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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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calibrate policy

calibrate policy


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.


calibrate policy { rogue-ap | load | non-wifi | noise-floor }

undo calibrate policy { rogue-ap | load | non-wifi | noise-floor }


Parameter Description Value

Specifies the rogue AP mode.



Specifies the load mode.



Specifies the non-Wi-Fi mode.



Specifies the noise floor mode.



WLAN view

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Radio calibration policies are classified into:

The noise floor, rogue AP and non-Wi-Fi policies take effect only in automatic radio calibration mode.

  • Rogue AP policy: When rogue APs (out of control by an AC) exist on a network, set the radio calibration policy to rogue-ap. The device then immediately takes actions to avoid interference. This policy may lead to frequency channel switchovers. You are advised to use this policy under the instruction of technical support personnel.
  • Load policy: When this radio calibration policy is used, the AP traffic load difference is considered for channel allocation. The device allocates channels with less interference to APs with heavier loads. The AP load changes with times. You are advised to use this policy under the instruction of technical support personnel.
  • Non-Wi-Fi policy: When non-Wi-Fi interference occurs on a network, the device immediately takes actions to avoid interference.
  • 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.

Radio calibration triggers channel changes. Some STAs may go offline and then go online again. If these STAs exist on the network, to ensure service experience, you are advised to perform radio calibration when no service is running and disable policies that frequently trigger radio calibration. You can run the display channel switch-record calibrate command to check policies that frequently trigger radio calibration.

The three radio calibration policies can be used together. You can run the command multiple times to configure different radio calibration policies according to service requirements.


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


# Set the radio calibration policy to rogue AP.
<HUAWEI> system-view
[HUAWEI] wlan
[HUAWEI-wlan-view] calibrate policy rogue-ap
Updated: 2019-04-09

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