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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R008C00 CLI-based Configuration Guide

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Hotspot2.0 Profile

Hotspot2.0 Profile

Hotspot2.0 networks are usually provided by network service providers who can set network parameters in compliance with Hotspot2.0 standards to identify the networks. Wireless terminals can obtain network information and automatically select and access the desired networks based on the preset identity credentials. The administrator needs to configure the APs through Hotspot2.0 profiles according to the parameters provided by the network service providers so that the APs can provide Hotspot2.0 network information to the wireless terminals. After the Hotspot2.0 profiles are applied to VAP profiles, the configuration takes effect.

If a Hotspot2.0 network parameter carries multiple data entries, you need to configure the parameter using a profile. In the profile, you can configure the entries of the parameter and then bind the profile to a Hotspot2.0 profile.

Table 1-1  Description of the parameter profiles

Parameter Profile


Cellular network profile

You can configure Hotspot 2.0 services on cellular networks. When connecting to the networks, user terminals can obtain network information from APs, which helps them to select desired networks.

NAI realm profile

A NAI realm profile is used to configure the network access identifier (NAI) realm name, authentication mode, and authentication parameters for networks accessible to users.

Roaming consortium profile

If the user terminals need to roam among Hotspot2.0 networks of different operators, configure a roaming consortium profile and add the organization identifiers (OIs) of the operators to the roaming consortium profile. In this way, after the user terminals connect to a network of an operator in the profile, they can roam to networks of the other operators while maintaining online.

Connection capability profile

You can configure Hotspot2.0 services for networks. When user terminals connect to the networks, they can obtain network connection capability information from APs, including allowed protocols and ports, which helps them to select desired networks.

Operating class profile

The operating class profile is used to configure the operating class indication of AP in on the hotspot2.0 network. When a STA accesses the network, it can obtain channel information used to access a Wi-Fi frequency from AP so that the STA can set up a connection.

Operator domain profile

A network domain name profile is used to configure the operator domain profile. STAs can obtain the domain name information through ANQP, which is used as a basis for network selection.

Operator name profile

You can specify different friendly names for different languages so that users can select networks.

Venue name profile

When configuring Hotspot2.0 services, configure network parameters according to operator requirements. When connecting to networks, user terminals can obtain the network parameters to select desired networks. The venue name describes physical locations of a network and is an optional parameter.

For details, see Hotspot2.0 Configuration Guide (Common AP).

Updated: 2019-01-11

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