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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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portal user-roam-out reply enable

portal user-roam-out reply enable

Function

The portal user-roam-out reply enable command enables the device to respond to the Portal server with the IP address of the new central AP after a wireless user roams to the new central AP.

The undo portal user-roam-out reply enable command disables the device from responding to the Portal server with the IP address of the new central AP after a wireless user roams to the new central AP.

By default, the device does not respond the Portal server with the IP address of the new central AP after a wireless user roams to the new central AP.

Format

portal user-roam-out reply enable

undo portal user-roam-out reply enable

Parameters

None

Views

System view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Wireless users will be redirected to the Portal authentication page when they attempt to connect to the Internet. If a user has roamed from one central AP to another before the Portal authentication, the Portal server sends an authentication request to the original central AP that the user associated with before the roaming. However, the user information cannot be found on the original central AP. As a result, the user fails the Portal authentication.

The portal user-roam-out reply enable command can solve the preceding problem. This command enables the device to send an authentication response packet carrying the IP address of the new central AP to the Portal server when the original central AP cannot find the user information. After receiving the authentication response packet, the Portal server sends an authentication request to the new central AP.

Example

# Enable the device to respond to the Portal server with the IP address of the new central AP after a wireless user roams to the new central AP.

<Huawei> system-view
[Huawei] portal user-roam-out reply enable
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Updated: 2019-11-21

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