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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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Radio Management

Radio Management

Regulatory Domain Profile

Context

A regulatory domain profile is used to configure the country code, and calibration channel and bandwidth. The configuration in the regulatory domain profile takes effect on APs using the profile.

Procedure

  • Create a regulatory domain profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > Regulatory Domain Profile. The Regulatory Domain Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click Create. The Create Regulatory Domain Profile page is displayed.
    3. Enter the name of the new regulatory domain profile in Profile name.

      To copy all parameters from another profile to the new profile, select the name of the profile in Copy parameters from other profiles. If None is selected, parameters are not copied from another profile.

    4. Click OK. The parameter setting page of the new regulatory domain profile is displayed.
    5. Set parameters for creating a regulatory domain profile. Table 1-191 describes the parameters for creating a regulatory domain profile.



      Table 1-191  Parameters for creating a regulatory domain profile

      Parameter

      Description

      Regulatory Domain Profile Name of the regulatory domain profile, which cannot be modified.
      Country code AC's country code.
      2.4GHz DCA Channel Set 2.4 GHz channel set.
      5GHz DCA Channel Set 5 GHz channel set.
      Frequency bandwidth Channel bandwidth.

    6. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Modify a regulatory domain profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > Regulatory Domain Profile. The Regulatory Domain Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click the name of the regulatory domain profile that you want to modify. The Regulatory Domain Profile page is displayed.
    3. Set parameters for modifying a regulatory domain profile. Table 1-191 describes the parameters for modifying a regulatory domain profile.
    4. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Delete a regulatory domain profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > Regulatory Domain Profile. The Regulatory Domain Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile that you want to delete and click Delete. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Display the profile reference relationship.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > Regulatory Domain Profile. The Regulatory Domain Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile of which you want to display the reference relationship and click Display Reference Relationship. The system displays the types and names of the objects that reference the profile.

      NOTE:

      Click Hide Reference Relationship. The system hides the displayed results.

RRM Profile

Context

WLAN technology uses radio signals (such as 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz radio waves) as transmission medium. Radio waves will attenuate when they are transmitted over air, degrading service quality for wireless users. Radio resource management enables a WLAN to adapt to changes in the radio environment by dynamically adjusting radio resources. This improves service quality for wireless users.

Procedure

  • Create an RRM profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > RRM Profile. The RRM Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click Create. The Create RRM Profile page is displayed.
    3. Enter the name of the new RRM profile in Profile name.

      To copy all parameters from another profile to the new profile, select the name of the profile in Copy parameters from other profiles. If None is selected, parameters are not copied from another profile.

    4. Click OK. The parameter setting page of the new RRM profile is displayed.
    5. Set parameters for creating an RRM profile. Table 1-192 describes the parameters for creating an RRM profile.



      Table 1-192  Parameters for creating an RRM profile

      Parameter

      Description

      RRM Profile

      Name of the RRM profile, which cannot be modified.

      Automatic channel optimization

      Whether to enable automatic channel selection.

      Automatic power optimization

      Whether to enable automatic transmit power selection.

      Packet loss ratio threshold triggering partial calibration

      Packet loss ratio threshold for triggering channel or power adjustment.

      Airtime fair scheduling

      Whether to enable airtime fair scheduling.

      Dynamic EDCA

      Whether to enable dynamic EDCA.

      UAC
      UAC policy

      User CAC policy.

      New user count threshold

      CAC threshold for new users based on the user quantity.

      Roaming user count threshold

      CAC threshold for roaming users based on the user quantity.

      New user channel usage threshold

      CAC threshold for new users based on the channel usage.

      Roaming user channel usage threshold

      CAC threshold for roaming users based on the channel usage.

      Hide SSID when user count threshold is exceeded

      Whether to enable an AP to automatically hide its SSID when the number of new users reaches the CAC threshold.

      Restrict access of weak-signal STAs

      Whether to restrict access from weak-signal STAs.

      Threshold for rejecting access of weak-signal STAs

      Threshold for rejecting access from weak-signal STAs.

      Band Steering
      Start threshold for load balancing between frequencies

      Start threshold for load balancing between two frequencies on the AP that has band steering enabled.

      Load difference threshold for load balancing between frequencies

      Load difference threshold for load balancing between two frequencies on the AP that has band steering enabled.

      Maximum number of rejections

      Maximum number of times an AP rejects association requests of a STA through band steering.

      Probe count for aging STA frequency band

      Number of times an AP continuously receives probe frames from the same frequency band.

      Dynamic Load Balancing
      Load balancing Whether to enable load balancing.
      Maximum number of rejections

      Maximum number of times an AP rejects association requests of a STA for dynamic load balancing.

      Start threshold for load balancing(STA count)

      Start threshold for dynamic load balancing.

      Load difference threshold for load balancing

      Load difference threshold for dynamic load balancing.

      Smart Roaming
      Smart roaming Whether to enable smart roaming.
      Check roaming threshold type Trigger mode of smart roaming, which can be check SNR or check rate.
      SNR threshold

      SNR-based roaming threshold.

      Rate percentage threshold

      Rate-based roaming threshold.

      Upper threshold of roaming SNR difference

      Upper threshold for triggering STA roaming.

      Lower threshold of roaming SNR difference

      Lower threshold for triggering STA roaming.

      SNR detection interval

      SNR detection interval of smart roaming STAs.

      Aging time of "unable to roam" record

      Aging time of "unable to roam" record of smart roaming STAs.

    6. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Modify an RRM profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > RRM Profile. The RRM Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click the name of the RRM profile that you want to modify. The RRM Profile page is displayed.
    3. Modify parameters in the RRM profile. Table 1-192 describes the parameters for modifying an RRM profile.
    4. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Delete an RRM profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > RRM Profile. The RRM Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile that you want to delete and click Delete. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Display the profile reference relationship.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > RRM Profile. The RRM Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile of which you want to display the reference relationship and click Display Reference Relationship. The system displays the types and names of the objects that reference the profile.

      NOTE:

      Click Hide Reference Relationship. The system hides the displayed results.

Air Scan Profile

Context

After an air scan profile is created and bound to a radio profile of an AP, the AP periodically scans surrounding radio signals and reports the collected information to an AC or server. The information is used for radio calibration, spectrum analysis, WLAN location, or WIDS data analysis.

Procedure

  • Create an air scan profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > Air Scan Profile. The Air Scan Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click Create. The Create Air Scan Profile page is displayed.
    3. Enter the name of the new air scan profile in Profile name.

      To copy all parameters from another profile to the new profile, select the name of the profile in Copy parameters from other profiles. If None is selected, parameters are not copied from another profile.

    4. Click OK. The parameter setting page of the new air scan profile is displayed.
    5. Set parameters for creating an air scan profile. Table 1-193 describes the parameters for creating an air scan profile.



      Table 1-193  Parameters for creating an air scan profile

      Parameter

      Description

      Air Scan Profile

      Name of the air scan profile, which cannot be modified.

      Scanning
      Whether scanning is enabled:
      • ON: enabled
      • OFF: disabled
      Channel scanning interval

      Channel scanning interval.

      Channel scanning duration

      Channel scanning duration.

      Probe channel set

      Air scan channel set.

    6. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Modify an air scan profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > Air Scan Profile. The Air Scan Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click the name of the air scan profile that you want to modify. The Air Scan Profile page is displayed.
    3. Set parameters for modifying an air scan profile. Table 1-193 describes the parameters for modifying an air scan profile.
    4. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Delete an air scan profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > Air Scan Profile. The Air Scan Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile that you want to delete and click Delete. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Display the profile reference relationship.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > Air Scan Profile. The Air Scan Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile of which you want to display the reference relationship and click Display Reference Relationship. The system displays the types and names of the objects that reference the profile.

      NOTE:

      Click Hide Reference Relationship. The system hides the displayed results.

2G Radio Profile

Context

A 2G radio profile is used to configure and optimize the 2G radio of an AP, but does not take effect on the 5G radio. Create a proper radio profile and bind it to an AP specific profile or AP group. In this way, the AP provides better radio signal transmit and receive capabilities.

Procedure

  • Create a 2G radio profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 2G Radio Profile. The 2G Radio Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click Create. The Create 2G Radio Profile page is displayed.
    3. Enter the name of the new 2G radio profile in Profile name.

      To copy all parameters from another profile to the new profile, select the name of the profile in Copy parameters from other profiles. If None is selected, parameters are not copied from another profile.

    4. Click OK. The parameter setting page of the new 2G radio profile is displayed.
    5. Set parameters for the 2G radio profile. Table 1-194 describes the parameters for creating a 2G radio profile.

      Figure 1-246  2G Radio Profile

      Figure 1-247  802.11n

      Figure 1-248  802.11bg Rate Set

      Figure 1-249  Interference Detection

      Figure 1-250  WMM

      Table 1-194  Parameters for creating a 2G radio profile

      Parameter

      Description

      2G Radio Profile

      Name of the 2G radio profile, which cannot be modified.

      Radio type

      Radio type.

      Automatically disable radio

      Whether to enable the automatic shutdown function of a radio.

      Automatic disabling time

      Start time and end time during which a VAP is disabled.

      Meanings of Wi-Fi indicator status
      Parameter reflected by the blinking frequency of the Wireless indicator.
      • Signal strength: The blinking frequency of the Wireless indicator on an AP indicates the signal strength. When the Wireless indicator blinks fast, the signal strength is strong.
      • Service traffic: The blinking frequency of the Wireless indicator on an AP indicates the service traffic volume. When the Wireless indicator blinks fast, the service traffic volume is high.
      Channel switching announcement

      Whether channel switching announcement is enabled.

      Channel switching announcement mode
      Channel switching announcement mode, which can be:
      • Stop traffic transmission: stops data transmission from STAs on the current channel during channel switching.
      • Proceed traffic transmission: continues data transmission on the current channel during channel switching.
      Packet-based power control

      Whether per-packet power control is enabled.

      Packet fragmentation threshold

      Package length threshold for fragmentation.

      RTS-CTS mode
      RTS/CTS operation mode, which can be:
      • Cts-to-self: When an AP needs to send data to STAs, it sends a CTS packet with its IP address as the source and destination addresses. Then none of the devices within the AP's coverage area sends data within a specified period. In cts-to-self mode, an AP only needs to send a CTS packet to avoid channel conflicts in most scenarios. However, if there is a device within the STA's coverage area but not within the AP's coverage area, a channel conflict may still occur.
      • Rts-cts: When an AP needs to send data to a STA, the AP sends an RTS packet to all STAs associated with it. After receiving the RTS packet, none of the devices within the AP's coverage area sends data within a specified period. After the destination STA receives the RTS packet, it sends a CTS packet. After receiving the CTS packet, none of the devices within the STA's coverage area sends data within a specified period. Using the rts-cts mode to avoid conflicts requires two packets (RTS and CTS packets), increasing packet overhead.
      • Disable: disables RTS-CTS.
      RTS-CTS threshold

      RTS/CTS threshold.

      Support short preamble

      Whether short preamble is supported.

      Beacon interval

      Interval at which an AP sends Beacon frames.

      Utmost power

      Whether a radio sends packets at the maximum power.

      Only radios of the AD9430DN-24 (including the mapping RUs), AD9430DN-12 (including the mapping RUs), AP2030DN, AP4030DN, AP4130DN, AP5030DN, AP5130DN, AP7030DE, AP8030DN, AP8130DN, AP9131DN, AP9132DN and AP9330DN can send packets at maximum power.

      802.11n
      GI mode
      Guard interval mode.
      • Short: short guard interval
      • Normal: normal guard interval
      Beamforming

      Whether beamforming is enabled.

      HT AMPDU

      Whether MPDU aggregation is enabled.

      Index of maximum length of HT AMPDUs
      Maximum length of an A-MPDU. The value 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.
      802.11bg Rate Set
      Basic rate (Mbps)

      Basic rate set of 802.11bg.

      Supported rate (Mbps)

      Supported rate set of 802.11bg.

      Multicast rate (Mbps)

      Multicast rate of wireless packets on the 2.4 GHz radio.

      Interference Detection
      Interference detection

      Whether interference detection is enabled.

      AP co-channel interference alarm threshold (%)

      Alarm threshold for co-channel interference.

      AP adjacent-channel interference alarm threshold (%)

      Alarm threshold for adjacent-channel interference.

      STA interference alarm threshold

      Alarm threshold for STA interference.

      WMM
      WMM

      Whether WMM is enabled.

      Restrict access of non-WMM terminals

      Whether to allow WMM-incapable STAs to connect to a WMM-enabled AP.

      Area
      Provides different preset values for the EDCA parameters in different scenarios. You can directly select a specific scenario or make an adjustment to the preset values.
      • Default: specifies the default of an EDCA parameter.
      • Voice: indicates that voice packets preempt a channel.
      • Voice and video: indicates that voice and video packets preempt a channel.
      Packet Type

      Type of packets.

      AIFSN

      Arbitration inter frame spacing number (AIFSN), which determines the channel idle time.

      In the distributed coordination function (DCF) protocol, the DCF inter frame space (DIFS) has a fixed value. WMM provides different DIFS values for different ACs. A larger AIFSN value indicates that the STA must wait for a longer time and has a lower priority.

      ECWmin

      Exponent form of the minimum contention window. ECWmin and ECWmax determine the average backoff time. A larger value indicates a longer average backoff time and a lower priority.

      ECWmax

      Exponent form of the maximum contention window. ECWmax and ECWmin determine the average backoff time. A larger value indicates a longer average backoff time and a lower priority.

      TXOPLimit

      Transmission opportunity limit (TXOPLimit). It determines the maximum duration in which an STA can occupy a channel. A larger value indicates a longer duration. If the TXOPLimit value is 0, the STA can send only one data frame every time it preempts a channel.

      ACK Policy

      ACK policy, which includes:

      • Reply: During 802.11 packet exchange, the receiver sends an ACK packet to confirm the receiving of a packet from the sender.

      • No reply: The receiver sends no ACK packet to confirm the receiving of a packet from the sender. It applies to scenarios where communication quality is good and interference is low.

    6. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Modify a 2G radio profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 2G Radio Profile. The 2G Radio Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click the name of the 2G radio profile that you want to modify. The 2G Radio Profile page is displayed.
    3. Modify parameters for the 2G radio profile. For the parameter description, see Table 1-194.
    4. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Delete a 2G radio profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 2G Radio Profile. The 2G Radio Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile that you want to delete and click Delete. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Display the profile reference relationship.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 2G Radio Profile. The 2G Radio Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile of which you want to display the reference relationship and click Display Reference Relationship. The system displays the types and names of the objects that reference the profile.

      NOTE:

      Click Hide Reference Relationship. The system hides the displayed results.

  • Configure a profile referenced in the 2G radio profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 2G Radio Profile. The 2G Radio Profile List page is displayed. Click to the left of the 2G Radio Profile in the navigation tree to expand the 2G radio profile list. Click to the left of the 2G radio profile name to view the names of the profiles referenced in the 2G radio profile.
    2. Click any profile referenced by the 2G radio profile. The configuration page of the referenced profile is displayed on the right. You can select another profile from the drop-down list and set the profile parameters. For descriptions of the profile parameters, see its configuration page.
    3. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

5G Radio Profile

Context

A 5G radio profile is used to configure and optimize the 5G radio of an AP, but does not take effect on the 2G radio. Create a proper radio profile and bind it to an AP specific profile or AP group. In this way, the AP provides better radio signal transmit and receive capabilities.

Procedure

  • Create a 5G radio profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 5G Radio Profile. The 5G Radio Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click Create. The Create 5G Radio Profile page is displayed.
    3. Enter the name of the new 5G radio profile in Profile name.

      To copy all parameters from another profile to the new profile, select the name of the profile in Copy parameters from other profiles. If None is selected, parameters are not copied from another profile.

    4. Click OK. The parameter setting page of the new 5G radio profile is displayed.
    5. Set parameters for the 5G radio profile. Table 1-195 describes the parameters for creating a 5G radio profile.

      Figure 1-251  5G Radio Profile

      Figure 1-252  802.11a Rate Set

      Figure 1-253  802.11ac

      Figure 1-254  Interference Detection

      Figure 1-255  WMM

      Table 1-195  Parameters for creating a 5G radio profile

      Parameter

      Description

      5G Radio Profile

      Name of the 5G radio profile, which cannot be modified.

      Radio type

      Radio type.

      Automatically disable radio

      Whether to enable the automatic shutdown function of a radio.

      Automatic disabling time

      Start time and end time during which a VAP is disabled.

      Meanings of Wi-Fi indicator status
      Parameter reflected by the blinking frequency of the Wireless indicator.
      • Signal strength: The blinking frequency of the Wireless indicator on an AP indicates the signal strength. When the Wireless indicator blinks fast, the signal strength is strong.
      • Service traffic: The blinking frequency of the Wireless indicator on an AP indicates the service traffic volume. When the Wireless indicator blinks fast, the service traffic volume is high.
      Channel switching announcement

      Whether channel switching announcement is enabled.

      Channel switching announcement mode
      Channel switching announcement mode.
      • Stop traffic transmission: stops data transmission from STAs on the current channel during channel switching.
      • Proceed traffic transmission: continues data transmission on the current channel during channel switching.
      Packet-based power control

      Whether per-packet power control is enabled.

      Packet fragmentation threshold

      Package length threshold for fragmentation.

      RTS-CTS mode
      RTS/CTS operation mode, which can be:
      • Cts-to-self: When an AP needs to send data to STAs, it sends a CTS packet with its IP address as the source and destination addresses. Then none of the devices within the AP's coverage area sends data within a specified period. In cts-to-self mode, an AP only needs to send a CTS packet to avoid channel conflicts in most scenarios. However, if there is a device within the STA's coverage area but not within the AP's coverage area, a channel conflict may still occur.
      • Rts-cts: When an AP needs to send data to a STA, the AP sends an RTS packet to all STAs associated with it. After receiving the RTS packet, none of the devices within the AP's coverage area sends data within a specified period. After the destination STA receives the RTS packet, it sends a CTS packet. After receiving the CTS packet, none of the devices within the STA's coverage area sends data within a specified period. Using the rts-cts mode to avoid conflicts requires two packets (RTS and CTS packets), increasing packet overhead.
      • Disable: disables RTS-CTS.
      RTS-CTS threshold

      RTS/CTS threshold.

      Beacon interval

      Interval at which an AP sends Beacon frames.

      GI mode
      Guard interval mode.
      • Short: short guard interval
      • Normal: normal guard interval
      Beamforming

      Whether beamforming is enabled.

      HT AMPDU

      Whether MPDU aggregation is enabled.

      Index of maximum length of HT AMPDUs
      Maximum length of an A-MPDU. The value 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.
      Index of maximum length of VHT AMPDUs
      Maximum length of an A-MPDU. The value ranges from 0 to 7.
      • 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.
      • 4: indicates that the maximum length of the A-MPDU is 131071 bytes.
      • 5: indicates that the maximum length of the A-MPDU is 262143 bytes.
      • 6: indicates that the maximum length of the A-MPDU is 524287 bytes.
      • 7: indicates that the maximum length of the A-MPDU is 1048575 bytes.

      Only the AD9430DN-24 (including the mapping RUs), AD9430DN-12 (including the mapping RUs), AP2030DN, AP4030DN, AP4130DN, AP5030DN, AP5130DN, AP7030DE, AP8030DN, AP8130DN, AP9131DN, AP9132DN and AP9330DN supports this parameter.

      VHT AMSDU

      Indicates that 802.11 packets are sent in A-MSDU aggregation mode.

      Only the AD9430DN-24 (including the mapping RUs), AD9430DN-12 (including the mapping RUs), AP2030DN, AP4030DN, AP4130DN, AP5030DN, AP5130DN, AP7030DE, AP8030DN, AP8130DN, AP9131DN, AP9132DN and AP9330DN supports this parameter.

      Length of VHT AMSDUs

      Maximum number of subframes that can be aggregated once in A-MSDU aggregation mode.

      Only the AD9430DN-24 (including the mapping RUs), AD9430DN-12 (including the mapping RUs), AP2030DN, AP4030DN, AP4130DN, AP5030DN, AP5130DN, AP7030DE, AP8030DN, AP8130DN, AP9131DN, AP9132DN and AP9330DN supports this parameter.

      Utmost power

      Whether a radio sends packets at the maximum power.

      Only radios of the AD9430DN-24 (including the mapping RUs), AD9430DN-12 (including the mapping RUs), AP2030DN, AP4030DN, AP4130DN, AP5030DN, AP5130DN, AP7030DE, AP8030DN, AP8130DN, AP9131DN, AP9132DN and AP9330DN can send packets at maximum power.

      802.11a Rate Set
      Basic rate (Mbps)

      Basic rate set of 802.11a.

      Supported rate (Mbps)

      Supported rate set of 802.11a.

      Multicast rate (Mbps)

      Multicast rate of wireless packets on the 5 GHz radio.

      802.11ac

      Only the AD9430DN-24 (including the mapping RUs), AD9430DN-12 (including the mapping RUs), AP2030DN, AP4030DN, AP4130DN, AP5030DN, AP5130DN, AP7030DE, AP8030DN, AP8130DN, AP9131DN, AP9132DN and AP9330DN supports this parameter.

      Spatial stream quantity

      Whether the spatial streams support configuration of the maximum Modulation and Coding Scheme (MCS) value.

      Maximum MCS value

      Maximum MCS value supported by the spatial streams.

      Interference Detection
      Interference detection

      Whether interference detection is enabled.

      AP co-channel interference alarm threshold (%)

      Alarm threshold for co-channel interference.

      AP adjacent-channel interference alarm threshold (%)

      Alarm threshold for adjacent-channel interference.

      STA interference alarm threshold

      Alarm threshold for STA interference.

      WMM
      WMM

      Whether WMM is enabled.

      Restrict access of non-WMM terminals

      Whether to allow WMM-incapable STAs to connect to a WMM-enabled AP.

      Area
      Provides different preset values for the EDCA parameters in different scenarios. You can directly select a specific scenario or make an adjustment to the preset values.
      • Default: specifies the default of an EDCA parameter.
      • Voice: indicates that voice packets preempt a channel.
      • Voice and video: indicates that voice and video packets preempt a channel.
      Packet Type

      Type of packets.

      AIFSN

      Arbitration inter frame spacing number (AIFSN), which determines the channel idle time.

      In the distributed coordination function (DCF) protocol, the DCF inter frame space (DIFS) has a fixed value. WMM provides different DIFS values for different ACs. A larger AIFSN value indicates that the STA must wait for a longer time and has a lower priority.

      ECWmin

      Exponent form of the minimum contention window. ECWmin and ECWmax determine the average backoff time. A larger value indicates a longer average backoff time and a lower priority.

      ECWmax

      Exponent form of the maximum contention window. ECWmax and ECWmin determine the average backoff time. A larger value indicates a longer average backoff time and a lower priority.

      TXOPLimit

      Transmission opportunity limit (TXOPLimit). It determines the maximum duration in which an STA can occupy a channel. A larger value indicates a longer duration. If the TXOPLimit value is 0, the STA can send only one data frame every time it preempts a channel.

      ACK Policy

      ACK policy, which includes:

      • Reply: During 802.11 packet exchange, the receiver sends an ACK packet to confirm the receiving of a packet from the sender.

      • No reply: The receiver sends no ACK packet to confirm the receiving of a packet from the sender. It applies to scenarios where communication quality is good and interference is low.

    6. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Modify a 5G radio profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 5G Radio Profile. The 5G Radio Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Click the name of the 5G radio profile that you want to modify. The 5G Radio Profile page is displayed.
    3. Modify parameters for the 5G radio profile. For the parameter description, see Table 1-195.
    4. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Delete a 5G radio profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 5G Radio Profile. The 5G Radio Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile that you want to delete and click Delete. In the Confirm dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Display the profile reference relationship.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 5G Radio Profile. The 5G Radio Profile List page is displayed.
    2. Select the profile of which you want to display the reference relationship and click Display Reference Relationship. The system displays the types and names of the objects that reference the profile.

      NOTE:

      Click Hide Reference Relationship. The system hides the displayed results.

  • Configure a profile referenced in the 5G radio profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > Profile > Radio Management > 5G Radio Profile. The 5G Radio Profile List page is displayed. Click to the left of the 5G Radio Profile in the navigation tree to expand the 5G radio profile list. Click to the left of the 5G radio profile name to view the names of the profiles referenced in the 5G radio profile.
    2. Click any profile referenced by the 5G radio profile. The configuration page of the referenced profile is displayed on the right. You can select another profile from the drop-down list and set the profile parameters. For descriptions of the profile parameters, see its configuration page.
    3. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
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