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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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AP Maintenance (S5720HI)

AP Maintenance (S5720HI)

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.

AP Upgrade

Upgrade Configuration

Context

You can upgrade a large number of APs on your network in batches on the Upgrade Configuration page.

Before starting a batch AP upgrade, upgrade an AP to check whether the target version is normal, ensuring success of the subsequent batch upgrade.

NOTE:
The batch AP upgrade and single AP upgrade functions on the web system apply only to online APs.

Procedure

  • Set the upgrade mode.
    1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > AP Upgrade > Upgrade Configuration. The Upgrade Configuration page is displayed.



    2. Set parameters on the Upgrade Configuration page. The AP upgrade mode can be AC, FTP, or SFTP. Table 1-178 describes the parameters you need to set in the three upgrade modes.
    3. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

      NOTE:
      The parameter settings in Upgrade Mode take effect for both batch AP upgrade and single AP upgrade.
      Table 1-178  Parameters for upgrade mode

      Parameter

      Description

      Upgrade mode

      AP upgrade mode.

      • AC: The upgrade system software must be uploaded to the AC in advance. Upgrading APs in batches takes a long time. To shorten the service interruption time, you are advised to upgrade APs in FTP or SFTP mode.
      • FTP: The upgrade system software must be uploaded to the FTP server in advance, and APs can communicate with the FTP server.
      • SFTP: The upgrade system software must be uploaded to the SFTP server in advance, and APs can communicate with the SFTP server.
      NOTE:
      If a large number of APs need to be upgraded, FTP or SFTP is recommended.

      Upload upgrade file

      AP upgrade file to be uploaded.

      Server IP

      IP address of the FTP server or SFTP server for storing the upgrade system software.

      FTP user name

      User name for logging in to the FTP server.

      FTP password

      Password for logging in to the FTP server.

      SFTP user name

      User name for logging in to the SFTP server.

      SFTP password

      Password for logging in to the SFTP server.

  • Upgrade APs in batches.
    1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > AP Upgrade > Upgrade Configuration. The Upgrade Configuration page is displayed.
    2. In AP Upgrade Configuration List, click Create to set parameters for upgrading APs in batches. Table 1-179 describes the parameters for upgrading APs in batches.



      Table 1-179  Parameters for upgrading APs in batches

      Parameter

      Description

      AP type

      Type of APs to be upgraded.

      Upgrade file

      AP upgrade file.

      AP group

      AP group to which the APs to be upgraded belong.

    3. Click OK.
    4. Select AP type, AP group, and Upgrade mode, and click Apply. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK. The upgrade starts.
  • Delete batch AP upgrade configurations.
    1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > AP Upgrade > Upgrade Configuration. The Upgrade Configuration page is displayed.
    2. Under AP Upgrade Configuration List, select a batch AP upgrade configuration item and click Delete. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK. The batch AP upgrade configuration is deleted.
  • Upgrade a single AP.
    1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > AP Upgrade > Upgrade Configuration. The Upgrade Configuration page is displayed.
    2. In Select AP of AP Upgrade, select the AP to be upgraded. Select the upgrade file in Upgrade file and click Upgrade. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
Upgrade Status

Context

By checking AP upgrade status, you can know the AP upgrade progress.

Procedure

  1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > AP Upgrade > Upgrade Status. The Upgrade Status page is displayed.



  2. Check AP upgrade status on the Upgrade Status page. Table 1-180 describes the AP upgrade status parameters.

    Table 1-180  Upgrade status parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    AP ID

    AP ID.

    AP Name

    AP name.

    AP MAC

    MAC address of an AP.

    Group Name

    AP group to which an AP belongs.

    Type

    AP type.

    Upgrade Status

    Upgrade status of an AP.

  3. Select the AP to be restarted and click Restart. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

AP Restart

Procedure

  • Restart an AP.
    1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > AP Restart. The AP Restart page is displayed.



    2. Select the AP that you want to restart from the AP list and click Restart. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK to restart the AP.

      To restart all the APs in the AP list, click Restart All. For descriptions about the AP parameters, see Table 1-181.

      Table 1-181  Descriptions about the AP parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      AP ID

      ID of the AP.

      AP Name

      Name of the AP.

      MAC Address

      MAC address of the AP.

      Group Name

      Name of the group that the AP belongs to.

      IP Address

      IP address of the AP.

      Type

      Type of the AP.

      STA Quantity

      Number of STAs connected to the AP.

      Login Period

      Online duration of the AP.

      Status

      Status of the AP.

      Version

      Version of the AP.

      Serial Number

      Sequence number (SN) of the AP.

Log

Procedure

  • View logs.
    1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > Log. The Log page is displayed.



    2. View logs in the list.

      The logs containing the keyword are displayed. Table 1-182 describes the log parameters.

      Table 1-182  Log parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      AP ID

      ID of the AP.

      AP Name

      Name of the AP.

      AP MAC

      MAC address of the AP.

      Group Name

      Name of the group that the AP belongs to.

      IP Address

      IP address of the AP.

      Type

      Type of the AP.

      Operation

      Operation that can be performed.

  • Export logs.
    1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > Log. The Log page is displayed.
    2. Click Export Logs.
    3. In the View Log File dialog box that is displayed, select the logs that you want to export and click OK.



      If the operation is successful, the logs in the log buffer are saved to the log file.

Account

Context

Unauthorized users may use the default user name and password to log in to APs, causing security risks. To prevent this problem, use Account menu to change the user name and password used to log in to APs.

The default user name and password of an AP are admin and admin@huawei.com, respectively.

Procedure

  • Modify AP account information.
    1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > Account. The Account page is displayed.
    2. Enter the new user name and password in Modify AP Account. Table 1-183 describes the parameters for modifying AP account information.



      Table 1-183  Parameters for modifying AP account information

      Parameter

      Description

      New user name

      The value is a string of 4 to 31 characters. It can contain letters, underscores, and digits, and must start with a letter.

      New password

      The value is a string of 8 to 32 case-sensitive characters. It must contain at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, and one digit, and cannot contain any question mark (?).

    3. Click Apply.

      The AP user name field then displays the new user name.

  • Restore the default AP account settings.
    1. Choose Maintenance > AP Maintenance > Account. The Account page is displayed.
    2. Click Restore Default Settings.
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