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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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mesh-profile (WLAN radio interface view)

mesh-profile (WLAN radio interface view)


The mesh-profile command binds a Mesh profile to an AP radio.

The undo mesh-profile command unbinds a Mesh profile from an AP radio.

By default, no Mesh profile is bound to an AP radio.


mesh-profile profile-name [ index index ]

undo mesh-profile






Specifies the name of the Mesh profile bound to an AP radio.

The Mesh profile must exist.

index index

Specifies the ID of the Mesh profile.

The value can be 0 or 1. The default value is 0.


WLAN radio interface view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After a Mesh profile is bound to an AP radio, the radio can create a Mesh VAP to provide Mesh services.

When each train travels on a fixed line, bind only one Mesh profile to a radio on a vehicle-mounted AP so that the AP can connect to trackside APs, without the need to specify index index.

When a train switch between lines, bind multiple Mesh profiles to a radio on a vehicle-mounted AP. In this manner, the vehicle-mounted AP can connect to trackside APs on different lines. You need to specify index index. A vehicle-mounted AP attempts to set up links with trackside APs configured in the corresponding Mesh profiles by the order in which the profiles are referenced. If the link setup fails after the probe interval elapses, the vehicle-mounted AP attempts to set up a links using the next Mesh profile. If the vehicle-mounted AP fails to set up with trackside APs using any Mesh profile, the AP initiates link setup again by the order in which the profiles are referenced until a link is successfully set up.


A Mesh profile has been created and properly configured.


Among the VAPs created after a Mesh profile is bound to a radio, the VAP with the WLAN ID 16 cannot be occupied.

To allow APs to attempt to set up links using different Mesh profiles, configure the Mesh handover function in each Mesh profile.


# Bind the Mesh profile test to radio 0 of an AP.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] interface Wlan-Radio 0/0/0
[Huawei-Wlan-Radio0/0/0] mesh-profile test
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Updated: 2019-11-21

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