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S1720GFR, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R010C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

This document describes the configuration and maintenance of device through the web network management system. The web network management system provides the functions of viewing device information and managing the entire system, interfaces, services, ACL, QoS, routes, security, and tools.
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Wireless Service (S5720HI)

Wireless Service (S5720HI)

Context

NOTE:

This node is only available in the NAC unified mode.

The web system is applicable to wireless service deployment on small- and middle-sized networks. For large-sized networks, use other network management systems, such as eSight.

Radio

Context

You can view details about radios of APs through the radio monitoring page.

Procedure

  • View the radio list.
    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > Radio. The Radio List page is displayed.



    2. Click the downward arrow next to Default to customize items to be displayed. Click All to display all items.

      Table 1-16  Statistics in the radio list

      Parameter

      Description

      AP ID

      ID of the AP.

      AP Name

      Name of the AP.

      Radio ID

      Radio ID of the AP.

      Frequency Band

      Frequency band on which a radio works.

      STA HT Mode

      Radio type.

      Status

      Radio status.

      Working Mode

      Radio working mode.

      Channel

      Working channel of a radio.

      Frequency Bandwidth

      Channel bandwidth of a radio.

      EIRP/Max EIRP

      Radio power configured/Maximum power in compliance with local laws and regulations.

      Access STA

      Number of STAs associated with a radio.

      Noise Strength

      Radio noise level.

      Channel Usage

      Channel usage of a radio.

      Rate

      Radio rate.

      Total Frame Quantity

      Total number of frames received and sent by a radio.

      Downlink Retransmission Ratio

      Retransmission ratio on a radio.

      Downlink Packet Loss Ratio

      Packet loss ratio on a radio.

    3. Search for a radio.

      In Radio Performance Distribution, select specific radios based on the noise level, channel usage, and interference ratio (select an area in the bar graph).

    NOTE:
    • Move the cursor to Channel Usage to view details about channel usage, including the transmitting time ratio, receiving time ratio, interference ratio, and idle rate of the channel.
    • Click the rightward arrow on the left of the list to view the following information of the radio: number of recently accessed STAs, noise level, channel usage, rate, retransmission ratio, and packet loss ratio.

  • Implement spectrum analysis.

    Select a radio from Radio List and click Spectrum Analysis. The spectrum charts of the radio are displayed. For details, see Spectrum Analysis.

  • Intelligently diagnose radio faults.

    Select a radio in Radio List and click Intelligent Diagnosis to diagnose Mesh link faults, AP failures, and AP upgrade failures. The web platform will provide handling suggestions. For details, see Intelligent Diagnosis (S5720HI).

  • Capture wireless packets.

    Select a radio in Radio List and click Wireless Packet Obtaining to capture wireless packets so that you can identify faults. For details, see Wireless Packet Capturing (S5720HI).

  • View field strength information.

    Select a radio in Radio List and click Field Strength Collection to view field strength information.

    Table 1-17  Field strength information

    Parameter

    Description

    Local AP ID

    ID of the local AP.

    Local AP Name

    Name of the local AP.

    Local AP MAC

    MAC address of the local AP.

    Radio ID

    ID of a radio of which field strength information is collected.

    Local AP Position No.

    This parameter takes effect only when the location-based handover algorithm is enabled.

    Neighboring AP ID

    ID of the peer AP.

    Neighboring AP Name

    Name of the peer AP.

    Neighboring AP MAC

    MAC address of the peer AP.

    Neighboring AP Position No.

    This parameter takes effect only when the location-based handover algorithm is enabled.

    Neighboring AP RSSI

    RSSI of the peer AP.

    Refresh Time

    Interval for updating field strength information.

  • View radio calibration records.

    Click Radio Calibration Record. Radio calibration records are displayed.

    Table 1-18  Description of radio calibration records

    Parameter

    Description

    Time

    Time when calibration is triggered.

    AP ID

    ID of the AP.

    AP Name

    Name of the AP.

    Radio ID

    ID of the radio.

    Channel Before/After Calibration

    Radio channel before/after radio calibration.

    Bandwidth Before/After Calibration

    Radio bandwidth before/after radio calibration.

    Eirp Before/After Calibration

    Transmit power of the radio before/after radio calibration.

    RSSI Before/After Calibration

    RSSI of an AP before/after radio calibration.

    Calibration Cause

    Cause of radio calibration.

  • Export the radio list.

    Click Export Info. The radio list is exported in a .csv file.

AP

AP Statistics Collection

Context

You can view AP performance statistics on the AP Statistics Collection page.

Procedure

  • View the AP list.
    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > AP > AP Statistics Collection. The AP List page is displayed.



    2. Click the downward arrow next to Default to customize items to be displayed. Click All to display all items.

      Table 1-19  Statistics in the AP list

      Parameter

      Description

      AP ID

      ID of the AP.

      AP Name

      Name of the AP.

      MAC Address

      MAC address of the AP.

      AP Group

      AP group to which APs belong.

      IP Address

      IP address of the AP.

      AP Type

      Type of the AP.

      Version

      Software version of the AP.

      Serial Number

      SN of the AP.

      Status

      Working status of the AP.

      Central AP ID

      ID of the central AP.

      Central AP Name

      Name of the central AP.

      Central AP MAC Address

      MAC address of the central AP.

      STA Access Failure Ratio

      Failure ratio of STAs connect to a WLAN.

      Logout Ratio

      User logout ratio.

      STA Quantity

      Number of STAs associated with the AP.

      CPU Usage

      Current CPU usage of the AP.

      Memory Usage

      Current memory usage of the AP.

      Wired-side Throughput

      Throughput on the wired side.

      Login Period

      Time when the AP went online.

      Total Restart Count

      Total number of times the AP restarts.

      Poweroff Restart Count

      Number of times the AP restarts due to power failures.

  • Intelligently diagnose AP faults.

    Select an AP in AP List and click Intelligent Diagnosis to diagnose Mesh link faults, AP failures, and AP upgrade failures. The web platform will provide handling suggestions. For details, see Intelligent Diagnosis (S5720HI).

  • View login failure records.

    Click Login Failure Record in AP List. The Login Failure Record page is displayed, on which you can view all records about the STA login failure on the AP to locate the related fault causes.

  • View user logout records.

    Click Logout Record in AP List. The Logout Record page is displayed, on which you can view all STA offline records on the AP to locate the related fault causes.

  • Export the AP list.

    Click Export Info to export the AP list a .csv file.

AP Wired Interface Statistics Collection

Context

You can view statistics about the AP's wired interfaces on the AP Wired Interface Statistics Collection page.

Procedure

  • View the AP wired interface statistics list.
    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > AP > AP Wired Interface Statistics Collection. The AP Wired Interface Statistics List page is displayed.



    2. View statistics about the AP's wired interfaces in AP Wired Interface Statistics List. See Table 1-20 for descriptions of related parameters.

      Table 1-20  Parameters in the AP Wired Interface Statistics List page

      Parameter

      Description

      AP ID

      AP ID.

      AP Name

      AP name.

      MAC Address

      AP's MAC address.

      Interface Name

      Name of the AP's wired interface.

      Connection Status

      Connection status of the AP's wired interface.

      Negotiated Rate

      Negotiated rate of the AP's wired interface.

SSID

SSID

Context

You can view transmission statistics about a network identified by a service set identifier (SSID).

Procedure

  • View the SSID list.

    Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > SSID > SSID. The SSID List page is displayed.



    Table 1-21  Statistics in the SSID list

    Parameter

    Description

    SSID

    SSID of the network that STAs access.

    User Quantity

    Number of STAs that access the network identified by a specific SSID.

    AP Quantity

    Number of APs using a specific SSID.

    Valid Throughput

    Valid throughput of the SSID.

    Frame Quantity

    Number of frames

    Downlink Retransmission Ratio

    Retransmission ratio on a radio.

    Downlink Packet Loss Ratio

    Packet loss ratio on a radio.

  • View the status graph.

    Select an SSID in SSID List to view the user statistic graph and throughput statistic graph matching the SSID.

VAP

Context

You can view transmission statistics on each VAP through the VAP monitoring page.

Procedure

  • View the VAP list.

    Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > SSID > VAP. The VAP List page is displayed.



    Table 1-22  Statistics in the VAP list

    Parameter

    Description

    AP ID

    ID of the AP on which the VAP is created.

    AP Name

    Name of the AP on which the VAP is created.

    Radio ID

    Radio ID of the AP on which the VAP is created.

    WLAN ID

    VAP ID.

    SSID

    SSID of the VAP

    BSSID

    BSSID of the VAP.

    Authentication Mode

    Authentication mode of the VAP.

    Access User Quantity

    Number of access users on the VAP.

    Status

    Working status of the VAP.

  • View the status graph.

    Select a VAP in VAP List to view graphs of top 10 applications of traffic within the latest 60s and cumulative traffic at the lower part of the page.

    Click ... next to Application name in Query by Application to view details about traffic of other applications.

  • Clear application statistics on a VAP.

    Select the target VAP in VAP List and click Reset Application Statistics to clear application statistics on the VAP.

Mesh&WDS

Mesh Link Information

Context

You can view Mesh link information through the Mesh link information monitoring page.

Procedure

  • View the Mesh link list.

    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > Mesh&WDS > Mesh Link Information. You can view Mesh link list at the page that is displayed.

    Table 1-23  Statistics in the Mesh link list

    Parameter

    Description

    AP ID

    ID of the local AP.

    AP Name

    Name of the local AP.

    AP MAC

    MAC address of the local AP.

    AP Group

    AP group to which the local AP belongs.

    Radio ID

    Radio ID of a Mesh link.

    Channel

    Channel of a Mesh link.

    Coverage Distance

    Radio coverage distance of the local AP.

    Different radio coverage distance parameters correspond to different values of slottime (inter-frame interval), acktimeout (ACK timeout period), and ctstimeout (RTS/CTS timeout period). You must configure a proper coverage distance parameter based on AP distance; otherwise, WDS links cannot be established due to a packet timeout.

    Mesh Working Mode

    Mesh mode of the local AP.

    Peer AP ID

    ID of the peer AP.

    Peer MAC

    MAC address of the peer AP.

    Peer AP Name

    Name of the peer AP.

    Peer AP Status

    Working status of the peer AP.

    Current RSSI

    Current RSSI of a Mesh link.

    Maximum RSSI

    Maximum RSSI that a Mesh link ever had.

WDS Network Bridge Information

Context

You can view WDS link information through the WDS bridge information monitoring page.

Procedure

  • View WDS network bridge information.

    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > Mesh&WDS > WDS Network Bridge Information. The WDS Network Bridge List page is displayed.

    Table 1-24  Statistics in the WDS bridge list

    Parameter

    Description

    AP ID

    ID of the local AP.

    AP Name

    Name of the local AP.

    AP MAC

    MAC address of the local AP.

    AP Group

    AP group to which the local AP belongs.

    Radio ID

    Radio ID of a WDS link.

    Channel

    Channel of a WDS link.

    Coverage Distance

    Radio coverage distance of the local AP.

    Different radio coverage distance parameters correspond to different values of slottime (inter-frame interval), acktimeout (ACK timeout period), and ctstimeout (RTS/CTS timeout period). You must configure a proper coverage distance parameter based on AP distance; otherwise, WDS links cannot be established due to a packet timeout.

    Network Bridge Working Mode

    Bridge mode of the local AP.

    Peer AP ID

    ID of the peer AP.

    Peer MAC

    MAC address of the peer AP.

    Peer AP Name

    Name of the peer AP.

    Peer AP Status

    Working status of the peer AP.

    Current RSSI

    Current RSSI of a WDS link.

    Maximum RSSI

    Maximum RSSI that a WDS link ever had.

Potential Risk

Context

You can view and analyze statistics on exceptions of STAs and radios so that you can identify potential risks.

Procedure

  • View potential risks of STAs.

    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > Potential Risk. The Potential Risk page is displayed.



    2. Click the number next to a condition in the User area. The details about abnormal users are displayed in the Wireless User List at the lower part of the page.



    Table 1-25  Statistics on an abnormal user

    Parameter

    Description

    User Name

    Name of the user.

    MAC Address

    MAC address of the STA.

    AP ID

    ID of the AP that the STA associates with.

    AP Name

    Name of the AP that the STA associates with.

    AP Group

    AP group to which the AP belongs.

    IP Address

    IP address of the STA.

    SSID

    SSID that the STA associates with.

    Frequency Band

    Frequency band used by the STA to associate with the AP.

    STA HT Mode

    Current radio mode of the STA.

    Authentication Mode

    Authentication mode used by the STA to go online.

    VLAN

    VLAN for data services of the STA.

    RSSI

    Strength of RF signals received by the STA.

    Negotiation Rate

    Negotiated rate of the STA.

    Throughput

    Valid throughput of the STA.

    SNR

    Uplink SNR of the STA.

    Channel

    Channel used by the STA.

    Channel Usage

    Channel usage for service data of the STA.

    Frame Quantity

    Number of frames of service data of the STA.

    Downlink Retransmission Ratio

    Retransmission ratio of service data of the STA.

    Downlink Packet Loss Ratio

    Packet loss ratio of service data of the STA.

  • Intelligently diagnose STA access faults.

    Select a user in Wireless User List at the lower part of the page and click Intelligent Diagnosis to diagnose login failures, disconnection, and slow service rate or unavailable service transmission. The web platform will provide handling suggestions. For details, see Intelligent Diagnosis (S5720HI).

  • View potential risks of radios.

    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > Potential Risk. The Potential Risk page is displayed.
    2. Click the number next to a condition in the Radio area. The details about abnormal radios are displayed in Radio List at the lower part of the page.



    Table 1-26  Statistics on an abnormal radio

    Parameter

    Description

    AP ID

    ID of the AP.

    AP Name

    Name of the AP.

    Radio ID

    Radio ID of the AP.

    Frequency Band

    Frequency band on which a radio works.

    STA HT Mode

    Radio type.

    Status

    Radio status.

    Working Mode

    Radio working mode.

    Channel

    Working channel of a radio.

    Frequency Bandwidth

    Channel bandwidth of a radio.

    EIRP/Max EIRP(dBm)

    Radio power configured/Maximum power in compliance with local laws and regulations.

    Access STA

    Number of STAs associated with a radio.

    Noise Strength

    Radio noise level.

    Channel Usage

    Channel usage of a radio.

    Rate

    Radio rate.

    Total Frame Quantity

    Total number of frames received and sent by a radio.

    Downlink Retransmission Ratio

    Retransmission ratio on a radio.

    Downlink Packet Loss Ratio

    Packet loss ratio on a radio.

  • Intelligently diagnose radio faults.

    Select a user or radio to diagnose Mesh link faults, AP failures, and AP upgrade failures. The web platform will provide handling suggestions. For details, see Intelligent Diagnosis (S5720HI).

  • Implement spectrum analysis.

    Select a radio from Radio List and click Spectrum Analysis. The spectrum charts of the radio are displayed. For details, see Spectrum Analysis.

WIDS

Procedure

  • View device detection results.
    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > WIDS. The WIDS page is displayed.
    2. View device detection results in Device Detection. Table 1-27 describes the device detection parameters.



      Table 1-27  Device detection parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Unauthorized device

      Number of unauthorized devices.

      Interference source

      Number of interference sources.

      Authorized device

      Number of authorized devices.

      Countermeasure list

      Number of countered devices.

    3. Click a number in the detection result list.

      The detected device information is displayed in Device Detection Information. Table 1-28 describes the parameters.



      Table 1-28  Device detection parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      MAC Address

      MAC address of the device.

      Device Model

      -

      SSID

      SSID of the device.

      Channel

      Channel used by the device.

      Number of Detected APs

      Number of APs that detect the device.

      Discovered At

      Time when the device is detected.

    4. Select a device in the detected device list and click View Discovered APs. Information about the APs that detect the device is displayed. Table 1-29 describes the parameters.



      Table 1-29  Parameters of APs that detect the device

      Parameter

      Description

      AP ID

      ID of the AP that detects the device.

      AP Name

      Name of the AP that detects the device.

      MAC Address

      MAC address of the AP that detects the device.

      AP Group

      AP group to which the AP that detects the device belongs.

      IP Address

      IP address of the AP that detects the device.

      RSSI of Detected Device

      RSSI of the detected device.

    5. In the list of APs that detect the device, select an AP and click View Whitelist to check the WIDS whitelist of the AP.
  • Clear device detection statistics.
    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > WIDS. The WIDS page is displayed.
    2. Click Clear in Device Detection.
  • View attack detection results.
    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > WIDS. The WIDS page is displayed.
    2. View attack detection results in Attack Detection. Table 1-30 describes the attack detection parameters.



      Table 1-30  Attack detection parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Flood attack

      Number of flood attacks, including the following types of attacks:

      • Flood attack of probe request frames
      • Flood attack of authentication request frames
      • Flood attack of deauthentication request frames
      • Flood attack of association request frames
      • Flood attack of disassociation request frames
      • Flood attack of reassociation request frames
      • Flood attack of action frames
      • Flood attack of EAPOL authentication request frames
      • Flood attack of EAPOL offline frames

      Weak IV attack

      Number of weak IV attacks.

      Spoofing attack

      Number of spoofing attacks, including the following types of attacks:

      • Attack of spoofing deauthentication frames
      • Attack of spoofing disassociation frames
      • Other types of spoofing frames

      Brute force cracking

      Number of brute force cracking attacks, including the following types of attacks:

      • Brute force cracking attack in WEP-SK authentication mode
      • Brute force cracking attack in WPA-PSK authentication mode
      • Brute force cracking attack in WPA2-PSK authentication mode
      • Brute force cracking attack in WAPI authentication mode

    3. Click a number in the attack detection result list to view details. Table 1-31 describes the parameters.



      Table 1-31  Attack detection parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      MAC Address

      MAC address of the attacking device.

      Channel

      Channel used by the attacking device.

      RSSI

      RSSI of the attacking device.

      Monitor AP

      Name of the AP that detects attacks.

      First DetectionTime

      Time when attacks are detected.

      NOTE:

      By default, information about the active attacks is displayed. You can click Historical Attack to check historical attack detection records.

    4. Click View Dynamic Blacklist. The View Dynamic Blacklist page is displayed. Table 1-32 describes the dynamic blacklist parameters.



      Table 1-32  Dynamic blacklist parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      MAC Address

      MAC address of the attacking device.

      Attack Type

      Type of attacks detected.

      Monitor AP

      Name of the AP that detects attacks.

  • Clear attack detection statistics.
    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > WIDS. The WIDS page is displayed.
    2. Click Clear in Attack Detection.

Spectrum Analysis

Context

The AP3010DN-AGN and AP9330DN do not support this function.

On the Spectrum Analysis page, you can enable or disable the spectrum analysis function on a radio and view spectrum charts. The Spectrum Analysis page can display eight types of spectrum charts, including Swept Spectrogram, Active Devices, Real-Time FFT, Channel Metrics, Channel Quality Trend, FFT Duty Cycle, Interference Power, and Quality Spectrogram.

Table 1-33  Description of spectrum charts

Type

Icon

Description

Swept Spectrogram

Swept Spectrogram displays RSSI distribution of one or all channels within valid collection intervals.

It can reflect the spectrum characteristics of a specific device. For example, frequency modulation (FM) devices feature instantaneous frequency deviation, such as cordless phones, Bluetooth devices, and wireless game controllers.

On Swept Spectrogram, the horizontal coordinate indicates the channel frequencies, and the vertical coordinate indicates the time (with the latest time displayed at the bottom). The color brightness indicates the RSSI strength. The colors blue, green, cyan, yellow, and red indicate the RSSI strength in ascending order.

Active Devices

Active Devices displays non-Wi-Fi interference devices identified by the AP.

Currently, the AP can identify baby monitors, Bluetooth devices, digital cordless phones (at 2.4 GHz frequency band only), wireless audio transmitters, wireless game controllers, and microwave ovens. Due to spectrum differences of individual APs, some of these non-Wi-Fi devices may not be identified.

Active Devices can be displayed as a pie chart (default) or table. You can click and to switch between the two display modes.

Active Devices provides the following information:
  • Table: type of the detected non-Wi-Fi device, RSSI, duty cycle, center frequency, time at which the non-Wi-Fi device is detected, frequency bandwidth, time at which the non-Wi-Fi device is activated, and channels affected by the non-Wi-Fi device
  • Pie chart: type of the detected non-Wi-Fi device and the percentage

Real-Time FFT

Real-Time FFT displays the RSSI values of one or all channels within valid collection intervals.

On Real-Time FFT, the horizontal coordinate indicates the channel frequencies, and the vertical coordinate indicates the RSSI values.

Channel Metrics

Channel Metrics can be displayed as a bar chart (default) or table. You can click and to switch between the two display modes.

Channel Metrics provides the following information:
  • Table: channel at which the non-Wi-Fi device is detected, number of authorized APs, number of rogue APs, number of non-Wi-Fi devices, center frequency, channel usage, maximum AP power, and maximum interference
  • Bar chart: channel usage of Wi-Fi and non-Wi-Fi devices (On the bar chart, the horizontal coordinate indicates the channels, and the vertical coordinate indicates the channel usage.)

Channel Quality Trend

Channel Quality Trend displays the quality trends of channels. Channel quality = 1 - Sum of duty cycle of each interference source

On Channel Quality Trend, the horizontal coordinate indicates the time, and the vertical coordinate indicates the channel quality. Channels are distinguished by the color.

FFT Duty Cycle

FFT Duty Cycle displays duty cycle information about each frequency within a valid collection interval (60s).

Duty cycle indicates the ratio of the time segment t during which the RSSI value is 20 dB higher than the predefined noise value to the entire collection interval T.

On FFT Duty Cycle, the horizontal coordinate indicates frequencies, and the vertical coordinate indicates the duty cycle.

Interference Power

Interference Power displays the real-time interference strength of channels.

On Interference Power, the horizontal coordinate indicates channels, and the vertical coordinate indicates the interference signal strength. Interference types are distinguished by the color.

Quality Spectrogram

Quality Spectrogram displays the quality of one or all channels within valid collection intervals. Channel quality = 1 - Sum of duty cycle of each interference source

On Quality Spectrogram, the horizontal coordinate indicates the channel frequencies, and the vertical coordinate indicates the time (with the latest time displayed at the bottom). The color brightness indicates the channel quality. The colors blue, green, cyan, yellow, and red indicate the channel quality in ascending order.

Procedure

  • Enable spectrum analysis on a radio and view spectrum charts.

    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > Spectrum Analysis. The Radio List page is displayed.



      Table 1-34  Parameters on the Radio List page

      Parameter

      Description

      AP Name

      AP name.

      AP ID

      AP ID.

      Radio ID

      Radio ID of an AP.

      Working Mode

      Working mode of a radio.

      Frequency Band

      Frequency band on which a radio works.

      STA HT Mode

      Radio type.

      Channel

      Working channel of a radio.

      Frequency Bandwidth

      Channel bandwidth of a radio.

      EIRP/Max EIRP

      Radio power configured/Maximum power in compliance with local laws and regulations.

      Downlink Packet Loss Ratio

      Packet loss ratio on a radio.

      Status

      Whether to enable the spectrum analysis function on a radio.

      Operation

      Radio spectrum chart display by clicking View Drawing.

    2. Select an AP and click Start.

    3. In the AP radio list, click View Drawing in the Operation column. The related spectrum charts are displayed. A maximum of four spectrum charts can be displayed.



    4. Select your desired spectrum chart from the drop-down list box in the upper left corner. Particularly, you can select Lower or Upper on the spectrum charts of a 5G radio to view spectrum charts of different frequencies.

    5. On the Swept Spectrogram chart, click Modify, set the signal strength scope at both ends of the color bar, and click Apply.
    6. On the Active Devices chart, click . The detected non-Wi-Fi devices are displayed in a list. Click . The detected non-Wi-Fi devices are displayed in a pie chart.



      Table 1-35  Parameters in the non-Wi-Fi device list

      Parameter

      Description

      Device Type

      Type of the detected non-Wi-Fi device.

      Signal

      RSSI of the non-Wi-Fi device.

      Duty Cycle

      Duty cycle of the non-Wi-Fi device.

      First Time

      Time when the non-Wi-Fi device is detected.

      Activity Duration

      Time when the non-Wi-Fi device is activated.

      Channel Affected

      Channel interfered by the non-Wi-Fi device.

      Center Frequency

      Center frequency of the non-Wi-Fi device.

      Bandwidth

      Bandwidth of the non-Wi-Fi device.

  • Disable spectrum analysis on a radio.

    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > Spectrum Analysis. The Radio List page is displayed.
    2. Select an AP and click Stop.

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