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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display cpu-defend statistics

display cpu-defend statistics


The display cpu-defend statistics command displays statistics on packets sent to the CPU.


display cpu-defend statistics [ packet-type packet-type ] { wired | wireless }





packet-type packet-type

Specifies a packet type.

  • If packet-type is specified, the statistics on the specified type of protocol packets are displayed.
  • If packet-type is not specified, the statistics on all protocol packets are displayed.

The supported packet type depends on the device.


Indicates non-CAPWAP-encapsulated packets.


Indicates CAPWAP-encapsulated packets.



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Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

The display cpu-defend statistics command displays statistics on packets sent to the CPU, including the number of forwarded and discarded packets. This helps the network administrator configure attack defense policies.


# Display the statistics on packets that are transmitted through CAPWAP tunnels and sent to the CPU.
<Huawei> display cpu-defend statistics wireless
Packet Type               Pass Packets        Drop Packets
8021X                                0                   0
8021X-ident                          0                   0
8021X-start                          0                   0
arp-miss                             0                   0
arp-reply                            0                   0
arp-request                          0                   0
dhcp-client                          0                   0
dhcp-server                          0                   0
dns                                  0                   0
fib-hit                              0                   0
ftp-client                           0                   0
ftp-server                           0                   0
http-client                          0                   0
icmp                                 0                   0
ip-option                            0                   0
snmp                                 0                   0
ssh-server                           0                   0
tcp                                  0                   0
telnet-client                        0                   0
telnet-server                        0                   0
ttl-expired                          0                   0
unknown-multicast                    0                   0
unknown-packet                       0                   0

The preceding information is an example. The displayed packet type depends on the actual situation.

The AD9431DN-24X does not support packets of the following protocol types: capwap-association, capwap-discovery, capwap-echo, capwap-keepalive, eoam-3ah, ftp-server, http-server, https-server, ip-option, rarp-reply, rarp-request, spectrum-analysis, ssh-server, sshv6-client, sshv6-server, telnet-server, telnetv6-client, telnetv6-server, unknown-multicast, unknown-packet, and wapi.

Table 26-79  Description of the display cpu-defend statistics command output



Packet Type

Packet type.

Pass Packets

Number of forwarded packets

Drop Packets

Number of discarded packets.

Updated: 2019-11-21

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