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S12700 V200R010C00 Configuration Guide - Device Management

This document describes the principles and configurations of the Device Management features, and provides configuration examples of these features.
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Specifications

Specifications

AS, AP, CAPWAP Link Specifications

Parent

Maximum Number of ASs

Maximum Number of APs

Maximum Number of CAPWAP Links

S12704, S12708, S12712
  • Versions prior to V200R009C00: 64
  • V200R009C00 and later versions: 256
  • Versions prior to V200R009C00: 4096
  • V200R009C00 and later versions: 6144
  • Versions prior to V200R009C00: 4096
  • V200R009C00 and later versions: 6144
S12710 256 6144 6144
NOTE:

In an SVF system, ASs and APs share the CAPWAP link specifications. That is, the maximum number of ASs and APs cannot exceed the maximum number of CAPWAP links. For example, when an S12710 functions as the parent in an SVF system and 256 ASs have connected to the SVF system, a maximum of 5888 (6144-256) APs can connect to the SVF system.

If DTLS encryption is configured for packets transmitted in a CAPWAP tunnel, recommendations on the maximum number of ASs and APs supported on the parent are as follows:
  • The maximum numbers of ASs and APs do not exceed 32 and 96 respectively.
  • The preceding AS or AP specifications apply to scenarios where all ASs or APs go online. If both ASs and APs go online, it is recommended that the value of AS*3+AP do not exceed the maximum number of APs.
  • When the number of ASs or APs exceeds the maximum value, a high CPU usage may occur, affecting existing services.

AS Group/Port Group Specifications in Profile-based Configuration Mode

Group Type

Maximum Number of Groups

Bound Service Profile Type

Description

AS group 16 AS administrator profile
  • An AS can be added to only one AS group.

  • An AS port group can be bound to only one AS administrator profile.
AS port group
  • 256 (versions earlier than V200R011C10)
  • 512 (V200R011C10 and later versions)
  • Network basic profile
  • Network enhanced profile
  • User access profile
  • A port can be added to only one port group (an AS port group or AP port group).

  • V200R007C00 and V200R008C00: All ports of an AS can be assigned to a maximum of 6 AS port groups in total.

    V200R009C00 and later versions: All ports of an AS can be assigned to a maximum of 32 AS port groups in total.

  • An AS port group can be bound to a network basic profile, network enhanced profile, and user access profile.
AP port group 1 Network basic profile
  • An AP port group can be bound to only one network basic profile.

Service Profile Specifications in Profile-based Configuration Mode

Service Profile Type

Maximum Number of Service Profiles

AS administrator profile 16
Network basic profile
  • 256 (versions earlier than V200R011C10)
  • 512 (V200R011C10 and later versions)
Network enhanced profile 16
User access profile 16
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Updated: 2019-08-21

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