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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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AC Config

AC Config

AC Configuration

Context

An AC manages APs, controls WLAN user access, and guarantees security. APs can communicate with the AC only after the AC basic parameters are configured.

Procedure

  1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > AC Config > AC Configuration. The AC Configuration page is displayed.



  2. Configure AC basic parameters. The following table describes the AC basic parameters.

    Table 5-115  AC basic parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    AC source address

    Source interface of the AC.
    • VLANIF: A VLANIF interface is used as the source interface.
    • Loopback: A Loopback interface is used as the source interface.
    NOTE:

    The selected source interface must have an IP address.

    To delete the AC's source interface, click .

    AP data buffer

    Whether to enable the AC to buffer AP data.

    Buffer duration

    Period during which an AC buffers AP data. The parameter takes effect only when you set AP data buffer to ON.

    AP authentication mode

    Authentication mode used to authenticate APs. By default, the AC authenticates APs using MAC address authentication.

    • MAC address authentication: The AP authentication mode can be set to MAC address authentication.
    • SN authentication: The AP authentication mode can be set to SN authentication.
    • Non-authentication: The AP authentication mode can be set to non-authentication.
    NOTE:

    The non-authentication mode brings security risks. You are advised to set the authentication mode to MAC address authentication or SN authentication, which is more secure.

    When the parameter is set to MAC address authentication or SN authentication, you can click Add AP to add APs manually or import APs in batches.

    Table 5-116  AC advanced parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Priority of CAPWAP management packets from AC to AP

    Priority of CAPWAP management packets sent from an AC to AP.

    Priority of CAPWAP management packets from AP to AC

    Priority of CAPWAP management packets sent from an AP to AC.

    Allow AP to establish DTLS session with AC using default pre-shared key

    Whether to allow an AP to establish a DTLS session with an AC using the default pre-shared key.

    Pre-shared key

    Pre-shared key used for DTLS encryption.

    Confirm pre-shared key

    Confirmation of the pre-shared key used for DTLS encryption.

    CAPWAP heartbeat detection interval

    CAPWAP heartbeat detection interval.

    CAPWAP heartbeat detection count

    Number of CAPWAP heartbeat detections.

  3. Click Apply. The info dialog box is displayed. Click OK.

Radio Calibration

Procedure

  • Configure manual calibration.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > AC Config > Radio Calibration. The Radio Calibration page is displayed.
    2. Set Calibration mode to Manual.



    3. Set calibration parameters. Table 5-117 describes the calibration parameters.

      Table 5-117  Calibration parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Calibration policy

      Calibration policy.

      • Rogue AP

        When rogue APs (rogue APs cannot be controlled by an AC) exist on a network, set the radio calibration policy to Rogue-ap. The device then implements radio calibration to minimize the rogue AP interference on the entire network.

      • Load

        When an AP is heavily loaded, set the radio calibration policy to Load. The device then preferentially allocates channels with a little interference to the heavily loaded APs.

      • Non-Wi-Fi

        When non-Wi-Fi devices exist on a network, set the radio calibration policy to Non-wifi. The device then implements radio calibration to reduce interference of non-Wi-Fi devices on the network.

      • Noise floor

        When Wi-Fi interference is not severe on a network and the non-Wi-Fi policy cannot help avoid interference channels, check the noise floor value. If the value is high, set the radio calibration policy to noise-floor to avoid interference channels. When detecting that the noise floor of the current channel exceeds the threshold for three consecutive times, an AP notifies the AC of the high noise floor. The AC then allocates another channel to the AP and does not allocate the current channel to the AP in 30 minutes.

      Calibration sensitivity

      Configure radio calibration sensitivity.

      There are three levels of radio calibration sensitivity:
      • Low
      • Medium
      • High

      Start time

      Specifies the start time for radio calibration in automatic mode.

      Calibration interval(min)

      Specifies the radio calibration interval in auto mode.

    4. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
    5. Click Start to trigger the calibration.
  • Configure automatic calibration.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > AC Config > Radio Calibration. The Radio Calibration page is displayed.
    2. Set Calibrate mode to Auto and specify Calibration interval(min) and Start time. You can also click Start to trigger the calibration.



    3. Set calibration parameters. Table 5-117 describes the calibration parameters.
    4. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Configure scheduled calibration.
    1. Choose Configuration > Wireless Services > AC Config > Radio Calibration. The Radio Calibration page is displayed.
    2. Set Calibrate mode to Scheduled and specify Start time. You can also click Start to trigger the calibration.



    3. Set calibration parameters. Table 5-117 describes the calibration parameters.
    4. Click Apply. In the Info dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
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