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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display ssid-profile

display ssid-profile

Function

The display ssid-profile command displays configuration and reference information about an SSID profile.

Format

display ssid-profile { all | name profile-name }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Displays information about all SSID profiles.

-

name profile-name

Displays information about a specified SSID profile.

The SSID profile must exist.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can run the display ssid-profile command to view configuration and reference information about an SSID profile.

Example

# Display information about all SSID profiles.

<Huawei> display ssid-profile all
---------------------------------------------------------------
Profile name  Beacon 2.4G/5G rate(Mbps)  Reference  SSID
---------------------------------------------------------------
default       1/6                        2          HUAWEI-WLAN
---------------------------------------------------------------
Total: 1
Table 17-32  Description of the display ssid-profile all command output

Item

Description

Profile name

SSID profile name.

Beacon 2.4G/5G rate(Mbps)

Rate at which 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz Beacon frames are sent.

Reference

Number of times an SSID profile is referenced.

SSID

SSID name.

# Display information about the SSID profile default.

<Huawei> display ssid-profile name default
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Profile ID                              : 0
SSID                                    : HUAWEI-WLAN
SSID hide                               : disable
Association timeout(min)                : 5
Max STA number                          : 64
Action upon reaching the max STA number : SSID broadcast
Legacy station                          : enable
DTIM interval                           : 1
Beacon 2.4G rate(Mbps)                  : 1
Beacon 5G rate(Mbps)                    : 6
Deny-broadcast-probe                    : disable
Probe-response-retry num               : 1
802.11r                                 : disable
  802.11r authentication                : - 
  Reassociation timeout (s)             : -
QOS CAR inbound CIR(kbit/s)             : -
QOS CAR inbound PIR(kbit/s)             : -
QOS CAR inbound CBS(byte)               : -
QOS CAR inbound PBS(byte)               : -
QOS CAR outbound CIR(kbit/s)            : -
QOS CAR outbound PIR(kbit/s)            : -
QOS CAR outbound CBS(byte)              : -
QOS CAR outbound PBS(byte)              : -
U-APSD                                  : enable
Active dull client                      : disable
MU-MIMO                                 : disable
MU-MIMO optimize                        : disable
QBSS load                               : disable
Single txchain                          : disable
Advertise AP name                       : disable
-------------------------------------------------------------------
WMM EDCA client parameters:
-------------------------------------------------------------------
       ECWmax  ECWmin  AIFSN  TXOPLimit(32us)
AC_VO  3       2       2                  47
AC_VI  4       3       2                  94
AC_BE  10      4       3                  0
AC_BK  10      4       7                  0
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 17-33  Description of the display ssid-profile name command output

Item

Description

Profile ID

ID of an SSID profile.

SSID SSID name.

To configure the parameter, run the ssid command.

SSID hide SSID hiding.

To configure the parameter, run the ssid-hide enable command.

Association timeout(min) Association timeout period.

To configure the parameter, run the association-timeout command.

Max STA number Maximum number of users.

To configure the parameter, run the max-sta-number (SSID profile view) command.

Action upon reaching the max STA number

Action to take when the number of access users reaches the maximum.
  • SSID hide: hiding the SSID
  • SSID broadcast: broadcasting the SSID
  • priority-based user replacement: allowing access of VIP users instead of non-VIP users based on priorities

To configure the parameter, run the reach-max-sta command.

Legacy station Whether to permit access of non-HT STAs.

To configure the parameter, run the legacy-station disable command.

DTIM interval DTIM interval.

To configure the parameter, run the dtim-interval command.

Beacon 2.4G rate(Mbps)

Rate at which 2.4 GHz Beacon frames are sent.

To configure the parameter, run the beacon-2g-rate command.

Beacon 5G rate(Mbps)

Rate at which 5 GHz Beacon frames are sent.

To configure the parameter, run the beacon-5g-rate command.

Deny-broadcast-probe

Whether an RU is configured not to respond to broadcast Probe Request frames.

To configure the parameter, run the deny-broadcast-probe enable command.

Probe-response-retry num

Number of times Probe Response packets are retransmitted.

To configure the parameter, run the probe-response-retry command.

802.11r

802.11r roaming.

To configure the parameter, run the dot11r enable command.

802.11r authentication

802.11r authentication mode.

Reassociation timeout (s)

802.11r reassociation timeout interval.

To configure the parameter, run the dot11r enable command.

QOS CAR inbound CIR(kbit/s) CIR in the QoS CAR profile applied to the inbound direction of an interface, which is the allowed rate at which traffic can pass through.
QOS CAR inbound PIR(kbit/s) PIR in the QoS CAR profile applied to the inbound direction of an interface, which is the maximum rate of traffic that can pass through an interface.
QOS CAR inbound CBS(byte) CBS in the QoS CAR profile applied to the inbound direction of an interface, which is the average volume of burst traffic that can pass through an interface.
QOS CAR inbound PBS(byte) PBS in the QoS CAR profile applied to the inbound direction of an interface, which is the maximum volume of burst traffic that can pass through an interface.
QOS CAR outbound CIR(kbit/s) CIR in the QoS CAR profile applied to the outbound direction of an interface, which is the allowed rate at which traffic can pass through.
QOS CAR outbound PIR(kbit/s) PIR in the QoS CAR profile applied to the outbound direction of an interface, which is the maximum rate of traffic that can pass through an interface.
QOS CAR outbound CBS(byte) CBS in the QoS CAR profile applied to the outbound direction of an interface, which is the average volume of burst traffic that can pass through an interface.
QOS CAR outbound PBS(byte) PBS in the QoS CAR profile applied to the outbound direction of an interface, which is the maximum volume of burst traffic that can pass through an interface.
U-APSD

Whether the U-APSD function is enabled.

To configure the parameter, run the u-apsd enable command.

Active dull client

Whether the function of preventing terminals from entering energy-saving mode is enabled.

To configure the parameter, run the active-dull-client enable command.

MU-MIMO

Whether the MU-MIMO function is enabled.

To configure the parameter, run the mu-mimo disable command.

MU-MIMO optimize Whether the MU-MIMO optimization function is enabled.

To configure the parameter, run the mu-mimo optimize enable command.

QBSS load

Whether the QBSS load function is enabled.

To configure this parameter, run the qbss-load enable command.

Single txchain

Whether to enable the single-antenna transmission mode.

To configure the parameter, run the single-txchain enable command.

Advertise AP name Whether Beacon frames are enabled to carry the RUname.

To configure the parameter, run the advertise-ap-name enable command.

AC_VO

AC_VO packets.

To configure the parameter, run the wmm edca-client (SSID profile view) command.

AC_VI

AC_VI packets.

To configure the parameter, run the wmm edca-client (SSID profile view) command.

AC_BE

AC_BE packets.

To configure the parameter, run the wmm edca-client (SSID profile view) command.

AC_BK

AC_BK packets.

To configure the parameter, run the wmm edca-client (SSID profile view) command.

ECWmax

Exponent form of the maximum contention window. ECWmin and ECWmax determine the average backoff time.

To configure the parameter, run the wmm edca-client (SSID profile view) command.

ECWmin

Exponent form of the minimum contention window. ECWmin and ECWmax determine the average backoff time.

To configure the parameter, run the wmm edca-client (SSID profile view) command.

AIFSN

Arbitration inter frame spacing number (AIFSN), which determines the channel idle time.

To configure the parameter, run the wmm edca-client (SSID profile view) command.

TXOPLimit(32us)

Transmission opportunity limit (TXOPLimit), which determines the maximum duration in which a STA can occupy a channel. A larger value indicates a longer duration.

To configure the parameter, run the wmm edca-client (SSID profile view) command.

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