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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 wlan work-group

display wlan work-group

Function

The display wlan work-group command displays WLAN work group status information.

Format

display wlan work-group [ group-id | default ]

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
group-id Specifies the WLAN work group ID. The value is an integer ranging from 1 to 4.
default Indicates the default WLAN work group. -

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can use the display wlan work-group command to view WLAN work group status information. When no WLAN work group ID or default WLAN work group is specified, this command displays status information about all WLAN work groups.

Example

# Display information about all WLAN work groups.

<HUAWEI> display wlan work-group
Group ID     : default
Group status : Normal
Ap Total     : 0
Ap ID        : --
Group ID       Slot-role      Slot id        Status
-----------------------------------------------------------
default        Master         6              Active
               Service        4              Present

Group ID     : 1
Group status : Normal
Ap Total     : 1
Ap ID        : 1
Group ID       Slot-role      Slot id        Status
-----------------------------------------------------------
1              Master         8              Active
               Service        7              Present
Table 11-108  Description of the display wlan work-group command output

Item

Description

Group ID

WLAN work group ID.

Group Status

WLAN work group status.
  • Invalid: A WLAN work group is created but no card in the group is in Active state.
  • Normal: The WLAN work group has cards in Active state.
  • Sync: Master and slave X series interface cards are synchronizing entries.
  • Recovery: Some APs in the WLAN work group automatically go offline and are waiting for the offline process to be completed.
  • Block: The WLAN work group is in Block state.

Ap Total

The number of APs connecting to the WLAN work group.

Ap ID

ID of an AP connecting to the WLAN work group.

Slot-role

Slot role.
  • Master: indicates the master X series interface card.
  • Slave: indicates the slave X series interface card.
  • Service: indicates the non-X series interface card.

Slot id

Slot ID.

Status: Status of the master and slave slots.

  • Active: The card in the slot is in Active state.
  • Backup: The card in the slot is in Backup state.
  • Absent: No card is installed in the slot.
  • Type-not-match: A non-X series interface card is installed in the slot.
  • Adding:
    • A WLAN work group contains a master slot, online APs, and users. When a slave slot is configured, entries are synchronized to the slave card. The card status displays as Adding.
    • A WLAN work group is configured with a master and a slave X series interface cards, and contains online APs and users. After a card is installed, entries are synchronized to the card. The card status displays as Adding.
  • Deleting: A WLAN work group is configured with a master and a slave X series interface cards, and all cards are in the slots. Online APs or users exist in the group. When a slave slot ID is deleted, entries are deleted from the corresponding card. The slave card status displays as Deleting.

Status: card status of the service slot.

  • Present: The card is installed in the slot.
  • Absent: No card is installed in the slot or the card is unavailable.
  • Type-not-match: An X series interface card or a non-LPU card is installed in the slot.
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