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FATAP and Cloud AP V200R009C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

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Web Platform Overview for Common Cloud APs

Web Platform Overview for Common Cloud APs

Table 1-4 describes main functions of the web platform for common cloud APs.

Table 1-4  Web platform overview

Level-1 Menu

Level-2 Menu

Function Description


Summary Displays uplink connection information and deployment configurations of the AP.
  • The uplink connection information contains interface names, IP address obtaining mode, IP addresses, subnet masks, and primary and secondary DNS servers.
  • The deployment configuration information includes the AP's working mode, network connection, VLAN, Agile Controller-Campus, and certificate import configurations.
AP Interface Displays basic information about AP interfaces, such as the interface name, state, negotiation rate, number of sent and received packets and bytes, and STP status.
User Displays basic information about users, such as the user name, MAC address, IP address, name of the connected device, connected SSID, frequency band, RSSI, access rate, and online and offline records. The function of disconnecting STAs is also provided.
Routing Table Displays basic information about routes, such as the destination IP address, subnet mask, route type, next hop, and outbound interface.


One-click Information Collection Exports a large amount of diagnostic information about the AP to the web_diaginfo.txt file. The information includes the startup configuration, current configuration, interface information, system time, and system version.
Ping Checks whether a destination IP address or host is reachable to determine network connectivity.
Trace Route Tracks the forwarding path of a packet from the source to the destination. If a network failure occurs, you can use the trace route function to locate the fault. You can specify a destination IP address or host name.
RF-Ping Checks the quality of wireless links between the AP and STAs.
ARP Entry Displays ARP information about the AP, such as the destination IP address, MAC address, VLAN ID, interface name, and timeout period.


Basic Displays basic information about the AP, such as the device name, model, MAC address, sequence number, version, number of restart times, maximum number of access STAs, and system operation time. The functions, including version upgrade, configuration file export, and restart statistics reset, are also provided.
Alarm & Event Displays current and historical alarm data, such as the alarm severity, OID, alarm content, module name, time, and alias. The alarm clearing function is also provided.
Log Supports log host management, provides the log saving and clearing functions, and displays log information such as the time, severity, module name, summary, and content.
Administrator Displays administrator offline records and user session records, such as the user name, IP address, authentication type, domain name, offline reason, online time, offline time, and session creation time. The function of disconnecting STAs is also provided.
Factory Settings Deletes current and historical user configurations, and restores the factory settings of the AP.
Updated: 2019-04-18

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