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WLAN V200R008C10 Typical Configuration Examples

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VAP Profile

VAP Profile

After parameters in a VAP profile are configured, and the VAP profile is bound to an AP group or AP, virtual access points (VAPs) are created on APs. VAPs provide wireless access services for STAs. You can configure parameters in the VAP profile to enable APs to provide different wireless services.

A VAP profile can reference the following profiles:
  • SSID profile: used to configure SSIDs of WLANs. In the profile, you can also disable access of non-HT STAs and configure the association aging time of STAs and delivery traffic indication message (DTIM) interval. For details, see Configuring an SSID Profile in the Configuration-User Access and Authentication Configuration Guide.
  • Security profile: used to configure security policies of WLANs, including policies for authentication and encryption of STAs. Security policies include open system authentication, WEP, WPA/WPA2-PSK, WPA/WPA2-802.1X, WAPI-PSK, and WAPI-certificate. For details, see Security Policy Configuration in the Configuration-WLAN Security Configuration Guide.
  • Traffic profile: used to configure priority mapping and traffic policing functions of WLANs. After the WMM function is enabled on the STA and AP, the priority mapping function allows you to configure methods for mapping upstream priorities of packets, upstream tunnel priorities, and downstream priorities. The traffic policing function limits packet sending rates of wireless STAs. For details, see Configuring Priority Mapping and Configuring Traffic Policing in the Configuration-QoS Configuration Guide.
  • Attack defense profile: used to configure various security functions such as URL filtering, antivirus, and intrusion prevention. For details, see Configuring URL Filtering Profile, Configuring Intrusion Prevention, and Configuring Antivirus in the Configuration-WLAN Security Configuration Guide.
  • User profile: used to reference a QoS CAR profile. You can bind the user profile that has QoS CAR profile referenced to a VAP profile to limit the rate of a STA using the VAP profile. For details, see Configuring Traffic Policing in the Configuration-QoS Configuration Guide.
  • Authentication profile: used to manage network admission control (NAC) configurations. You can bind access profiles (including the 802.1X access profile, MAC access profile, and Portal access profile) to authentication profiles to determine configurations of the access protocols. After the authentication profile configuration is complete, bind it to an interface or VAP profile to authenticate and control access users. For details, see Configuring NAC in the Configuration-User Access and Authentication Configuration Guide.
  • Hotspot2.0 profile: used to configure parameters of Hotspot2.0 networks, such as location, operator, and roaming consortium information, so that STAs can identify networks and access proper networks. For details, see Hotspot2.0 Configuration Guide in the Configuration.
  • SAC profile: used to identify and classify application protocols. The SAC feature can use the service awareness technology to detect and identify packets and protocols so that the system can classify applications intelligently and identify key services to provide sufficient bandwidths for them and limit traffic rates of non-critical services, thereby providing refined QoS policy control. For details, see Configuring SAC in the Configuration-QoS Configuration Guide.
  • UCC profile: used to configure priorities for Microsoft Skype4B voice, video, desktop sharing, and file transfer packets. For details, see Configuring Skype4B Traffic Optimization in the Configuration-QoS Configuration Guide.
Updated: 2019-03-30

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