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S5720HI V200R010C00 Configuration Guide - WLAN-AC

This document describes native AC (hereinafter referred to as WLAN AC) configuration procedures and provides configuration examples.

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Configuring Spectrum Analysis

Configuring Spectrum Analysis



The AP3010DN-AGN, AP3010DN-V2, and AP9330DN do not support this function.

If WDS and Mesh services are configured on an AP radio, WIDS, spectrum analysis, or WLAN location on the radio does not take effect.

Spectrum analysis can only help identify the interference source type but not the specific device.

Currently, the AC can identify Bluetooth devices, microwave ovens, 2.4G cordless phones and cordless bases, ZigBee devices, wireless game controllers, 2.4G/5G wireless video and audio devices, baby monitors, and fixed band devices. Due to differences of individual devices, some of these non-Wi-Fi devices may not be identified.

Pre-configuration Tasks

You can configure spectrum analysis to detect non-Wi-Fi interference on WLANs. Based on the identified interference type, interfering channel, and interference strength, you can locate the interference source to eliminate interference.

Before configuring spectrum analysis, perform the task of WLAN Service Configuration.

Pre-configuration Tasks

Table 7-4  Pre-configuration Tasks



Create an AP group

Each AP will be added and can be added to only one AP group. An AP group is usually used to provide the same configurations for multiple APs. By default, the system has an AP group default. To create an AP group, execute this task. For details, see Creating an AP Group.

Configure an AP to go online

Configure a DHCP server

To go online normally, APs and STAs must obtain IP addresses. You can configure an AC as a DHCP server or use an independent DHCP server to allocate IP addresses to APs and STAs. For details, see Configuring a DHCP Server.

Configure network interconnections

To enable APs and STAs to obtain IP addresses, APs to discover the AC and go online on the AC, and STAs to access the network, configure interconnections between network devices. For details, see Configuring Network Interconnections.

Configure country codes

Correct country code configuration ensures that radio attributes of APs comply with laws and regulations of countries and regions to which the APs are delivered. For details, see Configuring Country Codes.

, radio parameters in compliance with local laws and regulations, such as the working channel and power

Configure a source interface

Before an AP establishes a CAPWAP tunnel with an AC, a source interface or source address must be specified for the AC. For details, see Configuring a Source Interface.

Add APs

You can add APs in any of the following modes:
  • Importing APs offline
  • Configuring AC to automatically discover an AP
  • Manually confirming APs added to the list of unauthorized APs
Adding an AP offline is recommended when the MAC address or SN of the AP is already learned. For details, see Adding APs.


Perform the following steps in the listed order.

Updated: 2019-12-28

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