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S12700 V200R013C00 Command Reference

This document describes all the configuration commands of the device, including the command function, syntax, parameters, views, default level, usage guidelines, examples, and related commands.
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display ap

display ap

Function

The display ap command displays AP information.

Format

display ap { all | ap-group ap-group }

display ap [ ap-group ap-group ] by-ssid ssid

display ap by-state state [ ap-group ap-group ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Displays information about all APs.

-

ap-group ap-group

Specifies the group to which an AP belongs.

The AP group must exist.

by-ssid ssid

Specifies an SSID.

The value must be an existing SSID.

by-state state

Specifies the status of the AP.

Enumerated type.

  • commit-failed: Displays information about APs in configuration commitment failed state.
  • committing: Displays information about APs in configuration committing state.
  • config: Displays information about APs in configuration initialization state.
  • config-failed: Displays information about APs in initialization failed state.
  • download: Displays information about APs in system software downloading state.
  • fault: Displays information about APs that failed to go online.
  • idle: Displays information about APs in initialization state before the first link is established.
  • name-conflicted: Displays information about APs having duplicate names.
  • normal: Displays information about APs in normal state.
  • standby: Displays information about APs in standby AC state.
  • ver-mismatch: Displays information about APs with versions that do not match the AC version.
  • countrycode-mismatch: Displays information about APs with country codes that do not match the AC's country code.
  • type-mismatch: Displays information about APs with types that are different from the actual types.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

To view information about APs, run this command.

Example

# Display information about all APs.
<HUAWEI> display ap all
Total AP information:
nor  : normal          [2]
Extrainfo : Extra information
P  : insufficient power supply
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ID   MAC            Name   Group     IP              Type            State STA Uptime      ExtraInfo
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0    dcd2-fcf6-76a0 area_1 ap-group1 192.168.120.254 AP6050DN        nor   0   4H:49M:11S  P
1    60de-4474-9640 area_2 ap-group1 192.168.120.253 AP6050DN        nor   0   6H:3M:40S   -
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total: 2, printed: 2
# Display information about APs bound to SSID hw-wlan.
<HUAWEI> display ap by-ssid hw-wlan
Total AP information:
nor  : normal          [2]
Extrainfo : Extra information
P  : insufficient power supply
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ID   MAC            Name   Group     IP              Type            State STA Uptime      ExtraInfo
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0    dcd2-fcf6-76a0 area_1 ap-group1 192.168.120.254 AP6050DN        nor   0   4H:49M:11S  P
1    60de-4474-9640 area_2 ap-group1 192.168.120.253 AP6050DN        nor   0   6H:3M:40S   -
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total: 2, printed: 2
# Display information about APs in normal state.
<HUAWEI> display ap by-state normal
Total AP information:
nor  : normal          [2]
Extrainfo : Extra information
P  : insufficient power supply
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ID   MAC            Name   Group     IP              Type            State STA Uptime      ExtraInfo
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0    dcd2-fcf6-76a0 area_1 ap-group1 192.168.120.254 AP6050DN        nor   0   4H:49M:11S  P
1    60de-4474-9640 area_2 ap-group1 192.168.120.253 AP6050DN        nor   0   6H:3M:40S   -
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total: 2, printed: 2
Table 11-4  Description of the display ap command output
Item Description
ID AP ID.
MAC MAC address of an AP.
Name AP name.
Group AP group.
IP AP IP address.
Type AP type.
State

AP state. For details, see Table 11-5.

STA Number of STAs connected to an AP.
Uptime Online duration of an AP.
ExtraInfo Extra information. The value P indicates that the power supply to an AP is insufficient.
Total, printed
  • Total: indicates the total number of queried APs.
  • printed: indicates the number of actually displayed APs. Statistics on actually displayed APs when the pipe operator (|) is used to filter the query result.
Table 11-5  AP state list

AP State

Description

Possible Cause

Handling Suggestion

commit-failed

WLAN service configurations fail to be delivered to an AP after the AP goes online on an AC.

After the AP goes online on the AC, WLAN service configurations are performed for the AP. If the link between the AP and AC is disconnected or the peer end has no response, the AP enters the commit-failed state.

Check the network connection.

committing

WLAN service configurations are being delivered to an AP after the AP goes online on an AC.

After the AP goes online on the AC, WLAN service configurations are being delivered to the AP.

This is a normal state, and no action is required.

config

WLAN service configurations are being delivered to an AP when the AP is going online on an AC.

After the AP establishes a link with the AC, WLAN service configurations are delivered to the AP. During this process, the AP is in config state.

This is a normal state, and no action is required.

config-failed

WLAN service configurations fail to be delivered to an AP when the AP is going online on an AC.

After the AP establishes a link with the AC, WLAN service configurations are delivered to the AP. If the configuration delivery fails due to various reasons (such as link disconnection), the AP enters the config-failed state.

Check the network connection.

download

An AP is in upgrade state.

When the AP is performing an upgrade, it enters the download state.

When the AP upgrade is complete, check the AP state.

fault

An AP fails to go online.

The AP fails to go online, which is usually caused by the following:
  • The AP fails to obtain an IP address or obtains an incorrect IP address.
  • The network between the AP and AC is faulty.
  • The AP fails to be authenticated.
  • The number of APs on an AC has reached the maximum value.
  • The AP is faulty.

Handle the AP online failure. For details, see AP Online Failure in the Troubleshooting Insights.

idle

It is the initialization state of an AP before it establishes a link with the AC for the first time.

The AP has not established a CAPWAP link with the AC, the MAC address and SN of the AP that is added offline are different from the actual ones, or license resources are insufficient.

Perform the following operations.

Check whether the AP is connected to the network. If the AP connection is normal, go to next step.

Check the MAC address and SN of the AP that is added offline are different from the actual MAC address and SN of the AP. If not, perform the following operations:
  1. Run the display ap all command to obtain AP information.
  2. Run the undo ap { ap-name ap-name | ap-id ap-id | ap-mac ap-mac | ap-group group-name | all } command to delete the AP.
  3. Run the

    ap-id ap-id [ [ type-id type-id | ap-type ap-type ] { ap-mac ap-mac | ap-sn ap-sn | ap-mac ap-mac ap-sn ap-sn } ]

    or ap-mac ap-mac [ type-id type-id | ap-type ap-type ] [ ap-id ap-id ] [ ap-sn ap-sn ] command to add correct AP information.

If the fault persists, expand the license capacity. Note that RUs managed by the AC do not occupy license resources of the AC.

name-conflicted

The name of an AP conflicts with that of an existing AP.

The name of an AP conflicts with the name of another AP that has been online on the same AC.

Run the ap-rename ap-id ap-id new-name ap-new-name command to change the AP name.

normal

An AP is working properly.

An AP successfully goes online on an AC.

This is a normal state, and no action is required.

standby

The AP is in normal state on the standby AC.

In the HSB, dual-link cold backup, or N+1 backup scenario, if the link between the active and standby ACs is established properly, the AP is in standby state on the standby AC and in normal state on the active AC.

This is a normal state, and no action is required.

ver-mismatch

The version of an AP does not match that of an AC on which the AP is to go online.

The versions of the AP and the AC mismatch.

Log in to Huawei technical support website and download the release notes. Based on the version mapping, upgrade the AP or AC to the matching version.

countryCode-mismatch

The country code of an AP does not match that of the AC on which the AP is about to go online.

The current version of the AP does not support the country code configured on the AC.

The AP does not support the country code. Upgrade the AP or change the country code configured on the AC.

type-mismatch

The AP type does not match that configured on the AC.

The AP type configured on the AC does not match the actual AP type.

Change the AP type configured on the AC.

unauth

The AP is not authenticated.

The AP fails to be authenticated.

Run the ap-confirm command to confirm unauthenticated APs and allow them to go online.

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