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CLI-based Configuration Guide - WLAN-AC

AR100, AR120, AR150, AR160, AR200, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600 V200R010

This document provides the concepts, configuration procedures, and configuration examples of WLAN-AC features.
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WLAN Service Configuration Procedure

WLAN Service Configuration Procedure

Reference Relationships Between WLAN Profiles

Various profiles are designed based on different functions and features of WLAN networks to help users configure and maintain functions of WLAN networks. These profiles are called WLAN profiles. Figure 4-21 shows the referencing relationships between WLAN profiles. By getting to know the referencing relationships, users can easily grasp the configuration roadmap of WLAN profiles and complete their configurations.

As shown in Figure 4-21, the following profiles can be bound to the AP group and AP: regulatory domain profile, radio profile, VAP profile, AP system profile, AP wired port profile, WIDS profile, and WDS profile. Some of the listed profiles can further reference other profiles, for example, the radio profile can reference an air scan profile and an RRM profile.

Figure 4-21  Reference relationships between WLAN profiles
  • Profiles marked with an asterisk (*) can reference other profiles. Their referencing relationships are not illustrated in this figure. For details, see the description of each profile.

  • AP provisioning profiles cannot be referenced by other profiles and are only used to deliver configurations to specified APs or AP groups. Therefore, this figure does not show AP provisioning profiles.

  • An AP radio can directly reference some profiles, including the radio profile, VAP profile, WDS profile, and WDS whitelist profile.

WLAN profiles are designed to facilitate configuration and maintenance of WLAN functions. When configuring WLAN service functions, users need to configure parameters in matching WLAN profiles. After completing the configurations, they need to bind the profiles to upper-level profiles, AP groups, or APs, and manually deliver the configurations. After that, the configured functions take effect on the APs.

  • If a WLAN profile is bound to an upper-level profile, this upper-level profile should be bound to an AP group or AP.

For example, to configure air interface scan parameters, you can configure the parameters in an air scan profile and bind the air scan profile to a radio profile, which is then bound to an AP group or AP, as shown in Figure 4-21. After you manually deliver the configurations, the configurations in the air scan profile take effect on the APs. If referencing relationships between profiles are set in advance, and parameters are configured in the air scan profile, the configurations in the profile take effect after you manually deliver them.

WLAN Service Configuration Procedure

You can follow the procedure in Figure 4-22 to configure WLAN services. The figure lists only basic profiles that need to be created for implementing basic WLAN services. For reference relationships of other profiles, see Figure 4-21.

The WLAN service configuration procedure includes the following steps:
  1. Create an AP group.
  2. Configure network interconnection.
  3. Configure system parameters for the AC.
  4. Configure the AC to deliver WLAN services to Fit APs.
Figure 4-22  WLAN service configuration flowchart
Updated: 2019-08-07

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