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Web-based Configuration Guide

S7700 and S9700 V200R011C10

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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You can view details about radios of APs through the radio monitoring page.


  • View the radio list.
    1. Choose Monitoring > Wireless Service > Radio. The Radio List page is displayed.

    2. Click the downward arrow next to Default to customize items to be displayed. Click All to display all items.

      Table 4-3  Statistics in the radio list



      AP ID

      ID of the AP.

      AP Name

      Name of the AP.

      Radio ID

      Radio ID of the AP.

      Frequency Band

      Frequency band on which a radio works.

      STA HT Mode

      Radio type.


      Radio status.

      Working Mode

      Radio working mode.


      Working channel of a radio.

      Frequency Bandwidth

      Channel bandwidth of a radio.

      EIRP/Max EIRP

      Radio power configured/Maximum power in compliance with local laws and regulations.

      Access STA

      Number of STAs associated with a radio.

      Noise Strength

      Radio noise level.

      Channel Usage

      Channel usage of a radio.


      Radio rate.

      Total Frame Quantity

      Total number of frames received and sent by a radio.

      Downlink Retransmission Ratio

      Retransmission ratio on a radio.

      Downlink Packet Loss Ratio

      Packet loss ratio on a radio.

    3. Search for a radio.

      In Radio Performance Distribution, select specific radios based on the noise level, channel usage, and interference ratio (select an area in the bar graph).

    • Move the cursor to Channel Usage to view details about channel usage, including the transmitting time ratio, receiving time ratio, interference ratio, and idle rate of the channel.
    • Click the rightward arrow on the left of the list to view the following information of the radio: number of recently accessed STAs, noise level, channel usage, rate, retransmission ratio, and packet loss ratio.

  • Implement spectrum analysis.

    Select a radio from Radio List and click Spectrum Analysis. The spectrum charts of the radio are displayed. For details, see Spectrum Analysis.

  • Intelligently diagnose radio faults.

    Select a radio in Radio List and click Intelligent Diagnosis to diagnose Mesh link faults, AP failures, and AP upgrade failures. The web platform will provide handling suggestions. For details, see Intelligent Diagnosis.

  • Capture wireless packets.

    Select a radio in Radio List and click Wireless Packet Obtaining to capture wireless packets so that you can identify faults. For details, see Wireless Packet Capturing.

  • View field strength information.

    Select a radio in Radio List and click Field Strength Collection to view field strength information.

    Table 4-4  Field strength information



    Local AP ID

    ID of the local AP.

    Local AP Name

    Name of the local AP.

    Local AP MAC

    MAC address of the local AP.

    Radio ID

    ID of a radio of which field strength information is collected.

    Local AP Position No.

    This parameter takes effect only when the location-based handover algorithm is enabled.

    Neighboring AP ID

    ID of the peer AP.

    Neighboring AP Name

    Name of the peer AP.

    Neighboring AP MAC

    MAC address of the peer AP.

    Neighboring AP Position No.

    This parameter takes effect only when the location-based handover algorithm is enabled.

    Neighboring AP RSSI

    RSSI of the peer AP.

    Refresh Time

    Interval for updating field strength information.

  • View radio calibration records.

    Click Radio Calibration Record. Radio calibration records are displayed.

    Table 4-5  Description of radio calibration records




    Time when calibration is triggered.

    AP ID

    ID of the AP.

    AP Name

    Name of the AP.

    Radio ID

    ID of the radio.

    Channel Before/After Calibration

    Radio channel before/after radio calibration.

    Bandwidth Before/After Calibration

    Radio bandwidth before/after radio calibration.

    Eirp Before/After Calibration

    Transmit power of the radio before/after radio calibration.

    RSSI Before/After Calibration

    RSSI of an AP before/after radio calibration.

    Calibration Cause

    Cause of radio calibration.

  • Export the radio list.

    Click Export Info. The radio list is exported in a .csv file.

Updated: 2019-10-17

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