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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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WLAN Compatible Commands

WLAN Compatible Commands

anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist disable (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist disable command disables the broadcast flood blacklist function.

The undo anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist disable command enables the broadcast flood blacklist function.

By default, the broadcast flood blacklist function is disabled.

Format

anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist disable

undo anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist disable

Parameters

None

Views

VAP profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After the broadcast flood blacklist function is enabled, the device considers traffic with a rate higher than that specified in anti-attack broadcast-flood sta-rate-threshold sta-rate-threshold a broadcast flood attack and adds the STA to the blacklist.

Prerequisites

The broadcast flood detection function has been enabled using the undo anti-attack broadcast-flood sta-rate-threshold command.

anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist enable (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist enable command enables the broadcast flood blacklist function.

The undo anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist enable command disables the broadcast flood blacklist function.

By default, the broadcast flood blacklist function is disabled.

Format

anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist enable

undo anti-attack broadcast-flood blacklist enable

Parameters

None

Views

VAP profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

anti-attack broadcast-flood disable (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The anti-attack broadcast-flood disable command disables the broadcast flood detection function.

The undo anti-attack broadcast-flood disable command enables the broadcast flood detection function.

By default, the broadcast flood detection function is enabled.

Format

anti-attack broadcast-flood disable

undo anti-attack broadcast-flood disable

Parameters

None

Views

VAP profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

anti-attack broadcast-flood sta-rate-threshold (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The anti-attack broadcast-flood sta-rate-threshold command sets the broadcast flood threshold.

The undo anti-attack broadcast-flood sta-rate-threshold command restores the default broadcast flood threshold.

By default, the broadcast flood threshold is 10 pps.

Format

anti-attack broadcast-flood sta-rate-threshold sta-rate-threshold

undo anti-attack broadcast-flood sta-rate-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

sta-rate-threshold

Specifies the rate threshold of broadcast traffic from STAs.

The value is an integer that ranges from 5 to 5000, in pps.

Views

VAP profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

ap-location (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

ap-location command sets the latitude and longitude of an AP.

By default, no latitude or longitude is configured for an AP.

Format

ap-location longitude { e | w } longitude-value latitude { s | n } latitude-value

ap-location latitude { s | n } latitude-value longitude { e | w } longitude-value

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
longitude e longitude-value

Specifies the east longitude value of an AP.

The value supports two formats: degrees, minutes, and seconds (DMS) and decimal degrees (DD).
  • The DMS format is XXX-XX-XX. XXX ranges from 0 to 180, and XX ranges from 0 to 59.
  • The DD format is XXX.XXXXXXXXX. XXX ranges from 0 to 180, and XXXXXXXXX is a decimal supporting a maximum of 9 digits.
For example, the east longitude value of an AP can be set to longitude e 120-45-23 in DMS format and longitude e 120.756333333 in DD format.
longitude w longitude-value

Specifies the west longitude value of an AP.

The value supports two formats: DMS and DD.
  • The DMS format is XXX-XX-XX. XXX ranges from 0 to 180, and XX ranges from 0 to 59.
  • The DD format is XXX.XXXXXXXXX. XXX ranges from 0 to 180, and XXXXXXXXX is a decimal supporting a maximum of 9 digits.
For example, the west longitude value of an AP can be set to longitude w 120-45-23 in DMS format and longitude w 120.756333333 in DD format.
latitude s latitude-value

Specifies the south longitude value of an AP.

The value supports two formats: DMS and DD.
  • The DMS format is XX-XX-XX. The first XX ranges from 0 to 90, and the other XXs range from 0 to 59.
  • The DD format is XX.XXXXXXXXX. XX ranges from 0 to 90, and XXXXXXXXX is a decimal supporting a maximum of 9 digits.
For example, the south longitude value of an AP can be set to latitude s 78-45-23 in DMS format and latitude s 78.756333333 in DD format.
latitude n latitude-value

Specifies the north longitude value of an AP.

The value supports two formats: DMS and DD.
  • The DMS format is XX-XX-XX. The first XX ranges from 0 to 90, and the other XXs range from 0 to 59.
  • The DD format is XX.XXXXXXXXX. XX ranges from 0 to 90, and XXXXXXXXX is a decimal supporting a maximum of 9 digits.
For example, the north longitude value of an AP can be set to latitude n 78-45-23 in DMS format and latitude n 78.756333333 in DD format.

Views

AP view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

You can run this command to set the longitude and latitude of an AP for easily locating it.

calibrate auto-channel-select disable (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The calibrate auto-channel-select disable command disables automatic channel selection.

The undo calibrate auto-channel-select disable command enables automatic channel selection.

By default, automatic channel selection is enabled.

Format

calibrate auto-channel-select disable

undo calibrate auto-channel-select disable

Parameters

None

Views

RRM profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Two channel selection modes are available:
  • Automatic mode (enabling automatic channel selection): An AP automatically selects a proper channel based on the WLAN radio environment, removing the need to specify channels manually.
  • Fixed mode (disabling automatic channel selection): Channels must be manually specified.

The automatic mode (automatic channel selection) is recommended because you do not need to specify a channel for each radio. The fixed mode provides users with an alternative way when they want to specify channels by themselves or to avoid frequent channel adjustment (this may cause intermittent service interruption).

If an AP needs radio calibration, automatic channel selection must be enabled.

NOTE:

When automatic channel selection is enabled, the manually configured channels do not take effect to ensure that the radio works in the optimal channel environment.

calibrate auto-txpower-select disable (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The calibrate auto-txpower-select disable command disables automatic transmit power selection.

The undo calibrate auto-txpower-select disable command enables automatic transmit power selection.

By default, automatic transmit power selection is enabled.

Format

calibrate auto-txpower-select disable

undo calibrate auto-txpower-select disable

Parameters

None

Views

RRM profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Two power selection modes are available:
  • Automatic mode (enabling automatic transmit power selection): An AP automatically selects or adjusts the transmit power based on the WLAN radio environment, removing the need to specify AP power manually.
  • Fixed mode (disabling automatic transmit power selection): The transmit power must be manually specified.

If an AP needs radio calibration, automatic transmit power selection must be enabled.

calibrate noise-threshold (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The calibrate noise-threshold command specifies the noise floor threshold for triggering radio calibration.

The undo calibrate noise-threshold command restores the default noise floor threshold for triggering radio calibration.

The default noise floor threshold for triggering radio calibration is -75 dBm.

Format

calibrate noise-threshold threshold

undo calibrate noise-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

noise-threshold threshold

Specifies the noise floor threshold for triggering radio calibration.

The value is an integer that ranges from -95 to 0, in dBm.

Views

RRM profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

The noise floor indicates the noise strength in the current environment. A high noise floor value will make noise drown out valid data, affecting user services.

The noise floor threshold for triggering radio calibration can be used to determine whether the environment noise is normal. When detecting a noise floor value higher than the threshold, an AP reports a high noise floor message to the AC. The AC then performs radio calibration to avoid channels with high noise floor values to improve user experience.

calibrate policy (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The calibrate policy command creates a radio calibration policy.

The undo calibrate policy command deletes a radio calibration policy.

By default, no radio calibration policy is created.

Format

calibrate policy noise

undo calibrate policy noise

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
noise

Indicates the noise floor mode.

-

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Noise floor policy: When the noise floor of APs is high due to special external interference, service experience may deteriorate. With this radio calibration policy, the device takes actions to avoid interference. When detecting that the noise floor of the current channel exceeds the threshold for three consecutive times, an AP notifies the AC of the high noise floor. The AC then allocates another channel to the AP and does not allocate the current channel to the AP in 30 minutes.

Prerequisites

The noise floor threshold for triggering radio calibration has been specified using the calibrate noise-floor-threshold threshold command.

contain-mode (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The contain-mode command sets the wireless intrusion protection system (WIPS) mode.

The undo contain-mode command deletes the WIPS mode.

By default, no WIPS mode is set.

Format

contain-mode all

undo contain-mode all

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Sets WIPS against all unauthorized devices.

-

Views

WIDS profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

frame-format (serial profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The frame-format command configures the format for serial frames on an IoT card interface.

The undo frame-format command restores the configured format for serial frames to the default value.

By default, the frame format is frame-start-stop.

Format

frame-format { fixed-length | frame-start-stop }

undo frame-format

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

fixed-length

Specifies a fixed frame length.

-

frame-start-stop

Specifies the start and stop flags for frames.

-

Views

Serial profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

frame-length (serial profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The frame-length command configures the length for serial frames on an IoT card interface.

The undo frame-length command restores the configured length for serial frames to the default value.

By default, the frame length is 512 bytes.

Format

frame-length frame-length-value

undo frame-length

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

frame-length-value
  • If the frame format adopts a fixed length, this parameter is used for framing.
  • If the frame format is set to frame-start-stop, this parameter specifies the maximum frame length used to verify the validity of framing.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 280, in bytes.

Views

Serial profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

frame-start (serial profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The frame-start command configures the start flag byte for serial frames on an IoT card slot.

The undo frame-start command restores the configured start flag byte to the default value.

By default, the start flag byte is aa.

Format

frame-start frame-start-value

undo frame-start

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

frame-start-value

Specifies the start flag byte of a frame.

The value ranges from 0 to ff.

Views

Serial profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

frame-stop (serial profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The frame-stop command configures the stop flag byte for serial frames on an IoT card slot.

The undo frame-stop command restores the configured stop flag byte to the default value.

By default, the stop flag byte is 7e.

Format

frame-stop frame-stop-value

undo frame-stop

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

frame-stop-value

Specifies the stop flag byte of a frame.

The value ranges from 0 to ff.

Views

Serial profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

gap-threshold (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The gap-threshold command sets the load difference threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group.

The undo gap-threshold command restores the default load difference threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group.

By default, the load difference threshold of a static load balancing group is 20%.

Format

gap-threshold gap-threshold-value

undo gap-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

gap-threshold gap-threshold-value

Specifies the load difference threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 100. It indicates the threshold of the load difference among radios in a load balancing group, in percentage. The load difference refers to the difference between the number of users on radios.

Views

Static load balancing group view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

After the load difference threshold for load balancing based on the number of users is configured using the gap-threshold command, an AP implements load balancing based on the difference between the number of users on different radios. The load balancing algorithm is as follows:

The AC calculates the load percentage of each radio in a load balancing group using the formula: Load percentage of a radio = (Number of associated users on the radio/Maximum number of users allowed on the radio) x 100%. The AC compares load percentages of all radios in the load balancing group and obtains the smallest load percentage value. When a user requests to associate with an AP radio, the AC calculates the difference between the radio's load percentage and the smallest load percentage value and compares the load difference with the threshold. If the difference is smaller than the threshold, the AC allows the user to associate with the radio. If not, the AC rejects the association request of the user. If users continue to send association requests to the AP and the maximum number of times the AP rejects users' association requests for a static load balancing group, the AP allows user access.

sta-number gap-threshold (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The sta-number gap-threshold command sets the load difference threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group.

The undo sta-number gap-threshold command restores the default load difference threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group.

By default, the load difference threshold of a static load balancing group is 20%.

Format

sta-number gap-threshold gap-threshold-value

undo sta-number gap-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

gap-threshold gap-threshold-value

Specifies the load difference threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 100. It indicates the threshold of the load difference among radios in a load balancing group, in percentage. The load difference refers to the difference between the number of users on radios.

Views

Static load balancing group view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

After the load difference threshold for load balancing based on the number of users is configured using the sta-number gap-threshold command, an AP implements load balancing based on the difference between the number of users on different radios.

learn-client-address disable (VAP profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

learn-client-address disable command disables STA address learning.

undo learn-client-address disable command disables STA address learning.

By default, STA address learning is enabled.

Format

learn-client-address disable

undo learn-client-address disable

Parameters

None

Views

VAP profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

If a STA associates with an AP that has STA address learning enabled and obtains an IP address, the AP automatically reports the STA IP address to the AC to maintain the STA' IP address and MAC address binding entry

Prerequisites

  • You have disabled the DHCP trusted interface by running undo dhcp trust port in the VAP profile view.

  • Before disabling STA address learning, run the undo learn-client-address dhcp-strict command to disable strict STA IP address learning through DHCP.

Precautions

If a bridging device functions as a STA to connect to an AP enabled with STA address learning, the AP cannot learn IP addresses of users connected to the bridging device; therefore, the users cannot communicate with the network. In this situation, disable STA address learning.

parity (serial profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The parity command configures the parity bit for serial data on an IoT card slot.

The undo parity command restores the configured parity bit to the default value.

By default, the parity bit is set to none on an IoT card slot.

Format

parity { none | odd | even | mark | space }

undo parity

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

none

Indicates no parity.

-

odd

Indicates odd parity.

-

even

Indicates even parity.

-

mark

Indicates mark parity.

-

space

Indicates space parity.

-

Views

Serial profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

serial-profile (WLAN view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The serial-profile command creates a serial profile and displays the serial profile view.

The undo serial-profile command deletes a serial profile.

By default, serial profile preset-enjoyor-toeap is bound to an IoT card interface.

Format

serial-profile name profile-name

undo serial-profile { name profile-name | all }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name profile-name

Specifies the name of a serial profile.

The value is a string of 1 to 35 case-insensitive characters. It does not contain question marks (?) or spaces, and cannot start or end with double quotation marks (" ").

all

Specifies all serial profiles.

-

Views

WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

serial-profile (IoT card interface view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The serial-profile command binds a serial profile to an AP or AP group.

The undo serial-profile command deletes the serial profile bound to an AP or AP group.

By default, serial profile preset-enjoyor-toeap is bound to an AP group, and no serial profile is bound to an AP.

Format

serial-profile profile-name

undo serial-profile

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

profile-name

Specifies the name of a serial profile.

The value is a string of 1 to 35 case-insensitive characters. It does not contain question marks (?) or spaces, and cannot start or end with double quotation marks (" ").

Views

IoT card interface view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

smart-roam enable (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The smart-roam enable command enables smart roaming.

The undo smart-roam enable command disables smart roaming.

By default, smart roaming is disabled.

Format

smart-roam enable

undo smart-roam enable

Parameters

None

Views

RRM profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

On a traditional WLAN, when a STA is farther from an AP, the access rate of the STA becomes lower but the STA still associates with the AP without reinitiating a connection with the AP or roaming to another AP. This degrades user experience. To prevent this situation, configure the smart roaming function. When detecting that the SNR or access rate of a STA is lower than the specified threshold, the AP sends a Disassociation packet to the STA so that the STA can reconnect or roam to another AP.

speed (serial profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The speed command configures the baud rate for serial communications on an IoT card slot.

The undo speed command restores the configured baud rate to the default value.

By default, the baud rate is 115,200 bit/s.

Format

speed speed-value

undo speed

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

speed-value

Specifies the baud rate for serial communication on an IoT card slot.

The unit is bit/s and the value can be:

  • 9600 bit/s

  • 19200 bit/s

  • 38400 bit/s

  • 57600 bit/s

  • 115200 bit/s

Views

Serial profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

start-threshold (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The start-threshold command sets the start threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group.

The undo start-threshold command deletes the configured start threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group.

By default, the start threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group is 10.

Format

start-threshold start-threshold-value

undo start-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

start-threshold start-threshold-value

Specifies the start threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 40.

Views

Static load balancing group view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

You can use this command to set the start threshold for load balancing based on the number of users in a static load balancing group. If the load on a radio does not reach the start threshold, the device does not implement load balancing control on access STAs.

sta-load-balance dynamic gap-threshold (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The sta-load-balance dynamic gap-threshold command sets the load difference threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users.

The undo sta-load-balance dynamic gap-threshold command restores the default load difference threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users.

By default, the load difference threshold of a dynamic load balancing group is 20%.

Format

sta-load-balance dynamic gap-threshold gap-threshold

undo sta-load-balance dynamic gap-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

gap-threshold gap-threshold

Specifies the load difference threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 100, in percentage.

Views

RRM profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

When a user requests to connect to an AP, the AP will count the total number of access users on all radios. If the total number of access users does not exceed the start threshold, the AP does not implement dynamic load balancing. The AP implements dynamic load balancing only when the total number of access users on all radios exceeds the start threshold.

In dynamic load balancing mode, an AC uses a load balancing algorithm to determine whether to allow a user to associate with a radio. The load balancing algorithm is as follows:

When implementing dynamic load balancing, the AC calculates the load percentage of each radio in a load balancing group using the formula: Load percentage of a radio = (Number of associated users on the radio/Maximum number of users allowed on the radio) x 100%. The AC compares load percentages of all radios in the load balancing group and obtains the smallest load percentage value. When a user requests to associate with an AP radio, the AC calculates the difference between the radio's load percentage and the smallest load percentage value and compares the load difference with the threshold. If the difference is smaller than the threshold, the AC allows the user to associate with the radio. If not, the AC rejects the association request of the user. If the user continues sending association requests to this AP, the AC allows the user to associate with the AP when the number of consecutive association attempts of the user exceeds the maximum number of rejection times.

sta-load-balance dynamic sta-number gap-threshold (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The sta-load-balance dynamic sta-number command sets the load difference threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users.

The undo sta-load-balance dynamic sta-number gap-threshold command restores the default load difference threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users.

By default, the load difference threshold of a dynamic load balancing group is 20%.

Format

sta-load-balance dynamic sta-number gap-threshold gap-threshold

undo sta-load-balance dynamic sta-number gap-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

gap-threshold gap-threshold

Specifies the load difference threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 100, in percentage.

Views

RRM profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

When a user requests to connect to an AP, the AP will count the total number of access users on all radios. If the total number of access users does not exceed the start threshold configured, the AP does not implement dynamic load balancing. The AP implements dynamic load balancing only when the total number of access users on all radios exceeds the start threshold.

In dynamic load balancing mode, an AC uses a load balancing algorithm to determine whether to allow a user to associate with a radio.

sta-load-balance dynamic start-threshold (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The sta-load-balance dynamic start-threshold command sets the start threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users.

The undo sta-load-balance dynamic start-threshold command restores the default start threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users.

By default, the start threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users is 10.

Format

sta-load-balance dynamic start-threshold start-threshold

undo sta-load-balance dynamic start-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

start-threshold start-threshold

Specifies the start threshold for dynamic load balancing based on the number of users.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 40.

Views

RRM profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

When a user requests to connect to an AP, the AP counts the total number of access users on all radios. If the number of access users on the requested radio does not exceed the start threshold, the AP does not implement dynamic load balancing based on the number of users. The AP implements dynamic load balancing based on the number of users only after the number of access users exceeds the start threshold.

stopbits (serial profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The stopbits command configures stop bits for serial data on an IoT card slot.

The undo stopbits command restores the configured stop bits to the default value.

The default stop bit is 1.

Format

stopbits { 1 | 2 }

undo stopbits

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

1

Specifies one stop bit.

-

2

Specifies two stop bits.

-

Views

Serial profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

traffic-filter (AP wired port profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The traffic-filter command configures ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering on an AP's wired interface.

The undo traffic-filter command cancels ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering configuration on an AP's wired interface.

By default, ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering is not configured on an AP's wired interface.

Format

traffic-filter { inbound | outbound } acl { acl-number | name acl-name }

undo traffic-filter { inbound | outbound }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

inbound

Configures ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering in the inbound direction.

-

outbound

Configures ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering in the outbound direction.

-

acl

Filters IPv4 packets based on a specified ACL.

-

acl-number

Specifies an ACL number.

The ACL must exist.

The value is an integer that ranges from 3000 to 3031.

name acl-name

Filters IPv4 packets based on a named ACL. acl-name indicates the ACL name.

The ACL name must exist.

The value range is the same as that of the acl-number parameter.

Views

AP wired port profile view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

Usage scenario

The rules for an AP's wired interface to filter IPv4 packets based on ACLs are as follows:
  • If the action in the ACL rule is deny, the device discards IPv4 packets matching the rule.
  • If the action in the ACL rule is permit, the device allows IPv4 packets matching the rule to pass through.
  • If no rule is matched, IPv4 packets are allowed to pass through.

Prerequisites

An ACL rule has been created by running the acl [ number ] acl-number [ match-order { auto | config } ] or acl name acl-name acl-number [ match-order { auto | config } ] command.

Precautions

The traffic-filter command can reference an ACL with no rule configured. You can configure a rule for the ACL after running this command.

You can configure IPv4 packet filtering based on only one ACL in one direction. If a referenced ACL needs to be replaced, configure a new ACL to overwrite the original one.

traffic-filter (traffic profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The traffic-filter command configures ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering in a traffic profile.

The undo traffic-filter command cancels configuration of ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering in a traffic profile.

By default, ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering is not configured in a traffic profile.

Format

traffic-filter { inbound | outbound } acl { acl-number1 | acl-number2 | name acl-name }

undo traffic-filter { inbound | outbound }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

inbound

Configures ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering in the inbound direction.

-

outbound

Configures ACL-based IPv4 packet filtering in the outbound direction.

-

acl

Filters IPv4 packets based on a specified ACL.

-

acl-number

Specifies an ACL number.

The ACL must exist.

The value is an integer that ranges from 3000 to 3031 and from 6000 to 6031.
  • 3000 to 3031: advanced ACLs
  • 6000 to 6031: user ACLs

name acl-name

Filters IPv4 packets based on a named ACL. acl-name indicates the ACL name.

The ACL name must exist.

The value range is the same as that of the acl-number parameter.

Views

Traffic profile view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After the traffic-filter command is executed in the traffic profile view, the device filters packets matching a specified ACL rule:

  • If the action in the ACL rule is deny, the device discards IPv4 packets matching the rule.
  • If the action in the ACL rule is permit, the device allows IPv4 packets matching the rule to pass through.
  • If no rule is matched, IPv4 packets are allowed to pass through.

Prerequisites

An ACL rule has been created by running the acl [ number ] acl-number [ match-order { auto | config } ] or acl name acl-name acl-number [ match-order { auto | config } ] command.

Precautions

The traffic-filter command can reference an ACL with no rule configured. You can configure a rule for the ACL after running this command.

You can configure IPv4 packet filtering based on only one ACL in one direction. If a referenced ACL needs to be replaced, configure a new ACL to overwrite the original one.

traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression enable (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression enable command enables rate limit for broadcast and multicast packets packets on an AP.

The undo traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression enable command disables rate limit for broadcast and multicast packets packets on an AP.

By default, rate limit for broadcast and multicast packets packets is disabled on an AP.

Format

traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression { all | arp | igmp | nd | other } enable

undo traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression { all | arp | igmp | nd | other } enable

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Enables rate limit for all broadcast and multicast packets packets.

-

arp

Enables rate limit for ARP broadcast packets.

-

igmp

Enables rate limit for IGMP multicast packets.

-

nd

Enables rate limit for ND broadcast packets.

-

other

Enables rate limit for broadcast packets other than ARP and ND broadcast packets.

-

Views

AP system profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression disable (AP system profile view)(upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression disable command disables rate limit for broadcast and multicast packets on an AP.

The undo traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression disable command enables rate limit for broadcast and multicast packets on an AP.

By default, rate limit for broadcast and multicast packets is enabled on an AP.

Format

traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression other disable

undo traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression other disable

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

other

Disables rate limit for broadcast packets other than ARP and ND broadcast packets.

-

Views

AP system profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression rate-threshold (AP system profile view)(upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression rate-threshold command sets a rate threshold for broadcast and multicast packets on an AP.

The undo traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression rate-threshold command restores the default threshold of broadcast and multicast packets on an AP.

The default rate threshold for ARP broadcast packets, ND broadcast packets, IGMP multicast packets, and other types of broadcast packets is 256 pps.

Format

traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression other rate-threshold threshold-value

undo traffic-optimize broadcast-suppression other rate-threshold

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

other

Specifies broadcast packets other than ARP and ND broadcast packets.

-

rate-threshold threshold-value

Specifies a rate threshold.

The value is an integer that ranges from 64 to 1024, in pps. The default value is 256.

Views

AP system profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

This command is available to aid upgrade compatibility. It can only be run during the configuration restoration phase of the upgrade.

vht mcs-map (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The vht mcs-map command configures the maximum MCS value corresponding to a specific number of 802.11ac spatial streams in the 5G radio profile.

The undo vht mcs-map command restores the default maximum MCS value corresponding to a specific number of 802.11ac spatial streams in the 5G radio profile.

By default, the maximum MCS value of the 802.11 ac radios is 9 in the 5G radio profile.

Format

vht mcs-map { nss nss-value { max-mcs max-mcs-value } } & <2-3>

undo vht mcs-map

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

nss nss-value Specifies the number of spatial streams. The value is an integer ranging from 1 to 4.
max-mcs max-mcs-value Specifies the maximum MCS value corresponding to a specific number of spatial streams. The value is an integer ranging from 7 to 9.

Views

5G radio profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Rates of 802.11ac radios depend on the index value of Modulation and Coding Scheme (MCS). A larger MCS value indicates a higher transmission rate.

  • If nss-value is equal to or larger than the actual number of spatial streams supported by an AP, the maximum MCS value corresponding to all spatial streams of the AP is max-mcs-value.

  • If nss-value is smaller than the actual number of spatial streams supported by an AP, only the maximum MCS value of configured spatial streams is max-mcs-value. The maximum MCS value of the other spatial streams does not take effect.

    For example, if nss-value is 2, and the AP supports 3 spatial streams. Only the maximum MCS value of spatial stream 1 and spatial stream 2 is max-mcs-value, and that of spatial stream 3 does not take effect.

Precautions

This configuration applies only to STAs associated with an AP in 802.11ac mode but does not take effect on STAs associated with the AP in other modes.

sniffer enable (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The sniffer enable command enables and configures the working mode of an AP's built-in Bluetooth module.

The undo sniffer enable command disables the configured working mode of an AP's built-in Bluetooth module.

By default, the Bluetooth function of an AP's built-in Bluetooth module is disabled.

Format

sniffer enable

undo sniffer enable

Parameters

None

Views

BLE profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After enabling the Bluetooth monitoring function, the built-in Bluetooth module of an AP will scan and obtain information about surrounding BLE devices, and reports the obtained information such as MAC addresses, RSSIs, BLE broadcast frame contents, and battery power.

After the Bluetooth monitoring function is enabled, an AP obtains battery power of surrounding Bluetooth devices at WLAN service off-peak time, for example, 2:00 am of the system time. Precisely configure the system time of an AC to ensure that WLAN services are not affected when the AC obtains battery power of Bluetooth devices.

The Bluetooth broadcast and Bluetooth monitoring functions can be enabled simultaneously for an AP's built-in Bluetooth module. When the two functions are enabled simultaneously, the AP's built-in Bluetooth module is also monitored.

After you run the undo sniffer enable command to disable the BLE monitoring function, the AC will trigger an alarm indicating that BLE devices are offline.

Follow-up Procedure

After the Bluetooth monitoring function is enabled, you are advised to run the ble monitoring-list command to add Bluetooth devices to the monitoring list for easy management. When a Bluetooth device in the monitoring list is offline or has low battery power, an alarm is triggered on the AC accordingly. If a Bluetooth device is not in the monitoring list, no such alarm will be triggered on the AC.

broadcasting-content (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The broadcasting-content command configures the content of a BLE broadcast frame sent by an AP's built-in Bluetooth module.

The undo broadcasting-content command restores the default content of a BLE broadcast frame sent by an AP's built-in Bluetooth module.

By default, the UUID, Major, and Minor fields in a BLE broadcast frame sent by an AP's built-in Bluetooth module are null, and the RSSI calibration value is -65 dBm.

NOTE:
Only the AP4050DN-E supports the Bluetooth broadcast function.

Format

broadcasting-content { uuid uuid-value | major major-value | minor minor-value | reference-rssi reference-rssi-value }*

undo broadcasting-content

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
uuid uuid-value Specifies the UUID field in a BLE broadcast frame. UUID is the universally unique identifier of a BLE device. The value is a string of 1 to 16 characters. The default value is null.
major major-value Specifies the Major field in a BLE broadcast frame. This field specifies a major group and is combined with the Minor field to define information about a BEL device, for example, location of a BLE device. The value is a string of 1 or 2 characters. The default value is null.
minor minor-value Specifies the Minor field in a BLE broadcast frame. This field specifies a minor group and is combined with the Major field to define information about a BEL device, for example, location of a BLE device. The value is a string of 1 or 2 characters. The default value is null.
reference-rssi reference-rssi-value Specifies the RSSI calibration value of a BLE device. RSSI calibration value indicates the RSSI value of a BLE device measured at a distance of 1 m. It is used to estimate the distance between the BLE device and Bluetooth terminals. The value is an integer that ranges from -97 to -50, in dBm. The default value is -65 that is measured when the transmit power of an APs' built-in Bluetooth module is 0 dBm.

Views

BLE profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After enabling the broadcast function of an AP's built-in Bluetooth module using the broadcaster enable command, you can run the broadcasting-content command to configure the content of BLE broadcast frames sent by the module.

Precautions

The RSSI calibration value in a BLE broadcast frame is set based on the actual measurement result.

After changing the transmit power of a built-in Bluetooth module using the tx-power (BLE profile view) command, you need to remeasure and reconfigure the RSSI calibration value. Therefore, you are advised to run the tx-power (BLE profile view) command to configure the transmit power of a built-in Bluetooth module before configuring the RSSI calibration value.

radio-5g-profile (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The radio-5g-profile command binds a 5G radio profile to a 5G radio.

The undo radio-5g-profile command unbinds a 5G radio profile from a 5G radio.

By default, no 5G radio profile is applied in the AP view and AP radio view, but the 5G radio profile default is applied to the AP group view and AP group radio view.

Format

radio-5g-profile profile-name

undo radio-5g-profile

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

profile-name

Specifies the name of a 5G radio profile.

The 5G radio profile must exist.

Views

AP group view, AP view, AP radio view, AP group radio view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After you create a 5G radio profile, bind it to a 5G radio so that the 5G radio profile can take effect.

Precautions

The configuration in the AP view and AP radio view has a higher priority than that in the AP group view and AP group radio view.

vap-profile (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The vap-profile command binds a VAP profile to a radio.

The undo vap-profile command unbinds a VAP profile from a radio.

By default, no VAP profile is bound to a radio.

Format

vap-profile profile-name wlan wlan-id

undo vap-profile profile-name wlan wlan-id

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

profile-name

Specifies the name of a VAP profile.

The VAP profile must exist.

wlan wlan-id

Specifies the WLAN ID of a VAP.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 16.

Views

AP group view, AP view, AP radio view, AP group radio view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After you create a VAP profile, bind it to a radio so that the VAP profile can take effect.

Precautions

After a VAP profile is bound to a radio, parameter settings in the VAP profile apply to the radio using the profile.

learn-client-address enable (AP wired port profile view) (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The learn-client-address enable command enables terminal address learning on an AP's wired interface.

The undo learn-client-address enable command disables terminal address learning on an AP's wired interface.

By default, terminal address learning is disabled on an AP's wired interface.

Format

learn-client-address enable

undo learn-client-address enable

Parameters

None

Views

AP wired port profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After terminal address learning is enabled on an AP's wired interface, if a wired terminal connected to the AP wired interface successfully obtains an IP address, the AP automatically reports the IP address of the terminal to the AC, helping to maintain the ARP binding entries of wired terminals.

Prerequisites

You have disabled the DHCP trusted interface by running undo dhcp trust port in the AP wired port profile view.

Follow-up Procedure

Bind the AP wired port profile to an AP group or AP.

Precautions

The AP wired interfaces added to an Eth-trunk interface do not support this function.

radio-2g-profile (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The radio-2g-profile command binds a 2G radio profile to a 2G radio.

The undo radio-2g-profile command unbinds a 2G radio profile from a 2G radio.

By default, no 2G radio profile is applied in the AP view and AP radio view, but the 2G radio profile default is applied to the AP group view and AP group radio view.

Format

radio-2g-profile profile-name

undo radio-2g-profile

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

profile-name

Specifies the name of a 2G radio profile.

The 2G radio profile must exist.

Views

AP group view, AP view, AP radio view, AP group radio view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After you create a 2G radio profile, bind it to a 2G radio so that the 2G radio profile can take effect.

Precautions

After a 2G radio profile is applied in the AP group view or AP view, the parameter settings in the profile take effect on all 2G radios in the AP group or the 2G radio of the AP.

The configuration in the AP view and AP radio view has a higher priority than that in the AP group view and AP group radio view.

master controller (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The master controller command displays the configuration view of the Master Controller.

Format

master controller

Parameters

None

Views

System view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

To perform configurations on the Master Controller, run the master controller command to enter the configuration view of the Master Controller.

Prerequisite

Run the master-controller enable command to enable the Master Controller role.

mu-mimo enable (upgrade-compatible command)

Function

The mu-mimo enable command enables MU-MIMO.

The undo mu-mimo enable command disables MU-MIMO.

By default, the MU-MIMO function is disabled.

Format

mu-mimo enable

undo mu-mimo enable

Parameters

None

Views

SSID profile view, WDS profile view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance (CSMA-CA) allows an air interface channel to be occupied only by one STA, and other STAs cannot communicate with the AP. After MU-MIMO is enabled, STAs supporting MU-MIMO can form an MU group to simultaneously receive downlink data from the same air interface channel, improving channel efficiency and overall downlink throughput.

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