profile peer-ssid command to set this parameter.

# Display information about the STA profile named sta1.

<Huawei> display station-profile name sta1
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  
  Station-profile ID           : 0                                          
  Station-profile name         : sta1                                          
  Peer-ssid                    : Huawei-sta                                     
  Security profile name        : secf                                          
  Virtual-Ethernet             : Virtual-Ethernet0/0/0                         
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Table 11-20  Description of the display station-profile name command output

Item

Description

Station-profile ID

ID of a STA profile.

You can run the station-profile command to set this parameter.

Station-profile name

Name of a STA profile.

You can run the station-profile command to set this parameter.

Peer-ssid

SSID of a STA profile.

You can run the or security-profile peer-ssid command to set this parameter.

Security profile name

Name of the security profile bound to the STA profile.

You can run the or security-profile peer-ssid command to set this parameter.

Virtual-Ethernet

Name of the VE interface bound to the STA profile.

You can run the bind (STA profile view) command to set this parameter.

display station statistics (for FAT AP)

Function

The display station statistics command displays statistics information about STAs.

Format

display station statistics [ sta mac-address ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

sta mac-address

Displays statistics information about a STA with a specified MAC address.

The value is in H-H-H format. An H is a hexadecimal number of four digits.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

When you run the display station statistics command to check the statistics information about STAs,
  • If no parameter is specified, statistics information about all STAs associated with the device is displayed.
  • If sta is specified, the number of packets exchanged between the specified STA and device and the corresponding rate are displayed.

Prerequisites

To view statistics information about a specified STA, ensure that the STA has been associated with an AP.

Example

# Display traffic statistics on a STA.

<Huawei> display station statistics sta 0025-86aa-0d1c
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Count of sent packets to the station                  : 2
  Count of received packets from the station            : 3846
  Count of sent bytes to the station                    : 110
  Count of received bytes from the station              : 170549
  Wireless data rate sent to the station(kbps)          : 0
  Wireless data rate received from the station(kbps)    : 0
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 11-21  Description of the display station statistics command output

Item

Description

Count of sent packets to the station

Number of packets sent to the STA.

Count of received packets from the station

Number of packets received by the STA.

Count of sent bytes to the station

Number of bytes sent to the STA.

Count of received bytes from the station

Number of bytes received by the STA.

Wireless data rate sent to the station(kbps)

Rate at which packets are sent to the STA, in kbit/s.

Wireless data rate received from the station(kbps)

Rate at which packets are received by the STA, in kbit/s.

# Display statistics information about all STAs.

<Huawei> display station statistics
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total stations online time(seconds)                                :639       
  Count of successful association and reassociation request          :1         
  Count of stations associated with the AP                           :1         
  Count of association request                                       :1         
  Count of reject association request                                :0         
  Count of failed association request                                :3         
  Count of reassociation request                                     :0         
  Count of successful reassociation request                          :0         
  Count of reject reassociation request                              :0         
  Count of failed reassociation request                              :3         
  Count of disassociations because of users notified                 :0         
  Count of disassociations because of users left without notification:3         
  Count of disassociations because of other reasons                  :0         
  Count of disassociations because of linkauthfail                   :0         
  Count of authentication request                                    :6         
  Count of deauth request                                            :0         
  Count of AC auth successful                                        :1         
  Count of AC auth failed because of password error                  :0         
  Count of AC auth failed because of invalid calc                    :0         
  Count of AC auth failed because of timeout                         :0         
  Count of AC auth failed because of refused                         :0         
  Count of AC auth failed because of other reasons                   :0         
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 11-22  Description of the display station statistics command output

Item

Description

Total stations online time(seconds)

Total online duration of all STAs, in seconds.

Count of successful association and reassociation request

Number of successful associations between STAs and the AP. If a STA successfully associates with the AP multiple times, STA association is counted multiple times.

Count of stations associated with the AP

Number of STAs that are being associated with the AP.

Count of association request

Number of association requests sent to the AP.

Count of reject association request

Number of association requests denied by the AP.

Count of failed association request

Number of failed associations.

Count of reassociation request

Number of reassociation requests sent to the AP.

Count of successful reassociation request

Number of successful reassociations.

Count of reject reassociation request

Number of reassociation requests rejected by the AP.

Count of failed reassociation request

Number of failed reassociations.

Count of disassociations because of users notified

Number of times STAs are disassociated from the AP because users go offline.

Count of disassociations because of users left without notification

Number of times STAs are disassociated from the AP because users go offline abnormally.

Count of disassociations because of other reasons

Number of times STAs are disassociated from the AP for other reasons.

Count of disassociations because of linkauthfail

Number of times STAs are disassociated from the AP due to link authentication failures.

Count of authentication request

Number of link authentication request packets.

Count of deauth request

Number of link deauthentication request packets.

Count of AC auth successful

Total number of successful link authentications on the AP. Every time a STA initiates a link authentication request and passes the authentication, the counter is incremented by 1. If the same STA initiates multiple authentication requests and passes all authentications, the counter is incremented cumulatively.

Count of AC auth failed because of password error

Number of STAs that fail to be authenticated due to incorrect passwords.

Count of AC auth failed because of invalid calc

Number of STAs that fail to be authenticated due to an invalid authentication algorithm.

Count of AC auth failed because of timeout

Number of STAs that fail to be authenticated due to timeout.

Count of AC auth failed because of refused

Number of STAs that fail to be authenticated because the AC rejects the associate requests.

Count of AC auth failed because of other reasons

Number of STAs that fail to be authenticated due to other reasons.

display statistics sta (for FAT AP)

Function

The display statistics sta command displays authentication statistics on a specified STA.

Format

display statistics sta mac-address

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

mac-address

Specifies the MAC address of a STA.

The value is in H-H-H format. An H is a hexadecimal number of four digits.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can view authentication statistics on a STA by specifying the MAC address of a STA. This command displays the authentication mode used by the STA and authentication statistics.

Example

# View statistics on the STA with MAC address 000b-c002-95c9, which uses Wireless LAN Authentication and Privacy Infrastructure (WAPI) authentication.

<Huawei> display statistics sta 000b-c002-95c9
  STA MAC address                    : 000b-c002-95c9
  Authentication method              : WAPI PSK
  WAPI Version                       : 1
  Status of Controlled Port          : Open
  Selected unicast cipher            : SMS4
  WPI Replay Counters                : 0
  WPI Decryptable Errors             : 0
  WPI MIC Errors                     : 0
  WAI Signature Errors               : 0
  WAI HMAC Errors                    : 0
  WAI Discard Counters               : 0
  WAI Timeout Counters               : 1
  WAI Format Errors                  : 0
  WAI Authentication Result Failures : 0
  WAI Certificate Handshake Failures : 0
  WAI Unicast Handshake Failures     : 0
  WAI Multicast Handshake Failures   : 0
Table 11-23  Description of the display statistics sta command output (WAPI authentication)

Item

Description

STA MAC address

MAC address of a STA.

Authentication method

Authentication mode. The following authentication modes are supported: WAPI certificate authentication, WAPI pre-shared key authentication, WPA1 802.1x authentication, WPA1 pre-shared key authentication, WPA2 802.1x authentication, WPA2 pre-shared key authentication, pre-shared key authentication, and open system authentication.

WAPI Version

WAPI version.

Status of Controlled Port

Status of the controlled port, which can be open or closed.

Selected unicast cipher

Unicast key used in authentication.

WPI Replay Counters

Number of WPI MAC protocol data units (MPDUs) discarded by the anti-replay function.

WPI Decryptable Errors

Number of WPI-SMS4 decryption errors caused by lack of valid key.

WPI MIC Errors

Number of WPI-SMS4 decryption errors caused by incorrect message integrity codes (MICs).

WAI Signature Errors

Number of WAI packets with incorrect signatures.

WAI HMAC Errors

Number of WAI packets with incorrect message authentication codes (MACs).

WAI Discard Counters

Number of discarded WAI packets.

WAI Timeout Counters

Number of WAI packets that time out.

WAI Format Errors

Number of WAI packets with incorrect formats.

WAI Authentication Result Failures

Number of WAI authentication failures.

WAI Certificate Handshake Failures

Number of WAI certificate authentication failures.

WAI Unicast Handshake Failures

Number of WAI unicast key negotiation failures.

WAI Multicast Handshake Failures

Number of WAI multicast key negotiation failures.

# View statistics on the STA with MAC address 0011-F321-D2C3, which uses Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) authentication.

<Huawei> display statistics sta 0011-F321-D2C3
  STA MAC Address         : 0011-F321-D2C3
  Authentication Method   : Share key
  Selected Unicast Cipher : WEP-40
Table 11-24  Description of the display statistics sta command output (WEP authentication)

Item

Description

STA MAC Address

MAC address of a STA.

Authentication Method

Authentication mode specified in the security profile.

Selected Unicast Cipher

Unicast key used in authentication.

# View statistics on the STA with MAC address 0011-F321-D2C3, which uses WPA authentication.

<Huawei> display statistics sta 0011-F321-D2C3
STA MAC address                      : 0011-F321-D2C3
Authentication method                : WPA  PSK
Dot11RSNAStatsVersion                : 0
Status of Controlled Port            : Closed
Selected unicast cipher              : TKIP
Table 11-25  Description of the display statistics sta command output (WPA authentication)

Item

Description

STA MAC address

MAC address of a STA.

Authentication method

Authentication mode specified in the security profile.

Status of Controlled Port

Status of the controlled port.

Selected unicast cipher

Unicast key used in authentication.

Dot11RSNAStatsVersion

Latest RSNA version that the STA supports.

display statistics radio (for FAT AP)

Function

The display statistics radio command displays frame statistics on the MAC layer of a specified radio, including the number of frames sent and received by the radio.

Format

display statistics radio interface wlan-radio [ wlan-radio-number ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

interface wlan-radio [ wlan-radio-number ]

Specifies the WLAN radio interface.

NOTE:

You do not need to enter a space between interface wlan-radio and wlan-radio-number.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

View frame statistics on the MAC layer of a radio to monitor the service operating status on the radio.

Example

# Display frame statistics on the MAC layer of the radio interface.
<Huawei> display statistics radio interface wlan-radio0/0/0
 -----------------------------------------------------------------------       
   Wireless received frames                              :0                     
   Wireless received bytes                               :0                     
   Wireless transmitted frames                           :0                     
   Wireless transmitted bytes                            :0                     
   Wireless transmitted RTS successes                    :0                     
   Wireless transmitted unicast frames                   :0                     
   Wireless transmitted broadcast frames                 :0                     
   Wireless transmitted failure frames                   :0                     
   Wireless received error frames                        :0                     
   Wireless received physical layer error frames         :0                     
   Wireless received FCS error frames                    :0                     
   Wireless received MIC error frames                    :0                     
   Wireless received private key and decrypt fail frames :0                     
   Wireless retry frames                                 :0                     
   Wireless down-stream MAC error frames                 :0                     
   Wireless PER(%)                                       :0                     
   Wireless PER of the last statistic period(%)          :100                   
   Wireless channel utilization(%)                       :0                     
   Wireless received signal strength(dBm)                :-79.00                
   Wireless receive power(dBm)                              :-79.00                
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------     
Table 11-26  Description of the display statistics radio command output

Item

Description

Wireless received frames

Number of frames received by the radio.

Wireless received bytes

Number of bytes received by the radio.

Wireless transmitted frames

Number of frames sent by the radio.

Wireless transmitted bytes

Number of bytes sent by the radio.

Wireless transmitted RTS successes

Number of Request to Send (RTS) frames that are successfully sent by the radio.

Wireless transmitted unicast frames

Number of unicast frames sent by the radio.

Wireless transmitted broadcast frames

Number of broadcast frames sent by the radio.

Wireless transmitted failure frames

Number of frames that the radio fails to send.

Wireless received error frames

Number of errored frames received by the radio.

Wireless received physical layer error frames

Number of errored frames received at the physical layer of the radio.

Wireless received FCS error frames

Number of frames with incorrect frame check sequence (FCS) received by the radio.

Wireless received MIC error frames

Number of frames with message integrity code (MIC) received by the radio.

Wireless received private key and decrypt fail frames

Number of frames with incorrect keys received by the radio.

Wireless retry frames

Number of frames that are retransmitted by the radio.

Wireless down-stream MAC error frames

Number of downstream errored frames received by the MAC layer of the radio.

Wireless PER(%)

Packet error rate of the radio.

Wireless PER of the last statistic period(%)

Packet error rate in the last statistical period.

Wireless channel utilization(%)

Channel usage on the radio.

Wireless received signal strength(dBm)

Strength of signals received by the radio.

Wireless receive power(dBm)

Receiving optical power of the radio.

display station online-fail-record (for FAT AP)

Function

The display station online-fail-record command displays STA online failure records.

Format

display station online-fail-record { all | mac mac-address }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Displays online failure records of all STAs.

-

mac mac-address

Displays online failure records of the STA with the specified MAC address.

The value is in H-H-H format. An H is a hexadecimal number of 4 digits.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

If a STA fails to go online, you can run the command to check the failure reason, which helps locate the fault.

After the number of STA online failure records reaches the maximum that can be stored, new records overwrites existing ones.

Example

# Displays online failure records of all STAs.

<Huawei> display station online-fail-record all
  AP/Rf/WLAN: AP ID/Radio ID/WLAN ID                                            
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  STA MAC         AP/Rf/WLAN    Last fail time       Reason                     
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  14cf-9208-9abf  0/0/1         2014-06-17/14:06:57  Succeed in matching the glo
bal STA blacklist.                                                              
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total stations: 1 Total records: 1 
Table 11-27  Description of the display station online-fail-record command output

Item

Description

STA MAC

MAC address of the STA that fails to go online.

AP/Rf/WLAN

ID of the AP/radio/VAP that the STA fails to connect to.

Last fail time

Time of the STA online failure.

Reason

Reason for the STA online failure.
  • 802.1X authentication failed: 802.1x authentication fails.
  • ap max user: The number of connected STAs has reached the maximum on the AP.
  • Authentication failed or Esap cut STA: The authentication fails or the AP automatically disconnects from the STA.
  • Authentication times out: Authentication times out.
  • Failed to check the association and reassociation request packets: Association or reassociation packet check fails.
  • Failed to decrypt WEP challenge phrases: Decryption of the challenge phrase in WEP encryption fails.
  • Failed to match the global STA whitelist: The STA is not in the global whitelist.
  • Failed to match the VAP STA whitelist: The STA is not in the VAP whitelist.
  • Incompatible STA: The AP is not compatible with the STA.
  • Insufficient resources allocated to the STA: Too many STAs associate with the AP, and resources are insufficient.
  • Inner application reason: The STA online failure is caused by internal application problems.
  • Invalid encryption field: The encryption field is invalid.
  • Low rssi: The signals of the STAs are too weak.
  • MAC address authentication failed: MAC address authentication fails.
  • No response from the STA: The STA is aged out or forced offline.
  • Static ip: The IP address of the STA is an unauthorized IP address.
  • Succeed in matching the dynamic blacklist: The STA is in the dynamic blacklist.
  • Succeed in matching the global STA blacklist: The STA is in the global dynamic blacklist.
  • Succeed in matching the VAP STA blacklist: The STA is in the VAP blacklist.
  • The AP supports only 802.11n access: The VAP supports only the 802.11n access mode but the STA does not work in the 802.11n access mode.
  • The maximum number of access STAs is exceeded: The number of STAs reaches the maximum.
  • The rate set does not support negotiation: The AP does not support the rate of the STA.
  • The STA is disconnected or VAP is disabled: The STA is forced offline on the AP or the VAP state becomes down.
  • The STA is not associated: The STA fails to associate with the AP but sends a data packet to the AP. After the AP receives the data packet, it does not send the packet to an upstream device but sends a disassociation packet to the STA.
  • The STA is not authenticated before association: The STA directly connects to the AP but is not authenticated; therefore, it is rejected by the AP.
  • The STA is not authenticated: The STA sends a data packet to the AP but does not pass the authentication. After the AP receives the data packet, it does not send the packet to an upstream device but sends a disassociation packet to the STA.
  • Uac channel util: The channel usage of the radio exceeds the threshold.
  • Uac user num: The number of STAs connected to the radio has reached the maximum.
  • vap max user: The number of STAs connected to the VAP has reached the maximum.
  • WAPI authentication failed: WAPI authentication fails.
  • WAPI authentication times out: WAPI authentication times out.
  • WEP authentication packet sequence error: There is a sequence error in the WEP authentication packet.
  • WEP encryption error: A WEP encryption error occurs.
  • WPA authentication failed: WPA authentication fails.
  • WPA authentication times out: WPA authentication times out.
  • WPA MIC failed: The PSK is incorrect.
  • WPA/WPA2/WAPI encryption error: A WPA/WPA2/WAPI encryption error occurs.
  • Inconsistent SSIDs before and after the roaming: The STA associates with different VAP SSIDs before and after intra-AP roaming.

display uncontrol ap (for FAT AP)

Function

The display uncontrol ap command displays information about uncontrolled APs.

Format

display uncontrol ap { all | bssid bssid }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

bssid bssid

Specifies the basic service set identifier (BSSID) of an AP that is not controlled by the local AC.

The value is in H-H-H format. An H is a hexadecimal number of four digits.

all

Displays information about all APs that are not controlled by the local AC.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can run this command to view information about all uncontrolled APs or an uncontrolled AP with a specified BSSID. The command output includes ID of the controlled AP closest to the uncontrolled AP and the strength of signals that the controlled AP received from the uncontrolled AP.

Example

# View information about all APs that are not controlled by the local AC.

<Huawei> display uncontrol ap all
--------------------------------------------
  BSSID          NEAREST-AP  CHANNEL  RSSI(dBm)
--------------------------------------------
  00e0-1234-5678 5           6        3.50
  00e0-5678-1234 6           11       5.00
--------------------------------------------
  Total: 2

# View information about uncontrolled AP with the BSSID of 00e0-5678-1234.

<Huawei> display uncontrol ap bssid 00e0-5678-1234
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   BSSID          NEAREST-AP  CHANNEL  RSSI(dBm)  SSID                          
  ----------------------------------------------------                          
   00e0-5678-1234 6           11       -42.00     busonline               
  ----------------------------------------------------  
Table 11-28  Description of the display uncontrol ap command output

Item

Description

BSSID

BSSID of an uncontrolled AP.

NEAREST-AP

ID of the controlled AP that is closest to the uncontrolled AP.

CHANNEL

Channel on which the uncontrolled AP is detected. If a rogue AP is detected on multiple channels, the channel with the strongest signal strength is displayed.

RSSI(dBm)

Strength of signals that the closest controlled AP receives from the uncontrolled AP, in dBm.

SSID

SSID of an uncontrolled AP.

display vap (for FAT AP)

Function

The display vap command displays parameter settings of virtual access points (VAPs).

Format

display vap { all | service-set { id service-set-id | name service-set-name } }

(Supported only by the AR510 series) display vap station-profile { name station-profile-name | id station-profile-id }

(Supported only by the AR510 series) display vap interface { wlan-radio0/0/0 | wlan-radio0/0/1 }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Displays parameter settings of all VAPs.

NOTE:
The AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7 and AR510 series do not support this parameter.

-

service-set id service-set-id

Displays parameter settings of the VAP with a specified SSID.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

service-set name service-set-name

Displays parameter settings of the VAP with a specified service set name.

The value is a string of 1 to 31 characters without question marks (?) or spaces. It cannot begin or end with double quotation marks (" ").

name station-profile-name

Displays VAP information generated by the STA profile with a specified name.

The value must be the name of an existing STA profile.

id station-profile-id

Displays VAP information generated by the STA profile with a specified ID.

The value must be the ID of an existing STA profile.

wlan-radio0/0/0

Displays VAP information generated by the STA profile that is bound to radio 0/0/0.

-

wlan-radio0/0/1

Displays VAP information generated by the STA profile that is bound to radio 0/0/1.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

The display vap command displays parameter settings of a specified VAP or all VAPs.

Example

# Display parameter settings of all VAPs.

<Huawei> display vap all
   All VAP Information(Total-1):                                                 
  ------------------------------------------------------------------            
  Radio ID  SS ID   WLAN ID  BSSID           SS name                            
  0         0       1        00E0-FC03-0205  vap0                               
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------        
  Total: 1      

# Display parameter settings of the VAP with a specified SSID.

<Huawei> display vap service-set id 0
  ------------------------------------------------------------------            
  Radio ID  SS ID   WLAN ID  BSSID           SS name                            
  0         1       1        707B-E8E9-D32A  test                           
  ------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total: 1
Table 11-29  Description of the display vap command output

Item

Description

Radio ID

ID of the radio.

SS ID

Identifier of the service set bound to the radio.

WLAN ID

ID of the WLAN to which a VAP is applied.

BSSID

BSSID of a VAP, which is the unique identifier of the VAP.

SS name

Name of a service set.

# Display VAP information generated by STA profile sta1.
<Huawei> display vap station-profile name sta1
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  Radio ID  STA ID   WLAN ID  BSSID           STA Name                            
  0         0        1        FC48-EF2A-FB2E  sta1                               
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total: 1  
Table 11-30  Description of the display vap station-profile command output

Item

Description

Radio ID

ID of the radio interface to which a VAP belongs.

STA ID

ID of a STA profile.

WLAN ID

ID of a VAP.

BSSID

BSSID of a VAP.

STA Name

Name of a STA profile.

# Display VAP information generated by the STA profile that is bound to radio 0/0/0.
<Huawei> display vap interface wlan-radio0/0/0
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Radio ID  STA ID  SS ID   WLAN ID  BSSID           Type                            
  0         0       -       1        00E0-FC03-0204  station 
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 11-31  Description of the display vap interface wlan-radio0/0/0 command output

Item

Description

Radio ID

ID of the radio interface to which a VAP belongs.

STA ID

ID of a STA profile.

SS ID

ID of a service set.

WLAN ID

ID of a VAP.

BSSID

BSSID of a VAP.

Type

Type of a VAP.

display wlan global

Function

The display wlan global command displays global parameters of an AP.

Format

display wlan global

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

The display wlan global command shows settings of global parameters.

Prerequisites

The AP country code has been configured using the wlan global country-code command.

Example

# Display global parameters of an AP.

<Huawei> display wlan global
  ------------------------------------------------------------                  
  Country code      : CN                                                        
  AP Network Element: -                                                         
  ------------------------------------------------------------   
Table 11-32  Description of the display wlan global command output
Item Description

Country code

Country code of the AP. To configure the country code of the AP, run the wlan global country-code command.

AP Network Element

NE ID.

display workmode wlan

Function

The display workmode wlan command displays the current WLAN mode and the configured WLAN mode of a device.

Format

display workmode wlan

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

You can run this command to check the current WLAN mode and the configured WLAN mode of a device. The configured WLAN mode takes effect after the device is restarted.

Example

# Display the current WLAN mode of the device.

<Huawei> display workmode wlan
 Wlan Current WorkMode = ap                                  
 Wlan Config WorkMode  = ac 
Table 11-33  Description of the display workmode wlan command output

Item

Description

Wlan Current WorkMode

Current WLAN mode of a device.
  • ap: Fat AP mode
  • ac: AC mode

Wlan Config WorkMode

Configured WLAN mode, which takes effect after the device is restarted.
  • ap: Fat AP mode
  • ac: AC mode

dtim-interval (for FAT AP)

Function

The dtim-interval command sets the delivery traffic indication map (DTIM) interval in a radio profile.

The undo dtim-interval command restores the default DTIM interval in a radio profile.

By default, the DTIM interval is 1.

Format

dtim-interval dtim-interval

undo dtim-interval

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

dtim-interval

Specifies the DTIM interval.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 255, in Beacons.

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

DTIM refers to delivery traffic indication map. After a STA enters the dormancy mode, the associated AP saves the broadcast and multicast frames for the STA. When a Beacon frame sent to the STA by the AP contains DTIM, the saved broadcast and multicast frames will be transmitted to the STA. The DTIM interval refers to the number of Beacon frames sent before the Beacon frame that contains the DTIM. To set the interval for sending Beacon frames in a radio profile, run the beacon-interval command.

  • When the STA is in the dormancy status, the AP saves data transmitted to the STA and notifies the STA with a bit in broadcast Beacon frames. The STA receives data according to this bit. You can run this command to set the DTIM interval in the specified radio profile.
  • The DTIM interval specifies how many Beacon frames are sent before the Beacon frame that contains the DITM. A long DTIM interval lengthens the dormancy time of the STA and saves power, but degrades the transmission capability of the STA. A short interval helps transmitting data in a timely manner, but the STA is waken up frequently, causing high power consumption.

Example

# Set the interval for sending DTIM to 5 in radio profile 80211b.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name 80211b
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-80211b] dtim-interval 5          

guard-interval-mode (for FAT AP)

Function

The guard-interval-mode command configures the guard interval (GI) mode.

The undo guard-interval-mode command restores the default GI mode.

By default, the GI mode is normal.

Format

guard-interval-mode { short | normal }

undo guard-interval-mode

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

short

Indicates a short interval.

-

normal

Indicates a common interval.

-

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

A wireless device does not receive and send data all the time. An interval between data receiving and sending improves transmission performance. This interval is called GI.

The GI mode consists of the short interval and common interval. The common interval is 800 ns whereas the short interval is 400 ns. The short interval is applicable to 802.11n specifications, which can raise the transmission rate of 802.11n packets.

NOTE:

The guard-interval-mode command supports only 802.11n.

Example

# Set the GI mode of radio profile 80211n to normal.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name 80211n  
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-80211n] guard-interval-mode normal 

igmp-mode snooping (for FAT AP)

Function

The igmp-mode snooping command enables the function of converting multicast packets to unicast packets in the service set view.

The undo igmp-mode command disables the function of converting multicast packets to unicast packets.

By default, the function of converting multicast packets to unicast packets is disabled.

Format

igmp-mode snooping

undo igmp-mode

Parameters

None

Views

Service set view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

You can enable the function of converting multicast packets to unicast packets in scenarios that have high requirements on multicast stream transmission, such as a high-definition video on-demand scenario.

After the function is enabled, an AP listens on Report and Leave packets to maintain multicast-to-unicast entries. When sending multicast packets to the client, the AP converts the multicast packets to unicast packets based on the multicast-to-unicast entries to improve multicast stream transmission efficiency.

Example

# Enable the function of converting multicast packets to unicast packets.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name huawei
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-huawei] igmp-mode snooping

interface wlan-bss

Function

Using the interface wlan-bss command, you can create a WLAN-BSS interface.

Using the undo interface wlan-bss command, you can delete a WLAN-BSS interface.

By default, no WLAN-BSS interface is created.

Format

interface wlan-bss wlan-bss-number

undo interface wlan-bss wlan-bss-number

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

wlan-bss-number

Specifies the number of a WLAN-BSS interface.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

Views

System view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

  • A WLAN-BSS interface is configured with parameters such as the interface priority and authentication mode.
  • After you create a WLAN-BSS interface, bind this interface to a service set.

Example

# Create WLAN-BSS 1.
<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-bss 1 
[Huawei-Wlan-Bss1] 

interface wlan-radio

Function

The interface wlan-radio command displays the radio interface view.

NOTE:
In the radio interface view, modifying the WLAN configuration may cause STAs associated with the current radio to go offline.

Format

interface wlan-radio wlan-radio-number

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

wlan-radio-number

Displays the specified radio interface view.

Enumerated type. The values are as follows:
  • 0/0/0: indicates the 2.4-GHz radio interface.
  • 0/0/1: indicates the 5-GHz radio interface.
Only the AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7, AR509GW-L-D-H and AR510 series support 0/0/0 and 0/0/1. Other models support only 0/0/0.

Views

System view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

  • You can configure the radio after entering the radio interface.
  • you can create a VAP by binding a service set to radio interface.

Example

# Display the view of Wlan-Radio0/0/0.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0 
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0]  

legacy-station enable (for FAT AP)

Function

The legacy-station enable command permits access of legacy terminals.

The undo legacy-station enable command denies access of legacy terminals.

By default, access of legacy terminals is permitted.

Format

legacy-station enable

undo legacy-station enable

Parameters

None

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Legacy terminals support only 802.11a, 802.11b, or 802.11g, and provide a rate far smaller than 802.11n terminals. If the legacy terminals access the wireless network, data transmission rate of the 802.11n terminals will be reduced. To prevent transmission rate of 802.11n terminals from being affected, run the undo legacy-station enable command to deny access of legacy terminals.

Configuration Impact

After the undo legacy-station enable command is run, legacy terminals supporting only 802.11a, 802.11b, or 802.11g cannot access the wireless network.

Precautions

The undo legacy-station enable and undo wmm enable commands cannot be configured at the same time, otherwise, any STA cannot access the WLAN.

Example

# Deny access of legacy terminals.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name radiopf
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-radiopf] undo legacy-station enable

max-user-number (for FAT AP)

Function

The max-user-number command sets the maximum number of successfully associated STAs in a service set.

The undo max-user-number command restores the default maximum number of successfully associated STAs in a service set.

By default, a service set allows for a maximum of 32 successfully associated STAs.

Format

max-user-number max-user-number

undo max-user-number

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

max-user-number

Specifies the maximum number of successfully associated STAs in the specified service set.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 128.

Views

Service set view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

The max-user-number max-user-number command sets the maximum number of successfully associated STAs in the specified service set.

Example

# Create a service set named ChinaNet and set the maximum number of successfully associated STAs for the service set to 50.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name ChinaNet 
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] max-user-number 50       

multicast-rate (for FAT AP)

Function

The multicast-rate command configures the multicast rate of wireless packets for a radio.

The undo multicast-rate command restores the default multicast rate of wireless packets for a radio.

By default, the multicast rate of wireless packets is 11 Mbps for the 2.4 GHz radio and 6 Mbps for the 5 GHz radio.

Format

multicast-rate { 2g 2g-multicast-rate | 5g 5g-multicast-rate }

undo multicast-rate { 2g | 5g }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

2g 2g-multicast-rate

Specifies the multicast rate of wireless packets for the 2.4 GHz radio.

Enumerated type:
  • 1: 1 Mbps
  • 2: 2 Mbps
  • 5: 5.5 Mbps
  • 6: 6 Mbps
  • 9: 9 Mbps
  • 11: 11 Mbps
  • 12: 12 Mbps
  • 18: 18 Mbps
  • 24: 24 Mbps
  • 36: 36 Mbps
  • 48: 48 Mbps
  • 54: 54 Mbps

5g 5g-multicast-rate

Specifies the multicast rate of wireless packets for the 5 GHz radio.

NOTE:

Only the AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7, AR509GW-L-D-H and AR510 series support the 5 GHz radio.

Enumerated type:
  • 6: 6 Mbps
  • 9: 9 Mbps
  • 12: 12 Mbps
  • 18: 18 Mbps
  • 24: 24 Mbps
  • 36: 36 Mbps
  • 48: 48 Mbps
  • 54: 54 Mbps

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

After this command is run, the multicast rate of wireless packets is the configured value and irrelevant to the STA access mode.

If the configured multicast rate is not in the basic rate set and the STA does not support this rate, the STA cannot receive multicast data.

Example

# Set the multicast rate of 2.4GHz radio packets to 54 Mbps.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name radiopf
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-radiopf] multicast-rate 2g 54

per-threshold (for FAT AP)

Function

The per-threshold command sets the packet loss or packet error rate threshold in a radio profile.

The undo per-threshold command restores the default packet loss or packet error rate threshold in a radio profile.

The default packet loss or packet error rate threshold in a radio profile is 30%.

Format

per-threshold per-threshold

undo per-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

per-threshold

Specifies the packet loss or packet error rate threshold.

The value is an integer that ranges from 3 to 50, in percentage.

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

After the MAC layer sends out a packet at the lowest rate, a packet loss or an error packet is recorded if no ACK message or an NACK message is received after the retransmission threshold is exceeded.

Example

# Set the packet loss or packet error rate threshold to 15% in radio profile radio1.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name radio1
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-radio1] per-threshold 15       

power-level (for FAT AP)

Function

The power-level command sets the power level for a radio.

The undo power-level command restores the default power level of a radio.

By default, the power level of a radio is 0, indicating full power. The actual power is determined by an AP type.

Format

power-level power-level

undo power-level

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

power-level

Specifies the power level of a radio.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 12.

A larger value indicates a higher power level and a low transmit power of a radio.

Views

Radio interface view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

The configured power level must be supported by the radio, and is subject to different channels as well as laws and regulations corresponding to the country code.

If the configured power level exceeds the maximum power level supported by the AP, the configuration is saved but the actual power is determined by the maximum power level supported by the AP. You can run the display actual channel-power command to check the actual channel and power information about the AP radio.

Prerequisites

The radio power mode has been set to fixed using the power-mode fixed command.

Example

# Set the power level of radio 0/0/0 to 1.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] power-level 1  

power-mode (for FAT AP)

Function

The power-mode command sets the power mode in a radio profile.

The undo power-mode command restores the default power mode in a radio profile.

By default, the automatic mode is used.

Format

power-mode { auto | fixed }

undo power-mode

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

auto

Indicates the automatic mode. The power of the radio bound to the radio profile can be automatically adjusted.

-

fixed

Indicates the fixed mode. The power of the radio bound to the radio profile is fixed at the set value.

-

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

The power mode can be set to the automatic or fixed mode. In the automatic mode, the radio output power is automatically selected according to the radio environment. In the fixed mode, the radio output power must be specified.

If an AP needs radio calibration, the power mode must be set to automatic mode in the AP's radio profile.

Example

# Set the power mode in radio profile 802.11b to auto.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name 80211b
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-80211b] power-mode auto       

radio enable (for FAT AP)

Function

The radio enable command enables a specified radio.

The undo radio enable command disables a specified radio.

By default, a radio is enabled.

Format

radio enable

undo radio enable

Parameters

None

Views

Radio interface view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

You can run this command to enable or disable a specified radio.

Example

# Enable radio 0/0/0 on the WLAN-radio interface.
<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] radio enable 

radio-profile (WLAN view) (for FAT AP)

Function

The radio-profile command creates or enters an radio profile view.

The undo radio-profile command is used to delete a radio profile.

By default, the radio profile named radiof exists in the system.

Format

radio-profile { id profile-id | name profile-name } *

undo radio-profile { all | id profile-id | name profile-name }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Deletes all radio profiles.

-

id profile-id

Specifies the ID of a radio profile, which identifies a radio profile.

The value is an integer ranging from 0 to 15.

name profile-name

Specifies the name of a radio profile, which identifies a radio profile.

The value is a string of 1 to 31 case-insensitive characters. It does not contain question marks (?) or spaces, and cannot begin or end with double quotation marks (" ").

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

You can run this command to create or delete a radio profile or enter the radio profile mode to configure the profile. If the specified profile ID or profile name does not exist, this command creates a radio profile and displays the view of this radio profile, and all parameters in this radio profile use default values. You can also change values of these parameters. For default values of parameters, see parameter descriptions of configuration commands.

NOTE:

A radio profile name is mandatory for creating a radio profile.

Example

# Create radio profile 802.11b.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name 802.11b 
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-802.11b]       

radio-profile (Radio interface view) (for FAT AP)

Function

The radio-profile command binds a radio profile to a specified radio of an AP for creating VAPs.

The undo radio-profile unbinds a radio profile from a specified radio.

By default, no radio profile is bound to a radio.

Format

radio-profile { id profile-id | name profile-name }

undo radio-profile

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

id profile-id

Specifies the ID of a radio profile, which identifies a radio profile.

The radio profile ID must exist.

name profile-name

Specifies the name of a radio profile, which identifies a radio profile.

The radio profile name must exist.

Views

Radio interface view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After a radio profile is bound to a radio, parameters defined in the radio profile are applied to the radio. A radio profile defines the following parameters: radio type, radio rate, channel mode, radio power mode, calibration interval, packet loss threshold, error packet threshold, packet conflict threshold, package fragmentation threshold, Request To Send/Clear To Send (RTS/CTS) threshold, maximum retransmission attempts for long/short frames, whether short preamble is supported, delivery traffic indication message (DTIM) interval, beacon frame interval, WMM profile name or ID, GI mode, and A-MPDU parameters. To set these parameters, run the display radio-profile (for FAT AP) command.

When a radio profile is bound to a radio, some parameters may be restored to the default values.

Precautions

A radio profile to be bound to a radio must exist and all parameters are set.

Example

# Bind radio profile huawei to a radio.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio0/0/0
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] radio-profile name huawei

reset radio statistics (for FAT AP)

Function

The reset radio statistics command clears statistics at the MAC layer of a specified radio

Format

reset radio statistics

Parameters

None

Views

Radio interface view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

None

Example

# Clear statistics on the MAC layer of the radio interface.
<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0 
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] reset radio statistics 

reset station online-fail-record (for FAT AP)

Function

The reset station online-fail-record command clears STA online failure records.

Format

reset station online-fail-record { all | mac mac-address }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Clears online failure records of all STAs.

-

mac mac-address

Clears online failure records of the STA with the specified MAC address.

The value is in H-H-H format. An H is a hexadecimal number of 4 digits.

Views

All views

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

To re-collect records about STA online failures, run this command to clear existing records.

The cleared records cannot be restored.

Example

# Clear online failure records of all STAs.

<Huawei> reset station online-fail-record all

rts-cts-threshold (for FAT AP)

Function

The rts-cts-threshold command sets the RTS or CTS threshold in a radio profile.

The undo rts-cts-threshold command restores the default RTS or CTS threshold in a radio profile.

The default RTS/CTS alarm threshold is 2347 bytes.

Format

rts-cts-threshold rts-cts-threshold

undo rts-cts-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

rts-cts-threshold

Specifies the RTS or CTS threshold. If the length of a frame to be sent by the MAC Layer exceeds this threshold, an RTS frame needs to be sent before this frame.

The value is an integer that ranges from 64 to 2347, in bytes.

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

The IEEE 802.11 MAC protocol provides an RTS/CTS handshake protocol to prevent conflicts between channels and failure to transmit data. STA A sends an RTS frame before sending data to STA B. STA A can send data after receiving a CTS frame from STA B. If multiple STAs send RTS frames to an STA, only the STA that receives a CTS frame can send data, and other STAs have channel conflicts by default and must wait and send RTS frames again.

If STAs implement RTS/CTS handshakes before sending data, the channel bandwidth is consumed by too much RTS frames. You can set an RTS threshold to specify the length of frames to be sent. When the length of frames to be sent by the STA is smaller than the RTS threshold, no RTS/CTS handshake is implemented.

Example

# Set the RTS/CTS threshold in radio profile radio to 1500 bytes.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name radio
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-radio] rts-cts-threshold 1500       

security-profile (service set view) (for FAT AP)

Function

The security-profile command binds a security profile to a specified service set.

The undo security-profile command deletes a security profile from a specified service set.

By default, the security profile named secf is bound to a service set.

Format

security-profile { name profile-name | id profile-id }

undo security-profile

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name profile-name

Specifies the name of a security profile.

The security profile name must exist.

id profile-id

Specifies the ID of a security profile.

The security profile ID must exist.

Views

Service set view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

The administrator can run this command to bind a security profile to a service set. The security profile then applies to all users using this service set.

Example

# Create a service set named ChinaNet, specify an SSID ChinaNet-1 for the service set, and bind traffic profile traffic01 and security profile security01 to the service set.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name ChinaNet 
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] ssid ChinaNet-1  
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] traffic-profile name traffic01   
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] security-profile name security01       

security-profile peer-ssid

Function

The security-profile peer-ssid command configures an SSID in a STA profile and binds a security profile to the STA profile.

The undo security-profile peer-ssid command deletes the configured SSID and the bound security profile.

By default, no SSID is configured in a STA profile and no security profile is bound to the STA profile.

NOTE:

Only the AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7, AR510 series support this command.

Format

security-profile { name security-profile-name | id security-profile-id } peer-ssid peer-ap-ssid

undo security-profile { name security-profile-name | id security-profile-id } peer-ssid peer-ap-ssid

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name security-profile-name

Specifies the name of a security profile bound to the STA profile.

The value must be the name of an existing security profile.

id security-profile-id

Specifies the ID of a security profile bound to the STA profile.

The value must be the ID of an existing security profile.

peer-ap-ssid

Specifies the SSID of a STA profile.

The value is a string of 1 to 31 characters without question marks (?) or spaces. It cannot begin or end with double quotation marks (" ").

Views

STA profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After you configure properties such as SSID and security profile of the STA profile, the device can function as a STA to access the specified WLAN.

Precautions

The SSID of the STA profile must the same as that of the peer AP.

The security profile bound to the STA profile must be the same as bound to the peer AP, and the security must be configured as WPA, WPA2+PSK+CCMP, TKIP, or no authentication.

Example

# Configure the SSID named ssid1 for STA profile sta1, and bind security profile sec to STA profile sta1.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] station-profile name sta1
[Huawei-wlan-station-prof-sta1] security-profile name sec peer-ssid ssid1

# Delete the configured properties of STA profile sta1.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] station-profile name sta1
[Huawei-wlan-station-prof-sta1] undo security-profile name sec peer-ssid ssid1

service-set (for FAT AP)

Function

The service-set command adds a service set.

The undo service-set command deletes one or multiple service sets.

By default, there is no service set in the system.

Format

service-set { name service-set-name | id service-set-id } *

undo service-set { id service-set-id | name service-set-name }

undo service-set batch id { service-set-id [ to service-set-id ] } &<1-10>

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name service-set-name

Specifies the name of a service set.

The value is a string of 1 to 31 case-insensitive characters. It does not contain question marks (?) or spaces, and cannot begin or end with double quotation marks (" ").

id service-set-id

Specifies the ID of a service set.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Before providing services to a user, create a service set and bind it to a radio. A service set defines service parameters and virtual access point (VAP) attributes. After the service set is bound to a specified radio on an AP, its service parameters are applied to a WLAN service entity, namely, a VAP. The AP then provides users with differentiated WLAN services based on these service parameters.

NOTE:

A radio profile name is mandatory for creating a radio profile.

Example

# Create a service set named ChinaNet, specify an SSID ChinaNet-1 for the service set, and bind traffic profile traffic01, and security profile security01.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name ChinaNet 
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] ssid ChinaNet-1  
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] traffic-profile name traffic01   
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] security-profile name security01 

service-set (Radio interface view)

Function

Using the service-set command, you can bind a service set to a specified ratio of Wlan-Radio 0/0/0 to create a VAP.

Using the undo service-set command, you can unbind a service set from a specified radio.

By default, no service set is bound to any radio.

Format

service-set { name service-set-name | id service-set-id } [ wlan wlan-id ]

undo service-set { id service-set-id | name service-set-name }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name service-set-name

Specifies the name of a service set.

The service set name must exist.

id service-set-id

Specifies the ID of a service set.

The service set ID must exist.

wlan wlan-id

Specifies the WLAN index.

NOTE:
  • If you set a WLAN ID when creating a VAP, the WLAN ID is the ID of a VAP.
  • If you do not set a WLAN ID when creating a VAP, the system assigns an ID to the VAP.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 16.

Views

Radio interface view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

  • A service set defines service parameters and VAP attributes. After the service set is bound to a specified radio on Wlan-Radio 0/0/0, its service parameters are applied to a WLAN service entity, namely, a VAP. Wlan-Radio 0/0/0 then provides users with differentiated WLAN services based on these service parameters.
  • The service-set command binds a service set to a specified ratio of Wlan-Radio 0/0/0 to create a VAP.

Prerequisite

A traffic profile, security profile, and WLAN-BSS interface have been bound to the service set, and an SSID has been configured.

A radio profile has been bound to the radio interface.

Precautions

Each wlan-radio interface can bind multiple service sets.

Example

# Bind a service set ChinaNet and WLAN 1 to Wlan-Radio 0/0/0.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0
[Huawei-wlan-radio0/0/0] service-set name ChinaNet wlan 1

set workmode wlan (for FAT AP)

Function

The set workmode wlan command configures the WLAN mode of the device.

By default, the AR510 series, AR509GW-L-D-H, AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7 work in AP mode and other devices work in AC mode.

Format

set workmode wlan { ap | ac }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

ap

Indicates that the device works in Fat AP mode.

-

ac

Indicates that the device works in AC mode.

-

Views

System view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

In Fat AP mode, the device functions as an access point (AP) to provide access control, authentication, data encryption, and QoS functions.

In AC mode, the device functions as the access controller (AC) to deploy and control APs. The AC implements functions including mobility management, identity verification, VLAN assignment, radio resource management, wireless Intrusion Detection System (IDS), and data packet forwarding. APs only send and receive wireless data, simplifying AP management and configuration. APs can even work without any configuration.

Example

# Configure the device to work in AC mode.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] set workmode wlan ac
Warning: The WorkMode Change will be activated after board reboot. Continue? [y/n]:y  
[Huawei] quit
<Huawei> reboot fast
System will reboot! Continue ? [y/n]:y                                          
Info: system is rebooting ,please wait...     

short-preamble (for FAT AP)

Function

The short-preamble command determines whether the short preamble is supported in a specified radio profile.

The undo short-preamble command restores the default settings.

By default, the short preamble is supported in a specified radio profile.

Format

short-preamble { enable | disable }

undo short-preamble disable

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

enable

Indicates that the short preamble is supported.

-

disable

Indicates that the short preamble is not supported.

-

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

The preamble is a section of bits in the header of a data frame. It synchronizes signals transmitted between the sender and receiver. The preamble is classified into the long preamble and short preamble. The short preamble ensures better synchronization performance and therefore is recommended. The long preamble is usually used for compatibility with earlier network adapters of clients.

Example

# Configure radio profile 80211b to support the short preamble.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name 80211b
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-80211b] short-preamble enable        

ssid (for FAT AP)

Function

The ssid command sets a service set identifier (SSID) for a service set.

The undo ssid command deletes the SSID of a service set.

By default, no SSID is configured.

Format

ssid ssid

undo ssid

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

ssid

Specifies the name of an SSID.

The value is a string of 1 to 32 case-insensitive characters. The value cannot contain question marks (?) and cannot start or end with double quotation marks (" ").
NOTE:

An SSID name can contain a maximum of ten Chinese characters. If Chinese SSIDs are used, the system uses the UTF-8 encoding format and does not support GBK. SecureCRT and Putty software are required for editing the Chinese SSIDs.

If the language character set does not use the UTF-8 coding format, run the language character-set UTF-8 command to set the coding format to UTF-8.

Views

Service set view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

An SSID specifies a wireless network. When you search for available wireless networks on your laptop, SSIDs are displayed to identify the available wireless networks.

Example

# Set the SSID of service set ss1 to company.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name ss1
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ss1] ssid company

ssid-hide (for FAT AP)

Function

The ssid-hide command hides an SSID in a Beacon frame.

The undo ssid-hide command cancels the configuration.

By default, no SSID is hidden in a Beacon frame.

Format

ssid-hide

undo ssid-hide

Parameters

None

Views

Service set view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

A STA listens on the Beacon frames that an AP periodically sends in each channel to obtain AP information. The STA can obtain SSIDs from Beacon frames that contain the SSIDs.

The STA can actively send a probe frame with a specified SSID or send a broadcast probe frame without an SSID. When a broadcast probe frame is sent, the STA can join any WLAN network.

After the ssid-hide command is executed, an AP periodically sends Beacon frames that contain empty SSID character strings and does not reply to the broadcast probe requests sent from STAs.

After the undo ssid-hide command is executed, an AP periodically sends Beacon frames that contain valid SSID character strings and replies to the broadcast probe requests sent from STAs.

Example

# Create a service set ChinaNet and configure the AP to hide the SSID in Beacon frames.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name ChinaNet 
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] ssid-hide  

ssid-catch (for FAT AP)

Function

The ssid-catch command uses Equipment Serial Number (ESN) to form an SSID.

The undo ssid-catch command cancels using ESN to form an SSID.

By default, the device directly uses the SSID configured using the ssid command but does not use ESN to form an SSID.

Format

ssid-catch device-esn [ length esn-len ]

undo ssid-catch

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

device-esn

Uses part of ESN to form an SSID.

-

length esn-len

Specifies the length of ESN to form an SSID.

  • If this parameter is not specified, the device uses the whole ESN to form an SSID. For example, if the SSID huawei is configured using the ssid command, the ESN of the device is 210200000123450006789, and esn-len is not specified, the device uses the whole ESN to form an SSID (new SSID: huawei-210200000123450006789).
  • If this parameter is specified, the device uses the ESN with the specified esn-len to form an SSID. For example, if the SSID huawei is configured using the ssid command, the ESN of the device is 210200000123450006789, and esn-len is set to 5, the device uses the last five digits to form an SSID (new SSID: huawei-06789).

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 32.

Views

Service set view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

When devices are deployed in batches, the same configuration file is loaded on the devices. As a result, different devices are configured with the same SSID (configured using the ssid command), which may affect normal management, operation, and maintenance (O&M) of WLANs.

After the ssid-catch command is run, the device uses part of or the whole ESN to form a new SSID. In this way, each device has a unique SSID, meeting management and O&M requirements.

Precautions

An SSID contains a maximum of 32 characters; therefore, the length of the SSID formed using ESN cannot exceed 32 characters.

Example

# Enable the function of using ESN to form an SSID and set the length of ESN to be used to 7.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name ss1
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ss1] ssid-catch device-esn length 7
Related Topics

station-profile

Function

The station-profile command creates a STA profile and displays the STA profile view. If the specified STA profile exists, you can directly enter the specified STA profile view.

The undo station-profile command deletes one or more STA profiles.

By default, no STA profile is created.

NOTE:

Only the AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7, AR510 series support this command.

Format

station-profile { name station-profile-name | id station-profile-id } *

undo station-profile { name station-profile-name | id station-profile-id }

undo station-profile batch id { station-profile-id1 [ to station-profile-id2 ] } &<1-10>

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name station-profile-name

Specifies the name of a STA profile.

The value is a string of 1 to 31 characters without question marks (?) or spaces. It cannot begin or end with double quotation marks (" ").

id station-profile-id

Specifies the ID of a STA profile.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

station-profile-id1 [ to station-profile-id2 ]

Deletes specified STA profiles in a batch.
  • station-profile-id1 specifies the start ID of STA profiles to be deleted.
  • station-profile-id2 specifies the end ID of STA profiles to be deleted.
  • The station-profile-id2 value must be greater than the station-profile-id1 value.
  • station-profile-id1 and station-profile-id2 specify an ID range of STA profiles.
  • If the parameter to station-profile-id2 is not specified, only the STA profile specified by station-profile-id1 is deleted.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

A STA profile contains a set of properties, including mandatory parameters used by the device to associate with an AP. After a STA profile is bound to a radio, the radio uses all properties of the STA profile and then the device can function as a STA.

Follow-up Procedure

Run the or security-profile peer-ssid command to configure the SSID of the STA profile and bind the STA profile to a security profile, and run the bind (STA profile view) command to bind the STA profile to a VE interface.

Example

# Create STA profile sta1.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] station-profile name sta1
[Huawei-wlan-station-prof-sta1]

# Delete STA profile sta1.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] undo station-profile name sta1

station-profile (radio view)

Function

The station-profile command binds a STA profile to a specified radio on the device.

The undo station-profile command unbinds the STA profile from a specified radio on the device.

By default, no STA profile is bound to a radio.

NOTE:

Only the AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7, AR510 series support this command.

Format

station-profile { name station-profile-name | id station-profile-id } [ wlan wlan-id ]

undo station-profile { name station-profile-name | id station-profile-id }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name station-profile-name

Specifies the name of a STA profile.

The value must be the name of an existing STA profile.

id station-profile-id

Specifies the ID of a STA profile.

The value must be the ID of an existing STA profile.

wlan wlan-id

Specifies the ID of a VAP.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 8.

Views

Radio view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

You can bind a STA profile to a specified radio on the device to create a STA VAP so that the device can function as a STA to access a WLAN.

A STA profile contains a set of properties, including mandatory parameters used by the device to associate with an AP. After a STA profile is bound to a radio, the radio uses all properties of the STA profile and then the device can function as a STA.

Prerequisites

A radio profile has been bound to the radio.

A STA profile has been created using the station-profile command. An SSID has been configured and a security profile has been bound to the STA profile using the or security-profile peer-ssid command. A VE interface has been bound to the STA profile using the bind (STA profile view) command.

Example

# Bind STA profile sta1 to radio 0/0/0.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] station-profile name sta1

# Unbind STA profile sta1 from radio 0/0/0.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] undo station-profile name sta1

station-profile track engine-power

Function

The station-profile track engine-power command enables automatic STA profile binding on a radio and specifies the STA profile to be bound.

The undo station-profile track engine-power command disables automatic STA profile binding on a radio.

By default, automatic STA profile binding is disabled on a radio and the STA profile to be bound is not specified.

NOTE:

Only the AR503GW-LM7, AR503GW-LcM7, AR510 series support this command.

Format

station-profile { name station-profile-name | id station-profile-id } [ wlan wlan-id ] track engine-power

undo station-profile { name station-profile-name | id station-profile-id } track engine-power

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name station-profile-name

Specifies the name of the STA profile.

The value must be the name of an existing STA profile.

id station-profile-id

Specifies the ID of the STA profile.

The value must be the ID of an existing STA profile.

wlan wlan-id

Specifies the VAP ID.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 8.

Views

Radio view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

The device on a running bus functions only as an AP to provide wireless network services for passengers. When the bus returns to the bus station, the device functions also as a STA to connect to the wireless network of the bus company to update audio or video advertisements.

After automatic STA profile binding is enabled using the command, the device reads the power status of the bus engine every five seconds.
  • When the device detects an engine power-off of a bus returning to the bus station, the device automatically binds a pre-specified STA profile to the radio so that the device can function as a STA to connect to the wireless network.
  • When the device detects an engine power-on of the bus, the device automatically unbinds the STA profile from the radio. In this way, the device works only as an AP to provide wireless network access.
The difference between the station-profile track engine-power and station-profile (radio view) commands lies in that:
  • After the station-profile track engine-power command is run, the device automatically binds the STA profile to a radio when detecting an engine power-off. The STA profile and service set can be bound to the same radio, that is, one radio can implement both AP and STA functions.
  • After the station-profile (radio view) command is run, the STA profile is manually bound to a radio. To enable both AP and STA roles on the device, you must bind the STA profile and service set to different radios.

Prerequisite

  • A radio profile has been bound to the radio.

  • A STA profile has been created using the station-profile command. An SSID has been configured and a security profile has been bound to the STA profile using the or security-profile peer-ssid command. A VE interface has been bound to the STA profile using the bind (STA profile view) command.

Precautions

  • This command can only be configured on the 2.4 GHz radio.

  • After the STA profile is automatically bound to the radio, STA actions, such as scanning and association will affect AP performance and cause some users to go offline.

  • Only engine status changes can trigger STA binding and unbinding. If the virtual Ethernet interface protocol is still not Up two minutes after the STA profile is bound to the radio, the device unbinds the STA profile from the radio.

  • The SSID in the STA profile bound to the 2.4 GHz radio cannot be the same as the SSID of the service set on the same radio; otherwise, the device associates with itself.

  • After the command is run, the device automatically checks whether the STA profile and WLAN ID meets requirements to ensure successful STA profile binding. After the configuration is complete, do not change the configuration because a configuration change may lead to a failure in STA profile binding.

Example

# Enable automatic STA profile binding on Radio0/0/0 and specify the STA profile to be bound.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface wlan-radio 0/0/0
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] station-profile id 1 track engine-power

traffic-profile (service set view) (for FAT AP)

Function

The traffic-profile command binds a traffic profile to a specified service set.

The undo traffic-profile command deletes a traffic profile from a specified service set.

By default, the traffic profile named traf is bound to a service set.

Format

traffic-profile { name profile-name | id profile-id }

undo traffic-profile

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name profile-name

Specifies the name of a traffic profile.

The traffic profile name must exist.

id profile-id

Specifies the ID of a traffic profile.

The traffic profile ID must exist.

Views

Service set view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

You can run the traffic-profile command to bind a traffic profile to a service set. The traffic profile then applies to all users using the service set.

Example

# Create a service set ChinaNet, and bind a traffic profile traffic01 to the service set.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name ChinaNet 
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] traffic-profile name traffic01

wlan (for FAT AP)

Function

The wlan command displays the WLAN view.

NOTE:
In the WLAN view, modifying the WLAN configuration may cause STAs associated with the current radio to go offline.

Format

wlan [ ap ]

Parameters

None

Views

System view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Before performing WLAN configurations, run the wlan command to enter the WLAN view. All WLAN configuration commands need to be used in the WLAN view or WLAN sub-view. When the wlan or wlan ap command is executed, you enter the WLAN view in Fat AP mode.

Example

# Enter the WLAN view in Fat AP mode.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan ap
[Huawei-wlan-view]

wlan global country-code

Function

Using the wlan global country-code command, you can set a country code for an AP.

The undo wlan global country-code command restores the country code to the default values.

By default, the country code of the AP is CN.

Format

wlan global country-code country-code

undo wlan global country-code

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

country-code

Specifies the AP country code.

The value is a string of characters. Enumerated type. For specific values, see Table 11-34.

Views

System view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Table 11-34  Country codes supported by APs

Country Code

Country/Region

AE

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

AM

ARMENIA

AR

ARGENTINA

AT

AUSTRIA

AU

AUSTRALIA

AZ

AZERBAIJAN

BE

BELGIUM

BG

BULGARIA

BH

BAHRAIN

BN

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

BO

BOLIVIA

BR

BRAZIL

BY

BELARUS

BZ

BELIZE

CA

CANADA

CH

SWITZERLAND

CL

CHILE

CN

CHINA (Default)

CO

COLOMBIA

CR

COSTA RICA

CY

CYPRUS

CZ

CZECH REPUBLIC

DE

GERMANY

DK

DENMARK

DO

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

EC

ECUADOR

EE

ESTONIA

EG

EGYPT

ES

SPAIN

FI

FINLAND

FR

FRANCE

GB

UNITED KINGDOM

GE

GEORGIA

GR

GREECE

GT

GUATEMALA

HK

HONG KONG,SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION OF CHINA

HN

HONDURAS

HR

CROATIA

HU

HUNGARY

ID

INDONESIA

IE

IRELAND

IL

ISRAEL

IN

INDIA

IQ

IRAQ

IR

IRAN

IS

ICELAND

IT

ITALY

JO

JORDAN

JP

JAPAN

KP

DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KOREA

KR

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

KW

KUWAIT

KZ

KAZAKHSTAN

LB

LEBANON

LI

LIECHTENSTEIN

LK

SRI LANKA

LT

LITHUANIA

LU

LUXEMBOURG

LV

LATVIA

MA

MOROCCO

MC

MONACO

MK

MACEDONIA

MO

MACAU,SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION OF CHINA

MT

MALTA

MX

MEXICO

MY

MALAYSIA

NG

NIGERIA

NL

NETHERLANDS

NO

NORWAY

NZ

NEW ZEALAND

OM

OMAN

PA

PANAMA

PE

PERU

PH

PHILIPPINES

PK

PAKISTAN

PL

POLAND

PR

PUERTO RICO

PT

PORTUGAL

QA

QATAR

RO

ROMANIA

RU

RUSSIA

SA

SAUDI ARABIA

SE

SWEDEN

SG

SINGAPORE

SI

SLOVENIA

SK

SLOVAKIA

SV

EL SALVADOR

SY

SYRIA

TH

THAILAND

TN

TUNISIA

TR

TURKEY

TT

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

TW

TAIWAN,PROVINCE OF CHINA

UA

UKRAINE

US

UNITED STATES

UY

URUGUAY

UZ

UZBEKISTAN

VE

VENEZUELA

VN

VIET NAM

YE

YEMEN

ZA

SOUTH AFRICA

ZW

ZIMBABWE

NOTE:

After the AP country code is modified, all VAPs are automatically deleted and all STAs get offline.

Example

# Set the country code of the AP to CN.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan global country-code CN

wlan-bss (service set view)

Function

Using the wlan-bss command, you can bind a WLAN-BSS interface to a service set.

Using the undo wlan-bss command, you can unbind a WLAN-BSS interface from a service set.

By default, no WLAN-BSS interface is bound to any service set.

Format

wlan-bss wlan-bss-number

undo wlan-bss

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

wlan-bss-number

Specifies the number of the WLAN-BSS interface to be bound to a service set.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

Views

Service set view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Attributes such as the authentication mode and interface priority set on a WLAN-BSS interface take effect only after the interface is bound to a service set.

Example

# Create a service set ChinaNet and bind WLAN-BSS interface 1 to it.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan
[Huawei-wlan-view] service-set name ChinaNet 
[Huawei-wlan-service-set-ChinaNet] wlan-bss 1

wmm-profile (WLAN view) (for FAT AP)

Function

The wmm-profile command creates a Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) profile and displays the WMM profile view. If the specified WMM profile exists, you can directly enter the specified WMM profile view.

The undo wmm-profile command deletes a WMM profile.

By default, the WMM profile named wmmf exists in the system.

Format

wmm-profile { id profile-id | name profile-name } *

undo wmm-profile { all | id profile-id | name profile-name }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

id profile-id

Specifies the ID of a WMM profile.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

name profile-name

Specifies the name of a WMM profile.

The value is a string of 1 to 31 case-sensitive characters without spaces or question marks (?) and cannot begin or end with double quotation marks (" ").

all

Deletes all WMM profiles

-

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

You can configure a Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) profile to implement the WMM protocol that guarantees preferential transmission of packets with a high priority, which ensures better quality for voice and video services on a wireless network.

The wmm-profile command applies to the following situations:

  • To apply WMM functions to a radio, create a WMM profile and bind it to a radio profile.
  • To change WMM functions of a radio, enter the WMM profile view of the radio profile to modify the required parameters.

After a WMM profile is created, the profile retains the default settings.

Follow-up Procedure

Run the wmm-profile command to bind the specified WMM profile to a radio profile.

Precautions

A WMM profile cannot be deleted if it is bound to a radio profile.

  • The profile name is mandatory when you create a WMM profile. The profile ID is optional. If you do not specify a profile ID, an ID is automatically allocated.
  • When entering the created WMM profile view, you can specify either the profile name or profile ID. If you specify both the profile name and profile ID, you can enter the specified WMM profile view only when both the profile name and profile ID are correct. You can specify a profile name or profile ID to delete the specified WMM profile.

Example

# Create a WMM profile p1 and enter the WMM profile view.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] wmm-profile name p1
[Huawei-wlan-wmm-prof-p1]

wmm-profile (radio profile view) (for FAT AP)

Function

The wmm-profile command binds a specified Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) profile to a radio profile.

The undo wmm-profile command unbinds a specified WMM profile from a radio profile.

By default, the WMM profile named wmmf is bound to the radio profile named radiof.

Format

wmm-profile { id profile-id | name profile-name }

undo wmm-profile

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

id profile-id

Specifies the ID of a WMM profile.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 15.

name profile-name

Specifies the name of a WMM profile.

The value is a string of 1 to 31 case-insensitive characters without question marks (?) and spaces. The value cannot start or end with double quotation marks (" ").

Views

Radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

To apply WMM functions to a radio, create an MM profile and bind it to a radio profile.

Prerequisites

A WMM profile has been created using the wmm-profile (WLAN view) (for FAT AP) command.

Example

# Bind WMM profile p1 to radio profile 802.11b.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] wlan 
[Huawei-wlan-view] wmm-profile name p1
[Huawei-wlan-wmm-prof-p1] quit
[Huawei-wlan-view] radio-profile name 802.11b
[Huawei-wlan-radio-prof-802.11b] wmm-profile name p1
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