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Motorola RFS6000 - Wireless RF Switch User manual
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Motorola RFS Series Wireless
LAN Switches
WiNG CLI Reference Guide
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About This Guide
This Motorola RF Switch CLI Reference Guide and contains the following sections:
• Who Should Use this Guide
• How to Use this Guide
• Conventions Used in this Guide
• Motorola Service Information
• Motorola, Inc. End-User License Agreement
Who Should Use this Guide
The Motorola RF Switch CLI Reference Guide is intended for administrators responsible
for implementing, configuring, and maintaining a RFS6000 or RFS7000 model switch using
the switch’s command line interface (CLI). It also serves as a reference for configuring/
modifying system settings. The administrator should be familiar with wireless
technologies, networking concepts, Ethernet concepts, IP addressing and SNMP.
To avoid confusion amongst RFS6000 and RFS7000 CLI users, generic examples are used
throughout this guide. These examples are relevant to each switch.
Example
RFSwitch>cluster-cli enable
RFSwitch>
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The syntax, parameters and descriptions within this guide can also be used generically for
a RFS6000 and RFS7000 model switch. However, some subtle differences do exist
amongst these baselines. These differences are strongly noted within the specific
commands impacted. When these differences are noted, the options available to each
switch baseline are described in detail.
How to Use this Guide
This guide will help you implement, configure, and administer the switch and associated
network elements. This guide is organized into the following sections:
Chapter
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Chapter 1, “Introduction”
Review the overall feature-set of the switch, as well as
the many configuration options available.
Chapter 2, “Common
Commands”
Understand the commands common amongst many
contexts and instance contexts within the switch CLI.
Chapter 3, “User Exec
Commands”
Summarize the User Exec commands within the
switch CLI.
Chapter 4, “Privileged Exec
Commands”
Review the Priv Exec commands within the switch CLI.
Chapter 5, “Global
Configuration Commands”
Understand the Global Config commands within the
switch CLI.
Chapter 6, “Crypto-isakmp
Instance”
Review the (crypto-isakmp) commands within the
switch CLI.
Chapter 7, “Crypto-group
Instance”
Understand the (crypto-group) commands within the
switch CLI.
Chapter 8, “Crypto-peer
Instance”
Summarize the (crypto-peer) commands within the
switch CLI.
Chapter 9, “Crypto-ipsec
Instance”
Review the (crypto-ipsec) commands within the
switch CLI.
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Chapter
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Chapter 10, “Crypto-map
Instance”
Understand the (crypto-map) commands within the
switch CLI.
Chapter 11, “Cryptotrustpoint Instance”
Summarize the (crypto trustpoint) commands
within the switch CLI.
Chapter 12, “Interface
Instance”
Understand the (config-if) commands within the
switch CLI.
Chapter 13, “Spanning treemst Instance”
Summarize the (config-mst) instance commands
within the switch CLI.
Chapter 14, “Extended ACL
Instance”
Review the (config-ext-nacl) commands within the
switch CLI.
Chapter 15, “Standard ACL
Instance”
Understand the (config-std-nacl) commands within
the switch CLI.
Chapter 16, “Extended MAC
ACL Instance”
Review the (config-ext-macl) commands within the
switch command line.
Chapter 17, “DHCP Server
Instance”
Understand the (config-dhcp-pool) commands
within the switch command line.
Chapter 18, “DHCP Class
Instance”
Review the (config-dhcp-class) instance
commands within the switch CLI.
Chapter 19, “Radius Server
Instance”
Summarize the (config-radsrv) instance commands
within the switch CLI.
Chapter 20, “Wireless
Instance”
Understand the (config-wireless) instance
commands within the switch CLI.
Chapter 21, “RTLS Instance”
Review the (config-rtls) instance commands within
the switch CLI.
Chapter 22, “ESPI Instance”
Review the (config-rtls-espi) instance commands
within the switch CLI
Chapter 23, “RFID Instance”
Review the (config-rtls-rfid) instance commands
within the switch CLI
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Chapter
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Chapter 24, “SOLE Instance”
Review the (config-rtls-sole) instance commands
within the switch CLI
Chapter 25, “Smart RF
Instance”
Review the (config-wireless-smart-rf) instance
commands within the switch CLI
Chapter 26, “Role Instance”
Review the (config-role) instance commands
within the switch CLI
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Conventions Used in this Guide
This section describes the following topics:
• Annotated Symbols
• Notational Conventions
Annotated Symbols
The following document conventions are used in this document:
NOTE: Indicates tips or special requirements.
!
CAUTION: Indicates conditions that can cause equipment damage or
data loss.
SWITCH NOTE: Indicates caveats unique to a RFS6000 or
RFS7000 model switch.
WARNING! Indicates a condition or procedure that
could result in personal injury or equipment damage.
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Notational Conventions
The following notational conventions are used in this document:
• Italics are used to highlight specific items in the general text, and to identify chapters
and sections in this and related documents.
• Bullets (•) indicate:
• action items
• lists of alternatives
• lists of required steps that are not necessarily sequential
• Sequential lists (those describing step-by-step procedures) appear as numbered lists.
Understanding Command Syntax
command / keyword The first word is always a command. Keywords are words that
must be entered as is. Commands and keywords are mandatory.
For example, the command,
RFSwitch>show wlan 1
is documented as
show wlan <idx>
where:
• show – The command
• wlan – The keyword
<variable>
Variables are described with a short description enclosed within
a ‘<‘ and a ‘>’ pair.
For example, the command,
RFSwitch>show wlan 1
is documented as
show wlan <idx>
where:
• show – The command – Display information.
• wlan – The keyword – The wlan
• <idx> – The variable – WLAN Index value.
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|
The pipe symbol. This is used to separate the variables/keywords
in a list.
For example, the command
RFSwitch> show .....
is documented as
show [autoinstall|banner|ip|ldap|......]
where:
• set – The command
• [autoinstall|banner|ip|ldap|......] – Indicates the different commands
that can be combined with the show command. However, only one of
the above list can be used at a time.
show
show
show
show
[]
autoinstall ...
banner ...
ip ...
ldap ...
Of the different keywords and variables listed inside a ‘[‘ & ‘]’
pair, only one can be used. Each choice in the list is separated
with a ‘|’ (pipe) symbol.
For example, the command
RFSwitch> clear ...
is documented as
clear [crypto|mobility|spanning-tree]
where:
• clear – The command
• [crypto|mobility|spanning-tree] – Indicates that three keywords are
available for this command and only one can be used at a time
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{}
Any command/keyword/variable or a combination of them inside
a ‘{‘ & ‘}’ pair is optional. All optional commands follow the same
conventions as listed above. However they are displayed italicized.
For example, the command
RFSwitch> show autoinstall ....
is documented as
show autoinstall {status}
Here:
• show autostatus– The command. This command can also be used as
show autostatus
• {status} – The optional keyword status. The command can also be
extended as
show autoinstall status
Here the keyword status is optional.
<values>
Values to be entered as shown in Blue.
For example, the command
RFSwitch>show wlan 1
is documented as
show wlan <idx>
This command’s parameter <idx> is described as under:
“<idx> – <idx> (1-8) is the Wlan Index.”
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Motorola Service Information
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When contacting Motorola Support Center, please provide the following information:
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• Model number or product name.
• Software type and version number.
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General Information
For general information, contact Motorola at:
Telephone (North America): 1-800-722-6234
Telephone (International): +1-631-738-5200
Website: http://www.motorola.com
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Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1 CLI Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
1.2 Getting Context Sensitive Help. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
1.3 Using the No and Default Command Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
1.3.1 Basic Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
1.4 Using CLI Editing Features and Shortcuts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
1.4.1 Moving the Cursor on the Command Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
1.4.2 Completing a Partial Command Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
1.4.3 Deleting Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
1.4.4 Re-displaying the Current Command Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
1.4.5 Command Output pagination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
1.4.6 Transposing Mistyped Characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12
1.4.7 Controlling Capitalization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12
Chapter 2. Common Commands
2.1 Common Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
2.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
2.1.2 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
2.1.3 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
2.1.4 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
2.1.5 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
2.2 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-37
2.2.1 autoinstall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-42
2.2.2 banner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-43
2.2.3 commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-44
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2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.2.9
2.2.10
2.2.11
2.2.12
2.2.13
2.2.14
2.2.15
2.2.16
2.2.17
2.2.18
2.2.19
2.2.20
2.2.21
2.2.22
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2.2.30
2.2.31
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2.2.35
2.2.36
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2.2.38
2.2.39
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crypto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-45
environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-48
history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-49
interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-50
ip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-52
ldap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-59
licenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-61
logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-62
mac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-63
mac-address-table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-64
management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-65
mobility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-66
ntp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-69
port-channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-71
power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-72
privilege . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-73
radius . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-74
redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-75
redundancy -group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-76
redundancy-history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-79
redundancy -members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-80
rtls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-81
smtp-notification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-84
snmp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-86
snmp-server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-87
spanning-tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-90
static-channel-group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-92
terminal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-93
timezone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-94
traffic-shape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-95
users . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-96
version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-97
wireless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-98
wlan-acl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-112
access-list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-113
aclstats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-114
alarm-log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-115
boot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-116
Contents - TOC-3
2.2.42
2.2.43
2.2.44
2.2.45
2.2.46
2.2.47
2.2.48
2.2.49
2.2.50
2.2.51
2.2.52
2.2.53
2.2.54
2.2.55
2.2.56
2.2.57
2.2.58
clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-117
debugging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-118
dhcp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-119
file. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-120
ftp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-121
password-encryption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-122
running-config. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-123
securitymgr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-127
sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-128
startup-config . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-129
upgrade-status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-131
mac-name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-132
access-list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-133
aclstats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-134
alarm-log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-135
firewall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-137
role . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-138
Chapter 3. User Exec Commands
3.1 User Exec Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.1.1 clear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
3.1.2 cluster-cli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
3.1.3 debug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
3.1.4 disable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
3.1.5 enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
3.1.6 logout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
3.1.7 page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
3.1.8 ping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
3.1.9 quit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
3.1.10 telnet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
3.1.11 terminal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
3.1.12 traceroute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
Chapter 4. Privileged Exec Commands
4.1 Priv Exec Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
4.1.1 acknowledge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
4.1.2 archive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
TOC-4
Motorola RF Switch CLI Reference Guide
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.1.6
4.1.7
4.1.8
4.1.9
4.1.10
4.1.11
4.1.12
4.1.13
4.1.14
4.1.15
4.1.16
4.1.17
4.1.18
4.1.19
4.1.20
4.1.21
4.1.22
4.1.23
4.1.24
4.1.25
4.1.26
4.1.27
4.1.28
4.1.29
4.1.30
4.1.31
4.1.32
4.1.33
4.1.34
4.1.35
4.1.36
cd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
change-passwd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
clear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
cluster-cli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
configure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
copy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-16
debug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-17
delete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-25
diff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-26
dir. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-28
disable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-29
edit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-30
enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-31
erase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-32
halt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-33
kill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-34
logout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-35
mkdir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-36
more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-37
page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-39
ping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-40
pwd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-41
quit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-42
reload . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-43
rename . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-44
rmdir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-45
telnet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-46
terminal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-47
traceroute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-48
upgrade. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-49
upgrade - abort . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-51
write . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-52
format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-54
Chapter 5. Global Configuration Commands
5.1 Global Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Contents - TOC-5
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
5.1.8
5.1.9
5.1.10
5.1.11
5.1.12
5.1.13
5.1.14
5.1.15
5.1.16
5.1.17
5.1.18
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5.1.20
5.1.21
5.1.22
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aaa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
access-list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
autoinstall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14
banner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-16
boot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
bridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-18
country-code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-21
crypto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-22
5.1.8.1 Use Case 1: Configuring Remote VPN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-33
5.1.8.2 Use Case 2: Configuring Site-to-Site VPN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-35
do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-39
end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-40
errdisable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-41
ftp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-42
hostname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-43
interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-44
ip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-46
license. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-58
line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-59
local . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-60
logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-61
mac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-64
mac-address-table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-65
mac-name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-66
management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-67
ntp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-68
prompt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-73
radius-server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-74
ratelimit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-76
redundancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-77
role . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-80
rtls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-82
service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-83
smtp-notification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-86
snmp-server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-94
spanning-tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-107
timezone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-111
traffic-shape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-112
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5.1.37 username . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-115
5.1.37.1 Encrypting a Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-116
5.1.38 vpn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-118
5.1.39 wireless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-119
5.1.40 wlan-acl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-120
5.1.41 network-element-id . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-123
5.1.42 firewall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-124
Chapter 6. Crypto-isakmp Instance
6.1 Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
6.1.1 authentication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
6.1.2 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
6.1.3 encryption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
6.1.4 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
6.1.5 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
6.1.6 group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
6.1.7 hash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
6.1.8 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
6.1.9 lifetime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11
6.1.10 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
6.1.11 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
6.1.12 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-15
Chapter 7. Crypto-group Instance
7.1 Crypto Group Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
7.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
7.1.2 dns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
7.1.3 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
7.1.4 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6
7.1.5 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7
7.1.6 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
7.1.7 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
7.1.8 wins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
Chapter 8. Crypto-peer Instance
8.1 Crypto Peer Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
8.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
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end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
Chapter 9. Crypto-ipsec Instance
9.1 Crypto IPSec Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
9.1.1 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3
9.1.2 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-4
9.1.3 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5
9.1.4 mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-6
9.1.5 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-7
9.1.6 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-8
9.1.7 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-10
Chapter 10. Crypto-map Instance
10.1 Crypto Map Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
10.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
10.1.2 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-4
10.1.3 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-5
10.1.4 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-6
10.1.5 match . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-7
10.1.6 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-9
10.1.7 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-10
10.1.8 set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12
10.1.9 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-16
Chapter 11. Crypto-trustpoint Instance
11.1 Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
11.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-3
11.1.2 company-name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-4
11.1.3 email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-5
11.1.4 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-6
11.1.5 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-7
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11.1.7
11.1.8
11.1.9
11.1.10
11.1.11
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11.1.14
fqdn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-8
help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-9
ip-address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-10
no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-11
password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12
rsakeypair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13
service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-14
show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15
subject-name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-17
Chapter 12. Interface Instance
12.1 Interface Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
12.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-3
12.1.2 crypto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-4
12.1.3 description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-5
12.1.4 duplex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-6
12.1.5 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-7
12.1.6 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-8
12.1.7 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-9
12.1.8 ip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-10
12.1.8.1 Creating Helper Address using DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-12
12.1.8.2 Configuring a Static NAT Source Translation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-12
12.1.9 mac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
12.1.10 management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-14
12.1.11 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-15
12.1.12 port-channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16
12.1.12.1 Configuring a Port Aggregation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-17
12.1.13 power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-19
12.1.14 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
12.1.15 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-22
12.1.16 shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-24
12.1.17 spanning-tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-25
12.1.18 speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-28
12.1.19 static-channel-group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-29
12.1.20 switchport. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-30
12.1.21 storm-control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-32
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Chapter 13. Spanning tree-mst Instance
13.1 mst Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
13.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-3
13.1.2 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-4
13.1.3 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-5
13.1.4 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-6
13.1.5 instance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-7
13.1.6 name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-8
13.1.7 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-9
13.1.8 revision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-10
13.1.9 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-11
13.1.10 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-13
Chapter 14. Extended ACL Instance
14.1 Extended ACL Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-1
14.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-3
14.1.2 deny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-4
14.1.2.1 Example - Denying Traffic Between Two Subnets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-8
14.1.2.2 Example - Denying TCP Based Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-8
14.1.2.3 Example - Denying UDP Based Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-9
14.1.2.4 Example - Denying ICMP Based Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-9
14.1.3 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-10
14.1.4 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-11
14.1.5 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-12
14.1.6 mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-13
14.1.6.1 Example - Marking dot1p on TCP Based Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-17
14.1.6.2 Example - Marking tos on TCP based Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-17
14.1.7 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-19
14.1.8 permit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-20
14.1.8.1 Permitting IP Based Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-24
14.1.8.2 Permitting Telnet Based Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-24
14.1.8.3 Permitting ICMP Based Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-24
14.1.9 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-25
14.1.10 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-26
14.2 Configuring IP Extended ACL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-28
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Chapter 15. Standard ACL Instance
15.1 Standard ACL Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-1
15.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-3
15.1.2 deny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-4
15.1.2.1 Example - Denying Traffic to the Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-5
15.1.2.2 Example - Denying Traffic only from Source Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-5
15.1.3 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-6
15.1.4 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-7
15.1.5 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-8
15.1.6 mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-9
15.1.6.1 Marking tos for Source Network Traffic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-10
15.1.7 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-11
15.1.8 permit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-12
15.1.8.1 Example - Permitting Traffic to Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-13
15.1.8.2 Permitting Traffic from Source Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-13
15.1.9 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-14
15.1.10 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16
15.2 Use Case: Configuring IP Standard ACL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-18
Chapter 16. Extended MAC ACL Instance
16.1 MAC Extended ACL Config Commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-1
16.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-3
16.1.2 deny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-4
16.1.2.1 Example - Denying Traffic from any MAC Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-6
16.1.2.2 Example - Denying dot1q Tagged Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-6
16.1.2.3 Example - Denying Traffic Between Two MAC Based Hosts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-6
16.1.3 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-7
16.1.4 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-8
16.1.5 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-9
16.1.6 mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-10
16.1.6.1 Example - Marking dot1p Priority Value for 802.1q Tagged Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-12
16.1.6.2 Example - Marking tos for IP Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-12
16.1.7 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-13
16.1.8 permit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-14
16.1.8.1 Example - Permitting WISP Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-16
16.1.8.2 Example - Permitting ARP Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-16
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16.1.8.3 Permitting IP Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
16.1.9 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-18
16.1.10 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-20
16.2 Configuring MAC Extended ACL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-23
Chapter 17. DHCP Server Instance
17.1 DHCP Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-1
17.1.1 address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-4
17.1.2 bootfile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-5
17.1.3 class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-6
17.1.3.1 Creating a DHCP User Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-6
17.1.3.2 config-dhcp-class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-7
17.1.4 client-identifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-9
17.1.5 client-name. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-10
17.1.6 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-11
17.1.7 ddns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-12
17.1.8 default-router . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-14
17.1.9 dns-server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-15
17.1.10 domain-name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-16
17.1.11 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-17
17.1.12 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18
17.1.13 hardware-address. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-19
17.1.14 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-20
17.1.15 host . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-21
17.1.16 lease . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-22
17.1.17 netbios-name-server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-24
17.1.18 netbios-node-type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-25
17.1.19 network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-26
17.1.20 next-server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-27
17.1.21 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-28
17.1.22 option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-29
17.1.23 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-30
17.1.24 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-31
17.1.25 update. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-33
17.1.26 unitcast-enable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-34
17.2 Configuring the DHCP Server using Switch CLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-35
17.2.1 Creating network pool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-36
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17.2.2 Creating a Host Pool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-37
17.2.3 Troubleshooting DHCP Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-38
17.2.4 Creating a DHCP Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-40
Chapter 18. DHCP Class Instance
18.1 DHCP Server Class Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-1
18.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-3
18.1.2 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-4
18.1.3 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-5
18.1.4 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-6
18.1.5 multiple-user-class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-7
18.1.6 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-8
18.1.7 option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-9
18.1.7.1 Creating a DHCP User Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-9
18.1.8 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-11
18.1.9 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-12
Chapter 19. Radius Server Instance
19.1 Radius Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-1
19.1.1 authentication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-3
19.1.2 ca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-5
19.1.3 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-6
19.1.4 crl-check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-7
19.1.5 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-8
19.1.6 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-9
19.1.7 group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-10
19.1.7.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-11
19.1.7.2 end. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-11
19.1.7.3 exit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-11
19.1.7.4 group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-12
19.1.7.5 guest-group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-12
19.1.7.6 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-13
19.1.7.7 no. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-14
19.1.7.8 policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-15
19.1.7.9 rad-user . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-17
19.1.7.10 rate-limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-17
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19.1.7.11 service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-18
19.1.7.12 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-19
19.1.7.13 Example–Creating a Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-20
19.1.8 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-23
19.1.9 ldap-server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-24
19.1.10 nas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-27
19.1.11 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-28
19.1.12 proxy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-29
19.1.13 rad-user. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-31
19.1.14 server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-34
19.1.15 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-35
19.1.16 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-36
19.1.17 ldap-group-verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-38
Chapter 20. Wireless Instance
20.1 Wireless Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-1
20.1.1 aap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-5
20.1.2 admission-control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-7
20.1.3 adopt-unconf-radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-8
20.1.4 adoption-pref-id . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-9
20.1.5 ap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-10
20.1.6 ap-containment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-13
20.1.7 ap-detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-14
20.1.8 ap-image. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-16
20.1.9 ap-ip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-17
20.1.10 ap-standby-attempts-threshold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-19
20.1.11 ap-timeout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-20
20.1.12 ap-udp-port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21
20.1.13 auto-select-channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-22
20.1.14 broadcast-tx-speed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-23
20.1.15 client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-24
20.1.15.1 Configuring a Client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-25
20.1.15.2 config-wireless-client-list Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-26
20.1.16 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-28
20.1.17 cluster-master-support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-29
20.1.18 convert-ap. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-30
20.1.18.1 Converting an AP to Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-32
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country-code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-33
debug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-34
dhcp-one-portal-forward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-37
dhcp-sniff-state . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-38
dot11-shared-key-auth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-39
end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-40
exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-41
fix-broadcast-dhcp-rsp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-42
help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-43
hotspot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-44
ids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-45
load-balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-50
mac-auth-local . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-51
manual-wlan-mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-53
mobile-unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-54
mobility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-55
multicast-packet-limit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-56
multicast-throttle-watermark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-57
nas-id . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-58
nas-port-id . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-59
no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-60
proxy-arp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-61
qos-mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-62
radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-64
rate-limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-78
secure-wispe-default-secret . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-79
self-heal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-80
sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-82
service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-84
show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-97
smart-rf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-100
smart-scan-channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-101
wlan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-102
wlan-bw-allocation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-127
Chapter 21. RTLS Instance
21.1 RTLS Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-1
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21.1.1
21.1.2
21.1.3
21.1.4
21.1.5
21.1.6
21.1.7
21.1.8
21.1.9
21.1.10
21.1.11
21.1.12
21.1.13
21.1.14
21.1.15
21.1.16
21.1.17
21.1.18
aeroscout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-3
clear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-4
clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-5
end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-6
espi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-7
exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-8
help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-9
ekahau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-10
no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-11
reference-tag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-14
rfid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-16
service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-17
show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-20
site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-23
sole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-25
switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-26
zone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-27
ap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-28
Chapter 22. ESPI Instance
22.1 ESPI Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-1
22.1.1 adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-3
22.1.2 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-4
22.1.3 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-5
22.1.4 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-6
22.1.5 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-7
22.1.6 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-8
22.1.7 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-9
22.1.8 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-10
Chapter 23. RFID Instance
23.1 RFID Config Commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-1
23.1.1 activate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-3
23.1.2 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-4
23.1.3 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-5
23.1.4 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-6
23.1.5 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-7
TOC-16
Motorola RF Switch CLI Reference Guide
23.1.6
23.1.7
23.1.8
23.1.9
no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-8
reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-9
service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-12
show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-15
Chapter 24. SOLE Instance
24.1 SOLE Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-1
24.1.1 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-3
24.1.2 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-4
24.1.3 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-5
24.1.4 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-6
24.1.5 locate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-7
24.1.6 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-9
24.1.7 redundancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-10
24.1.8 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-11
24.1.9 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-12
24.1.10 rssi-filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-15
24.1.11 aap-rssi-update-interval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-16
24.1.12 mobile-unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-17
Chapter 25. Smart RF Instance
25.1 smart-rf Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-1
25.1.1 assignable-power-range. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-3
25.1.2 auto-assign . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-4
25.1.3 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-5
25.1.4 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-6
25.1.5 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-7
25.1.6 extensive-scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-8
25.1.7 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-9
25.1.8 hold-time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-10
25.1.9 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-11
25.1.10 number-of-rescuers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-18
25.1.11 radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-19
25.1.12 recover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-23
25.1.13 retry-threshold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-24
25.1.14 run-calibrate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-25
25.1.15 scan-dwell-time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-26
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25.1.16
25.1.17
25.1.18
25.1.19
25.1.20
25.1.21
schedule-calibrate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-27
select-channels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-28
service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-29
show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-33
smart-rf-module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-39
verbose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-40
Chapter 26. Role Instance
26.1 Role Config Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-1
26.1.1 ap-location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-3
26.1.2 authentication-type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-5
26.1.3 encryption-type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-6
26.1.4 essid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-8
26.1.5 group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-9
26.1.6 ip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-10
26.1.7 mac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-11
26.1.8 mu-mac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-12
26.1.9 clrscr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-13
26.1.10 no . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-14
26.1.11 end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-15
26.1.12 exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-16
26.1.13 help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-17
26.1.14 service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-18
26.1.15 show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-19
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Introduction
This chapter describes the commands defined by the switch Command Line Interface (CLI).
Access the CLI (on the supported RFS6000 and RFS7000 models) by running a terminal
emulation program on a computer connected to the serial port on the front of the switch,
or by using a Telnet session via secure shell (SSH) to access the switch over the network.
The default CLI user designation is cli. The default username and password are admin and
superuser respectively.
To avoid confusion amongst RFS6000 and RFS7000 CLI users, generic examples are used
throughout this guide. These examples are relevant to each switch.
Example
RFSwitch>cluster-cli enable
RFSwitch>
The CLI syntax, parameters and descriptions within this guide can also be used generically
for a RFS6000 and RFS7000 model switch. However, some subtle differences do exist
amongst these baselines. These differences are noted within the specific commands
impacted. When these differences are noted, the options available to each switch
baseline are described in detail.
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1.1 CLI Overview
The CLI is used for configuring, monitoring, and maintaining the switch managed network.
The user interface allows you to execute commands (on the supported RFS6000 and
RFS7000 models) using either a serial console or a remote access method.
This chapter describes the basic features of the CLI. Topics covered include an introduction
to command modes, navigation and editing features, help features, and command history.
The CLI is segregated into different command modes. Each mode has its own set of
commands for configuration, maintenance and monitoring. The commands available at
any given time depend on the mode you are in, and to a lesser extent, the particular
RFS6000 or RFS7000 model used. Enter a question mark (?) at the system prompt to view
a list of commands available for each command mode/instance.
Use specific commands to navigate from one command mode to another. The standard
order is: USER EXEC mode, PRIV EXEC mode and GLOBAL CONFIG mode.
A session generally begins in the USER EXEC mode (one of the two access levels of the
EXEC mode). For security, only a limited subset of EXEC commands are available in the
USER EXEC mode. This level is reserved for tasks that do not change the configuration of
the switch (such as determining the current switch configuration).
To access commands, enter the PRIV EXEC mode (the second access level for the EXEC
mode). Once in the PRIV EXEC mode, enter any EXEC command. The PRIV EXEC mode is a
superset of the USER EXEC mode.
Most of the USER EXEC mode commands are one-time commands and are not saved
across switch reboots. For example, the show command displays the current configuration
and the clear command clears the interface.
Access the GLOBAL CONFIG mode from the PRIV EXEC mode. In GLOBAL CONFIG mode,
enter commands that set general system characteristics. Configuration modes, allow you
to change the running configuration. If you save the configuration later, these commands
are stored across switch reboots.
Access a variety of protocol-specific (or feature-specific) modes from the global
configuration mode. The CLI hierarchy requires you access specific configuration modes
only through the global configuration mode.
You can also access sub-modes from the global configuration mode. Configuration submodes define specific features within the context of a configuration mode.
Introduction
Table 1.1 summarizes the commands available from the switch.
Table 1.1 RF Switch CLI Hierarchy
User Exec Mode
Priv Exec Mode
Global Configuration Mode
clear
acknowledge
aaa
clrscr
archive
access-list
cluster-cli
cd
autoinstall
debug
change-passwd
banner
disable
clear
boot
enable
clock
bridge
exit
clrscr
clrscr
help
cluster-cli
country-code
logout
configure
crypto
no
copy
do
page
debug
end
ping
delete
errdisable
quit
diff
exit
service
dir
fallback
show
disable
format
telnet
edit
ftp
terminal
enable
help
traceroute
erase
hostname
exit
interface
halt
ip
help
license
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Table 1.1 RF Switch CLI Hierarchy
User Exec Mode
Priv Exec Mode
Global Configuration Mode
kill
line
logout
local
mkdir
logging
more
mac
no
mac-address-table
page
mac-name
ping
management
pwd
no
quit
ntp
reload
prompt
rename
radius-server
rmdir
redundancy
service
rtls
show
service
telnet
show
terminal
smtp-notification
traceroute
snmp-server
upgrade
spanning-tree
upgrade-abort
timezone
write
traffic-shape
format
username
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User Exec Mode
Priv Exec Mode
Global Configuration Mode
vpn
wireless
wireless-acl
firewall
network-element-id
ratelimit
role
1.2 Getting Context Sensitive Help
Enter a question mark (?) at the system prompt to display a list of commands available for
each mode. Obtain a list of arguments and keywords for any command using the CLI
context-sensitive help.
Use the following commands to obtain help specific to a command mode, command name,
keyword or argument:
Command
Description
(prompt)# help
Displays a brief description of the help system
(prompt)# abbreviated-commandentry?
Lists commands in the current mode that begin
with a particular character string
(prompt)# abbreviated-commandentry<Tab>
Completes a partial command name
(prompt)# ?
Lists all commands available in the command
mode
(prompt)# command ?
Lists the available syntax options (arguments and
keywords) for the command
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Command
Description
(prompt)# command keyword ?
Lists the next available syntax option for the
command
NOTE: The system prompt varies depending on which configuration
mode you are in.
NOTE: Enter Ctrl + V to use ? as a regular character and not as a
character used for displaying context sensitive help. This is required
when the user has to enter a URL that ends with a ?
NOTE: The escape character used through out the CLI is “\”. To enter a
"\" use "\\" instead.
When using context-sensitive help, the space (or lack of a space) before the question mark
(?) is significant. To obtain a list of commands that begin with a particular sequence, enter
the characters followed by a question mark (?). Do not include a space. This form of help
is called word help, because it completes a word.
RFSwitch#service?
service Service Commands
RFSwitch#service
Enter a question mark (?) (in place of a keyword or argument) to list keywords or
arguments. Include a space before the ?. This form of help is called command syntax
help. It shows the keywords or arguments available based on the command/keyword and
argument already entered.
RFSwitch>service ?
diag
Diagnostics
encrypt
Encrypt password or key with secret
save-cli Save CLI tree for all modes in html format
show
Show running system information
RFSwitch>service
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It is possible to abbreviate commands and keywords to allow a unique abbreviation. For
example, “configure terminal” can be abbreviated as config t. Since the abbreviated
command is unique, the switch accepts the abbreviation and executes the command.
Enter the help command (available in any command mode) to provide the following
description:
RFSwitch>help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch>
1.3 Using the No and Default Command Forms
Almost every command has a no form. Use no to disable a feature or function. Use the
command without the no keyword to re-enable a disabled feature or enable a feature
disabled by default.
1.3.1 Basic Conventions
Keep the following conventions in mind while working within the CLI:
• Use ? at the end of a command to display available sub-modes . Type the first few
characters of the sub-mode and press the tab key to add the sub-mode. Continue using
? until you reach the last sub-mode
• Pre-defined CLI commands and keywords are case-insensitive: cfg = Cfg = CFG.
However (for clarity), CLI commands and keywords are displayed (in this guide) using
mixed case. For example, apPolicy, trapHosts, channelInfo
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• Enter commands in uppercase, lowercase, or mixed case. Only passwords are case
sensitive
• If an instance name (or other parameter) contains whitespace, the name must be
enclosed in quotes
RFSwitch.(Cfg)> spol "Default Switch Policy"
RFSwitch.(Cfg).SPolicy.[Default Switch Policy]>
NOTE: Commands starting with # at the RFSwitch# prompt are
ignored and not executed. Any space before a CLI command is ignored
in execution.
1.4 Using CLI Editing Features and Shortcuts
A variety of shortcuts and edit features are available. The following describe these
features:
• Moving the Cursor on the Command Line
• Completing a Partial Command Name
• Deleting Entries
• Re-displaying the Current Command Line
• Transposing Mistyped Characters
• Controlling Capitalization
1.4.1 Moving the Cursor on the Command Line
Table 1.2 shows the key combinations or sequences to move the cursor on the command
line. Ctrl defines the Control key, which must be pressed simultaneously with its
associated letter key.
Esc supports the Escape key (which must be pressed first), followed by its associated
letter key. Keys are not case sensitive. Specific letters are used to provide an easy way of
remembering their functions. In Table 1.2, bold characters bold indicate the relation
between a letter and its function.
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Table 1.2 Key Combinations Used to Move the Cursor
Keystrokes
Function
Summary
Left Arrow or Ctrl-B
Back character
Moves the cursor one character to the left
When entering a command that extends
beyond a single line, press the Left Arrow
or Ctrl-B keys repeatedly to scroll back to
the system prompt and verify the beginning
of the command entry. You can press the
Ctrl-A key combination.
Right Arrow or Ctrl-F
Forward
character
Moves the cursor one character to the right
Esc, B
Back word
Moves the cursor back one word
Esc, F
Forward word
Moves the cursor forward one word
Ctrl-A
Beginning of line Moves the cursor to the beginning of the
line
Ctrl-E
End of line
Function Details
Moves the cursor to the end of the
command line
Ctrl-d
Deletes the current character
Ctrl-U
Deletes text up to cursor
Ctrl-K
Deletes from the cursor to end of the line
Ctrl-P
Obtains the prior command from memory
Ctrl-N
Obtains the next command from memory
Esc-C
Converts the rest of a word to uppercase
Esc-L
Converts the rest of a word to lowercase
Esc-D
Deletes the remainder of a word
Ctrl-W
Deletes the word up to the cursor
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Keystrokes
Function
Summary
Function Details
Ctrl-Z
Enters the command and returns to the root
prompt
Ctrl-L
Refreshes the input line
1.4.2 Completing a Partial Command Name
If you cannot remember a command name (or if you want to reduce the amount of typing
you have to perform) enter the first few letters of a command, then press the Tab key. The
command line parser completes the command if the string entered is unique to the
command mode. If your keyboard does not have a Tab key, press Ctrl-I.
The CLI recognizes a command once you have entered enough characters to make the
command unique. If you enter “conf” within the privileged EXEC mode, the CLI associates
the entry with the configure command, since only the configure command begins with
conf.
In the following example, the CLI recognizes a unique string in the privileged EXEC mode
when the Tab key is pressed:
RFSwitch# conf<Tab>
RFSwitch# configure
When using the command completion feature, the CLI displays the full command name.
The command is not executed until the Return or Enter key is pressed. Modify the
command if the full command was not what you intended in the abbreviation. If entering
a set of characters (indicating more than one command), the system lists all commands
beginning with that set of characters.
Enter a question mark (?) to obtain a list of commands beginning with that set of
characters. Do not leave a space between the last letter and the question mark (?).
For example, entering co? lists all commands available in the current command mode:
RFSwitch# co?
copy? commit
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RFSwitch# co
NOTE: The characters entered before the question mark are reprinted
to the screen to complete the command entry.
1.4.3 Deleting Entries
Use any of the following keys (or key combinations) to delete command entries:
Keystrokes
Purpose
Backspace
Deletes the character to the left of the cursor
Ctrl-D
Deletes the character at the cursor
Ctrl-K
Deletes all characters from the cursor to the end of the command line
Ctrl-W
Deletes a word up to the cursor
Esc, D
Deletes from the cursor to the end of the word
1.4.4 Re-displaying the Current Command Line
If entering a command and the system suddenly sends a message, you can recall the
current command entry. To re-display the current command line (refresh the screen), use
the following key combination:
Keystrokes
Purpose
Ctrl-L
Re-displays the current command line
1.4.5 Command Output pagination
Output often extends beyond the visible screen length. For cases where output continues
beyond the screen, the output is paused and a Press Any Key to Continue (Q to
Quit) prompt displays at the bottom of the screen. To resume the output, press the Return
key to scroll down one line or press the Spacebar to display the next full screen of output.
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1.4.6 Transposing Mistyped Characters
If you have mistyped a command entry, you can transpose the mistyped characters. To
transpose characters, use the following key combination:
Keystrokes
Purpose
Ctrl-T
Transposes the character to the left of the cursor with the character
located at the cursor
1.4.7 Controlling Capitalization
Capitalize or lowercase words with a few simple key sequences. The switch CLI
commands are generally case-insensitive (and in lowercase). To change the capitalization
of the commands, use one of the following sequences:
Keystrokes
Purpose
Esc, C
Capitalizes the letters to the right of cursor
Esc, L
Changes the letters at the right of cursor to lowercase
Common Commands
This chapter describes the CLI commands used in the USER EXEC, PRIV EXEC, and GLOBAL
CONFIG modes.
The PRIV EXEC command set contains those commands available within the USER EXEC
mode. Some commands can be entered in either mode. Commands entered in either USER
EXEC mode or PRIV EXEC mode are referred to as EXEC mode commands. If a user or
privilege is not specified, the referenced command can be entered in either mode.
2.1 Common Commands
Table 2.1 summarizes available common commands:
Table 2.1 Common Commands in RFSwitch
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
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exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 2-3
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 2-4
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 2-5
service
Services or debugs the switch
page 2-7
show
Shows running system information
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2.1.1 clrscr
Common Commands
Clears the screen and refreshes the prompt (#)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#clrscr
RFSwitch#
Common Commands
2.1.2 exit
Common Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config)#exit
RFSwitch#
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2.1.3 help
Common Commands
Use this command to access the advanced help feature. Use “?” anytime at the command
prompt to access the help topic.
Two kinds of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when ready to enter a command argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is entered and you want to
know what arguments match the input (for example 'show ve?').
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
or
?
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>
diag
encrypt
kill
locator
save-cli
show
undefine
wireless
RFSwitch>
Diagnostics
Encrypt password or key with secret
Kill a connection
flash all LEDS to locate switch visually
Save CLI tree for all modes in html format
Show running system information
Undefine non active Event Cycle spec
Wireless parameters
Common Commands
2.1.4 no
Common Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no
Parameters
None
Example (User Exec)
RFSwitch>no ?
cluster-cli Cluster context
debug
Debugging functions
page
Toggle paging
service
Service Commands
RFSwitch>no
Example (Priv Exec)
RFSwitch#no ?
cluster-cli Cluster context
debug
Debugging functions
mobile-unit mobile-unit index
page
Toggle paging
service
Service Commands
upgrade
Name of the patch to remove
RFSwitch#no
Example (Global Config)
RFSwitch(config)#no ?
aaa
VPN AAA authentication settings
access-list
Configure access-lists
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration command
banner
Reset login banner to nothing
bridge
Bridge group commands
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country-code
Clear the currently configured country
code. All existing configurations will be erased
crypto
encryption module
errdisable
errdisable
firewall
Wireless firewall
fallback
Configures software fallback feature
ftp
Configure FTP Server
hostname
Reset system's network name to default
interface
Delete a virtual interface
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
line
Configure a terminal line
local
Local user authentication database for VPN
logging
Modify message logging facilities
mac
MAC configuration
mac-address-table Configure MAC address table
mac-name
Remove a configured MAC Address name
management
sets properties of the management interface
network-element-id Reset system’s network element
ntp
Configure NTP
prompt
Reset system's prompt
radius-server
RADIUS server configuration commands
ratelimit
ratelimit
role
Configure role parameters
redundancy
Configure redundancy group parameters
service
Service Commands
smtp-notification Modify SMTP-Notification parameters
snmp-server
Modify SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Spanning tree
timezone
Revert the timezone to default (UTC)
traffic-shape
Traffic shaping
username
Establish User Name Authentication
vpn
vpn
wlan-acl
Remove an ACL from WLAN
RFSwitch(config)#no
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2.1.5 service
Common Commands
Service commands are used to manage the switch configuration in all modes. Depending
on the mode, different service commands will display.
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax (User Executable Mode)
service [diag|encrypt|kill|locator|save-cli|show|undefine|
wireless]
service [locator|save-cli|undefine]
service diag [enable|identify|limit|period|
tech-support-period|tech-support-url]
service diag [enable|identify]
service diag limit [buffer|fan|filesys|inodes|load|maxFDs|
pkbuffers|procRAM|ram|routecache|temperature]
service diag limit buffer
[128|128k|16k|1k|256|2k|32|32k|4k|512|64|64k|8k]
service diag limit fan <1-3> low <1000-15000>
service diag limit filesys [etc2|flash|var]
<limit-as-percent>
service diag limit inodes [etc2|flash|var]
<limit-as-percent>
service diag limit load [01|05|15] <load-as-percent>
service diag limit maxFDs <0-32767>
service diag limit pkbuffers <0-65535>
service diag limit procRAM <0.0-100.0>
service diag limit ram <0.0-25.0>
service diag limit routecache <0-65535>
service diag limit temperature <temp-sensor-number>
[critical|high|low] <temperature>
service diag period <100-30000>
service diag tech-support-period <10-10080>
service diag tech-support-url <URL>
service encrypt secret 2 <passphrase> plaintext <plaintext>
service kill connection {<1-64>}
service show [cli|command-history|crash-info|diag|info|
memory|process|reboot-history|rtls|startup-log|
upgrade-history|watchdog]
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service show [cli|command-history|crash-info|info|memory|
process|reboot-history|startup-log|upgrade-history|
watchdog]
service show diag [hardware|led-status|limits|period|stats|
tech-support-period|tech-support-url|top]
service show rtls [location-history|rfid]
service show rtls location-history
service show rtls rfid events reader {<1-48>}
service undefine ecspec {<ECSpec-name>}
service wireless
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Parameters (User Executable Mode)
diag
[enable|identify|limit|
period|
tech-support-period|
tech-support-url]
Diagnostics commands
• enable – Enables in-service diagnostics
• identify – Identifies a switch by flashing its LEDs
• limit [buffer|fan|filesys|inodes|load|maxFDs|
pkbuffers|procRAM|ram|routecache|temperature] – Sets
the diagnostic limit command
• buffer []<0-65535> – Configures the buffer usage
warning limit. The warning limit can be set to a buffer
limit size [128|128k|16k|1k|256|2k|32|32k|4k|
512|64|64k|8k].
• <0-65535>– Configures buffer usage warning limit.
Set between 0 and 65535.
• fan <1 -3> low <1000-15000> – Sets the fan speed
limit for the fans on the switch.
• low <1000-15000> – Sets the low speed limit of the
selected fan in RPMs.
• filesys [etc2|flash|var] – Sets the file system
freespace limit
• inodes[etc2|flash|var] – File system inode limit
• load [01|05|15] – Aggregate processor load
• maxFDs <0-32767> – Configures the maximum
number of file descriptors. Set between 0 to 32767
• pkbuffers <0-65535> – Configures the packet buffer
head cache limit. Set between 0 and 65535.
• procRAM <0-100.0> – Defines the RAM space used by
a process. Set the percentage <percent> of RAM
space used by the processor between 0.0 and 100.0
percent.
• ram <0.0-25.0> – Configures free space for the RAM.
Configures the free space to any value between 0.0 to
25.0 percent.
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• routecache <0-65535> – Configures IP route cache
usage. Set a value between 0 and 65553.
• temperature <1-6> [critical|high|low] – Sets the
number of temperature sensors for the switch.
• critical <0.0 - 250.0> – Critical temperature limit
• high <0.0 - 250.0> – high temperature limit
• low <0.0 - 250.0> – low temperature limit
• period <100-30000> – Configures the diagnostics period.
Set a value between 100-30000 milliseconds. The default
value is 1000 milliseconds.
• tech-support-period <10-10080> – Sets diagnostics techsupport-period
• <10-10080> – The default 1440 minutes (1 day)
• tech-support-url <URL>– Set the URL to use during auto
generated technical support dumps
• <URL> – URL to which to copy
• tftp://<hostname|IP>[:port]/path/file
• ftp://<user>:<passwd>@<hostname|IP>[:port]/
path/file
• sftp://<user>@<hostname|IP>[:port]>/path/file
encrypt secret 2
<pass-phrase> plaintext
<plain-text>
Encrypts a password or key with a secret passphrase
• secret – Encrypts passwords/keys with a secret phrase
• 2 – Type of encryption SHA256-AES256
• <pass-phrase> – Defines the passphrase used for
encryption
• <plain-text> – Defines the plain text password or key to
encrypt
kill connection {<1-64>}
Kills a connection using ESPI Adapter index
• connection {<1-64>} – A single optional ESPI Adapter
index <1-64>
locator
Locates the switch by flashing all LEDs.
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save-cli
Saves the CLI tree for all modes in HTML
show [cli|commandhistory|crash-info|diag|
info|memory|process|
reboot-history|rtls|
startup-log|
upgrade-history|
watchdog]
Displays running system information
• cli – Shows the CLI tree of the current mode
• command-history – Displays the command (except show
commands) history
• crash-info – Displays information about core, panic and
AP dump files
• diag [hardware|led-status|limits|period|stats
|tech-support-period|tech-support-url|top] – Sets or
displays switch diagnostics
• hardware – Shows the system hardware
configuration
• led-status – Shows LED state variables and the
current state
• limits – Shows limit values
• period – Shows the period (ms) for
in-service diagnostics
• stats – Shows current diagnostics statistics
• top – Shows the top processes (sorted by memory
usage)
• tech-support-period <10-10080> – Shows diagnostics
tech-support-period
• <10-10080> – The default 1440 minutes (1 day)
• tech-support-url <URL> –Shows the URL to use during
auto generated technical support dumps
• <URL> – URL to which to copy
• tftp://<hostname|IP>[:port]/path/file
• ftp://<user>:<passwd>@<hostname|IP>[:port]/
path/file
• sftp://<user>@<hostname|IP>[:port]>/path/file
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
info – Shows a snapshot of available support information
memory – Shows memory statistics
watchdog – Shows watchdog status
process – Shows processes (sorted by memory usage)
reboot-history – Shows a reboot history
startup-log – Shows the startup log
upgrade-history – Shows an upgrade history
rtls [location-history|rfid] – Real Time Locationing System
commands
• location-history – Show location engine history
• rfid events – RFID Configuration
• events reader – RFID reader events
• reader <1-48> – A single RFID reader index
• watchdog – Shows watch dog status
undefine ecspec
{<SPECNAME>}
Undefines non active Event Cycle Specification
• ecspec {<SPECNAME>} – Name of optional ECSpecs
configuration
wireless
Displays current wireless parameters
Syntax (Privilege Executable Mode) (Priv Exec)
service [clear|copy|dhcp-snoop-conflict-detection|diag|
diag-shell|encrypt|firewall|kill|locator|pktcap|pm|
save-cli|securitymgr|show|smart-rf|start-shell|undefine|
watchdog|wireless]
service [diag-shell|locator|pm stop|save-cli|start-shell|
watchdog]
service clear [all|aplogs|clitree|cores|dumps|fw|panics|
snooptable|wireless]
service clear securitymgr flows [<flow-index>|<interface>|
all|ge <ge-index>|me1|sa <sa-index>|vlan <vlan-id>]
service copy tech-support [<file>|<URL>] [tftp|ftp|sftp]
service dhcp-snoop-conflict-detection disable
Common Commands
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service diag [enable|identify|limit|period|
tech-support-period|tech-support-url]
service encrypt secret 2 <pass-phrase> <plain-text>
service firewall disable
service kill conncection {<1-64>}
service pktcap on [bridge|deny|drop|interface|router|vlan]
service pktcap on [bridge|drop] {[count <199999>|filter|hex|snap|verbose|write]}
service pktcap on bridge filter on
[<LINE>|arp|capwap|dst|ether|host|icmp|igmp|ip|ip6|l2|l3|
l4|net|not|port|src|tcp|udp|vlan|wlan]
service pktcap on bridge filter [arp|capwap|icmp|ip|ip6|
igmp|udp] {[and|or]
<LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter capwap {[ctrl|data] [and|or]
<LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter dst [A.B.C.D|net|port]
{[and|or] <LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter ether [broadcast|dst|host|
multicast|proto|src]
service pktcap on bridge filter ether [broadcast|multicast]
{[and|or] <LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter ether [dst|host|src] <MAC>
{[and|or] <LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter ether proto <0-65535>
{[and|or] <LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter ether host <IP> {[and|or]
<LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter ip multicast {[and|or]
<LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter ip proto [<0-255>|
<protocol>] {[and|or] <LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter [l2|l3|l4] [u16 <0-126>|
u32 <0-124>|u8 <0-127>]
service pktcap on bridge filter net <IP/MASK> {[and|or]
<LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter not [arp|capwap|dst|ether|
host|icmp|igmp|ip|ip6|l2|l3|l4|net|not|port|src|tcp|udp|
vlan|wlan]
service pktcap on bridge filter port <0-65535> {[and|or]
<LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter src [<IP>|net <IP/MASK>|
port <0-65536>] {[and|or] <LINE>}
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service pktcap on bridge filter tcp {[[and|or]
<LINE>|[ack|fin|or|rst|syn] {[and|or] <LINE>]}
service pktcap on bridge filter vlan <1-4095> {[and|or]
<LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge filter wlan <1-2> {[and|or] <LINE>}
service pktcap on bridge [hex|verbose] {[count <1-1000000>|
filter [...] |snap <1-1518>]}
service pktcap on bridge snap <1-1518> {filter [...]}
service pktcap on bridge write [<FILE>|<URL>]
{[count <1-1000000>|filter [...] |snap <1-1518>]}
service pktcap on deny [access-list|count|filter|
hex|inbound|outbound|snap|verbose|write]
service pktcap on deny access-list <ACL-index> {[and|or]
<LINE>}
service pktcap on deny [inbound|outbound] {[access-list|
count|filter|hex|[inbound|outbound]|snap|verbose|write]}
{[and|or] <LINE>}
service pktcap on interface [<INTERFACE>|ge <1-4>|me1|
sa <1-4>|vlan <1-4094>] {[count|filter|hex|inbound|
outbound|snap|verbose|write]} {[and|or] <LINE>}
service pktcap on router {[count|filter|hex|snap|verbose|
write]} {[and|or] <LINE>}
service pktcap on vpn {[count|filter|hex|inbound|outbound|
snap|verbose|write]} {[and|or] <LINE>}
service securitymgr [disable|disable-flow-rate-limit|
dump-core|enable-http-stats]
service show [cli|command-history|crash-info|diag|fw|info|
ip|last-passwd|memory|pm|process|reboot-history|rtls|
securitymgr|smart-rf|startup-log|upgrade-history|watchdog|
wireless]
service show [cli|command-history|crash-info|diag|info|
memory|process|reboot-history|rtls|startup-log|
upgrade-history|watchdog]
service
service
service
service
show
show
show
show
fw flows brief
ip igmp snooping vlan <1-4094> {<MULTICAST-IP>}
last-passwd
pm {history [<process-name>|all]
service
service
service
service
service
show
show
show
show
show
rtls
rtls
rtls
rtls
rtls
[grid|location-history|rfid]
grid [all|x]
grid all
grid x <0-9000> y <0-9000>
rfid events reader {<1-48>}
Common Commands
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service show securitymgr flows [details|source]
service show securitymgr flows details {source [<IP>|any]
destination [<IP>|any] protocol [any|icmp|tcp|udp]}
service show securitymgr flows source [<IP>|any] destination
[<IP>|any] protocol [any|icmp|tcp|udp]
service show smart-rf [debug-config|sensitivity]
service show smart-rf debug-config
service show smart-rf sensitivity [mu|pattern|rates]
service show smart-rf sensitivity mu {<1-8192>|<MAC>}
service show smart-rf sensitivity pattern [pattern11a|pattern-11b|pattern-11bg|pattern-2-mbps]
service show wireless [ap-history|buffer-counters|
enhanced-beacon-table|enhanced-probe-table|group|
group-stats|legacy-load-balance|mu-cache-buckets|
mu-cache-entry|mvlan|radio|radio-cache-entry|
radio-hash-buckets|snmp-trap-throttle|vlan-cache-buckets|
vlan-cache-entry|waiting]
service show wireless [buffer-counters|group-stats|
legacy-load-balance|mu-cache-buckets|radio-hash-buckets|
snmp-trap-throttle|vlan-cache-buckets]
service show wireless ap-history <MAC>
service show wireless[enhanced-beacon-table|
enhance-probe-table] [config|report]
service show wireless group <1-256>
service show wireless mu-cache-entry {<1-8192>|<MAC>}
service show wireless mvlan <1-256>
service show wireless radio [<1-4096>|description|mapping]
service show wireless radio-cache-entry {<MAC>}
service show wireless vlan-cache-entry {[<1-8192>|<MAC>]}
service show wireless waiting {<1-99>}
service smart-rf [clear-history|load-fromfile|replay|rescue|restore|save-to-file|simulate]
service smart-rf replay enable
service smart-rf [rescue|restore] [<radio-mac>|
<radio-index>|<radio-index-list>]
service smart-rf simulate [coverage-hole|interference]
service smart-rf simulate coverage-hole <1-4096>
<unit-range> [<unit-range>|pattern-11a|pattern-11b|
pattern-11bg|pattern-2-mbps]
service smart-rf interference [<radio-mac>|<radio-index>|
<radio-index-list>]
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service undefine ecspec {<SPECNAME>}
service wireless [ap-history|clear-ap-log|custom-cli|dot11i|
dump-core|enhanced-beacon-table|enhanced-probe-table|
free-packet-watermark|idle-radio-send-multicast|
legacy-load-balance|map-radios|radio-misc-cfg|rate-scale|
request-ap-log|save-ap-log|snmp-trap-throttle|
sync-radio-entries|vlan-cache]
service wireless [dumpcore|legacy-load-balance|rate-scale|
save-ap-log|sync-radio-entries]
service wireless ap-history [clear|enable]
service wireless clear-ap-log {<1-1024>}
service wireless custom-cli [sh-wi-mobile-unit|sh-wi-radio]
service wireless custom-cli sh-wi-mobile-unit [ap-locn|
ap-name|channel|dot11-type|ip|last-heard|mac|radio-bss|
radio-desc|radio-id|ssid|state|vlan|wlan-desc|wlan-id|
username]
service wireless custom-cli sh-wi-radio [adopt-info|
ap-locn|ap-mac|ap-name|bss|channel|dot11-type|num-mu|
power|radio-desc|radio-id|state]
service wireless dot11i enforce pmkid-validation
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table [channel-set|enable|
erase-report|max-ap|scan-interval|scan-time]
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table [enable|erase-report]
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table channel-set
[a|an|bg|bgn] <1-200>
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table max-ap <0-512>
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table scan-interval <10-60>
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table scan-time <100-1000>
service wireless enhanced-probe-table
report|max-mu|preferred|window-time]
service wireless enhanced-probe-table
service wireless enhanced-probe-table
service wireless enhanced-probe-table
service wireless enhanced-probe-table
service
service
service
service
service
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
[enable|erase[enable|erase-report]
max-mu <0-512>
preferred <MAC>
window-time <10-60>
free-packet-watermark <0-100>
idle-radio-send-multicast enable
map-radios <1-127>
radio-misc-cfg <hex-mask>
request-ap-log <ap-index>
Common Commands
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service wireless snmp-trap-throttle <1-20>
service wireless vlan-cache enable
Parameters (Privilege Executable Mode)
clear
[all|aplogs|clitree|cores|
dumps|fw|panics|
snooptable|wireless]
Performs a variety of reset functions
• all – Removes all core, dump and panic files
• aplogs – Removes all AP log files
• clitree – Removes clitree.html (created by the save-cli
command)
• cores – Removes all core files
• dumps – Removes all dump files
• fw flows – Clears firewall sessions
• flows – Firewall established sessions
• panics – Removes all kernel panic files
• securitymgr flows – Securitymgr parameters
• flows [<0-349>|ge me1|sa|vlan|all] – Sessions
established
• <0-349> – Flow Index
• WORD – Interface name
• all – All established sessions
• vlan <1-4094> – VLAN
• me1 - Fast Ethernet interface
• sa <1-4> – Static Aggregate interface
• ge <1-4> – Gigabit Ethernet interface
• snooptable – Clear Static and Dynamic Snoop entries
• wireless – wireless related parameters
• mobile-unit association-statistics– Clears mobile unit
related parameters
• association-statistics – Clears association and
reassociation statistics
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copy tech-support
[<file>|<URL>]
[tftp|ftp|sftp]
Copies files for tech support purposes
• tech-support [<file>|<URL>] [tftp|ftp|sftp] – Copies
extensive system information useful to technical support
for troubleshooting.
• FILE – File to which to copy
• cf:/path/file
• usb1:/path/file
• usb2:/path/file
• URL– Target URL from which to copy
• tftp://<hostname:port or IP>/path/file
• ftp://<user>:<passwd>@
<hostname:port or IP>/path/file
• sftp://<user>@<hostname:port or IP>/path/file
dhcp-snoop-conflictdetection disable
IP Address, MAC Address conflict detection based on DHCP
Snoop Table
• disable – Disable packet drop based on conflict
detection
Common Commands
diag [enable|identify|
limit|period|
tech-support-period|
tech-support-url]
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Sets or displays switch diagnostic values
• enable – Enables in-service diagnostics
• fanduty <40-100> – CPU fan PWM duty cycle.
Set a value between 40-100%. Setting a value below 60
is considered unreliable.
• identify – Identifies a switch by flashing the LEDs
• limit [buffer|fan|filesys|inodesload|maxFDs
|pkbuffers|procRAM|ram|routechache|temperature] –
Diagnostic limit commands
• buffer [] – Configures the buffer usage warning limit.
The warning limit can be set to the buffer limit size of
[128|128k|16k|1k|256|2k|32|32k|4k|512|64|
64k|8k]
• fan <1-3> low <1000-150000> – Sets the fan speed
limit for the fans on the switch.
• low <1000-15000> – Sets limit value from 1000 to
15000
• filesys [etc2|flash|var] – Sets the file system
freespace limit
• inodes [etc2|flash|var] – Sets the file system inode
limit
• load [01|10|15] – Aggregate processor load
• maxFDs <0-32767> – Configures the maximum
number of file descriptors between 0 - 32767.
• pkbuffers <0-65535>– Sets the packet buffer head
cache limit between 0 - 65535.
• procRAM <0.0-100.0> – Configures the RAM space
used by a process. Set the percentage of RAM space
between 0.0 and 100.0 percent .
• ram <0.0-25.0> – Configures the free space for the
RAM. Configure the free space between 0.0 and 25.0
percent.
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• routecache <0-65535> – Configures IP route cache
usage. Set between 0 and 65553.
• temperature <1-6> [critical|high|low] – Sets the
number of temperature sensors for the switch.
• critical <0.0 - 250.0> – Critical temperature limit
• high <0.0 - 250.0> – high temperature limit
• low <0.0 - 250.0> – low temperature limit
• period <100-30000> – Configures the diagnostics period.
Set a value between 100-30000 milli seconds. The default
value is 1000 milliseconds.
diag-shell
Provides diag shell access
encrypt[secret|2|
<pass-phrase>|
<encryption-key>]
Encrypt password or key with secret
• secret – Encrypt passwords/keys with secret phrase
• 2 – Type of encryption SHA256-AES256
• <pass-phrase> – Passphrase for encryption
• <encryption-key> – Plaintext password or key to encrypt
firewall disable
Configures firewall parameters
• disable – Disable firewall
kill connection {<1-64>}
Kills a connection using ESPI Adapter index
• connection <1-64> – A single optional ESPI Adapter
index
Common Commands
pktcap on
[bridge|interface|router|
vpn]
[count|filter|verbose|
write]
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Packet capturing
• on – Defines the packet capture location
• bridge [count|hex|snap|verbose|write|filter] – Captures
packet at the bridge
• count <1-1000000> – Limits the captured packet count
• filter [<LINE>|arp|capwap|dst|ether|host|icmp|igmp|
ip|ip6|l2|l3|l4|net|not|port|src|tcp|udp|vlan|wlan] –
Filters packets based on specified criteria.
• <LINE> – Defines user defined packet capture filter
• arp – Match arp packets
• capwap – Match Capwap packets
• dst – Match IP destination
• ether – Ethernet
• host – Match IP address
• icmp – Match icmp packets
• igmp – Match igmp packets
• ip – Match IPV4 packets
• ip6 – Match IPV6 packets
• l2 – Match L2 header
• l3 – Match L3 header
• l4 – Match L4 header
• net – Match IP in subnet
• not – Logical not
• port – Match TCP or UDP port
• src – Match IP source
• tcp – Match TCP packets
• udp – Match UDP packets
• vlan – Match vlan
• wlan – Match wlan
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• verbose <1-1000000> – Displays full packet body
• filter – Captures the filter
• snap <1-1518>– Captured data length
• write [<FILE>|URL] – Captures to a file
• FILE – File to which to copy
• cf:/path/file
• usb1:/path/file
• usb2:/path/file
• URL– Target URL from which to copy
• tftp://<hostname:port or IP>/path/file
• ftp://<user>:<passwd>@
<hostname:port or IP>/path/file
• sftp://<user>@<hostname:port or IP>/path/file
• interface [<WORD>|ge|me1|sa|vlan] – Captures at an
interface
• WORD – Interface name
• ge <1-4> – Gigabit Ethernet interface
• me1 – Fast Ethernet interface
• sa <1-4> – Static Aggregate interface
• vlan <1-4094> – VLAN
• count – Limits capture packet count
• filter – Filters on criteria
• inbound – Captures inbound packets only
• outbound – Captures outbound packets only
• verbose – Displays full packet body
• write – Captures to a file
• snap – Captured data length
• hex – Show full packet body
• router [counter|filter|verbose|write|snap|hex] – Captures
packets at the router.
Common Commands
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•
•
•
•
•
•
count <1-1000000> – Limits capture packet count
filter – Captures filter
verbose – Displays full packet body
write – Captures to a file
snap <1-1518> – Captured data length
hex – Show full packet body
• count – Limits capture packet count
• filter – Captures the filter
• snap – Captured data length
• vpn – Captures at the VPN
• count – Limits capture packet count
• filter – Captures the filter
• inbound – Captures ingress direction only
• outbound – Captures egress direction only
• verbose – Displays full packet body
• write – Captures to a file
• snap – Captured data length
• hex – Show full packet body
• count – Limits capture packet count
• filter – Captures the filter
• snap – Captured data length
pm stop
Process Monitor
• stop – Stops the PM from monitoring all daemons
save-cli
Saves the CLI tree for all modes in HTML
securitymgr [disable|
disable-flow-rate-limit|
dump-core|
enable-http-stats]
Securitymgr parameters
• disable – Disables securitymgr
• disable-flow-rate-limit – Disables flow rate limiting
• dump-core – Creates a core file of the securitymgr
process
• enable-http-stats – Enables the securitymgr HTTP
statistics interface
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show [cli|
command-history|
crash-info|diag|fw|info|
ip|last-passwd|memory|
pm|process|
reboot-history|rtls|
securitymgr|smart-rf|
startup-log|
upgrade-history|
watchdog|wireless]
Displays running system information
• cli – Shows the CLI tree of the current mode
• command-history – Displays a command (except show
commands) history
• crash-info – Displays information about core, panic and
AP dump files
• diag [hardware|period|limits|stats|tech-support-period|
tech-support-url|top] – Displays diagnostics
• hardware – Displays the hardware system
configuration
• period – Displays the period (ms) for the in service
diagnostics
• limits – Displays limits value
• stats – Displays current diagnostics statistics
• tech-support-period – Displays the tech-support
period (minutes) for the in service diagnostics
• tech-support-url – Displays the tech-support-url
• top –Displays top processes
• fw flows – Firewall
• flows brief– Sessions Established
• brief – Summary of active flows
• info – Shows a snapshot of available support
information
• last-passwd – Displays the last password used to enter
the shell
• memory – Shows memory statistics
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• pm history – Process Monitor
• history [WORD|all] – Displays state changes for a
process, the time they happened and events
• WORD – Process name
• all – All processes
• process – Shows processes (sorted by memory usage)
• reboot-history – Shows a reboot history
• rtls [grid|location-history|rfid] – Locationing Configuration
• grid [all|x] – Displays RSSI values in grid
• all – Displays all grids
• x <0-9000> – Displays grid x coordinates
• y<0-9000> – Displays grid y coordinates
• location-history [events] – Displays location engine
history
• rfid [events]– RFID Configuration
• events <1-48> – Displays RFID reader events
• <1-48> – A single RFID reader index
• securitymgr – Security manager information displays
• smart-rf [ debug-config| sensitivity] – Smart-RF
Management commands
• debug-config – Displays smart-rf debug configuration
• sensitivity [mu|pattern|rates] – Displays sensitivity
table
• mu[<1-8192>|WORD]– for given mu
• <1-8192> – A single index
• WORD – MAC address of mu-cache entry to show
• pattern|rates – for common mu pattern
• startup-log – Shows the startup log
• upgrade-history – Shows an upgrade history
• watchdog – Shows the watchdog status
• wireless – Displays wireless parameters
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show securitymgr flows
Service Security Manager parameters
• flows [details|source] – Sessions established
• details – Shows detail flow statistics
• source [A.B.C.D|any] – Shows the source IP address
• [A.B.C.D|any] – Flows where source address is
A.B.C.D or flows with any source address
• destination [A.B.C.D|any] – Destination IP address
• [A.B.C.D|any] – Flows where the destination
address is A.B.C.D or flows with any destination
address
• protocol [any|icmp|tcp|udp] – Protocol type
• [any|icmp|tcp|udp] – Flows having any or icmp or
tcp or udp protocol
Common Commands
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smart-rf [clearDisplays Smart-RF Management Commands
history|load-from• clear-history– clears assignment history
file|replay|rescue|restore|
• load-from-file – load record from file
save-to-file|simulate]
• replay enable – set replay mode
• enable – enable replay mode
• rescue <MAC> – force rescue operation
• <MAC> – A single radio-mac-address, a single index
• restore <MAC> – remove any recovering operation on
given mode
• <MAC> – A single radio-mac-address a single index
• save-to-file – save records to file smart.bin
• simulate [coverage-hole|interference] – Simulate radio
events
• coverage-hole <1-4096> – Simulate coverage hole
• experienced-rate transmit-rate – Provide the
experienced rate in mbps
• transmit-rate [patter-11a|pattern-11b|
pattern-11bg|pattern-2-mbps] – Provide the
simulated MU’s allowed transmit rates in
hexadecimal format
• pattern-11a – 11a Unit
• pattern-11b – 11b Unit
• pattern-11bg – 11bg Unit
• pattern-2-mbps – 2 Mbps Unit
• interference <MAC> – Simulate interference on radio
• <MAC> – A single radio-mac-address, a single
index
start-shell
Provides shell access
test
Provides test parameters
undefine ecspec
<SPECNAME>
Undefines non active Event Cycle Specification
• ecspec <SPECNAME> – Name of ECSpecs configuration
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watchdog
Enables the switch watchdog
wireless [ap-history|
clear-ap-log
|custom-cli|dot11i|
dump-core|
enhanced-beacon-table|
enhanced-probe-table|
free-packet-watermark
|idle-radio-sendmulticast|
legacy-load-balance
|map-radios|
radio-misc-cfg
|rate-scale|
request-ap-log
|save-ap-log
|snmp-trap-throttle|
sync-radio-entries|
vlan-cache]
Wireless parameters
• ap-history [clear|enable] – Access-port history
• clear – Delete all history of all APs
• enable – Enable the tracking of AP history
• clear-ap-log <1-1024> – Clears the AP logs
• custom-cli [sh-wi-mobile-unit|sh-wi-radio] – Customize
the output of some summary cli commands in wireless
• sh-wi-mobile-unit [ap-locn|ap-name|channel|
dot11-type|ip|last-heard|mac|radio-bss|
radio-desc|radio-id|ssid|state|username|vlan
|wlan-desc|wlan-id|username] – Customize the output
of the "show wireless mobile-unit’ command
• ap-locn – The location of the AP where the
mobile-unit is associated
• ap-name – The name of the AP where the
mobile-unit is associated
• channel – The channel of the radio where the
mobile-unit is associated
• dot11-type –The dot11 radio type of the mobileunit
• ip – The IP address of the mobile-unit
• last-heard – the time when a packet was last
received from the mobile-unit
• mac – MAC address of mobile-unit
• radio-bss – the bssid of the radio where the
mobile-unit is associated
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• radio-desc – description of radio where the mobileunit is associated
• radio-id – The radio index to which the mobile-unit
is associated
• ssid – The ssid of the mobile-units wlan
• state – The current state of the mobile-unit
• username – The Radius username of the user
connected through this device (shown only if
applicable and available)
• vlan – The vlan-id assigned to the mobile-unit
• wlan-desc – The wlan description the mobile-unit is
using
• wlan-id – The wlan index the mobile-unit is using
• sh-wi-radio [adopt-info|ap-locn|ap-mac|
ap-name|bss|channel|dot11-type|num-mu|power|
radio-desc|radio-id|state] – Customize the output of
the "show wireless radio" command
• adopt-info – The adoption information about the
radio
• ap-locn – The location of the AP to which this radio
belongs
• ap-mac – The MAC address of AP to which the radio
belongs
• ap-name – The name of the AP to which this radio
belongs
• bss – The bssid of the radio
• channel –The configured and current channel of the
radio
• dot11-type – The the dot11 type (11a/11g etc) of the
radio
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• num-mu – The number of mobile devices associated
with this radio
• power – The configured and current transmit power
of the radio
• pref-id – The adoption preference id of the radio
• radio-desc – The description of the radio
• radio-id – The radio index in configuration
• state – The current operational state of the radio
• dot11i – modify dot11i service parameters
• dump-core – Creates a core file of the ccsrvr process
• enhanced-beacon-table [channel-set|enable|
erase-report|max-ap|scan-interval|scan-time]– Enhanced
beacon table for AP locationing.
• channel-set [a|an|b|bg|bgn] <1-200> – Adds channels
to the different radio types. Channel types are a, an, b,
bg, bgn. The channel number must be in the range 1 to
200.
• enable – Enables the Enhance Beacon Table feature for
AP locationing
• erase-report – Erases the reports for Enhanced Beacon
Table feature.
• max-ap <0-512> – Sets the maximum number of APs to
be recorded in the Enhanced Beacon Table. Set a value
in the range 0 -512.
• scan-interval <10-60>– The time duration between two
enhanced beacon table for AP locationing scans in
seconds.
• scan-time <100-1000>– The time duration of an
Enhanced Beacon Table scan in millisecond.s
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• enhanced-probe-table [enable|erase-report|max-mu|
preferred|window-time] – Enhanced probe table for MU
locationing.
• enable – Enables the Enhanced Probe Table feature for
MU locationing.
• erase-report – Erases the reports for Enhanced Probe
Table feature.
• max-mu <0-512> – Sets the maximum MUs in the
Enhance Probe Table report.
• preferred <MAC> – Add the MAC <MAC> to the
preferred MU list.
• window-time – Sets the Window Time for probe
collection in seconds to a value in the range 10 to 60
seconds.
• free-packet-watermark – It is free packets threshold. If
the percentage of free packets is lower than this number,
then additional packets will not be queued up in the
datapath
• idle-radio-send-multicast – Forward multicast packets to
radios without associated mobile units
• legacy-load-balance – Invoke legacy load balance
algorithm
• map-radios – Set radio-to-cpu mapping constant
• radio-misc-cfg – radio specific misc configuration U16 for
all radios
• rate-scale – Enable wireless rate scaling (default)
• request-ap-log – Request ap Log
• save-ap-log – Saves debug/error logs sent by the
access-port
• snmp-trap-throttle – Limits the number of SNMP traps
generated from the wireless module
• sync-radio-entries – sync radio configuration at cluster
levels
• vlan-cache – VLAN-cache mode
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service [advanced-vty|dhcp|diag|password-encryption|pm|
prompt|radius|redundancy|set|show|terminal-length|
watchdog]
service [advanced-vty|dhcp|watchdog]
service diag [enable|limit|period|tech-support-period|
tech-support-url]
service password-encryption secret 2 <pass-phrase>
service pm sys-restart
service prompt crash-info
service radius {restart}
service redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance start
service set [command-history|reboot-history|upgrade-history]
<10-100>
service show cli
service terminal-length <0-512>
Parameters (GLOBAL Config)
advanced-vty
Enables advanced mode vty interface
dhcp
Enables the DHCP server
diag[enable|limit|period|
tech-support-period|
tech-support-url]
Displays diagnostics
• enable – Enables in-service diagnostics
• limit – Diagnostic limit command
• period – Sets the diagnostics period
• tech-support-period – Sets diagnostics
tech-support-period
• tech-support-url – Sets the URL to use during auto
generated technical support dumps
password-encryption
[secret|2|<pass-phrase>
|<encryption-key>]
Encrypts passwords
• secret – Encrypts passwords/keys with a secret phrase
• 2 – Type of encryption SHA256-AES256
• <pass-phrase> – Passphrase for encryption
• <encryption-key> – Plaintext password or key to encrypt
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pm sys-restart
Process Monitor
• sys-restart – Enables the PM to restart the system when
a processes fails
prompt crash-info
Enable crash-info prompt
• crash-info – Enables a crash-info prompt
radius restart
Enable radius server
• restart – Restarts the radius server with an updated
configuration
redundancy dynamic-apload-balance start
Configure redundancy group parameters
• dynamic-ap-load-balance start – Enables the Dynamic
AP Load Balance feature
• start – Start dynamic AP load balance
set [command-history
|reboot-history|
upgrade-history]
Set service parameters.
• command-history <10-300> – Sets the size of the
command history (default is 200)
• reboot-history <10-100> – Sets the size of the reboot
history (default is 50)
• upgrade-history <10-100> – Sets the size of the upgrade
history (default is 50)
show
Shows running system information
• cli – Shows the CLI tree of the current mode
terminal-length <0-512>
System wide terminal length configuration
• <0-512> – Number of lines of VTY (0 means no line
control)
watchdog
Enables the watchdog
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Usage Guidelines
The service password-encryption set by the user cannot be disabled without knowing
the old password. Refer the note below for more clarification.
NOTE: The no service password-encryption command used to
disable the encryption, now requires the user to know the old
password. The user will have to enter the old password to disable the
encryption.
Earlier, using no service password-encryption disabled the
encryption and show running config displayed the passwords as
plaintext.
Now, the user has to user no service password-encryption <old
password key> to disable or change the password.
Example
RFSwitch#service diag ?
enable Enable in service diagnostics
led
LED control
limit diagnostic limit command
period Set diagnostics period
RFSwitch#service diag enable
RFSwitch#service diag led ?
1 1 - upper LED
2 2 - lower LED
RFSwitch#service diag led 1 ?
amber amber
blue blue
red red
RFSwitch#service diag led 1 amber ?
flashing LED Flashing
off
LED off
on
LED on.
RFSwitch#service
RFSwitch#service
RFSwitch#service
RFSwitch#service
diag
diag
diag
diag
led
led
led
led
1
1
1
1
amber flashing
amber flashing
blue on
red off
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RFSwitch#service diag led 2 amber flashing
RFSwitch#service diag limit ?
buffer
buffer usage warning limit
fan
Fan speed limit
filesys
file system freespace limit
load
agregate processor load
maxFDs
maximum number of file descriptors
pkbuffers packet buffer head cache
procRAM
percent RAM used by a process
ram
percent free RAM
routecache IP route cache usage
temperature temperature limit
RFSwitch#service diag limit buffer ?
128 128 byte buffer limit
128k 128k byte buffer limit
16k 16k byte buffer limit
1k 1k byte buffer limit
256 256 byte buffer limit
2k 2k byte buffer limit
32 32 byte buffer limit
32k 32k byte buffer limit
4k 4k byte buffer limit
512 512 byte buffer limit
64 64 byte buffer limit
64k 64k byte buffer limit
8k 8k byte buffer limit
RFSwitch>service show command-history
Configured size of command history is 200
Date & Time
User Location Command
===========================================================
May 31 21:57:44 2007 admin
vty 130
exit
May 31 20:30:11 2007 admin
vty 130
configure terminal
May 31 20:27:08 2007 admin
vty 130
enable
May 31 20:18:03 2007 admin
vty 130
exit
May 31 20:17:32 2007 admin
vty 130
configure terminal
May 31 20:17:26 2007 admin
vty 130
enable
May 31 18:32:42 2007 admin
con 0
ip address 10.10.10.2/
24
May 31 18:32:29 2007 admin
con 0
interface vlan 1
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May
May
May
May
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May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
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18:31:48
18:31:45
15:40:04
15:23:43
15:23:36
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
con
con
vty
con
con
0
0
131
0
0
configure terminal
enable
enable
exit
ip address 10.10.10.2/
29
29
29
29
29
25
25
24
24
23
23
23
21
21
15:23:19
15:23:19
15:23:03
15:22:48
15:22:45
21:32:27
21:32:21
18:34:36
18:34:21
19:07:35
19:06:59
14:36:09
16:37:13
16:34:36
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
admin
con
con
con
con
con
vty
vty
vty
vty
vty
vty
vty
vty
con
0
0
0
0
0
131
131
131
131
131
131
130
130
0
exit
exit
interface vlan 1
configure terminal
enable
configure terminal
enable
configure terminal
enable
configure terminal
enable
enable
enable
enable
RFSwitch>service show reboot-history
Configured size of reboot history is 50
Date & Time
Event
=====================================================
May 31 18:29:42 2007
startup
- - shutdown (ungraceful:unexpected cold restart)
May 31 15:42:23 2007
startup
- - shutdown (ungraceful:unexpected cold restart)
May 31 12:35:18 2007
startup
- - shutdown (ungraceful:unexpected cold restart)
May 30 17:15:13 2007
startup
- - shutdown (ungraceful:unexpected cold restart)
May 29 15:10:51 2007
startup
- - shutdown (ungraceful:unexpected cold restart)
May 28 20:06:31 2007
startup
- - shutdown (ungraceful:unexpected cold restart)
May 25 14:21:35 2007
startup
- - shutdown (ungraceful:unexpected cold restart)
May 24 14:20:09 2007
startup
- - shutdown (ungraceful:unexpected cold restart)
May 23 14:07:21 2007
startup
- - shutdown (ungraceful:unexpected cold
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2.2 show
Common Commands
Displays the settings for the specified system component. There are a number of ways to
invoke the show command:
• When invoked without any arguments, it displays information about the current
context. If the current context contains instances, the show command (usually)
displays a list of these instances.
• When invoked with the display_parameter, it displays information about that
component.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
show <parameter>
Parameters
Display
Parameters
Description
Mode
Example
autoinstall
Displays the autoinstall
configuration
Common
page 2-42
banner
Displays the message of the day
login banner
Common
page 2-43
commands
Displays command lists
Common
page 2-44
crypto
Displays current encryption details
Common
page 2-45
environment
Displays environmental information
Common
page 2-49
history
Displays the session command
history
Common
page 2-49
interfaces
Displays the current interface status
and configuration
Common
page 2-50
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Display
Parameters
Description
Mode
Example
ip
Displays the internet protocol
Common
page 2-52
ldap
Displays the LDAP server
configuration
Common
page 2-59
licenses
Displays the installed licenses, if
any
Common
page 2-61
logging
Displays the logging configuration
and buffer
Common
page 2-62
mac
Displays the media access control IP
configuration
Common
page 2-63
mac-addresstable
Displays the MAC address table
Common
page 2-64
management
Displays L3 management interface
name
Common
page 2-65
mobility
Displays mobility parameters
Common
page 2-66
ntp
Displays network time protocol
information
Common
page 2-69
port-channel
Displays port channel commands
Common
page 2-71
power
Displays power over ethernet
command
Common
page 2-72
privilege
Displays the current privilege level
Common
page 2-73
radius
Displays RADIUS configuration
commands
Common
page 2-74
redundancy
dynamic-ap-loadbalance
Display configuration details for
dynamic AP Load Balance
Common
page 2-75
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Display
Parameters
Description
Mode
Example
redundancy group
Displays redundancy group
parameters
Common
page 2-76
redundancyhistory
Displays the state transition history
of the switch
Common
page 2-79
redundancy members
Displays redundancy group
members in detail
Common
page 2-80
rtls
Displays Real Time Location System
(RTLS) commands
Common
page 2-81
smtp-notification
Displays trap enable flags (new)
Common
page 2-84
snmp
Displays SNMP engine parameters
Common
page 2-86
snmp-server
Displays SNMP engine parameters
Common
page 2-87
spanning-tree
Displays the spanning tree
information
Common
page 2-90
static-channelgroup
Displays static channel group
membership information
Common
page 2-92
terminal
Displays terminal configuration
parameters
Common
page 2-93
timezone
Displays the timezone
Common
page 2-94
traffic-shape
Displays traffic shaping
configuration
Common
page 2-95
users
Displays information about terminal
lines
Common
page 2-96
version
Displays software and hardware
version information
Common
page 2-97
wireless
Displays wireless configuration
commands
Common
page 2-98
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Display
Parameters
Description
Mode
Example
wlan-acl
Displays WLAN ACL information
Common
page 2-112
access-list
Displays the access list Internet
Protocol (IP) configuration
Privilege/
page 2-113
Global Config
aclstats
Displays ACL statistics
Privilege/
page 2-114
Global Config
alarm-log
Displays all the alarms currently in
the system
Privilege/
page 2-115
Global Config
boot
Displays the boot configuration
Privilege/
page 2-116
Global Config
clock
Displays the system clock
Privilege/
page 2-117
Global Config
debugging
Displays the current debugging
settings
Privilege/
page 2-118
Global Config
dhcp
Displays DHCP server
configurations
Privilege/
page 2-119
Global Config
file
Displays filesystem information
Privilege/
page 2-120
Global Config
ftp
Displays the FTP server
configuration
Privilege/
page 2-121
Global Config
passwordencryption
Displays password encryption data
Privilege/
page 2-122
Global Config
running-config
Displays the current operating
configuration
Privilege/
page 2-123
Global Config
securitymgr
Displays debug information for ACL,
VPN and NAT
Privilege/
page 2-127
Global Config
sessions
Displays currently open and active
connections
Privilege/
page 2-128
Global Config
Common Commands
Display
Parameters
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Description
Mode
Example
startup-config
Displays the content of the startup
configuration
Privilege/
page 2-129
Global Config
upgrade-status
Displays the status of the last image
upgrade
Privilege/
page 2-131
Global Config
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC
names for this device
Privilege/
page 2-132
Global Config
access-list
Displays the access list information
Privilege/
page 2-133
Global Config
aclstats
Displays the ACL statistics for a
particular WLAN
Privilege/
page 2-134
Global Config
alarm-log
Displays the alarm log on the device Privilege
page 2-135
firewall
Displays wireless firewall
Common
page 2-137
role
Configures role parameters
Common
page 2-138
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2.2.1 autoinstall
Common to all modes
Displays the autoinstall configuration information.
Syntax
show autoinstall status
Parameters
status
Displays status of autoinstall
Example
RFSwitch>show autoinstall
RFSwitch>feature enabled
URL
config
yes
--not-set-cluster cfg yes
--not-set-image
yes
--not-set-expected image version --not-set-RFSwitch>
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2.2.2 banner
Common to all modes
Displays the message of the day string. This string can be used to alert the user to specific
information that might be of interest.
Syntax
show banner motd
Parameters
motd
Displays the Message of the Day banner
Example
RFSwitch>show banner motd
Welcome to CLI
RFSwitch>
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2.2.3 commands
Common to all modes
Displays the available commands for the current mode.
Syntax
RFSwitch>show commands
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#show commands
acknowledge alarm-log (all|<1-65535>)
acknowledge alarm-log (all|<1-65535>)
archive tar /create (FILE|URL) .FILE
archive tar /create (FILE|URL) .FILE
archive tar /table (FILE|URL)
archive tar /table (FILE|URL)
archive tar /xtract (FILE|URL) DIR
archive tar /xtract (FILE|URL) DIR
cd (DIR|)
cd (DIR|)
change-passwd
clear aclstats
clear alarm-log (new|all|acknowledged|<1-65535>)
clear alarm-log (new|all|acknowledged|<1-65535>)
clear alarm-log (new|all|acknowledged|<1-65535>)
clear alarm-log (new|all|acknowledged|<1-65535>)
clear arp-cache
clear crypto ipsec sa (A.B.C.D |)
clear crypto ipsec sa (A.B.C.D |)
clear crypto isakmp sa ( A.B.C.D |)
clear crypto isakmp sa ( A.B.C.D |)
clear ip dhcp binding (*|A.B.C.D)
.....................................................(contd)
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2.2.4 crypto
Common to all modes
Displays the encryption mode information.
Syntax
show crypto[ipsec|isakmp|key|map|pki]
show crypto ipsec[sa|
security-association|transformset]
show crypto isakmp[policy <1-10000>|sa]
show crypto keymy pubkey rsa
show crypto map[interface <interface-name>|tag <tag-name>]
show crypto pki[request <trustpoint-name>|trustpoints]
Parameters
ipsec
[sa|securityassociation
|transformset]
Displays the IPSEC policy
• sa – IPSec security association
• security-association lifetime – Security association
• lifetime – Defines the lifetime
• transformset <name> – Transformset
• <name> – Defines the transform set name or all
transform sets
isakmp
[policy <1-10000>|sa]
Displays ISAKMP policies
• policy <1-10000> – Displays the priority of all the isakmp
policies
• sa – All crypto ISAKMP security associations
key mypubkey rsa
Displays authentication key management
• mypubkey rsa – Shows the public keys associated with
the switch
• rsa – Displays the RSA public keys
map [interface|tag]
Displays crypto maps
• interface <interface-name> – Sets crypto maps for an
interface
• tag <tag-name> – Sets crypto maps with a given tag
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pki [request|trustpoints]
Displays Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) commands
• request <trustpoint-name> – Displays the certificate
requests
• trustpoints – Displays the trustpoints and their
configuration
Usage Guidelines
The security engine periodically updates the IPSec and Isakamp statistics (every 60
seconds)
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show crypto pki request tptest
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST----MIIB2zCCAUQCAQAwaDELMAkGA1UEBhMCaW4xEjAQBgNVBAgTCWthcm5hdGFr
YTES
MBAGA1UEBxMJYmFuZ2Fsb3JlMQ8wDQYDVQQKEwZzeW1ib2wxDDAKBgNVBAsT
A3dp
ZDESMBAGA1UEAxMJdGVzdC1jZXJ0MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCB
iQKB
gQC3qisZdTn7rKzv5TrGtKt7fwMwaYpgehyl52I4fDLZYY/
WTTTJFyKwW6s+Pq2R
mM9oiqX8mCZeSEIJIATpAVT2M5Ukb4Br9YQDcWHs84oXRJxKPeZ3WscBld2s
oPvK
ui1LoizZH9iqawmkXED1TFMBbDWiOcfnqQKn8Tddeax/
JQIDAQABoDMwMQYJKoZI
hvcNAQkOMSQwIjALBgNVHQ8EBAMCBLAwEwYDVR0lBAwwCgYIKwYBBQUHAwEw
DQYJ
KoZIhvcNAQEEBQADgYEAoJMylm3aaY1CnkOO5TbxB+qL4F4MKL6+o/
m0yRPqy/2S
gkk/
OwxHvc3TbA9WjbKkFWIDyqU7X0d+c8f9KogwxDwWHll2IBiTCtBAq6hpgKOv
Um9GFvMFps9XVkKtYttN3fer9tA+6xY9CKlr12mNGOYFHyVjMc3Pic0ODFiP
HAU=
-----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST----RFSwitch(config)#show crypto pki trustpoints
Trustpoint :default-trustpoint
----------------------------------------------Server certificate configured
Common Commands
Subject Name:
Common Name:
Symbol Technologies
Issuer Name:
Common Name:
Symbol Technologies
Valid From: Sep 13 16:14:49 2006 GMT
Valid Until: Sep 13 16:14:49 2007 GMT
Trustpoint :tptest
----------------------------------------------CA certificate configured
Subject Name:
Common Name:
monarch
Organizational Unit: wid
Organization:
symbol
Location:
bangalore
State:
karnataka
Country:
in
email:
testuser@domain.com
Issuer Name:
Common Name:
monarch
Organizational Unit: wid
Organization:
symbol
Location:
bangalore
State:
karnataka
Country:
in
email:
testuser@domain.com
Valid From: Sep 11 05:48:52 2006 GMT
Valid Until: Sep 11 05:48:52 2007 GMT
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2.2.5 environment
Common to all modes
Displays the environmental information such as fan speed, ambient temperature inside
the switch and CPU temperature.
Syntax
show environment
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>show environment
upwind of CPU temperature : 30.0 C
CPU die temperature : 49.0 C
left side temperature : 29.0 C
by FPGA temperature : 28.0 C
front right temperature : 26.0 C
front left temperature : 26.0 C
fan 1 fan
: 6480 rpm
fan 2 fan
: 6600 rpm
fan 3 fan
: 6420 rpm
RFSwitch>
Common Commands
2.2.6 history
Common to all modes
Displays the command history
Syntax
show history
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>show history
1 admin
2 enable
3 con ter
4 exit
5 show autoinstall
6 con ter
7 show autoinstall
8 show banner
9 show banner motd
10 show command
11 show crypto
12 show environment
13 show history
RFSwitch>
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2.2.7 interfaces
Common to all modes
Displays the status of the different switch interfaces
Syntax
show interfaces [WORD|ge|me1|sa|switchport|vlan]
Parameters
show interfaces
[WORD|ge|me1|sa|
switchport|vlan]
Displays the interface name
• WORD– Displays interface name
• ge – Displays Gigabit Ethernet interface information
• me1 – Displays fast ethernet information
• sa – Displays Static Aggregate information
• switchport – Displays native VLAN(s) and allowed VLAN
information on switch ports
• vlan[WORD|ge|me1| sa|vlan <1-4094> – Displays VLAN
interface details
Usage Guidelines
Use the show interface command to display the administrative and operational status
of all the interfaces or a specified interface
Example
RFSwitch#show interfaces eth 1
Interface eth1
Hardware Type Ethernet, Interface Mode Layer 2, address is
00-a0-f8-65-ea-8e
index=2001, metric=1, mtu=1500, (HAL-IF)
<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST>
Speed: Admin Auto, Operational 10M, Maximum 1G
Duplex: Admin Auto, Operational Half
Switchport Settings: Mode: Access, Access Vlan: 2100
input packets 0, bytes 0, dropped 0, multicast packets 0
input errors 0, length 0, overrun 0, CRC 0, frame 0, fifo
0, missed 0
output packets 0, bytes 0, dropped 0
output errors 0, aborted 0, carrier 0, fifo 0, heartbeat
0, window 0
Common Commands
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch(config)#show interfaces switchport eth1
Interface eth1
Switchport Settings: Mode: Access, Access Vlan: 2100
RFSwitch(config)#show interfaces switchport vlan1
Interface vlan1
Switchport Settings: Mode: Access, Access Vlan: 0
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2.2.8 ip
Common to all modes
Displays Internet Protocol (IP) related information
Syntax
show ip [access-group|arp|ddns|dhcp|
dhcp-vendor-options|domain-name|dos|http|igmp|interface|
name-server|nat|route|routing|ssh|telnet]
show ip access-group [<interface-name>|all|ge|me1|role|sa|
vlan <1-4094>]
show ip arp
show ip ddnsbinding
show ip dhcp[binding|class|pool|sharednetwork|snoop]
show ip dhcp-vendor-options
show ip domain-name
show ip dos [config|stats]
show ip http [secure-server|server]
show ip igmp snooping [mrouter|querier|vlan]
show ip interface [<interface-name>|brief|ge|me1|sa|vlan]
show ip name-server
show ip nat [interfaces|translations]
show ip nat translations [inside|outside|verbose]
show ip nat translations inside [source|destination]
show ip nat translations outside [source|destination]
show ip route [<IP>|<IP-prefix-len>|detail]
show ip routing
show ip ssh
show ip telnet
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Parameters
access-group
[<interface-name>
|all|ge|me1|role|sa|>
|vlan <1-4094>]
Displays the ACLs attached to an interface
• <interface-name> – Enter the name of the interface to
which the ACL is associated. access-group lists the
details of the ACLs configured on the particular Layer 3
or Layer 2 interface.
• vlan <1-4094> – Enter the name of the VLAN interface to
which the ACL is associated
• all – Display ACLs attached on all interfaces
• ge <1-4> – Gigabit Ethernet interface
• me1– FastEthernet interface
• role <role-name> – Specify role name
• sa <1-4> – Static Aggregate interface
arp
Displays existing entries in the Address Resolution Protocol
(ARP) table
ddns binding
Displays the DDNS configuration
• binding – DNS address bindings
dhcp [binding|class|pool
|sharednetwork|snoop]
Displays the DHCP server configuration
• binding manual – DNS address bindings
• manual – Static DHCP Address Bindings class –
Configures the DHCP server class
• pool – DHCP pool designation
• sharednetwork – Shared network information
• snoop table – Snoop Table entries
dhcp-vendor-options
DHCP Option 43 parameters received from DHCP server
domain-name
Displays domain name information
dos [config|stats]
Denial of Service configuration
• config – Displays ip dos configuration
• stats – Displays ip dos stats
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http
[secure-server|server]
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
• secure-server – Secure HTTP server
• server – HTTP server
interface [<interfacename>|brief|ge|me1|sa|
vlan]
Use the show ip interface command to display the
administrative and operational status of all Layer-3
interfaces or a specified Layer-3 interface.
• <interface-name> – Interface name
• brief – Brief summary of the IP status and its
configuration
• vlan <1-4094> – VLAN Interface
• ge <1-4>– GigabitEthernet interface
• me1– FastEthernet interface
• sa <1-4> – Static Aggregate interface
igmp snooping
[mrouter|querier|vlan]
Displays Internet Group Management Protocol
• snooping – IGMP Snooping
• mrouter – Displays Multicast Router
• querier – Configure IGMP querier
• vlan [ <1-4094>|<vlan-list>] – Identify the vlan to use
name-server
Displays static and dynamic name-server entries
nat
[interfaces|translations]
Displays Network Address Translation
• interfaces – Displays NAT Configuration on interfaces
• translations [inside|outside|verbose] – Displays NAT
translations
• inside [source|destination]– Inside
• outside [source|destination] – Outside
• source – Displays Source
• destination – Displays Destination
• verbose – Displays NAT Translations in real-time
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route [<IP>|<IP/Mask>
|detail]
Display IP routing table entries
• <IP> – Network in the IP routing table
• <IP/Mask> – Number of valid bits in the network prefix
IP prefix <network>/<length>, e.g., 35.0.0.0/8
• detail – Displays the IP routing table in detail
routing
IP routing status
ssh
Secured Shell (SSH) server
telnet
Telnet server
Usage Guidelines
1. The interface and VLAN status is displayed as UP regardless of a disconnection. In
such a case, shutdown the VLAN.
a. Check the status of an interface and VLAN using:
RFSwitch(config)#show ip interface brief
Interface
IP-Address
Status
vlan1
157.235.208.69(DHCP) up
vlan3
unassigned
up
RFSwitch(config)#
Protocol
up
up
If the stauts of the VLAN is UP (even if eth1/eth2 is disconnected), shutdown the
VLAN associated with eth1 using:
RFSwitch(config-if)#show ip interface vlan 3 brief
Interface
IP-Address
Status
Protocol
vlan3
unassigned
up
up
RFSwitch(config-if)#shutdown
b. Check the stauts. Note that the VLAN has now been disassociated and the status
is DOWN.
RFSwitch(config)#show ip interface brief
Interface
IP-Address
Status
Protocol
vlan1
157.235.208.69(DHCP) up
up
vlan3
unassigned
administratively down down
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2. The above example could also occur when a DHCP interface is disconnected. DHCP is
not effected though, because it runs on a virtual interface and not on a physical
interface. In this case, it is the physical interface that is disconnected not the virtual
interface. When the ethernet interface comes back up, it will restart the DHCP client
on any virtual interfaces (SVIs) of which the physical interface is a member port. This
ensures if the interface was disconnected and reconnected to a different interface, it
obtains a new IP address, route, name server, domain name etc.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show ip access-group eth 1
Interface eth1
Inbound IP Access List :
Inbound MAC Access List :
RFSwitch(config)#show ip access-group vlan 1
Interface vlan1
Inbound IP Access List :
RFSwitch(config)#show ip access-group eth2
Interface eth2
Inbound IP Access List :
Inbound MAC Access List :
RFSwitch#show ip dhcp binding
IP
MAC/Client-Id
Type
-----------------
Expiry Time
-----------
RFSwitch(config)#show ip dhcp class
!
ip dhcp class TestClass2
option user-class MC900
!
ip dhcp class BlahBlahBlah
!
ip dhcp class ClassNameTest
option user-class UserClassTest
!
ip dhcp class TestDHCPclass
!
ip dhcp class Add-DHCP-class1
!
ip dhcp class MonarchDHCPclas
option user-class MC9000
Common Commands
!
ip dhcp class RFSwitchDHCPclass
option user-class MC800
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch#show ip dhcp pool
!
ip dhcp pool pl
!
ip dhcp pool pool1
domain-name test.com
bootfile 123
network 10.10.10.0/24
address range 10.10.10.2 10.10.10.30
!
ip dhcp pool poo110
next-server 1.1.1.1
netbios-node-type b-node
RFSwitch#show ip dhcp-vendor-options
Server Info:
Firmware Image File:
Config File:
Cluster Config File:
RFSwitch#show ip domain-name
IP domain-lookup : Enable
Domain Name : motorola.com
RFSwitch#show ip http server
HTTP server: Running
Config status: Enabled
RFSwitch#show ip http secure-server
HTTP secure server: Running
Config status: Enabled
Trustpoint: default-trustpoint
RFSwitch#show ip interface brief
Interface
IP-Address
Status
Protocol
vlan1
157.235.208.233 (DHCP)up up
tunnel1
unassigned
up
up
RFSwitch#show ip interface tunnel 1 ?
brief Brief summary of IP status and configuration
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RFSwitch#show ip interface tunnel 1 brief
Interface
IP-Address
Status
Protocol
tunnel1
unassigned
up
up
RFSwitch#show ip interface vlan 1 brief
Interface
IP-Address
Status
Protocol
vlan1
157.235.208.233 (DHCP)up up
RFSwitch#show ip name-server
157.235.3.195
dynamic
157.235.3.196
dynamic
RFSwitch#show ip routing
IP routing is on
RFSwitch(config)#show ip route detail
Codes: K - kernel/icmp, C - connected, S - static, D - DHCP
> - Active route, - Next-hop in FIB, p - stale info
S
S
S
S
1.1.0.0/16 [1/0]
1.1.1.0/24 [1/0]
10.0.0.0/8 [1/0]
157.235.208.0/24
via 1.1.1.1 inactive
via 1.1.1.2 inactive
via 10.10.10.10 inactive
[1/0] via 157.235.208.246 inactive
RFSwitch#show ip ssh
SSH server: enabled
Status: running
Keypair name: default_ssh_rsa_key
Port: 22
RFSwitch#show ip telnet
Telnet server: enabled
Status: running
Port: 23
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2.2.9 ldap
Common to all modes
Displays LDAP information
Syntax
show ldap configuration [primary|secondary]
Parameters
ldap configuration
[primary|secondary]
Displays LDAP information.
• Configuration [primary|secondary] – Sets the LDAP
configuration server parameters
• primary – Defines the Primary LDAP server
• secondary – Defines the Secondary LDAP server
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#show ldap configuration
LDAP Server Config Details
Primary LDAP Server configuration
IP Address
: 10.10.10.1
Port
: 369
Login
:
(sAMAccountName=%{Stripped-User-Name:-%{User-Name}})
Bind DN
:
cn=kumar,ou=symbol,dc=activedirectory,dc=com
Base DN
: ou=symbol,dc=activedirectory,dc=com
Password
: 0 symbol@123
Password Attribute
: UserPassword
Group Name
: cn
Group Membership Filter:
(&(objectClass=group)(member=%{Ldap-UserDn}))
Group Member Attr
: radiusGroupName
Net timeout
: 1 second(s)
Secondary LDAP
IP Address
Port
Login
: 10.10.10.5
: 369
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(sAMAccountName=%{Stripped-User-Name:-%{User-Name}})
Bind DN
:
cn=kumar,ou=symbol,dc=activedirectory,dc=com
Base DN
: ou=symbol,dc=activedirectory,dc=com
Password
: 0 symbol@123
Password Attribute
: UserPassword
Group Name
: cn
Group Membership Filter:
(&(objectClass=group)(member=%{Ldap-UserDn}))
Group Member Attr
: radiusGroupName
Net timeout
: 1 second(s)
Common Commands
2.2.10 licenses
Common to all modes
Displays the different licenses installed on the switch
Syntax
show licenses
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show licenses
feature usage license string
license value
AP
2FFD7fE9 CD016155 14A92C70 48
1
usage
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2.2.11 logging
Common to all modes
Displays logging status and other information
Syntax
show logging
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show logging
Logging module: enabled
Aggregation time: disabled
Console logging: level debugging
Buffered logging: level informational
Syslog logging: level debugging
Facility: local7
Logging to: 157.235.203.37
Logging to: 10.0.0.2
Log Buffer (6520 bytes):
Sep 14 19:11:59 2006: %DAEMON-6-INFO: radiusd[4643]: Ready
to process requests.
Sep 14 19:11:58 2006: %PM-5-PROCSTOP: Process "radiusd" has
been stopped
Sep 14 18:51:14 2006: %CC-5-RADIOADOPTED: 11a radio on AP
00-A0-F8-BF-8A-A2 adopted
Sep 14 18:51:14 2006: %CC-5-RADIOADOPTED: 11bg radio on AP
00-A0-F8-BF-8A-A2 adopted
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2.2.12 mac
Common to all modes
Shows all MAC information with respect to groups and access lists
Syntax
show mac [access-list|access-group]
show mac access-group [<interface>|all|ge <1-4>|
me1|sa <1-4>|vlan <1-4094>]
Parameters
mac [access-list
access-group]
Displays MAC information
• access-list – Displays existing MAC access lists
• access-group [<Interface>|all|ge <1-4>|
me1|sa <1-4>|vlan<1-4094>] – Displays MACs access
control lists (ACLs) attached the specified interface
where:
• <interface> – Name of the interface
• all interfaces
• ge <1-4> – The specified Gigabit interface
• me1 – The fast ethernet interface
• sa <1-4> – The specified Static Aggregate interface
• vlan <1-4094> – VLAN
• <1-4094> – Displays VID
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show mac access-list
RFSwitch(config)#show mac access-group all
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2.2.13 mac-address-table
Common to all modes
Displays the MAC address table entries
Syntax
show mac-address-table
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show mac-address-table
Bridge
VLAN Port
Mac
Fwd
------------ ---- ------------ -------------- --1
10 ge1
00a0.f865.ea8f 1
1
10 ge1
0015.7038.0653 1
1
10 ge1
0015.7014.fec4 1
1
10 ge1
0015.7041.9f7f 1
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2.2.14 management
Common to all modes
Displays the L3 management interface name
Syntax
show management
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>show management
Mgmt Interface: vlan1
Management access permitted via any vlan interface
RFSwitch>
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2.2.15 mobility
Common to all modes
Displays the mobility parameters
Syntax
show mobility [event-log|forwarding|global|
mobile-unit|peer|statistics]
show mobility event-log [mobile-unit|peer]
show mobility forwarding <MAC>
show mobility mobile-unit [MAC>|detail]
show mobility peer [<IP>|detail]
show mobility statistics <MAC>
Parameters
event-log[
mobile-unit|peer]
Displays mobility event logs
• mobile-unit – MU event logs
• peer – Peer event logs
forwarding <MAC>
Displays and defines mobile units in the forwarding plane
• <MAC> – MAC address of the mobile unit
global
Displays and defines global mobility parameters
mobile-unit [<MAC>|
detail]
Mobile units in the mobility database
• <MAC> – MAC address of the mobile unit
• detail – Displays detailed information
peer [<IP>|detail]
Mobility peers
• <IP> – IP address of Peer
• detail – Displays detailed peer information
statistics <MAC>
Mobility statistics
• <MAC> – MAC address of the mobile unit
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show mobility ?
event-log Event Log
forwarding Mobile-unit information in the forwarding plane
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global
Global Mobility parameters
mobile-unit Mobile-units in the Mobility Database
peer
Mobility peers
statistics Mobile-unit Statistics
RFSwitch(config)#show mobility event-log mobile-unit
Time
Event
Evt-Src-IP
MU-Mac
MU-IP
HS-IP
CS-IP
09/14 19:17:52 IP-UPD-MU n/a
00-0f-3d-e9-a6-54
157.235.208.134 157.235.208.16 157.235.208.16
09/14 19:17:51 ADD-MU
n/a
00-0f-3d-e9-a6-54 0.0.0.0
157.235.208.16 157.235.208.16
09/14 19:17:51 DEL-MU
n/a
00-0f-3d-e9-a6-54 0.0.0.0
157.235.208.16 157.235.208.16
09/14 19:17:50 ADD-MU
n/a
00-0f-3d-e9-a6-54 0.0.0.0
157.235.208.16 157.235.208.16
RFSwitch>show mobility forwarding
Mobility Forwarding-plane Information
State: HS : Home-switch
CS : Current-switch
!HS: Not Home-switch !CS: Not Current-switch
Mac-Address
IP-Address
State HS-Vlan Tunnel
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show mobility global
Mobility Global Parameters
Admin Status
: DISABLED
Operational-Status
: DISABLED (Admin-status is
DISABLED)
Local Address
: 10.10.10.2 (mgmt-vlan)
Port Number
: 58788
Max Roam Period
: 5 sec
Number of Peers
: 0 (established=0)
Number of MUs
: 0 (Home=0, Foreign=0, Deletepend=0)
L3-Mobility enabled WLANs
: NONE
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch(config)#show mobility mobile-unit detail
HOME MU Database: Total=1
MU MAC-Address: 00-0f-3d-e9-a6-54, IP-Address:
157.235.208.134,
SSID=wios_rad_test1
Home-Switch: 157.235.208.16, Current-Switch:
157.235.208.16, HS-VLAN=1
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Foreign MU Database: Total=0
RFSwitch(config)#show mobility peer detail
Mobility Peers: Total=1, Established=0
Peer: 1.1.1.1, State: PASSIVE-CONNECTING
Join-Sent : 0
Join-Rcvd : 0
Leave-Sent : 0
Leave-Rcvd
: 0
Rehome-Sent: 0
Rehome-Rcvd: 0
L3roam-Sent: 0
L3roamRcvd: 0
Num-flaps : 0
Connect-retries: 0 Peer-Uptime: 0 days,
00:00:00
RFSwitch(config)#show mobility statistics
MU <00-0f-3d-e9-a6-54> Mob-State HS_AND_CS
----------------------------------------------Inter|Rx
|Tx
face
|unicast MC
BC
Error
|unicast
BC
Error
wlan_port
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
MC
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2.2.16 ntp
Common to all modes
Displays NTP protocol information
Syntax
show ntp [association|status]
Parameters
ntp [association
detail|status]
Displays the Network Time Protocol (NTP) configuration
• association detail – Displays existing NTP associations
• detail – Displays NTP association details
• status – Displays NTP status
Example
RFSwitch>show ntp associations
address
ref clock
st when poll reach delay offset
disp
* master (synced), # master (unsynced), + selected, candidate, ~ configured
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show ntp status
Clock is synchronized, stratum 0, actual frequency is 0.0000
Hz, precision is 2**0
reference time is 00000000.00000000 (Feb 07 06:28:16 UTC
2036)
clock offset is 0.000 msec, root delay is 0.000 msec
root dispersion is 0.000 msec,
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch(config)#show ntp associations detail
157.235.208.105 configured, sane, valid, leap_sub, stratum
16
ref ID INIT, time 00000000.00000000 (Feb 07 06:28:16 UTC
2036)
our mode client, peer mode unspec, our poll intvl 6, peer
poll intvl 10
root delay 0.00 msec, root disp 0.00, reach 000,
delay 0.00 msec, offset 0.0000 msec, dispersion 0.00
precision 2**-20,
org time 00000000.00000000 (Feb 07 06:28:16 UTC 2036)
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rcv time 00000000.00000000 (Feb 07 06:28:16 UTC 2036)
xmt time c8b42a7e.6eb04252 (Sep 14 19:22:38 UTC 2006)
filtdelay = 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
RFSwitch>show ntp status
Clock is synchronized, stratum 0, actual frequency is 0.0000
Hz, precision is 2^0
reference time is 00000000.00000000 (Feb 07 06:28:16 UTC
2036)
clock offset is 0.000 msec, root delay is 0.000 msec
root dispersion is 0.000 msec,
RFSwitch>
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2.2.17 port-channel
Common to all modes
Displays port-channel load-balance information
• RFS7000
SWITCH NOTE: This command is not supported on:
• RFS6000
Syntax
show port-channel load-balance
Parameters
load-balance
Displays the existing load balancing configuration
Example
RFSwitch>show port-channel load-balance
RFSwitch>
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2.2.18 power
Common to all modes
Displays the power configuration and status for the RFS6000 switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: This command is not supported on:
• RFS7000
Syntax
show power [configuration|status]
Parameters
configuration
Displays configuration of power over ethernet
status
Displays status of power over ethernet
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show power configuration
Power usage trap at 80% of max power (148 of 185 Watts)
port Priority Power
ge1 high
29.7W
ge2 high
29.7W
ge3 high
29.7W
ge4 high
29.7W
ge5 high
29.7W
ge6 high
29.7W
ge7 high
29.7W
ge8 high
29.7W
limit Enabled
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
POE firmware version 01f6 build 4
RFSwitch(config)#
Common Commands
2.2.19 privilege
Common to all modes
Displays the privileges of the current user
Syntax
show privilege
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>show privilege
Current user privilege: superuser
RFSwitch>
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2.2.20 radius
Common to all modes
Displays RADIUS status and information
Syntax
show radius [configuration|eap configuration|group|
nas A.B.C.D/M|proxy|rad-user|trust-point]
Parameters
radius [configuration|
eap configuration group|
nas <IP/Mask>|proxy|
rad-user|trust-point]
Displays RADIUS configuration commands
• configuration – RADIUS server configuration
parameters
• eap configuration – Displays and defines the EAP
configuration
• group – Displays the RADIUS group configuration
• nas <IP/Mask> – Defines a client IP address and mask
• proxy – Lists proxy information
• rad-user – Displays RADIUS user information
• trust-point – Defines the RADIUS trust-point
configuration
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show radius proxy
Proxy Details
_____________
Proxy retry delay : 6 seconds
Proxy retry count : 4
Proxy Realm Details
___________________
Realm : symbol.com
IP Address : 10.10.10.5
Port
: 1812
Shared secret : 0 secret123
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2.2.21 redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance
Common to all modes
Displays the configuration for the Dynamic AP Load Balancing feature
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
show redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance config
Parameters
config
Displays configuration details for dynamic AP load balance
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance config
Dynamic AP Load Balance Configuration:
Load balance
: Enabled
Load balance trigger : Schedule
Dynamic AP Load Balance Schedule:
Schedule first-time : Sun Jun 1 00:00:00 2008
Schedule interval
: 1 day(s)
Per AP MU Threshold
RFSwitch(config)#
: 32
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2.2.22 redundancy -group
Common to all modes
This command displays the switch’s IP address, number of active neighbors, group license,
installed license, cluster AP adoption count, switch adoption count, hold time, discovery
time, heartbeat interval, cluster id and switch mode.
In a cluster, this command displays the redundancy runtime and configuration of the
“self-switch”. Use config to view only configuration information and/or runtime
parameters.
Syntax
show redundancy -group [config|runtime]
Parameters
redundancy -group
[config | runtime]
Displays redundancy runtime and configuration details.
• config – Displays configured redundancy group
information
• runtime – Displays runtime redundancy group
information
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show redundancy -group
Redundancy Group Configuration Detail
Redundancy Feature
: Disabled
Redundancy group ID
: 1
Redundancy Mode
: Primary
Redundancy Interface IP
: 0.0.0.0
Number of configured peer(s)
: 0
Heartbeat-period
: 5 Seconds
Hold-period
: 15 Seconds
Discovery-period
: 30 Seconds
Handle STP
: Disabled
Switch Installed License
: 48
Switch running image version
: 3.1.0.0-008D
Auto-revert-period
: 5 mins
Auto-revert Feature
: Disabled
DHCP-Server Redundancy
: Disabled
Redundancy Group Runtime Information
Common Commands
Redundancy Protocol Version
: 2.0
Redundancy Group License
: 0
Cluster AP Adoption Count
: Not Applicable
Switch AP Adoption Count
: Not Applicable
Redundancy State
: Disabled
Radio Portals adopted by Group
: Not Applicable
Radio Portals adopted by this Switch : Not Applicable
Rogue APs detected in this Group
: Not Applicable
Rogue APs detected by this Switch : Not Applicable
MUs associated in this Group
: Not Applicable
MUs associated in this Switch
: Not Applicable
Selfhealing RPs in this Group
: Not Applicable
Selfhealing APs in this Switch
: Not Applicable
Group maximum AP adoption capacity : Not Applicable
Switch Adoption capacity
: Not Applicable
Established Peer(s) Count
: Not Applicable
Redundancy Group Connectivity status : Not Applicable
DHCP Server in group
: Not Applicable
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#show redundancy -group config
Redundancy Group Configuration Detail
Redundancy Feature
: Disabled
Redundancy group ID
: 1
Redundancy Mode
: Primary
Redundancy Interface IP
: 0.0.0.0
Number of configured peer(s)
: 0
Heartbeat-period
: 5 Seconds
Hold-period
: 15 Seconds
Discovery-period
: 30 Seconds
Handle STP
: Disabled
Switch Installed License
: 48
Switch running image version
: 3.1.0.0-008D
Auto-revert-period
: 5 mins
Auto-revert Feature
: Disabled
DHCP-Server Redundancy
: Disabled
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#show redundancy -group runtime
Redundancy Group Runtime Information
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Redundancy Protocol Version
: 2.0
Redundancy Group License
: 0
Cluster AP Adoption Count
: Not Applicable
Switch AP Adoption Count
: Not Applicable
Redundancy State
: Disabled
Radio Portals adopted by Group
: Not Applicable
Radio Portals adopted by this Switch : Not Applicable
Rogue APs detected in this Group
: Not Applicable
Rogue APs detected by this Switch : Not Applicable
MUs associated in this Group
: Not Applicable
MUs associated in this Switch
: Not Applicable
Selfhealing RPs in this Group
: Not Applicable
Selfhealing APs in this Switch
: Not Applicable
Group maximum AP adoption capacity : Not Applicable
Switch Adoption capacity
: Not Applicable
Established Peer(s) Count
: Not Applicable
Redundancy Group Connectivity status : Not Applicable
DHCP Server in group
: Not Applicable
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2.2.23 redundancy-history
Common to all modes
Displays the switch state transition history
Syntax
show redundancy -history
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>show redundancy -history
State Transition History
Time
Event Triggered
state
--------------------------------------------------------Sat Oct 06 12:07:55 Redundancy Enabled
Startup
Sat Oct 06 12.07.56
Startup Done
Discovery
Sat Oct 06 12:08:26 Discovery Done
Active
Sat Oct 06 22:10:10 Redundancy Disabled
Startup
RFSwitch>show
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2.2.24 redundancy -members
Common to all modes
Displays the member switches in the cluster. The user can provide the IP address of the
switch in cluster whose information alone is needed.
Syntax
show redundancy-members [<IP>|brief]
Parameters
redundancy-members
[<IP>|brief]
Displays member switches in the cluster
• <IP>– Displays the IP addresses of member switches
• brief – Displays members in brief
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show redundancy -members brief
Member ID (Self)
Member State
Member ID
Member State
: 10.10.10.10
: Not Applicable
: 10.10.10.1
: Peer Configured
Common Commands
2.2.25 rtls
Common to all modes
Displays the Real Time Locating System status and information
Syntax
show rtls [aeroscout|espi|filter|ekahau|
reference-tags|rfid|site|sole|tags|zone]
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Parameters
rtls [aeroscout|espi|filter| Displays the Real Time Locating System status and
ekahau|
information.
reference-tags|
• aeroscout – Displays aeroscout configurations
rfid|site|sole|tags|zone]
• espi [adapter|ecspecs|subscriber|tags] – Displays ESPI
configuration
• adapter [active|ale-tcp] – Displays Adapter
Configuration
• active – Displays adapters that are currently active
• ale-tcp – Displays ale-tcp adapter
• ecspecs [<SPECNAME>|active|define|detail|
requested] – Displays ecsspecs configuration
• <SPECNAME> – Displays name of Ec Specs
• active detail – Displays detailed active ECSpecs
status
• defined detail – Displays defined active ECSpecs
status in detail
• detail – Show detailed ECSpecs status
• requested detail – Displays requested detailed
ECSpecs status
• subscriber – Displays info for given subscriber's IP
• tags subscriber – Displays tags for given subscriber’s
IP
• filter – Displays RFID tag filters
• ekahau – Displays ekahau configurations
• reference-tags – Displays reference tag configurations
• rfid – Displays RFID configuration
• site – Displays site configurations
• sole – Displays SOLE configurations
• zone <1-48> – Displays zone configuration
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rtls tags [<tag-id>|
aeroscout|all|ekahau|g2|
mobile-unit|
|rfid|uri|zone|]
Displays Tags/Assets (passive, active, wi-fi, uwb)
Information
• <tag-id> – Displays detailed tag information for specific
tag ID
• aeroscout – Displays located aeroscout tags
• all – Displays all tags
• ekahau – Displays located ekahau tags
• g2 – Displays located g2 tags
• mobile-unit – Displays located mobile units
• rfid - Displays located RFID gen2 tags
• uri <URI> – Displays RFID tags for given notification URI
• zone <1-48> – Display zone configuration
zone [<1-48>|detail]
Displays logical reader statistics
• <1-48> – Display zone configuration
• detail – Displays zone details
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show rtls ?
aeroscout
Aeroscout configurations
espi
ESPI Configuration
filter
RFID Tag Filters
ekahau
Ekahau configurations
reference-tags Reference tag Configurations
rfid
RFID Configuration
site
Site configurations
sole
SOLE configurations
Information
zone
Show logical reader statistics
RFSwitch(config)#show rtls
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2.2.26 smtp-notification
Common to all modes
Displays the set smtp-notification parameters
Syntax
show smtp-notification traps
Parameters
traps
Displays trap enable flags
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show smtp-notification traps
-----------------------------------------------------------------Global enable flag for Trap SMTP-Notification
Disabled
-----------------------------------------------------------------Enable flag status for Individual Trap SMTP-Notification
------------------------------------------------------------------Module Type
Trap Type
Enabled?[Y/N]
------------------------------------------------------------------snmp
coldstart
N
snmp
linkdown
N
snmp
linkup
N
snmp
authenticationFail
N
nsm
dhcpIPChanged
N
diagnostics
tempHigh
N
diagnostics
tempOver
N
diagnostics
fanSpeedLow
N
diagnostics
cpuLoad1Min
N
diagnostics
cpuLoad5Min
N
diagnostics
cpuLoad15Min
N
diagnostics
usedKernelBuffer
N
diagnostics
ramFree
N
diagnostics
processMemoryUsage
N
diagnostics
packetBuffers
N
diagnostics
ipRouteCache
N
diagnostics
fileDescriptors
N
redundancy
memberUp
N
redundancy
memberDown
N
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redundancy
memberMisConfigured
N
redundancy
adoptionExceeded
N
redundancy
grpAuthLevelChanged
N
redundancy
resourceUp
N
redundancy
resourceDown
N
misc
lowFsSpace
N
misc
processMaxRestartsReached
N
misc
savedConfigModified
N
misc
serverCertExpired
N
misc
caCertExpired
N
misc
periodicHeartbeat
N
misc
switchEvent
N
wireless station
associated
N
wireless station
disassociated
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnCapability
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnShortPream
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnSpectrum
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnErr
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnSSID
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnRates
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnInvalidWPAWPA2IE
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationAsPortCapacityReached N
wireless station
tkipCounterMeasures
N
wireless station
deniedAuthentication
N
wireless station
radiusAuthFailed
N
wireless station
vlanChanged
N
wireless radio
adopted
N
wireless radio
unadopted
N
wireless radio
detectedRadar
N
wireless ap-detection externalAPDetected
N
wireless ap-detection externalAPRemoved
N
wireless self-healing activated
N
wireless ids
muExcessiveEvents
N
wireless ids
radioExcessiveEvents
N
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2.2.27 snmp
Common to all modes
Displays SNMP user information
Syntax
show snmp user [snmpmanager|snmpoperator|snmptrap]
Parameters
snmp user
[snmpmanager|
snmpoperator|snmptrap
Displays SNMP user information
• snmpmanager – Shows SNMP manager information
• snmpoperator – Shows SNMP operator information
• snmptrap – Shows SNMP trap information
Example
RFSwitch>show snmp user snmpmanager
userName
access engineId
Authentication
Encryption
snmpmanager rw
800001848067458b6bd7157745 MD5
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show snmp user snmpoperator
userName
access engineId
Authentication
Encryption
snmpoperator ro
800001848067458b6bd7157745 MD5
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show snmp user snmptrap
userName
access engineId
Authentication
Encryption
snmptrap
rw
800001848067458b6bd7157745 MD5
RFSwitch>
DES
DES
DES
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2.2.28 snmp-server
Common to all modes
Displays SNMP server information
Syntax
show snmp-server traps wireless-statistics[mesh|mobile-unit|
radio|wireless-switch|wlan]
Parameters
traps wireless-statistics
[mesh|
mobile-unit| radio|
wireless-switch|wlan]
Displays existing wireless-stats rate trap enabled flags
• mesh – Displays existing mesh rate traps
• mobile-unit – Displays existing mobile unit rate traps
• radio – Displays existing radio rate traps
• wireless-switch – Displays existing wireless switch rate
traps
• wlan – Displays existing WLAN rate traps
Example
RFSwitch>show snmp-server traps
-----------------------------------------------------------------Global enable flag for Traps
N
-----------------------------------------------------------------Enable flag status for Individual Traps
-----------------------------------------------------------------Module Type
Trap Type
Enabled?[Y/N]
-----------------------------------------------------------------snmp
coldstart
N
snmp
linkdown
N
snmp
linkup
N
snmp
authenticationFail
N
nsm
dhcpIPChanged
N
redundancy
memberUp
N
redundancy
memberDown
N
redundancy
memberMisConfigured
N
redundancy
adoptionExceeded
N
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redundancy
grpAuthLevelChanged
N
misc
lowFsSpace
N
misc
processMaxRestartsReached
N
wireless station
associated
N
wireless station
disassociated
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnCapability
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnShortPream
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnSpectrum
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnErr
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnSSID
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnRates
N
wireless station
deniedAssociationOnInvalidWPAWPA2IE N
wireless station
deniedAssociationAsPortCapacityReached
N
wireless station
tkipCounterMeasures
N
wireless station
deniedAuthentication
N
wireless station
radiusAuthFailed
N
wireless radio
adopted
N
wireless radio
unadopted
N
wireless radio
detectedRadar
N
wireless ap-detection externalAPDetected
N
wireless self-healing activated
N
wireless ids
excessiveAuthAssociation
N
wireless ids
excessiveProbes
N
misc
savedConfigModified
N
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show snmp-server traps wireless-statistics mobileunit
pktsps-greater-than
disabled
tput-greater-than
disabled
avg-bit-speed-less-than
disabled
avg-signal-less-than
disabled
nu-percent-greater-than
disabled
gave-up-percent-greater-than
disabled
avg-retry-greater-than
disabled
undecrypt-percent-greater-than disabled
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show snmp-server traps wireless-statistics radio
pktsps-greater-than
disabled
tput-greater-than
disabled
avg-bit-speed-less-than
disabled
avg-signal-less-than
disabled
nu-percent-greater-than
disabled
Common Commands
gave-up-percent-greater-than
avg-retry-greater-than
undecrypt-percent-greater-than
num-stations-greater-than
RFSwitch>
disabled
disabled
disabled
disabled
RFSwitch>show snmp-server traps wireless-statistics
wireless-switch
pktsps-greater-than
disabled
tput-greater-than
disabled
num-stations-greater-than
disabled
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show snmp-server traps wireless-statistics wlan
pktsps-greater-than
disabled
tput-greater-than
disabled
avg-bit-speed-less-than
disabled
avg-signal-less-than
disabled
nu-percent-greater-than
disabled
gave-up-percent-greater-than
disabled
avg-retry-greater-than
disabled
undecrypt-percent-greater-than
disabled
num-stations-greater-than
disabled
RFSwitch>
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2.2.29 spanning-tree
Common to all modes
Displays Spanning Tree information
Syntax
show spanning-tree mst [config|detail|instance]
show spanning-tree mst detail interface
[<interface-name>|ge|me1|sa|vlan <1-4094>]
show spanning-tree mst instance <1-15> interface
<IF NAME>||vlan <1-4094>}]
Parameters
config
Displays MST configuration information
detail interface
[<interface-name>|
ge <1-4>|me1|sa<1-4>|
vlan <1-4094>]
Displays detailed interface information
• <interface-name>– Displays the interface name
• ge <1-4> – GigabitEthernet interface
• me1 – FastEthernet interface
• sa <1-4> – Static Aggregate interface
• vlan (1-4094> – Defines the VLAN interface
instance <1-15>
[<interface-name>|
ge<1-4>|me1|sa<1-4>|
vlan <1-4094>]
Displays instance information
• <interface-name> – Displays the interface name
• vlan <1-4094> – Defines the VLAN interface
• ge <1-4> – GigabitEthernet interface
• me1 – FastEthernet interface
• sa <1-4> – StaticAggregate interface
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show spanning-tree mst config
%
% MSTP Configuration Information for bridge 1 :
%-----------------------------------------------------% Format Id
: 0
% Name
: My Name
% Revision Level : 0
% Digest
: 0xAC36177F50283CD4B83821D8AB26DE62
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%-----------------------------------------------------RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#show spanning-tree mst detail interface eth
1
% Bridge up - Spanning Tree Disabled
% CIST Root Path Cost 0 - CIST Root Port 0 - CIST Bridge
Priority 32768
% Forward Delay 15 - Hello Time 2 - Max Age 20 - Max-hops 20
% 1: CIST Root Id 8000000000000000
% 1: CIST Reg Root Id 8000000000000000
% 1: CST Bridge Id 800000a0f865ea8e
% portfast bpdu-filter disabled
% portfast bpdu-guard disabled
% portfast errdisable timeout disabled
% portfast errdisable timeout interval 300 sec
% cisco interoperability not configured - Current cisco
interoperability off
% eth1: Port 2001 - Id 87d1 - Role Disabled - State
Forwarding
% eth1: Designated External Path Cost 0 -Internal Path Cost
0
% eth1: Configured Path Cost 2000000 - Add type Explicit
ref count 1
% eth1: Designated Port Id 0 - CST Priority 128 % eth1: CIST Root 000000a0f865ea8e
% eth1: Regional Root 000000a0f865ea8e
% eth1: Designated Bridge 000000a0f865ea8e
% eth1: Message Age 0 - Max Age 0
% eth1: CIST Hello Time 0 - Forward Delay 0
% eth1: CIST Forward Timer 0 - Msg Age Timer 0 - Hello
Timer 0
% eth1: Version Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol - Received
None - Send STP
% eth1: No portfast configured - Current portfast off
% eth1: portfast bpdu-guard default - Current portfast
bpdu-guard off
% eth1: portfast bpdu-filter default - Current portfast
bpdu-filter off
% eth1: no root guard configured
- Current root guard off
% eth1: Configured Link Type point-to-point - Current
shared
%
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2.2.30 static-channel-group
Common to all modes
Displays the members of the static channel groups
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
SWITCH NOTE: This command is not supported in:
• RFS6000
Syntax
show static-channel-group
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show static-channel-group
RFSwitch(config)#
Common Commands
2.2.31 terminal
Common to all modes
Displays the terminal information for the device
Syntax
show terminal
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>show terminal
Terminal Type: vt102
Length: 44
Width: 125
RFSwitch>
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2.2.32 timezone
Common to all modes
Displays the timezone set on the device
Syntax
show timezone
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>show timezone
Timezone is Etc/UTC
RFSwitch>
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2.2.33 traffic-shape
Common to all modes
Displays traffic shaping parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
SWITCH NOTE: This command is not supported in:
• RFS6000
Syntax
show traffic-shape [config|priority-map|statistics]
Parameters
[config|
priority-map|
statistics]
• config class – Displays traffic shaping configuration
• statistics class – Displays traffic shaping statistics
• class <1-4> – Displays traffic shaping class number
• priority-map – Displays .1p to transmit priority map
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show traffic-shape priority-map
802.1p | Shaping priority
0 | 2
1 | 0
2 | 1
3 | 3
4 | 4
5 | 5
6 | 6
7 | 7
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2.2.34 users
Common to all modes
Displays a list of users connected to the device
Syntax
show users
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>show users
Line
PID User
Uptime
Location
0 con 0 316 admin
06:08:11
ttyS0
130 vty 0 2308 admin
00:35:18
0
RFSwitch>
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2.2.35 version
Common to all modes
Displays the current software & hardware version on the device
Syntax
show version {verbose}
Parameters
verbose
Displays software and hardware version information
Example
RFSwitch>show version
RFSwitch version 3.2.0.0-024D MIB=01a
Copyright (c) 2006-2007 Motorola, Inc.
Booted from secondary.
Switch uptime is 1 days, 20 hours 53 minutes
CPU is Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.00GHz
255844 kB of on-board RAM
ide device hda disk model Kouwell DOM capacity 501760
blocks, cache 0
RFS7000 version 1.3.0.0-018B MIB=01a
Copyright (c) 2006-2008 Motorola, Inc.
Booted from primary.
Switch uptime is 0 days, 1 hours 11 minutes
CPU is RMI XLR V0.4
PCI bus 0 device 3 function 2
USB Controller
unknown mfg
unknown
PCI bus 0 device 1 function 0
Ethernet controller
unknown mfg
unknown
255460 kB of on-board RAM
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2.2.36 wireless
Common to all modes
The radio-group range differs from switch to switch.
• RFS7000 – Supports a range between 0-255
• RFS6000 – Supports a range between 0-64
Displays the wireless configuration parameters and information
Syntax
show wireless [aap-version|ap|ap-containment|
ap-detection-config|ap-images|ap-unadopted|approved-aps|
channel-power|client|config|country-code-list|default-ap|fw|
hotspot|hotspot-config|ids|known|mac-auth-local|mesh|
mobile-unit|multicast-packet-limit|phrase-to-key|
qos-mapping|radio|radio-group|regulatory|self-heal-config
|sensor|smart-rf|unapproved-aps|wireless-switch-statistics|
wlan]
show wireless aap-version
show wireless ap[<1-48>|<MAC>|config [<1-1024>|<MAC>]
show wireless ap-containment [config|table]
show wireless ap-detection-config
show wireless ap-images
show wireless ap-unadopted
show wireless approved-aps
show wireless channel-power [11a|11b|11bg] [indoor|outdoor]
show wireless client [exclude-list|include-list]
show wireless config
show wireless country-code-list
show wireless default-ap
show wireless hotspot query
show wireless hotspot-config <1-32>
show wireless ids [filter-list|configured-bad-essids]
show wireless known {ap statistics {<1-1024>}}
show wireless mac-auth-local {<1-1000>}
show wireless mesh statistics {<1-32> {detail}}
show wireless mobile-unit {[<1-8192>|<MAC>|associationhistory|association-stats|probe-history|radio|
roaming|statistics|voice|wlan]}
show wireless mobile-unit [<1-8192>|<MAC>|association-stats]
show wireless mobile-unit association-history {<MAC>}
show wireless mobile-unit probe-history [<1-200>|configlist]
show wireless mobile-unit radio <1-4096>
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show wireless mobile-unit roaming database
show wireless mobile-unit statistics [<1-4096>|<MAC>
{detail}|summary|voice [<1-4096>|<mac>]]
show wireless mobile-unit voice
show wireless mobile-unit vlan <1-256>
show wireless multicast-packet-limit
show wireless phrase-to-key [wep64|wep128] <pass-phrase>
show wireless qos-mapping {[wired-to-wireless|
wireless-to-wired]}
show wireless radio {[<1-4096>|admission-control|all|
beacon-table|config|monitor-table|statistics|unadopted|
uptime|voice]}
show wireless radio {[<1-4096>|all|beacon-table|monitortable|
unadopted|uptime]}
show wireless radio admission-control voice {<1-4096>}
show wireless radio config {[<1-4096>|default-11a|default11an|
default-11b|default-11bg|default-11bgn]}
show wireless radio statistics {[<1-4096> {detail}|
long-interval|short-interval|voice {[<1-4096>|long-interval|
short-interval]}}
show wireless radio voice {<1-4096>}
show wireless radio-group {<1-256>}
show wireless regulatory <country code>
show wireless self-heal-config {[<1-4096>|all]}
show wireless sensor {[<1-48>|default-config]}
show wireless smart-rf [calibration-status|configuration|
history|radio]
show wireless smart-rf radio [config|local-status|map|
master-status|neighbors|spectrum] {<1-4096>|<MAC>|
all-11a|all-llbg]}
show wireless unapproved-aps
show wireless wireless-switch-statistics {detail}
show wireless wlan [config {[<1256>|all|enabled]}|statistics {<1-256> {detail}}]
Parameters
aap-version
Displays the minimum adaptive firmware version string
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ap [<1-48>|<MAC>|
config [<1-48>|<MAC>]]
Status of the adopted access port
• <1-48> – Defines the index of the access port
• <MAC> – Sets the MAC address of a access port
• config [<1-1024>|<MAC>] – Status of the configured
access port.
• <1-1024> – AP index from the “show wireless ap”
command
• <MAC> – MAC address of the ap.
ap-containment
[config|table]
Rogue AP containment
• config – Rogue AP Containment Parameters
• table – Rogue AP Containment table
ap-detection-config
Detected AP configuration parameters
ap-images
Displays the access port images on the switch
ap-unadopted
Lists unadopted access ports
approved-aps
Displays approved APs detected by access port scans
channel-power
[11a|11b|11bg]
[indoor|outdoor]
Lists the channels and power levels available for a radio
• 11a – Defines the radio as 802.11a
• 11b – Defines the radio as 802.11b
• 11bg – Defines the radio as 802.11bg
These options are available for all the above radio types:
• indoor – Radio is placed indoors
• outdoor – Radio is placed outdoors
client
[exclude-list|include-list]
Wireless client configuration
• exclude-list – Sets the exclude list configuration
• include-list – Sets the include list configuration
config
Displays wireless configuration information
country-code-list
Displays the list of supported country names and their 2
letter IS0 3166 codes
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default-ap
Displays default access-port information
hotspot query
Displays hotspot query string configuration
hotspot-config <1-256>
WLAN hotspot configuration for specified index
ids
[configured-bad-essids|
filter-list]
Displays intrusion detection configuration parameters
• configured-bad-essids – Displays a list of configured bad
essids
• filter-list – Displays the list of currently filtered mobile
units
known {ap statistics
{<1-1024>}}
Displays known AP parameters.
• ap – Optional. Defines a known AP index <1-1024>
• statistics – Optional. Displays known adaptive AP stats
• <1-1024> – Optional. Displays adaptive ap statistics
for known adaptive APs between 1-1024
mac-auth-local
{<1-1000>}
Displays mac-auth-local entries for index <1-1000>.
mesh statistics {<1-32>
{detail}}
Displays mesh related parameters
• statistics – Displays mesh statistics
• <1-32> – Optional. Defines the mesh index
• detail – Optional Displays detailed mesh statistics
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mobile-unit {[<18192>|<MAC>|associatio
n-history|
association-stats|probehistory|radio|roaming|sta
tistics|
voice|wlan]}
Displays the parameters of associated mobile units. All
parameters are optional.
• <1-8192> – Index of mobile unit
• <MAC> – MAC address of mobile unit
• association-history {<MAC>}– Displays the association
history of the Mobile Units with the MAC address and its
configured name.
• association-stats – Displays Statistics of associations
and reassociations
• probe-history [<1-200>|config-list] – Displays the probe
history of the Mobile Unit with the address and its
configured name
• <1-200> – Defines index to display probe-logging
• config-list – Lists probe history MAC addresses
• radio <1-4096> – Displays the associated Mobile Units
for the radio with the MAC address and its configured
name.
• RFS7000 supports <1-4096> radios
• RFS6000 supports <1-1000> radios
• roaming database – Displays the local mobile-unit
roaming database.
• statistics [<1-8192>|<MAC>|summary|voice] – Displays
mobile unit RF statistics
• <1-8192> – Displays Index of mobile-unit
• <MAC> {detail}– Displays MAC address of mobileunit. Optionally display detailed information.
• summary – Displays RF-Stats summary of all currently
associated mobile-units
• voice [<1-4096>|<MAC>] – Displays mobile-unit voice
statistics for a radio index or radio MAC address.
• voice – Displays voice call details.
• wlan <1-256> – Displays the MUs associated to the
selected wlan
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multicast-packet-limit
Displays the multicast-packet-limit
phrase-to-key
[wep128|wep64]
<pass-phrase>
Displays the WEP keys generated by a passphrase
• wep128 – Displays WEP128 keys
• wep64 – Displays WEP64 keys
• <pass-phrase> – The passphrase to generate the keys
for.
qos-mapping {[
wired-to-wireless|
wireless-to-wired]}
Quality of service mappings used for mapping WMM
access categories and 802.1p/DSCP tags
• wired-to-wireless – Mappings used when traffic is
switched from the wired to the wireless side
• wireless-to-wired – Mappings used when traffic is
switched from the wireless to the wired side
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radio {[<1-4096>|
admission-control|all|
beacon-table|config|
monitor-table|statistics|
unadopted|uptime|voice]
}
Radio related commands. All parameters are optional.
• <1-4096> – Defines information on a single radio’s index
• admission-control voice {<1-4096>} – Displays summary
information for all radios that have admission control
enabled. Optionally select the radio.
• all – Displays information about all radios
• beacon-table – Displays the radio-to-radio beacon table
• config {[<1-4096>|default-11a|default-11an|default-11b|
default-11bg|default-11bgn]} – Displays the selected
radio’s configuration. All parameters are optional.
• <1-4096> – The radio index
• default-11a – Default 11a configuration template
• default-11an – Default 11an configuration template
• default-11b – Default 11b configuration template
• default-11bg – Default 11bg configuration template
• default-11bgn – Default-11bgn configuration
template
• monitor-table – Displays the radio-to-radio monitoring
table
• statistics {[<1-4094>|long-interval|short-interval|voice]}
– Displays a summary of radio statistics. All parameters
are optional.
• <1-4094> {detail} – Defines a single radio’s index.
Optionally display the details
• long-interval – last 60 minutes for all adopted radios
• short-interval – last 30 seconds for all adopted radios
• voice {[<1-4096>|long-interval|short-interval]}–
Displays voice related statistics for the selected
option.
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• unadopted – Displays a list of unadopted radios
• uptime – Displays the uptime of all adopted radios
• voice <1-4094> – Displays voice call details
• <1-4094> – Optional. Defines a single radio’s index
radio-group {<1-256>}
Displays radios in specified group
• <1-256> – Optional. A single radio index between < 1256>. The index range varies based on the switch being
used.
regulatory
<country-code>
Regulatory (allowed channel/power) information for a
particular country.
• <country-code> – Two character country code for each
country.
self-heal-config
{ [<1-4096>|all]}
Sets self healing configuration parameters
• <1-4096> – Optional. Defines a single radio’s index
• all – Optional. Defines the self-healing configuration for
all radios
sensor {[<1-48>|
default-config]}
Defines Wireless Intrusion Protection System (WIPS)
parameters
• <1-48> – Specifies the index of a particular sensor to
view detailed information about that sensor
• default-config – Default configuration parameters for
sensors
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smart-rf
[calibration-status|
configuration|
history|radio]
Displays smart-rf related management information
• calibration-status – Displays smart-rf calibration status.
• configuration – Displays smart-rf configuration
information.
• history – Displays smart-rf assignment history since last
calibration.
• radio [config|local-status|map|masterstatus|neighbors|spectrum] {[<1-4096>|<MAC>|
all-11a|all-11bg]} – Displays smart-rf radio commands.
• config – Displays the configuration information.
• local-status – Displays the local radio status related
to smart rf.
• map – Maps all 11a radios in the configuration.
• master-status – Displays the radio status from the
master radio list. If no parameter is passed, displays
status for all radios in the master list.
• neighbors – Displays the radio’s neighbor information
• spectrum – Displays all 11a radios spectrum
information <1-4096> – The selected radio
• <MAC> – The selected radio MAC address
• all-11a – All 11a radios
• all-11bg – All 11bg radios
unapproved-aps
Defines unapproved APs seen by an access port or a mobile
unit scan
wireless-switchstatistics {detail}
Displays wireless-switch statistics
• detail – Optional Displays detailed wireless-switch
statistics
Common Commands
wlan [config|statistics]
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Displays wireless LAN parameters. The following
information is displayed:
• config [<1-256>|all|enabled] – Displays the wireless LAN
configuration information. All parameters optional.
• <1-256> – The selected wlan
• all – all wlans in the configuration
• enabled – all wlans that are enabled. Configuration
information for disabled wlans are not displayed.
• statistics <1-256> – Displays the wireless LAN statistics
for:
• <1-256> {detail} – The selected wlan. Optionally
display details.
Example
RFSwitch>show wireless ap
Number of access-ports adopted : 0
Available licenses
: 0
Clustering enabled
: N
Clustering mode
: primary
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show wireless ap-detection-config
Rogue AP timeout
: 300 seconds
Approved AP timeout
: 300 seconds
mu-assisted scan
: enabled
mu-assisted scan refresh : 300 seconds
configured approved-aps :
Index | Bss Mac
| Ssid
------------------------------------------------------Adaptive minimum adoption version: 2.0.0.0-000R
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show wireless ap-images
Idx ap-type
Image-Name
Size (bytes) Version
1 ap300
WISP-AP300
293516
00.02-29
2 ap300
WIAP-300
244076
01.00-1635b
3 ap300
AP300-IDS-Sensor
295064
00.00-04
4 ap100
AP100
31034
02.05-00
5 ap4131 AP4131
191440
07.00-01
6 ap4131 Revert-AP4131
665704
00.00-00
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RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show wireless ap-unadopted
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show wireless approved-aps
access-port detection is disabled
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show wireless channel-power 11a indoor
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch(config)#show wireless config
country-code
: None
secure-wispe-default-secret default
adoption-pref-id
: 1
proxy-arp
: enabled
adopt-unconf-radio
: enabled
dot11-shared-key-auth : disabled
ap-detection
: disabled
manual-wlan-mapping
: disabled
dhcp sniff state
: disabled
dhcp one portal forward : enabled
dhcp fix broadcast-rsp : disabled
broadcast-tx-speed
: optimize-for-range
wlan bw allocation
: disabled
smart-channels used
:
smart-channels excluded :
Adaptive ap parameters:
config-apply def-delay : 30 seconds
config-apply mesh-delay: 3 minutes
wired-to-wireless rate limit per user : unlimited
wireless-to-wired rate limit per user : unlimited
user load balance mode : by-count
secure-wispe-default-secret : default
admission control for voice : enabled
cluster-master-support
: enabled
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RFSwitch>show wireless ids
detect-window
: 10 seconds
Excessive Operations:: Threshold(mu radio switch)
Ageout
probe-requests :
0
0
0
60 Sec
association-requests :
0
0
0
60 Sec
disassociations
:
0
0
0
60 Sec
authentication-fails :
0
0
0
60 Sec
crypto-replay-fails :
0
0
0
60 Sec
80211-replay-fails :
0
0
0
60 Sec
decryption-fails
:
0
0
0
60 Sec
unassoc-frames
:
0
0
0
60 Sec
eap-starts
:
0
0
0
60 Sec
Filter-
Anomaly Detection::
Status
Filter-Ageout
probe-requests
: disabled
60 Sec
association-requests
: disabled
60 Sec
disassociations
: disabled
60 Sec
authentication-fails
: disabled
60 Sec
crypto-replay-fails
: disabled
60 Sec
80211-replay-fails
: disabled
60 Sec
decryption-fails
: disabled
60 Sec
unassoc-frames
: disabled
60 Sec
eap-starts
: disabled
60 Sec
null-destination
: disabled
60 Sec
same-source-destination : disabled
60 Sec
multicast-source
: disabled
60 Sec
weak-wep-iv
: disabled
60 Sec
tkip-countermeasures
: disabled
60 Sec
invalid-frame-length
: disabled
60 Sec
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show wireless mac-auth-local 50
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show wireless mobile-unit statistics
mobile-unit 1: <00-20-A6-52-5F-83>
WLAN : wlan-1
------ Traffic --------------------------------------------Total Rx Tx
30s 1hr 30s 1hr 30s 1hr
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Pkts per sec: 1.73 0.00 0.87 0.00 0.87 0.00 pps
Throughput:
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Mbps
Avg bit speed: 9.19 0.00 Mbps
% Non-unicast pkts: N/A N/A
------ RF Status-------------------------------------------30s 1hr
Avg mobile-unit signal: -78.00 0.00 dBm
Avg mobile-unit noise: -94.00 0.00 dBm
-- MORE --, next page: Space, next line: Enter, quit:
Control-C
Avg mobile-unit SNR(dB): 16.00 0.00
------ Errors----------------------------------------------30s 1hr
Avg number of retries: 0.42 0.00
% gave up pkts: 0.00 0.00
% Non-decryptable pkts: 0.00 0.00
RFSwitch(config)#show wireless mobile-unit
index MAC-address
radio type wlan vlan/tunnel ready IPaddress last active Posture Status
2
00-0E-9B-98-F9-34 1
11g 1
vlan 1 Y
192.168.2.45
0 Sec
Number of mobile-units associated: 1
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#show wireless mobile-unit associationhistory
MU MAC
Radio WLAN Timestamp
Event
============================================================
=
00-0E-9B-98-F9-34 1
1
1116316
Association
00-0E-9B-98-F9-34 1
1
12248923
Unassociation
00-0E-9B-98-F9-34 1
1
12250053
Association
00-0E-9B-98-F9-34 1
1
4280690527 Unassociation
00-0E-9B-98-F9-34 1
1
4280691647 Association
00-0E-9B-98-F9-34 1
1
4280716777 Unassociation
00-0E-9B-98-F9-34 1
1
4280717937 Association
RFSwitch(config)#
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RFSwitch(config)#show wireless mobile-unit radio 1
index MAC-address
radio type wlan vlan/tunnel ready IPaddress last active Posture Status
2
00-0E-9B-98-F9-34 1
11g 1
vlan 1 Y
192.168.2.45
0 Sec
Listed 1 of a total of 1 mobile-units
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#show wireless wlan config 1
WLAN: 1, status: enabled, description: WLAN1, ssid:
sardarjee
auth: none, encr: none, inactivity-timeout: 1800 seconds
vlan 1: unlimited users
mu-mu-disallow: disabled, secure-beacon: disabled, answerbcast-ess: enabled,
weight: 1, prioritize-voice: disabled, spectralink-voiceprotocol: disabled
multicast mask1: 00-00-00-00-00-00, mask2: 00-00-00-00-0000
traffic-classification : normal, wmm-mapping: 8021p, L3mobility: disabled
Client Bridge Backhaul is disabled on this WLAN
NAC Mode: bypass-nac-except-include-list
Exclude list(s): NotMe
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2.2.37 wlan-acl
Common to all modes
Displays the WLAN based access control list information
Syntax
show wlan-acl [<1-256>|all]
Parameters
wlan-acl [ <1-256>|all]
Displays WLAN based access control list information
• <1-256> – Displays ACLs attached to the specified
WLAN ID
• all – Displays all ACLs attached to a WLAN port
Example
RFSwitch>show wlan-acl 20
WLAN port: 20
Inbound IP Access List :
Inbound MAC Access List :
Outbound IP Access List :
Outbound MAC Access List :
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>show wlan-acl all
WLAN port: 1
Inbound IP Access List :78
Inbound MAC Access List :200
Outbound IP Access List :78
Outbound MAC Access List :200
RFSwitch>
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2.2.38 access-list
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the access lists (numbered and named) configured on the switch. The numbered
access list displays numbered ACLs. The named access list displays named ACL details.
Syntax
show access-list [<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>|<acl-name>]
Parameters
access-list
[<1-99>|<100199>|<13001999>|<20002699>|<acl-name>]
Displays access-list entries.
• <1-99> - IP standard access list
• <100-199> - IP extended access list
• <1300-1999> - IP standard access list (expanded range)
• <2000-2699> – IP extended access list (expanded range)
• <acl-name> - Name of ACL
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show access-list
Extended IP access list 110
permit ip 192.168.1.0/24 192.168.100.0/24 rule-precedence
5
permit ip 192.168.63.0/24 192.168.100.0/24 rule-precedence
63
permit ip 192.168.157.0/24 192.168.100.0/24 ruleprecedence 157
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#show access-list 110
Extended IP access list 110
permit ip 192.168.1.0/24 192.168.100.0/24 rule-precedence
5
permit ip 192.168.63.0/24 192.168.100.0/24 rule-precedence
63
permit ip 192.168.157.0/24 192.168.100.0/24 ruleprecedence 157
RFSwitch(config)#
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2.2.39 aclstats
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the statistics of configured access lists
Syntax
aclstats [access-list|vlan <1-4094>]
aclstats {<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|<2000-2699>|
<acl-name>}
aclstats vlan <1-4094>
Parameters
access-list {<199>|<100-199>|<13001999>|<2000-2699>|
<acl-name>}
Displays configured access lists.
• <1-99> - IP standard access list
• <100-199> - IP extended access list
• <1300-1999> - IP standard access list (expanded range)
• <2000-2699> - IP extended access list (expanded range)
• <acl-name> - Name of ACL
vlan <1-4094>
Defines the VLAN interface (between 1- 4094)
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show vlan 400
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2.2.40 alarm-log
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the contents of the alarm log on the device
Syntax
show alarm-log {<1-65535>|acknowledged|all|count|new|
severity-to-limit}
show alarm-log severity-to-limit {critical|
informational|major|normal|warning}
Parameters
alarm-log [<1-65535>|
acknowledged|all|count|
new| severity-to-limit]
Displays the contents of the alarm log on the device.
• <1-65535> - Displays the details of a specific alarm ID
• acknowledged - Displays information for acknowledged
alarms currently in the system
• all - Displays all the alarms currently in the system
• count - Displays the number (count) of the alarms
currently in the system
• new - Displays those new alarms currently in the
system
• severity-to-limit {critical|informational
major|normal|warning} - Displays the alarms having
specified severity, as well as those alarms with a
severity higher than the specified value.
• critical - Displays all critical alarms
• informational - Displays all informational or higher
severity alarms
• major - Displays all major or higher severity alarms
• normal - Displays all normal or higher severity
alarms
• warning - Displays all warning or higher severity
alarms
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2.2.41 boot
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the boot configuration of the device
Syntax
show boot
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#show boot
Image
Build Date
Install Date
Version
------------------------ -------------------------------Primary
Oct 16 03:55:43 2008
Sep 15 00:53:56 2008
1.3.0.0-018B
Secondary Sep 30 00:14:30 2008
Aug 27 01:46:32 2008
1.3.0.0-015B
Current Boot
: Primary
Next Boot
: Primary
Software Fallback : EnabledRFSwitch#
Common Commands
2.2.42 clock
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the system clock
Syntax
show clock
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#show clock
Jun 01 00:51:34 UTC 2007
RFSwitch#
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2.2.43 debugging
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the debugging configuration information
Syntax
show debugging mstp
Parameters
mstp
Displays the current MSTP configuration
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show debugging mstp
MSTP debugging status:
RFSwitch(config)#
Common Commands
2.2.44 dhcp
Privilege / Global Config
Displays existing DHCP server configurations
Syntax
show dhcp [config|status]
Parameters
config
Displays the current DHCP server configuration
status
Displays whether the DHCP server is running
Example
RFSwitch#show dhcp config
service dhcp
!
ip dhcp pool vlan6
default-router xxx.xxx.xxx.2
network xxx.xxx.xx.0/24
address range xxx.xxx.xx.xx aaa.aaa.aa.aa
RFSwitch#
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2.2.45 file
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the filesystem information
Syntax
show file [information|systems]
Parameters
file
[information|systems]
Displays the filesystem information.
• information <FILE> - Displays file information
• <FILE> - Displays the information on file
• systems - Lists existing filesystems
Example
RFSwitch#show file systems
File Systems:
Size(b)
13704192
19524608
RFSwitch#
Free(b)
Type Prefix
- opaque system:
11904000 flash nvram:
16866304 flash flash:
- network sftp:
- network http:
- network ftp:
- network tftp:
Common Commands
2.2.46 ftp
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the FTP server configuration
Syntax
show ftp
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#show ftp
FTP Server: Disabled
User Name: anonymous or ftpuser
Password: ********
Root dir: flash:/
RFSwitch#
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2.2.47 password-encryption
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the global password encryption status
Syntax
show password-encryption status
Parameters
status
Displays the existing password-encryption status
Example
RFSwitch#show password-encryption status
Password encryption is disabled
RFSwitch#
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2.2.48 running-config
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the contents of those configuration files wherein all configured MAC and IP
access lists are applied to an interface
Syntax
show running-config [full|include-factory]
Parameters
running-config
[full|include-factory]
Displays the contents of the configuration files
• full – Displays the file’s full (complete) configuration
• include-factory – Includes factory defaults
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show running-config
!
! configuration of RFSwitch version 4.0.0.0-008D
!
version 1.0
!
service prompt crash-info
!
username admin password 1
8e67bb26b358e2ed20fe552ed6fb832f397a507d
username admin privilege superuser
username operator password 1
fe96dd39756ac41b74283a9292652d366d73931f
!
!
!
spanning-tree mst config
name My Name
!
country-code us
logging buffered 4
logging console 4
snmp-server sysname RFSwitch
snmp-server manager v2
snmp-server manager v3
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snmp-server user snmptrap v3 encrypted auth md5
0x7be2cb56f6060226f15974c936e2739b
snmp-server user snmpmanager v3 encrypted auth md5
0x7be2cb56f6060226f15974c936e2739b
snmp-server user snmpoperator v3 encrypted auth md5
0x49c451c7c6893ffcede0491bbd0a12c4
crypto isakmp keepalive 10
crypto ipsec security-association lifetime kilobytes 4608000
fallback enable
ip http server
ip http secure-trustpoint default-trustpoint
ip http secure-server
ip ssh
ip telnet
no service pm sys-restart
!
wireless
wlan 1 enable
wlan 1 ssid sardarjee
radio add 1 00-A0-F8-BF-8A-4B 11bg ap300
radio add 2 00-A0-F8-BF-8A-4B 11a ap300
enhanced-beacon-table enable
enhanced-beacon-table channel-set a 36 44 149
enhanced-beacon-table channel-set bg 1 2 4 5
!
radius-server local
!
interface eth1
switchport access vlan 2100
!
interface eth2
switchport access vlan 1
!
interface vlan1
ip address 192.168.2.1/24
!
sole
!
!
aaa authentication login default local none
line con 0
line vty 0 24
!
end
Common Commands
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#show running-config include-factory
!
! configuration of RFSwitch version 4.0.0.0-008D
!
version 1.0
!
service prompt crash-info
no service set command-history
no service set reboot-history
no service set upgrade-history
!
hostname RFSwitch
!
banner motd Welcome to CLI!
username admin password 1
8e67bb26b358e2ed20fe552ed6fb832f397a507d
username admin access console web ssh telnet
username admin privilege superuser
username operator password 1
fe96dd39756ac41b74283a9292652d366d73931f
username operator access console web ssh telnet
username operator privilege monitor
!
!
!
!
spanning-tree mst config
name My Name
!
no management secure
ip domain-lookup
service diag period 1000
service diag enable
country-code us
redundancy group-id 1
redundancy interface-ip 0.0.0.0
redundancy mode primary
redundancy hold-period 15
redundancy heartbeat-period 5
redundancy discovery-period 30
no redundancy handle-stp enable
no redundancy dhcp-server enable
no redundancy enable
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................................................
................................................
................................................
no radio default-11b enhanced-beacon-table
no radio default-11b enhanced-probe-table
no radio 1 neighbor-smart-scan
no radio 2 neighbor-smart-scan
no ap-detection enable
................................................
................................................
................................................
................................................
ip address 123.111.2.1/24
no ip helper-address
!
sole
no adapter AeroScout enable
!
radius-server retransmit 3
radius-server timeout 5
radius-server key
!
aaa authentication login default local none
line con 0
line vty 0 24
!
end
RFSwitch(config)#
Common Commands
2.2.49 securitymgr
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the security manager event-logs
Syntax
show securitymgr event-logs
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#show securitymgr event-log
RFSwitch#
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2.2.50 sessions
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the list of current active open sessions on the device
Syntax
show sessions
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#show sessions
SESSION USER
LOCATION
IDLE
START TIME
1
cli Console
06:24m
May 31 18:31:36 2007
** 2
cli 10.10.10.1
00:00m
Jun 1 00:04:30 2007
RFSwitch#
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2.2.51 startup-config
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the complete startup configuration script on the console
Syntax
show startup-config
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#show startup-config
!
! configuration of RFSwitch version 4.0.0.0-008D
!
version 1.0
!
service prompt crash-info
!
username admin password 1
8e67bb26b358e2ed20fe552ed6fb832f397a507d
username admin privilege superuser
username operator password 1
fe96dd39756ac41b74283a9292652d366d73931f
!
!
!
spanning-tree mst config
name My Name
!
country-code us
logging buffered 4
logging console 4
snmp-server sysname RFSwitch
snmp-server manager v2
snmp-server manager v3
snmp-server user snmptrap v3 encrypted auth md5
0x7be2cb56f6060226f15974c936e2739b
snmp-server user snmpmanager v3 encrypted auth md5
0x7be2cb56f6060226f15974c936e2739b
snmp-server user snmpoperator v3 encrypted auth md5
0x49c451c7c6893ffcede0491bbd0a12c4
crypto isakmp keepalive 10
crypto ipsec security-association lifetime kilobytes 4608000
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fallback enable
ip http server
ip http secure-trustpoint default-trustpoint
ip http secure-server
ip ssh
ip telnet
no service pm sys-restart
!
wireless
wlan 1 enable
wlan 1 ssid sardarjee
radio add 1 00-A0-F8-BF-8A-4B 11bg ap300
radio 1 enhanced-beacon-table
radio 1 enhanced-probe-table
radio add 2 00-A0-F8-BF-8A-4B 11a ap300
ap-detection approved add 1 any any
enhanced-beacon-table enable
enhanced-beacon-table channel-set a 36 44 149
enhanced-beacon-table channel-set bg 1 2 4 5
!
radius-server local
!
interface eth1
switchport access vlan 2100
!
interface eth2
switchport access vlan 1
!
interface vlan1
ip address 192.168.2.1/24
!
sole
!
!
aaa authentication login default local none
line con 0
line vty 0 24
!
end
RFSwitch#
Common Commands
2.2.52 upgrade-status
Privilege / Global Config
Displays the last image-upgrade status
Syntax
show upgrade-status {detail}
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#show upgrade-status
Last Image Upgrade Status : Successful
Last Image Upgrade Time : Mon May 21 16:27:40 2007
RFSwitch#
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2.2.53 mac-name
User Exec
Displays the configured MAC name
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
show mac-name
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#show mac-name
Index MAC Address
MAC Name
1
00-18-DE-82-78-6B GE1PortMACAddress
Number of MAC names configured = 1
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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2.2.54 access-list
Priv Exec
Displays the access control list entries based on the ACL name or index
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
show access-list {<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>|<acl-name>}
Parameters
access-list {<1-99>|
<100-199>|<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>|<acl-name>}
Displays ACL entry details.
• <1-99> – Lists the IP standard access-list entries
• <100-199> – Lists the IP extended access-list entries
• <1300-1999> – Lists the IP standard access-list
(expanded range) entries
• <2000-2699> – Lists the IP extended access-list
(expanded range) entries
• <acl-name> – Lists the entry specified by the ACL name
<acl-name>
Example
RFSwitch#show access-list 1
Standard IP access list 1
permit host 192.168.10.1 rule-precedence 10
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2.2.55 aclstats
Displays the ACL statistics for the selected vlan
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
show aclstats [access-list|vlan]
show aclstats access-list [<1-99>|<100-199>|<13001999>|<2000-2699>|<acl-name>]
show aclstats vlan <1-4094>
Parameters
aclstats
[access-list|vlan]
Displays the ACL statistics.
• access-list [<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|<20002699>|<acl-name>] – Displays the access control list
entries based on their index
• <1-99> – Lists the IP standard access-list entries
• <100-199> – Lists the IP extended access-list entries
• <1300-1999> – Lists the IP standard access-list
(expanded range) entries
• <2000-2699> – Lists the IP extended access-list
(expanded range) entries
• <acl-name> – Lists the entry specified by the ACL
name <acl-name>
• vlan <1-4094> – Selects the interface for which to
display ACL statistics.
Example
RFSwitch#show aclstats vlan 10
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2.2.56 alarm-log
Priv Exec Mode
Displays all the alarms on the system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
show alarm-log {<1-65535>|acknowledged|all|count|new|
severity-to-limit}
Parameters
alarm-log [<1-65535>|
acknowledged|all|count|
new|
severity-to-limit]
Displays all the alarms on the system
• <1-65535> - Displays the details of a specific alarm ID
• acknowledged - Displays information for acknowledged
alarms currently in the system
• all - Displays all the alarms currently in the system
• count - Displays the number (count) of the alarms
currently in the system
• new - Displays those new alarms currently in the
system
• severity-to-limit [critical|informational
major|normal|warning] - Displays the alarms having
specified severity, as well as those alarms with a
severity higher than the specified value.
• critical - Displays all critical alarms
• informational - Displays all informational or higher
severity alarms
• major - Displays all major or higher severity alarms
• normal - Displays all normal or higher severity
alarms
• warning - Displays all warning or higher severity
alarms
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Example
RFSwitch#show alarm-log 1
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#show alarm-log acknowledged
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#show alarm-log severity-to-limit
Common Commands
2.2.57 firewall
Priv Exe Mode
Displays wireless firewall
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
show firewall [config|flow]
show firewall [config|flow timeouts]
Parameters
firewall [config|
flow timeouts]
Displays firewall configuration information.
• config – Displays Configuration
• flow timeouts – Displays firewall flow
• timeouts - Flow timeout configuration
Example
RFSwitch#show firewall
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#show firewall config
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#show firewall flow
RFSwitch#
NOTE: For information on the ‘firewall’ command in Global Config
mode, refer to firewall on page 5-124.
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2.2.58 role
Priv Exe Mode
Displays existing role name
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
show role [<role-name>|mobile-units]
Parameters
role [<role-name>|
mobile-units]
Displays existing role name
• <role-name> – Displays existing role name
• mobile-units – Displays mobile-units assigned with
these roles
Example
RFSwitch#show role
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#show role word
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#show role mobile-units
RFSwitch#
User Exec Commands
Logging in to the switch places you within the USER EXEC command mode. Typically, a
login requires a user name and password. You have three login attempts before a
connection attempt is refused. USER EXEC commands (available at the user level) are a
subset of the commands available at the privileged level. In general, USER EXEC
commands allow you to connect to remote devices, perform basic tests and list system
information.
To list available USER EXEC commands, use ? at the command prompt. The USER EXEC
prompt consists of the device host name followed by an angle bracket (>). The default host
name is generally “WLAN Module”. Use the GLOBAL CONFIG command to change the
hostname.
3.1 User Exec Commands
Table 3.1 summarizes USER EXEC commands:
Table 3.1 User Exec Mode Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clear
Resets the command to the previous configuration
page 3-3
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 2-2
cluster-cli
Displays the cluster context
page 3-5
debug
Displays debugging functions
page 3-6
disable
Turns off (disables) the privileged mode command set page 3-8
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Table 3.1 User Exec Mode Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
enable
Turns on (enables) the privileged mode command set
page 3-9
exit
Ends the current mode and moves down to the
previous mode
page 2-3
help
Describes the interactive help system
page 2-4
logout
Exits the EXEC mode
page 3-10
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 2-5
page
Toggles the paging functionality
page 3-11
ping
Sends ICMP echo messages
page 3-12
quit
Exits the current mode and moves to the previous
mode
page 3-13
service
Displays service commands
page 2-7
show
Shows running system information. Refer to Common
Commands on page 2-1
page 2-37
telnet
Opens a telnet session
page 3-14
terminal
Sets terminal line parameters
page 3-15
traceroute
Traces the route to a destination
page 3-16
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3.1.1 clear
User Exec Commands
Resets the previous (last saved) command
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
NOTE: Refer to the interface details below when using clear counter
interface.
• ge <1-4> – Available only in RFS7000
• ge <1-8> – Available only in RFS6000
• me1 – Available in both RFS7000 and RFS6000
• up1 – Available only in RFS6000
• sa <1-4> – Available only in RFS7000
Syntax
clear [crypto|mobility|spanning-tree]
clear crypto [ipsec|isakmp] sa {<IP>}
clear mobility [event-log|mobile-unit|peer-statistics]
clear mobility event-log [mobile-unit|peer]
clear mobility mobile-unit [<MAC>|all|foreign-database|
home-database]
clear mobility peer-statistics {<Peer-IP>}
clear spanning-tree detected-protocols {interface
<interface-name>}
Parameters
crypto [ipsec|isakmp] sa
{<IP>}
Clears IPSec/ISAKMP SAs for a given peer
• ipsec sa {<IP> } – Clears IPSec SA’s
• isakmp sa {<IP> } – Clears ISAKMP SA’s
• sa – Clears all IPSec/ISAKMP SA's
• <IP> – Optional. Peer IP address
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mobility [event-log|
mobile-unit|
peer-statistics]
Clears mobility attributes
• event-log [mobile-unit|peer]– Clears the event log
• mobile-unit – Clears MU event-logs for
• peer – Clears peer event logs
• mobile-unit [<MAC>|all|foreign-database|
home-database] – Clears MU information.
• <MAC> – Clears the MAC addresses of a MU
• all – Clears the MU MAC address, including the
foreign and home database
• foreign-database – Clears those MUs present in the
foreign MU database
• home-database – Clears those MUs present in the
home MU database
• peer-statistics {<Peer-IP>} – Clears Mobility Peer
Statistics
• <Peer-IP> – Optional. IP address of a Peer
spanning-tree
detected-protocols
{interface <interfacename>}
Clears the spanning tree protocols configured for the
interface
• detected-protocols {interface <interface-name>} – Enter
the optional interface name <interface-name> to clear
the detected spanning tree protocols for that specific
interface
Example
RFSwitch>clear crypto ike sa 111.222.333.01
RFSwitch>
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3.1.2 cluster-cli
User Exec Commands
Use this command to enter the cluster-cli context. The cluster-cli context provides
centralized management to configure all cluster members from any one member. Any
command executed under this context will be executed to all the switches in the cluster.
A new context redundancy supports the cluster-cli. Any commands executed under this
context are executed on all members of the cluster.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
cluster-cli enable
Parameters
enable
Enables the cluster context
Example
RFSwitch> enable
RFSwitch:cluster-cli>
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3.1.3 debug
User Exec Commands
Use this command to debug the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
debug
debug
debug
debug
debug
[certmgr|ip|mobility]
certmgr [all|error|info]
ip [https|ssh]
mobility [cc|error|forwarding|mu|packet|peer|system]
mobility forwarding {<MAC>}
Parameters
certmgr [all|error|info]
Certificate Manager Debugging Messages
• all – Traces error and informational messages from
the certificate manager
• error – Traces error messages from the certificate
manager.
• info – Traces informational messages from the
certificate manager
ip [https|ssh]
Internet Protocol (IP) debug messages
• https – Secure HTTP (HTTPS) server
• ssh – Secured Shell (SSH) server
User Exec Commands
mobility
[cc|error|forwarding|mu|
packet|peer|system]
L3 mobility debug messages.
• cc – ccserver events
• error – Error events
• forwarding <MAC> – Dataplane forwarding
• <MAC> – MAC Address of the station
• mu – MU events and state changes
• packet – Control packets events
• peer – Peer establishments
• system – System events
Examples
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>debug
RFSwitch>
certmgr all
certmgr info
ip ssh
mobility cc
mobility error
mobility forwarding
mobility mu
mobility packet
mobility peer
mobility system
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3.1.4 disable
User Exec Commands
Enables the PRIV mode to use the disable command. Use the disable command to exit
the PRIV mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
disable
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>disable
RFSwitch>
User Exec Commands
3.1.5 enable
User Exec Commands
Use the enable command to enter the PRIV mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
enable
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch>enable
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3.1.6 logout
User Exec Commands
Use this command instead of the exit command to exit the EXEC mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
logout
Parameters
None
Example
The RFSwitch Series Switch logs off on execution of this
command.
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3.1.7 page
User Exec Commands
Use the command to toggle the switch paging function. Enabling this command displays
the CLI command output page by page, instead of running the entire output at once.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
page
Parameters
None
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3.1.8 ping
User Exec Commands
Sends ICMP echo messages to a user-specified location
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ping {[<IP>|<hostname>]}
Parameters
ping {[<IP>|<hostname>]} Pings the specified destination IP address or hostname.
When entered without any parameters, this command
prompts you for an IP/Host-name to ping.
Example
RFSwitch>ping 192.168.2.100
PING 192.168.2.100 (192.168.2.100): 100 data bytes
128 bytes from 192.168.2.100: icmp_seq=0 ttl=128 time=2.7 ms
128 bytes from 192.168.2.100: icmp_seq=1 ttl=128 time=38.4
ms
128 bytes from 192.168.2.100: icmp_seq=2 ttl=128 time=4.6 ms
--- 192.168.2.100 ping statistics --3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 2.7/15.2/38.4 ms
RFSwitch>ping
Target IP address:
User Exec Commands
3.1.9 quit
User Exec Commands
Use this command to exit the current mode and move to the previous mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
quit
Parameters
None
Example
The switch logs off upon execution of the command
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3.1.10 telnet
User Exec Commands
Opens a telnet session
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
telnet <IP> port
Parameters
telnet <IP> port
Defines the IP address or hostname of a remote system
• port – Displays TCP port number
Example
RFS7000>telnet 172.16.10.3
Entering character mode
Escape character is '^]'.
RFS6000 release 4.0.0.0-037D
Login as 'cli' to access CLI.
RFS6000 login:
User Exec Commands
3.1.11 terminal
User Exec Commands
Sets the length/number of lines displayed within the terminal window
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
terminal [length <0-512>|no [length <0-512>|width]|
width <0-512>]
Parameters
length <0-512>
Sets the number of lines on a screen
no [length <0-512>|
width]
Negates a command or sets its defaults.
• length <0-512> – Negates the length command
• width – Negates the width command
width <0-512>
Sets the width/number of characters on a screen line
Example
RFSwitch>terminal length 100
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>terminal width 200
RFSwitch>
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3.1.12 traceroute
User Exec Commands
Traces the route to its defined destination
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
traceroute [[<IP>|<hostname>]|ip [<IP>|<hostname>]]
Parameters
[<IP>|<hostname>]
Traces the route to a destination IP address or a hostname
ip [<IP>|<hostname>]
IP trace to a destination IP address or a hostname
Example
RFSwitch#traceroute 157.222.333.33
traceroute to 157.235.208.39 (157.235.208.39), 30 hops max,
38 byte packets
1 157.235.208.39 (157.235.208.39) 0.466 ms 0.363 ms 0.226 ms
RFSwitch#
Privileged Exec Commands
Most PRIV EXEC commands set operating parameters. Privileged-level access should be
password protected to prevent unauthorized use. The PRIV EXEC command set includes
commands contained within the USER EXEC mode. The PRIV EXEC mode also provides
access to configuration modes, and includes advanced testing commands.
The PRIV EXEC mode prompt consists of the host name of the device followed by a pound
sign (#). To access the PRIV EXEC mode, enter the following at the prompt:
RFSwitch>enable
RFSwitch#
The PRIV EXEC mode is often referred to as the enable mode, because the enable
command is used to enter the mode. There is no provision to configure a password to get access
to PRIV EXEC (enable) mode.
4.1 Priv Exec Command
Table 4.1 summarizes the switch PRIV EXEC commands:.
Table 4.1 Priv Exec Mode Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
acknowledge
Acknowledges alarms
page 4-4
archive
Manages archive files
page 4-5
cd
Changes the current directory
page 4-7
change-passwd
Changes the password of the logged user
page 4-8
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Table 4.1 Priv Exec Mode Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clear
Resets switch functions to last saved configuration
page 4-9
clock
Configures the software system clock
page 4-13
clrscr
Clears the displayed screen
page 2-2
cluster-cli
Displays the cluster context
page 4-14
configure
Enters the configuration mode
page 4-15
copy
Copies content from one file to another
page 4-16
debug
Displays debugging functions
page 4-17
delete
Deletes a specified file from the system
page 4-25
diff
Displays differences between two files
page 4-26
dir
Lists the files on a filesystem
page 4-28
disable
Turns off privileged mode command
page 4-29
edit
Edits a text file
page 4-30
enable
Turns on the privileged mode command
page 4-31
erase
Erases a filesystem
page 4-32
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous
mode
page 2-3
halt
Halts the switch
page 4-33
help
Displays a description of the interactive help system page 2-4
kill
Kills (terminates) a specified session
page 4-34
logout
Exits the EXEC mode
page 4-35
mkdir
Creates a directory
page 4-36
more
Displays the contents of a file
page 4-37
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Table 4.1 Priv Exec Mode Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 2-5
page
Toggles the paging function
page 4-39
ping
Sends ICMP echo messages to a specified location
page 4-40
pwd
Displays the current directory
page 4-41
quit
Exits the current mode and moves to the previous
mode
page 4-42
reload
Halts the switch and performs a warm reboot
page 4-43
rename
Renames a file
page 4-44
rmdir
Deletes a directory
page 4-45
service
Displays service commands
page 2-7
show
Shows running system information.
page 2-37
telnet
Opens a telnet session
page 4-46
terminal
Sets terminal line parameters
page 4-47
traceroute
Traces a route to a destination
page 4-48
upgrade
Upgrades the switch software image
page 4-49
upgrade - abort
Aborts an ongoing upgrade operation
page 4-51
write
Writes the running configuration to memory or a
terminal
page 4-52
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4.1.1 acknowledge
Priv Exec Command
Acknowledges alarms
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
acknowledge alarm-log [<1-65535>|all]
Parameters
alarm-log [<1-65535>|all] Acknowledges alarms
• <1-65535> – Acknowledges the specific alarm ID
• all – Acknowledges all alarms
Example
RFSwitch#acknowledge alarm-log all
No corresponding record found in the Alarm Log.
RFSwitch#acknowledge alarm-log 200
No corresponding record found in the Alarm Log.
RFSwitch#
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4.1.2 archive
Priv Exec Command
Manages file archive operations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
archive tar /table [<FILE>|<URL>]
archive tar /create [<FILE>|<URL>] [<FILE>|<DIR>]
archive tar /xtract [<FILE>|<URL>] <DIR>
Parameters
tar
Manipulates (creates, lists or extracts) a tar file
/table
Lists the files in a tar file
/create
Creates a tar file
/xtract
Extracts content from a tar file
<FILE>
Defines a Tar filename
<URL>
Tar file URL
<DIR>
A directory name. When used with /create, is the source
directory for the tar file. When used with /xtract, is the
destination file where the contents of the tar file are
extracted to.
Example
How to zip the folder flash:/log/?
RFSwitch#archive tar /create flash:/out.tar flash:/log/
tar: Removing leading '/' from member names
flash/log/
flash/log/snmpd.log
flash/log/messages.log
flash/log/startup.log
flash/log/radius/
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RFSwitch#dir flash:/
How to view the output tar file?
Directory of flash:/
drwx
1024
Thu
drwx
120
Fri
drwx
1024
Thu
drwx
1024
Wed
-rw173056
Fri
Apr 17 08:25:50 2007
Apr 8 12:27:20 2007
Apr 7 16:23:34 2007
May 23 15:30:19 2007
May 8 14:39:48 2007
hotspot
log
crashinfo
backup
out.tar
How to see which files are in the tar file?
RFSwitch#archive tar /table flash:/out.tar
drwxrwxrwt 0/600 0 2007-05-08 12:27:20 flash/log
-rw-r--r-- 0/0
381 2007-05-08 12:27:28 flash/log/
snmpd.log
-rw-r--r-- 0/0
151327 2007-05-08 14:37:26 flash/log/
messages.log
-rw-r--r-- 0/0
17318 2007-05-08 12:27:29 flash/log/
startup.log
drwxrwxrwt 0/600 0 2007-05-08 12:27:14 flash/log/radius
If Untar fails..?
RFSwitch#archive tar /xtract flash:/out.tar flash:/out/
tar: flash:/out.tar: No such file or directory
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4.1.3 cd
Priv Exec Command
Changes the current directory
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
cd {<DIR>}
Parameters
<DIR>
Changes current directory to DIR. This parameter is
optional. When this parameter is not provided, the current
directory name is displayed.
Example
RFSwitch#cd
nvram:/
system:/
flash:/
RFSwitch#cd flash:/?
DIR Change current directory to DIR
RFSwitch#cd flash:/
flash:/backup/
flash:/crashinfo/
flash:/log/
flash:/out/
flash:/hotspot/
RFSwitch#cd flash:/log/?
DIR Change current directory to DIR
RFSwitch#cd flash:/log/
RFSwitch#pwd
flash:/log/
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4.1.4 change-passwd
Priv Exec Command
Changes the password of a logged user
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
change-passwd
Parameters
None
Usage Guidelines
A password must be between 8 to 32 characters in length. For security, the console does
not display user entered key words or the old password and new password fields.
Verify the console displays a “password successfully changed” message.
NOTE: The console (by default), does not display a user entered
keyword for an old password and new password.
Leaving the old password and new password fields empty displays the
following error message:
Error: Invalid password length. It should be between 8 32characters.
Example
RFSwitch#change-passwd
Enter old password:
Enter new password:
Password for user 'admin' changed successfully
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4.1.5 clear
Priv Exec Command
Resets the current context
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clear [aclstats|alarm-log|arp-cache|counters|crypto|
dosstats|ip|logging|mac-address-table|mobility|
spanning-tree]
clear [aclstats|arp-cache|dosstats|logging]
clear alarm-log [<1-65535>|acknowledge|all|new]
clear counters [all|bridge|firewall|igmp-snooping|interface|
router|thread]
clear counters interface [<interface>|all|ge <1-8>|me1|sa
<1-4>|up1|vlan <1-4094>]
clear crypto [ike|ipsec] sa {<IP>}
clear ip [dhcp|pmtu-discovery-blackhole-cache]
clear ip dhcp binding [*|<IP>|all]
clear ip pmtu-discovery-blackhole-cache
clear mac-address-table [dynamic|multicast|static]
[address <address>|bridge <1-32>|interface <interface>|
vlan <vlan>]
clear mobility [event-log|mobile-unit|peer-statistics]
clear mobility event-log [mobile-unit|peer]
clear mobility mobile-unit [<MAC>|all|foreign-database|
home-database]
clear mobility peer-statistics {<peer-IP>}
clear spanning-tree detected-protocols {interface
<interface-name>}
Parameters
aclstats
Clears ACl statistics
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alarm-log [<1-65535>|
acknowledge|all|new]
Clears the alarm-log
• <1-65535> – Clears the specific alarm ID
• acknowledge – Clears acknowledged alarms
• all – Clear all alarms
• new – Clear new alarms
arp-cache
Clears the ARP cache
counters
[all|bridge|firewall|
igmp-snooping|interface|
router|thread]
Clears counters
• all – Clears all counters
• bridge – Clears bridge counters
• firewall – Clears firewall counters
• interface [<interface>|all|ge <1-8>|me1|sa <1-4>|up1|
vlan <1-4094>] – Clears interface counters
• igmp-snooping – Clears igmp-snooping counters
• router – Clears router counters
• thread – Clear per-thread counters
crypto [ipsec|isakmp] sa
{<IP>}
Clears IPSec/ISAKMP SAs for a given peer
• ipsec sa {<IP> } – Clears IPSec SA’s
• isakmp sa {<IP> } – Clears ISAKMP SA’s
• sa – Clears all IPSec/ISAKMP SA's
• <IP> – Optional. Peer IP address
ip [dhcp|
pmtu-discoveryblackhole-cache]
Clears Internet Protocol (IP) DHCP/NAT
• dhcp binding [*|<IP>|all]– DHCP server configuration
• binding [*|<IP>|all]– DHCP address bindings
• * – Clears all bindings
• <IP> – Clears a specific IP binding
• all – Clears
• pmtu-discovery-blackhole-cache - Clears path
For more details, see DHCP Server Instance on page 17-1
logging
Modifies message logging facilities
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mac-address-table
[dynamic|multicast|static]
[address <address>|
bridge <1-32>|
interface <interface>|
vlan <vlan>]
Clears entries in the forwarding database
• dynamic – Clears all dynamic entries
• multicast – Clears all multicast entries
• static – Clears all management configured entries
• address <address> – Clears a specified MAC address
• bridge <1-32> – Clears bridge group commands
• interface <interface> – Clears all MAC addresses for
the specified interface
• vlan <vlan> – Clears all MAD addresses for the
specified VLAN (1-4094)
mobility [event-log|
mobile-unit|
peer-statistics]
Clears mobility attributes
• event-log [mobile-unit|peer]– Clears the event log
• mobile-unit – Clears MU event-logs for
• peer – Clears peer event logs
• mobile-unit [<MAC>|all|foreign-database
home-database] – Clears MU information.
• <MAC> – Clears the MAC addresses of a MU
• all – Clears the MU MAC address, including the
foreign and home database
• foreign-database – Clears those MUs present in the
foreign MU database
• home-database – Clears those MUs present in the
home MU database
• peer-statistics {<peer-IP>}– Clears Mobility Peer
Statistics
• <peer-IP> – IP address of a Peer
spanning-tree
detected-protocols
{interface <interfacename>}
Clears the spanning tree protocols configured for the
interface
• detected-protocols {interface <interface-name>} –
Enter the optional interface name to clear the detected
spanning tree protocols for that specific interface
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Example
RFSwitch#clear
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#clear
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#clear
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#clear
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#clear
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#clear
RFSwitch#
alarm-log new
alarm-log acknowledged
arp-cache
logging
mobility event-log peer
ip dhcp binding *
Privileged Exec Commands
4.1.6 clock
Priv Exec Command
Configures the software system clock
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clock set HH:MM:SS <1-31> <MONTH> <1993-2035>
Parameters
HH:MM:SS
Sets the time in hours, minutes, and seconds
<1-31>
Sets the number of days in the month.
<MONTH>
Sets the month in the format Jan, Feb, Mar,..., Dec.
<1993-2035>
Sets the year
Example
RFSwitch#clock set 15:10:30 25 May 2007
RFSwitch#show clock
May 25 15:10:31 UTC 2007
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4.1.7 cluster-cli
Priv Exec Command
Use this command to access the cluster-cli context. The cluster-cli context provides
centralized management to configure all members of cluster from one member. Any
command executed under this context is executed on all switches in the cluster.
A new context (redundancy) is available to support the cluster-cli. Any commands
executed under this context are executed on each cluster member.
Use no cluster-cli to exit the cluster-cli context.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
cluster-cli enable
Parameters
enable
Enables the switch cluster context
Example
RFSwitch#cluster-cli enable
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4.1.8 configure
Priv Exec Command
Enters the configuration mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
configure terminal
Parameters
terminal
Enables configuration from the terminal
Example
RFSwitch#configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.
RFSwitch(config)#
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4.1.9 copy
Priv Exec Command
Copies any file (config,log,txt ...etc) from any location to the switch and vice-versa
NOTE: Copying a new config file onto an existing running-config file
merges it with the existing running-config on the switch. Both, the
existing running-config and the new config file are applied as the
current running-config.
Copying a new config file onto a start-up config files replaces the
existing start-up config file with the parameters of the new file. It is
better to erase the existing start-up config file and then copy the new
config file to the startup config.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
copy [<FILE>|<URL>] [<FILE>|<URL>]
Parameters
<FILE>
The first <FILE> is the source file to copy from. The second
<FILE> is the destination to which to copy.
<URL>
The first <URL> is the source URL to copy from. The second
<URL> is the destination URL to which to copy.
Example
Transferring file snmpd.log to remote tftp server?
RFSwitch#copy flash:/log/snmpd.log
tftp://157.235.208.105:/snmpd.log
Accessing running-config file from remote tftp server into switchrunning-config?
RFSwitch#copy tftp://157.235.208.105:/runningconfig running-config
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4.1.10 debug
Priv Exec Command
Use this command for debugging
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
debug [all|cc|ccstats|certmgr|dhcpsvr|imi|ip|logging|mgmt|
mobility|mstp|nsm|radius|redundancy|rns|securitymgr|sole]
debug all
debug cc [access-port|all|alt|ap-containment|ap-detect|
capwap|cluster|config|dot11|eap|ids|kerberos|l3-mob|
loc-ap|loc-mu|media|mobile-unit|radio|radius|self-heal|
smart|snmp|system|wips|wisp|wlan] {[debug|err|info|warn]}
debug ccstats <statsmodule>
debug [certmgr|dhcpsvr] [all|error|info]
debug imi [all|cli-client|cli-server|errors|init|ntp]
debug ip [https|ssh]
debug logging [all|errors|init|monitor|subagent]
debug mgmt [all|debug|err|info|sys|warning]
debug mobility [all|cc|error|forwarding|mu|packet|peer|
system]
debug mstp [all|cli|packet|protocol|timer]
debug nsm {[all|events|kernel|packet]}
debug radius {[all|err|info|warn]}
debug redundancy [all|ccmsg|config|errors|general|
heartbeats|init|packets|proc|shutdown|states|subagent|
timer|warnings]
debug securitymgr [acldebug|aclerror|all|debug|dosdebug|
doserror|error|ikedebug|natdebug|naterror|
packet-forwarding|pmdebug|pmerror|rulesdebug|
ruleserror|user]
debug sole [adapters|aeroscout|algo|all|cclib|ekahau|errors|
info|init]
Parameters
all
Enables debugging
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cc [access-port|all|alt|
ap-containment|
apetect|capwap|cluster|
config|dot11|eap|ids|
kerberos|l3-mob|loc-ap|
loc-mu|media|
mobile-unit|radio|radius|
self-heal|smart|snmp|
system|wips|wisp|wlan]
{[debug|err|info|warn]}
Cellcontroller (wireless) debugging message
• access-port [debug|err|info|warn] – Debugs access port
logs
• debug – Debugs all default messages
• err – Debugs error and higher severity messages
• info – Debugs information and higher severity messages
• warn – Debugs warning and higher severity messages
• all – all modules
• alt [debug|err|info|warn] – address lookup logs
• ap-detect [debug|err|info|warn] – rouge AP detection
logs
• ap-containment [debug|err|info|warn] – rouge AP
containment logs
• capwap [debug|err|info|warn] – capwap logs
• cluster [debug|err|info|warn] – cluster related logs
• config [debug|err|info|warn] – configuration change logs
• dot11 [debug|err|info|warn] – data path logs
• kerberos [debug|err|info|warn] – kerberos logs
• l3-mob [debug|err|info|warn] – Layer3 mobility logs
• loc-ap [debug|err|info|warn] – loc-ap logs
• loc-mu [debug|err|info|warn] – loc-mu logs
• media [debug|err|info|warn] – encapsulation media logs
• mobile-unit [debug|err|info|warn] – mobile unit logs
• radio [debug|err|info|warn] – radius logs
• radius [debug|err|info|warn] – radius client logs
• self-heal [debug|err|info|warn] – self healing logs
• smart [debug|err|info|warn] – smart-rf logs
• snmp [debug|err|info|warn] – SNMP logs
• system [debug|err|info|warn] – system call logs
• wips [debug|err|info|warn] – WIPS sensor logs
• wisp [debug|err|info|warn] – wisp logs
• wlan[debug|err|info|warn] – wlan logs
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ccstats <stats-module>
Cellcontroller statistics (wireless) debugging messages
• stats-module [debug|error|info|warn] – Statistics
Module to be debugged.
• debug – Debugs all default messages
• err – Debugs error and higher severity messages
• info – Debugs information and higher severity
messages
• warn – Debugs warning and higher severity messages
certmgr [all|error|info]
Certificate manager debugging messages
• all – Trace error and informational messages from
Certificate Manager
• error – Trace error messages from Certificate Manager
• info – Trace information messages from Certificate
Manager
dhcpsvr [all|error|info]
DHCP Conf Server debugging messages
• all – Trace error and informational messages from DHCP
Conf Server
• error – Trace error messages from DHCP Conf Server
• info – Trace information messages from DHCP Conf
Server
imi [all|cli-client|
cli-server|errors|init|ntp]
Integrated management interface debugging messages
• all – All debugging
• cli-client – CLI responses from Protocol modules to IMI
Server
• cli-server – CLI commands from IMI server to protocol
module
• error – errors
• init – Initialization process
• ntp – Net debug messages
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ip [https|ssh]
Internet protocol debugging messages
• https – Secure HTTP <HTTPS> Server
• ssh – Secure Shell <SSH> Server
logging
[all|errors|init|monitor|
subagent]
Modify message logging facilities for debugging messages
• all – All debugging
• error – errors
• init – Logging module Initialization
• monitor – Logging to monitors
• sub-agent – Subagent
mgmt
[all|debug|err|info|sys|
warning]
Management daemon debugging messages
• all – All debugging
• debug – Debug
• info – Info
• sys – System
• warning –Warning
• error – errors
mobility
[all|cc|error|forwarding|
mu|packet|peer|system]
L3 mobility debugging messages
• all – All debugging <except “forwarding”>
• cc – ccserver events
• error – error
• forwarding – Dataplane forwarding
• mu –MU events and state changes
• packet – Control packets
• peer – Peer establishment
• system – System events
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mstp
[all|cli|packet|protocol|
timer]
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) debugging
message
• all – all
• cli – CLI commands
• packet [rx|tx] – MSTP packets
• rx – receive packet
• tx – transmit packet
• protocol detail – Protocol
• timer detail – MSTP timers
• detail – Detailed output
nsm {[all|events|kernel|
packet]}
Network Service Module (NSM) debugging messages. All
parameters are optional.
• all – Enable all debugging
• events – NSM events
• kernel – NSM kernel
• packet [detail|recv|send] – NSM packets
• detail – Detailed information display
• recv [detail] – NSM receive packets
• detail – Detailed information display
• send [detail] – NSM send packets
• detail – Detailed information display
radius
{[all|err|info|warning]}
RADIUS server debugging messages. All are optional
parameters.
• all – trace all messages from radius server
• err– trace error messages from local radius server
• info – trace error, warning and information messages
from radius server
• warn – trace error and warning messages from radius
server
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redundancy
[all|ccmsg|config|errors|
general|heartbeats|init|
packets|proc|shutdown|
states|subagent|timer|
warnings]
Redundancy protocol debugging messages
• all – Debugging all
• ccmsg – Msg exchange with CC
• config – Configuration processing
• errors – Errors
• general – General
• heartbeats – Heartbeats processing
• init – Redundancy initialization
• packets – Packet processing
• proc – Process flow
• shutdown – Shutdown process
• states – Redundancy states machine
• subagent – Sub-agent
• timer – Timer handlings
• warning – Warnings
Privileged Exec Commands
securitymgr
[acldebug|aclerror|all|
debug|dosdebug|
doserror|error|ikedebug|
natdebug|naterror|
packet-forwarding|
pmdebug|pmerror|
rulesdebug|ruleserror|
user]
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Security manager debugging messages
• acldebug – Trace debug messages from ACL module
• aclerror – Trace error messages from ACL module
• all – Trace all messages from Security Manager
• debug – Trace general debug messages from Security
Manager
• dosdebug – Trace debug messages from DOS module
• doserror – Trace error messages from DOS module
• error – Trace general error messages from Security
Manager
• ikedebug – Trace debug messages from Ike
• natdebug – Trace debug messages from NAT module
• naterror – Trace error messages from NAT module
• packet-forwarding <WORD> – Enable debug messages
related to packet forwarding
• <WORD> – Module based debug string
• pmdebug – Trace debug messages from Policy Manager
API calls
• pmerror – Trace error messages from Policy Manager API
calls
• rulesdebug – Trace debug messages from rules module
• ruleserror – Trace error messages from debug module
• user <WORD> – Enable debug messages from Policy
manager library
• <WORD> – Module based debug string
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sole [adapters|aeroscout| Location engine debugging messages
algo|all|cclib|ekahau|erro • adapters – SOLE Adapter manager logs
rs|info|init]
• aeroscout – Aeroscout logs
• algo – Location algorithm logs
• all – All module logs
• cclib – cc library logs
• errors – Error and higher severity logs
• info – SOLE info logs
• init – Initialization logs
• ekahau – Ekahau logs
Example
RFSwitch#debug
all
cc
ccstats
certmgr
dhcpsvr
imi
ip
logging
mgmt
mobility
mstp
nsm
pktdrvr
radius
redundancy
securitymgr
sole
RFSwitch#debug
?
Enable all debugging
Cellcontroller (wireless) debugging messages
Cellcontroller (wireless) debugging messages
Certificate Manager Debugging Messages
DHCP Conf Server Debugging Messages
Integrated Management Interface
Internet Protocol (IP)
Modify message logging facilities
Mgmt daemon
L3 Mobility
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
Network Service Module (NSM)
Pktdrvr (kernel wireless) debugging messages
RADIUS server debugging messages
Redundancy Protocol debugging messages
Security Manager Debugging Messages
Location engine debugging messages
Privileged Exec Commands
4.1.11 delete
Priv Exec Command
Deletes a specified file from the system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
delete [/force <FILE>|/recursive <FILE>|<FILE>]
Parameters
/force
Forces deletion without a prompt
/recursive
Performs a recursive delete
<FILE>
Specifies the filename(s) to be deleted
Example
RFSwitch#delete flash:/out.tar flash:/out.tar.gz
Delete flash:/out.tar [y/n]? y
Delete flash:/out.tar.gz [y/n]? y
RFSwitch#delete /force flash:/tmp.txt
RFSwitch#
RFSwitch#delete /recursive flash:/backup/
Delete flash:/backup//fileMgmt_350_180B.core
[y/n]? y
Delete
flash:/backup//fileMgmt_350_18212X.core_bk
[y/n]? n
Delete flash:/backup//imish_1087_18381X.core.gz
[y/n]? n
RFSwitch#
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4.1.12 diff
Priv Exec Command
Displays the differences between 2 files
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
diff [<FILE>|<URL>] [<FILE>|<URL>]
Parameters
<FILE>
The first <FILE> is the source file for the diff. The second
<FILE> is the file to compare.
<URL>
The first <URL> is the source URL for the diff. The second
<URL> is the URL to compare.
Example
RFSwitch#diff startup-config running-config
--- startup-config
+++ running-config
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@
mobility peer 157.235.208.16
wlan 1 enable
wlan 1 ssid wlan123
- wlan 1 encryption-type wep128
+ wlan 1 encryption-type tkip
wlan 1 authentication-type eap
wlan 1 mobility enable
wlan 1 radius server primary 127.0.0.1
@@ -184,10 +184,12 @@
rad-user adam password 0 mypassword
rad-user eve password 0 mypassword123
rad-user sumi password 0 mypassword
+ rad-user test password 0 mypassword123
rad-user vasavi password 0 mypassword123
group kumar2
rad-user sumi
- policy wlan 2
Privileged Exec Commands
+
+
policy vlan 44
policy wlan 10
group kumar3
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4.1.13 dir
Priv Exec Command
View the list of files on a filesystem
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
dir {[/all|/recursive] [<DIR>|all-filesystems]}
Parameters
/all
Lists all files
/recursive
Lists files recursively
<DIR>
Lists files in the named file path
all-filesystems
Lists the files on all filesystems
Example
RFSwitch#dir
Directory of flash:/
drwx
1024
Wed Jul 19 19:14:05
drwx
120
Wed Aug 30 15:32:44
drwx
1024
Thu Aug 31 23:50:09
-rw14271
Tue Jul 25 15:16:41
-rw14271
Wed Jul 26 15:42:08
drwx
1024
Wed Aug 9 17:35:08
-rw3426
Wed Jul 26 16:08:02
config-new
-rw13163
Wed Jul 26 16:08:42
-rw80898
Thu Aug 17 14:59:39
cli_commands.txt
-rw65015
Fri Aug 11 19:57:37
cli_commands.txtli_commands.txt
-rw65154
Thu Aug 17 15:11:23
cli_commands_180B.txt
RFSwitch#
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
hotspot
log
crashinfo
Radius-config
flash:
radius
running-
2006
2006
radius-config
2006
2006
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4.1.14 disable
Priv Exec Command
Turns off the privileged mode command
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
disable
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#disable
RFSwitch>
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4.1.15 edit
Priv Exec Command
Edits a text file
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
edit <FILE>
Parameters
<FILE>
Name of the file to be modified
Example
RFSwitch#edit startup-config
GNU nano 1.2.4
startup-config
!
aaa authentication login default local none
service prompt crash-info
!
username admin password 1
8e67bb26b358e2ed20fe552ed6fb832f397a507d
username admin privilege superuser
username operator password 1
fe96dd39756ac41b74283a9292652d366d73931f
!
!
!
spanning-tree mst configuration
name My Name
!
no bridge multiple-spanning-tree enable bridge-forward
Privileged Exec Commands
4.1.16 enable
Priv Exec Command
Turns on the privileged mode command
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
enable
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#enable
RFSwitch#
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4.1.17 erase
Priv Exec Command
Erases a target filesystem
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
erase [nvram:|flash:|startup-config|usb1:|usb2:|cf:]
Parameters
nvram:
Erases everything in nvram
flash:
Erases everything in flash
startup-config
Resets the configuration to factory default
usb1:
Erases everything in usb1
usb2:
Erases everything in usb2
cf:
Erases everything in cf
Example
RFSwitch#erase startup-config
RFSwitch#
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4.1.18 halt
Priv Exec Command
Stops (halts) the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
halt
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#halt
Wireless switch will be halted, do you want to continue?
(y/n): y
Do you want to save current configuration? (y/n/d): y
[OK]
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4.1.19 kill
Priv Exec Command
Kills (terminates) a specified session and stops (halts) the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
kill session <1-16>
Parameters
session
Active session (16 active sessions can be terminated)
Example
Telnet to switch
[xyz@xyz xyz]$ telnet
157.235.208.93
Trying 157.235.208.93...
Connected to 157.235.208.93 (157.235.208.93).
Escape character is '^]'.
RFSwitch release 3.1.0.0-XXXXXX
Login as 'cli' to access CLI.
login: root
RFSwitch#show sessions
SESSION
USER
LOCATION
START TIME ** 1
root
Jan 1 00:00:00 1970
Jan 1 00:00:00 1970
Jan 1 00:00:00 1970
2
3
root
root
IDLE
Console
157.235.208.105
157.235.208.105
RFSwitch#kill session 9
% Error: Invalid session number
RFSwitch#kill session 3
~ # Connection closed by foreign host.
[xyz@xyz xyz]$
00:00m
00:38m
00:00m
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4.1.20 logout
Priv Exec Command
Exits the EXEC mode and stops (halts) the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
logout
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#logout
RFSwitch release 3.0.0.0-200B
Login as 'cli' to access CLI.
RFSwitch login:
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4.1.21 mkdir
Priv Exec Command
Creates a new directory in the filesystem
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mkdir <DIR>
Parameters
<DIR>
Directory name
Example
RFSwitch#mkdir TestDIR
RFSwitch#
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4.1.22 more
Priv Exec Command
Displays the contents of a file
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
more <FILE>
Parameters
<FILE>
Displays the contents of the file
Example
RFSwitch#more flash:/log/messages.log
Sep 08 12:27:30 2006: %PM-5-PROCSTOP: Process
"radiusd" has been stopped
Sep 08 12:27:31 2006: %LICMGR-6-NEWLICENSE:
Licensed AP count changed to 48
Sep 08 12:27:31 2006: %CC-5-COUNTRYCODE:
config: setting country code to [in:
India]
Sep 08 12:27:31 2006: %DAEMON-6-INFO: radiusd
[460]: Ready to process requests.
Sep 08 12:27:35 2006: %DAEMON-6-INFO: init:
Starting pid 328, console
/dev/ttyS0
Sep 08 12:27:37 2006: %AUTH-6-INFO: login[328]:
root login on `ttyS0' from
`Console'
Sep 08 12:27:47 2006: %IMI-5-USERAUTHSUCCESS:
User 'admin' logged in with role
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of ' superuser' from auth source 'local'
Sep 08 12:28:01 2006: %NSM-6-DHCPDEFRT: Default
route with gateway
157.235.208.246 learnt via DHCP
Sep 08 12:28:01 2006: %NSM-6-DHCPIP: Interface
vlan1 acquired IP address
157.235.208.93/24 via DHCP
Sep 08 12:29:07 2006: %CC-5-RADIOADOPTED: 11bg
radio on AP 00-A0-F8-BF-8A-A2
adopted
Sep 08 12:29:07 2006: %CC-5-RADIOADOPTED: 11a
radio on AP 00-A0-F8-BF-8A-A2
adopted
Sep 08 12:29:12 2006: %MOB-6-MUADD: Station 00
-0F-3D-E9-A6-54: Added to
Mobility Database
Sep 08 12:29:12 2006: %CC-6-STATIONASSOC:
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4.1.23 page
Priv Exec Command
Toggles switch paging. Enabling this command displays the command output page by page
instead of running the entire output at once.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
page
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#page
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4.1.24 ping
Priv Exec Command
Send (transmits) ICMP echo messages
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ping {<IP>}
Parameters
<IP>
Sets the ping destination address or hostname
Example
RFSwitch#ping 157.235.208.39
PING 157.235.208.39 (157.235.208.39): 100 data bytes
128 bytes from 157.235.208.39: icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=2.3
128 bytes from 157.235.208.39: icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.2
128 bytes from 157.235.208.39: icmp_seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.3
128 bytes from 157.235.208.39: icmp_seq=3 ttl=64 time=0.2
128 bytes from 157.235.208.39: icmp_seq=4 ttl=64 time=0.1
--- 157.235.208.39 ping statistics --5 packets transmitted, 5 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 0.1/0.6/2.3 ms
RFSwitch#ping
Target IP address:
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
Privileged Exec Commands
4.1.25 pwd
Priv Exec Command
View the contents of the current directory
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
pwd
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#pwd
flash:/
RFSwitch#
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4.1.26 quit
Priv Exec Command
Exits the current mode and moves to the previous mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
quit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#quit
RFSwitch release 4.0.0.0-XXXX
Login as 'cli' to access CLI.
RFSwitch login:
Privileged Exec Commands
4.1.27 reload
Priv Exec Command
Halts the switch and performs a warm reboot
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
reload
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#reload
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4.1.28 rename
Priv Exec Command
Renames a file in the existing filesystem
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
rename <FILE> <FILE>
Parameters
<FILE>
Specifies the file to rename. The first <FILE> is the old file
name. The second <FILE> is the new file name.
Example
RFSwitch#rename flash:/TestDIR/ NewTestDir
RFSwitch#DIR
Directory of flash:/
drwx
1024
Wed Jul 19 19:14:05
drwx
120
Wed Aug 30 15:32:44
drwx
1024
Thu Aug 31 23:50:09
-rw14271
Tue Jul 25 15:16:41
-rw14271
Wed Jul 26 15:42:08
drwx
1024
Wed Aug 9 17:35:08
-rw3426
Wed Jul 26 16:08:02
config-new
-rw13163
Wed Jul 26 16:08:42
-rw80898
Thu Aug 17 14:59:39
cli_commands.txt
-rw65015
Fri Aug 11 19:57:37
cli_commands.txtli_commands.txt
-rw65154
Thu Aug 17 15:11:23
cli_commands_180B.txt
-rw32
Sat Sep 2 00:15:38
cli_commands.save
drwx
1024
Sat Sep 2 00:31:24
RFSwitch#
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
hotspot
log
crashinfo
Radius-config
flash:
radius
running-
2006
2006
radius-config
2006
2006
2006
2006
NewTestDir
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4.1.29 rmdir
Priv Exec Command
Deletes an existing file from the file system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
rmdir <DIR>
Parameters
<DIR>
Defines the name of the directory to delete
Example
RFSwitch#rmdir flash:/NewTestDir/
RFSwitch#DIR
Directory of flash:/
drwx
1024
Wed Jul 19 19:14:05
drwx
120
Wed Aug 30 15:32:44
drwx
1024
Thu Aug 31 23:50:09
-rw14271
Tue Jul 25 15:16:41
-rw14271
Wed Jul 26 15:42:08
drwx
1024
Wed Aug 9 17:35:08
-rw3426
Wed Jul 26 16:08:02
config-new
-rw13163
Wed Jul 26 16:08:42
-rw80898
Thu Aug 17 14:59:39
cli_commands.txt
-rw65015
Fri Aug 11 19:57:37
cli_commands.txtli_commands.txt
-rw65154
Thu Aug 17 15:11:23
cli_commands_180B.txt
-rw32
Sat Sep 2 00:15:38
cli_commands.save
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
hotspot
log
crashinfo
Radius-config
flash:
radius
running-
2006
2006
radius-config
2006
2006
2006
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4.1.30 telnet
Priv Exec Command
Opens a telnet session
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
telnet <IP> {<port>}
Parameters
telnet <IP> {<port>}
Defines the IP address or hostname of a remote system
• <port> - Optional. Displays TCP Port Number
Example
RFSwitch#telnet 157.111.222.33
Entering character mode
Escape character is '^]'.
Red Hat Linux release 9 (Shrike)
Kernel 2.4.20-6bigmem on an i686
login: cli
Password:
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4.1.31 terminal
Priv Exec Command
Sets the length/number of lines displayed within the terminal window
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
terminal [length <0-512>|no [length <0-512>|width]|
width <0-512>]
Parameters
length <0-512>
Sets the number of lines on a screen
• <0-512> – Number of lines on a screen
no [length <0-512>|
width]
Negates a command or sets its defaults
• length <0-512> – Unset number of lines on a screen
• width – Set width of display terminal
width <0-512>
Sets the width/number of characters on a screen line
• <0-512> – Number of characters on a screen
Example
RFSwitch>terminal length 100
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch>terminal width 200
RFSwitch>
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4.1.32 traceroute
Priv Exec Command
Traces a route to a destination
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
traceroute [[<IP>|<hostname>]|ip [<IP>|<hostname>]]
Parameters
[<IP>|<hostname>]
Traces the route to a destination IP address or a hostname
ip [<IP>|<hostname>]
IP trace to a destination IP address or a hostname
Example
RFSwitch#traceroute 157.222.333.33
traceroute to 157.235.208.39 (157.235.208.39), 30 hops max,
38 byte packets
1 157.235.208.39 (157.235.208.39) 0.466 ms 0.363 ms
0.226 ms
RFSwitch#
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4.1.33 upgrade
Priv Exec Command
Upgrades the software image
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
upgrade <URL> {background}
Parameters
<URL>
Location of the target firmware image used in upgrade
background
Optional. Specifies that the upgrade should occur in the
background.
Example
RFSwitch#upgrade tftp://157.235.208.105:/img
var2 is 10 percent full
/tmp is 2 percent full
Free Memory 161896 kB
FWU invoked via Linux shell
Running from partition /dev/hda5, partition to
update is /dev/hda6
Reading image file header
Removing other partition
Sep 08 15:57:18 2006: %KERN-6-INFO: EXT3 FS on
hda1, internal journal.
Making file system
Extracting files (this can take some time).Sep
...........................
Jan 08 15:58:17 2009: %DIAG-4-CPULOAD: One
minute average load limit exceeded,
value is 100.00% limit is 99.90% (top process
kernel/ISR 100.00%)
Sep 08 15:58:44 2009: %PM-4-PROCNORESP: Process
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"logd" is not responding
Jan 08 15:58:44 2009: %PM-4-PROCNORESP: Process
"logd" is not responding
Jan08 15:58:44 2009: %PM-4-PROCNORESP: Process
"logd" is not responding
Jan 08 15:58:44 2009: %PM-4-PROCNORESP: Process
"logd" is not responding
Version of firmware update file is 4.0.0.0-03D
19193X
Jan08 15:58:44 2009: %KERN-6-INFO: EXT3 FS on
hda1, internal journal.
Creating LILO files
Running LILO
Successful
Jan 08 15:58:46 2009: %FWU-6-FWUDONE: Firmware
update successful, new version is 4.0.0.0-038D
RFSwitch#
Privileged Exec Commands
4.1.34 upgrade - abort
Priv Exec Command
Aborts an ongoing upgrade process
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
upgrade-abort
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch#upgrade-abort
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4.1.35 write
Priv Exec Command
Writes the running configuration to memory or a terminal
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
write [memory|terminal]
Parameters
memory
Writes to NV memory
terminal
Writes to terminal
Example
RFSwitch#write terminal
!
! configuration of RFSwitch version 3.0.0.0-200B!
version 1.0
!
service prompt crash-info
!
username admin password 1
8e67bb26b358e2ed20fe552ed6fb832f397a507d
username admin privilege superuser
username operator password 1
fe96dd39756ac41b74283a9292652d366d73931f
username manager password 1
45b27d6483fc630981ad5096ff26a7956ce0c038
username manager privilege superuser
!
!no country-code
logging console 7
no logging on
fallback enable
ftp password 1 810a25d76c31e495cc070bdf42e076f7c9b0a1cd
ip http server
ip http secure-trustpoint local
ip http secure-server
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ip ssh
ip telnet
snmp-server manager v2
snmp-server manager v3
crypto isakmp identity address
crypto isakmp keepalive 10
crypto ipsec security-association lifetime kilobytes 4608000
!.......................................
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4.1.36 format
Priv Exec Command
Formats file system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
format cf:
Parameters
cf:
Example
RFSwitch#format cf:
Formats compact flash
Global Configuration Commands
The term global is used to indicate characteristics or features effecting the system as a
whole. Use the Global Configuration Mode to configure the system globally, or enter
specific configuration modes to configure specific elements (such as interfaces or
protocols). Use the configure terminal command (under PRIV EXEC) to enter the global
configuration mode.
The example below describes the process of entering the global configuration mode from
privileged EXEC mode:
RFSwitch# configure terminal
RFSwitch(config)#
NOTE: The system prompt changes to indicate you are now in global
configuration mode. The prompt for global configuration mode consists
of the device host name followed by (config) and the pound sign (#).
Commands entered in the global configuration mode update the running configuration file
as soon as they are entered. However, these changes are not saved in the startup
configuration file until a copy running-config startup-config EXEC command is issued.
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5.1 Global Configuration Commands
Table 5.1 summarizes the Global Config commands
Table 5.1 Global Config Mode Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
aaa
Configures the current authentication, authorization
and accounting (aaa) login settings
page 5-5
access-list
Adds an access list entry
page 5-7
autoinstall
Autoinstalls a configuration command
page 5-14
banner
Defines a login banner
page 5-16
boot
Reboots the switch
page 5-17
bridge
Displays bridge group commands
page 5-18
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 2-2
country-code
Configures the country of operation. All existing
radio configuration will be erased
page 5-21
crypto
Defines encryption parameters
page 5-22
do
Runs commands from the EXEC mode
page 5-39
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode page 5-40
errdisable
Recovers from errors
page 5-41
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous
mode
page 2-3
ftp
Configures FTP server parameters
page 5-42
help
Describes the interactive help system
page 2-4
hostname
Sets the system's network name
page 5-43
interface
Defines an interface to configure
page 5-44
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
page 5-46
Global Configuration Commands
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Table 5.1 Global Config Mode Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
license
Sets license management commands
page 5-58
line
Configures a terminal line
page 5-59
local
Sets the username and password for local user
authentication
page 5-60
logging
Modifies message logging facilities
page 5-61
mac
Configures MAC access-lists
page 5-64
mac-addresstable
Configures MAC address table
page 5-65
mac-name
Sets a name to the MAC address of a MU
page 5-66
management
Sets properties of the management interface
page 5-67
no
Negates a command or set its defaults
page 2-5
ntp
Configures Network Time Protocol (NTP) parameters page 5-68
prompt
Sets the system prompt
page 5-73
radius-server
Enters the RADIUS server mode
page 5-74
ratelimit
Sets the rate limit feature parameters
page 5-76
redundancy
Configures redundancy group parameters
page 5-77
role
Sets the Role Based Firewall parameters
page 5-80
rtls
Configures Real Time Location System parameters
page 5-82
show
Displays the running system information
page 2-37
service
Service commands
page 5-83
smtp-notification
Modifies SMTP notification parameters
page 5-86
snmp-server
Modifies SNMP engine parameters
page 5-94
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Table 5.1 Global Config Mode Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
spanning-tree
Configures spanning tree commands
page 5-107
timezone
Configures the timezone
page 5-111
traffic-shape
Configures traffic shaping
page 5-112
username
Establishes user name authentication
page 5-115
vpn
Defines the VPN configuration
page 5-118
wireless
Configures wireless parameters
page 5-119
wlan-acl
Applies an ACL on WLAN
page 5-120
networkelement-id
Sets system’s network element ID
page 5-123
firewall
Configures Wireless firewall
page 5-124
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5.1.1 aaa
Global Configuration Commands
Configures the current Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) login settings
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
aaa [authentication|nas|vpn-authentication]
aaa authentication login default [local|none|radius]
aaa nas <name>
aaa vpn-authentication [primary|secondary] <IP> key [0
<secret>|2 <secret>|<secret>] {authport <1024-65535>}
Parameters
authentication login
default
[local|none|radius]
Sets the authentication configuration parameters.
• login – Sets the authentication lists for login
• default – Defines the default authentication list
• local – Sets the local user database
• none – No authentication
• radius – Defines an external RADIUS server
nas <name>
Sets the NAS identifier. The <name> parameter accepts a
string of 64 characters.
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vpn-authentication
[primary|secondary]
[<IP> key [0 <secret>|
2 <secret>|<secret>]
{authport <1024-65535>}
Sets the configuration for VPN authentication using
RADIUS.
• primary – Sets the configuration for the primary server.
• secondary – Sets the configuration for the secondary
server.
• key [0 <secret>|2 <secret>|<secret>] – Sets the secret
key settings.
• 0 <secret> – Indicates that the password is specified
unencrypted.
• 2 <secret> – Indicates that the password is encrypted
with password-encryption secret.
• <secret> – A shared secret up to 32 characters.
• authport <1024-65535> – Sets an optional RADIUS
Server authentication port
Usage Guidelines
Use an AAA login to determine whether management user authentication must be
performed against a local user database or an external RADIUS server
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5.1.2 access-list
Global Configuration Commands
Adds an Access List (ACL) entry. Use the access-list command (under Global
Configuration) to configure the access list mechanism for filtering frames by protocol type
or vendor code.
ACLs control access to the network through a set of rules. Each rule specifies an action
which is taken when a packet matches it within the given set of rules. If the action is deny,
the packet is dropped and if the action is permit, the packet is allowed. The switch
supports the following ACLs:
• IP Standard ACLs
• IP Extended ACLs
• MAC Extended ACLs
ACLs are identified by either a number or a name. Numbers are predefined for IP Standard
and Extended ACLs, and the name can be any valid alphanumeric string (not exceeding 64
characters). With numbered ACLs, the rule parameters have to be specified on the same
command line along with the ACL identifier.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
access-list [<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|<2000-2699>]
For Standard IP ACLs:
access-list [<1-99>|<1300-1999>] [deny|permit|mark]
access-list [<1-99>|<1300-1999>] deny [<IP/MASK>|any|
host <IP>] {[rule-precedence <1-5000>|
log {rule-precedence <1-5000>}]}
access-list [<1-99>|<1300-1999>] permit [<IP/MASK>|any|
host <IP>] {[rule-precedence <1-5000>|
log {rule-precedence <1-5000>}]}
access-list [<1-99>|<1300-1999>] mark [8021p <0-7>|
dscp <0-63>|tos <0-255>] [<IP/MASK>|any|host <IP>]
{[rule-precedence <1-5000>|log {rule-precedence <1-5000>}]}
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For Extended IP ACLs:
access-list [<100-199>|<2000-2699>] [deny|permit|mark]
[icmp|ip|tcp|upd]
access-list [<100-199>|<2000-2699>] [deny|permit|mark] icmp
[<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] [<dest-IP/Mask>|any|host
<IP>] {<ICMP-type> {<ICMP-code>}} {log} {rule-precedence <15000>}
access-list [<100-199>|<2000-2699>] [deny|permit|mark]ip
[<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] [<dest-IP/Mask>|any|host
<IP>] {log} {rule-precedence <1-5000>}
access-list [<100-199>|<2000-2699>] [deny|permit|mark]
[tcp|udp] [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] {eq
<source-port>|range <starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port>} [<dest-IP/Mask|any|host <IP>]
{eq <source-port>} {range <starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port>} {log} {rule-precedence <1-5000>}
NOTE
Using access-list [<100-199>|<2000-2699>] moves you to the
(config-ext-nacl) instance. For additional information, see
Extended ACL Instance on page 14-1.
Using access-list [<1-99>|<1300-1999>] moves you to the
(config-std-nacl) instance. For additional information, see
Standard ACL Instance on page 15-1.
To create a named ACL, use ip access-list (Standard/Extended). For
more information, see ip on page 5-46.
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Parameters
access-list
[<1-99>|<1300-1999>]
[permit|deny]
[<IP/MASK>|any|
host <IP>] {[ruleprecedence <1-5000>
{log}|log]}
Adds a standard access list entry.
• [<1-99>|<1300-1999>] – Defines access list number from
1-99 or 1300-1999.
• [deny|permit] – Defines action types on an ACL.
• [<IP/MASK>| host <IP>| any] – <IP/MASK> is the
source address of the network or host in dotted
decimal format. For example, 10.1.1.10/24
indicates the first 24 bits of the source IP are used
for matching.
• The keyword any is an abbreviation for a source IP
of 0.0.0.0 and source-mask bits equal to 0
• The keyword host is an abbreviation for exact
source (A.B.C.D) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• log – Generates log messages when the packet
coming from the interface matches the ACL entry.
Log messages are generated only for router ACL’s.
This is an optional parameter
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Define an Integer
value between 1-5000. This value sets the rule
precedence in the ACL. This is an optional
parameter.
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access-list [<199>|<1300-1999>]
mark [8021p <07>|dscp <0-63>|tos
<0-255>] [<IP/
MASK>|any|host <IP>]
{[rule-precedence <15000> {log}|log]}
Adds a standard access list entry.
• [<1-99>|<1300-1999>] – Defines access list number from
1-99 or 1300-1999.
• mark – Marks a packet. The action type mark is
functional only over a Port ACL.
• 8021p <0-7> – Used only with the action type mark to
specify 8021p priority values.
• dscp <0-63> – Used only with the action type mark to
specify DSCP values.
• tos <0-255> – Used only with the action type mark to
specify type of service (tos) values.
• [<IP/MASK>| host <IP>| any] – <IP/MASK> is the
source address of the network or host in dotted
decimal format. For example, 10.1.1.10/24
indicates the first 24 bits of the source IP are used
for matching.
• The keyword any is an abbreviation for a source IP
of 0.0.0.0 and source-mask bits equal to 0
• The keyword host is an abbreviation for exact
source (A.B.C.D) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• log – Generates log messages when the packet
coming from the interface matches the ACL entry.
Log messages are generated only for router ACL’s.
This is an optional parameter
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Define an Integer
value between 1-5000. This value sets the rule
precedence in the ACL. This is an optional
parameter.
Global Configuration Commands
access-list
[<100-199>|<20002699>] [permit|deny]
[icmp|ip|tcp|udp]
[<IP/MASK>|any|
host <IP>] {[ruleprecedence <1-5000>
{log}|log]}
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Adds an Extended IP access list entry.
• (<100-199>|<2000-2699>) – For ICMP extended ACLs, the
ACL must be between 2000-2699
• [deny|permit] – Defines action types on an ACL.
• [icmp|ip|tcp|udp] – The protocol type for the extended
ACL entry.
• [<IP/MASK>| host <IP>| any] – <IP/MASK> is the
source address of the network or host in dotted
decimal format. For example, 10.1.1.10/24
indicates the first 24 bits of the source IP are used
for matching.
• The keyword any is an abbreviation for a source IP
of 0.0.0.0 and source-mask bits equal to 0
• The keyword host is an abbreviation for exact
source (A.B.C.D) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• log – Generates log messages when the packet
coming from the interface matches the ACL entry.
Log messages are generated only for router ACL’s.
This is an optional parameter
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Define an Integer
value between 1-5000. This value sets the rule
precedence in the ACL. This is an optional
parameter.
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access-list
[<100-199>|<20002699>] mask [8021p
<0-7>|dscp <0-63>|tos
<0-255>]
[icmp|ip|tcp|udp]
[<IP/MASK>|any|
host <IP>] {[ruleprecedence <1-5000>
{log}|log]}
Adds an Extended IP access list entry.
• (<100-199>|<2000-2699>) – For ICMP extended ACLs, the
ACL must be between 2000-2699
• mark – Marks a packet. The action type mark is
functional only over a Port ACL.
• 8021p <0-7> – Used only with the action type mark to
specify 8021p priority values.
• dscp <0-63> – Used only with the action type mark to
specify DSCP values.
• tos <0-255> – Used only with the action type mark to
specify type of service (tos) values.
• [icmp|ip|tcp|udp] – The protocol type for the extended
ACL entry.
• [<IP/MASK>| host <IP>| any] – <IP/MASK> is the
source address of the network or host in dotted
decimal format. For example, 10.1.1.10/24
indicates the first 24 bits of the source IP are used
for matching.
• The keyword any is an abbreviation for a source IP
of 0.0.0.0 and source-mask bits equal to 0
• The keyword host is an abbreviation for exact
source (A.B.C.D) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• log – Generates log messages when the packet
coming from the interface matches the ACL entry.
Log messages are generated only for router ACL’s.
This is an optional parameter
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Define an Integer
value between 1-5000. This value sets the rule
precedence in the ACL. This is an optional
parameter.
Global Configuration Commands
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Use an access list command under the global configuration to create an access list. The
switch supports port, router and WLAN ACLs
• When the access list is applied on an Ethernet port, it becomes a port ACL
• When the access list is applied on a VLAN interface, it becomes a router ACL
• When the access list is applied on a WLAN index, it becomes a WLAN ACL
A MAC access list (to allow arp), is mandatory for both port and WLAN ACL’s. For more
information on how to configure a MAC access list, see permit on page 16-15.
Example
The example below creates a standard access list (ACL) to permit any traffic coming to the
interface:
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 1 permit any
RFSwitch(config)#
The example below creates a extended IP access list to permit IP traffic between two
networks:
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 101 permit ip 192.168.1.0/24
192.168.2.0/24
RFSwitch(config)#
The example below creates a extended access list to permit tcp traffic, between two
networks, with destination port range between 20 and 23:
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 101 permit tcp 192.168.1.0/24
192.168.2.0/24 range 20 23
RFSwitch(config)#
The example below denies icmp traffic from any source to any destination:
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 115 deny icmp any any
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 115 permit ip any any
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.3 autoinstall
Global Configuration Commands
Autoinstalls the switch image
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
autoinstall [clear-config-history|cluster-config|config|
image|reset-config|start]
autoinstall [clear-config-history|reset-config|start]
autoinstall [cluster-config|config] {url <URL>}
autoinstall image {[url <URL>|version <version>]}
Parameters
clear-config-history
Autoinstalls a clear configuration history, resulting in a
reversion.
cluster-config {url
<URL>}
Autoinstalls a cluster-config setup.
• url – Optional. Sets the URL of the item.
• <URL> – Remote/external location of the file
URLS: tftp://<hostname|IP>[:port]/path/file
ftp://<user>:<passwd>@<hostname|IP>[:port]/
path/file
http://<hostname|IP>[:port]/path/file
cf:/path/file
usb1:/path/file
usb2:/path/file
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config {url <URL>}
Autoinstalls a config setup.
• url – Optional. Sets the URL of the item.
• URL – Remote/external location of the file.
URLS: tftp://<hostname|IP>[:port]/path/file
ftp://<user>:<passwd>@<hostname|IP>[:port]/
path/file
http://<hostname|IP>[:port]/path/file
cf:/path/file
usb1:/path/file
usb2:/path/file
image {[url <URL>|
version <version>]}
Autoinstalls the image setup.
• url – Optional. Sets the URL of the item.
• <URL> – Remote/external location of the file.
URLS: tftp://<hostname|IP>[:port]/path/file
ftp://<user>:<passwd>@<hostname|IP>[:port]/
path/file
http://<hostname|IP>[:port]/path/file
cf:/path/file
usb1:/path/file
usb2:/path/file
• version <version> – The version number <version>
cannot be the same as the currently installed version
number. Attempting to install the same version results in
an unsuccessful download
reset-config
Resets all autoinstall features to factory defaults
start
Starts the autoinstall sequence
Example
RFSwitch(config)#autoinstall clear-config-history
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.4 banner
Global Configuration Commands
Defines a login banner for the switch. Use {no} banner to delete a previously configured
banner.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
{no} banner motd [<message>|default]
Parameters
motd [<message>|
default]
Sets the message of the day (MOTD) banner. <message> is
the custom message to be displayed.Use default to set the
MOTD string to the default message for the switch.
Usage Guidelines
Use no banner motd to delete the previously configured banner.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#banner motd Welcome to my RFSwitch CLI
RFSwitch(config)
RFSwitch release 3.1.0.0-XXXX
Login as 'cli' to access CLI.
RFSwitch login: cli
Welcome to my RFSwitch CLI
Welcome to my RFSwitch CLI
RFSwitch>
RFSwitch release 3.0.2.0-003B
Login as 'cli' to access CLI.
RFSwitch login: cli
Welcome to CLI
Welcome to CLI
RFSwitch>
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5.1.5 boot
Global Configuration Commands
Reboots the switch with an image in the mentioned partition (either the primary or
secondary partition)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
boot system [primary|secondary]
Parameters
system
[primary|secondary]
Specifies the boot image used after reboot
• primary – Specifies the primary image
• secondary – Specifies the secondary image
Example
RFSwitch(config)#boot system primary
Wireless switch will be rebooted, do you want to continue?
(y/n):y
Do you want to save the configuration? (y/n):y
The system is going down NOW !!
% Connection is closed by administrator!
Please stand by while rebooting the system.
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5.1.6 bridge
Global Configuration Commands
Configures bridge specific commands
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The interfaces mentioned below are
supported in the following platforms:
•
•
•
•
ge <index> – RFS7000 supports 4 GEs and RFS6000 supports 8 GEs
sa <1-4> – Only supported on RFS7000
me1 – Only supported on RFS7000 and RFS6000
up1 – Only supported on RFS6000
Syntax
{no} bridge [<bridgegroup>|multiple-spanning-tree]
bridge <bridegegroup> [address|ageing-time]
bridge <bridegegroup> address <MAC> [discard|forward]
[<interface>|ge <1-8>|me1|sa <1-4>|up1|vlan <1-4094>]
bridge <bridegegroup> ageing-time [0|<10-1000000>]
bridge multiple-spanning-tree enable
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Parameters
bridge <bridge-group>
address <MAC>
[discard|forward]
[<interface>|ge <1-8>|
me1|sa <1-4>|up1|
vlan <1-4094>]
bridge <bridge-group>
ageing-time
[0|<10-1000000>]
Bridge groups available for bridging.
• <bridgegroup> – Bridge group value between 1 and 32.
• address <MAC> – Unique hardware address in the
HHHH.HHHH.HHHH format.
• [discard|forward] – Either discard or forward the
interface on which the configured rule is applied. This
filter frames on a specific interface that contain the
specified hardware address in either the source or
destination field.
• <interface> – The name of the interface
• vlan <2-4094> – VLAN interface
• ge <index> – Gigabit Ethernet interface. RFS7000
supports 4 GE’s and RFS6000 supports 8 GEs
• sa <1-4> – Static Aggregate interface index. Only
supported on RFS7000
• me1 – Fast Ethernet interface.
• up1 – WAN interface. Only available on RFS6000
• ageing-time [0|<10-1000000>] – The time duration a
learned MAC address persists after the last update
• 0 – Disables aging
• <10-1000000> – Sets aging time in seconds
multiple-spanning-tree
enable
Enables Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
commands
Usage Guidelines
Creating customized filter schemes for bridged networks limits the amount of unnecessary
traffic processed and distributed by the bridging equipment. Use multiple bridge address
discard/forward commands to develop the filter scheme.
Use the (no)bridge [<1-32>|multiple-spanning-tree]command to delete the
configured discard or forward filters.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#bridge multiple-spanning-tree enable
RFSwitch(config)#
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RFSwitch(config)#bridge 2 address 1a2b:3c4d:5e6f forward eth
1 vlan 2
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.7 country-code
Global Configuration Commands
Sets the country of operation
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
{no} country-code <code>
Parameters
<code>
A two (2) letter ISO-3166 country code. To view country
codes, use the show wireless country-code-list
command.
Usage Guidelines
{no} country-code
erases all existing radio configuration.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#country-code ?
WORD the 2 letter ISO-3166 country code ("show wireless
country-code-list" to see list of supported countries)
RFSwitch(config)#no country-code US
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.8 crypto
Global Configuration Commands
Use crypto to define system level local ID for ISAKMP negotiation and to enter the ISAKMP
Policy, ISAKMP Client or ISAKMP Peer command set.
NOTE: crypto isakmp(policy)Priority moves to the
config-crypto-isakmp instance. For more information, see
Crypto-isakmp Instance on page 6-1.
crypto isakmp client configuration group default
moves you to the config-crypto-group instance. For more details,
see
Crypto-group Instance on page 7-1.
crypto isakmp peer IP Address moves to the
config-crypto-peer instance. For more details, see Crypto-peer
Instance on page 8-1.
crypto ipsec transformset <tag> <value> leads you to
crypto-ipsec. Use the crypto ipsec transform-set command to
define the transform configuration for securing data (for example, esp3des, esp-sha-hmac, etc.). The transform-set is assigned to a crypto
map using the map’s set transform-set command. For more details, see
Crypto-ipsec Instance on page 9-1.
crypto pki trustpoint mode leads to the config-trustpoint
instance. For more details, see Crypto-trustpoint Instance on page 11-1.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
crypto [ipsec|isakmp|key|map|pki]
crypto ipsec [security-association|transform-set]
crypto ipsec security-association lifetime
[kilobyte|seconds] <lifetime>
crypto ipsec transform-set <transform-set-tag>
[ah-md5-hmac|ah-sha-hmac|esp-3des|esp-aes|esp-aes-192|
esp-aes-256|esp-des|esp-md5-hmac|esp-sha-hmac]
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crypto isakmp [client|keepalive|key|peer|policy]
crypto isakmp client configuration group default
crypto isakmp keepalive <10-3600>
crypto isakmp key [0 <secret>|2 <secret>|<secret>]
[address <IP>|hostname <HOST>]
crypto isakmp peer [address <IP>|dn <distinguished-name>|
hostname <HOST>]
crypto isakmp policy <1-10000>
crypto key [export|generate|import|zeroize]
crypto key export rsa <rsa-keypair> <URL> {<pass-phrase>}
crypto key generate rsa <rsa-keypair-name> <1024-2048>
crypto key import rsa <rsa-keypair-name> <URL>
{<pass-phrase>}
crypto key zeroize rsa <rsa-keypair-name>
crypto map <crypto-map-tag> <1-1000> [ipsec-isakmp|ipsecmanual] {dynamic}
crypt pki [authenticate|enroll|export|import|trustpoint]
crypto pki authenticate <trust-point-name> [terminal|<URL>]
crypto pki enroll <trust-point-name> [request|self-signed]
crypto pki export <trust-point-name> [request|trustpoint]
<URL>
crypto pki import <trust-point-name> [certificate|crl|
trustpoint]
crypto pki import <trust-point-name> certificate
[<URL>|terminal]
crypto pki import <trust-point-name> crl <URL> <
crypto pki(authenticate|enroll|export|import|trustpoint)
crypto pki authenticate <name> (terminal|URL)
crypto pki enroll<name> (request|self-signed)
crypto pki [import|export] <name> (request|trustpoint)(URL)
crypto pki import ads [certificate|crl|trustpoint]
(URL)(terminal)
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Parameters
ipsec (securityassociation| transformset)
Configures IPSEC policies.
• security-association – Defines the security association
parameter used to define its lifetime.
• lifetime (kilobyte | seconds) – The lifetime of IPSEC
security association. It can be defined in either:
kilobytes – Volume-based key duration, the minimum
is 500 KB and maximum is 2147483646 KB .
seconds – Time-based key duration, the minimum is
90 seconds and maximum is 2147483646 seconds.
• transform-set [set name] – Uses the crypto ipsec
transform-set command to define the transform
configuration (authentication and encryption) for
securing data.
• ah-md5-hmac
• ah-sha-hmac
• esp-3des
• esp-aes
• esp-aes-192
• esp-aes-256
• esp-des
• esp-md5-hmac
• esp-sha-hmac
The transform-set is then assigned to a crypto map using
the map’s set transform-set command. For more
information, see Crypto-map Instance on page 10-1.
Global Configuration Commands
isakmp
[client|keepalive|key|
peer|policy]
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Configures the Internet Security Association and Key
Management Protocol (ISAKMP) policy.
• client configuration (group) (default) – Leads to the
config-cryptogroup instance.
For more details see Crypto-group Instance on page 7-1.
• keepalive <10-3600> – Sets a keepalive interval for use
with remote peers. It defines the number of seconds
between DPD messages.
• key [0 <key>|2 <key>|<key>] [address|hostname] – Sets a
pre-shared key for remote peer.
• 0 <key> – Password is specified unencrypted.
• 2 <key> – Password is encrypted with passwordencryption secret
• <key> – User provided password.
• address – Defines a shared key with an
IP address.
• hostname – Defines the shared key with a hostname.
• peer [address|dn|hostname] – Sets the remote peer.
• address – The IP address is the identity of the remote
peer.
• dn – The identity of the remote peer is the
distinguished name.
• hostname –The hostname is the identity of the remote
peer.
• policy <1-10000> – Sets a policy for a ISAKMP protection
suite.
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key
[export|generate|import|
zeroize]
Authentication key management functions.
• export rsa <name> URL [tftp|ftp] – Exports a keypair
related configuration.
• generate rsa <name> <1024-2048> – Generates a
keypair.
• <1024-2048> – Size of keypair in bits.
• import rsa <name> URL [tftp|ftp] – Imports keypair
related configuration
• zeroize rsa <name> – Deletes a keypair.
• rsa <identifier> – RSA keypair identifier associated with
keypair.
• URL for sending the key, it can be one of the following:
• tftp://<IP>/path/file (or)
• ftp://<user>:<passwd>@<IP>/path/file
map <name>
<sequence>
[ipsec-isakmp|
ipsec-manual] dynamic
Enter a crypto map. For more information, see
Crypto-map Instance on page 10-1.
• name <name> – Names the crypto map entry (not to
exceed 32 characters) .
• <1-1000> – Sequence to insert into crypto map entry.
• ipsec-isakmp – IPSEC w/ISAKMP.
• ipsec-manual – IPSEC w/manual keying.
• dynamic – Dynamic map entry (remote VPN
configuration) for XAUTH with mode-config or ipsecl2tp configuration.
Global Configuration Commands
pki [authenticate|enroll|
export|import|trustpoint]
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Configures certificate parameters. The public key
infrastructure is a protocol that creates encrypted public
keys using digital certificates from certificate authorities.
The PKI ensures each online party is who they claim to be.
• authenticate <name> (terminal|tftp|ftp) – Defines the
authenticate and import CA certificate.
• enroll <name> (request|self-signed) – Generates a
certificate request or selfsigned certificate for the
trustpoint.
• export <name> (request|trustpoint) (tftp|ftp) – Exports
the trustpoint related configuration.
• import – Imports a trustpoint related configuration.
• certificate – Imports server certificate for the trust
point.
• crl – certificate Revocation list.
• URL – URL to get certificate from URLS:
tftp://<IP>/path/file
ftp://<user>:<passwd>@<IP>/path/file
• terminal – Copy and paste mode of enrollment.
• trustpoint – Import trust point including either private
key and server certificate or ca certificate or both.
• trustpoint – Creates and configures a trustpoint.
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Usage Guidelines
Follow the table to calculate how many character are required to add the key size for
authentication and encryption. This is used while configuring Manual IPSEC only.
For example, To create a key with authentication type as ESP-SHA and encryption type as
AES-192, enter 20+16=36 characters.
The key size for all the 3 different AES combinations is 128 bits or 16 bytes.
Follow the example below to see how the Auth and Encryption key is created in
(config)# crypto-ipsec instance and used in (config)# crypt-map instance.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto ipsec transform-set Test1 ?
ah-md5-hmac
AH-HMAC-MD5 transform
ah-sha-hmac
AH-HMAC-SHA transform
esp-3des
ESP transform using 3DES cipher (168 bits)
esp-aes
ESP transform using AES cipher
esp-aes-192
ESP transform using AES cipher (192 bits)
esp-aes-256
ESP transform using AES cipher (256 bits)
esp-des
ESP transform using DES cipher (56 bits)
esp-md5-hmac ESP transform using HMAC-MD5 auth
esp-sha-hmac ESP transform using HMAC-SHA auth
RFSwitch(config)#crypto ipsec transform-set Test1 esp-aes192 esp-sha-hmac
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#crypto map TestMap-TechPub 10 ipsec-manual
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set peer 1.1.1.1
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#match address 101
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set transform-set tfset-manual
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RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set session-key inbound esp 257
cipher 12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
authenticator 12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set session-key outbound esp 258
cipher 12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
authenticator 12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#interface vlan11
RFSwitch(config-if)#crypto map manual
RFSwitch(config-if)#show running-config
!
! configuration of RFS7000 version 1.2.0.0-024D
!
!
aaa authentication login default none
service prompt crash-info
!
username "admin" password 1
8e67bb26b358e2ed20fe552ed6fb832f397a507d
version 1.1
username "admin" privilege superuser
username "operator" password 1
fe96dd39756ac41b74283a9292652d366d73931f
!
!
access-list 30 deny 11.1.1.0/24 log rule-precedence 10
access-list 101 permit ip 12.1.1.0/24 10.1.1.0/24 ruleprecedence 10
access-list 102 permit ip 22.1.1.0/24 20.1.1.0/24 ruleprecedence 10
mac access-list extended 200
permit any any type arp rule-precedence 10
!
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crypto isakmp key 0 12345678 address 11.1.1.1
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crypto isakmp key 0 12345678 address 21.1.1.1
............................................................
.
............................................................
.
crypto ipsec transform-set tfset1 esp-3des esp-sha-hmac
mode tunnel
crypto ipsec transform-set tfset-manual esp-3des esp-shahmac
mode tunnel
!
crypto map MAP1 10 ipsec-isakmp
set peer 11.1.1.1
match address 101
set transform-set tfset1
set security-association level perhost
set security-association lifetime seconds 120
set security-association lifetime kilobytes 4608000
crypto map MAP2 10 ipsec-isakmp
set peer 21.1.1.1
match address 102
set transform-set tfset1
set security-association level perhost
set security-association lifetime seconds 120
set security-association lifetime kilobytes 4608000
crypto map remote 10 ipsec-isakmp dynamic
set peer 0.0.0.0
set remote-type xauth
crypto map manual 10 ipsec-manual
set peer 1.1.1.1
set session-key in esp 257 cipher
12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234 authenticator
12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
set session-key out esp 258 cipher
12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234 authenticator
12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234
match address 101
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set transform-set tfset-manual
!
............................................................
.
............................................................
.
interface vlan11
ip address 11.1.1.2/24
crypto map manual
!
............................................................
.
............................................................
.
RFSwitch(config-if)#
Usage Guidelines
A peer address can be deleted with a wrong isakmp value. Crypto currently matches only
the IP address when a no command is issued
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp key 12345678 address 4.4.4.4
RFSwitch(config)#show running-config
configuration of RFSwitch version 3.0.0.0-200B!
version 1.0
!
service prompt crash-info
!
username admin password 1
8e67bb26b358e2ed20fe552ed6fb832f397a507d
username admin privilege superuser
username operator password 1
fe96dd39756ac41b74283a9292652d366d73931f
username manager password 1
45b27d6483fc630981ad5096ff26a7956ce0c038
...........................................
...............................
crypto isakmp key 12345678 address 4.4.4.4
crypto ipsec security-association lifetime kilobytes 4608000
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#no crypto isakmp key 12348 address 4.4.4.4
RFSwitch(config)#
In the example above, key 12345678 is associated with IP address 4.4.4.4. You can
delete this key by using the no command and a wrong key number
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Example
RFSwitch(config)#crypto pki ?
authenticate Authenticate and import CA Certificate
enroll
Enroll
export
Export
import
Import
trustpoint
Define a CA trustpoint
RFSwitch(config)#crypto pki trustpoint ?
WORD Trustpoint Name
RFSwitch(config)#crypto pki trustpoint Test
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#?
Trustpoint Config commands:
clrscr
Clears the display screen
company-name Company Name(Applicable only for request)
email
email
end
End current mode and change to EXEC mode
exit
End current mode and down to previous mode
fqdn
Domain Name Configuration
help
Description of the interactive help system
ip-address
Internet Protocol (IP)
no
Negate a command or set its defaults
password
Challenge Password(Applicable only for
request)
rsakeypair
Rsa Keypair to associate with the trustpoint
service
Service Commands
show
Show running system information
subject-name Subject Name is a collection of required
parameters
to configure a trustpoint.
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
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5.1.8.1 Use Case 1: Configuring Remote VPN
Let us review an example of a mobile unit connected to the switch. Assume it wants
access to the corporate (trusted network) using IPSec VPN functionality.
In the figure above, a Motorola client is associated to a WLAN (say wlan1) attached to
vlan2 on the switch. vlan2 is on subnet 10.1.1.x and is running a DHCP server that assigns
IP addresses for this subnet. The corporate is on vlan3 of the switch, which has
192.168.0.x subnet.
The client being associated to wlan1 has an IP address of 10.1.1101x and wants to access
the 192.168.0.x network securely.
In case the client is VPN enabled, it initiates a connection with the VPN server on our
switch, the “conversation” that occurs between the peers consists of device
authentication via Internet Key Exchange (IKE), followed by user authentication using IKE
Extended Authentication (Xauth), push client relate configuration (using Mode
Configuration), and IPsec security association (SA) creation.
Depending on the switch IPSec configuration (as discussed in the previous sections), the
client establishes an IKE SA, and if the switch is configured for Xauth, the client waits for
a "username/password" challenge and then responds to the challenge of the switch.
If the switch indicates that authentication is successful, the client requests further
configuration parameters from the switch. At this stage, the private IP address (modeconfig) is pushed to the client from a private address pool, configured for remote VPN
clients. IPsec SA’s are created and the connection is complete.
Once the client has got a virtual IP, further packets from the client within the IPSec tunnel
are routed to the corresponding VLAN interface (in our case vlan3), and the client gets
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access to the network. The IPSec tunnel is only between the client and the switch. After
that the packets on the trusted side are sent without encryption.
NOTE: The example below is for a IPSec-L2TP connection over a mobile
unit. Use a windows default client for this configuration.
1. Create and configure a WLAN.
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#wireless
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 2 enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 2 ssid MONARCH2
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 2 vlan 2
2. Create and configure DHCP.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool vlan2
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#address range 10.1.1.2 10.1.1.254
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#default-router 10.1.1.1
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#network 10.1.1.0/24
3. Create and configure a VLAN interface named vlan2.
RFSwitch(config)#interface vlan2
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip address 10.1.1.1/24
4. Create and configure another VLAN interface named vlan3.
RFSwitch(config)#interface vlan 3
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip address dhcp
Use the commands below to configure IPSec VPN on the switch:
1. Create an Extended ACL.
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#ip access-list extended 101
2. Configure the local subnet and remote subnet as interesting traffic.
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)# permit ip 10.1.1.0/24 any
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)# permit ip 192.168.0.0/24 any
3. Configure a private pool address.
RFSwitch(config)# ip local pool lo 192.168.0.2 hi 192.168.0.10
4. Specify DNS/WINS for the remote client.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp client configuration group
default
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RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#dns 10.1.1.1
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#wins 10.1.1.1
5. Specify the authentication type.
RFSwitch(config)# aaa vpn-authentication local
RFSwitch(config)# local username harry password symbol123
6. Create a transform set.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto ipsec transform-set windows esp-3des
esp-sha-hmac
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#mode transport
7. Specify a dynamic crypto map.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto map TestMap 30 ipsec-isakmp dynamic
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set peer 0.0.0.0
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#match address 101
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set transformset windows
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set remote-type ipsec-l2tp
8. Apply the crypto map to interface vlan2.
RFSwitch(config)#interface vlan2
RFSwitch(config-if)cryto map TestMap
9. Upon a successful connection, the XP client will obtain a virtual IP address.
5.1.8.2 Use Case 2: Configuring Site-to-Site VPN
Intranets use unregistered addresses connected over the public internet by site-to-site
VPN. In this scenario, NAT is required for the connections to the public internet. However
NAT is not required for traffic between the two intranets, which can be transmitted using
a VPN tunnel over the public Internet.
The site-to-site VPN allows branch office mobility controllers to connect back to the
central office using a secure, encrypted tunnel, for all site-to-site traffic. This allows a
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wired LAN in the branch office to bridge directly to the central site while maintaining full
security.
This example requires two switches. It can be configured with the following commands:
1. Configuration required on switch 1:
a.Create an extended ACL. This is used to define the tunnel used by the traffic.
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 150 permit ip 12.1.1.0/24
13.1.1.0/24 rule-precedence
b.Create and configure ISAKMP parameters.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp keepalive 10
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp key SYMBOLAD address
15.1.1.20
RFSwitch(config)#crypto ipsec security-association lifetime
kilobytes 4608000
c.Create and configure ISAKMP policy.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp policy 199
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#encryption aes
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#hash sha
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#authentication pre-share
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#group 5
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#lifetime 9496
d.Create and configure an IPSec transform set.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto ipsec transform-set TFSET ah-shahmac esp-aes
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RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#mode tunnel
e.Create and configure a crypto map.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto map THIRDMAP 435 isakmp
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set peer 15.1.1.20
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#match address 150
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set transformset TFSET
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set security-association
lifetime seconds 3600
f.Associate the crypto map with a VLAN interface.
RFSwitch(config)#interface vlan1
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip address 11.1.1.10/24
RFSwitch(config-if)#crypto map THIRDMAP
RFSwitch(config-if)#interface vlan2100
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip address 12.1.1.10/24
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip route 0.0.0.0/0 11.1.1.2
2. Configuration required on switch 2:
a.Create an extended ACL. This is defines the tunnel used by the traffic.
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 155permit ip 13.1.1.0/24
12.1.1.0/24 rule-precedence 1
b.Create and configure the ISAKMP parameters.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp keepalive 10
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp key SYMBOLAD address
11.1.1.10
RFSwitch(config)#crypto ipsec security-association lifetime
kilobytes 4608000
c.Create and configure ISAKMP policy.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp policy 100
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#encryption aes
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#hash sha
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#authentication pre-share
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#group 5
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#lifetime 9496
d.Create and configure IPSec an transform set.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto ipsec transform-set TFSET ah-shahmac esp-aes esp-sha-hmac
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#mode tunnel
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e.Create and configure a crypto map.
RFSwitch(config)#crypto map THIRDMAP 435 isakmp
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set peer 11.1.1.10
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#match address 150
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set transformset TFSET
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set security-association
lifetime seconds 3600
f.Associate the crypto map with a VLAN interface.
RFSwitch(config)#interface vlan1
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip address 15.1.1.20/24
RFSwitch(config-if)#crypto map THIRDMAP
RFSwitch(config-if)#interface vlan2100
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip address 13.1.1.20/24
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip route 0.0.0.0/0 15.1.1.2
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5.1.9 do
Global Configuration Commands
Runs commands from either the User Exec or Priv Exec mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
do <privilege mode commands>
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config)#do ping 157.235.208.69
PING 157.235.208.69 (157.235.208.69): 100
128 bytes from 157.235.208.69: icmp_seq=0
128 bytes from 157.235.208.69: icmp_seq=1
128 bytes from 157.235.208.69: icmp_seq=2
128 bytes from 157.235.208.69: icmp_seq=3
128 bytes from 157.235.208.69: icmp_seq=4
data bytes
ttl=64 time=0.1
ttl=64 time=0.0
ttl=64 time=0.0
ttl=64 time=0.0
ttl=64 time=0.0
--- 157.235.208.69 ping statistics --5 packets transmitted, 5 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 0.0/0.0/0.1 ms
RFSwitch(config)#
NOTE: In the example above, ping is a PRIV EXEC command.
ms
ms
ms
ms
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5.1.10 end
Global Configuration Commands
Ends the current mode and changes to the EXEC mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#end
RFSwitch#?
Priv Exec commands:
acknowledge
Acknowledge alarms
archive
Manage archive files
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration command
cd
Change current directory
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5.1.11 errdisable
Global Configuration Commands
Enables the timeout mechanism for the port to be enabled back after an error
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
errdisable recovery [cause bpduguard|interval <10-1000000>]
Parameters
recovery
[cause bpduguard|
interval <10-1000000>]
Enables the timeout mechanism for the port to recover after
an error.
• cause bpduguard – Recover from an error condition
caused due to bpduguard.
• interval <10-1000000> – The time interval after which a
port is recovered or enabled after an error condition.
Usage Guidelines
Use no command with errdisable parameter to the disable bridge timeout mechanism
for the port
Example
RFSwitch(config)#errdisable recovery interval 100
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#errdisable recovery cause bpduguard
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#no errdisable recovery cause bpduguard
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.12 ftp
Global Configuration Commands
Configures the switch as an FTP server
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ftp [enable|password|rootdir]
ftp password [0 <secret>|1 <secret>|<secret>]
ftp rootdir <DIR>
Parameters
enable
Enables the FTP server
password [0 <secret>|
1 <secret>|<secret>]
Configures the FTP password. Set the password using one
of the following options:
• 0 <secret> — Password <secret> is specified
unencrypted.
• 1 <secret> — Password <secret> is encrypted with
SHA1 algorithm.
• <secret> — The password.
rootdir <DIR>
Configures the FTP root dir. Set the ROOT directory location
of the FTP server using:
• <DIR> — The root directory for the ftp server
Usage Guidelines
NOTE: The string size of encrypted password (option 1, Password is
encrypted with SHA1 algorithm) must be exactly 40 characters.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#ftp enable
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.13 hostname
Global Configuration Commands
Changes the system’s network name
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
hostname <host-name>
Parameters
<host-name>
The name of the switch. This name is displayed when the
switch is accessed from any network.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#hostname myRFSwitch
myRFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.14 interface
Global Configuration Commands
Configures a selected interface
This command is used to enter the interface configuration mode for the specified physical
Switch Virtual Interface (SVI) interface. If the VLANx (SVI) interface does not exist, it is
automatically created.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The interfaces mentioned below are
supported in the following platforms:
•
•
•
•
ge <index> – RFS7000 supports 4 GE’s and RFS6000 supports 8 GE’s
sa <1-4> – Only supported with RFS7000
me1 – Only supported with RFS7000 and RFS6000
up1 – Only supported with RFS6000
NOTE: The interface mode leads to the config-if instance. For more
information, see Interface Instance on page 12-1. The prompt changes
from RFSwitch(config) # to RFSwitch(config-if)
Syntax (RFS7000)
interface [<interface-name>|ge <1-4>|me1|sa <1-4>|
vlan <1-4094>]
Syntax (RFS6000)
interface [<interface-name>|ge <1-8>|me1|up1|vlan <1-4094>]
Parameters
<interface-name>
The name of the interface that is selected.
ge <1-8>
Gigabit Ethernet interface (4 for RFS7000 and
8 for RFS6000)
Global Configuration Commands
me1
Fast Ethernet interface
sa <1-4>
Static Aggregate interface (in RFS7000 only)
up1
WAN interface (in RFS6000 only)
vlan <1-4094>
Defines the VLAN interface
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Usage Guidelines
Use the no interface <interface-name> to delete the specified SVI. Valid interfaces
include all VLAN interfaces.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#interface ge 2
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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5.1.15 ip
Global Configuration Commands
Configures a selected Internet Protocol (IP) component
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
NOTE: Using access-list extended moves you to the
(config-ext-nacl) instance. For more information, see
Chapter 14, Extended ACL Instance.
Using access-list standard moves you to the (config-stdnacl) instance. For more information, see
Chapter 15, Standard ACL Instance.
Using ip dhcp pool <pool-name> command to move to the
(config-dhcp) instance. For additional information, see
Chapter 17, DHCP Server Instance.
Using ip dhcp class <class-name> moves you to the
(config-dhcpclass) instance. For additional information, see
Chapter 18, DHCP Class Instance.
Syntax
ip [access-list|default-gateway|dhcp|domain-lookup|
domain-name|dos|http|igmp|local|name-server|nat|route|
routing|ssh|telnet]
ip [domain-lookup|routing]
ip access-list [standard|extended]
ip access-list extended [<100-199|<2000-2699>|<acl-name>]
ip access-list standard [<1-99>|<1300-1999>|<acl-name>]
ip default-gateway <IP>
ip
ip
ip
ip
ip
dhcp
dhcp
dhcp
dhcp
dhcp
[bootp|class|excluded-address|option|ping|pool]
bootp ignore
class <class-name>
excluded-address <IP-range-low> {<IP-range-high>}
option <option-name> <option-code> [ascii|ip]
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ip dhcp ping timeout <1-10>
ip dhcp pool <pool-name>
ip domain-name <domain-name>
ip dos [ascend|bcast-mcast-icmp|chargen|enable|fraggle|
ftp-bounce|invalid-protocol|option-route|router-advt|
smurf|snork|tcp-intercept|tcp-max-incomplete|twinge]
log [<0-8>|alerts|critical|debugging|emergencies|error|
informational|none|notifications|warnings]
ip http [secure-server|secure-trustpoint|server]
ip http [secure-server|server]
ip http secure-trustpoint <trustpoint-name>
ip igmp-snooping {[querier|unknown-multicast-fwd|vlan]}
ip igmp-snooping {querier {[address|max-response-time|
query-interval|timer|version]}}
ip igmp-snooping {querier {address <IP>}}
ip igmp-snooping {querier {max-response-time <1-25>}}
ip igmp-snooping {querier {query-interval <1-18000>}}
ip igmp-snooping {querier {timer expiry <60-300>}}
ip igmp-snooping {querier {version <1-3>}}
ip igmp-snooping {unknown-multicast-fwd}
ip igmp-snooping {vlan [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>]
{mrouter|querier|unknown-multicast-fwd]}
ip igmp-snooping {vlan [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>]
mrouter [interface <interface-list>|learn pim-dvmrp]
ip igmp-snooping {vlan [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>]
querier {[address|max-response-time|query-interval|timer|
version]}}
ip igmp-snooping {vlan [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>]
unknown-multicast-fwd}
ip local pool default low-ip-address <low-IP> {high-ipaddress <high-IP>}
ip name-server <IP>
ip nat [inside|outside] [destination|source]
ip nat inside destination static <IP> <port>
[tcp|udp] <outside-global-IP> {<outside-port>}
ip nat inside destination static <IP> {<outside-global-IP>
<outside-port>}
ip nat inside source list <acl-name> interface [<interfacename>|vlan <1-4094>] overload
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ip nat inside source static <local-IP> <outside-global-IP>
ip nat outside destination static <IP> <outside-port>
[tcp|udp] {<inside-global-IP> {<inside-port>}}
ip nat outside destination static <IP> {<outside-global-IP>
<outside-port>}
ip nat outside source list <acl-name> interface [<interfacename>|vlan <1-4094>] overload
ip nat inside source static <local-IP> <outside-global-IP>
ip route [<IP-destination-prefix> <IP-destination-prefixmask>|<IP-destination-prefix/Mask>] <gateway-IP>
ip ssh {[port <port>|rsa keypair-name <key-pair-name>]}
ip telnet {port <port>}
Parameters
ip access-list extended
[<100-199|<20002699>|<acl-name>]
ip access-list standard
[<1-99>|<13001999>|<acl-name>]
default-gateway <IP>
Using the access list parameter options to enter the
ext-nacl context and the std-nacl context. The prompt
changes to the context entered.
• For more information on extended ACL, see
Chapter 14, Extended ACL Instance.
• For more information on standard ACL, see
Chapter 15, Standard ACL Instance.
Configures the IP address of the default gateway
• <IP> – IP address of the next-hop router.
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ip dhcp [bootp|class|
DHCP server configuration.
excluded-address|option| • bootp ignore – Defines the BOOTP specific configuration.
ping|pool]
• ignore – Configures the DHCP server to ignore BOOTP
requests.
• class <class-name> – Defines a DHCP class and enters
the DHCP class configuration mode.
• <class-name> – The DHCP class name.
• excluded-address <IP-range-low> {<IP-range-high>} –
Prevents the DHCP server from assigning certain
addresses.
• <ip-range-low> – For IP range, the lower IP number.
Enter this value for a single IP address.
• <ip-range-high> – Optional. For IP range, the higher IP
number.
• option <option-name> <option-code> [ascii|ip] – Defines
the DHCP server’s option name.
• <option-name> – Defines the name of the option.
• <option-code> – Defines option code, a value in the
range of 0 to 254.
• ascii – Specify the option type as ascii.
• ip – Specify the option type as ip.
• ping timeout <1-10> – Specifies DHCP server’s ping
timeout in seconds.
• pool <pool-name> – Configures the DHCP server’s
address pool <pool-name>. This opens the
(config-dhcp) instance. For more information, see
Chapter 17, DHCP Server Instance.
domain-lookup
Enables the DNS based name to address translation on the
switch.
domain-name
<domain-name>
Sets the domain name for the switch.
• <domain-name> – The domain name string.
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http [secure-server|
secure-trustpoint|
server]
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) configuration.
• secure-server – Sets the device to start the Secure HTTP
Server (HTTPS).
• secure-trustpoint <trustpoint-name> – Sets the name of
the trustpoint used for secure connection to <trustpointname>.
• server – Sets device to start the HTTP server.
local pool default
low-ip-address <low-IP>
{high-ip-address
<high-IP>}
Sets the VPN local IP pool configuration
• pool default low-ip-address <low-IP> {high-ip-address
<high-IP>} – Specifies the address range for the default
group tag.
• low-ip-address <low-IP> – Specifies the lowest range
for IP address assignment.
• high-ip-address <high-IP> – Optional. Specifies the
highest range for IP address assignment.
name-server <IP>
Specifies the DNS server for the DHCP client. A maximum
of 6 name servers can be configured. Servers are tried in the
order entered.
• <IP>– IP address of DNS server.
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nat [inside|outside]
[destination|source]
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Defines Network Address Translation (NAT) configuration
values. These following commands are possible for NAT
• ip nat [inside|outside] destination static <IP> <port>
[tcp|udp] <outside-global-IP> {<outside-port>} – Sets the
parameters for translation for inside destination.
• ip nat [inside|outside] destination static <IP>
<outside-global-IP> {<outside-port>}– Sets the
parameters for translation for inside destination.
• inside – Indicates inside address translation.
• outside – Indicates outside address translation.
• destination – Indicates destination address
translation.
• static – Specifies local -> global address mapping.
• <IP> – The local IP address.
• <port> – Specifies the outside local port number.
• [tcp|udp] – Specifies the protocol.
• <outside-global-IP> – Specifies the outside global IP
address to translate to.
• <outside-port> – Optional. Specifies the outside port.
Value in the range 1 to 65535.
• ip nat [inside|outside] source list <acl-name>
interface [<interface-name>|vlan <1-4094>] overload –
Sets the parameters for translation for inside sources.
• inside – Indicates inside address translation.
• outside – Indicates outside address translation.
• source – Indicates source address translation.
• list <acl-name> – Specifies the ACL name <acl-name>
that describes local addresses.
• interface [<interface-name>|vlan <1-4094>] – The
interface to apply address translation to. Specify an
interface name <interface-name>, or use a VLAN ID
<1-4094>.
• overload – Over loads the NAT address translation.
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• ip nat [inside|outside] source static <outside-globalIP> <local-IP> – Sets the parameters for translation for
inside sources.
• inside – Indicates inside address translation.
• outside – Indicates outside address translation.
• source – Indicates source address translation.
• static – Specifies local -> global address mapping.
• <outside-global-IP> – The static global IP address to
map from.
• <local-IP> – The local IP address to map to.
route [<IP-destinationprefix> <IP-destinationprefix-mask>|<IPdestination-prefix/
Mask>] <gateway-IP>
Adds a static route entry in the routing table.
• <IP-destination-prefix>– IP destination prefix.
• <IP-destination-prefix-mask> – Mask for the
<IP-destination-prefix> IP.
• <IP-destination-prefix/Mask> – IP destination prefix
with mask.
• <gateway-IP> – IP address of the next hop used to
reach the destination.
routing
Turns on IP routing
ssh {[port <port>|rsa
keypair-name <key-pairname>]}
Sets up the Secured Shell (SSH) server
• port <port> – Optional. Defines the listening port (set
between 0-65536).
• rsa keypair-name <key-pair-name> – Optional. Sets the
RSA encryption key used for configuring RSA keypair.
telnet {port <port>}
Configures the Telnet server.
• port <port> – Optional. Defines the listening port ID
(set between 0-65535)
Global Configuration Commands
dos [ascend|
bcast-mcast-icmp|
chargen|enable|fraggle|
ftp-bounce|
invalid-protocol|
option-route|router-advt|
router-solicit|smurf|
snork|tcp-intercept|
tcp-max-incomplete|
twinge]
log [<0-8>|
alerts|
critical|
debugging|
|emergencies|
errors|
informational|
none|
notifications|
warnings]
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Configures the Denial of Service (DOS) attack parameters.
• ascend – Enables Ascend DoS checks.
• bcast-mcast-icmp – Detects Broadcast/Multicast Icmp
traffic as attack.
• chargen – Enables chargen DoS checks.
• enable – Enables all DoS checks.
• fraggle – Enables fraggle DoS checks.
• ftp-bounce – Enables FTP bounce logs and sets the
logging levels.
• invalid-protocol – Enables Invalid Protocol DoS attack
check and sets the logging levels for this attack.
• option-route – Enables IP option route check.
• router-advt – Enables ICMP router advertisement check.
• router-solicit – Enables ICMP router solicit check.
• smurf log – Enables smurf attack check.
• snork – Enables check for packets.
• tcp-intercept – Enables TCP intercept.
• twinge – Enables twinge check
For all the above DoS attacks, the following log options can
be set.
• <0-8> – Select one numerical log level. All messages
with and below this severity are logged.
• emergencies – System is unusable (level 0)
• alerts – Immediate action needed (level 1)
• critical – Critical conditions (level 2)
• errors – Error conditions (level 3)
• warnings – Warning conditions (level 4)
• notifications – Normal but significant conditions
(level 5)
• informational – Informational messages (level 6)
• debugging – Debugging messages (level 7)
• none –Disable logging (level 8)
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• tcp -max-incomplete –Configures the maximum half-open
TCP connections in the system
• high <1-1000> – Sets the upper threshold value
between 1 and 1000.
• low <1 - 1000> – Sets the lower threshold value
between 1 and1000
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igmp snooping
{[querier|unknownmulticast-fwd|vlan]}
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Configures IGMP Snooping parameters.
• unknown-multicast-fwd – Optional. Forwards packets
from unregistered multicast servers.
• querier {[address|max-response-time|queryinterval|timer|version]}}– Configures IGMP querier. All
options are optional.
• address <IP> – Sets GMP querier source IP address
• max-response-time <1-25> – Sets IGMP querier
maximum response time in seconds
• query-interval <1-18000> – Sets IGMP querier query
interval
• timer expiry <60-300> – Sets querier other querier
time out in seconds to a value in the range 60 to 300.
• version <1-3> – Sets IGMP version
• vlan [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>] {mrouter|querier|unknownmulticast-fwd]} – Identifies the vlan to use. All options
are optional.
• vlan <1-4094>|<vlan-list>] – Sets the vlan to use for
IGMP Snooping.
• <1-4094> – A single VLAN ID.
• <vlan-list> – A list of VLAN IDs.
• mrouter [interface <interface> |learn pim-dvmrp] –
Sets information for Multicast router.
• interface <interface> – Gigabit Ethernet
interfaces to be configured. <interface> can be a
single interface or a list of interfaces.
• learn pim-dvmrp – The multicast switch learning
protocol using PIM-DVMRP protocol.
• querier {[address|max-response-time|queryinterval|timer|version]}} – Sets IGMP querier for
the selected VLAN interface.
• unknown-multicast-fwd – Forwards packets
from unregistered multicast servers for this
VLAN.
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Usage Guidelines 1
1. Use the no command along with ip to undo any IP based configuration.
[no] ip(access-list|default-gateway|dhcp|domain-lookup|
domain-name|http|local|name-server|nat|route|routing|ssh|telnet)
2. When using the ip access-list parameter, enter the following contexts:
• ext-nacl – Extended ACL. For more information, see
Chapter 14, Extended ACL Instance
• std-nacl – Standard ACL. For more information, see
Chapter 15, Standard ACL Instance
• dhcp – DHCP Server instance. For more information, see
Chapter 17, DHCP Server Instance
• dhcpclass – DHCP User Class instance. For more information, see
Chapter 18, DHCP Class Instance
• Clear the IP DHCP Binding using the clear command
NOTE: To delete Standard/Extended and MAC ACL use no accesslist <access-list name> under the Global Config mode.
Usage Guidelines 2
To create a DHCP User Class:
Create a DHCP class
Create a USER class named MC800. The privilege mode changes to (configdhcpclass). RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp class RFSwitchDHCPclass
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
3. Create a Pool named WID, using (config)# mode
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool WID
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
4. Associate the DHCP class, created in Step 1 with the pool created in Step 3. The switch
supports the association of only 8 CDHCP classes with a pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#class RFSwitchDHCPclass
RFSwitch(config-dhcp-class)#
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5. The switch leads you to a new mode (config-dhcp-class). Use this mode to add an
address range used with the DHCP class associated with the pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp-class)#address range 11.22.33.44
Example
RFSwitch(config)#ip access-list extended TestACL
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
RFSwitch(config)#ip access-list standard TestStdACL
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool TestPool
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp class TestDHCPclass
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
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Global Configuration Commands
Adds a feature license
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
license <feature> <license-key>
Parameters
<feature>
The feature for which the license is to be added
<license-key>
The license key for the feature.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#show licenses
Serial Number 6283529900020
feature
license string
usage
AP
license value
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RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#license AP <license string>
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.17 line
Global Configuration Commands
Configures the terminal line
Opens the config-line mode, where you can configure the various parameters for the
selected terminal.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
line [console|vty]
line console <0-0>
line vty <0-871> {<0-871>}
Parameters
line console <0-0>
Set the primary terminal line to 0
line vty <0-871>
{<0-871>}
Sets the virtual terminal line to a value between 0 and 871.
Optionally the last line number can also be set to a value
between 0 and 871
Example
RFSwitch(config)# line console 0
RFSwitch(config)# line vty 0
RFSwitch(config)# line vty 0 871
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.18 local
Global Configuration Commands
Sets the username and password for local user authentication
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
local username <username> password [<password>|0 <password>|
2 <password>]
Parameters
username <username>
The username. A character string of up to 64 characters
password
The password for the selected username <username>.
<password> is a character string of up to 21 characters.
• 0 indicates that <password> is unencrypted
• 2 indicates that <password> is encrypted with
password-encryption secret.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#local username "Noble Man" password "Noble
Soul"
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5.1.19 logging
Global Configuration Commands
Modifies message logging facilities
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
logging [aggregation-time|buffered|console|facility|
host|monitor|on|syslog]
logging aggregation-time <1-60>
logging [buffered|console|monitor|syslog] [<0-7>|alerts|
critical|debugging|emergencies|errors|informational|
notifications|warnings]
logging facility [local0|local1|local2|local3|local4|local5|
local6|local7]
logging host <IP>
loggin on
Parameters
aggregation-time <1-60>
Sets the number of seconds for aggregating repeated
messages. The value can be configured between 1-60
seconds.
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buffered [<0-7>|alerts|
critical|debugging|
emergencies|errors|
informational|
notifications|warnings]
Sets the buffered logging level
• <0-7> – Enter the logging severity level (0-7)
• alerts – Immediate action needed, (severity=1)
• critical – Critical conditions, (severity=2)
• debugging – Debugging messages, (severity=7)
• emergencies – System is unusable, (severity=0)
• errors – Error conditions, (severity=3)
• informational – Informational messages, (severity=6)
• notifications – Normal but significant conditions,
(severity=5)
• warnings – Warning conditions, (severity=4)
console [<0-7>|alerts|
critical|debugging|
emergencies|errors|
informational|
notifications|warnings]
Sets the console logging level.
facility [local0|local1|
local2|local3|local4|
local5|local6|local7]
Syslog facility in which log messages are sent.
• local0 – Syslog facility local0
• local1 – Syslog facility local1
• local2 – Syslog facility local2
• local3 – Syslog facility local3
• local4 – Syslog facility local4
• local5 – Syslog facility local5
• local6 – Syslog facility local6
• local7 – Syslog facility local7
host <IP>
Configures a remote host to receive log messages.
• <IP>– Remote host's IP address.
Global Configuration Commands
monitor [<0-7>|alerts|
critical|debugging|
emergencies|errors|
informational|
notifications|warnings]
Sets the terminal lines logging level.
on
Enables the logging of system messages.
syslog [<0-7>|alerts|
critical|debugging|
emergencies|errors|
informational|
notifications|warnings]
Sets the syslog servers logging level.
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Example
RFSwitch(config)#logging on
RFSwitch(config)#logging aggregation-time 20
RFSwitch(config)#logging buffered critical
RFSwitch(config)#logging console critical
RFSwitch(config)#logging facility local6
RFSwitch(config)#logging monitor emergencies
RFSwitch(config)#logging syslog notifications
RFSwitch(config)#show logging
Logging module: enabled
Aggregation time: disabled
Console logging: level critical
Monitor logging: level emergencies
Buffered logging: level critical
Syslog logging: level notifications
Facility: local6
Log Buffer (198 bytes):
Mar 10 15:52:00 2009: %NSM-4-IFUP: Interface vlan2 is up
Mar 10 15:52:00 2009: %NSM-4-IFUP: Interface vlan10 is up
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5.1.20 mac
Global Configuration Commands
Configures MAC access lists (goes to the MAC ACL mode)
For more information on this mode, see Chapter 16, Extended MAC ACL Instance.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mac access-list extended <mac-acl-name>
Parameters
access-list extended
<mac-acl-name>
Defines the ACL configuration for the MAC address
• extended <mac-acl-name>– MAC Extended ACL
• <mac-acl-name> – Defines the name of the ACL
Usage Guidelines
To delete Standard/Extended and MAC ACL, use no access-list <access-list
name> under the Global Config mode.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#mac access-list extended Test1
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
NOTE: When using the ip access-list parameter, enter the
following contexts:
• ext-macl — extended MAC ACL. For more details see .Extended MAC
ACL Instance on page 16-1
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5.1.21 mac-address-table
Global Configuration Commands
Configures the MAC address table
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mac-address-table aging-time [0|<10-1000000>]
Parameters
aging-time
[0|<10-1000000>]
The duration for which a learned mac address persists after
the last update
• 0 – Disables aging
• <10-1000000> – Sets the aging time in seconds
Example
RFSwitch(config)#mac-address-table aging-time 100
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.22 mac-name
Global Configuration Commands
Sets a name to the MAC address
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mac-name <MAC> <mac-name>
Parameters
<MAC> <name>
The MAC address to set a ease-of-use name for.
<mac-name>
Sets the name <name> to the MAC address <MAC> for
ease of use. <name> must be configured following the DNS
naming convention.
Usage Guidelines
Use (no) mac-name to configure the MUs name to its default. The default identity for an
MU is its MAC address.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#mac-name 06-bc-f3-00-a0-45 ServerTecDoc
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#show mac-name
Index
MAC Address
MAC Name
1
06-BC-F3-00-A0-45 ServerTecDoc
Number of MAC names configured = 1
RFS7000(config)#
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5.1.23 management
Global Configuration Commands
Sets management interface properties
Limits local access (through web/telnet) to management interfaces only.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
management secure
Parameters
secure
Limits local access (Web/Telnet etc.) to the management
interface.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#management secure
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.24 ntp
Global Configuration Commands
Configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) values
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ntp [access-group|authenticate|authentication-key|autokey|
broadcast|broadcastdelay|master|peer|server|trusted-key]
ntp access-group [peer|query-only|serve|serve-only]
[<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|<2000-2699>]
ntp authenticate
ntp authentication-key <key> md5 [0 <secret>|2
<secret>|<secret>]
ntp autokey [client-only|host]
ntp broadcast [client|destination]
ntp broadcast destination <IP> {[key <1-65534>|version
<1-4>]}
ntp broadcastdelay <1-999999>
ntp master {<1-15>}
ntp [server|peer] <peer-name-or-IP>
ntp [server|peer] <peer-name-or-IP>
[autokey|key|prefer|version]
ntp [server|peer] <peer-name-or-IP> autokey
{[prefer {verson <1-4>}|version <1-4> {prefer}]}
ntp [server|peer] <peer-name-or-IP> key <1-65534> [prefer
{verson <1-4>}|version <1-4> {prefer}]
ntp [server|peer] <peer-name-or-IP> prefer {version <1-4>}
ntp [server|peer] <peer-name-or-IP> version <1-4> {prefer}
ntp trusted-key <1-65534>
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Parameters
access-group
[peer|query-only|serve|
serve-only] [<1-99>|
<100-199>|<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>]
Controls NTP access.
• peer – Provides full access.
• query-only – Allows only control queries.
• serve – Provides server and query access.
• serve-only – Provides only server access.
• <1-99> – Defines the standard IP access list.
• <100-199> – Extended IP access list.
• <1300-1999> – Standard IP access list (expanded
range).
• <2000-2699> – Extended IP access list (expanded
range).
authenticate
Authenticates time sources.
authentication-key <key>
md5 [0 <secret>|
2 <secret>|<secret>]
Defines the authentication key for trusted time sources.
• md5 – Sets MD5 authentication.
• 0 <secret> – Password is specified unencrypted.
• 2 <secret> – Password is specified encrypted with
password-encryption secret.
• <secret> – Authentication key.
autokey [client-only|host] Enables the NTP autokey authentication scheme.
• client-only – The switch is a client to other trusted-hosts
in the autokey group.
• host – Configures the switch as a trusted host.
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broadcast
[client|destination]
Configures the NTP broadcast service.
• client – Listens to NTP broadcasts.
• destination <IP> {[key <1-65534>|version <1-4>]}–
Configures broadcast destination address.
• IP Address – Defines the destination broadcast IP
address.
• key <1-65536> – Optional. Sets the broadcast key
number.
• version <1-4> – Sets the NTP version number.
NOTE: The switch acting as an NTP client will not
associate to a broadcast IP (NTP Server) with no
authentication i.e. without using symmetric key or autokey.
broadcastdelay
<1-999999>
Defines the estimated round-trip delay.
• <1-999999> – Sets the round-trip delay in microseconds.
master {<1-15>}
Acts as a NTP master clock.
• <1-15> – Optional. Sets the stratum number for the NTP
master clock.
peer <peer-name-or-IP>
[autokey|key|prefer|
version]
Configures the NTP peer.
• <peer-name-or-IP> – Sets the IP address or name of the
peer.
• autokey {[prefer {version <1-4>}|version <1-4> {prefer}]}
– Configures an autokey peer authentication scheme.
• prefer – Optional. Prefers this peer when possible.
• version <1-4> – Optional. Configures the NTP version
to use.
• key <1-65534> {[prefer {version <1-4>}|version <1-4>
{prefer}]} – Configures the autokey peer authentication
key.
• key <1-65535> – Sets the peer authentication key
number.
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• prefer {version <1-4>} – Sets the preference for autokey.
Optionally set the NTP version to use.
• version <1-4> {prefer} – Sets the NTP version to use.
Optionally set this peer as preferred peer.
server
Configures the NTP server.
• <peer-name-or-IP> – Sets the IP address or name of the
peer.
• autokey {[prefer {version <1-4>}|version <1-4> {prefer}]}
– Configures an autokey peer authentication scheme
• prefer – Optional. Prefers this peer when possible.
• version <1-4> – Configures the NTP version.
• key <1-65534> {[prefer {version <1-4>}|version <1-4>
{prefer}]} – Configures the autokey peer authentication
key.
• key <1-65535> – Sets the peer authentication key
number.
• prefer {version <1-4>} – Sets the preference for autokey.
Optionally set the NTP version to use.
• version <1-4> {prefer} – Sets the NTP version. Optionally
set this peer as preferred peer.
trusted-key <1-65534>
Key numbers for trusted time sources.
• <1-65534> – Defines the Key number.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer ?
WORD Name/IP address of peer
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer ?
autokey Configure autokey peer authentication scheme
key
Configure peer authentication key
prefer
Prefer this peer when possible
version Configure NTP version
<cr>
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RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer autokey ?
prefer
Prefer this peer when possible
version Configure NTP version
<cr>
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer autokey prefer ?
version Configure NTP version
<cr>
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer autokey prefer version ?
<1-4> NTP version number
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer autokey prefer version 3
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer key ?
<1-65534> Peer key number
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer key 20 ?
prefer
Prefer this peer when possible
version Configure NTP version
<cr>
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer key 20 prefer ?
version Configure NTP version
<cr>
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer key 20 prefer version ?
<1-4> NTP version number
RFSwitch(config)#ntp peer TestPeer key 20 prefer version 2
Invalid server name "TestPeer" provided. Please enter a
valid name
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.25 prompt
Global Configuration Commands
Configures and sets the systems prompt
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
prompt <prompt>
Parameters
<prompt>
Enter the new prompt displayed by the system. The
following operational modifiers are available.
• %% – Displays the % sign.
• %h – Displays the host name.
• %m – Displays the current configuration mode.
• %n – Displays the CLI line.
• %p – Displays the privilege mode prompt sign.
• > - User mode prompt.
• # - Priv Exec mode prompt.
• (config)# - Global Config mode prompt.
• %s – Displays a space.
• %t – Displays a tab space.
• %A – Displays date and time in ASCII format.
• %D – Displays date in MM/DD/YYYY format.
• %N – Displays a new line.
• %T – Displays time in the hh:mm:ss format.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#prompt NobleMan%s%h%m%p
NobleMan RFS7000(config)#
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5.1.26 radius-server
Global Configuration Commands
Enters the RADIUS server mode, the system prompt changes from the default config mode
to the RADIUS server mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
NOTE: radius-server local mode takes you to the RADIUS server
context. For more details see Chapter 19, Radius Server Instance.
Syntax
radius-server
radius-server
radius-server
radius-server
radius-server
radius-server
[host|key|local|retransmit|timeout]
host <IP>
key [0 <secret>|2 <secret>|<secret>]
local
retransmit <0-100>
timeout <1-1000>
Parameters
host <IP>
Specifies a RADIUS server.
• <IP> – Defines the IP address of RADIUS server.
key [0 <secret>|
2 <secret>|<secret>]
Sets the Encryption key shared with the RADIUS servers.
• 0 <secret> – Password is specified unencrypted.
• 2 <secret> – Password is encrypted with passwordencryption secret.
• <secret> – Text of shared key, up to 127 characters.
local
Configures local RADIUS server parameters. This takes you
to a new config-radius-server context. Refer to
Chapter 19, Radius Server Instance for more details.
Global Configuration Commands
retransmit <1-100>
Specifies the number of retries to active server.
• <0-100> – Number of retries for a transaction
(default is 3).
timeout <1-1000>
Time to wait for a RADIUS server to reply.
• <1-1000> – Wait time (default 5 seconds).
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Usage Guidelines
The RADIUS server host is used to configure RADIUS server details. These details are
required for management user authentication if AAA authentication has been defined as
RADIUS
Example
RFSwitch(config)#radius-server local
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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5.1.27 ratelimit
Global Configuration Commands
Configures rate limit parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ratelimit [arp|bcast|mcast|ucast] [<0-7>|alerts|critical|
debugging|emergencies|errors|informational|notifications|
warnings]
Parameters
ratelimit
[arp|bcast|mcast|ucast]
[<0-7>|alerts|critical|
debugging|emergencies|
errors|informational|
notifications|warnings]
Sets the logging levels for ratelimit feature.
• [arp|bcast|mcast|ucast] – Sets the protocol.
• <0-7> – Log severity level.
• alerts – immediate action needed.
• critical –Critical conditions.
• debugging – Debugging messages.
• emergencies – System is unusable.
• errors – Error conditions.
• informational – Informational messages.
• notifications –Normal but significant conditions.
• warnings – Warning conditions.
Example
RFSwitch(config)# ratelimit arp log 0
RFSwitch(config)# ratelimit arp log emergencies
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5.1.28 redundancy
Global Configuration Commands
Configures redundancy group parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
redundancy [auto-revert|auto-revert-period|
critical-resource-ip|dhcp-server|discovery-period|
dynamic-ap-load-balance|enable|group-id|handle-stp|
heartbeat-period|hold-period|interface-ip|manual-revert|
member-ip|mode]
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
auto-revert enable
auto-revert-period <1-1800>
critical-resource-ip <IP>
dhcp-server enable
discovery-period <10-60>
redundancy dynamic-load-balance [enable|per-ap-mu-threshold|
schedule-interval|schedule-start-time|trigger]
redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance enable
redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance per-ap-mu-threshold
<1-512>
redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance schedule-interval <1-336>
redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance schedule-start-time
<HH:MM> <1-31> <1-12> <2008-2035>
redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance trigger
[runtime|schedule]
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
redundancy
enable
group-id <1-65535>
handle-stp enable
heartbeat-period <1-255>
hold-period <10-255>
interface-ip <IP>
manual-revert
member-ip <IP>
mode [primary|standby]
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Parameters
auto-revert enable
Enables auto-revert.
auto-revert-period
<1-1800>
Sets the redundancy auto-revert delay interval in
minutes. The default is 5 minutes.
critical-resource-ip
<ip_address>
Sets critical resource IP address.
• <ip_address> – IP address of the critical resource.
dhcp-server enable
Enables the DHCP redundancy protocol.
discovery-period <10-60>
Sets the redundancy discovery interval in seconds. The
default is 30 seconds.
dynamic-ap-load-balance
[enable|
per-ap-mu-threshold|
schedule-interval|
schedule-start-time|
trigger]
Configures the different Dynamic AP Load Balance
feature. The following are the configured options:
• enable – Enables Dynamic AP Load Balance.
• per-ap-mu-threshold <1-512> – Sets the threshold perap mu value to trigger Dynamic AP Load Balance. Set
a value between 1 & 512.
• schedule-interval <1-336> – Sets the time interval
days to trigger Dynamic AP Load Balance.
• schedule-start-time HH:MM <1-31> <1-12> <20082035> – Sets the scheduled start time for Dynamic AP
Load Balance.
• trigger [runtime|schedule] – Sets the trigger for
running Dynamic AP Load Balancing. Can be either
runtime or schedule.
enable
Enables the redundancy protocol.
group-id <1-65535>
Sets the cluster ID (default cluster ID is 1).
handle-stp enable
Delays the redundancy protocol state machine exec,
considering STP.
heartbeat-period <1-255>
Sets the redundancy heartbeat interval.
hold-period <10-255>
Sets the redundancy hold interval.
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interface-ip <IP>
Sets the redundancy interface IP address.
manual-revert
Reverts standby to non-active mode.
member-ip <IP>
Adds a member with the IP <IP> to this redundancy group.
mode [primary|standby]
Sets the mode to either primary or standby.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#redundancy discovery-period 20
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#redundancy handle-stp enable
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#redundancy heartbeat-period 20
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#redundancy hold-period 25
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#redundancy mode primary
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.29 role
Global Configuration Commands
Configures role parameters
Opens the role configuration mode (confi-role) to enable further configuration of the
role. For more information, see Chapter 26, Role Instance.
NOTE: Avance Security Licence must be installed for Role Based Firewall
to work. Please contact customer support to purchase license for the
same.
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
role [<rolename>|assignment]
role <rolename> <priority>
role assignment immediate enable
Parameters
role <rolename>
<priority>
Creates a new role with the name <rolename> and with the
priority <priority> (range 1-10001). This moves to the role
instance. For more information see Chapter 26, Role Instance.
role assignment
immediate enable
Enables immediate role assignment and triggers role
evaluation. This is required when a new role is added or a role
is modified.
Usage Guidelines
To remove a role, use the command
{no} role <rolename> <priority>
Example
RFSwitch(config)# role AccMgr 10
RFSwitch(config-role)# ?
Global Configuration Commands
RFSwitch(config)#role assignment immediate enable
RFS7000(config)#show role
role officeuser 10
authentication-type any
encryption-type any
ap-location exact "office"
essid office
mu-mac any
group any
role globaluser 11
authentication-type any
encryption-type any
ap-location any
essid any
mu-mac any
group any
role default-role 10001
authentication-type any
encryption-type any
ap-location any
essid any
mu-mac any
group any
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5.1.30 rtls
Global Configuration Commands
Configures Real Time Location System (RTLS) parameters
This enables the Switch to provide complete visibility to the location of assets and thereby
enabling location based service.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
NOTE: rtls command instantiates (config-rtls) instance. For
more details see Chapter 21, RTLS Instance. The prompt changes from
RFSwitch (config)# to RFSwitch (config-rtls)
Syntax
rtls
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config)#rtls
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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5.1.31 service
Global Configuration Commands
Retrieves system data (tables, log files, configuration, status and operation) for debugging
and problem resolution
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
To view the service command of User Exec and Priv Exec Mode, refer to Chapter 2,
service command.
Syntax
service [advanced-vty|dhcp|diag|password-encryption|pm|
prompt|radius|redundancy|set|show|terminal-length|
watchdog]
service [advanced-vty|dhcp|
service diag [enable|limit|period|tech-support-period|
tech-spport-url]
service
service
service
service
service
service
password-encryption <secret>
pm sys-restart
prompt crash-info
radius {restart}
redundancy dynamic-ap-load-balance start
set [command-history|reboot-history|upgrade-history]
Parameters
advanced-vty
Enables advanced mode vty interface
dhcp
Enables the DHCP server service
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diag [enable|limit|period|
tech-support-period|
tech-support-url]
Services diagnostics configuration.
• enable – Enable in service diagnostics.
• limit – Displays diagnostic limit command.
• period <100-30000> – Sets diagnostics period.
• tech-support-period <10-10080> – Sets the tech support
period. Default is 1440 minutes (1day).
• tech-support-url <URL> – Sets the tech support URL to
<URL>. This is used during auto generated tech support
dumps.
password-encryption
secret 2 <secret>
Encrypts passwords in configuration.
• secret 2 <secret> – Encrypt passwords with secret
phrase.
• 2 – Type of encryption SHA256-AES256.
• <secret> – Passphrase for encryption.
pm sys-restart
Process Monitor.
• sys-restart – Enable PM to restart the system when a
processes fails.
Note: The process restart is one count less than what is
configured.
prompt crash-info
Enables crash-info prompt
radius {restart}
Enables RADIUS server.
• restart – Restarts the RADIUS server.
redundancy dynamic-apload-balance start
Starts Dynamic AP Load Balancing service for redundancy
support.
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set [commandhistory|reboothistory|upgrade-history]
Sets service parameters.
• command-history <10-300> – Sets the number of
previous commands to remember. Default 200.
• reboot-history <10-100> – Sets the number of previous
reboot details to remember. Default 50.
• upgrade-history <10-100> – Sets the number of previous
upgrade details to remember. Default 50.
show cli
Shows running system information. Shows the CLI
commands for the current mode.
terminal-length <0-512>
System wide terminal length configuration.
watchdog
Enables service for watchdog.
Usage Guidelines
The service password-encryption set by the user cannot be disabled without
knowing the old password. Refer the note below for more clarification.
NOTE: The no service password-encryption command used to
disable the encryption, now requires the user to know the old
password. The user will have to enter the old password to disable the
encryption.
Earlier, using no service password-encryption disabled the
encryption and show running config displayed the passwords as
plaintext.
Now, the user has to user no service password-encryption
<old password key> to disable or change the password.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#service dhcp
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#service radius restart
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.32 smtp-notification
Global Configuration Commands
Modifies SMTP notification parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
smtp-notification [authenticate|enable|password|port|prefix|
recipient|sender|smtp-server-address|user]
smtp-notification authentication enable
smtp-notification enable {traps [all|dhcp-server|
diagnostics|miscellaneous|mobility|nsm|radius-server|
redundancy|snmp|wireless]
smtp-notification enable traps all
smtp-notification enable traps dhcp-server
{[dhcpServerDown|dhcpServerUp]}
smtp-notification enable traps diagnostics {[cpuLoad1Min|
cpuLoad5Min|cpuLoad15Min|fanSpeedLow|fileDescriptors|
ipRouteCache|packetBuffers|processMemoryUsage|ramFree|
tempHigh|tempOver|usedKernelBuffer]}
smtp-notification enable traps miscellaneous
{[caCertExpired|lowFsSpace|periodicHeartbeat|
processMaxRestartsReached|savedConfigModified|
serverCertExpired|switchEvent]}
smtp-notification enable traps mobility {[operationallyDown|
operationallyUp|peerDown|peerUp]}
smtp-notification enable traps nsm {dhcpIPChanged}
smtp-notification enable traps radius-server
{[radiusServerDown|radiusServerUp]}
smtp-notification enable traps redundancy{[adoptionExceeded|
criticalResourceDown|criticalResourceUp|
grpAuthLevelChanged|memberDown|memberMisConfigured|
memberUp]}
smtp-notification enable traps snmp {[authenticationFail|
coldstart|linkdown|linkup]}
smtp-notification enable traps wireless {[ap-detection|ids|
radio|self-healing|station|wlan]}
smtp-notification enable traps wireless ap-detection
{[externalAPDetected|externalAPRemoved]}
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smtp-notification enable traps wireless ids
{[muExcessiveEvents|radioExcessiveEvents|
switchExcessiveEvents]}
smtp-notification enable traps wireless radio
{[adopted|unadopted|detectedRadar]}
smtp-notification enable traps wireless self-healing
activated
smtp-notification enable traps wireless station
{[associated|deniedAssociationAsPortCapacityReached|
deniedAssociationOnCapability|deniedAssociationOnErr|
deniedAssociationOnInvalidWPAWPA2IE|
deniedAssociationOnRates|deniedAssociationOnShortPream|
deniedAssociationOnSpectrum|deniedAssociationOnSSID|
deniedAuthentication|disassociated|radiusAuthFailed|
tkipCounterMeasures|vlanChanged]}
smtp-notification enable traps wireless wlan
{[vlanUserLimitReached|webPortalUnavailable|
webPortalUnreachable|webPortalUnconnected]}
smtp-notification
smtp-notification
smtp-notification
smtp-notification
smtp-notification
smtp-notification
smtp-notification
password 0 <password>
port <1-65535>
prefix <smtp-prefix>
recipient <1-4> <recipient-address>
sender <sender-address>
smtp-server-address <IP>
user <username>
Usage Guidelines
It’s recommended smtp-notification not be enabled for all traps. When smtp-notification
is enabled, an email is sent to the recipients every time a trap is fired. An email is sent for
each fired trap. This could potentially generate large email traffic for the recipients.
Some traps, such as Association, Disassociation, generate a large number of notifications
which are then consolidated and sent as a single email every five (5) minutes.
When smtp-notification is enabled and the sender, recipient, server, and port values are
not configured, then a syslog event “Incomplete Configuration” is fired every five (5)
minutes till the issue is resolved.
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Parameters
authenticate enable
Enables SMTP Server authentication.
enable traps [all|
dhcp-server|diagnostics|
miscellaneous|mobility|
nsm|radius-server|
redundancy|snmp
|wireless]
Enables SMTP notification for traps.
• all – Enables SMTP Notification for all traps.
• dhcp-server [dhcpServerDown|dhcpServerUp]– Enables
dhcp-server traps.
• dhcpServerDown – DHCP Server down.
• dhcpServerUp – DHCP Server up.
• diagnostics
[cpuLoad15Min|cpuLoad1Min|cpuLoad5Min|
fanSpeedLow|fileDescriptors|ipRouteCache|
packetBuffers|processMemoryUsage|ramFree|
tempHigh|tempOver|usedKernelBuffer] – Enables
diagnostics traps.
• cpuLoad15Min – Average CPU load for last 15
minutes exceeds limit.
• cpuLoad1Min – Average CPU load for last minute
exceeds limit.
• cpuLoad5Min – Average CPU load for last five
minutes exceeds limit.
• fanSpeedLow – Fan speed below limit.
• fileDescriptors – File descriptor number exceeds limit.
• ipRouteCache – IP route cache size exceeds limit.
• packetBuffers – Packet buffer usage exceeds limit.
• processMemoryUsage – Processor memory usage
exceeds limit.
• ramFree – RAM free space below limit.
• tempHigh – Temperature exceeds high limit.
• tempOver – Temperature exceeds critical limit.
• usedKernelBuffer – Kernel buffer usage exceeds limit
for some buffer size.
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• miscellaneous
[caCertExpired|lowFsSpace|periodicHeartbeat|
processMaxRestartsReached|savedConfigModified|
serverCertExpired|switchEvent] – Enables miscellaneous
traps.
• caCertExpired – CA certificate has expired.
• lowFsSpace – Available file system space is lower
than the limit.
• periodicHeartbeat – Periodic Heartbeat.
• processMaxRestartsReached – Process has reached
max restart.
• savedConfigModified – Saved configuration has been
modified.
• serverCertExpired – Server certificate has expired.
• switchEvent – Other switch event.
• mobility – Enables mobility traps.
• operationallyDown – Mobility operationally down.
• operationallyUp – Mobility operationally up.
• peerDown – Mobility peer down.
• peerUp – Mobility peer up.
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• nsm [dhcpIPChanged] – Enables nsm traps and changes
the DHCP IP.
• radius-server [radiusServerDown|radiusServerUp] –
Enables radius-server traps.
• radiusServerDown – Radius Server is down.
• radiusServerUp – Radius Server is up.
• redundancy [adoptionExceeded|criticalResourceDown|
criticalResourceUp|grpAuthLevelChanged|memberDown|
memberMisConfigured|memberUp] – Enables
redundancy traps.
• adoptionExceeded – Redundancy port adoption
exceeded.
• criticalResourceDown – Redundancy Critical-Resource
Down.
• criticalResourceUp – Redundancy Critical-Resource
Up.
• grpAuthLevelChanged – Redundancy group
Authorization Level changed.
• memberDown – Redundancy member down.
• memberMisConfigured – Redundancy member misconfiguration.
• memberUp – Redundancy member up.
• snmp [authenticationFail|coldstart|linkdown|linkup] –
Enables SNMP traps.
• authenticationFail – Enables authentication failure
trap.
• coldstart – Enables coldStart trap.
• linkdown – Enables linkDown trap.
• linkup – Enables linkUp trap.
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• wireless [ap-detection|ids|radio|self-healing|station|
wlan] – Enables wireless traps.
• ap-detection [externalAPDetected|
externalAPRemoved] – Enables wireless AP detection
traps.
• externalAPDetected – Detects an external AP.
• externalAPRemoved – Removes an external AP.
• id [muExcessiveEvents|radioExcessiveEvents|
switchExcessiveEvents] – Enables wireless IDS traps.
• muExcessiveEvents – Excessive and Anomaly MU
events.
• radioExcessiveEvents – Excessive radio events.
• switchExcessiveEvents – Excessive switch events.
• radio [adopted|detectedRadar|unadopted] – Enables
wireless radio traps.
• adopted – Radio adopted.
• detectedRadar – Radio detected radar.
• unadopted – Radio unadopted.
• self-healing [activated]– Enables self healing traps.
• station [associated|
deniedAssociationAsPortCapacityReached|
deniedAssociationOnCapability|
deniedAssociationOnErr|
deniedAssociationOnInvalidWPAWPA2IE|
deniedAssociationOnRates|
deniedAssociationOnShortPream|
deniedAssociationOnSpectrum|
deniedAssociationOnSSID|deniedAuthentication|
disassociated |radiusAuthFailed|
tkipCounterMeasures|vlanChanged] – Enables
wireless station traps.
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• associated – Wireless station associated.
• deniedAssociationAsPortCapacity
Reached – Wireless station denied association due
to port capacity reached.
• deniedAssociationOnCapability – Wireless station
denied association due to unsupported capability.
• deniedAssociationOnErr – Wireless station denied
association due to internal error.
• deniedAssociationOnInvalidWPAWPA2IE –
Wireless station denied association due to invalid/
absent WPA/WPA2 IE.
• deniedAssociationOnRates – Wireless station
denied association due to incompatible
Transmission rates.
• deniedAssociationOnSSID – Wireless station
denied association due to invalid SSID.
• deniedAssociationOnShortPream – Wireless station
denied association due to lack of short preamble
support.
• deniedAssociationOnSpectrum – Wireless station
denied association due to lack of spectrum
management capability.
• deniedAuthentication – Wireless station denied
802.11 authentication.
• disassociated – Wireless station disassociated.
• radiusAuthFailed – Wireless station failed radius
authentication.
• tkipCounterMeasures – TKIP counter measures
invoked.
• vlanChanged – Wireless station vlan id changed.
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• wlan [vlanUserLimitReached|webPortalUnavailable|
webPortalUnconnected||webPortalUnreachable] –
Enables wireless wlan traps when:
• vlanUserLimitReached – WLAN-VLAN user limit is
reached.
• webPortalUnavailable – Web portal unavailable.
• webPortalUnconnected – Web portal disconnected.
• webPortalUnreachable – Web portal unreachable.
password 0 <password>
SMTP Authentication Password.
• 0 – Password is specified unencrypted.
• <password> – Enter password up to 64 characters in
length.
port <1-65535>
Enter SMTP Server TCP Port.
prefix <smtp-prefix>
Enter SMTP subject prefix up to 16 characters in length.
recipient <1-4>
<recipient-address>
Enter SMTP recipient index and SMTP recipient address up
to 128 characters in length.
sender <sender-address> Enter SMTP sender address up to 128 characters in length.
smtp-server-address <IP> Host to receive SMTP notifications. Enter IP address/
Hostname of SNMP server up to 128 characters in length.
user <username>
SMTP Authentication User. Enter username up to 64
characters in length.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#smtp-notification enable
RFSwitch(config)#smtp-notification enable traps dhcp-server
dhcpServerDown
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-notification recipient 1
admin@serveradmin.com
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5.1.33 snmp-server
Global Configuration Commands
Modifies SNMP engine parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
snmp-server [community|contact|enable|engine-id|host|
location|manager|periodic-heartbeat-interval|sysname|user]
snmp-server community <community-string> [ro|rw]
snmp-server contact <contact-person>
snmp-server enable traps {[all|dhcp-server|diagnostics|
miscellaneous|mobility|nsm|radius-server|redundancy|snmp|
wireless|wireless-statistics]}
snmp-server enable traps all
snmp-server enable traps dhcp-server {[dhcpServerDown|
dhcpServerUp]}
snmp-server enable traps diagnostics {[cpuLoad1Min|
cpuLoad5Min|cpuLoad15Min|fanSpeedLow|fileDescriptors|
ipRouteCache|packetBuffers|processMemoryUsage|ramFree|
tempHigh|tempOver|usedKernelBuffer]}
snmp-server enable traps miscellaneous {[caCertExpired|
lowFsSpace|periodicHeartbeat|processMaxRestartsReached|
savedConfigModified|serverCertExpired|switchEvent]}
snmp-server enable traps mobility {[operationallyDown|
operationallyUp|peerDown|peerUp]}
snmp-server enable traps nsm {dhcpIPChanged}
snmp-server enable traps radius-server
{[radiusServerDown|radiusServerUp]}
snmp-server enable traps redundancy{[adoptionExceeded|
criticalResourceDown|criticalResourceUp|
grpAuthLevelChanged|memberDown|memberMisConfigured|
memberUp]}
snmp-server enable traps snmp {[authenticationFail|
coldstart|linkdown|linkup]}
snmp-server enable traps wireless {[ap-detection|ids|
radio|self-healing|station|wlan]}
snmp-server enable traps wireless ap-detection
{[externalAPDetected|externalAPRemoved]}
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snmp-server enable traps wireless ids
{[muExcessiveEvents|radioExcessiveEvents|
switchExcessiveEvents]}
snmp-server enable traps wireless radio
{[adopted|unadopted|detectedRadar]}
snmp-server enable traps wireless self-healing
activated
snmp-server enable traps wireless station
{[associated|deniedAssociationAsPortCapacityReached|
deniedAssociationOnCapability|deniedAssociationOnErr|
deniedAssociationOnInvalidWPAWPA2IE|
deniedAssociationOnRates|deniedAssociationOnShortPream|
deniedAssociationOnSpectrum|deniedAssociationOnSSID|
deniedAuthentication|disassociated|radiusAuthFailed|
tkipCounterMeasures|vlanChanged]}
snmp-server enable traps wireless wlan
{[vlanUserLimitReached|webPortalUnavailable|
webPortalUnreachable|webPortalUnconnected]}
snmp-server enable traps wireless-statistics [mesh|
min-packets|mobile-unit|radio|wireless-switch|wlan]
snmp-server enable traps wireless-statistics mesh
[avg-bit-speed-less-than|avg-retry-greater-than|
avg-signal-less-than|gave-up-percent-greater-than|
nu-percent-greater-than|num-mobile-units-greater-than|
pktsps-greater-than|tput-greater-than|
undecrypt-percent-greater-than]
snmp-server enable traps wireless-statistics min-packets
<1-65535>
snmp-server enable traps wireless-statistics mobile-unit
[avg-bit-speed-less-than|avg-retry-greater-than|
avg-signal-less-than|gave-up-percent-greater-than|
nu-percent-greater-than|pktsps-greater-than|
tput-greater-than|undecrypt-percent-greater-than]
snmp-server enable traps wireless-statistics radio
[avg-bit-speed-less-than|avg-retry-greater-than|
avg-noise-level-threshold|avg-signal-less-than|
gave-up-percent-greater-than|nu-percent-greater-than|
num-mobile-units-greater-than|pktsps-greater-than|
tput-greater-than|undecrypt-percent-greater-than]
snmp-server enable traps wireless-statistics wireless-switch
[num-mobile-units-greater-than|pktsps-greater-than|
tput-greater-than]
snmp-server enable traps wireless-statistics wlan
[avg-bit-speed-less-than|avg-retry-greater-than|
avg-signal-less-than|gave-up-percent-greater-than|
nu-percent-greater-than|num-mobile-units-greater-than|
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pktsps-greater-than|tput-greater-than|
undecrypt-percent-greater-than]
snmp-server
snmp-server
snmp-server
snmp-server
snmp-server
snmp-server
engineid [netsnmp {<word>}|text <word>]
host <IP> [v2c|v3] {<1-65535>}
location <location-text>
manager [all|v2|v3]
periodic-heartbeat-interval <interval>
sysname
snmp-server user [snmpmanager|snmpoperator|snmptrap]
Parameters
community
<community-string>
[ro|rw]
Sets the community string and access privileges.
• <community-string> – Sets the community string.
• ro – Read-only access with this community string.
• rw – Read-write access with this community
string.
contact <contactperson>
Text for mib object sysContact.
• <contact-person> – Sets the contact person for
this managed node.
enable traps {[all|
dhcp-server|diagnostics|
miscellaneous|mobility|
nsm|radius-server|
redundancy|snmp|
wireless|
wireless-statistics]}
traps – Enables SNMP traps. All traps are optional.
• dhcp-server – Enables dhcp-server traps.
• diagnostics – Enables diagnostics traps.
• miscellaneous – Enables miscellaneous traps.
• mobility – Enables mobility traps.
• nsm – Enables nsm traps.
• radius-server – Enables RADIUS server traps.
• redundancy – Enables redundancy traps.
• snmp – Enables SNMP traps.
• wireless – Enables wireless traps.
• wireless-statistics – Enables wireless statistics
traps.
Global Configuration Commands
enable traps dhcp-server
{[dhcpServerDown|
dhcpServerUp]}
Enables dhcp-server traps.
• dhcpServerDown – DHCP server down.
• dhcpServerUp – DHCP server up.
enable traps diagnostics
{[cpuLoad1Min|
cpuLoad5Min|
cpuLoad15Min|
fanSpeedLow|
fileDescriptors|
ipRouteCache|
packetBuffers|
processMemoryUsage|
ramFree|tempHigh|
tempOver|
usedKernelBuffer]}
Enables diagnostics traps.
• cpuLoad15Min
• cpuLoad1Min
• cpuLoad5Min
• fanSpeedLow
• fileDescriptors
• ipRouteCache
• packetBuffers
• processMemoryUsage
• ramFree
• tempHigh
• tempOver
• usedKernelBuffer
enable traps
miscellaneous
{[caCertExpired|
lowFsSpace|
periodicHeartbeat|
processMaxRestartsRea
ched|
savedConfigModified|
serverCertExpired|
switchEvent]}
Enables miscellaneous traps.
• caCertExpired – CA certificate has expired.
• lowFsSpace – Available file system space is
lower than the limit.
• periodicHeartBeat – Periodic heartbeat trap.
• processMaxRestartsReached – Process has
reached max restart.
• savedConfigModified – Saved configuration has
been modified.
• serverCertExpired – Server certificate is expired.
• switchEvent - Other switch event.
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enable traps mobility
{[operationallyDown|
operationallyUp|
peerDown|peerUp]}
Enable mobility traps.
• operationallyDown – Mobility down
• operationallyUp – Mobility up
• peerDown – Mobility peer down
• peerUp – Mobility peer up
enable traps nsm
{dhcpIPChanged}
Enables nsm traps.
• dhcpIPChanged – DHCP IP changed
enable traps
radius-server
{[radiusServerDown|
radiusServerUp]}
Enables radius-server traps.
• radiusServerDown – RADIUS server down
• radiusServerUp – RADIUS server up
enable traps redundancy
{[adoptionExceeded|
criticalResourceUp|
grpAuthLevelChanged|
memberDown|
memberMisConfigured|
memberUp|
criticalResourceDown]}
Enables redundancy traps.
• adoptionExceeded – Redundancy port adoption
exceeded.
• grpAuthLevelChanged – Redundancy group
authorization level changed.
• memberDown – Redundancy member down.
• memberMisConfigured – Redundancy member
mis-configuration.
• memberUp – Defines redundancy member as up.
• criticalResourceUp – Critical resource is up.
• criticalResourceDown – Critical resource is down.
enable traps snmp
{[authenticationFail|
linkdown|linkup|
coldstart]}
Enables SNMP traps.
• authenticationFail – Enables authentication
failure trap.
• coldstart – Enables coldStart trap.
• linkdown – Enables linkDown trap.
• linkup – Enables linkUp trap.
Global Configuration Commands
enable traps wireless
{[ap-detection|ids|
radio|self-healing|
station|wlan]}
Enables wireless traps.
• ap-detection {[externalAPDetected|
externalAPRemoved]} – Enables wireless AP
detection traps.
• externalAPDetected – External AP detected.
• externalAPRemoved – External AP detected.
• ids {[muExcessiveEvents|
radioExcessiveEvents|switchExcessiveEvents]} –
Enables wireless IDS traps.
• muExcessiveEvents – Excessive MU events.
• radioExcessiveEvents – Excessive radio
events.
• switchExcessiveEvents – Excessive switch
events.
• radio {[adopted|unadopted|detectedRadar]} –
Enables wireless radio traps.
• adopted – Radio adopted.
• detectedRadar – Radar detected.
• unadopted – Radio detected radar.
• self-healing activated – Enables self healing
traps.
• activated – Self healing activated.
• station {[associated|
deniedAssociationAsPortCapacityReached|
deniedAssociationOnCapability|
deniedAssociationOnErr|
deniedAssociationOnInvalidWPAWPA2IE|
deniedAssociationOnRates|
deniedAssociationOnShortPream|
deniedAssociationOnSpectrum|
deniedAssociationOnSSID|deniedAuthentication|
disassociated|radiusAuthFailed|
tkipCounterMeasures|vlanChanged]} – Enables
wireless station traps.
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• associated– Wireless station associated.
• deniedAssociationAsPortCapacityReached –
Wireless station denied association - port
capacity reached.
• deniedAssociationOnCapability – Wireless
station denied association due to unsupported
capability.
• deniedAssociationOnErr – Wireless station
denied association due to internal error.
• deniedAssociationOnInvalidWPAWPA2IE –
Wireless station denied association due to
invalid/absent WPA/WPA2 IE.
• deniedAssociationOnRates – Wireless station
denied association due to incompatible
Transmission rates.
• deniedAssociationOnSSID – Wireless station
denied association due to invalid SSID.
• deniedAssociationOnShortPream – Wireless
station denied association due to lack of short
preamble support.
• deniedAssociationOnSpectrum – Wireless
station denied association due to lack of
spectrum management capability.
• deniedAuthentication – Wireless station denied
802.11 authentication.
• disassociated – Wireless station disassociated.
• tkipCounterMeasures – TKIP counter measures
invoked.
• vlanChanged – Wireless station VLAN ID has
changed.
Global Configuration Commands
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• wlan {[vlanUserLimitReached|webPortal
Unavailable|webPortalUnreachable|webPortal
Unconnected]}– Enables wireless wlan traps.
• vlanUserLimitReached – WALN/VLAN user limit
reached.
• webPortalUnavailable – Webportal is
unavailable.
• webPortalUnreachable – Webportal is
unreachable.
• webPortalUnconnected – Webportal is not
connected.
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snmp-server enable traps
wireless-statistics [mesh|
min-packets|mobile-unit|
radio|wireless-switch|wlan]
Modifies wireless-stats rate traps.
• mesh [avg-bit-speed-less-than|
avg-retry-greater-than|avg-signal-less-than|
gave-up-percent-greater-than|
nu-percent-greater-than|
num-mobile-units-greater-than|
pktsps-greater-than|tput-greater-than|
undecrypt-percent-greater-than] – Modifies mesh
rate traps.
• avg-bit-speed-less-than – Average bit speed in
Mbps between <0.00> and <54.00>.
• avg-retry-greater-than – Average retry is
greater than 0.00 and less than or equal to
16.00.
• avg-signal-less-than – Average signal in dBm
is less than -0.00 and greater than or equal to 120.00.
• gave-up-percent-greater-than – Percentage of
pkts dropped is greater than 0.00 and less than
or equal to 100.00.
• nu-percent-greater-than – Percentage of nonunicast pkts is greater than 0.00 and less than
or equal to 100.00.
• num-mobile-units-greater-than – Number of
associated mobile-unit is <1-8192>.
• pktsps-greater-than – Packets per sec is
greater than 0.00 and less than or equal to
100000.00.
• tput-greater-than – Throughput in Mbps is
greater than 0.00 and less than or equal to
100000.00.
• undecrypt-percent-greater-than – Percentage
of undecryptable pkts is greater than 0.00 and
less than or equal to 100.00.
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• min-packets <1-65535> – Minimum packets
required for sending the trap.
• <1-65535> – Defines the minimum packets for
sending the trap. This can be set with a decimal
number in the range of <1-65535>.
• mobile-unit [avg-bit-speed-less-than|
avg-retry-greater-than|avg-signal-less-than|
gave-up-percent-greater-than|
nu-percent-greater-than|pktsps-greater-than|
tput-greater-than|
undecrypt-percent-greater-than] – Modifies
mobile-unit rate traps.
• avg-bit-speed-less-than – Average bit speed in
Mbps is between <0.00> and <54.00>.
• avg-retry-greater-than – Average retry is
greater than 0.00 and less than or equal to
16.00.
• avg-signal-less-than – Average signal in dBm is
less than -0.00 and greater than or equal to 120.00.
• gave-up-percent-greater-than – Percentage of
pkts dropped is greater than 0.00 and less than
or equal to 100.00.
• nu-percent-greater-than – Percentage of nonunicast pkts is greater than 0.00 and less than or
equal to 100.00.
• pktsps-greater-than – Packets per sec is greater
than 0.00 and less than or equal to 100000.00.
• tput-greater-than – Throughput in Mbps is
greater than 0.00 and less than or equal to
100000.00.
• undecrypt-percent-greater-than – Percentage of
undecryptable pkts is greater than 0.00 and less
than or equal to 100.00.
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engineid [netsnmp {<word>}|
text <word>]
Sets the SNMP server engine ID.
• netsnmp <word>– Sets the engine id to a
hexadecimal string.
• text <word> – Sets the engine id to a text string.
host <IP> [v2c|v3] {<1-65535>}
SNMP server host.
• <IP> – SNMP server host IP address.
• v2c <1-65535> – Use snmp version 2c.
• v3 <1-65535> – Use snmp version 3.
location <location-text>
Text for mib object sysLocation.
manager [all|v2|v3]
Enables the SNMP manager.
• all – Enables SNMP version v2 and v3.
• v2 – Enables SNMP version v2.
• v3 – Enables SNMP version v3.
periodic-heartbeat-interval
<interval>
Sets periodic heartbeat trap interval. A periodic trap
is sent if no other traps are sent by the switch. The
default time period is 60 seconds. Set a value to
between 10 and 1000 seconds.
sysname
The SNMP system name.
Global Configuration Commands
user [snmpmanager|
snmpoperator|snmptrap]
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Defines a user who can access the SNMP engine.
• snmpmanager v3– Manager user
• v3 [auth|encrypted] – User using v3 security
model
• auth md5 <password> – Sets authentication
parameters for the user.
• md5 – Use HMAC MD5 algorithm for
authentication
• <password> – The password for the user
• encrypted [auth|des] – Displays privacy
parameters for the user
• auth md5 <password>– Displays
authentication parameters for the user
• des – Use CBC-DES for privacy
• snmpoperator v3 – Operator user
• snmptrap v3 – Trap user
Example
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server community TestCommunity ro
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server contact TestManager
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps all
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps miscellaneous
lowFsSpace
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps redundancy
memberUp
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps snmp linkup
RFSwitch(config)#
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RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps wireless
detection externalAPDetected
RFSwitch(config)#
ap-
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps wireless
excessiveProbes
RFSwitch(config)#
ids
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps wireless radio
adopted
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps wireless selfhealing activated
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps wireless station
tkipCounterMeasures
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server enable traps wirelessstatistics min-packets 120
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server location "Located at thh 5th
FLoor"
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server sysname "Gold Mine"
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server periodic-heartbeat-interval 120
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#snmp-server engineid netsnmp
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.34 spanning-tree
Global Configuration Commands
Configures spanning-tree commands
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
spanning-tree [mst|portfast]
spanning-tree mst [<0-15> priority <0-61440>|
cisco-interoperability [enable|disable]|configuration|
forward-time <4-30>|hello-time <1-10>|max-age <6-40>|
max-hops <7-127>]
spanning-tree portfast [bpdufilter|bpduguard] default
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Parameters
mst [<0-15> priority
<0-61440>|
cisco-interoperability
[enable|disable]|
configuration|
forward-time <4-30>|
hello-time <1-10>|
max-age <6-40>|
max-hops <7-127>]
Enables the Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol on a bridge.
• <0-15> priority <0-61440> – Set the bridge priority for an
MST instance to the value specified. Use the no
parameter with this command to restore the default
bridge priority value.
• priority – Sets the bridge priority for the common
instance.
• <0-61440> – Defines the bridge priority in increments
of 4096 (Lower priority indicates greater likelihood of
becoming root). The default value of the priority for
each instance is 32768.
• cisco-interoperability [enable|disable] – Enables/
disables interoperability with Cisco's version of MSTP
(incompatible with standard MSTP).
• enable – Enables CISCO Interoperability.
• disable – Disables CISCO Interoperability.
• configuration – Multiple spanning tree configuration.
This command moves to the (config-mst) instance.
For more information, see Chapter 13, Spanning tree-mst
Instance.
• forward-time <4-30> – Sets the time (in seconds) after
which (if this bridge is the root bridge) each port changes
states to learning and forwarding. This value is used by
all instances. The default value is 15 seconds.
• hello-time <1-10> – Sets the hello-time. The hello-time
is the time (in seconds) after which (if this bridge is the
root bridge) all the bridges in a bridged LAN exchange
Bridge Protocol Data Units (BPDUs). A very low value
leads to excessive traffic on the network, while a higher
value delays the detection of a topology change. This
value is used by all instances. The default value is
2 seconds.
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• max-age <6-40> – Max-age is the maximum time in
seconds for which (if a bridge is the root bridge) a
message is considered valid. This prevents the frames
from looping indefinitely. The value of max-age must be
greater than twice the value of hello time plus one, but
less than twice the value of forward delay minus one.
The permissible range for max-age is 6-40 seconds.
Configure this value sufficiently high, so a frame
generated by root can be propagated to the leaf nodes
without exceeding the max-age. Use this command to set
the max-age for a bridge. This value is used by all
instances.The default value of bridge max-age is 20
seconds.
• max-hops <7-127> – Specifies the maximum allowed
hops for a BPDU in an MST region. This parameter is used
by all MST instances. To restore the default value, use the
no parameter with this command. The default maxhops in
a MST region is 20.
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portfast
[bpdufilter|bpduguard]
default
Enables the portfast feature on a bridge. It has the
following options:
• bpdufilter default – Use the bpdu-filter command to
set the portfast BPDU filter for the port. Use the no
parameter with this command to revert the port BPDU
filter value to default.
The Spanning Tree Protocol sends BPDUs from all ports.
Enabling the BPDU Filter feature ensures
PortFastenabled ports do not transmit or receive BPDUs.
• bpduguard default – Use the bpdu-guard command to
enable the BPDU (Bridge Protocol Data Unit) Guard
feature on a bridge.
Use the no parameter with this command to disable
BPDU Guard. When the BPDU Guard is set for a bridge,
all portfast-enabled ports of the bridge that have BPDU
guard set to default shut down the port on receiving a
BPDU. In this case, the BPDU is not processed. The port
can be brought back up manually (using the no shutdown
command), or by configuring a errdisable-timeout to
enable the port after the specified interval.
Usage Guidelines
The mst > configuration command moves you to the Spanning tree-mst Instance on
page 13-1 Instance instance.
If a bridge does not hear bridge protocol data units (BPDUs) from the root bridge within the
specified interval, defined in the max-age (seconds) parameter, assume the network has
changed and recomputed the spanning-tree topology.
Generally, spanning tree configuration settings in the config mode define the configuration
for bridge and bridge instances.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#spanning-tree portfast bpduguard default
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#spanning-tree mst configuration
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
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5.1.35 timezone
Global Configuration Commands
Configures switch timezone settings
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
timezone <timezone>
Parameters
<timezone>
Press <tab> to traverse a list of files. This displays a list of
files containing timezone information.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#timezone
Africa/
America/
Asia/
CET
CST6CDT
EET
Etc/
Pacific/
PST8PDT
EST5EDT
RFSwitch(config)#timezone
Atlantic/
Australia/
Europe/
MST7MDT
RFSwitch(config)#timezone America/
America/Anchorage
America/Bogota
America/
Buenos_Aires America/Caracas
America/Chicago
America/Costa_Rica
America/Denver
America/
Los_Angeles
America/Mexico_City
America/Montreal
America/New_York
America/Phoenix
America/Santiago
America/Sao_Paulo
America/St_Johns
America/Tegucigalpa America/Thule
America/Winnipeg
America/Indianapolis
RFSwitch(config)#timezone America/Chicago
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.36 traffic-shape
Global Configuration Commands
Optimizes network traffic
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
SWITCH NOTE: This command is not supported with:
• RFS6000
Syntax
traffic-shape [class|priority-map]
traffic-shape class <class-identifier> [max-buffers|
max-latency|rate]
traffic-shape class <class-identifier> max-buffers
<pri0-queue-length> <pri1-queue-length>
<pri2-queue-length> <pri3-queue-length>
<pri4-queue-length> <pri5-queue-length>
<pri6-queue-length> <pri7-queue-length> red-level
<pri0-queue-length-for-red> <pri1-queue-length-for-red>
<pri2-queue-length-for-red> <pri3-queue-length-for-red>
<pri4-queue-length-for-red> <pri5-queue-length-for-red>
<pri6-queue-length-for-red> <pri7-queue-length-for-red>
traffic-shape class <class-identifier> max-buffers
<pri0-queue-length> <pri1-queue-length>
<pri2-queue-length> <pri3-queue-length>
<pri4-queue-length> <pri5-queue-length>
<pri6-queue-length> <pri7-queue-length> red-percent
<pri0-queue-percent-for-red> <pri1-queue-percent-for-red>
<pri2-queue-percent-for-red> <pri3-queue-percent-for-red>
<pri4-queue-percent-for-red> <pri5-queue-percent-for-red>
<pri6-queue-percent-for-red> <pri7-queue-percent-for-red>
traffic-shape class <class-identifier> max-latency
<pri0-queue-latency> <pri1-queue-latency>
<pri2-queue-latency> <pri3-queue-latency>
<pri4-queue-latency> <pri5-queue-latency>
<pri6-queue-latency> <pri7-queue-latency> [msec|usec]
traffic-shape class <class-identifier> rate
{[Kbps|Mbps|bps]}
traffic-shape priority-map <0-7> <0-7> <0-7> <0-7> <0-7> <07> <0-7> <0-7>
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Parameters
class <class-identifier>
max-buffers ... red-level
...
class <class-identifier>
max-buffers ... redpercent ...
class <class-identifier>
max-latency ...
[msec|usec]
class <class-identifier>
rate {[Kbps|Mbps|bps]}
Traffic shaping packet class. Select an identifier between
1-4. Traffic shaping also uses queues numbered 0-7.
• max-buffers – Maximum traffic-shape queue length in
packets.
• <1-2000> – Maximum length of lowest or all priority
queues.
• red-level – Performs RED (random early drop) when
the queue length is reached.
• red-percent – Performs RED (random early drop) at a
percentage of max-buffers.
• max-latency – Maximum packet delay in queue.
• <1-1000000> – Maximum latency of lowest or all
priority queues.
• [msec|usec] – Sets the time measure.
• rate <1-250000000> – Traffic rate (250 Kbps-250 Mbps).
• Kbps – Units of kilobits/sec.
• Mbps – Units of megabits/sec.
• bps – Units of bits/sec.
priority-map <0-7> <0-7>
...
Sets 802.1p to priority queue maps for all the traffic shape
queues.
Example
RFSSwitch(config)#traffic-shape class 1 max-buffers 1000
1000 1000 1000 500 500 500 500 red-level 750 750 750 750 375
375 375 375
RFSSwitch(config)#traffic-shape class 1 max-latency 1000
1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 msec
RFSSwitch(config)#traffice-shape class 1 rate 100000 Kbps
RFSSwitch(config)#traffic-shape priority-map 1 2 0 7 5 3 6 4
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RFSSwitch(config)#show
traffic-shape config
Traffic shaping class 1
Rate: 10 Mbps
Prio-| max |
RED
| max
rity | pkts | pkts pcnt | latency
0 | 1000 | 750 75% | 1 | 1000 | 750 75% | 2 | 1000 | 750 75% | 3 | 1000 | 750 75% | 4 | 500 | 375 75% | 5 | 500 | 375 75% | 6 | 500 | 375 75% | 7 | 500 | 375 75% | Traffic shaping class 2
Not configured
Traffic shaping class 3
Not configured
Traffic shaping class 4
Not configured
RFS7000(config)#show traffic-shape priority-map
802.1p | Shaping priority
0 | 1
1 | 2
2 | 0
3 | 7
4 | 5
5 | 3
6 | 6
7 | 4
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5.1.37 username
Global Configuration Commands
Establishes user name authentication
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
username <name> [access|password|privilege]
username <name> access [console|ssh|telnet|web]
username <name> password [0 <password>|1 <password>|
<password>]
username <name> privilege [helpdesk|monitor|nwadmin|
superuser|sysadmin|webadmin]
Parameters
<name>
Enter a name to authenticate the switch, the username
should be between 1 and 28 characters.
• access [console|ssh|telnet|web]– Sets the user access
mode.
• console – Only allowed from console
• ssh – Only allowed from ssh
• telnet – Only allowed from telnet
• web – Only allowed from applet (webUI)
• password [0 <password>|1 <password>|<password>] –
Specifies the password for the user.
• 0 – Password is specified UNENCRYPTED
• 1 – Password is encrypted with SHA1 algorithm
• <password> – User password
• plaintext password length should be between 8
and 32 letters
• encrypted password length should be 40 letters)
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• privilege [helpdesk|monitor|nwadmin|superuser|
sysadmin|webadmin] – Sets user access privilege.
• helpdesk – Helpdesk (troubleshooting) access
• monitor – Monitor (read-only) access
• nwadmin – Network (wired & wireless) admin access
• superuser – Superuser (root) access
• sysadmin – System (general system configuration)
admin access
• webadmin – Web auth (hotspot) user admin access
Example
RFSwitch(config)#username GoldenSwitch
RFSwitch(config)#
RFS7000(config)#username Aeyjey access console ssh telnet
web
RFS7000(config)#username JohnDoe privilege sysadmin webadmin
nwadmin
5.1.37.1 Encrypting a Password
To encrypt a password:
1. Enable password encryption and provide the passphrase required for encrypting the
passwords.
RFS7000(config)#service password-encryption secret 2 Symbol
RFS7000(config)#username Jiri password Motorola
2. On completion of the above step, all the passwords, crypto keys, shared secrets etc are
displayed in an encrypted format in the running/startup configuration.
RFS7000(config)#show run
!
! configuration of RFS7000 version 1.1.0.0-038R
!
version 1.1
!
!
aaa authentication login default none
service prompt crash-info
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!
username admin password 1
8e67bb26b358e2ed20fe552ed6fb832f397a507d
username admin privilege superuser
username operator password 1
fe96dd39756ac41b74283a9292652d366d73931f
username Jiri password 1
399f01e13e372ba2dc02f37d869021873e60aa85
3. The password in the above running configuration is displayed in an encrypted format
even though it was entered as plain text in Step 1.
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5.1.38 vpn
Global Configuration Commands
Configures VPN authentication settings
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
vpn authentication-method [local|radius]
Parameters
authentication-method
[local|radius]
Selects the authentication scheme.
• local – Used for user based authentication.
• radius – Used for RADIUS server authentication.
Usage Guidelines
Virtual Private Network (VPN) enables IP traffic to travel securely over a public TCP/IP
network by encrypting all traffic from one network to another. A VPN uses "tunneling" to
encrypt all information at the IP level.
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5.1.39 wireless
Global Configuration Commands
Configures switch wireless parameters
This command moves you to the config-wireless instance. For more information, see
Chapter 20, Wireless Instance.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
wireless
Parameters
None
Usage Guidelines
The wireless command is used to enter the config-wireless instance wherein you can
configure wireless parameters. Confirm you have entered the wireless instance, as the
prompt changes from the regular RFSwitch(config)# to RFSwitch(configwireless)#.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#wireless
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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5.1.40 wlan-acl
Global Configuration Commands
Applies an ACL on a WLAN index
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
wlan-acl <1-32> [<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>|<acl-name>] [in|out]
Parameters
<1-32> [<199>|<100199>|<1300|1999>|
<2000|2699>|word]
[in|out]
WLAN number
• <1-99> — IP standard access list
• <100-199> — IP extended access list
• <1300-1999> — IP standard access list (expanded
range)
• <2000-2699> — IP extended access list (expanded
range)
• <acl-name> — Access list name
• in — Incoming packets
• out — Outgoing packets
Usage Guidelines 1
Every WLAN created is mapped to an index. When an ACL is applied on a WLAN index it
becomes a WLAN ACL. The following type of ACL’s can be applied on a WLAN:
• IP Standard ACL
• IP Extended ACL
• MAC Extended ACL
When a packet is sent from a client to a WLAN index of an access port, it becomes an
inbound traffic to the wireless LAN.
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When a packet goes out of a access port, it becomes outbound traffic to the wireless LAN
index. Apply an ACL to a WLAN index in outbound direction to filter traffic from both wired
and wireless interfaces.
wlan-acl can be attached both in the inbound and outbound directions.
NOTE: Most of the Wireless LAN related configuration are performed
using the Chapter 20, Wireless Instance.
Use wlan-acl (in the global configuration mode) to apply an ACL on a
wireless LAN index .
The last ACE in the access list is an implicit deny statement. Whenever the interface
receives the packet, its content is checked against all the ACE’s in the ACL. It is allowed/
denied based on the ACL configuration.
NOTE: All ACLs which had WLAN index are now replaced with ones
that don't have WLAN index.
In the above process, the acl "110" had two rules which got replaced by
only one rule because after removal of WLAN index selector, both the
rules look similar.
Follow the procedure below to manually upgrade the ACLs to the same configuration:
1. If all the rules in ACL have same WLAN index as selector and there are no other ACL
rules, then attach the ACL to the WLAN port.
In the above example, the ACL "macacl" has two rules for WLAN 14 which can be
attached to WLAN port as follows:
wlan-acl 14 macacl in
2. If the ACL has mix of rules – with different WLAN indices and without an WLAN
indices, it should be grouped as follows:
a. Create separate ACLs for all rules with a given WLAN index.
b. Create separate ACLs for rules which do not have any WLAN index.
To manually configure a Standard ACL, the example above has to be split into 3 ACLs.
ip access-list standard stdacl1
permit any rule-precedence 34
ip access-list standard stdacl2
permit host 10.0.0.10 rule-precedence 44
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ip access-list standard stdacl3
deny host 30.0.0.14 rule-precedence 54
no access-list stdacl
wlan-acl 5 stdacl1 in
wlan-acl 6 stdacl2 in
The stdacl must be detached from the interface to which it was associated and stdacl3
must be attached to that interface.
When the user explicitly creates ACL rules with WLAN index as selector, the switch
consumes that ACL without WLAN index selector. During this process a warning is raised
to the user as mentioned in the example below.
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 14 permit any wlan 19 log
Warning : Acl rules with Wlan Index is deprecated. Wlan
index configured for the rule will be ignored. Please use
wlan-acl CLI to apply ACLs on WLAN
Example
The example below applies an ACL to WLAN index 200 in an inbound direction from the
global config mode.
RFSwitch(config)#wlan-acl 2 150 in
RFSwitch(config)#
NOTE: A MAC access list entry to allow arp is mandatory to apply an
IP based ACL to an interface. MAC ACL always takes precedence over
IP based ACL’s.
The example below applies an ACL to WLAN index 200 in outbound direction from the
global config mode.
RFSwitch(config)#wlan-acl 2 150 out
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.41 network-element-id
Global Configuration Commands
Use this command to set system’s network-element-ID
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
network-element-id <element-id>
Parameters
<element-id>
Specifies system’s network element ID
Example
RFSwitch(config)#network-element-id test
RFSwitch(config)#
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5.1.42 firewall
Global Configuration Commands
Use this command to set system’s network-element-ID
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
firewall [802.2-encapsulation|clamp|enable|flow|
virtual-defrag|vlan-stacking]
firewall enable
firewall 802.2-encapsulation permit
firewall clamp [path-mtu|tcp-mss]
firewall
firewall
firewall
setup]
flow timeout [icmp|other|tcp|udp]
flow timeout [icmp|other|udp] <10-32400>
flow timeout tcp [close-wait|established|reset|
<10-32400>
firewall virtual-defrag [enable|max-defrag-per-host|
max-frags-per-dgram|min-1st-frag-length]
firewall virtual-defrag enable
firewall virtual-defrag max-defrag-per-host <1-32>
firewall virtual-defrag max-frags-per-dgram <2-8129>
firewall virtual-defrag min-1st-frg-length <8-1500>
firewall vlan-stacking permit
Parameters
enable
Enables the firewall for this switch.
802.2.-encapsulation
permit
Sets 802.2 packet encapsulation.
• permit – Allow 802.2 packet encapsulations which
can bypass the firewall. Enabling this option is not
recommended by Motorola.
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clamp [path-mtu|
tcp-mss]
Configures wireless firewall
• clamp [path-mtu|tcp-mss] – Displays clamp value
• path-mtu – Displays limit discovered path-mtu
• tcp-mss – Displays limit TCP to inner path-mtu.
flow timeout
[icmp|other|tcp|udp]
Configures firewall flow of packets.
• timeout [icmp|other|udp] <1-32400> – Sets the timeout
value for type ICMP, UDP, and Other to a value between
1 and 32400 seconds.
• timeout tcp [close-wait|established|reset|setup]
<10-32400> – Sets the timeout value for TCP packet
types to a value between 1 and 32400 seconds.
• close-wait – Configures the Closed TCP Flow timeout
value
• established – Configures the Established TCP Flow
timeout value
• reset – Configures the Reset TCP Flow timeout value
• setup – Configures the Opening TCP Flow timeout
value
virtual-defrag [enable|
max-defrag-per-host|
max-frags-per-dgram|
min-1st-frag-length]
Configures IPv4 virtual defragmentation.
• enable – enables IPv4 virtual defragmentation. Motorola
recommends that this option be enabled.
• max-defrag-per-host <1-32> – Sets the maximum active
defragmentation per host to a value between 1 and 32.
• max-frags-per-dgram <2-8129> – Sets the maximum
allowed fragmentation per datagram to a value between
2 and 8129.
• min-1st-frag-len < <8-1500> – Sets the minimum
fragmentation length for the 1st fragment to a value
between 8 and 1500
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vlan-stacking permit
Configures 802.1q VLAN stacking.
• permit – Permits 802.1q VLAN stacking that can bypass
the firewall. Motorola does not recommend the use of
this option.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#firewall clamp
RFSwitch(config)#
Crypto-isakmp Instance
The (config-crypto-isakmp) instance is used to configure ISAKMP policies.
To enter this instance, use this command:
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp policy <1-10000>
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
6.1 Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Table 6.1 summarizes crypto-isakmp commands
Table 6.1 Crypto ISAKMP Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
authentication
Sets the authentication scheme
page 6-3
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 6-4
encryption
Sets the encryption algorithm
page 6-5
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 6-6
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 6-7
group
Sets the Diffie-Hellman group
page 6-8
hash
Sets the hash algorithm
page 6-9
help
Provides a description of the interactive help system
page 6-10
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Command
Description
Ref.
lifetime
Sets the lifetime for the ISAKMP security association
page 6-11
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 6-12
service
Defines the switch’s service commands
page 6-13
show
Shows running system information
page 6-15
Crypto-isakmp Instance
6.1.1 authentication
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Authenticates rsa-sig and pre-share keys
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
authentication [pre-share|rsa-sig]
Parameters
pre-share
pre shared key
rsa-sig
rsa signature
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#authentication pre-share
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#authentication rsa-sig
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
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6.1.2 clrscr
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
Crypto-isakmp Instance
6.1.3 encryption
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Configures the encryption level of the data transmitted using the crypto-isakmp
command
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
encryption [3des|aes|aes-192|aes-256|des]
Parameters
3des
Triple data encryption standard
aes
Advanced data encryption standard
aes-192
Advanced data encryption standard
aes-256
Advanced data encryption standard
des
Data encryption standard
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#encryption 3des
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#encryption aes-256
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
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6.1.4 end
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and changes to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp))#end
RFSwitch#
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6.1.5 exit
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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6.1.6 group
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Specifies the Diffie-Hellman group (1 or 2) used by the IKE policy to generate keys (which
is then used to create an IPSec SA)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
group [1|2|5]
Parameters
1
Diffie-Hellman group 1
2
Diffie-Hellman group 2
5
Diffie-Hellman group 5
Usage Guidelines
The local IKE policy and the peer IKE policy must have matching group settings in order for
negotiation to be successful.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#group 5
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
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6.1.7 hash
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Specifies the hash algorithm used to authenticate data transmitted over the IKE SA
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
hash [md5|sha]
Parameters
md5
Choose the MD5 hash algorithm
sha
Choose the SHA hash algorithm
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#hash sha
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
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6.1.8 help
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
Crypto-isakmp Instance
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6.1.9 lifetime
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Specifies how long an IKE SA is valid before it expires
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
lifetime <seconds>
Parameters
<seconds>
Specifies how many seconds an IKE SA lasts before it
expires. A time stamp (in seconds) can be configured
between 60 and 2147483646.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#lifetime 5200
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
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6.1.10 no
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [authentication|encryption|group|hash|lifetime]
Parameters
None.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#no lifetime
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
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6.1.11 service
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the (config-crypto-isakmp)
instance configurations.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
cli
Displays the CLI tree of current mode
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#service show cli
Crypto Isakmp Config mode:
+-authentication
+-pre-share [authentication ( rsa-sig | pre-share )]
+-rsa-sig [authentication ( rsa-sig | pre-share )]
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-encryption
+-3des [encryption ( des | 3des | aes | aes-192 | aes-256
)]
+-aes [encryption ( des | 3des | aes | aes-192 | aes-256
)]
+-aes-192 [encryption ( des | 3des | aes | aes-192 | aes256 )]
+-aes-256 [encryption ( des | 3des | aes | aes-192 | aes256 )]
+-des [encryption ( des | 3des | aes | aes-192 | aes-256
)]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-group
+-1 [group (1|2|5)]
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+-2 [group (1|2|5)]
+-5 [group (1|2|5)]
+-hash
+-md5 [hash (sha|md5)]
...................
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#
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6.1.12 show
Crypto ISAKMP Config Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
NOTE: For more details, see show on page 2-37
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays all the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-isakmp)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
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clock
commands
crypto
debugging
dhcp
environment
file
firewall
ftp
history
interfaces
ip
ldap
licenses
logging
buffer
mac
mac-address-table
mac-name
management
mobility
ntp
password-encryption
port-channel
privilege
radius
redundancy
role
rtls
running-config
securitymgr
sessions
connections
smtp-notifications
snmp
snmp-server
spanning-tree
startup-config
static-channel-group
terminal
parameters
timezone
traffic-shape
upgrade-status
Display system clock
Show command lists
encryption module
Debugging information outputs
DHCP Server Configuration
show environmental information
Display filesystem information
Wireless firewall
Display FTP Server configuration
Display the session command history
Interface status
Internet Protocol (IP)
LDAP server
Show any installed licenses
Show logging configuration and
Internet Protocol (IP)
Display MAC address table
Displays the configured MAC names
Display L3 Managment Interface name
Display Mobility parameters
Network time protocol
password encryption
Portchannel commands
Show current privilege level
RADIUS configuration commands
Display redundancy group parameters
Configure role parameters
Real Time Locating System commands
Current Operating configuration
Securitymgr parameters
Display current active open
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display spanning tree information
Contents of startup configuration
static channel group membership
Display terminal configuration
Display timezone
Display traffic shaping
Display last image upgrade status
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users
Display information about currently
logged in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
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Crypto-group Instance
The (config-crypto-group) instance configures the default group properties of the
ISAKMP client.
To navigate to this instance, use the command:
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp client configuration group
default
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#
7.1 Crypto Group Config Commands
Table 7.1 summarizes the switch config-crypto-group commands
Table 7.1 Crypto Group Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 7-3
dns
Defines a primary and secondary Domain Name Server
(DNS)
page 7-4
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 7-5
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 7-6
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 7-7
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the
instance configuration
page 7-8
service
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Table 7.1 Crypto Group Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
show
Shows running system information
page 7-9
wins
Defines a Windows Name Server (WINS)
page 7-12
Crypto-group Instance
7.1.1 clrscr
Crypto Group Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#clr
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#
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7.1.2 dns
Crypto Group Config Commands
Specifies the DNS server address(es) to assign to a client
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
dns <IP>
<IP >
The first DNS server address to assign
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#dns-server 172.1.17.1
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#
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7.1.3 end
Crypto Group Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and changes to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#end
RFSwitch#
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7.1.4 exit
Crypto Group Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
Crypto-group Instance
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7.1.5 help
Crypto Group Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#
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7.1.6 service
Crypto Group Config Commands
Invokes service commands used troubleshoot or debug (config-crypto-isakmp)
instance configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
cli
Displays the CLI tree of current mode
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#service show cli
Crypto Client Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-dns
+-A.B.C.D [dns A.B.C.D]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-help [help]
+-quit [quit]
+-s
+-commands [show commands]
+-WORD [show commands WORD]
+-running-config [show running-config]
+-full [show running-config full]
+-include-factory [show running-config include-factory]
...............................................
...............................................
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#
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7.1.7 show
Crypto Group Config Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
NOTE: For more details on the show command see show on page 2-37
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays all the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
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clock
commands
crypto
debugging
dhcp
environment
file
firewall
ftp
history
interfaces
ip
ldap
licenses
logging
buffer
mac
mac-address-table
mac-name
management
mobility
ntp
password-encryption
port-channel
privilege
radius
redundancy
role
rtls
running-config
securitymgr
sessions
connections
smtp-notification
snmp
snmp-server
spanning-tree
startup-config
static-channel-group
terminal
parameters
timezone
traffic-shape
upgrade-status
Display system clock
Show command lists
encryption module
Debugging information outputs
DHCP Server Configuration
show environmental information
Display filesystem information
Wireless firewall
Display FTP Server configuration
Display the session command history
Interface status
Internet Protocol (IP)
LDAP server
Show any installed licenses
Show logging configuration and
Internet Protocol (IP)
Display MAC address table
Displays the configured MAC Names
Display L3 Managment Interface name
Display Mobility parameters
Network time protocol
password encryption
Portchannel commands
Show current privilege level
RADIUS configuration commands
Display redundancy group parameters
Configures role parameters
Real Time Locating System commands
Current Operating configuration
Securitymgr parameters
Display current active open
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display spanning tree information
Contents of startup configuration
static channel group membership
Display terminal configuration
Display timezone
Display traffic shaping
Display last image upgrade status
Crypto-group Instance
users
logged in users
version
wireless
wlan-acl
7-11
Display information about currently
Display software & hardware version
Wireless configuration commands
wlan based acl
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7.1.8 wins
Crypto Group Config Commands
Specifies the Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) servers to assign to a client
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
wins <IP>
Parameters
<IP >
The first WINS server address to assign
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#wins 128.2.11.1
RFSwitch(config-crypto-group)#
Crypto-peer Instance
The (config-crypto-peer) instance to configure ISAKMP peers. To enter this
instance, use the command:
RFSwitch(config)#crypto isakmp peer [address|dn|hostname]
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#
8.1 Crypto Peer Config Commands
Table 8.1 summarizes the config-crypto-peer commands
Table 8.1 Crypto Peer Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 8-3
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 8-4
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 8-5
help
Displays the system’s interactive help system
page 8-6
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 8-7
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the
(config-crypto-peer) instance configuration
page 8-8
set
Sets configuration parameters
page 8-9
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Table 8.1 Crypto Peer Command Summary (Continued)
Command
show
Description
Displays running system
Ref.
page 810
Crypto-peer Instance
8.1.1 clrscr
Crypto Peer Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)
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8.1.2 end
Crypto Peer Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#end
RFSwitch#
Crypto-peer Instance
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8.1.3 exit
Crypto Peer Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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8.1.4 help
Crypto Peer Config Commands
Accesses the system’s interactive help system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#
Crypto-peer Instance
8.1.5 no
Crypto Peer Config Commands
Negates a command or sets it’s defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no set aggressive-mode password
Parameters
See set command for parameters details
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#no set aggrerssive-mode
password
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#
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8.1.6 service
Crypto Peer Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the (config-crypto-peer)
instance configuration.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
cli
Displays the CLI tree of current mode
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#service show cli
Crypto Peer Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-help [help]
+-no
+-set
+-aggressive-mode
+-password [no set aggressive-mode password]
+-quit [quit]
+-s
+-commands [show commands]
+-WORD [show commands WORD]
+-running-config [show running-config]
+-full [show running-config full]
+-include-factory [show running-config include-factory]
....................................
....................................
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#
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8.1.7 set
Crypto Peer Config Commands
Configures the aggressive-mode of config-crypto-peer
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
set aggerssive-mode password [0 <password>|2 <password>|
<password>]
Parameters
aggressive-mode
password [0
<password>|2
<password>|<password>
Defines aggressive mode attributes
• password – Specifies a tunnel-password attribute
• 0 <password>– Password <password> is specified
unencrypted.
• 2 <password> – Password <password> is specified
encrypted with the password-encryption secret
• <password> – The password of minimum size of 8
characters.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#set aggressive-mode password
CheckMeIn
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#
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8.1.8 show
Crypto Peer Config Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
NOTE: For more details on the show command see show on page 2-37
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays all the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
Crypto-peer Instance
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clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
role
Configure role parameters
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
smtp-notifications
Display SNMP engine parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged in users
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version
wireless
wlan-acl
Display software & hardware version
Wireless configuration commands
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#show
Crypto-ipsec Instance
Use the (config-crypto-ipsec) instance to define the transform configuration for
securing data (esp-3des, esp-sha-hmac etc.).
To navigate to this instance, use the command
RFSwitch(config)#crypto ipsec transform-set
<transform-set-name> <encryption-type> <auth-type>
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#
The transform set is assigned to a crypto map using the map’s transform-set command. For
more details, see crypto-map transform set on page 10-12.
9.1 Crypto IPSec Config Commands
The table below summarizes the config-crypto-ipsec commands:
Table 9.1 Crypto IPsec Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
show
Displays running system information
page 9-8
mode
Configures the IP Sec transportation mode
page 9-6
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 2-2
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 9-3
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 9-4
help
Describes the interactive help system
page 9-5
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Table 9.1 Crypto IPsec Command Summary (Continued)
Command
Description
Ref.
no
Negates a command or set its defaults
page 9-7
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
(config-crypto-isakmp) instance configurations
page 9-10
Crypto-ipsec Instance
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9.1.1 end
Crypto IPSec Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#end
RFSwitch#
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9.1.2 exit
Crypto IPSec Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
Crypto-ipsec Instance
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9.1.3 help
Crypto IPSec Config Commands
Accesses the system’s interactive help system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#
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9.1.4 mode
Crypto IPSec Config Commands
Configures the IPSec mode of operation
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mode [transport|tunnel]
Parameters
transport
Transport mode
tunnel
Tunnel mode
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#mode transport
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#
Crypto-ipsec Instance
9.1.5 no
Crypto IPSec Config Commands
Negates a command or sets it’s defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no mode
Parameters
mode
Sets default to tunnel mode.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#no mode
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#
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9.1.6 show
Crypto IPSec Config Commands
Use this command to view current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays all the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-ipsec)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
Crypto-ipsec Instance
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environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notifications
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shapping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
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9.1.7 service
Crypto IPSec Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the (config-crypto-peer)
instance configuration
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
cli
Displays the CLI tree of current mode
Example
RFS7000(config-crypto-ipsec)#service show cli
Crypto Ipsec Config mode:
+-help [help]
+-show
+-commands [show commands]
+-WORD [show commands WORD]
+-ip
+-http
+-secure-server [show ip http secure-server]
+-server [show ip http server]
+-access-group
+-WORD [show ip access-group `WORD|ge <1-4>|me1|sa <14>|vlan <1-4094>']
+-ge
+-<1-4> [show ip access-group `WORD|ge <1-4>|me1|sa
<1-4>|vlan <1-4094>']
+-me1 [show ip access-group `WORD|ge <1-4>|me1|sa <14>|vlan <1-4094>']
....................................
....................................
RFSwitch(config-crypto-peer)#
Crypto-map Instance
The (config-crypto-map) commands define a Certificate Authority (CA) trustpoint.
This is a separate instance, but belongs to the crypto pki trustpoint mode under the
config instance.
To navigate to this instance, use the command:
RFSwitch(config)#crypto map <map-name> <sequence>
[ipsec-isakmp|ipsec-manual] {dynamic}
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#
10.1 Crypto Map Config Commands
Table 10.1 summarizes config-crypto-map commands:
Table 10.1 Crypto Map Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 10-3
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 10-4
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode page 10-5
help
Describes the interactive help system
page 10-6
match
Assigns an IP access-list to a crypto map definition
page 10-7
no
Negates a command or set its defaults
page 10-9
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Table 10.1 Crypto Map Command Summary (Continued)
Command
Description
Ref.
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the
instance configurations
page 10-10
set
Sets values for encryption/decryption parameters
page 10-12
show
Displays the running system information
page 10-16
Crypto-map Instance
10.1.1 clrscr
Crypto Map Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#
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10.1.2 end
Crypto Map Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the to PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#end
RFSwitch#
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10.1.3 exit
Crypto Map Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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10.1.4 help
Crypto Map Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#
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10.1.5 match
Crypto Map Config Commands
Use this command to assign an IP access-list to a crypto map definition. The access-list
designates the IP packets to be encrypted by this crypto map.
A crypto map entry is a single policy that describes how certain traffic is secured. There
are two types of crypto map entries: ipsec-manual and ipsec-ike entries. Each entry is
given an index (used to sort the ordered list).
When a non-secured packet arrives on an interface, the crypto map set associated with
that interface is processed (in order). If a crypto map entry matches the non-secured traffic,
the traffic is discarded.
When a packet is transmitted on an interface, the crypto map set associated with that
interface is processed. The first crypto map entry that matches the packet is used to secure
the packet. If a suitable SA exists, it is used for transmission. Otherwise, IKE is used to
establish an SA with the peer. If no SA exists (and the crypto map entry is “respond only”),
the packet is discarded.
When a secured packet arrives on an interface, its SPI is used to look up a SA. If a SA does
not exist (or if the packet fails any of the security checks), it is discarded. If all checks pass,
the packet is forwarded normally.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
match address <acl-id>
Parameters
address
Match the address of packets to encrypt
<acl-id>
Enter the name of the access list or ACL ID to assign to this
crypto map
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Usage Guidelines
Crypto map entries do not directly contain the selectors used to determine which data to
secure. Instead, the crypto map entry refers to an access control list. An access control list
(ACL) is assigned to the crypto map using the match address command. If no ACL is
configured for a crypto map, the entry is incomplete and will have no effect on the system.
The entries of the ACL used in a crypto map should be created with respect to traffic sent
by the OS. The source information must be the local OS, and the destination must be the
peer.
Only extended access-lists can be used in crypto maps.
Example
The following entails setting up an ACL (called TestList) and assigning the new list to a
crypto map (called TestMap):
RFSwitch(config)#ip access-list extended TestList
Configuring New Extended ACL "TestList"
(config-ext-nacl)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#crypto map TestMap 220 isakmp dynamic
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#match address TestMap
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#
Crypto-map Instance
10.1.6 no
Crypto Map Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [match|set]
Parameters
Use the commands configured under this instance.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#no match address <WORD>
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#
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10.1.7 service
Crypto Map Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the (config-crypto-peer)
instance configuration
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
cli
Displays the CLI tree of the current mode
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#service show cli
Crypto Map Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-help [help]
+-match
+-address
+-WORD [match address WORD]
+-no
+-match
+-address
+-WORD [no match address WORD]
+-set
+-localid [no set localid]
+-mode [no set mode]
+-peer
+-A.B.C.D [no set peer (A.B.C.D |WORD)]
+-WORD [no set peer (A.B.C.D |WORD)]
+-pfs [no set pfs]
+-remote-type [no set remote-type]
+-security-association
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+-level
+-perhost [no set security-association level
perhost]
+-lifetime [no set security-association lifetime]
+-session-key
+-inbound
+-ah [no set session-key ( inbound | outbound ) ah]
+-esp [no set session-key ( inbound | outbound )
esp]
............................................................
............................................................
............................................................
.....................
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10.1.8 set
Crypto Map Config Commands
Configures set parameters for the peer device
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
set [localid|mode|peer|pfs|remote-type {ipsec-l2tp|xauth}|
security-association|session-key|transform-set)
set localid [dn|hostname]<name>
set pfs [1|2|5]
set mode [aggressive|main]
set security-association [level|lifetime]
set security-association level perhost
set security-association lifetime [kilobytes|seconds]<value>
set session-key [inbound|outbound]{ah|esp}
set session-key [inbound|outbound] ah <hexkey data>
set session-key [inbound|outbound] esp <SPI>cipher<hexdata
key> authenticator <hexkey data>
set peer [ipaddress|<host name>]
set remote-type [ipsec-l2tp|xauth]
set transform-set <name>
Parameters
localid [dn|hostname]
<name>
Sets the local identity
• dn <name> – Defines the distinguished dn name
• hostname <name> – Sets the hostname
• <name> – The distinguished name or hostname
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mode [aggressive|main]
Sets the mode of the tunnels for this Crypto Map
• aggressive – Initiates aggressive mode
• main – Initiates main mode
peer [ipaddress|
<host name>]
Sets the IP address of the peer device. This can be set for
multiple remote peers. The remote peer can be either an IP
address.
Note: In manual mode, only one remote peer can be added
for a crypto map
• IP address – Enter the IP address of the peer device. If
not configured, it implies responder only to any peer
• <host name> – Displays host name of the peer
pfs [1|2|5]
Use the set pfs command to choose the type of perfect
forward secrecy (if any) required during IPSec negotiation of
SAs for this crypto map. Use the no form of this command
to require no PFS.
• group 1 – IPSec is required to use the Diffie-Hellman
Group 1 (768-bit modulus) exchange during IPSec SA key
generation
• group 2 – IPSec is required to use the Diffie-Hellman
Group 2 (1024-bit modulus) exchange during IPSec SA
key generation
• group 5 – IPSec is required to use Diffie-Hellman Group 5
remote-type [ipsec-l2tp|
xauth]
Sets the remote VPN client type
• ipsec-l2tp – Specify the remote VPN client as using
IPSEC/L2TP
• xauth – Specify the remote VPN client as using XAUTH
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security-association
[level perhost|lifetime
{kilobyte|seconds}]
Defines the lifetime (in kilobytes and/or seconds) of the
IPSec SAs created by this crypto map
• level perhost – Specifies the security association
granularity level for identities
• lifetime [kilobyte|seconds] – Security an association
lifetime
session-key
[inbound|outbound]
{ah|esp}
<256-4294967295>
cipher
Use the set session-key command to define the encryption
and authentication keys for this crypto map
• inbound [ah|esp] – Defines encryption keys for inbound
traffic
• outbound [ah|esp] – Defines encryption keys for
outbound traffic
Note: For information on how to create a key for
authentication and encryption, refer Usage Guideline in
Global Configuration Commands under crypto on page 5-22.
• ah <256-4294967295> – Authentication header protocol
• <256-4294967295> – Security Parameter Index (SPI)
for the security association
• esp <256-4294967295>– Encapsulating security payload
protocol
• <256-4294967295> cipher – Defines the security
parameter index
• cipher – Specify encryption/decryption key
Note: authenticator <hex key data> – Specify an
authentication key
transformset <name>
Use the set transform-set command to assign a transformset to a crypto map
Usage Guidelines
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set peer name
If no peer IP address is configured, the manual crypto map is not valid and not complete.
A peer IP address is required for manual crypto maps. To change the peer IP address, the
no set peer command must be issued first; then the new peer IP address can be configured.
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RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set pfs
If left at the default setting, no perfect forward secrecy (PFS) is used during IPSec SA key
generation. If PFS is specified, the specified Diffie-Hellman Group exchange is used for the
initial (and all subsequent) key generations. This means no data linkage between prior
keys and future keys.
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set security-association lifetime
(kilobytes|seconds)
Values can be entered in both kilobytes and seconds. Whichever limit is reached first, ends
the security association.
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set session-key [inbound|outbound]{ah|esp}
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set session-key [inbound|outbound] ah
<hexkey data>
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set session-key [inbound|outbound] esp
<SPI> cipher <hexdata key> authenticator <hexkey data>
The inbound local SPI (security parameter index) must equal the outbound remote SPI. The
outbound local SPI must equal the inbound remote SPI. The key values are the
hexadecimal representations of the keys.
They are not true ASCII strings. Therefore, a key of 3031323334353637 represents
“01234567”.
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set transformset name
Crypto map entries do not directly contain the transform configuration for securing data.
Instead, the crypto map is associated with transform sets which contain specific security
algorithms.
If a transform-set is not configured for a crypto map, the entry is incomplete and has no
effect. For manual key crypto maps, only one transform set can be specified.
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#set localid hostname TestMapHost
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#
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10.1.9 show
Crypto Map Config Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000:
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays all the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
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environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notification
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
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Crypto-trustpoint Instance
The (config-crypto-trustpoint)commands define a Certificate Authority (CA)
trustpoint. This is a separate instance, but belongs to the crypto pki trustpoint
mode under the config instance.
To navigate to this instance, use the command
RFSwitch(config)#crypto pki trustpoint <trustpoint-name>
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
11.1 Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Table 11.1 summarizes config-crypto-trustpoint commands:
Table 11.1 Trustpoint (PKI) Config Command Summary
Command
clrscr
Description
Ref.
Clears the display screen
page 11-3
company-name Defines a company name for the trustpoint
page 11-4
email
Sets an e-mail ID for the trustpoint
page 11-5
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 11-6
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode page 11-7
fqdn
Sets the domain name of the trustpoint
page 11-8
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 11-9
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Table 11.1 Trustpoint (PKI) Config Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
ip-address
Sets an IP address for the trustpoint
page 11-10
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 11-11
password
Sets the challenge password (applicable only for
requests), to access the trustpoint
page 11-12
rsakeypair
Defines a RSA Keypair to associate with the trustpoint
page 11-13
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
the crypto pki trustpoint instance configuration
page 11-14
show
Displays running system information
page 11-15
subject-name
The subject name is a collection of required
parameters to configure a trustpoint
page 11-17
Crypto-trustpoint Instance
11.1.1 clrscr
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
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11.1.2 company-name
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Sets the company name (Applicable only for request)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
company-name <company-name>
Parameters
<company-name>
Company name (2 to 64 characters)
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#company-name RetailKing
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
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11.1.3 email
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Sets the e-mail ID for the trustpoint
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
email <email>
Parameters
<email>
Sets email address (2 to 64 characters) for the trustpoint
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#email abcTestemailID@symbol.com
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
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11.1.4 end
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#end
RFSwitch#
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11.1.5 exit
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to previous the mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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11.1.6 fqdn
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Configures the domain name of the trustpoint (FQDN stands for Fully Qualified Domain
Name)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
fqdn <domain-name>
Parameters
<domain-name>
The fully qualified domain name (between 9 and 64
characters long)
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#fqdn RetailKing.com
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
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11.1.7 help
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Displays the systems interactive help system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
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11.1.8 ip-address
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Sets an IP address for the trustpoint
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ip-address <IP>
Parameters
<IP>
Enter the IP address for the trustpoint
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#ip-address 157.200.200.02
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
Crypto-trustpoint Instance
11.1.9 no
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [company-name|email|fqdn|ip-address|subject-name]
Parameters
None.
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#no ip-address
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
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11.1.10 password
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Sets the challenge password (applicable only for requests) to access the trustpoint
Syntax
password [0<password>|2<password>|<password>]
Parameters
0 <password>
Password <password> is specified as unencrypted, the
password should be between 4 to 20 characters
2 <password>
Password <password> is encrypted with passwordencryption secret, the string length of encrypted password
should be between 44 - 64 characters
<password>
Sets the password to <password> (4 to 20 characters)
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#password 0 TestPassword
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
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11.1.11 rsakeypair
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Configures a RSA Keypair to associate with the trustpoint
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
rsakeypair <keypair-name>
Parameters
<keypair-name>
RSA Keypair Identifier
Usage Guidelines
The RSA key pair configures the switch to have Rivest, Shamir, and Adelman (RSA) key
pairs. Thus, the switch software can maintain a different key pair for each identity
certificate.
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#rsakeypair were
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
The rsakeypair name “were” in this example is an existing keypair value.
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11.1.12 service
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the crypto pki trustpoint
instance configuration
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#service show cli
Trustpoint Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-company-name
+-WORD [company-name WORD]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-email
+-WORD [email WORD]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-fqdn
+-WORD [fqdn WORD]
+-help [help]
+-ip-address
+-A.B.C.D [ip-address A.B.C.D]
+-no
+-company-name [no company-name]
+-email [no email]
+-fqdn [no fqdn]
+-ip-address [no ip-address]
+-subject-name [no subject-name]
............................................................
............................................................
............................................................
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
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11.1.13 show
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000:
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays all the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
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environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notification
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
timezone
Display timezone
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-crypto-map)#show
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11.1.14 subject-name
Trustpoint (PKI) Config Commands
Creates a subject name to configure a trustpoint (the subject name is a collection of
required parameters to configure a trustpoint)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
subject-name <name> <country> <state> <city> <org>
<org-unit>
Parameters
<name>
Name of this set of parameters for configuring trust points
<country>
The 2 character ISO country code
<state>
The state in the country (2 to 128 characters)
<city>
The city name (2 to 128 characters)
<org>
The organization name (2 to 128 characters)
<org-unit>
The name of the unit in the organization (2 to 128
characters)
Example
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#subject-name TestPool ?
WORD Country ( 2 character ISO Code )
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#subject-name TestPool US ?
WORD State( 2 to 128 characters )
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#subject-name TestPool US OH ?
WORD City( 2 to 128 characters )
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#subject-name TestPool US OH PB ?
WORD Organization( 2 to 64 characters )
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RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#subject-name TestPool US OH PB
SYMBOL ?
WORD Organization Unit( 2 to 64 characters )
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#subject-name TestPool US OH PB
SYMBOL WID ?
<cr>
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#subject-name TestPool US OH PB
SYMBOL WID
RFSwitch(config-trustpoint)#
Interface Instance
Use the (config-if) instance to configure the interfaces – Ethernet, VLAN and tunnel
associated with the switch.
To switch to this mode, use the command:
RFSwitch(config)#interface [<interface-name>|ge <1-4>|me1|
sa <1-4>|vlan <1-4094>
RFSwitch(config-if)#
12.1 Interface Config Commands
Table 12.1 summarizes the (config-if) commands:
Table 12.1 Interface Config Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 12-3
crypto
Defines the encryption module
page 12-4
description
Creates an interface specific description
page 12-5
duplex
Sets the duplex mode used by the interface
page 12-6
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 12-7
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode page 12-8
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 12-9
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Table 12.1 Interface Config Command Summary (Continued)
Command
Description
Ref.
ip
Sets the IP address for the assigned ethernet, VLAN or
tunnel
page 12-10
mac
Applies a MAC access list to a gigabit ethernet
interface
page 12-13
management
Sets the selected interface as the management
interface
page 12-14
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 12-15
port-channel
Configures the load-balancing criteria of an aggregated
port
page 12-16
power
PoE (Power Over Ethernet) commands used to configure
PoE power limit and priority for a port
page 12-19
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
the (config-if) instance configurations
page 12-21
show
Displays running system information
page 12-22
shutdown
Shuts down a selected interface
page 12-24
spanning-tree Disables the selected interface. The interface is
administratively enabled unless explicitly disabled
using this command
page 12-25
speed
Specifies the speed of a fast-ethernet (10/100) or a
gigabit ethernet port (10/100/1000)
page 12-28
staticchannelgroup
Configures static channel commands
page 12-29
storm-control
Sets broadcast rate-limit value
page 12-32
switchport
Sets switching mode characteristics
page 12-30
Interface Instance
12.1.1 clrscr
Interface Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.2 crypto
Interface Config Commands
Sets the encryption module to use for this interface
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
crypto map <map-tag>
Parameters
map <map-tag>
Assigns a Crypto Map
• <map-tag> – Crypto Map tag
Usage Guidelines
At any given instance you can add one crypto mapset to an single interface. The switch
does not allow the same cryptomap set to be attached to multiple interfaces.
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12.1.3 description
Interface Config Commands
Creates an interface specific description
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
description <description>
Parameters
<description>
Defines the characters describing this interface
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#description "interface for RetailKing"
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.4 duplex
Interface Config Commands
Specifies the duplex mode for the interface
NOTE:
• Duplexity can only be set for an Ethernet Interface. Enter the
(config-if) instance using the eth parameter of the interface
mode
• The duplex cannot be set until the speed is set to a non-auto value
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
duplex [auto|full|half]
Parameters
auto
Sets the ports duplexity automatically. The port
automatically detects whether it should run in full or
half-duplex mode
full
Sets the port in full-duplex mode
half
Sets the port in half-duplex mode
Usage Guidelines
The duplex defines the communication used by the port. The switch (by default) is set in
the auto duplex mode. In auto mode, the duplex is selected based on connected network
hardware.
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12.1.5 end
Interface Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#end
RFSwitch#
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12.1.6 exit
Interface Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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12.1.7 help
Interface Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.8 ip
Interface Config Commands
Sets the IP address for the assigned Gigabit Ethernet interface (GE), Fast Ethernet
interface (ME), LAN interface (UP), Ethernet interface (ETH), Static Aggregate interface
(SA) or VLAN Interface
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ip [access-group|address|arp|dhcp|helper-address|nat]
ip access-group [<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>|WORD in]
ip arp [rate-limit|trust]
ip dhcp trust
ip address [<IP/Mask> {secondary}|dhcp]
ip helper-address <IP> [<interface>|ge <1-4>|me1|
sa <1-4>|vlan <1-4094>]
ip nat [inside|outside]
Parameters
access-group
[<1-99>|
<100-199>|
<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>]
Defines the access group
• <1-99> – Sets the IP standard access list
• <100-199> – Sets the IP extended access list
• <1300-1999> – Sets the IP standard access list
(expanded range)
• <2000-2699> – Sets the IP extended access list
(expanded range)
• WORD in – Defines the access list name
• in – Sets incoming packets
Interface Instance
ip address [ <IP Mask>
{secondary}|dhcp]
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Sets a static IP address and network mask for a Layer 3
SVI (Switch Virtual Interface)
• <IP/ Mask> {secondary} – Sets the IP address
(10.0.0.1/8)
• secondary – Defines an optional secondary IP
address
• dhcp – Uses a DHCP Client to obtain an IP address for
the interface (this enables DHCP on a Layer 3 SVI)
helper-address <IP>
Forwards DHCP and BOOTP packets
[<interface>|ge <1-4>|me1| • <IP> [<interface>|ge|me1|sa|vlan]– Defines the IP to
sa <1-4>|vlan <1-4094>]
which DHCP and BOOTP packets are forwarded
• <interface> – Interface name
• ge[<1-4>] – Gigabit Ethernet interface index
• sa[<1-4>] – Static Aggregate interface index
• vlan[<1-4094>] – VID
nat [inside|outside]
Sets Network Address Translation (NAT) parameters
• inside – Inside interface
• outside – Outside interface
arp [rate-limit
<1-1000000>|
trust]
Sets arp for the packets
• rate-limit <1-1000000> – Displays the allowed rate in
packets per second
• trust – Displays trust state for arp responses coming in
this interface
dhcp trust
Sets dhcp trust state for dhcp responses coming in this
interface
Usage Guidelines
IPv4 commands are not allowed on a L2 interface. Use the ip access-group command
to attach an access list to an interface. Use the no ip access-group command to remove
the access list from the interface
Use mac access-group to attach a MAC access list to an interface
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Use the {no} ip [options] command to undo IP based interface configurations
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip access-group 110 in
RFSwitch(config-if)#
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip address 192.168.234.1/24
RFSwitch(config-if)#
12.1.8.1 Creating Helper Address using DHCP Server
Follow the steps below to create a helper address on VLAN 2000 for using a DHCP server
on VLAN 1000:
RFSwitch(config)#interface vlan 1000
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip address 172.168.100.1/24
RFSwitch(config-if)#interface vlan 2000
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip address 172.168.200.1/24
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip helper-address 172.168.100.10 vlan
1000
RFSwitch(config-if)#
12.1.8.2 Configuring a Static NAT Source Translation
The example below displays static NAT source translation:
RFSwitch(config)#interface vlan 1000
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip nat inside
RFSwitch(config-if)#interface vlan 2000
RFSwitch(config-if)#ip nat outside
RFSwitch(config)#ip nat inside source static 172.168.200.10
157.235.205.57
RFSwitch(config)#
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12.1.9 mac
Interface Config Commands
Applies a MAC access list (ACL) to Gigabit Ethernet interface
NOTE: The access list cannot be applied on a management interface
(me1).
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mac access-group <acl-name> in
Parameters
access-group <acl-name>
Sets the MAC access groups ACL
• <acl-name> – Sets ACL name
• in – Applies the ACL to ingress packets
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#mac access-group Ark200 in
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.10 management
Interface Config Commands
Sets the selected interface as management interface. It can only be used on a VLANx
interface. The TFTP/FTP server providing the switch its config file at startup must be
accessible via this interface.
VLAN 1 is the default management interface for the switch.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
management
Parameters
None
Usage Guidelines
The management privilege can be set only on a L3 interface. Use this command along with
the (config) management secure in the config mode. This ensure management access
is restricted to the management VLAN only
Refer to management on page 5-67 for management configuration.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#interface vlan 1000
RFSwitch(config-if)#management
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.11 no
Interface Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands are not supported
on RFS6000:
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
SWITCH NOTE: The following command is not supported on
RFS7000:
• power
Syntax
no [crypto|description|duplex|ip|mac|port-channel|
shutdown|spanning-tree|speed|static-channel-group|
storm-control|switchport]
Parameters
The no command negates any command associated with it. Wherever required, use the
same parameters associated with the command getting negated.
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#no duplex
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.12 port-channel
Interface Config Commands
Selects the load-balance criteria of an aggregated port
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
SWITCH NOTE: RFS6000 does not support this command.
Syntax
port-channel load-balance [src-dst-ip|src-dst-mac]
Parameters
load-balance
[src-dst-ip|src-dst-mac]
Sets load-balancing for port channel
• src-dst-ip – Defines the Source and Destination IP
address based on the current load balancing
• src-dst-mac – Sets the Source and Destination MAC
address based on the load balancing
Usage Guidelines
Use this command to configure and set load balance on the aggregated port using
(config-if) static-channel-group.
Example
The following example creates a channel group 1, with interface ge1 and ge 2:
RFSwitch(config)#interface ge1
RFSwitch(config-if)#static-channel-group 1
RFSwitch(config)#interface ge2
RFSwitch(config-if)#static-channel-group 1
The following example defines the load balance based on the IP or MAC address:
RFSwitch(config)#interface sa1
RFSwitch(config-if)#port-channel load-balance src--dst-ip
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.12.1 Configuring a Port Aggregation
Use static-channel-group and port-channel for configuring port aggregation. Follow
the steps below to configure port aggregation:
1. Create a static channel group for port aggregation and associate an interface with it.
RFSwitch(config)#interface ge 1
RFSwitch(config-if)#static-channel-group 1
2. Execute show static-channel-group and ensure the virtual static aggregation
sa 1 has been created and associated with ge 1.
3. Select the other interface required for port aggregation and associate the static
channel group to it.
RFSwitch(config)#interface ge 2
RFSwitch(config-if)#static-channel-group 1
4. Execute show static-channel-group and ensure the virtual static aggregation
sa 1 has been created and associated with ge 2.
Both ge 1 and ge 2 are now aggregated and ready for use.
5. Use the port-channel command to select the criteria used to determine which link is
selected for a given packet. The port-channel selection is based on either sourcedestination IP or source destination MAC
RFS7000(config-if)#port-channel load-balance src-dst-ip
RFS7000(config-if)#
The default port-channel criteria is based on source-destination IP. The port channel
(when configured with src-dst-ip) does not show up in the running-config. Hence,
this mode is preferred over src-dst-mac.
NOTE: When a port (GE) is aggregated into a Static Aggregation (SA),
it temporarily takes on the port configuration of the SA.
For example, If GE 1 (previously configured as trunk vlan 1-10) and GE 2
(previously configured as trunk vlan 11-20) are now aggregated as SA 1
and SA 1 is configured as trunk vlan 100-200, then SA 1’s configuration
applies to both GE 1 and GE 2. This new configuration like VLAN, speed,
duplex, MST is now applicable on the ports as long as they are part of
the SA. The ports revert back to the original configuration once they are
removed from the SA.
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How src-dst-mac mode works
When the switch sends a packet out of a SA, it selects the egress port as a function of the
packet's source MAC, destination MAC, and the set of ports in the SA which are running.
It XORs the bottom bits of the two MACs and indexes it into a table of the running ports.
How src-dst-ip mode works
When the switch sends an IP packet, the egress port is chosen as a function of the packet's
source IP, destination IP and the set of running ports. It XORs the bottom byte of the two
IP addresses and indexes then into the same table of running ports that src-dst-mac
mode uses.
If the packet is NOT an IP packet, it uses the same calculation as src-dst-mac mode.
Why is src-dst-ip mode preferred
src-dst-ip mode distributes packets better when most packets, going through the gateway,
are IP packets. In the presence of an IP gateway, the IP packets forwarded from one MU
to hosts that is beyond the gateway all have the same MAC pair <MU MAC, Gateway
MAC> no matter what host the MU is accessing.
But in src-dst-mac balancing, the same link is selected always.
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12.1.13 power
Interface Config Commands
Invokes PoE commands to configure PoE power limit and priority for a port. By default the
value for a GE port is set to low. Power is applied in order of priority, power overlaods are
removed in reverse order of priority.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: This command is not supported with:
• RFS7000
Syntax
power [limit <0-30>|priority {critical|high|low}]
Parameters
limit <0-30>
Sets the power limit on the given port to the stated power
in Watts. Select the power limit value between 0-30
(Watts). It actually limits to 29.7W
priority [critical|high|low]
Sets PoE priority for port
• critical – Sets the PoE priority as critical priority
• high – Sets the PoE priority as high priority
• low – Sets the PoE priority as low priority
Usage Guidelines
Use [no] power to rollback the PoE configurations and set back the default configuration
Example
RFSwitch(config)#interface ge1
RFSwitch(config-if)#no power
RFSwitch(config-if)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#interface ge2
RFSwitch(config-if)#power limit 14
RFSwitch(config-if)#exit
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RFSwitch(config)#interface ge3
RFSwitch(config-if)#power priority critical
RFSwitch(config-if)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#show power configuration
Power usage trap at 80% of max power (148 of 185 Watts)
port Priority
Power limit Enabled
ge1 high
29.7W
no
ge2 high
14.0W
yes
ge3 crit
29.7W
yes
ge4 high
29.7W
yes
ge5 high
29.7W
yes
ge6 high
29.7W
yes
ge7 high
29.7W
yes
ge8 high
29.7W
yes
POE firmware version 01f6 build 4
RFSwitch(config)#
Interface Instance
12.1.14 service
Interface Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the (config-if) instance
configuration.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
cli
Displays the CLI tree of the current mode
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#service show cli
Interface Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-crypto
+-map
+-WORD [crypto map WORD]
+-description
+-LINE [description LINE]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-duplex
+-auto [duplex (half|full|auto)]
+-full [duplex (half|full|auto)]
+-half [duplex (half|full|auto)]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-help [help]
+-ip
+-access-group
+-<1-99>
+-in [ip access-group (<1-99>|<100-199>|<13001999>|<2000-2699>|WORD) (in)]
+-<100-199>
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.15 show
Interface Config Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000:
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <parameter>
Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
Interface Instance
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environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
smtp-notification
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-if)#show
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12.1.16 shutdown
Interface Config Commands
Disables the selected interface, the interface is administratively enabled unless explicitly
disabled using this command
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
shutdown
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#shutdown
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.17 spanning-tree
Interface Config Commands
Configures spanning tree parameters
Displays current system information running on the switch.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
spanning-tree [bpdufilter|bpduguard|edgeport|force-version|
guard|link-type|mst|portfast]
spanning-tree bpdufilter [enable|disable]
spanning-tree bpduguard [enable|disable]
spanning-tree [edgeport|portfast]
spanning-tree force-version <1-3>
spanning-tree guard root
spanning-tree link-type [point-to-point|shared]
spanning-tree mst [<1-15|port-cisco]
spanning-tree mst 1 [cost <>|port-priority <>]
spanning-tree mst port-cisco [enable|disable]
Parameters
bpdufilter [disable|enable]
Use this command to set a portfast BPDU filter for the
port. Use the no parameter with this command to revert
the port BPDU filter to default. The spanning tree protocol
sends BPDUs from all ports. Enabling the BPDU filter
ensures PortFastenabled ports do not transmit or receive
BPDUs.
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bpduguard [disable|enable] Use this command to enable or disable the BPDU guard
feature on a port.
Use the no parameter with this command to set the BPDU
guard feature to default values.
When the BPDU guard is set for a bridge, all portfastenabled ports that have the BPDU-guard set to default
shut down the port upon receiving a BPDU. If this occurs,
the BPDU is not processed. The port can be brought back
either manually (using the no shutdown command), or
by configuring the errdisable-timeout to enable the port
after the specified interval.
edgeport
Enables an interface as an edgeport
force-version <0-3>
Specifies the spanning-tree force version. A version
identifier of less than 2 enforces the spanning tree
protocol. Select from the following versions:
• 0 – STP
• 1 – Not supported
• 2 – RSTP
• 3 – MSTP
The default value for forcing the version is MSTP
guard root
Enables the Root Guard feature for the port. The root
guard disables the reception of superior BPDUs.
The Root Guard ensures the enabled port is a designated
port. If the Root Guard enabled port receives a superior
BPDU, it moves to a discarding state.
Use the no parameter with this command to disable the
root guard feature.
link-type
[point-to-point|shared]
Enables or disables point-to-point or shared link types
• point-to-point – Enables rapid transition
• shared – Disables rapid transition
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mst [<0-15>
[cost <1-200000000>|
port-priority <0-240>]|
port-cisco-interoperability
[disable|enable]]
Configures MST values on a spanning tree
• <0-15> [cost <1-200000000>|port-priority <0-240>] –
Defines the Instance ID
• cost <1-200000000> – Defines the path cost for a
port
• port-priority <0-240> – Defines the port priority for a
bridge
• port-cisco-interoperability [disable|enable] – Enables
or disables interoperability with Cisco's version of
MSTP (which is incompatible with standard MSTP).
• enable – Enables CISCO Interoperability
• disable – Disables CISCO Interoperability - The
default value is disabled
portfast
Enables rapid transitions
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#spanning-tree edgeport
RFSwitch(config-if)#
RFSwitch(config-if)#spanning-tree guard root
RFSwitch(config-if)#
RFSwitch(config-if)#spanning-tree link-type point-to-point
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.18 speed
Interface Config Commands
Specifies the speed of a fast-ethernet (10/100) or a gigabit-ethernet port (10/100/1000)
Displays current system information running on the switch.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
speed [10|100|1000|auto]
Parameters]
10
Forces 10 Mbps operation
100
Forces 100 Mbps operation
1000
Forces 1000 Mbps operation
auto
Port automatically detects the speed it should run based on
the port at the other end of the link.Autonegotiation is a
requirement for using 1000BASE-T[3] according to the
standard.
Usage Guidelines
Set the interface speed to auto to detect and use the fastest speed available. Speed
detection is based on connected network hardware.
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#speed auto
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.19 static-channel-group
Interface Config Commands
Adds an interface to a static channel group
Displays current system information running on the switch.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
SWITCH NOTE: RFS6000 does not support this command
Syntax
static-channel-group <1-4>
Parameters
<1-4>
Sets a static channel group to associate the link with
Usage Guidelines
This command aggregates individual giga ports into a single aggregate link to provide
greater bandwidth. The static channel group is used to provide additional bandwidth in
multiples of 1Gbps on the switch. All MAC layer and higher protocols see only the static
channel group (aggregate link) rather than the individual ports that comprise it.
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#static-channel-group 2
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.20 switchport
Interface Config Commands
Sets switching mode characteristics for the selected interface.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
switchport
switchport
switchport
switchport
switchport
switchport
[access|mode|trunk]
access vlan <1-4094>
mode [access|trunk]
trunk [allowed|native]
trunk allowed vlan [add|none|remove] <vlan-id>
trunk native [tagged|vlan<1-4094>]
Parameters
access vlan <1-4094>
Configures the access vlan of an access-mode port
• vlan <1-4094> – Sets the vlan when interface is in
access mode
mode [access|trunk]
Sets the mode of the interface to access or trunk mode (can
only be used on physical (layer2) interfaces)
• access – If access mode is selected, the access vlan
is automatically set to vlan1. In this mode, only untagged
packets in the access vlan (vlan1) are accepted on this
port. All tagged packets are discarded.
• trunk – If trunk mode is selected, tagged vlan packets
VLANs are accepted. The native vlan is automatically set
to VLAN1. Untagged packets are placed in the native
vlan by the switch. Outgoing packets in the native vlan
are sent untagged.trunk is the default mode for both
ports
Interface Instance
trunk [allowed |native]
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Sets the trunking mode characteristics
• allowed vlan – Configures trunk characteristics when the
port is in trunk-mode
• vlan [add|none|remove] – Sets allowed vlans
• none – Allows no vlans to Xmit/Rx through the
Layer2 interface
• add – Adds vlans to the current list
• remove – Removes vlans from the current list
• <vlan-id> – vlan-ids added or removed. Can be
either a range of vlans (55-60) or a list of comma
separated vlan-ids (35, 41 etc.)
• native [tagged|vlan <1-4094>] – Configures the native
VLAN ID of the trunk-mode port
• tagged – Tags the native vlan
• vlan <1-4094> – Sets the native VLAN for classifying
untagged traffic when the interface is in trunking
mode
Usage Guidelines
Interfaces ge1-ge4 can be configured as trunk or in access mode. An interface (when
configured as trunk) allows packets (from the given list of vlans) to be added to the trunk.
An interface configured as “access” allows packets only from native vlans
Use the [no] switchport (access|mode|trunk)to undo switchport configurations
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#switchport mode access
RFSwitch(config-if)#
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12.1.21 storm-control
Interface config commands
Sets storm-control for broadcasting
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
storm-control [bcast|mcast|ucast] rate-limit <1-1000000>
Parameters
bcast rate-limit
<1-1000000>
Configures storm-control of broadcast packets.
• rate-limit <1-1000000> – Performs packet rate limiting
• <1-1000000> – Displays allowed rate in packets per
second
mcast rate-limit
<1-1000000>
Configures storm-control of multicast packets.
• rate-limit <1-1000000> – Performs packet rate limiting
• <1-1000000> – Displays allowed rate in packets per
sec ond
ucast rate-limit
<1-1000000>
Configures storm-control of unicast packets
• rate-limit <1-1000000> – Performs packet rate limiting
• <1-1000000> – Displays allowed rate in packets per
sec ond
Example
RFSwitch(config-if)#storm-control bcast ratelimit 88
RFSwitch(config-if)#
RFSwitch(config-if)#storm-control mcast ratelimit 88
RFSwitch(config-if)#
RFSwitch(config-if)#storm-control ucast ratelimit 88
RFSwitch(config-if)#
Spanning tree-mst Instance
Use the (config-mst) instance to configure the switch’s Multi Spanning Tree Protocol
(MSTP) configuration. To switch to this instance, use the command:
RFSwitch(config)#spanning-tree mst configuration
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
13.1 mst Config Commands
Table 13.1 summarizes the (config-mst) commands:
Table 13.1 MSTI configuration commands
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 13-3
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 13-4
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode page 13-5
help
Displays the system’s interactive help system
page 13-6
instance
Assigns a VLAN to the bridge instance
page 13-7
name
Sets a name for the MST region
page 13-8
no
Negates a command or sets defaults
page 13-9
revision
Configures the revision number of the MST bridge
page 13-10
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Command
Description
Ref.
service
Invokes service commands needed to troubleshoot or
debug (config-if) instance configurations
page 13-11
show
Shows running system information
page 13-13
Spanning tree-mst Instance
13.1.1 clrscr
mst Config Commands
Clears the display
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-mst)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
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13.1.2 end
mst Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-mst)#end
RFSwitch#
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13.1.3 exit
mst Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-mst)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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13.1.4 help
mst Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-mst)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
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13.1.5 instance
mst Config Commands
Associates VLAN(s) with an instance
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
instance <1-15> vlan <vlan-id>
Parameters
<1-15>
Defines the instance ID to which the VLAN is associated
vlan <vlan-id>
Sets the VLAN ID for its association with an instance
Usage Guidelines
MSTP works based on instances. An instance is a group of VLANs with a common
spanning tree. A single VLAN cannot be associated with multiple instances.
Switches with the same instance, VLAN mapping, revision number and region names
define a unique region. Switches in the same region exchange bridge protocol data units
(BPDUs) with instance record information within it.
Example
The following example sets an instance named 10 and maps VLAN 20 to it:
RFSwitch(config-mst)#instance 10 vlan 20
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
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13.1.6 name
mst Config Commands
Sets the name for the MST region
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
name <region-name>
Parameters
<region-name>
Sets MST region name
Example
RFSwitch(config-mst)#name MyRegion
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
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13.1.7 no
mst Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [instance|name|revision]
Parameters
instance
Sets the MST Instance
• vlan – Delete the association of vlan with this instance
• <vlan-id> – List of vlan IDs
name
Assigns a name to the MST region
revision
Defines the revision number for configuration information
Usage Guidelines
The no command negates any command associated with it. Wherever required, use the
same parameters associated with the command getting negated.
Example
RFSwitch(config-mst)#no instance 10 vlan 20
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
RFSwitch(config-mst)#no name MyRegion
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
RFSwitch(config-mst)#no revision
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
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13.1.8 revision
mst Config Commands
Sets the revision number of the MST bridge
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
revision <0-255>
Parameters
revision <0-255>
Defines the revision number for configuration information
Example
RFSwitch(config-mst)#revision 20
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
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13.1.9 service
mst Config Commands
Invokes service commands needed to troubleshoot or debug (config-if) instance
configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-mst)#service show cli
MSTI configuration mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-help [help]
+-instance
+-<1-15> [instance <1-15>]
+-vlan
+-VLAN_ID [instance <1-15> vlan VLAN_ID]
+-name
+-LINE [name LINE]
+-no
+-instance
+-<1-15> [no instance <1-15>]
+-vlan
+-VLAN_ID [no instance <1-15> vlan VLAN_ID]
+-name [no name]
+-revision [no revision]
+-quit [quit]
+-revision
+-REVISION_NUM [revision REVISION_NUM]
+-s
+-commands [show commands]
+-WORD [show commands WORD]
+-running-config [show running-config]
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+-full [show running-config full]
+-include-factory [show running-config include-factory]
+-service
+-show
+-cli [service show cli]
+-show
+-access-list [show access-list]
+-<1-99> [show access-list (<1-99>|<100-199>|<13001999>|<2000-2699>|WORD)]
+-<100-199> [show access-list (<1-99>|<100-199>|<13001999>|<2000-2699>|WORD)]
+-<1300-1999> [show access-list (<1-99>|<100-199>|<13001999>|<2000-2699>|WORD)]
+-<2000-2699> [show access-list (<1-99>|<100-199>|<13001999>|<2000-2699>|WORD)]
+-WORD [show access-list (<1-99>|<100-199>|<13001999>|<2000-2699>|WORD)]
+-aclstats
+-vlan
+-<1-4094> [show aclstats ( vlan <1-4094>
)].................
............................................................
.......
............................................................
.......
RFSwitch(config-mst)#
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13.1.10 show
mst Config Commands
Displays current system information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <parameter>
Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-mst)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
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environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
smtp-notification
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-mst)#show
Extended ACL Instance
The Extended ACL instance (config-ext-nacl) is used to manage the extended
Access Control List entries associated with the switch.
To navigate to this instance, use the command
RFSwitch(config)#ip access-list extended [<ACL-name>|
<100-199>|<2000-2699>]
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
14.1 Extended ACL Config Commands
Table 14.1 summarizes config-ext-nacl commands:
Table 14.1 Extended ACL Config Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 14-3
deny
Specifies packets to reject
page 14-4
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous
mode
page 14-11
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 14-12
mark
Specifies packets to mark
page 14-13
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
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Command
Description
Ref.
permit
Specifies packets to forward
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service
Invokes the service commands to troubleshoot or
debug (config-if) instance configurations
page 14-25
show
Displays running system information
page 14-26
Extended ACL Instance
14.1.1 clrscr
Extended ACL Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
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14.1.2 deny
Extended ACL Config Commands
Specifies packets to reject
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
deny [icmp|ip|tcp|upd]
deny icmp [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] [<dest-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>] {<ICMP-type> {<ICMP-code>}} {log}
{rule-precedence <1-5000>}
deny ip [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] [<dest-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>] {log} {rule-precedence <1-5000>}
deny [tcp|udp] [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] {eq
<source-port>|range <starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port>} [<dest-IP/Mask|any|host <IP>]
{eq <source-port>} {range <starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port>} {log} {rule-precedence <1-5000>}
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Parameters
deny ip [<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host
<IP>][<dest-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>]
{log} {rule-precedence <15000>}
Use with a deny command to reject IP packets
• deny – Sets the action type on an ACL
• ip – Specifies an IP (to match to a protocol)
• <source-ip/mask>|any|host <IP> – The keyword <sourceIP> is the source IP address of the network or host in
dotted decimal format. The <Mask> is the network mask.
For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24 bits of the
source IP is used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0 and
source-mask bits equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for the exact source <ip>
(A.B.C.D format) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• <dest-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – Defines the destination
host IP address or destination network address.
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches an ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL.
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deny icmp [<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>]
[<dest-IP/Mask>|any|host
<IP>] {<ICMP-type>
{<ICMP-code>}} {log}
{rule-precedence <15000>}
Use with the deny command to reject ICMP packets
• deny – Rejects ICMP packets
• icmp – Specifies ICMP as the protocol
• [<source-ip/mask>|any|host <IP>] – The source <sourceIP> is the source IP address of the network or host (in
dotted decimal format). The <mask> is the network
mask. For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24
bits of the source IP is used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0 and
source-mask bits equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for exact source (A.B.C.D)
and source-mask bits equal to 32
• [<dest-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] – Defines the
destination host IP address or destination network
address
• <ICMP-type> {<ICMP-code>} – Sets the ICMP type value
<ICMP-type> from 0 to 255, and is valid only for ICMP.
The ICMP code value <ICMP-code> is from 0 to 255, and
is valid only for protocol type icmp.
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches the ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Optional. Defines an integer
value between 1-5000. This value sets the rule
precedence in the ACL.
Extended ACL Instance
deny [tcp|udp] [<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>] {eq
<source-port>|range
<starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port>}
[<dest-IP/Mask|any|host
<IP>]{eq <source-port>}
{range <starting-sourceport> <ending-sourceport>} {log} {ruleprecedence
<1-5000>}
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Use with the deny command to reject TCP or UDP packets
• deny – Rejects TCP or UDP packets
• tcp|udp – Specifies TCP or UDP as the protocol
• <source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – The source is the
source IP address of the network or host (in dotted
decimal format). The source-mask is the network mask.
For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24 bits of
the source IP are used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0,
and the source-mask bits are equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for exact source (A.B.C.D)
and the source-mask bits equal to 32
• eq <source-port> – The source port <source-port> to
match. Values in the range 1 to 65535.
• range <starting-source-port> <ending-source-port> –
Specifies the protocol range (starting and ending
protocol numbers)
• <dest-IP/Mask|any|host <IP> – Defines the destination
host IP address or destination network address
• eq <source-port>} {range <starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port> – Specifies the destination port or
range of ports. Port values are in the range of 1 to 65535.
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches the ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL.
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Usage Guidelines
Use this command to deny traffic between networks/hosts based on the protocol type
selected in the access list configuration. The following protocol types are supported:
• ip
• icmp
• tcp
• udp
The last ACE in the access list is an implicit deny statement.
Whenever the interface receives the packet, its content is checked against the ACEs in the
ACL. It is allowed/denied based on the ACL configuration.
• Filtering TCP/UDP allows the user to specify port numbers as filtering criteria
• Select the ICMP as the protocol to allow/deny ICMP packets. Selecting icmp provides
the option of filtering icmp packets based on icmp type and code
NOTE: The log option is functional only for router ACL’s. The log option
displays an informational logging message about the packet that
matches the entry sent to the console.
14.1.2.1 Example - Denying Traffic Between Two Subnets
The following example denies traffic between two subnets:
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#deny ip 192.168.2.0/24
192.168.1.0/24
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit ip any any
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
14.1.2.2 Example - Denying TCP Based Traffic
The following example denies TCP traffic with a source port range between 20 - 23 (from
the source subnet to destination subnet):
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#deny tcp range 20 23
192.168.1.0/24 192.168.2.0/24
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit ip any any
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
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14.1.2.3 Example - Denying UDP Based Traffic
The following example denies UDP traffic with a source port range between 20 - 23 (from
the source subnet to destination subnet):
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#deny udp range 20 23
192.168.1.0/24 192.168.2.0/24
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit ip any any
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
14.1.2.4 Example - Denying ICMP Based Traffic
The following example denies ICMP traffic from any source to any destination. The
keyword any is used to match:
any source or destination IP address.
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#deny icmp any any
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit ip any any
RFSwitch(config-ext-naclend
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14.1.3 end
Extended ACL Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode
The prompt changes to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#end
RFSwitch#
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14.1.4 exit
Extended ACL Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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14.1.5 help
Extended ACL Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help system
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
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14.1.6 mark
Extended ACL Config Commands
Specifies packets to mark
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mark [8021p|dscp|tos]
mark [8021p <vlan-priority-value>|dscp
<dscp-codepoint-value>|tos <tos-value>] [icmp|ip|tcp|udp]
mark [8021p <vlan-priority-value>|dscp <dscp-codepointvalue>|tos <tos-value>] icmp [<source-ip/mask>|any|host
<ip>] [<dest-ip/mask>|any|host <ip>] {<ICMP-type> {<ICMPcode>}} {log} {rule-precedence <1-5000>]}
mark [8021p <vlan-priority-value>|dscp <dscp-codepointvalue>|tos <tos-value>] ip [<source-ip/mask>|any|host <ip>]
[<dest-ip/mask>|any|host <ip>] {log} {rule-precedence <15000>}
mark [8021p <vlan-priority-value>|dscp <dscp-codepointvalue>|tos <tos-value>] [tcp|udp] [<source-ip/mask>|any|host
<ip>] {eq <source-port>|range <starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port>} [<dest-ip/mask|any|host <ip>] {eq
<source-port>} {range <starting-source-port> <ending-sourceport>} {log} {rule-precedence <1-5000>}
Parameters
8021p <vlan-priorityvalue>
Sets the 802.1p VLAN user priority value to <vlan-priorityvalue> (0-7).
dscp <dscpcodepoint-value>
Sets the Differentiated Services Code Point code-point value
to <dscp-codepoint-value> (0-63)
tos <tos-value>
Sets the TOS value to <tos-value>. The least significant two
bits of the <tos-value> must be 0.
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ip [<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>]
[<dest-IP/Mask>|
any|host <IP>] {log}
{rule-precedence
<1-5000>}
Use with mark command to mark a packet.
• ip – Specifies an IP (to match to a protocol)
• <source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – The keyword <sourceIP> is the source IP address of the network or host in
dotted decimal format. The <mask> is the network mask.
For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24 bits of
the source IP is used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0 and
source-mask bits equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for the exact source <IP>
(A.B.C.D format) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• <dest-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – Defines the destination
host IP address or destination network address.
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches an ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL.
Extended ACL Instance
icmp [<source-IP/
mask>|any|host <IP>]
[<dest-IP/Mask>|any|
host <IP>] {<ICMP-type>
{<ICMP-code>}} {log}
{rule-precedence
<1-5000>]}
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Use with the mark command to mark ICMP packets
• deny – Rejects ICMP packets
• icmp – Specifies ICMP as the protocol
• [<source-IP/mask>|any|host <IP>] – The source <sourceIP> is the source IP address of the network or host (in
dotted decimal format). The <Mask> is the network
mask. For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24
bits of the source IP is used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0 and
source-mask bits equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for exact source (A.B.C.D)
and source-mask bits equal to 32
• [<dest-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] – Defines the
destination host IP address or destination network
address
• <ICMP-type> {<ICMP-code>} – Sets the ICMP type value
<ICMP-type> from 0 to 255, and is valid only for ICMP.
The ICMP code value <ICMP-code> is from 0 to 255, and
is valid only for protocol type icmp.
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches the ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL.
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[tcp|udp] [<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>] {eq
<source-port>|range
<starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port>}
[<dest-IP/Mask|any|host
<IP>] {eq <source-port>}
{range <starting-sourceport> <ending-sourceport>} {log} {ruleprecedence <1-5000>}
Use with the mark command to mark TCP or UDP packets
• deny – Rejects TCP or UDP packets
• tcp|udp – Specifies TCP or UDP as the protocol
• <source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – The source is the
source IP address of the network or host (in dotted
decimal format). The source-mask is the network mask.
For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24 bits of
the source IP are used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0,
and the source-mask bits are equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for exact source (A.B.C.D)
and the source-mask bits equal to 32
• eq <source-port> – The source port <source-port> to
match. Values in the range 1 to 65535.
• range <starting-source-port> <ending-source-port> –
Specifies the protocol range (starting and ending
protocol numbers)
• <dest-IP/Mask|any|host <IP> – Defines the destination
host IP address or destination network address
• eq <source-port>} {range <starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port> – Specifies the destination port or
range of ports. Port values are in the range of 1 to 65535.
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches the ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL.
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Usage Guidelines
Marks traffic between networks/hosts based on the protocol type selected in the access
list configuration
Use the mark option to specify the type of service (tos) and priority value. The tos value is
marked in the IP header and the 802.1p priority value is marked in the dot1q frame.
The following types of protocols are supported:
• ip
• icmp
• tcp
• udp
Whenever the interface receives the packet, its content is checked against all ACEs in the
ACL. It is marked based on the ACL configuration
• Filtering protocol types TCP/UDP allow the user to specify port numbers as filtering
criteria
• Select ICMP to allow/deny ICMP packets (selecting ICMP allows you to filter packets
based on the ICMP type and code)
NOTE: The log option is functional only for router ACL’s. The log option
provides an informational logging message about the packet matching
the entry sent to the console.
14.1.6.1 Example - Marking dot1p on TCP Based Traffic
The example below marks the dot1p priority value in the ethernet header to 5 on all TCP
traffic coming from the source subnet:
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)# mark 8021p 6 udp 192.168.2.0/24
range 5060 5061
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
14.1.6.2 Example - Marking tos on TCP based Traffic
The example below marks the tos value in the IP header to 245 on all tcp traffic coming
from the source subnet:
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RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)# mark tos 160 udp 192.168.2.0/24
range 5060 5061
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)# mark dscp 40 udp 192.168.2.0/24
range 5060 5061
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
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14.1.7 no
Extended ACL Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [deny|mark|permit]
Negates all the syntax combinations used in the deny, mark and permit designations to
configure the Extended ACL
Parameters
deny
Specifies packets to reject
mark
Specifies packets to mark
permit
Specifies packets to forward
Usage Guidelines
Removes an access list control entry. Provide the rule-precedence value when using the
no command.
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#no mark 8021p 5 tcp 192.168.2.0/24
any rule-precedence 10
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#no permit ip any any ruleprecedence 10
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#no deny icmp any any ruleprecedence 10
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
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14.1.8 permit
Extended ACL Config Commands
Permits specific packets.
NOTE: ACLs do not allow DHCP messages to flow by default. Configure
an Access Control Entry (ACE) to allow DHCP messages to flow through.
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit ip xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/
x 192.168.2.0/24
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit ip any host
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
permit[icmp|ip|tcp|upd]
permit icmp [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <ip>] [<dest-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>] {<ICMP-type> {<ICMP-code>}} {log}
{rule-precedence <1-5000>]}
permit ip [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] [<dest-IP/
mask>|any|host <IP>] {log} {rule-precedence <1-5000>}
permit [tcp|udp] [<source-ip/mask>|any|host <IP>] {eq
<source-port>|range <starting-source-port> <ending-sourceport>} [<dest-IP/Mask|any|host <IP>] {eq <source-port>}
{range <starting-source-port> <ending-source-port>} {log}
{rule-precedence <1-5000>}
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Parameters
permit ip [<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>]
[<dest-IP/mask>|any|host
<IP>] {log} {ruleprecedence <1-5000>}
Use with a permit command to allow IP packets
• deny – Sets the action type on an ACL
• IP – Specifies an IP (to match to a protocol)
• <source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – The keyword <sourceIP> is the source IP address of the network or host in
dotted decimal format. The <Mask> is the network mask.
For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24 bits of the
source IP is used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0 and
source-mask bits equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for the exact source <IP>
(A.B.C.D format) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• <dest-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – Defines the destination
host IP address or destination network address.
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches an ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL.
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permit icmp [<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host <ip>]
[<dest-IP/Mask>|any|
host <IP>] {<ICMP-type>
{<ICMP-code>}} {log}
{rule-precedence
<1-5000>]}
Use with the permit command to allow ICMP packets
• deny – Rejects ICMP packets
• icmp – Specifies ICMP as the protocol
• [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] – The source
<source-IP> is the source IP address of the network or
host (in dotted decimal format). The <Mask> is the
network mask. For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the
first 24 bits of the source IP is used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0 and
source-mask bits equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for exact source (A.B.C.D)
and source-mask bits equal to 32
• [<dest-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] – Defines the
destination host IP address or destination network
address
• <ICMP-type> {<ICMP-code>} – Sets the ICMP type value
<ICMP-type> from 0 to 255, and is valid only for ICMP.
The ICMP code value <ICMP-code> is from 0 to 255, and
is valid only for protocol type icmp.
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches the ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL.
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permit [tcp|udp] [<sourceip/mask>|any|host <IP>]
{eq <source-port>|range
<starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port>}
[<dest-IP/Mask|any|host
<IP>] {eq <source-port>}
{range <starting-sourceport> <ending-sourceport>} {log} {ruleprecedence
<1-5000>}
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Use with the permit command to allow TCP or UDP
packets
• deny – Rejects TCP or UDP packets
• tcp|udp – Specifies TCP or UDP as the protocol
• <source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – The source is the
source IP address of the network or host (in dotted
decimal format). The source-mask is the network mask.
For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24 bits of
the source IP are used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0,
and the source-mask bits are equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for exact source (A.B.C.D)
and the source-mask bits equal to 32
• eq <source-port> – The source port <source-port> to
match. Values in the range 1 to 65535.
• range <starting-source-port> <ending-source-port> –
Specifies the protocol range (starting and ending
protocol numbers)
• <dest-IP/mask|any|host <IP> – Defines the destination
host IP address or destination network address
• eq <source-port>} {range <starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port> – Specifies the destination port or
range of ports. Port values are in the range of 1 to 65535.
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches the ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL.
Use this command to permit traffic between networks/hosts based on the protocol type
selected in the access list configuration. The following protocols are supported:
• ip
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• icmp
• tcp
• udp
The last ACE in the access list is an implicit deny statement.
Whenever the interface receives the packet, its content is checked against all the ACEs in
the ACL. It is allowed based on the ACL configuration.
• Filtering on TCP/UDP allows the user to specify port numbers as filtering criteria
• Select ICMP to allow/deny packets. Selecting ICMP allows to filter ICMP packets
based on type and code
NOTE: The log option is functional only for router ACL’s. The log option
displays an informational logging message about the packet matching
the entry sent to the console.
14.1.8.1 Permitting IP Based Traffic
The example below allows IP traffic from the source subnet to the destination subnet and
denies all other traffic over an interface:
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit ip 192.168.1.10/24
192.168.2.0/24 rule-precedence 40
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
14.1.8.2 Permitting Telnet Based Traffic
The example below permits Telnet traffic from the source subnet and the destination
subnet and denies all other traffic over an interface:
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit tcp 192.168.4.0/24
192.168.5.0/24 eq 23 rule-precedence 10
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
14.1.8.3 Permitting ICMP Based Traffic
The example below permits ICMP traffic and denies all other traffic over an interface:
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit icmp any any ruleprecedence 30
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#)#
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14.1.9 service
Extended ACL Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug the (config-if) instance
configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#service show cli
Extended ACL Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-deny
+-icmp
+-A.B.C.D/M
+-A.B.C.D/M [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>)) (icmp) (A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(A.B.C.D/M |
host A.B.C.D | any)(<0-255> | <0-255> <0-255> |)(log|)(ruleprecedence <1-5000> |)]
+-<0-255> [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>)) (icmp) (A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(A.B.C.D/M |
host A.B.C.D | any)(<0-255> | <0-255> <0-255> |)(log|)(ruleprecedence <1-5000> |)]
+-<0-255> [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos
<0-255>)) (icmp) (A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(A.B.C.D/M
| host A.B.C.D | any)(<0-255> | <0-255> <0-255>
|)(log|)(rule-precedence <1-5000> |)]
+-log [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>)) (icmp) (A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(A.B.C.D/M |
host A.B.C.D | any)(<0-255> | <0-255> <0-255> |)(log|)(ruleprecedence <1-5000> |)]
+-rule-precedence
............................................................
............................................................
............................................................
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#
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14.1.10 show
Extended ACL Config Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
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environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notifications
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFS6000(config-ext-nacl)#show
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14.2 Configuring IP Extended ACL
IP Extended ACLs contain rules based on the following parameters:
• Source IP address
• Destination IP address
• IP Protocol
• Source Port–if protocol is TCP or UDP
• Destination Port–if protocol is TCP or UDP
• ICMP Type–if protocol is ICMP
• ICMP Code–if protocol is ICMP
IP protocol, Source IP and Destination IP are mandatory parameters.You can create either
a Numbered IP Extended ACL or a Named IP Extended IP Address.
Execute the following commands to configure an IP Extended ACL:
1. To configure a numbered IP Extended ACL:
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 2 deny ip host 1.2.3.4 any ruleprecedence 10
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 2 permit tcp any host 2.3.4.5 eq 80
rule-precedence 20
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 2 deny icmp any host 2.3.4.5 ruleprecedence 30
2. To configure named IP Extended ACL:
RFSwitch(config)#ip access-list extended ipextacl
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#deny ip host 1.2.3.4 any ruleprecedence 10
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#permit tcp any host 2.3.4.5 eq 80
rule-precedence 20
RFSwitch(config-ext-nacl)#deny icmp any host 2.3.4.5 ruleprecedence 30
Standard ACL Instance
The Standard ACL instance (config-std-acl) is used to manage the standard Access
Control List entries associated with the switch.
To navigate to this instance, use the command:
RFSwitch(config)#ip access-list standard [<ACL-name>|
<1-99>|<1300-1999>]
RFSwitch(config-std-acl)#
15.1 Standard ACL Config Commands
Table 15.1 summarizes the config-std-nacl commands:
Table 15.1 Standard ACL Config Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 15-3
deny
Specifies packets to reject
page 15-4
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 15-6
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 15-7
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 15-8
mark
Specifies packets to mark
page 15-9
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 15-11
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Table 15.1 Standard ACL Config Command Summary (Continued)
Command
Description
Ref.
permit
Specifies packets to forward
page 15-12
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
(config-if) instance configurations
page 15-14
show
Displays running system information
page 15-16
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15.1.1 clrscr
Standard ACL Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#
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15.1.2 deny
Standard ACL Config Commands
Specifies packets to reject
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
deny [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] {log} {rule-precedence
<1-5000>}
Parameters
[<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>]
{log} {rule-precedence
<1-5000>}
Use with a deny command to reject packets
• <source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – The keyword <sourceIP> is the source IP address of the network or host in
dotted decimal format. The <Mask> is the network mask.
For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24 bits of the
source IP is used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0 and
source-mask bits equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for the exact source <IP>
(A.B.C.D format) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches an ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL..
Usage Guidelines
Use this command to deny traffic based on the source IP address or network address. The
last ACE in the access list is an implicit deny statement.
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Whenever the interface receives the packet, its content is checked against all the ACEs
in the ACL. It is allowed/denied based on the ACL configuration.
NOTE: The log option is functional only for router ACL’s. The log option
results in an informational logging message for the packet matching the
entry sent to the console.
15.1.2.1 Example - Denying Traffic to the Interface
The example below denies all traffic entering the interface (a log message is generated
whenever the interface receives a packet):
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#deny any log rule-precedence 50
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#
15.1.2.2 Example - Denying Traffic only from Source Network
The example below denies traffic from the source network (xxx.xxx.1.0/24) and allows
all other traffic to flow through the interface:
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#deny xxx.xxx.1.0/24 ruleprecedence 60
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#permit any
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15.1.3 end
Standard ACL Config Commands
Ends and exits from the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt
changes to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#end
RFSwitch#
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15.1.4 exit
Standard ACL Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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15.1.5 help
Standard ACL Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help in HTML format
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#
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15.1.6 mark
Standard ACL Config Commands
Specifies packets to mark
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mark [8021p|dscp|tos]
mark 8021p <vlan-priority-value>
mark dscp <dscp-codepoint-value>
mark tos <tos-value> [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] {log}
{rule-precedence <1-5000>}
Parameters
8021p <vlan-priorityvalue>
Sets the 802.1p VLAN user priority value to <vlan-priorityvalue> (0-7).
dscp <dscpcodepoint-value>
Sets the Differentiated Services Code Point code-point value
to <dscp-codepoint-value> (0-63)
tos <tos-value>
Sets the TOS value to <tos-value>. The least significant two
bits of the <tos-value> must be 0.
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[<source-IP/Mask>|
any|host <IP>] {log}
{rule-precedence
<1-5000>}
Use with a mark command to mark packets
• <source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – The keyword <sourceIP> is the source IP address of the network or host in
dotted decimal format. The <Mask> is the network mask.
For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24 bits of the
source IP is used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0 and
source-mask bits equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for the exact source <IP>
(A.B.C.D format) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• log – Optional.Generates log messages when the packet
coming from the interface matches an ACL entry. Log
messages are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Optional. Defines an integer
value between 1-5000. This value sets the rule
precedence in the ACL.
Usage Guidelines
Use this command to mark traffic from the source network/host. Use the mark option to
specify the type of service (TOS) and priority value. The TOS value is marked in the IP
header. The 802.1p priority value is marked in the frame.
When the interface receives the packet, its content is checked against the ACEs in the
ACL. It is marked based on the ACL configuration.
NOTE: The log option is functional only for router ACLs. The log option
results in an informational logging message about the packet matching
the entry sent to the console.
15.1.6.1 Marking tos for Source Network Traffic
The example below marks the type of service (TOS) value to 254 for all traffic coming from
the source network:
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 3 mark tos 254 xxx.xxx.3.0/24
RFSwitch (config)#access-list 3 permit any
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15.1.7 no
Standard ACL Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [deny|mark|permit]
Negates all the syntax combinations used in deny, mark and permit designations.
Parameters
deny
Specifies packets to reject
mark
Specifies packets to mark
permit
Specifies packets to forward
Example
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#no permit any rule-precedence 10
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#no deny any rule-precedence 20
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#no mark tos 4 192.168.2.0/24 ruleprecedence 30
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#
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15.1.8 permit
Standard ACL Config Commands
Specifies packet to forward
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
permit [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] {log}
{rule-precedence <1-5000>}
Parameters
[<source-IP/Mask>|
any|host <IP>] {log}
{rule-precedence
<1-5000>}
Use with a permit command to allow packets
• <source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP> – The keyword <sourceIP> is the source IP address of the network or host in
dotted decimal format. The <Mask> is the network mask.
For example, 10.1.1.10/24 indicates the first 24 bits of the
source IP is used for matching.
• any – any is an abbreviation for a source IP of 0.0.0.0 and
source-mask bits equal to 0
• host – host is an abbreviation for the exact source <IP>
(A.B.C.D format) and source-mask bits equal to 32
• log – Generates log messages when the packet coming
from the interface matches an ACL entry. Log messages
are generated only for router ACLs.
• rule-precedence <1-5000> – Defines an integer value
between 1-5000. This value sets the rule precedence in
the ACL.
Usage Guidelines
Use this command to allow traffic based on the source IP address or network address. The
last ACE in the access list is an implicit deny statement.
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Whenever the interface receives the packet, its content is checked against all the ACEs
in the ACL. It is allowed based on the ACL’s configuration.
NOTE: The log option is functional only for router ACLs. The log option
displays an informational logging message about the packet matching
the entry sent to the console.
15.1.8.1 Example - Permitting Traffic to Interface
The example below permits all the traffic that comes to the interface:
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#permit any rule-precedence 50
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#
15.1.8.2 Permitting Traffic from Source Network
The example below permits traffic from the source network and provides a log message:
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#permit xxx.xxx.1.0/24 log ruleprecedence 60
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#
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15.1.9 service
Standard ACL Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-if) instance
configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
cli
Displays the CLI tree of the current mode
Example
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#service show cli
Standard ACL Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-deny
+-A.B.C.D/M [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>))(A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(log|)(rule-precedence
<1-5000> |)]
+-log [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>))(A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(log|)(rule-precedence
<1-5000> |)]
+-rule-precedence
+-<1-5000> [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>))(A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(log|)(rule-precedence
<1-5000> |)]
+-rule-precedence
+-<1-5000> [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>))(A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(log|)(rule-precedence
<1-5000> |)]
+-any [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>))(A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(log|)(rule-precedence
<1-5000> |)]
+-log [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>))(A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(log|)(rule-precedence
<1-5000> |)]
+-rule-precedence
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+-<1-5000> [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>))(A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(log|)(rule-precedence
<1-5000> |)]
+-rule-precedence
+-<1-5000> [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>))(A.B.C.D/M | host A.B.C.D | any)(log|)(rule-precedence
<1-5000> |)]
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15.1.10 show
Standard ACL Config Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays all the parameters for which the information can
be viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
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environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
role
Configure role parameters
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notifications
Display the SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
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15.2 Use Case: Configuring IP Standard ACL
IP Standard ACLs contain rules based on Source IP Address. You can create either a
Numbered IP Standard ACL or a Named IP Standard IP Address.
Execute the following CLI commands to configure an IP based standard ACL:
1. To configure numbered IP Standard ACL:
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 2 deny host 1.2.3.4 rule-precedence
10
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 3 deny host 1.2.3.4 rule-precedence
10
RFSwitch(config)#access-list 3 permit any rule-precedence 20
Valid numbers for numbered IP Standard ACLs are from 1-99 and 1300-1999. In the
above CLI example, ACL 3 denies host with IP 1.2.3.4 and allows all other hosts.
2. To configure an IP Standard ACL:
RFSwitch(config)#ip access-list standard ipst2
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#permit host 10.1.1.10 rule-precedence
30
RFSwitch(config-std-nacl)#deny any rule-precedence 20
Extended MAC ACL Instance
Use the (config-ext-macl) instance to configure mac access-list extended
ACLs. To navigate to this instance, use the command:
RFSwitch(config)#mac access-list extended <acl-name>
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
16.1 MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Table summarizes config-ext-macl commands:
Table 16.1 MAC Extended ACL Config Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 16-3
deny
Specifies packets to reject
page 16-4
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 16-8
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode page 16-9
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 16-10
mark
Specifies packets to mark
page 16-11
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 16-14
permit
Specifies packets to forward
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Table 16.1 MAC Extended ACL Config Command Summary (Continued)
Command
Description
Ref.
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
the (config-if) instance configurations
page 16-19
show
Shows running system information
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16.1.1 clrscr
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Clears the display screens
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
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16.1.2 deny
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Specifies packets to reject
NOTE: Use a decimal value representation of ethertypes to implement
a permit/deny/mark designation for a packet. The command set for
Extended MAC ACLs provide the hexadecimal values for each listed
ethertype. The switch supports all ethertypes. Use the decimal
equivalent of the ethertype listed for any other ethertype.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
deny [<MAC/Mask>|any|host <MAC>] [<MAC/Mask>|any|
host <MAC>] {[dot1p|rule-precedence|type|vlan]}
deny [<MAC/Mask>|any|host <MAC>] [<MAC/Mask>|any|
host <MAC>] dot1p <0-7> {rule-precedence|type}
deny [<MAC/Mask>|any|host <MAC>] [<MAC/Mask>|any|
host <MAC>] rule-precedence <1-5000>
deny [<MAC/Mask>|any|host <MAC>] [<MAC/Mask>|any|
host <MAC>] type [8021p|<1-65535>|aarp|appletalk|apr|ip|
ipv6|ipx|rarp|wisp] {rule-precedence <precedence>}
deny [<MAC/Mask>|any|host <MAC>] [<MAC/Mask>|any|
host <MAC>] vlan <1-4094> {rule-precedence|type}
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Parameters
deny [<MAC/Mask>|any|host
<MAC>] [<MAC/Mask>|any|
host <MAC>] {[dot1p|
rule-precedence|type|vlan]}
Define a source and destination MAC address and
Mask specifying the bits to match. The source and
destination wildcards can be any one of the
following:
• [<MAC/Mask>|any|host <MAC>]– Source MAC
address and mask in the format
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx/
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx.
• any – Any source host
• host – Exact source MAC address to match
dot1p <0-7>
Determine a 802.1p priority value to match.
<priority> is in the range 0 to 7.
rule-precedence <1-5000>
Define an access-list entry precedence
type [8021q|<1-65535>|
arp|appletalk|ip|ipv6|vlan|ipx|arp|
wisp]
Set an ethertype value represented as an integer.
Use keywords for well-known ethertypes (IP, IPv6,
ARP etc.)
• 8021q – VLAN Ether type
(0*8100)
• <1-65535> – Ether protocol
number
• aarp – AARP Ether Type (
0*80F3)
• appletalk – APPLETALK Ether Type
(0*809B)
• arp – ARP Ether Type (0*0806)
• ip – IP Ether Type (0*0800)
• ipv6 – IPv6 Ether Type (0*86DD)
• ipx – IPX Ether Type (0*8137)
• rarp – RARP Ether Type (0*8035)
• wisp – WISP Ether Type (0*8783)
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vlan<1-4095>
Set a VLAN tag ID to match
Usage Guidelines
The deny command disallows traffic based on layer 2 (data-link layer) data. The MAC
access list denies traffic from a particular source MAC address or any MAC address. It can
also disallow traffic from a list of MAC addresses based on the source mask.
The MAC access list can disallow traffic based on the VLAN and ethertype.
The most common ethertypes are:
•
•
•
•
arp
wisp
ip
802.1q
NOTE: MAC ACL always takes precedence over IP based ACL’s.
The last ACE in the access list is an implicit deny statement.
Whenever the interface receives the packet, its content is checked against all the ACEs in
the ACL. It is allowed/denied based on the ACL configuration.
16.1.2.1 Example - Denying Traffic from any MAC Address
The MAC ACL (in the example below) denies traffic from any source MAC address to a
particular host MAC address:
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#deny any host 00:01:ae:00:22:11
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
16.1.2.2 Example - Denying dot1q Tagged Traffic
The MAC ACL (in the example below) denies dot1q tagged traffic from VLAN interface 5:
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#deny any any vlan 5 type 8021q
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
16.1.2.3 Example - Denying Traffic Between Two MAC Based Hosts
The example below denies traffic between two hosts based on MAC addresses:
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RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#deny host 01:02:fe:45:76:89 host
01:02:89:78:78:45
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
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16.1.3 end
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#end
RFSwitch#
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16.1.4 exit
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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16.1.5 help
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help (in HTML format)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
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16.1.6 mark
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Specifies the packet to mark
NOTE: Use a decimal value representation of ethertypes to implement
permit/deny/mark designations for a packet. An Extended MAC ACL
provides the hexadecimal values for each listed ethertype. The switch
supports all ethertypes. Use the decimal equivalent of the ethertype
listed in the CLI or any other type of ethertype.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mark [8021p|dscp|tos]
mark [8021p <vlan-priority-value>|dscp
<dscp-codepoint-value>|tos <tos-value>] [icmp|ip|tcp|udp]
mark [8021p <vlan-priority-value>|dscp
<dscp-codepointvalue>|tos <tos-value>] icmp [<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host<IP>] [<dest-IP/mask>|any|host <IP>]
{<ICMP-type> {<ICMPcode>}}
{log} {rule-precedence <1-5000>]}
mark [8021p <vlan-priority-value>|dscp
<dscp-codepointvalue>|tos <tos-value>] IP [<source-IP/
mask>|any|host <IP>][<dest-ip/mask>|any|host <IP>] {log}
{rule-precedence <1-5000>}
mark [8021p <vlan-priority-value>|dscp
<dscp-codepointvalue>|tos <tos-value>] [tcp|udp]
[source-IP/Mask>|any|host<IP>] {eq <source-port>|range
<starting-source-port> <ending-source-port>} [<dest-IP/
Mask|any|host <IP>] {eq <source-port>} {range
<starting-source-port> <ending-sourceport>}{log}
{rule-precedence <1-5000>}
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Parameters
8021p<0-7>
Modifies the 802.1p VLAN user priority
• xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx/
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx–Source MAC
address and mask
• any – Any source host
• host – Exact source MAC address to match
tos<0-255>
Modifies the TOS bits in an IP header
• xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx/
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx–Destination MAC
address and mask
• any – Any destination host
• host – Exact destination MAC address to match
mark [<source-IP/Mask>
|any|host<IP>]
Specifies the bits to match. The source wildcard can
be any one of the following:
• xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx/
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx–Source MAC
address and mask
• any – Any source host
• host – Exact source MAC address to match
mark [<dest-IP/mask>|any|host <IP>]
Specifies bits to match. The destination wildcard
can be any one of the following:
• xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx/
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx–Destination MAC
address and mask
• any – Any destination host
• host – Exact destination MAC address to match
dot1p<0-7>
Defines a VLAN 802.1p priority value to match
rule-precedence<1-5000>
Establishes an access-list entry precedence
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type [8021q|<1-65535>|
arp|appletalk|ip|ipv6ipx|rarp|
vlan|wisp]
Defines an ethertype value represented as an
integer or keyword for well-known ethertypes (like
IP, IPv6, ARP etc.)
vlan <1-4095>
Defines the VLAN tag ID to match
dscp <0-63>
Modify DSCP TOS bits in IP header
• xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx/
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx–Destination MAC
address and mask
• any – Any destination host
• host – Exact destination MAC address to match
Usage Guidelines
Use the mark option to specify the type of service (tos) and priority value. The tos value is
marked in the IP header and the 802.1p priority value is marked in the dot1q frame.
Whenever the interface receives the packet, its content is checked against all the ACEs in
the ACL. It is marked based on the ACL’s configuration.
16.1.6.1 Example - Marking dot1p Priority Value for 802.1q Tagged Traffic
The example below marks the dot1p priority value to 6 for all 802.1q tagged traffic from
VLAN interface 5:
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#mark 8021p 6 any any vlan 5 type
8021q
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
16.1.6.2 Example - Marking tos for IP Traffic
The example below marks the tos field to 254 for IP traffic coming from the source MAC :
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#mark tos 254 host
00:33:44:55:66:77 any type ip
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
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16.1.7 no
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [deny|mark|permit]
Negates all the syntax combinations used in deny, mark and permit designations to
configure the Extended ACL
Parameters
deny
Specifies packets to reject
mark
Specifies packets to mark
permit
Specifies packets to forward
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#no mark tos 254 host
00:33:44:55:66:77 any type ip rule-precedence 50
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#no deny any any vlan 5 type 8021q
rule-precedence 10
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#no permit any any type wisp ruleprecedence 50
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
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16.1.8 permit
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Specifies packets to forward
NOTE: Use a decimal value representation of ethertypes to implement
permit/deny/mark designations for a packet. An Extended MAC ACL
provides the hexadecimal values for each listed ethertype. The switch
supports all ethertypes. Use the decimal equivalent of the ethertype
listed in the CLI or any other type of ethertype.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
permit [icmp|ip|tcp|upd]
permit icmp [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] [<dest-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>] {<ICMP-type> {<ICMP-code>}} {log}
{rule-precedence <1-5000>]}
permit ip [<source-IP/mask>|any|host <ip>] [<dest-IP/
Mask>|any|host <ip>] {log} {rule-precedence <1-5000>}
permit [tcp|udp] [<source-IP/Mask>|any|host <IP>] {eq
<source-port>|range <starting-source-port>
<ending-sourceport>}[<dest-IP/Mask|any|host <IP>] {eq
<source-port>}{range <starting-source-port>
<ending-source-port>} {log}{rule-precedence <1-5000>}
Parameters
permit [<source-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>]
Specifies the bits to match. The source wildcard
can be any one of the following:
• xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx/
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx–Source MAC
address and mask
• any – Uses any source host
• host – Defines the MAC address to match
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permit [<dest-IP/
Mask>|any|host <IP>]
{<ICMP-type> {<ICMP-code>}}
Bit mask specifying the bits to match. The
destination wildcard can be one of the following:
• xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx/
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx–Destination MAC
address and mask
• any – Uses any available destination host
• host – Defines the destination MAC address
dot1p<0-7>
Establishes the 802.1p priority
rule-precedence<1-5000>
Defines an access list entry precedence
type(8021q|<1Sets an ethertype
65535>|aarp|arp|appletalk|ip|ipv6| • 8021q –VLAN Ether type (0*8100)
ipx|rarp|vlan|wisp)
• <1-65535> – Ether protocol
number
• aarp – AARP Ether Type (
0*80F3)
• appletalk – APPLETALK Ether Type
(0*809B)
• arp – ARP Ether Type (0*0806)
• ip – IP Ether Type (0*0800)
• ipv6 – IPv6 Ether Type (0*86DD)
• ipx – IPX Ether Type (0*8137)
• rarp – RARP Ether Type (0*8035)
• wisp – WISP Ether Type (0*8783)
vlan<1-4095>
Sets the VLAN ID
Usage Guidelines
When creating a Port ACL, the switch (by default) does not permit an ethertype WISP.
Create a rule to allow WISP to adopt access ports. Use the following command to adopt
access ports:
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permit any any type wisp
NOTE: Use the following command to attach a MAC access list to a
port on a layer 2 interface:
mac access-group <acl number/name> in
The permit command in the MAC ACL disallows traffic based on layer 2 (data-link layer)
information. A MAC access list permits traffic from a source MAC address or any MAC
address. It also has an option to allow traffic from a list of MAC addresses (based on the
source mask).
The MAC access list can be configured to allow traffic based on VLAN information,
ethernet type. Common types include:
• arp
• wisp
• ip
• 802.1q
The switch (by default) does not allow layer 2 traffic to pass through the interface. To
adopt an access port through an interface, configure an access control list to allow an
ethernet WISP. .
NOTE: To apply an IP based ACL to an interface, a MAC access list
entry to allow ARP is mandatory. A MAC ACL always takes precedence
over IP based ACLs.
The last ACE in the access list is an implicit deny statement. Whenever the interface
receives the packet, its content is checked against all the ACEs in the ACL. It is allowed/
denied based on the ACL’s configuration.
16.1.8.1 Example - Permitting WISP Traffic
The example below permits WISP traffic from any source MAC address to any destination
MAC address:
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#permit any any type wisp
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
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16.1.8.2 Example - Permitting ARP Traffic
The example below permits arp based traffic from any source MAC address to any
destination MAC address:
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#permit any any type arp
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
16.1.8.3 Permitting IP Traffic
The example below permits IP based traffic from a source MAC address to any destination
MAC address:
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#permit host 11:22:33:44:55:66 any
type ip
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
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16.1.9 service
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-if) instance
configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
show cli
Displays running system information
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#service show cli
MAC Extended ACL Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-deny
+-XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX/XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
+-XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX/XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX [(deny|permit|mark
(8021p <0-7> | tos
<0-255>))(XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX/XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX | host
XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX | any)(XX
:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX/XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX | host XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX |
any)(vlan <1-4095>
| dot1p <0-7> |) (type (<1-65535> | ip | ipv6
| arp
| wisp | 8021q | ra
rp | aarp | appletalk | ipx ) |)(rule-precedence <1-5000>
|)]
+-dot1p
+-<0-7> [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos <0255>))(XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:X
X/XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX | host XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX |
any)(XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX/XX:XX:XX:X
X:XX:XX | host XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX | any)(vlan <1-4095> |
dot1p <0-7> |) (type (<1
-65535> | ip | ipv6
| arp | wisp | 8021q | rarp |
aarp | appletalk | ip
x ) |)(rule-precedence <1-5000> |)]
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+-rule-precedence
+-<1-5000> [(deny|permit|mark (8021p <0-7> | tos
<0-255>))(XX:XX:XX:
XX:XX:XX/XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX | host XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX |
any)(XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX/XX:
XX:XX:XX:XX:XX | host XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX | any)(vlan <1-4095>
| dot1p <0-7> |) (t
ype (<1-65535> | ip | ipv6
| arp | wisp | 8021q |
rarp | aarp | appleta
lk | ipx ) |)(rule-precedence <1-5000> |)]
+-type
............................................................
............................................................
............................................................
.....................
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#
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16.1.10 show
MAC Extended ACL Config Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
• The following commands display only for RFS7000
port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays all the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Usage Guidelines
The show access-list command displays the access lists configured for the switch.
Provide the access list name or number to view specific ACL details
Example
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
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clock
commands
crypto
debugging
dhcp
dpd
environment
file
firewall
ftp
history
interfaces
ip
ldap
licenses
logging
buffer
mac
mac-address-table
mac-name
management
mobility
ntp
password-encryption
port-channel
privilege
radius
redundancy
rtls
role
running-config
securitymgr
sessions
connections
smtp-notofication
snmp
snmp-server
spanning-tree
startup-config
static-channel-group
terminal
parameters
traffic-shape
timezone
upgrade-status
Display system clock
Show command lists
encryption module
Debugging information outputs
DHCP Server Configuration
wios dataplane
show environmental information
Display filesystem information
Wireless firewall
Display FTP Server configuration
Display the session command history
Interface status
Internet Protocol (IP)
LDAP server
Show any installed licenses
Show logging configuration and
Internet Protocol (IP)
Display MAC address table
Displays the configured MAC names
Display L3 Managment Interface name
Display Mobility parameters
Network time protocol
password encryption
Portchannel commands
Show current privilege level
RADIUS configuration commands
Display redundancy group parameters
Real Time Locating System commands
Configure role parameters
Current Operating configuration
Securitymgr parameters
Display current active open
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display spanning tree information
Contents of startup configuration
static channel group membership
Display terminal configuration
Display traffic shaping
Display timezone
Display last image upgrade status
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users
logged in users
version
wireless
wlan-acl
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Display information about currently
Display software & hardware version
Wireless configuration commands
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#show
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16.2 Configuring MAC Extended ACL
MAC Extended ACLs contain rules based on the following parameters:
• Source MAC address
• Destination MAC address
• Ethertype– accepts well known types like IP, ARP, VLAN or an integer value between
1-65535.
• VLAN-ID
• VLAN 802.1p user priority
Source and Destination MAC address are mandatory parameters.
Execute the following commands to configure a MAC extended ACL with different rule
parameters on the switch:
RFSwitch(config)#mac access-list extended macextacl
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#permit 00:a0:f8:00:00:00
ff:ff:ff:00:00:00 any rule-precedence 10
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#deny any any type arp rule-precedence
20
RFSwitch(config-ext-macl)#deny any any vlan 23 rule-precedence
30
DHCP Server Instance
Use the (config-dhcp) instance to configure the DHCP server address pool associated
with the switch.
To move to this instance, use the command.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool <pool-name>
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
Also refer to Chapter12, section 12.1.8 ip on page 12-20 for other DHCP related
configurations.
17.1 DHCP Config Commands
Table 17.1 summarizes config-dhcp commands:
Table 17.1 DHCP Server Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
address
Defines the DHCP server include range
page 17-4
bootfile
Assigns a boot file name. The bootfile name can
contain letters, numbers, dots and hyphens.
Consecutive dots and hyphens are not permitted
page 17-5
class
Associates a class with a pool and moves to the
DHCP pool class configuration mode
page 17-6
client-identifier
Uses an ASCII string as a client identifier
page 17-9
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Table 17.1 DHCP Server Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
client-name
Assigns a client name
page 17-10
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 17-11
ddns
Configures Dynamic DNS (DDNS) values
page 17-12
default-router
Configures a default router’s IP address
page 17-14
dns-server
Sets the IP address of a DNS Server
page 17-15
domain-name
Sets the domain name
page 17-16
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 17-17
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous
mode
page 17-18
hardwareaddress
Defines the hardware address using either a dashed
or dotted hexadecimal string
page 17-19
help
Displays the interactive help system in HTML format page 17-20
host
Configures an IP address for the host
page 17-21
lease
Assigns the lease time for a DHCP leased IP address
page 17-22
netbios-nameserver
Configures NetBIOS (WINS) name servers
page 17-24
netbios-nodetype
Defines the NetBIOS node type
page 17-25
network
Sets a network number and mask for a DHCP Server
page 17-26
next-server
Configures the next server in boot process
page 17-27
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 17-28
option
Assigns a name for a DHCP option
page 17-29
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Command
Description
Ref.
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
instance configurations
page 17-30
show
Displays the running system information
page 17-31
unitcast-enable
Enables unicast for DHCP
page 17-34
update
Controls the usage of Dynamic DNS (DDNS)
page 17-33
service
(config-dhcp)
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17.1.1 address
DHCP Config Commands
Specifies a range of addresses for the DHCP network pool
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
address range <low IP address> <high IP address>
Parameters
range <low IP address>
<high IP address>
Adds an address range for the DHCP server
• low IP address – Defines the first IP address in
the address range
• high IP address – Defines the last IP address in
the address range
Usage Guidelines
Use the address command to specify a range of addresses for the DHCP network pool.
The DHCP server assigns IP address to DHCP clients from the address range. A high IP
address is the upper limit for providing the IP address, and a low IP address is the lower
limit for providing the IP address.
Use the no address range command to remove the DHCP address range.
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#address range 2.2.2.2 2.2.2.50
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.2 bootfile
DHCP Config Commands
Assigns a bootfile name for the DHCP configuration on the network pool
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
bootfile <FILE>
Parameters
bootfile <FILE>
Sets the boot image for BOOTP clients. The file
name can contain letters, numbers, dots and
hyphens. Consecutive dots and hyphens are not
permitted.
Usage Guidelines
Use the bootfile command to specify the boot image. The boot file contains the boot
image name used for booting the bootp clients (DHCP clients). Only one boot file is allowed
per pool.
Use {no} bootfile command to remove the bootfile. Do not use the <file name> with the
bootfile command as only one bootfile exists per pool. The command [no] bootfile
removes the existing command from the pool.
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#bootfile bootexample.txt
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.3 class
DHCP Config Commands
Associates a DHCP class with a pool
This command is used in Step 4 of Creating a DHCP User Class.
The CLI prompt moves to a sub-instance(config-dhcp-class).The configuration mode
changes from (config-dhcp)# class to (config-dhcp-class).
Refer to config-dhcp-class on page 17-7 for a (config-dhcp-class) command summary.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
class <class-name>
Parameters
class <class -name>
Associates a class with a pool and enters the
DHCP pool class configuration mode
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#class RFS7000DHCPclass
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
17.1.3.1 Creating a DHCP User Class
Follow the steps below to create a DHCP User Class:
1. Create a DHCP class named RFSwitchDHCPclass. The switch supports a maximum of
32 DHCP classes.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp class RFS7000DHCPclass
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
2. Create a USER class named MC800. The mode changes to (config-dhcpclass). The
switch supports a maximum of 8 users classes per DHCP class.
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#option user-class MC800
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
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3. Create a Pool named WID, using (config)# mode.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool WID
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
4. Associate the DHCP class, created in Step 1 with the pool created in Step 3. The switch
supports the association of 8 DHCP classes with a pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#class RFS7000DHCPclass
RFSwitch(config-dhcp-class)#
5. The switch moves to a new mode (config-dhcp-class). Use this mode to add an address
range used for the DHCP class associated with the pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp-class)#address range 11.22.33.44
17.1.3.2 config-dhcp-class
Use (config-dhcp)# class to enter the (config-dhcp-class) instance. Use this
instance to set an address range for a DHCP user class within a DHCP server address pool.
Table 17.2 summarizes config-dhcp-class commands.
Table 17.2 DHCP Server Class Command Summary
Command
Description
address
Sets an address range for a DHCP class in a DHCP server address
pool
clrscr
Clears the display screen
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
help
Displays the interactive help system in HTML format
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
service
Assists in troubleshooting or debugging issues
show
Displays running system information
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address
config-dhcp-class
Sets an address range for a DHCP class within a DHCP server address pool
Syntax
address range <low IP Address> <high IP Address>
Parameters
range <low IP Address>
<high IP Address>
Assigns an address range for the DHCP class
• <low IP Address> – Defines the low IP address
• <high IP Address> – Defines the high IP address
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp-class)#address range 11.22.13.14
11.22.33.56
RFSwitch(config-dhcp-class)#
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17.1.4 client-identifier
DHCP Config Commands
Assigns a name to the client-identifier
A client identifier is used to reserve an IP address for a DHCP client.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
client-identifier <identifier>
Parameters
client-identifier
<identifier>
Prepends a null character. Use \\0 at the
beginning (a single \ in the input is ignored)
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#client-identifier testid
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.5 client-name
DHCP Config Commands
Adds name for DHCP clients
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
client-name <name>
Parameters
client-name <name>
Use client-name to add a client name (the
domain name must not be included)
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#client-name testpc
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.6 clrscr
DHCP Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.7 ddns
DHCP Config Commands
Sets dynamic DNS parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ddns [domainname|multiple-user-class|server|ttl]
ddns
ddns
ddns
ddns
domainname <name>
multiple-user-class
server <IP Address>
ttl <1-864000>
Parameters
domainname <name>
Sets the domain name used for DDNS updates
multiple-user-class
Enables the multiple user class option
server <IP >
Specifies the server to which DDNS updates have
been sent
• <IP> – Defines an IP address in dotted decimal
format
ttl <1-864000>
Sets a Time To Live (TTL) value for DDNS updates
• <1-864000> – TTL value in seconds
Usage Guidelines
Use update dns override to enable an internal DHCP server to send DDNS updates
for resource records (RRs) A, TXT and PTR. A DHCP server can always override the client
even if the client is configured to perform the updates.
In the DHCP server network pool, FQDN is defined as the DDNS domain name. This is used
internally in DHCP packets between the DHCP server on the switch and the DNS server.
DHCP Server Instance
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#ddns domainname TestDomain.com
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#ddns multiple-user-class
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#ddns ttl 1000
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.8 default-router
DHCP Config Commands
Configures the default router or gateway IP address for the network pool. To remove the
default router list, use the no default-router command.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
default-router <IP>
Parameters
default-router
< IP>
Specifies the default router IP address for the
network pool
• < IP> – Sets the router's IP address
Usage Guidelines
The IP address of the router should be on the same subnet as the client subnet.
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#default-router 2.2.2.1
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.9 dns-server
DHCP Config Commands
Sets the DNS server’s IP address available to all DHCP clients connected to the pool. Use
the no dns-server command to remove the DNS server list.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
dns-server <IP address>
Parameters
dns-server <IP address>
Configures the DNS server’s IP address
• <IP address> – Sets the server's IP address. Up
to 8 IPs can be set.
Usage Guidelines
For DHCP clients, the DNS server’s IP address maps the host name to an IP address. DHCP
clients use the DNS server’s IP address based on the order (sequence) configured.
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#dns-server 2.2.2.222
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.10 domain-name
DHCP Config Commands
Sets the domain name for the network pool. Use the no domain-name command to
remove the domain name.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
domain-name <name>
Parameters
domain-name <name>
Defines the domain name for the network pool
Usage Guidelines
The domain name cannot exceed 256 characters.
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#domain-name Engineering
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.11 end
DHCP Config Commands
Exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes to
RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#end
RFSwitch#
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17.1.12 exit
DHCP Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch#(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool TestPool
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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17.1.13 hardware-address
DHCP Config Commands
Reserves an IP address (manually) based on a DHCP client’s hardware address. Use the no
hardware-address command to remove this from the DHCP pool.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
hardware-address <MAC> {[ethernet|token-ring]}
Parameters
hardware-address
<MAC> {ethernet|token-ring}
Sets the client's hardware address to <MAC>.
<MAC> can be in the format xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
(dashed hexadecimal string) or
XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX (dotted hexadecimal string)
• <MAC> {ethernet|token-ring} – Defines a
dashed hexadecimal string
• <MAC> {ethernet|token-ring} – Sets a dotted
hexadecimal string.
• ethernet – Ethernet
• token-ring – Token ring network
Usage Guidelines
Accepts only hexadecimal values
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#hardware-address 00:01:23:45:32:22
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.14 help
DHCP Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help in HTML format
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.15 host
DHCP Config Commands
Defines a fixed IP address for the host in dotted decimal format
Use the no host command to remove the host from the DHCP pool.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
host <IP>
Parameters
host <IP>
Sets a fixed address for the host
• <IP > – Sets an IP address in dotted decimal
format
Usage Guidelines
The DHCP host pool (used to manually assign an IP address based on hardware address/
client identifier) configuration must contain a host IP address, client name and hardware
address/client identifier.
The host IP address must belong to a subnet on the switch. There must be a DHCP network
pool corresponding to that host IP address. There is no limit to the number of manual
bindings. However, you can configure only one manual binding per host pool.
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#host 2.2.2.111
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.16 lease
DHCP Config Commands
Sets a valid lease time for the IP address used by DHCP clients in the network pool
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
lease [{<0-365> <0-23> <0-59>}|infinite]
Parameters
lease [
{<0-365> <0-23> <0-59>}
|infinite]
Sets the lease time for an IP address
• <0-365> –Sets the lease period in days. Days
can be made as 0 only when hours and/or mins
are greater than 0.
• <0-23> – Sets the hours for the lease period.
Hours can be 0 only when days and/or
minutes are configured with a value greater
than 0.
• <0-59> – Sets the minutes for the lease
period. Minutes can be 0 only when days
and/or hours are configured with a value
greater than 0.
• infinite – Sets the lease period as infinite.
Usage Guidelines
If lease parameter is not configured on the DHCP network pool, the default value is used.
The default value of the lease is 24 hours.
The lease value for DHCP host pool is infinite. Hence the lease configuration is not
applicable for DHCP host pool
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NOTE: The factory default lease period for a pool – network pool or
host pool is configured as 1 day.
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#lease 1 0 0
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
RFSwitch(config)#show running-config
..........................................
..........................................
..........................................
ip dhcp pool Test4lease
host 3.33.33.3
client-name test4lease
client-identifier tested4lease
..........................................
..........................................
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#show running-config include-factory
..........................................
ip dhcp pool Test4lease
lease 1 0 0
no domain-name
no bootfile
no dns-server
no default-router
no next-server
no netbios-name-server
no netbios-node-type
no unicast-enable
no update dns
no ddns domainname
no ddns ttl
no ddns multiple-user-class
host 3.33.33.3
client-name test4lease
client-identifier tested4lease
no hardware-address
..........................................
RFSwitch(config)#
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17.1.17 netbios-name-server
DHCP Config Commands
Sets the netbios-name server’s IP address
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
netbios-name-server <IP>
Parameters
netbios-name-server <IP>
Defines the NetBIOS (WINS) name server
• <IP > – Sets the NetBIOS name server's IP
address
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#netbios-name-server 2.2.2.222
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
DHCP Server Instance
17.1.18 netbios-node-type
DHCP Config Commands
Defines the netbios-node type
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
netbios-node-type [b-node|h-node|m-node|p-node]
Parameters
netbios-node-type
[b-node | h-node |
m-node | p-node]
Defines the NetBIOS (WINS) name servers
• b-node – Broadcast node
• h-node – Hybrid node
• m-node – Mixed node
• p-node – Peer-to-peer node
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#netbios-node-type p-node
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.19 network
DHCP Config Commands
Sets the network pool’s IP address
This address maps the current DHCP pool with a specific network.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
network [<IP>|<IP/Mask>]
Parameters
network [<IP>|<IP/Mask>]
Sets the network number and mask
• <IP> – Network number in dotted decimal
format
• <IP/Mask> – Network number and mask
Usage Guidelines
Ensure a VLAN interface (with specific network/subnet) exists on the switch before
mapping a DHCP pool to a particular network.
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#network
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.20 next-server
DHCP Config Commands
Sets the IP address of the next server in the boot process
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
next-server <IP>
Parameters
next-server <IP>
Sets the next server in boot process
• <IP> – Defines the server's IP address
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#next-server 2.2.2.22
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.21 no
DHCP Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [address|bootfile|class|client-identifier|client-name|
ddns|default-router|dns-server|domain-name|hardware-address|
host|lease|netbios-name-server|netbios-node-type|network|
next-server|option|update|unicast-table]
Parameters
The no command negates any command associated with it. Wherever required, use the
same parameters associated with the command getting negated.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#no ip dhcp pool hotpool
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config)#no ip dhcp pool test
RFSwitch(config)#
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#no update dns
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.22 option
DHCP Config Commands
Defines the DHCP option used in DHCP pools
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
option <option-name> [<IP>|<option-name>]
Parameters
option name [<IP>|
<option-name>]
Sets raw DHCP options
• <option-name> – Sets the name of the DHCP
option
• <IP> – Sets the IP value of the DHCP option
• <option-name> – Sets the ASCII value of the
DHCP option
Usage Guidelines
Defines non standard DHCP option codes (0-254)
NOTE: An option name in ASCII format accepts backslash (\) as an input
but is not displayed in the output (Use show runnig config to view
the output). Use double backslash to represent a single backslash.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp option option189 189 ascii
RFSwitch(config)#
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17.1.23 service
DHCP Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-dhcp) instance
configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
show cli
Displays the CLI tree of the current mode
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#service show cli
DHCP Server Config mode:
+-address
+-range
+-A.B.C.D [address range A.B.C.D ( A.B.C.D |)]
+-A.B.C.D [address range A.B.C.D ( A.B.C.D |)]
+-bootfile
+-WORD [bootfile WORD]
+-class
+-WORD [class WORD]
+-client-identifier
+-WORD [client-identifier WORD]
+-client-name
+-WORD [client-name WORD]
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-ddns
+-domainname
+-WORD [ddns domainname WORD]
+-multiple-user-class [ddns multiple-user-class]
+-server
+-A.B.C.D [ddns server A.B.C.D (A.B.C.D|)]
.........................
......................................................
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.24 show
DHCP Config Commands
Displays current system information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000: port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
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firewall
ftp
history
interfaces
ip
ldap
licenses
logging
buffer
mac
mac-address-table
mac-name
management
mobility
ntp
password-encryption
port
port-channel
privilege
radius
redundancy
rtls
role
running-config
securitymgr
sessions
connections
smtp-notification
snmp
snmp-server
spanning-tree
startup-config
static-channel-group
terminal
parameters
timezone
traffic-shape
upgrade-status
users
logged
version
wireless
wlan-acl
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
Wireless firewall
Display FTP Server configuration
Display the session command history
Interface status
Internet Protocol (IP)
LDAP server
Show any installed licenses
Show logging configuration and
Internet Protocol (IP)
Display MAC address table
Displays the configured mac names
Display L3 Managment Interface name
Display Mobility parameters
Network time protocol
password encryption
Physical/Aggregate port interface
Portchannel commands
Show current privilege level
RADIUS configuration commands
Display redundancy group parameters
Real Time Locating System commands
Configure role parameters
Current Operating configuration
Securitymgr parameters
Display current active open
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display spanning tree information
Contents of startup configuration
static channel group membership
Display terminal configuration
Display timezone
Display traffic shaping
Display last image upgrade status
Display information about currently
in users
Display software & hardware version
Wireless configuration commands
wlan based acl
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17.1.25 update
DHCP Config Commands
Controls the usage of the DDNS service
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
update dns override
Parameters
update dns override
Controls the usage of the DDNS service
• dns override – Dynamic DNS Configuration
• override – Enable Dynamic Updates by
onboard DHCP Server
Usage Guidelines
A DHCP client cannot perform updates for RR’s A, TXT and PTR. Use
update (dns) (override) to enable the internal DHCP Server to send DDNS updates
for resource records (RR’s) A, TXT and PTR. The DHCP Server can override the client, even
if the client is configured to perform the updates.
In the network pool of DHCP Server, FQDN is configured as the DDNS domain name. This
is used internally in DHCP packets between the switch’s DHCP Server and the DNS server.
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#update dns override
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.1.26 unitcast-enable
DHCP Config Commands
Enables unicast for DHCP offer and DHCP Ack
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
unicast-enable
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#unicast-enable
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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17.2 Configuring the DHCP Server using Switch CLI
The switch DHCP configuration is conducted by creating pools and mapping them to L3
interfaces (SVI).
• A Network pool is the pool with “include” ranges. When the network pool is mapped
to a L3 interface, DHCP clients requesting IPs from the L3 interface get an IP from the
configured range.
• A host pool is the pool used to assign static/fixed IP address to DHCP clients.
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17.2.1 Creating network pool
To create a network pool:
1. Create a DHCP server dynamic address pool.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool test
2. Map the DHCP pool to the network pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#network 192.168.0.0/24
3. Add the address range for the dynamic pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#address range 192.168.0.30 192.168.0.60
4. Assign a domain name (as appropriate) to this dynamic pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#domain-name test.com
5. Configure the DNS server’s IP address.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#dns-server 192.168.0.10 192.168.0.11
6. Configure the DHCP client’s IP address lease period.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#lease 10
7. Exit from the DHCP instance upon creation of the network pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#exit
8. Start the DHCP server to initiate the network pool.
RFSwitch(config)#service dhcp
DHCP Server Instance
17.2.2 Creating a Host Pool
To create a host pool:
1. Create a DHCP server host address pool.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool hostpool
2. Assign the client name of the host for which static allocation is required.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#client-name linuxbox
3. Assign an IP address for the host.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#host 192.168.0.50
4. Configure the hardware address of the host.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#hardware 00:a0:f8:6f:6b:88
5. Exit from the DHCP instance upon creation of the network pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#exit
6. Start the DHCP Server to instantiate the network pool.
RFSwitch(config)#service dhcp
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17.2.3 Troubleshooting DHCP Configuration
1. The DHCP Server is disabled by default. Use the following command to enable the
DHCP Server:
RFSwitch(config)#service dhcp
This command administratively enables the DHCP server. If the DHCP configuration is
incomplete, it is possible the DHCP server will be disabled even after the execution of
this command.
2. Use the network command to map the network pool to interface.
network 192.168.0.0/24
In the above example, 192.168.0.0/24 represents the L3 interface. When you execute
this command, no check is performed to endorse whether an interface (with the
specified IP/Netmask) exists. The verification is not performed because you can create
a pool and map it to non existing L3 interface.
When you add a L3 interface and assign an IP address to it, the DHCP server gets
enabled/started on this interface. If you have a pool for network 192.168.0.0/24, but
the L3 interface is 192.168.0.0/16, DHCP is not enabled on 192.168.0.0/16, since it is
different from 192.168.0.0/24.
3. A network pool without any include range is as good as not having a pool. Add a
include range using the address range command.
address range 192.168.0.30 192.168.0.30
4. To work properly, a host pool should have the following 3 items configured:
• client-name (CLI is client-name <name>)
• fixed-address CLI is host <ip>)
• hardware-address/client-identifier
The hardware address is hardware-address <addr>
The client-identifier is client-identifier <id>
If you use client-identifier instead of hardware-address, a DHCP client
sends the client-identifier when it requests for IP address. The Client - identifier has to
be configured in the DHCP Client as an ASCII value and the same has to be used in the
DHCP server option (for example, the Client- identifier option).
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5. A host pool should have its corresponding network pool configured, otherwise the host
pool is useless. The fixed IP address configured in the host pool must be in the subnet
of the corresponding network pool.
6. If you create a pool and map it to an interface, it automatically gets enabled, provided
DHCP is enabled at a global level. Use the no network command to disable DHCP on
a per pool/interface basis.
7. To set a newly created pool as a network pool, use one of the following commands:
• network (for example, network 192.168.0.0/24)
• address range
192.168.0.50)
(for example, address range 192.168.0.30
8. To set a newly created pool as a host pool, use one of the following commands:
• host (for example, host 192.168.0.1)
• client-name (For example, client-name "MailUsers")
• client-identifier (For example, client-identifier
"aabb:ccdd")
• hardware-address (For example, hardware-address
“aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff”)
9. A pool can be configured either as the host pool or network pool, but not both.
10.A host pool can have either client-identifier or hardware-address
configured, but not both.
11.An excluded address range has a higher precedence than an included address range.
Thus, if a range is part of both an excluded and included range, it will be excluded.
12.DHCP options are first defined at the global level using ip dhcp option <name>
<code> <type>. The value for these options are defined using the option under the
DHCP pool context.
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17.2.4 Creating a DHCP Option
To create a DHCP option:
1. To create a non standard option named “tftp-server”.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp option tftp-server 183 ip
2. Enter the DHCP pool —”test”.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool test
3. Assign a value to the DHCP option configured above.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#option tftp-server 192.168.0.100
4. Exit the DHCP instance.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#exit
DHCP Class Instance
Use the (config-dhcpclass) instance to configure DHCP user classes. The switch supports
a maximum of 8 user classes per DHCP class. To navigate to this instance use the
command:
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp class <class-name>
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
Refer to ip on page 12-10 and DHCP Class Instance on page 18-1 for other DHCP related
configurations.
18.1 DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Table 18.1 summarizes config-std-nacl commands:
Table 18.1 DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 18-3
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 18-4
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous
mode
page 18-5
help
Displays the interactive help system in HTML format page 18-6
multiple-userclass
Enables multiple user class options
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Table 18.1 DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Command
Description
Ref.
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 18-8
option
Defines DHCP Server options
page 18-9
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
page 18-11
service
(config-if) instance configurations
show
Displays running system information
page 18-12
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18.1.1 clrscr
DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
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18.1.2 end
DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#end
RFSwitch#
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18.1.3 exit
DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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18.1.4 help
DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help in HTML format
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
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18.1.5 multiple-user-class
DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Enables the multiple-user-class option
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
multiple-user-class
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#multiple-user-class
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
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18.1.6 no
DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [multiple-user-class|option]
np option user-class <class-name>
Parameters
multiple-user-class
Disables the multiple user class option
option user-class
<class-name>
Modifies the parameters of existing DHCP server options
• user-class <class-name> – Configures DHCP-Server user
class options
• <class-name> – ASCII value of user-class option
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#no multiple-user-class
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
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18.1.7 option
DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Specifies a value for DHCP user class options
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
option user-class <class-name>
Parameters
user-class <class-name>
Creates/modifies DHCP server user class options
• <class-name> – ASCII value of user-class option
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#option user-class MC800
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
18.1.7.1 Creating a DHCP User Class
Complete the steps below to create a DHCP user class:
1. Create a DHCP class named RFS7000DHCPclass. The switch supports a maximum of
32 DHCP classes.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp class RFS7000DHCPclass
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
2. Create a USER class named MC800. The privilege mode changes to (configdhcpclass). The switch supports a maximum of 8 user classes per DHCP class.
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#option user-class MC800
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
3. Create a Pool named WID, using the(config)# mode.
RFSwitch(config)#ip dhcp pool WID
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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4. Associate the DHCP class, created in Step 1 with the pool created in Step 3. The switch
supports the association of 8 DHCP classes with a pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#class RFS7000DHCPclass
RFSwitch(config-dhcp-class)#
5. The switch moves to a new mode (config-dhcp-class). Use this mode to add an address
range for the DHCP class associated with the pool.
RFSwitch(config-dhcp-class)#address range 11.22.33.44
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18.1.8 service
DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-if) instance configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#service show cli
DHCP Server Class Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-help [help]
+-multiple-user-class [multiple-user-class_cmd]
+-no
+-multiple-user-class [no multiple-user-class_cmd]
+-option
+-user-class
+-WORD [no option user-class WORD]
+-option
+-user-class
+-WORD [option user-class WORD]
+-quit [quit]
+-s
+-commands [show commands]
+-WORD [show commands WORD]
+-running-config [show running-config]
+-full [show running-config full]
............................................................
......
............................................................
.......RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
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18.1.9 show
DHCP Server Class Config Commands
Displays current system information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <parameters>
Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
DHCP Class Instance
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dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Display the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port
Physical/Aggregate port interface
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notification
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
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wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#show
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#show ip dhcp binding
IP
MAC/Client-Id
Expiry Time
-----------------------RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#show ip dhcp class
RFS7000DHCPclass
!
ip dhcp class DHCPclass
option user-class MC800
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#show ip dhcp pool WID
!
ip dhcp pool WID
class RFS7000DHCPclass
address range 11.22.33.44
RFSwitch(config-dhcpclass)#
Radius Server Instance
Use the (config-radsrv) instance to configure local RADIUS server parameters.
Local (Onboard) RADIUS server commands are listed under this mode. To navigate to this
instance, use the command:
RFSwitch(config)#radius-server local
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
19.1 Radius Configuration Commands
Table 19.1 summarizes the Global Config command:
Table 19.1 RADIUS Server Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
authentication Configures the authentication scheme used with the
RADIUS server
page 19-3
ca
Defines CA parameters
page 19-5
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 19-6
crl-check
Enables a Certificate Revocation List (CRL) check
page 19-7
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 19-8
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 19-9
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Table 19.1 RADIUS Server Command Summary
Command
group
Description
Sets RADIUS user group parameters.
Ref.
page 19-10
NOTE: This command navigates to another
sub-instance called config-radsrv-group with
its own command summary.
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 19-23
ldap-server
Sets LDAP server parameters
page 19-24
nas
Sets RADIUS client parameters
page 19-27
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 19-28
proxy
Defines the RADIUS proxy server configuration
page 19-29
rad-user
Sets the RADIUS user configuration
page 19-31
server
Configures server certificate parameters
page 19-34
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
(config-radsrv) instance configurations
page 19-35
show
Displays running system information
page 19-36
ldap-groupverification
Sets LDAP Group Verification
page 19-38
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19.1.1 authentication
Radius Configuration Commands
Configures the authentication scheme used with the RADIUS server
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
authentication [data-source|eap-auth-type]
authentication data-source [ldap|local]
authentication eap-auth-type [all|peap-gtc|
peap-mschapv2|tls|ttls-md5|ttls-mschapv2|ttls-pap]
Parameters
authentication
data-source [ldap|local]
Configures authentication
• data-source [ldap|local] – Sets the RADIUS data source
for user authentication
• ldap - Remote LDAP Server
• local - Local user database
eap-auth-type [all|
peap-gtc|
peap-mschapv2|tls|
ttls-md5|ttls-mschapv2
ttls-pap]
Defines RADIUS EAP and default authentication
configurations
• all – Enables TTLS and PEAP settings
• peap-gtc – Defines the EAP and PEAP settings used with
the default authentication configuration
• peap-mschapv2 – Sets the EAP/PEAP type used with
mschapv2
• tls – Defines an EAP/TLS configuration scheme
• ttls-md5 – Sets the EAP/TTLS configuration used with
the default md5 authentication scheme
• ttls-mschapv2 – Sets the EAP/TTLS configuration used
with the default mschapv2 authentication scheme
• ttls-pap – Sets the EAP/TTLS configuration used with the
default pap authentication scheme
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Usage Guidelines
Set eap-auth-type to all to service RADIUS requests received from mobile units.
Setting eap-auth-type to peap-gtc/peap-mschapv2 ensures
peap-gtc/peap-mschapv2 service only.
Similarly, setting eap-auth-type to ttls-md5/ttls-mschapv2/ttls-pap
services all ttls authentication requests from mobile units.
Setting eap-auth-type to tls ensures only tls authentication is serviced.
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#authentication eap-auth-type peapmschapv2
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#authentication data-source ldap
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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19.1.2 ca
Radius Configuration Commands
Configures CA (Certificate Authority) parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ca trust-point <trustpoint-name>
Parameters
trust-point
<trustpoint-name>
Defines the trustpoint configuration
• <trustpoint-name> – Displays the existing trustpoint
name
Usage Guidelines
Configures the trustpoint used by the local RADIUS server. Create the trustpoint before
it can be used by the crypto pki trustpoint command.
The default trust point in use is – default-trustpoint.
Example
RFSwitch(config)#radius-server local
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#ca trust-point tp1
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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19.1.3 clrscr
Radius Configuration Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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19.1.4 crl-check
Radius Configuration Commands
Enables a Certificate Revocation List (CRL) check
To enable the certificate revocation list, ensure the crl list is loaded using a
crypto pki import <trustpoint-name> crl command.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
crl-check enable
Parameters
enable
Enables the CRL check
Usage Guidelines
TLS uses certificates for authentication. CRL (updated with a trustpoint), contains index
numbers of revoked certificates. The CRL checks for any revoked certificates used for tls
authentication.
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#crl-check enable
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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19.1.5 end
Radius Configuration Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#end
RFSwitch#
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19.1.6 exit
Radius Configuration Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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19.1.7 group
Radius Configuration Commands
Configures RADIUS user groups
The CLI moves to the config-radsrv-group sub-instance to create a new group.
The prompt changes from RFSwitch(config-radsrv)# to
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Table 19.2 summarizes the RADIUS user group commands within the
(config-radsrv-group) sub-instance.
Table 19.2 RADIUS User Group Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 19-11
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode page 19-11
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous
mode
page 19-11
group
Sets RADIUS user group parameters
page 19-12
guest-group
Defines guest group permissions
page 19-12
help
Displays the interactive help system in HTML format page 19-13
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 19-14
policy
Defines the RADIUS group access policy
configuration
page 19-15
rad-user
Adds a RADIUS user to this group
page 19-17
rate-limit
Sets rate limit for group
page 19-17
service
Invokes RADIUS service commands if stopped
page 19-18
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Table 19.2 RADIUS User Group Command Summary
Command
show
Description
Displays running system information
Ref.
page 19-19
19.1.7.1 clrscr
group
Clears the display screen
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
19.1.7.2 end
group
Ends and exits the current mode and changes to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#end
RFSwitch#
19.1.7.3 exit
group
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (config-radsrv)). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#.
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Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#exit
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#group
19.1.7.4 group
group
Establishes RADIUS user group parameters. This command creates a group within the
existing RADIUS group
Syntax
group <group-name>
Parameters
<group-name>
Defines the RADIUS group name
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#group TestGroup
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
19.1.7.5 guest-group
group
Manages a guest user linked with a hotspot. Create a guest-user and associate it with the
guest-group. The guest-user and the policies of the guest group are used for hotspot
authentication/authorization.
Syntax
guest-group enable
Parameters
guest-group enable
Defines this group as a guest group
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Usage Guidelines
Creates a guest group. The guest user created using rad-user can only be part of the
guest group.
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#guest-group enable
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
19.1.7.6 help
group
Displays the system’s interactive help in HTML format.
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
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19.1.7.7 no
group
Use this command to negate a command or set its defaults
Syntax
no
no
no
no
[policy|rad-user|rate-limit]
policy [day|time|vlan|wlan]
policy wlan [<1-256>|all] <1-256>
rate-limit [wired-to-wireless|wireless-to-wired]
Parameters
policy [day|time|vlan|
wlan]
Defines the RADIUS group access policy configuration
• day – Resets the access policy (days of permitted access)
for this group
• time – Configures the group’s hourly access permissions
• vlan – Sets the VLAN ID for the group
• wlan [<1-256>|all] – Configures WLAN access policy for
this group
• <1-256> – Sets the WLAN range for the access policy
• all – Removes all the WLAN allowed
rad-user [<name>|all]
Removes a user from this group
• <name> – Defines an existing user name in this group
• all – Removes all users from this group
rate-limit
[wired-to-wireless|
wireless-to-wired]
Negate a command or set its defaults
• wired-to-wireless –uplink direction - from wireless client
to network
• wireless-to-wired – down-link-direction - from network
to wireless client
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#no policy day
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#no policy time
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RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#no policy vlan
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#no policy wlan 2 5
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#no rad-user all
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#no service radius
%%Info: Radius service stopped...
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
19.1.7.8 policy
group
Sets the authorization policies for a particular group (like day/time of access, WLANs
allowed etc.).
NOTE: A user-based VLAN is effective only if dynamic VLAN
authorization is enabled for the WLAN (as defined within the WLAN
Configuration screen).
Syntax
policy
policy
policy
policy
[day|time|vlan|wlan]
day [all|su|mo|tu|we|th|fr|sa|weekdays]
time [start <0-23> <0-59>] [end <0-23> <0-59>]
vlan <1-4094>
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Parameters
day
[all|su|mo|tu|we|th|fr|sa|
weekdays]
Day of access policy configuration
• all – All days (from Sunday to Saturday)
• su – Sunday
• mo – Monday
• tu – Tuesday
• we – Wednesday
• th – Thursday
• fr – Friday
• sa – Saturday
• weekdays – Allows access only during weekdays (M-F)
time [start <0-23>
<0-59>] [end <0-23> <0-59>]
Sets the access policy time for this group
• start – Sets the start time
• end – Defines the end time (must be greater than the
start time)
• <0-23> – Sets the hourly (hh) access limit
• <0-59> – Sets the minute (mm) access limit
vlan <1-4096>
Sets the VLAN ID for this group
• <1-4096> – Defines the VLAN range
wlan <1-256>
Sets the WLAN access policy for this group
• <1-256> – Sets the WLAN index
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#policy day weekdays
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#policy time start 12 12 end 22
22
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#policy vlan 20
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
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RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#policy wlan 20 21 22 23
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
19.1.7.9 rad-user
Radius Configuration Commands
Adds an existing RADIUS user to this group. If the RADIUS user is not available in the
Onboard RADIUS server’s database, create a new RADIUS user using the rad-user
command from within the (config-radsrv) mode.
For more information, see rad-user on page 19-31.
Syntax
rad-user <name>
Parameters
<name>
Existing RADIUS user name
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#rad-user user1 password user1
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#group group1
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#rad-user user1
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
19.1.7.10 rate-limit
Radius Configuration Commands
Sets the rate limit for the RADIUS Server group
Syntax
rate-limit [wired-to-wireless|wireless-to-wired ]
<100-100000>
Parameters
wired-to-wireless
<100-100000>
Down link direction from network to wireless client
• <100-100000> – Rate in the range of <100-100000> kbps
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wireless-to-wired
<100-100000>
Up link direction from wireless client to network
• <100-100000> – Rate in the range of <100-100000> kbps
Usage Guidelines
Use [no] rate-limit [wired-to-wireless|wireless-to-wired]to remove the
rate limit applied to the group.
[no] rate-limit [wireless-to-wired]
sets the rate limit back to unlimited
Example
RFS6000(config-radsrv-group)#rate-limit wired-to-wireless
100
RFS6000(config-radsrv-group)#
RFS6000(config-radsrv-group)#rate-limit wireless-to-wired
1000
RFS6000(config-radsrv-group)#
19.1.7.11 service
Radius Configuration Commands
Invokes RADIUS service commands (if they have been stopped). This command enables
the RADIUS server. A RADIUS restart is executed only from the config mode.
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#service show cli
Radius user group configuration mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-group
+-WORD [group WORD]
+-guest-group
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+-enable [guest-group enable]
+-help [help]
............................................................
............................................................
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.....................
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
19.1.7.12 show
Radius Configuration Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
arpi
ARPI Configuration
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
environment
show environmental information
espi
ESPI Configuration
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firwall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
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ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-name
Displays the co nfigured MAC names
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption password encryption
power
show power over ethernet command
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
redundancy-history
Display state transition history of
role
Configure role parameters
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notifications
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
sole
Smart Opportunistic Location Engine
Configuration
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
tags
Tags/Assets (passive, active, wi-fi,
uwb)
Information
static-channel-group Display static channel group
membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#
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19.1.7.13 Example–Creating a Group
The (config-radsrv-group) sub-instance is explained in the example below:
1. Create a group called Sales in the local RADIUS server database.
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#group sales
2. Check the RADIUS user group’s configuration.
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#?
RADIUS user group configuration commands:
3. Use a policy command to configure group policies for the group created in Step 1.
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#policy ?
day
Day of access policy configuration
time Configure time of access policy for this group
vlan VLAN id for this group
wlan Configure wlan access policy for this group
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#policy day weekdays
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#policy time start 12 30 end 15 30
4. Use the policy vlan command to assign a VLAN ID of 10 to the Sales group.
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#policy vlan 10
5. Use the policy wlan command to allow only authorized users to access this group’s
WLAN.
RFSwitch(config-radsrv-group)#policy wlan 1 2 5
6. Use (config-radsrv)#rad-user to create a user called testuser and add it to
the group.
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#rad-user testuser password testpassword
group sales
Mar 07 17:41:55 2008: RADCONF: Adding user "testuser" into local
database
Mar 07 17:41:55 2008: RADCONF: User "testuser" is added to group
"sales"
7. Use (config-radsrv)#nas to add a NAS entry for the group.
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#nas ?
A.B.C.D/M Radius client IP address
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#nas 10.10.10.0/24 ?
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key
Radius client shared secret
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#nas 10.10.10.0/24 key ?
0
Password is specified UNENCRYPTED
2
Password is encrypted with password-encryption secret
LINE The secret(client shared secret), upto 32 characters
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#nas 10.10.10.0/24 key 0 very-secret!!
8. Use (config-radsrv)#proxy to add a realm name for the group.
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#proxy realm mydomain.com server
10.10.1.10 port 1812 secret 0 testing
9. Save the changes and restart the RADIUS server.
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#service radius restart
Mar 07 17:48:04 2006: %PM-5-PROCSTOP: Process "radiusd" has been
stopped
Mar 07 17:48:05 2006: RADCONF: radius config files generated
successfully
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#Mar 07 17:48:05 2006: %DAEMON-6-INFO:
radiusd[8830]: Ready to process requests.
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19.1.8 help
Radius Configuration Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help in HTML format
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#help?
help Description of the interactive help system
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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19.1.9 ldap-server
Radius Configuration Commands
Sets the LDAP server configuration
It uses the existing external database (active directory with the onboard RADIUS server)
instead of the local database on the switch.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ldap-server [primary|secondary] host <IP>
ldap-server primary host <IP> port <1-65535>
login <user-name> bind-dn <distinguished-name> base-dn
<distinguished-name> passwd {<password>|<password>
|<password>} passwd-attr <password-attribute>
group-attr <group-attribute> group-filter
<group-filter> group-membership <group> net-timeout <1-10>
ldap-server secondary host <IP> port <1-65535> login <username> bind-dn <distinguished-name> base-dn <distinguishedname> passwd {<password>|<password>|
<password>} passwd-attr <password-attribute>
group-attr <group-attribute> group-filter <group-filter>
group-membership <group> net-timeout <1-10>
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Parameters
ldap-server primary host
<IP> port <1-65535>
login <user-name>
bind-dn
<distinguished-name>
base-dn
<distinguished-name>
passwd {<password>|
<password>|<password>
} passwd-attr
<password-attribute>
group-attr
<group-attribute>
group-filter
<group-filter>
group-membership
<group> net-timeout
<1-10>
Sets the primary LDAP server’s configuration
• host < IP> – Sets the LDAP server’s IP configuration
• <IP> – Defines the LDAP server IP address
• port <number> – Enter the TCP/IP port number for the
LDAP server acting as the data source
• login <user-name> – Use the following as the login:
(sAMAccountName=%{Stripped-UserName:-%{User-Name}})
• bind-dn <distinguished-name> – Specifies the
distinguished name to bind with the LDAP server
• base-dn <distinguished-name> – Specifies a
distinguished name that establishes the base object
for the search. The base object is the point in the LDAP
tree at which to start searching.
• passwd {<password>|<password>|<password>} –
Sets a valid password for the LDAP server
• passwd-attr <password-attribute> – Enter the
password attribute used by the LDAP server for
authentication
• group-attr <group-attribute> – Specifies the group
attribute used by the LDAP server
• group-filter <group-filter> – Specifies the group filters
used by the LDAP server
• group-membership <group> – Specifies the Group
Member Attribute sent to the LDAP server when
authenticating users
• net-timeout<1-10> – Enter a timeout the system uses
to terminate the connection to the RADIUS Server if
no activity is detected
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ldap-server secondary host Defines the secondary LDAP server’s configuration.
<IP> port <1-65535> login
<user-name> bind-dn
<distinguished-name>
base-dn
<distinguished-name>
passwd
{<password>|<password>
|<password>}
passwd-attr <passwordattribute> group-attr
<group-attribute>
group-filter <group-filter>
group-membership
<group> net-timeout
<1-10>
Usage Guidelines
Use the login filter and group filter values (described in the example below) for all LDAP
configuration scenarios
Use the passwd parameter to enter the password for the active directory user mentioned
in bind -dn. This is used for the initial login to the active directory.
The passwd-attr and group-membership is retained as described in the following
example:
Example
RFSwitch(config)#ldap-server primary host xxx.xxx.x.xx port
389 login (sAMAccountName=%{Stripped-User-Name:-%{UserName}}) bin
d-dn cn=admin,ou=wid,dc=symbolTech,dc=local base-dn
ou=wid,dc=symbolTech,dc=local passwd SYMBOL@123 passwd-attr
UserPassword
group-attr cn group-filter
(|(&(objectClass=group)(member=%{LdapUserDn}))(&(objectClass=GroupOfUniqueNames)(uniquemember=%{L
dap-UserDn}))) group-membership radiusGroupName net-timeout
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19.1.10 nas
Radius Configuration Commands
Sets the configuration of the RADIUS client
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
nas <IP/Mask> key [0<key>|2<key>|<key>]
Parameters
<IP/Mask>
Sets the RADIUS client’s IP address
[0<key>|2<key>|<key>]
Sets the RADIUS client’s shared key
• 0 – Defines the Password as UNENCRYPTED
• 2 – Password is encrypted with password-encryption
secret
• LINE – Defines the secret (client shared secret) up to 32
characters
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#nas ?
A.B.C.D/M Radius client IP address
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#nas 10.10.10.0/24 ?
key Radius client shared secret
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#nas 10.10.10.0/24 key ?
0
Password is specified UNENCRYPTED
2
Password is encrypted with password-encryption secret
LINE The secret(client shared secret), upto 32 characters
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#nas 10.10.10.0/24 key 0 very-secret!!
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19.1.11 no
Radius Configuration Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [authentication|ca|crl-check|group|ldap-server|nas|proxy|
rad-user|server]
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#no authentication data-source
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#no ca trust-point
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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19.1.12 proxy
Radius Configuration Commands
Configures a proxy RADIUS server based on the realm/suffix
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
proxy [realm|retry-count|retry-delay]
proxy relam <relam-name> server <IP> port <1024-65535>
secret{<secret>|<secret>|<secret>}
Parameters
relam <relam-name>
server <IP> port
<1024-65535> secret
{<secret>|<secret>|
<secret>}
The realm name is a string of up to 50 characters
• server <IP> – Sets the proxy server IP address
• port <1024-65535> – Sets the proxy server port number
• secret {<secret>|<secret>|<secret>} – Sets the proxy
server secret string
• <secret> – Password is specified UNENCRYPTED
• <secret> – Password is encrypted with a password
encryption secret
• <secret> – Sets the proxy server shared secret up to
32 characters
retry-count <3-6>
Defined the proxy server retry count value
retry-delay<5-10>
Defines the proxy server retry delay time (in seconds)
Usage Guidelines
Only five RADIUS proxy servers can be configured. The proxy server attempts six retries
before it times out. The retry count defines the number of times the switch transmits each
RADIUS request before giving up. The timeout value defines the duration for which the
switch waits for a reply to a RADIUS request before retransmitting the request.
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Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#proxy realm Test server 10.10.10.1
port 2220 secret "Very Very Secret !!!"
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#proxy retry-count 5
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#proxy retry-delay 8
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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19.1.13 rad-user
Radius Configuration Commands
Sets RADIUS user parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
rad-user <user-name>
rad-user <user-name> [access|password|privilege]
rad-user <user-name> access [console|ssh|telnet|web]
rad-user <user-name> password [0<password>|2<password>
|<password>] group guest expiry-time <HH:MM> expiry-date
<MM:DD:YYYY> start-time <HH:MM> start-date <MM:DD:YYYY>]
rad-user <user-name> privilege [helpdesk|monitor|
nwadmin|superuser|sysadmin|webadmin]
Parameters
<user-name>
[access|console|ssh
|telnet|web>]
Enter a user name up to 64 characters in length
• access [console|ssh|telnet|web>] – Set management
user access mode
• console – Only allowed from console
• ssh – Only allowed from ssh
• telnet – Only allowed from telnet
• web – Only allowed from applet
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password
[0<password>|2<passwo
rd>|<password>] group
guest expiry-time
<HH:MM> expiry-date
<MM:DD:YYYY>
start-time <HH:MM>
start-date
<MM:DD:YYYY>]
Sets the RADIUS user password
• 0 <password> – Defines the password as
UNENCRYPTED
• 2 <password> – The password is encrypted with a
password encryption secret
• <password> – Sets a password up to 21 characters in
length
• group – Radius server group configuration
• <group-name> – Existing group name in local
database
• guest – Enable guest user access
• expiry-time <HH:MM> – Time of expiry
• expiry-date <MM:DD:YYYY> – Date of expiry
• start-time <HH:MM> – User account activation
time
• start-date <MM:DD:YYYY> – User access start
date
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privilege
[helpdesk|monitor|
nwadmin|superuser|
sysadmin|webadmin]
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Set management user access privilege
• helpdesk
[monitor|nwadmin|superuser|sysadmin|webadmin]–
helpdesk (troubleshooting) access
• monitor
[helpdesk|nwadmin|superuser|sysadmin|webadmin]–
Monitor (read-only) access
• nwadmin
[helpdesk|monitor|superuser|sysadmin|webadmin]–
Network (wired&wireless) admin access
superuser[helpdesk|monitor|nwadmin|sysadmin|webad
min–
Superuser (root) access
• sysadmin
[helpdesk|monitor|nwadmin|superuser|webadmin]
– System <general system configuration>admin access
• webadmin
[helpdesk|monitor|nwadmin|superuser|sysadmin]–
Web auth (hotspot) user admin access
Usage Guidelines
Use group, guest, expiry-time expiry-date, start-time and start-date
parameters to create a RADIUS guest user.
The RADIUS user group specified while creating a guest user must be a guest-group.
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#rad-user TestRadUser password "I SPY
U"
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#rad-user guest1 password 0 password1
group guest-group
guest expiry-time 12:12 expiry-date 05:12:2007 start-time
12:12 start-date 05:11:2007
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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19.1.14 server
Radius Configuration Commands
Configures server certificate parameters used by a RADIUS server
The server certificate is a part of a trustpoint created using crypto on page 5-22.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
server trust-point <trust-point name>
Parameters
server trust-point
<trust-point name>
Configures server certificate parameters
• trust-point <trust-point name> – Sets the trustpoint
configuration
• <trust-point name> – Existing trustpoint name
Usage Guidelines
Create a trustpoint using (crypto-pki-trustpoint). The server certificate must be
created under the trustpoint using crypto-pki commands. Refer to crypto on page 5-22 for
more information.
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#server trust-point TestTP
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
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19.1.15 service
Radius Configuration Commands
Invokes the service commands to troubleshoot or debug the (config-radsrv) instance
configuration
This command is also used to enable the RADIUS server.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#service show cli
Radius Configuration mode:
+-authentication
+-data-source
+-ldap [authentication data-source (local|ldap)]
+-local [authentication data-source (local|ldap)]
+-eap-auth-type
+-all [authentication eap-auth-type (ttls-md5|ttlspap|ttls-mschapv2|peap-gt
c|peap-mschapv2|tls|all)]
+-peap-gtc [authentication eap-auth-type (ttls-md5|ttlspap|ttls-mschapv2|pe
ap-gtc|peap-mschapv2|tls|all)]
+-peap-mschapv2 [authentication eap-auth-type (ttlsmd5|ttls-pap|ttls-mschap
v2|peap-gtc|peap-mschapv2|tls|all)]
+-tls [authentication eap-auth-type (ttls-md5|ttlspap|ttls-mschapv2|peap-gt
c|peap-mschapv2|tls|all)]
+-ttls-md5 [authentication eap-auth-type (ttls-md5|ttlspap|ttls-mschapv2|pe
ap-gtc|peap-mschapv2|tls|all)]
+-ttls-mschapv2 [authentication eap-auth-type (ttlsmd5|ttls-
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Radius Configuration Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
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environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port
Physical/Aggregate port interface
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notifications
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#show
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19.1.17 ldap-group-verification
Radius Configuration Commands
Displays ldap group verification settings
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ldap-group-verification [disable|enable]
Parameters
ldap-group-verification
[disable|enable]
Displays ldap group verification settings
• disable – Disables group verification
• enable – Enables group verification
Example
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#ldap-group-verification disable
RFSwitch(config-radsrv)#
Wireless Instance
Use the (config-wireless) instance to configure local RADIUS server parameters
associated with the switch.
To navigate to this instance, use the command from the Global Config mode.
RFSwitch(config)#wireless
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
20.1 Wireless Configuration Commands
This table summarizes (config-wireless) commands:
Command
Description
Ref.
aap
Sets Adaptive AP (AAP) related commands
page 20-5
admission-control
Enable admission control across all radios
page 20-7
adopt-unconf-radio
Adopts a radio even if its not yet configured.
The default templates can be used for
configuration.
page 20-8
adoption-pref-id
Used as a preference identifier for this switch.
All radios configured with this preference
identifier are more likely to be adopted by this
switch.
page 20-9
ap
Displays access port related commands
page 20-10
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Command
Description
Ref.
ap-containment
Defines the Rogue AP containment
configuration
page 20-13
ap-detection
Defines the AP detection configuration
page 20-14
ap-image
Defines the path to upload the new image over
an AP
page 20-16
ap-ip
Modifies static IP information for access ports
page 20-17
ap-standby-attemptsthreshold
Sets the number of attempts after which the
stand-by switch starts adopting APs
page 20-19
ap-timeout
Changes the default inactivity timeout for
access ports
page 20-20
ap-udp-port
Configures the UDP port for AP L3 adoption.
Enable this option in the DHCP Server
supporting this access-port.
page 20-21
auto-select-channels
Configures the channels that will be used
when ACS or DFS is performed.
page 20-22
broadcast-tx-speed
Sets the rate at which broadcast and multicast
traffic is transmitted
page 20-23
client
Defines the wireless client configuration
page 20-24
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 20-28
cluster-master-support Changes settings for cluster master support.
This is required for cluster-level functions
page 20-29
convert-ap
Changes an AP’s mode of operation
page 20-30
country-code
Configures the country of operation. All
existing radio configurations are erased.
page 20-33
debug
Debugging functions.
page 20-34
Wireless Instance
Command
20-3
Description
Ref.
dhcp-one-portalforward
Enables forwarding of DHCP responses to one
portal.
page 20-37
dhcp-sniff-state
Records mobile unit DHCP state information
page 20-38
dot11-shared-key-auth Enables support for 802.11 shared key
authentication
page 20-39
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC
mode
page 20-40
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the
previous mode
page 20-41
fix-broadcast-dhcp-rsp
Converts broadcast DHCP server responses to
unicast responses
page 20-42
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 20-43
hotspot
Configures Hotspot configuration information.
page 20-44
ids
Sets intrusion detection configuration
commands
page 20-45
load-balance
Sets the user load balance mode
page 20-50
mac-auth-local
Defines the local MAC authentication list
page 20-51
manual-wlan-mapping
Allows the manual mapping/un-mapping of
WLANs to configured radios
page 20-53
mobile-unit
Configures mobile unit parameters
page 20-54
mobility
Configures mobility parameters
page 20-55
multicast-packet-limit
Sets a multicast packet limit (per second) for a
VLAN
page 20-56
multicast-throttlewatermark
Configures watermarks for handling bursts of
broadcast/multicast frames
page 20-57
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Command
Description
Ref.
nas-id
Configures the NAS ID to be sent to the
RADIUS server.
page 20-58
nas-port-id
Configures the NAS port to be sent to the
RADIUS server.
page 20-59
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 20-60
proxy-arp
Responds to ARP requests from the RON to a
WLAN on behalf of MUs
page 20-61
qos-mapping
Defines the QoS mapping between wired and
wireless domains
page 20-62
radio
Defines the radio’s configuration
page 20-64
rate-limit
Sets the default rate limit (per user)
page 20-78
secure-wispe-defaultsecret
Configure default shared secret for secure
wispe
page 20-79
self-heal
Sets the self healing configuration
page 20-80
sensor
Defines the Wireless Intrusion Protection
System (WIPS) configuration
page 20-82
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or
debugs the (config-wireless) instance
configuration
page 20-84
show
Displays running system information
page 20-97
smart-rf
Config Smart-RF Management Parameters
page 20-100
smart-scan-channels
Specify a list channels to motorola clients to
perform smart-scan
page 20-101
wlan
Sets WLAN related parameters
page 20-102
wlan-bw-allocation
Allocates radio bandwidth (per WLAN)
page 20-129
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20.1.1 aap
Wireless Configuration Commands
Defines the AAP configuration
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
The number of AAP’s supported differ from switch to switch.
• RFS7000 – Supports up to 256 AAP’s
• RFS6000 – Supports up to 64 AAP’s
Syntax
aap
aap
aap
aap
aap
[aap-version|auto-upgrade|config-apply|fwupdate]
aap-version [aap5131|aap7131] <version-number>
auto-upgrade enable
config-aaply [def-delay|mesh-delay] <3-10000>
fwupdate [<index-num>|<MAC>|unadopted]
Parameters
aap-version
[aap5131|aap7131]
<version-number>
Enables version number
• aap5131
• aap7131
• <version-number> – Configures minimum ap version
required for adoption. A firm version string in the
format X.X.X.X-XXXR
auto-upgrade enable
Enables automatic firmware upgrade of Adaptive AP on the
switch
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config-apply
[def-delay|mesh-delay]
<30-10000>
Applies AAP configuration settings
• def-delay – Sets the default time to delay before
applying AAP configuration
• <30 -10000> – Set the delay time (in seconds)
• mesh-delay – Defines the interval to delay before
applying AAP configuration to Mesh APs
• <3--10000> – Set the delay time
(in seconds)
fwupdate
[<index-num>|<MAC>|
unadopted]
Manually upgrades the specified Advanced AP. The options
are:
• <index-num> – Updates the AAP based on its index
number
• <MAC> – Updates the AAP based on its MAC Address.
An AAP can be updated based on either a single MAC
address or a list of MAC addresses or a range of MAC
addresses. Use the show wireless ap command to
view the AP index
• unadopted – Updates the unadopted AAPs
Usage Guidelines
Use {no} aap auto-upgrade enable to disable the auto-upgrade facility on the
switch
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#aap config-apply mesh-delay 300
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.2 admission-control
Wireless Configuration Commands
Enable admission control for voice traffic across all radios
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
admission-control voice enable
Parameters
voice enable
Enables admission control for voice on all radios.
Usage Guidelines
Use {no} admission-control voice enable to disable Admission Control for voice
or video on all radios.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#admission-control voice enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.3 adopt-unconf-radio
Wireless Configuration Commands
Adopts a radio (even if not yet configured). Default templates are used for configuring the
adopted radio
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
adopt-unconf-radio enable
Parameters
None
Usage Guidelines
Use the {no} adopt-unconf-radio command to switch off adopting unconfigured
radios.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#adopt-unconf-radio enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.4 adoption-pref-id
Wireless Configuration Commands
Preference identifier for the switch
All radios configured with this preference identifier are more likely to be adopted by this
switch.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
adoption-pref-id <pref-id>
Parameters
<pref-id>
Set a preference ID with a numeric value in the range of
1-65535
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#adoption-pref-id 500
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.5 ap
Wireless Configuration Commands
Defines the name, location and other parameters of access ports
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ap [<ap-index>|<ap-index-list>|<MAC>] [adoption-policy|
country-code|location|name|secure-mode|secure-mode-staging]
ap
ap
ap
ap
ap
<ap-index>
<ap-index>
<ap-index>
<ap-index>
<ap-index>
adoption-policy [allow|deny]
country-code <country-code>
location <location>
name <name>
secure-mode [enable|secret [0 <secret>|
2 <secret>|<secret>]
ap <ap-index> secure-mode-staging enable
ap
ap
ap
ap
ap
<ap-index-list>
<ap-index-list>
<ap-index-list>
<ap-index-list>
<ap-index-list>
ap
ap
ap
ap
ap
<MAC>
<MAC>
<MAC>
<MAC>
<MAC>
adoption-policy [allow|deny]
country-code <country-code>
location <location>
name <name>
secure-mode [enable|secret [0 <secret>|
2 <secret>|<secret>]
ap <ap-index-list> secure-mode-staging enable
adoption-policy [allow|deny]
country-code <country-code>
location <location>
name <name>
secure-mode [enable|secret [0 <secret>|
2 <secret>|<secret>]
ap <MAC> secure-mode-staging enable
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Parameters
<ap-index>
[adoption-policy|
country-code|location|
name|secure-code|
secure-mode-stagging]
Sets a single AP index. Use the show wireless ap
command to view the AP’s index value.
• adoption-policy [allow|deny]– Specifies adoption policy
• allow – Allow adoption
• deny – Deny adoption
• country-code <country-code> – Defines the country of
operation for the ap. Regulatory configurations such as
channels will be configured automatically.
• location <location> – Defines the location description of
the AP
• <location> – A string of upto 40 characters
• name <name>– Sets the name of this AP
• <name> – A string of upto 40 characters
• secure-mode [enable|secret] – WISPe secure mode.
Configures a shared secret to a set of APs (specified by
LIST). The AP's MAC, shared secret will be saved in the
running configuration file. If this command is not
executed for an AP, default pre-shared secret will be
assigned.
• enable – Configure secure-mode to a set of APs
(specified by LIST). The AP's MAC and mode will be
saved in the running configuration.
If secure-mode is enabled, the WISP-e for this AP is
secured
• secret [0 <secret>|2 <secret>|<secret>] – Secret is a
string of up to 64 characters
• 0 – Password is specified UNENCRYPTED
• 2 – Password is specified encrypted with
password-encryption secret
• <secret> – If the secret <secret> is not specified
then default secret will be used
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• secure-mode-staging enable – WISPe secure mode
staging
• enable – Configure secure-mode staging to a set of
APs (specified by LIST). The AP's MAC, and staging
mode will be saved in the running configuration.
In this mode, switch will send configured shared secret
in the clear in the Join response to the AP.
• Use the {no} secure-mode-staging enable
command to negate.
<ap-index-list>
[adoption-policy|
country-code|location|
name|secure-code|
secure-mode-stagging]
A list (eg: 1,3,7) or range (eg: 3-7) of AP indices from the
show wireless ap command
<MAC-address>
[adoption-policy|
country-code|location|
name|secure-code|
secure-mode-stagging]
Lists an AP’s MAC address.
Usage Guidelines
Use {no} ap <LIST> secure-mode secret to reset a shared secret for a set of APs
(specified by LIST) to the default shared secret. It is saved in the running configuration file.
Use {no} ap <list> secure-mode enable to disable secure-mode to a set of APs
(specified by LIST). The AP's MAC, and mode will be saved in the running configuration.
Use {no} ap <list> secure-mode-staging enable to disable secure-mode staging to
a set of APs (specified by LIST). The AP's MAC, and staging mode will be saved in the
running configuration. In this mode, switch will not send at all configured shared secret in
the Join response to the AP and AP will not get adopted by the switch.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap 00-15-70-14-FE-C4 location 5th
Floor SalesUnit
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap 1 location SJ NewPark
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.6 ap-containment
Wireless Configuration Commands
Sets the rogue AP containment parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ap-containment [add <MAC>|enable|interval <interval>)
Parameters
add <MAC>
Adds an AP’s MAC Address <MAC> into the rogue AP
containment list.
enable
Enables the Rogue AP Containment feature.
interval <interval>
Sets the time <interval>, a value in the rage of 20-5000,
between two Rogue AP containment processes. Time
duration is in milliseconds.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-containment enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-containment interval 300
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-containment add 00-15-70-37-fabe
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
NOTE: The effective ap -containment interval for APs is 200ms which is
channel dwell time. This remains same even if it configured to a lower
value. For single-scan-APs, the smaller values of containment will be
effective.
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20.1.7 ap-detection
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures access port detection parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ap-detection
ap-detection
ap-detection
ap-detection
period>]
ap-detection
[approved|enable|mu-assisted-scan|timeout]
approved add <list-index> [<MAC>|any]
enable
mu-assisted-scan [enable|refresh <refreshtimeout [approved|unapproved] <timeout>
Parameters
approved add
<list-index>
[<MAC>|any]
Sets the approved access port list
• add <list-index> – Adds an entry to the approved access
port list at the index <list-index>.
• <MAC> – The a MAC address <MAC> in AA-BB-CC-DDEE-FF format.
• any– Assigns any MAC address.
enable
Allows access ports to look for APs
mu-assisted-scan
[enable|
refresh <refresh-period>]
Sets mobile unit assisted scanning configuration
• enable – Enables mobile unit assisted scanning
• refresh <refresh-period>> – Defines the period
<refresh-period> (300 – 86400) (in seconds) used by all
scan-capable mobile units are polled to scan for
neighboring access ports.
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ap-detection timeout
[approved|unapproved]
<timeout>
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Sets the amount of time (in seconds ) an AP remains in the
list after it is no longer seen
• approved <timeout> – The timeout <timeout> in seconds
for approved APs.
• unapproved <timeout> – The timeout <timeout> in
seconds for unapproved APs
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-detection enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-detection approved add 150 any
any
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-detection mu-assisted-scan
enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-detection mu-assisted-scan
refresh 520
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.8 ap-image
Wireless Configuration Commands
Defines the path to upload the new image over an AP
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ap-image [ap100|ap300-ids-sensor|ap300-wisp|ap300-wispe|
ap4131|ap5131|ap7131|revert-ap4131] <file-path>
Parameters
[ap100|
ap300-ids-sensor|
ap300-wisp|
ap300-wispe|
ap4131|ap5131|ap7131|
revert-ap4131]
<file-path>
The interface to upload new AP image. The following APs
are supported:
• ap100 – AP image for AP100
• ap300-ids-sensor – IDS Sensor firmware for AP300
• ap300-wisp – WISP image for AP300
• ap300-wispe – WISPe image for AP300
• ap4131 – AP image for AP4131
• ap5131 – Adaptive AP image for AP5131
• ap7131 – Adaptive AP image for AP7131
• revert-ap4131 – AP image for revert-AP4131
• <file-path> – Path of the new AP-Image
Example
RFSwitch (config-wireless)#ap-image ap5131 flash:/
aap_10B.bin
RFSwitch (config-wireless)#
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20.1.9 ap-ip
Wireless Configuration Commands
Modifies the static IP address for an access port
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ap-ip [<AP-list/MAC>|default-ap]
ap-ip <AP-list/MAC> [static-ip|switch-ip]
ap-ip <AP-list/MAC> static-ip <IP/Mask> <gateway-IP>
ap-ip <AP-list/MAC> switch-ip [add <IP>|
delete [<IP>|<IP-index>]|<IP>|set-default]
ap-ip default-ap [add <IP address>|delete [<IP|<IP-index>]|
<IP address>)|set-default]
Parameters
ap-ip <AP-list/MAC>
[static-ip|switch-ip]
Use show wireless ap to view an AP’s index or MAC
address. Select the AP’s index / MAC Address to modify its
static IP address.
• static-ip <IP/Mask> <gateway-IP> – Sets the static IP
address, netmask and gateway address of the AP
• <IP/Mask> – Defines the static IP address and mask
• <gateway-IP>– Sets the gateway IP address
• switch-ip [add <IP>| delete [<IP>|<IP-index>]|<IP>|setdefault] – Defines the static switch IP address
• add <IP> – Adds a static switch IP address <IP>
• delete [<IP-index>|<IP>] – Deletes a static switch IP
address
• <IP-index> – A single switch IP address in the range
1-12.
• <IP> – A single IP address
• set-default – Default switch IP address
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default-ap switch-ip [
add <IP-list>|
delete [<IP-index>|<IP>]|
set-default]
Sets the default static switch IP address
• switch-ip – Static switch IP address
• add – Adds a static switch IP address
• delete[<IP-index>|<IP>] – Deletes a static switch IP
address
• <IP-index> – A single switch IP address
• <IP> – A single IP address
• set-default – Sets a default switch IP address
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-ip 1 static-ip 192.168.10.25/24
192.168.10.1
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-ip 1 switch-ip add
192.168.10.25 10.10.1.4
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-ip default-ap switch-ip setdefault
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.10 ap-standby-attempts-threshold
Wireless Configuration Commands
Sets the number of attempts after which the standby switch starts adopting APs.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ap-standby-attempts-threshold <attempts>
Parameters
<attempts>
Sets the number of attempts to <attempts> in the range
5–200.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-standby-attempts-threshold 100
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.11 ap-timeout
Wireless Configuration Commands
Changes the default inactivity timeout for access ports
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ap-timeout <index> <timeout>
Parameters
<index> <timeout>
• <index> – Access-ports identified by a single index or by
a list of indices. Use show wireless ap to view the AP’s
index or MAC address
• <timeout> – Sets the new inactivity timeout (in seconds)
to a value between 40 and 180.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-timeout 1 40
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.12 ap-udp-port
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures the UDP port for layer 3 adoption of APs
You also need to configure the DHCP server providing the APs the same parameter.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ap-udp-port <port>
Parameters
<port>
Sets the port number for layer 3 adoption of APs. <port> is
a value in the range 1-65535.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ap-udp-port 20
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.13 auto-select-channels
Wireless Configuration Commands
Specifies a list of channels that will be used when automatic channel scan (ACS) and
dynamic frequency selection (DFS)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
auto-select-channels [11a|11bg] [<channel-list>|
add <channel-list>|remove <channel-list>]
Parameters
[11a|11bg]
[<channel-list>|
add <channel-list>|
remove <channel-list>]
A comma separated list of 802.11a or 802.11bg channels
• <channel-list> – a list of comma separated channels
• add <channel-list> – adds <channel-list> channels to
existing list
• remove <channel-list>– remove <channel-list> channels
from existing list
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#auto-select-channels 11a 1,3,5
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.14 broadcast-tx-speed
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configure the rate at which broadcast and multicast traffic is transmitted between the
switch and mobile unit
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
broadcast-tx-speed [range|throughput]
Parameters
range
Uses a lowest basic rate, but provides the maximum range
throughput
Uses a highest basic rate, but provides the maximum
throughput (default)
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#broadcast-tx-speed range
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#broadcast-tx-speed throughput
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.15 client
Wireless Configuration Commands
Use this command to configure a wireless client
This command creates an exclude-list or include list. Creating a list moves the user to a
new mode config-wireless-client-list.
Refer section config-wireless-client-list Commands on page 20-26 for
(config-wireless-client-list) command summary.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
client [exclude-list|include-list] <list-name>
Parameters
exclude-list <list-name>
Sets the wireless client exclude list configuration. A MU
NAC check is conducted, except for those in the exclude
list. Devices in the exclude list will not have a NAC check
performed.
include-list <list-name>
Defines the wireless client include list configuration. No
MU NAC check is conducted, except for those in the include
list. Devices in the include-list will have NAC checks.
<list-name>
Name of the list to be created.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#client exclude-list JustMe
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-list)#
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20.1.15.1 Configuring a Client
Refer to the configurations below to:
• Create an exclude list.
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#client exclude-list protected-hosts
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-list)#
• Add a host entry into the exclude list.
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-list)# station printers
00:00:AA:DD:EE:11/00:00:FF:DD:EE:11
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-list)# station testing-host1
00:11:AA:03:1B:FE
• Associate the exclude list to a WLAN.
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-list)# wlan 1
• Configure RADIUS server parameters.
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# wlan 1 nac-server primary 192.168.0.1
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# wlan 1 nac-server primary secret 0
testing
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# wlan 1 nac-server secondary 192.168.1.1
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# wlan 1 nac-server secondary secret 0
testing123
• Enable NAC for a WLAN.
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# wlan 1 nac-mode do-nac-except-excludelist
• Undo a configuration.
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# client exclude-list protected-hosts
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-client)# no station testing-host1
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# no client exclude-list protected-hosts
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# no wlan 1 nac-server primary
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# no wlan 1 nac-server primary secret
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# no wlan 1 nac-server secondary
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# no wlan 1 nac-server secondary
radius-key
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# no wlan 1 nac exclude-list
protected-hosts
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20.1.15.2 config-wireless-client-list Commands
Use (config-wireless)# client to enter the (config-wireless-client-list)
instance. Use this instance, to create an exclude list or include list.
This table summarizes config-wireless-client-list commands:
Command
Description
clrscr
Clears the display screen
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
help
Displays the interactive help system
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
service
Provides a means of troubleshooting and debugging
show
Displays running system information
station
Defines a MU’s MAC configuration
wlan
Sets Wireless LAN related parameters
station
config-wireless-client-list Commands
Adds a specified MAC entry into the client’s exclude or include list
Syntax
config-wireless-client-list station <host-name> [<MAC>|
<MAC/Mask>]
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Parameters
<host-name>
[<MAC>|<MAC/Mask>]
Defines an index for this host entry in the client list. The
host station name <host-name> must be of size 1-21
characters.
• <MAC> –Sets the MU mac address in AA-BB-CC-DD-EEFF or AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF or AABB.CCDD.EEFF format.
• <MAC/Mask> – Sets the MU MAC address and mask in
AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF or AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF or
AABB.CCDD.EEFF format.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-list)#station ExcludeList1
AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-list)#
wlan
config-wireless-client-list Commands
Adds a client exclude list name into/from the WLAN
Syntax
wlan [<index>|<index-list>]
Parameters
wlan [<index>|
<index-list>]
• <index> – Sets a single WLAN index in the range 1-256
• <index-list> – A list (1,3,7) or range (3-7) of WLAN indices
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-list)#wlan 1
RFSwitch(config-wireless-client-list)#
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20.1.16 clrscr
Wireless Configuration Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.17 cluster-master-support
Wireless Configuration Commands
Sets the parameters for cluster master support
This is required for cluster level functions.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
cluster-master-support enable
Parameters
enable
Enables the cluster master support. This is required for
cluster level functions.
Usage Guidelines
Use the {no} cluster-master-support enable command to disable this feature.
By default, it is disabled.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#cluster-master-support enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.18 convert-ap
Wireless Configuration Commands
Changes the mode of operation of an AP to either sensor or standalone
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
NOTE: The number of APs supported by convert-ap command differs
for each switch.
• RFS7000 supports <1-256> APs
• RFS6000 supports <1-64> APs
Syntax
convert-ap <ap-index> [default|sensor|standalone]
convert-ap <ap-index> [default|standalone]
convert-ap <ap-index> sensor {static-ip <IP/Mask>
{<gateway-IP>}}
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Parameters
<ap-index>
[default|sensor|
standalone]
Sets the indices of the APs to be converted.
• <ap-index> – The index of the AP to be converted. This
index can be found from the 'show wireless ap'
command.
• default – Does not force conversion. Lets the AP
negotiate its normal mode of operation with the switch.
• sensor {static-ip <IP/Mask> {<gateway-IP>}}– Converts
an AP300 to operate as an IPS (Intrusion Prevention
System) sensor.
• static-ip <IP/Mask> – Optional. Sensor must use
specific static IP address.
• <IP/Mask> – Sensor IP address and network mask.
• <gateway-IP> – Optional. Specify gateway IP address
for sensors
NOTE: The switch will not be able to adopt this AP
again until it is converted back to a AP300 using the
sensor <1-256> revert-to-ap command
• standalone – Converts a thin AP-4131 back to a standalone AP.
NOTE: The switch will not be able to adopt this AP
again until the AP is converted back to a thin-AP using
the AP’s configuration interface.
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Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#convert-ap 1 default
20.1.18.1 Converting an AP to Sensor
To convert an AP300 to a sensor:
1. Use sensor command to setup the sensor.
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#sensor default-config ?
ip-mode
configure the IP address mode of the sensors
wips-server-ip specify IP addresses of the WIPS server
Select either ip-mode or wips-server-ip as the sensor parameter.
2. Specify the VLAN over which the sensors are available. This will help the switch detect
them.
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#sensor vlan 10
3. Use convert-ap command to convert the selected AP into a sensor directly from the
switch.
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#convert-ap 1 sensor
NOTE: To convert multiple APs’ to Sensor, do it one by one and do
config modifications.
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20.1.19 country-code
Wireless Configuration Commands
Sets the country of operation
All existing radio configurations will be erased
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
country-code <country-code>
Parameters
<country-code>
Configures the switch to operate in a defined country.
<country-code> is the 2 letter ISO-3166 country code.
Usage Guidelines
Use the show wireless country code command to view the list of supported
countries
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#country-code ?
WORD the 2 letter ISO-3166 country code ("show wireless
country-code-list" to see list of supported countries)
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#country-code US
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.20 debug
Wireless Configuration Commands
Debugging functions for the Cellcontroller (wireless)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
debug cc [access-port|all|alt|ap-containment|ap-detect|
capwap|cluster|config|dot11|eap|ids|kerberos|l3-mob|loc-ap|
loc-mu|media|mobile-unit|radio|radius|self-heal|smart|snmp|
system|wips|wisp|wlan] {debug|err|info|warn}
Parameters
access-port
Sets the parameters for the access-port logs
all
Sets the parameters for all the modules
alt
Sets the parameters for the address lookup logs
ap-containment
Sets the parameters for the ap-containment logs
ap-detect
Sets the parameters for the Rogue AP detection logs
capwap
Sets the parameters for the CAPWAP logs
cluster
Sets the parameters for the cluster related logs
config
Sets the parameters for the configuration change logs
dot11
Sets the parameters for the datapath logs
eap
Sets the parameters for the 802.11x eap logs
ids
Sets the parameters for the intrusion detection logs
kerberos
Sets the parameters for the kerberos logs
l3-mob
Sets the parameters for the Layer-3 mobility logs
loc-ap
Sets the parameters for the AP locationing logs
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loc-mu
Sets the parameters for the MU locationing logs
media
Sets the parameters for the encapsulation media logs
mobile-unit
Sets the parameters for the mobile-unit logs
radio
Sets the parameters for the radio logs
radius
Sets the parameters for the radius client logs
self-heal
Sets the parameters for the self healing logs
smart
Sets the parameters for the smart-rf logs
snmp
Sets the parameters for the snmp logs
system
Sets the parameters for the system call logs
wips
Sets the parameters for the WIPS sensor logs
wisp
Sets the parameters for the WISP logs
wlan
Sets the parameters for the WLan logs
For all the above parameters, the following optional values are set:
debug
all the messages are logged
err
only error and higher severity messages are logged
info
only information and higher severity messages are logged
warn
only warning and higher severity messages are logged
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#debug cc ?
access-port
access-port logs
all
all modules
alt
address lookup logs
ap-containment rogue AP containment logs
ap-detect
rogue AP detection logs
capwap
capwap logs
cluster
cluster related logs
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config
dot11
eap
ids
kerberos
l3-mob
loc-ap
loc-mu
media
mobile-unit
radio
radius
self-heal
smart
snmp
system
wips
wisp
wlan
configuration change logs
datapath logs
802.1x/eap logs
intrusion detection logs
kerberos logs
Layer3 mobility logs
loc-ap logs
loc-mu logs
encapsulation media logs
mobile-unit logs
radio logs
radius client logs
Self Healing logs
smart-rf logs
SNMP logs
system call logs
WIPS sensor logs
WISP logs
wlan logs
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#debug
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#debug
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#debug
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#debug
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
cc
cc
cc
cc
system warn
l3-mob err
config debug
kerberos info
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20.1.21 dhcp-one-portal-forward
Wireless Configuration Commands
Enables the option to forward DHCP responses to one portal when the destination mobileunit is known from the response content
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
dhcp-one-portal-forward enable
Parameters
enable
Enables the option to forward DHCP responses to one portal
when the destination mobile-unit is known from the
response content.
Usage Guidelines
Use the {no} dhcp-one-portal-forward enable command to disable forwarding
DHCP responses.
Syntax
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#dhcp-one-portal-forward enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.22 dhcp-sniff-state
Wireless Configuration Commands
Records mobile unit DHCP state information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
dhcp-sniff-state enable
Parameters
enable
Allows support for recording DHCP state information for
mobile units
Use the {no} dhcp-sniff-state enable command to disable recording mobile unit
DHCP state information.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#dhcp-sniff-state enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.23 dot11-shared-key-auth
Wireless Configuration Commands
Enables support for 802.11 shared key authentication
NOTE: Shared key authentication has known weaknesses that can
compromise your WEP key. It should only be configured to
accommodate wireless stations unable to carry out Open-System
authentication.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
dot11-shared-key-auth enable
Parameters
enable
Enables support for shared key authentication
Usage Guidelines
Use the {no} dot11-shared-key-auth enable command to disable support for
802.11 shared key authentication.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#dot11-shared-key-auth enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.24 end
Wireless Configuration Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and changes to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#end
RFSwitch#
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20.1.25 exit
Wireless Configuration Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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20.1.26 fix-broadcast-dhcp-rsp
Wireless Configuration Commands
Converts broadcast DHCP server responses to unicast
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
fix-broadcast-dhcp-rsp enable
Parameters
enable
Enables support for converting broadcast DHCP server
responses to unicast
Usage Guidelines
Use the {no} fix-broadcast-dhcp-rsp enable command to disable converting
broadcast DHCP server responses to unicast.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#fix-broadcast-dhcp-rsp enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.27 help
Wireless Configuration Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help (in HTML format)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.28 hotspot
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures the WLAN hotspot configuration
This overrides or adds to the existing hotspot configuration on the WLAN.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
hotspot query <query-index> <query-field> [mu-ip|ssid|
switch-ip|switch-name|user-string]
Parameters
<query-index>
The index of this query in the query list. Can be in the range
of 1 and 10.
<query-field> [mu-ip|
ssid|switch-ip|
switch-name|user-string]
The name of the field in the URL whose value is substitute
with the parameters
• mu-ip – The MU’s IP address
• ssid – The WLAN’s SSID
• switch-ip – The switch’s router ip-address for the
external hotspot server
• switch-name – The switch’s name on the network
• user-string – Specifies that the value of the query is a
user string.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# hotspot query 1 user-name userstring
RFSwitch(config-wireless)# hotspot query 2 from mu-ip
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.29 ids
Wireless Configuration Commands
Defines the Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS) configuration
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ids [anomaly-detection|detect-window|ex-ops]
ids anomaly-detection [all|bad-essid-frame|
beacon-broadcast-essid|deauth-broadcast-smac|
detect-adhoc-networks|invalid-8021x-frame|
invalid-frame-length|invalid-frame-type|
invalid-sequence-number|multicast-source|
non-changing-wep-iv|null-destination|
same-source-destination|tkip-countermeasures|
unencrypted-traffic|weak-wep-iv]
[enable|filter-ageout <ageout>]
ids anomaly-detection bad-essid-frame [<1-10> <info>|enable|
filter-ageout <ageout>]
ids detect-window <duration>
ids ex-ops [80211-replay-fails|all|association-requests|
authentication-fails|crypto-replay-fails|
decryption-fails|disassociations|eap-naks|eap-starts|
probe-requests|unassoc-frames] [filter-ageout <0-86400>|
threshold [mu|radio|switch] <0-65535>]
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Parameters
anomaly-detection
[all|bad-essid-frame|
beacon-broadcast-essid|
deauth-broadcast-smac|
detect-adhoc-networks|
invalid-8021x-frame|
invalid-frame-length|
invalid-frame-type|
invalid-sequencenumber|
multicast-source|
non-chaining-wep-iv|
null-destination|
same-sourcedestination|
tkip-countermeasures|
unencrypted-traffic|
weak-wep-iv]
[enable|filter-ageout]
Configures parameters related to the detection of
anomalous frames on the RF network. The parameters are:
• all – Enables all types of anomalous frames
• bad-essid-frame{<1-10> <info>}– Enables an AP
detector to configure up to 10 known bad ESSIDs
• <1-10> – Configure list of known bad ESSIDs
• <info> – A string of upto 32 characters
• beacon-broadcast-essid – Enables an AP detector to find
beacons with broadcast ESSIDs
• deauth-broadcast-smac – Enables monitoring and
filtering of broadcast deauthentication messages from a
source.
• detect-adhoc-networks – Detects adhoc networks.
• invalid-8021x-frame – Detects invalid 802.1x frames
• invalid-frame-length – Detects frames with an invalid
length
• invalid-frame-type – Detects frames with an invalid type
• invalid-sequence-number – Detects frames with invalid
sequence numbers
• multicast-source – Broadcast or multicast source
• non-changing-wep-iv – Detects frames with a non
changing WEP IV
• null-destination – Detects addresses with all zeros
• same-source-destination – Identical source and
destination addresses
• tkip-countermeasures – Filters mobile units causing
TKIIP countermeasures
• unencrypted-traffic – Detects unencrypted-traffic
• weak-wep-iv – Uses weak WEP sequence numbers
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For all the above options, the following values are set
• enable – Enables monitoring and filtering
• filter-ageout <ageout>– Sets the number of seconds
mobile units are filtered out in the range 0-86400.
detect-window
<duration>
Sets the number of seconds <duration> information is
collected before analysis (all thresholds are a function of
this window size). Value in the range 5-300.
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ex-ops
[80211-replay-fails|all|
association-requests|
authentication-fails|
crypto-replay-fails|
decryption-fails|
disassociations|
eap-naks|eap-starts|
probe-requests|
unassoc-frames]
[filter-ageout <0-86400>|
threshold [mu|radio|
switch] <0-65535>]
Sets values related to the detection of excessive operations
on the RF network
• 80211-replay-fails – 802.11 replay check failure
• all – Changes for all types of excessive operations
• association-requests – 802.11 authentication and
association requests
• authentication-fails – Failure to authenticate with
servers (RADIUS/Kerberos)
• crypto-replay-fails – TKIP/CCMP IV replay check failure
• decryption-fails – Decryption failures
• disassociations – Disassociation and deauthentication
frames
• eap-naks – Excessive EAP-NAKs
• eap-starts – EAP (802.1x) start frames
• probe-requests – Probe request frames
• unassoc-frames – Frames from unassociated stations
For all the above options, the following values are set
• filter-ageout <0-86400> – Sets the number of seconds
mobile units will be filtered out
• threshold [mu|radio|switch] <0-65535> – Sets the
threshold allowed in the detection window
• mu – Uses the threshold for monitoring on a per
mobile unit basis
• radio – Uses the threshold for monitoring on a per
radio basis
• switch – Uses the threshold for monitoring at the
switch level
Wireless Instance
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ids anomaly-detection tkipcountermeasures enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ids detect-window 250
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#ids ex-ops 80211-replay-fails
filter-ageout 5200
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.30 load-balance
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures the user load balance mode
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
load-balance [by-count|by-throughput]
Parameters
by-count
In load balance by user count, the load on the radio is
measured by the number of MUs associated. The desired
balance is to have equal number of MUs on the radios in the
group. By default, the load balance is configured for
by-count when the switch boots up with factory default
configuration.
by-throughput
In load balance by radio throughput (threshold 1 Mbps) the
load on the radio is measured by the current average
throughput rate. The desired balance is to have similar
wireless traffic on the radios in the group.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#load-balance by-throughput
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.31 mac-auth-local
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures the local MAC authentication list
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mac-auth-local <1-1000> [allow|deny|rate-limit]
mac-auth-local <1-1000> [allow|deny] <starting-MAC>
<ending-MAC> [<list>|not-mapped] {<radio-desc>|
zone [<1-48>|default|unknown]}
mac-auth-local <1-1000> rate-limit
[wired-to-wireless|wireless-to-wired] <100-1000000>
Parameters
<1-1000>
Sets the mac-auth-local entry index to a value between 1
and 1000.
allow
Allows mobile units that match this rule to associate.
deny
Denies association to mobile units that match this rule.
rate-limit
Sets the rate limit value for this ACL entry.
<starting-MAC>
Starting MAC address in AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF or
AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF format.
<ending-MAC>
Ending MAC address in AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF or
AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF format.
<list>
Configures the local MAC authentication list.Sets the list
(1,3,7) or range (3-7) of WLAN indices.
not-mapped
An unmapped row in the ACL.
<radio-desc>
Optional radio description substring.
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zone
[<1-48>|default|
unknown]
Optional GeoFencing location information for devices
matching this ACL information.
• <1-48> – Administrator defined-id.
• default – The user has been located within the site in the
default zone.
• unknown – If the users location is currently unknown or
out of bounds of the site.
rate-limit
[wired-to-wireless|
wireless-to-wired]
<100-1000000>
Set the rate limit for ACL
• wired-to-wireless – Sets rate for down link direction
from network to. wireless client.
• wireless-to-wired – Sets the rate for up link direction
from wireless client to network.
• <100-1000000> – The rate in kbps.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mac-auth-local 1 allow
01:02:03:04:05:06 01:02:03:04:05:07 not-mapped
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mac-auth-local 2 deny
01-20-30-40-50-60 01-20-30-40-50-70 not-mapped
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mac-auth-local 1 allow
01:02:03:04:05:06 01:02:03:04:05:07 not-mapped zone 1
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20.1.32 manual-wlan-mapping
Wireless Configuration Commands
Manually maps WLANs configured on a radio
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
manual-wlan-mapping enable
Parameters
enable
Enables support for manual WLAN mapping.
Usage Guidelines
Use the {no} manual-wlan-mapping enable command to disable manual mapping
of WLANs configured on a radio.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#manual-wlan-mapping enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.33 mobile-unit
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures mobile unit related parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mobile-unit [association-history|probe-history]
mobile-unit association-history [enable|clear]
mobile-unit probe-history [enable|add <1-200> <MAC>]
Parameters
association-history
[enable|clear]
Enables a mobile unit’s association history.
• enable – Enables a mobile unit’s association history.
• clear – Clears the association history for all mobile units.
probe-history
[enable|add <1-200>
<MAC>
Mobile unit probe logging configuration commands.
• enable – Enables a mobile unit’s probe logging feature.
• add <1-200> <MAC>– Adds a mobile unit to probe
history logging.
• <1-200> – Select an index value between 1 and 200 to
add probe logging MAC.
• <MAC> – Sets the MAC address of the mobile used
for probe history logging
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mobile-unit probe-history enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mobile-unit association-history
enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mobile-unit probe-history add 20
AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.34 mobility
Wireless Configuration Commands
Sets mobility parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mobility [enable|local-address|max-roam-period|peer]
mobility enable
mobility local-address <IP>
mobility max-roam-period <1-15>
mobililty peer <IP>
Parameters
enable
Enables mobility globally
local-address <ip>
Sets the local address for mobility
• <IP> – IP address in A.B.C.D format
max-roam-period
<1-300>
Sets the Max Roam Period for a mobile unit (in seconds) to
a value in the range of 1 and 300.
peer <ip>
Adds a peer to this mobility region
• <IP> – IP address of the Peer in A.B.C.D format
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mobility
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mobility
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mobility
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#mobility
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
enable
local-address 12.12.12.1
max-roam-period 10
peer 157.208.235.108
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20.1.35 multicast-packet-limit
Wireless Configuration Commands
Sets a multicast packet limit, per second, for a VLAN. This limits the broadcast/multicast
packets per VLAN. The default value is 32 broadcast/multicast packets per second. Setting
the limit to 0 disables this control.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
multicast-packet-limit <0-128> [<vlan-id>|<vlan-id-range>]
Parameters
<0-128>
Sets the multicast packet limit per second.
<vlan-id>
Defines the single VLAN ID in the range 1-4094 the new
limit applies to.
<vlan-id-range>
Defines a list of VLAN IDs in the format 1,3,7 or range 3-7
of VLAN IDs
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#multicast-packet-limit 120 50
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#multicast-packet-limit 120 1,10,25
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.36 multicast-throttle-watermark
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures watermarks for supporting bursts of broadcast/multicast frames
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
multicast-throttle-watermarks low <0-100> high <0-100>
Parameters
low <0-100>
Sets the low water-mark. If the percentage of free packets
in the system is lower than this threshold, the incoming
frame is dropped.
high <0-100>
Sets the high water-mark. If the percentage of free packets
in the system is between the low water-mark and this
value, the packet is subjected to a random-early-drop. If
free packets are greater than this value, the packet is
processed.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#multicast-throttle-watermarks low
10 high 20
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.37 nas-id
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures the NAS ID to be sent to the RADIUS server
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
nas-id <nas-id>
To override nas-id on a per WLAN basis:
wlan <1-4098> nas-id <nas-id>
Parameters
<nas-id>
A character string to be used as the NAS ID. Can be up to
256 characters long.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#nas-id WIRELESSWELL
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 1 nas-id WIRELESSWELL1
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20.1.38 nas-port-id
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures the NAS port ID that must be sent to the RADIUS server
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
nas-port-id <port-id>
Parameters
<port-id>
The port ID to be sent to the RADIUS server.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#nas-port-id portWIRELESSWELL
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.39 no
Wireless Configuration Commands
Negates a command or sets its defaults. All the parameters mentioned in the syntax can
be negated using the no command.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [aap|admission-control|adoption-pref-id|
adopt-unconf-radio|ap|ap-containment|ap-detection|ap-image|
ap-ip|ap-standby-attempts-threshold|ap-timeout|ap-udp-port|
auto-select-channel|broadcast-tx-speed|client|
cluster-master-support|country-code|debug|
dhcp-one-portal-forward|dhcp-sniff-state|
dot11-shared-key-auth|fix-broadcast-dhcp-rsp|hotspot|ids|
mac-auth-local|manual-wlan-mapping|mobile-unit|mobility|
multicast-packet-limit|multicast-throttle-watermarks|nas-id|
nas-port-id|proxy-arp|qos-mapping|radio|rate-limit|
secure-wispe-default-secret|self-heal|sensor|service|
smart-scan-channels|wlan|wlan-bw-allocation]
Parameters
Refer to the individual commands for the parameters negated using the no command.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#no mobility enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.40 proxy-arp
Wireless Configuration Commands
Responds to ARP requests from the RON to the WLAN on behalf of mobile units
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
proxy-arp enable
Parameters
enable
Enables the support for proxy arp
Usage Guidelines
Use the no proxy-arp enable command to disable.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#proxy-arp enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.41 qos-mapping
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures QoS mappings between the wired and wireless domains
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
qos-mapping [wired-to-wireless|wireless-to-wired]
qos-mapping wired-to-wireless [dot1p <0-7>|dscp <0-63>]
[<0-7>|tid0|tid1|tid2|tid3|tid4|tid5|tid6|tid7]
qos-mapping wireless-to-wired
[tid0|tid1|tid2|tid3|tid4|tid5|tid6|tid7] dot1p <0-7>
Parameters
wired-to-wireless [dot1p
<0-7>|dscp <0-63>]
[<0-7>|tid0|tid1|tid2|tid3|
tid4|tid5|tid6|tid7]
Mappings used while switching wired traffic over the air .
• dot1p <0-7> – Configures the mapping of 802.1p tags to
access categories. You can specify more than one 802.1p
tags with in the range 0 and 7.
• dscp <0-63> – Configures the mapping of DSCP values to
access categories. You can specify more than one DSCP
values in the range 0-63.
• tid0, tid3– best effort category traffic
• tid1, tid2 – background category traffic
• tid4, tid5 – video traffic category traffic
• tid6, tid7 – voice traffic category traffic
Wireless Instance
wireless-to-wired
[tid0|tid1|tid2|tid3|
tid4|tid5|tid6|tid7]
dot1p <0-7>
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Mappings used while switching wireless traffic to the
wired side.
• tid0, tid3– best effort category traffic
• tid1, tid2 – background category traffic
• tid4, tid5 – video traffic category traffic
• tid6, tid7 – voice traffic category traffic
• dot1p <0-7> – Configures the mapping of 802.1p tags to
access categories. You can specify more than one 802.1p
tags with in the range 0 and 7.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#qos-mapping wireless-to-wired
background dot1p 5
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.42 radio
Wireless Configuration Commands
Sets radio related parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
The radios group-id range differs from switch to switch.
• RFS7000 – Supports a range between 0-255
• RFS6000 – Supports a range between 0-64
Syntax
radio [<1-4096>|<radio-list>|add|all-11a|all-11an|all-11b|
all-11bg|all-11bgn|antenna-mode|configure-8021X|
default-11a|default-11an|default-11b|default-11bg|
default-11bgn|dns-name]
radio [<1-4096>|<radio-list>|all-11a|all-11an|all-llb|
all-11bg|all-11bgn|default-11a|default-11an|default-11b|
default-11bg||default-11bgn] [admission-control|
adoption-policy|adoption-pref-id|ampdu|antenna-mode|
base-bridge|beacon-interval|bridge-fwd-delay <4-30>|
bridge-hello <1-10>|bridge-max-ageout <4-3600>|
bridge-msg-age <6-40>|bridge-priority <0-65535>|bss|
channel-power|client-bridge|copy-config-from|description|
detector|dtim-period|enforce-spec-mgmt|
enhanced-beacon-table|enhanced-probe-table|
group-id [<0-48>|<0-255>|<0-64>]|location-led|
location-message|mac|max-mobile-units|
moto-simple-voice enable|mu-power <0-20>|nas-id|
nas-port-id|on-channel-scan|radio-number|reset|reset-ap|
rf-function|rf-mode|rss|rts-threshold|run-acs|
self-heal-offset|short-gi|short-preamble|speed|timeout|
tunnel|wmm]
radio <1-4096> admission control voice [max-mu <1-256>|
max-perc <1-100>|max-roamed-mus <0-256>|
res-roam-perc <0-100>]
radio <1-4096> adoption-policy [allow|deny]
radio <1-4096> adoption-pref-id <0-65535>
Wireless Instance
radio <1-4096>
tx-limit]
radio <1-4096>
radio <1-4096>
radio <1-4096>
radio <1-4096>
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ampdu [min-spacing|rx-limit|tx-enable|
ampdu
ampdu
ampdu
ampdu
min-spacing [.25|.5|0|1|2|4|8]
rx-limit [16383|32767|65535|8191]
tx-enable
tx-limit <0-65535>
radio <1-4096> antenna-mode [diversity|mimo|primary|
secondary]
radio
radio
radio
radio
radio
radio
radio
radio
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
bss [<1-4>|add-wlans|auto]<wlan-list>
base-bridge [enable|max-clients <1-12>]
beacon-interval <50-200>
bridge-fwd-delay <4-30>
bridge-hello <1-10>
bridge-max-ageout <4-3600>
bridge-msg-age <6-40>
bridge-priority <0-65535>
radio <1-4096> channel-power [indoor|outdoor] [<1-200>|acs|
random] <4-20> [20Mhz|40Mhz]
radio <1-4096> client-bridge [enable|mesh-timeout <2-200>|
ssid <SSID>]
radio <1-4096> client-bridge [bb-radio|bridge-select-mode]
radio <1-4096> client-bridge bb-radio <1-16> <radio-MAC>
radio <1-4096> client-bridge bridge-select-mode
[auto|manual]
radio <1-4096> copy-config-from [<1-4096>|default-11a|
default-11b|default-11bg]
radio <1-4096> description <description>
radio <1-4096> dtim-period <1-50> bss <1-4>
radio <1-4096> detector
radio <1-4096> enforce-spec-mgmt enable
radio <1-4096> enhanced-beacon-table
radio <1-4096> enhanced-probe-table
radio <1-4096> group-id <1-256>
radio <1-4096> location-led [start-flashing|stop-flashing]
radio <1-4096> location-message <message>
radio <1-4096> mac <MAC>
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radio <1-4096> max-mobile-units <units>
radio <1-4096> mu-power <0-20>
radio <1-4096> moto-simple-voice enable
radio <1-4096> nas-id <nas-id>
radio <1-4096> nas-port-id <nas-port-id>
radio <1-4096> on-channel-scan
radio
radio
radio
radio
radio
radio
radio
radio
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
<1-4096>
radio-number <0-2>
reset
reset-ap
rf-function wips
rf-mode [a|an|b|bg|bgn|custom|g|n]
rss enable
rts-threshold <0-2346>
run-acs
radio <1-4096> self-heal-offset <0-30>
radio <1-4096> short-gi enable
radio <1-4096> short-preamble
radio <1-4096> speed [1|11|12|18|2|24|36|48|54|5p5|6|9|
basic1|basic11|basic11a|basic11an|basic11b1|basic11b2|
basic11bg|basic11bgn|basic11g|basic11gn|basic11n|
basic12|basic18|basic2|basic24|basic36|basic48|basic54|
basic5p5|basic6|basic9|default|range|throughput]
radio <1-4096> timeout <40-180>
radio <1-4096> tunnel tx-rate-class <1-4>
radio <1-4096> wmm [background|best-effort|video|voice]
[aifsn <1-15>|burst <0-65535>|cw <0-15>]
radio [all-lla|default-11a] [admission-control|
adoption-policy|adoption-pref-id|antenna-mode|base-bridge|
beacon-interval|bridge-fwd-delay|bridge-hello|
bridge-max-ageout|bridge-msg-age|bridge-priority|bss|
channel-power|client-bridge|detector|dtim-period|
enforce-spec-mgmt|enhanced-beacon-table|
enhanced-probe-table|location-led|
location-message|max-mobile-units|moto-simple-voice|
mu-power|on-channel-scan|reset|reset-ap|rf-function|
rf-mode|rss|rts-threshold|run-acs|self-heal-offset|speed|
wmm|tunnel]
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radio [all-llan|default-11an] [adoption-policy|ampdu|
antenna-mode|bss|channel-power|rf-mode|speed|tunnel|
short-gi]
radio [all-11b|default-11b] [adoption-policy|
antenna-mode|base-bridge|beacon-interval|bridge-fwd-delay|
bridge-hello|bridge-max-ageout|bridge-msg-age|
bridge-priority|bss|channel-power|client-bridge|detector|
dtim-period|enhanced-beacon-table|enhanced-probe-table|
location-message|max-mobile-units|mu-power|
on-channel-scan|reset|reset-ap|rf-function|rf-mode|rss|
rts-threshold|run-acs|self-heal-offset|speed|tunnel|
short-preamble]
radio [all-11bg|default-11bg] [admission-control|
adoption-policy|adoption-pref-idantenna-mode|base-bridge|
beacon-interval|bridge-fwd-delay|bridge-hello|
bridge-max-ageout|bridge-msg-age|bridge-priority|bss|
channel-power|client-bridge|detector|dtim-period|
enhanced-beacon-table|enhanced-probe-table|location-led
location-message|max-mobile-units|moto-simple-voice|
mu-power|on-channel-scan|reset|reset-ap|rf-function|
rf-mode|rss|rts-threshold|run-acs|self-heal-offset|
speed|tunnel|short-preamble|wmm]
radio [all-llbgn|default-11bgn] [adoption-policy|ampdu|
antenna-mode|bss|channel-power|rf-mode|speed|tunnel|
short-gi]
radio add <1-4096> <MAC> [11a|11an|11b|11bg|11bgn]
{[aap5131|aap5181|ap300|aap7131|aap7181|ap100|ap4131]}
radio antenna-mode [diversity|mimo|primary|secondary]
radio configure-8021X <username> <password> {<MAC>}
radio dns-name <dns-name> {<MAC>}
Parameters
<1-4096>
Defines a single radio index.
<radio-list>
Creates a list (1,3,7) or range (3-7) of radio indices.
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add <1-4096> <MAC>
[11a|11an|11b|11bg|
11bgn] {[aap5131|
aap5181|ap300|aap7131|
aap7181|ap100|ap4131]}
Adds the specified radio to the radio list at index specified
for the value in the range 1-4096.
• [11a|11an|11b|11bg|11bgn] – The radio type
• [aap5131|aap5181|ap300|aap7131|aap7181|ap100|
ap4131] – Optional. The radio model. The options
available will depend on the radio type selected.
all-11a
All 11a radios currently in configuration
all-11an
All 11an radios currently in configuration
all-11b
All 11b radios currently in configuration
all-11bg
All 11bg radios currently in configuration
all-11bgn
All 11bgn radios currently in configuration
antenna-mode
[diversity|mimo|primary|
secondary]
Antenna diversity mode. Select diversity from:
• diversity – Use full diversity (both antennas)
• mimo – use MIMO
• primary – Use primary antenna only
• secondary – Use secondary antenna only
configure-8021X
Configures the 802.1X username and password on adopted
access ports
default-11a
Adopts the default 11a configuration template
default-11an
Adopts the default 11an configuration template
default-11b
Adopts the default 11b configuration template
default-11bg
Adopts the default 11bg configuration template
default-11bgn
Adopts the default 11bgn configuration template
The following is the list of parameters for the radio <1-4096>, radio [all11a|all-11an|all-11b|all-11bg|all-11bgn|default-11a||default11an|default-11b|default-11bg|default-11bgn] commands.
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admission-control voice
[max-mus <0-256>|
max-perc <0-100>|
max-roamed-mus <0256>|
res-roam-perc <0-100>]
Sets the admission control parameters for voice. The
following options are configured:
• max-mus <0-256> – Configure the maximum number of
MUs to be admitted.
• max-perc <0-100> – Configure the maximum percentage
of air time allotted to voice traffic.
• max-roamed-mus <0-256> – Configure the maximum
number of roamed MUs to be admitted.
• res-roam-perc <0-100> –Configure the maximum
percentage of air time exclusively allotted to MUs that
have roamed. This value is calculated relative to the
max-perc value.
adoption-pref-id
<0-65535>
Employs a preference identifier for this radio port. The radio
port is more likely to be adopted by a wireless switch that
is a preferred switch.
adoption-policy
[allow|deny]
Specifies adoption policy. Select from :
• allow – Allows adoption
• deny – Denies adoption
ampdu [min-spacing
[.25|.5|0|1|2|4|8]|
rx-limit [16383|32767|
65535|8191]|
tx-limit <0-65535>|
tx-enable {min-spacing
[.25|.5|0|1|2|4|8]|
rx-limit [16383|32767|
65535|8191]|
tx-limit <0-65535>}
Specifies the settings for the MAC Protocol frames. The
following properties are configured:
• min-spacing [.25|.5|0|1|2|4|8] – The spacing between
MPDUs received in microseconds.
• rx-limit [8191|16283|32767|65535] – The receive buffer
limit in bytes.
• tx-limit <0-65535> – The transmit buffer limit in bytes.
• tx-enable {min-spacing [.25|.5|0|1|2|4|8]|rx-limit
[16383|32767|65535|8191]|tx-limit <0-65535>} –
Optional parameters for enabling transmitting A-MPDUs.
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antenna-mode
[diversity|mimo|primary|
secondary]
Defines the antenna diversity mode. Select from the
following options:
• diversity–Full diversity (both antennas)
• mimo – MIMO
• primary–Primary antenna only
• secondary–Secondary antenna only
Note: Before executing this command, ensure the radio is
present and is a AP300 model.
base-bridge [enable|
max-clients <1-12>]
Sets base bridge values
• enable – Allows the given radio to act as a base bridge
and accept connections from client bridges.
• max-clients <1-12> – Configures a base-bridge. Enter
maximum client bridges allowed.
beacon-interval
<50-200>
Sets the beacon interval (in K-uSec)
bridge-fwd-delay <4-30>
Sets the STP bridge forward delay (in seconds)
• <4-30> - Time in seconds
bridge-hello <1-10>
Sets the STP bridge hello (in seconds)
• <1-10> - Time in seconds
bridge-max-ageout
<4-3600>
Sets the STP bridge maximum ageout (in seconds)
• <4-3600> - Time in seconds
bridge-msg-age <6-40>
Sets the STP bridge message age (in seconds)
• <6-40> - Time in seconds
bridge-priority
<0-65535>
Sets the STP bridge priority (in seconds)
• <0-65535> - Priority value
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bss [<1-4>|add-wlans|
auto] <wlans>
Maps WLANs to radio BSSIDs
• <1-4>– Sets the BSS where WLANs are mapped
• add-wlans <wlans> – Adds new WLANs to existing
radios. The other WLANs on the radios are left as is.
• auto <wlans> – Sets the automatic assignment of a BSS.
The user selects WLANs, and the system assigns them to
a BSS automatically.
• <wlans> – Defines a list (1,3,7) or range (3-7) of WLAN
indices. When a BSS is also specified, the first WLAN is
used as the primary WLAN. When the auto option is
used, the system automatically assigns the first four
WLANs as primaries on their respective BSSIDs.
channel-power
[indoor|outdoor] [<1200>|acs|random]
Sets the location, channel and transmit power level
• indoor [<1-200>|acs|random]– Defines an indoor location
• <1-200> <4-20> {[lower|upper]} – Defines the channel
number
• <4-20> – Power in dBm
• lower – Lower channel width mode
• upper – Upper channel width mode
• outdoor [<1-200>|acs|random]– Defines an outdoor
location
• <1-200> – Sets the channel number
• <4-20> – Sets the power in dBm
• acs <4-20> {[20 MHz | 40 Mhz]} – Enables ACS (auto
channel selection). A radio will scan for the least
congested channel at startup or switch
reconfiguration.
• random <4-20> {[20 MHz | 40 Mhz]} – Random
channel selection
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client-bridge
[bb-radio|
bridge-selectmode|
enable|
mesh-timeout <2-200>|
ssid <SSID>]
Defines client bridge settings.
• bb-radio <1-16> <MAC>– add the preferred base bridge
details.
• <1-16> – Enables the capability
• MAC – MAC address in AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF format
• bride-select-mode [auto|manual]– Base bridge selection
mode
• auto – Automatically select base bridge
• manual – Manually select base bridge
• enable – Enables client-bridge functionality on radio
• mesh-timeout [0|1|<2-200>] – Sets the client bridge link
timeout.
• 0 – Disable uplink detection
• 1 – Uplink detect - shutdown when all mesh-backhaul
links are down
• <2-200> – Timeout in seconds.
• ssid <SSID> – Defines the ESSID of the WLAN
copy-config-from
[<1-4096>|default-11a|
default-11b|
default-11bg|]
Copies the configuration from a previously configured radio.
• <1-4096> – Defines a single radio index
• default-11a – Uses the default 11a configuration
template.
• default-11b – Uses the default 11b configuration
template.
• default-11bg – Uses the default 11bg configuration
template.
description
<description>
Defines a description for this radio. <description> is a 20
character string.
detector
Dedicates this radio as a detector. No mobile units can
associate to a detector.
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dtim-period<1-50> {bss
<1-4>}
Set the DTIM period (number of beacons between
successive DTIMs).
• <1-50> – Sets the DTIM period
• bss <1-4>– Optional BSS index
enforce-spec-mgmt
enable
Enforces spectrum management checks on specified radios.
Only mobile units that advertise spectrum management
capabilities will be allowed to associate on this radio.
enhanced-beacon-table
Enables the enhanced beacon table for AP locationing.
enhanced-probe-table
Enables the enhanced probe table for MU locationing.
group-id <1-256>
Specifies the radio groups to balance user load.
• For RFS7000, <0-255> – Radio group identifier used for
an access-port, 0 disables the grouping.
• For RFS6000, <0-64> – Radio group identifier used for an
access-port, 0 disables the grouping.
location-led
[start-flashing|
stop-flashing]
Changes the mode of operation of the LEDs on an AP.
• start-flashing – Requests parent-ap of specified radio to
begin flashing its LEDs to help locate it.
• stop-flashing – Requests parent-ap of specified radio to
revert its LEDs to normal mode of operation.
location-message
<message>
Specifies a message sent to all mobile units that associate
with these radios. This message <message> should not
exceed 80 characters.
mac <MAC>
Changes the parent (access-port) MAC address of the radio.
max-mobile-units
<1-256>
Maximum number of mobile units allowed to associate.
mu-power <0-20>
Power adjustment level for mobile units associated with
this access-port. MUs that support this element will reduce
their transmit power by the specified value.
• <0-20> – Power adjustment level in dBm.
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nas-id <ID>
Configures a NAS ID for this radio. <ID> can be up to 256
characters long.
nas-port-id <ID>
Configures a NAS port id for this radio. <ID> can be up to
256 characters long.
on-channel-scan
Enables rogue scanning on this radio.
radio-number <0-2>
Enter the radio number only if there are two similar radios
on the AP. Enter 0 (zero) or omit when there is no ambiguity.
reset
Resets a radio (this will only reset the specified radio, not
the complete access port).
reset-ap
Resets the parent AP (this will reset all radios on that
access port).
rf-function wips
Selects the rf-function for the selected radio.
• wips – Selects WIPS sensor mode.
rf-mode [a|an|b|bg|bgn|
custom|g|n]
Selects the radio speed based on the radio mode selected.
rss enable
Remote Site Survivability (RSS) enables the delivery of
secure uninterrupted wireless service in remote locations in
the event of a device failure.
rts-threshold <0-2347>
Defines the RTS threshold in bytes.
run-acs
Runs an auto-channel-selection on a radio. The radio should
already have been configured for ACS support.
self-heal-offset <0-30>
Configures the self-healing offset (measured in dBm), for
regulatory compliance.
Note: The offset is based off the regulatory maximum
power for the specified channel ("show wireless regulatory"
displays the max power allowed).
short-gi enable
Enables the Short GI value for both the 20 MHz and the 40
MHz channels for the 11n radio.
Wireless Instance
short-preamble
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Enables support for the short preamble.
NOTE: This disables support for long preamble. Mobiles
that only support long preamble will not be able to
associate.
speed [1|11|12|18|2|24|
36|48|54|5p5|6|9|basic1|
basic11|basic11a|
basic11an|basic11b1|
basic11b2|basic11bg|
basic11bgn|basic11g|
basic11gn|basic11n|
basic12|basic18|basic2|
basic24|basic36|basic48|
basic54|basic5p5|basic6|
basic9|range|throughput|
default]
Configures the basic and supported data rates/speed
•1
1-Mbps
• 11
11-Mbps
• 12
12-Mbps
• 18
18-Mbps
•2
2-Mbps
• 24
24-Mbps
• 36
36-Mbps
• 48
48-Mbps
• 54
54-Mbps
• 5p5
5.5-Mbps
•6
6-Mbps
•9
9-Mbps
• basic1
basic 1-Mbps
• basic11
basic 11-Mbps
• basic11a rate set (6,12,24 Mbps)
• basic11an rate set (6,12,24, MCS 0-7)
• basic11b1 rate set (1 and 2 Mbps)
• basic11b2 rate set (1,2,5.5,11 Mbps)
• basic11bg rate set (1,2,5.5,11,6,12,24 Mbps)
• basic11bgn rate set (1,2,5.5,11,6,12,24, MCS 0-7)
• basic11g rate set (6,12,24 Mbps)
• basic11gn rate set (6,12,24, MCS 0-7)
• basic11n rate set (MCS 0-7)
• basic12
basic 12-Mbps
• basic18
basic 18-Mbps
• basic2
basic 2-Mbps
• basic24
basic 24-Mbps
• basic36
basic 36-Mbps
• basic48
basic 48-Mbps
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•
•
•
•
basic54 basic 54-Mbps
basic5p5 basic 5.5-Mbps
basic6
basic 6-Mbps
basic9
basic 9-Mbps
default {mcs <msc-range>} – Factory default rates based
on radio-type.
• throughput {mcs <msc-range>} – All rates basic (only
802.11g clients are allowed on 802.11bg radios).
• range {mcs <msc-range>} – all rates enabled, the lowest
one set to basic
• mcs – Configure the mcs rates / speed
• MCS – A list or range (eg: 0-5, 10,15) of MCS rates
(0 to 15)
timeout <40-180>
The time out value in seconds for the selected radio.
tunnel tx-rate-class
<1-4>
The tunnel transmit rate class for the radio. Select a value
from 1 to 4.
Wireless Instance
wmm [background|
best-effort|video|voice]
[aifsn<1-15>|burst
<0-65535>| cw<0-15>]
wmm [video|voice]
acm [enable|max-mus
<1-64>]
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Sets 802.11e/Wireless Multi Media (WMM) parameters
(supported only on AP300).
• background – Prioritizes Background category traffic.
• best-effort– Prioritizes Best Effort category traffic.
• video – Prioritizes Video category traffic.
• voice – Prioritizes Voice category traffic.
• acm [enable|max-mus <1-64>] – Admission control
parameters. Use enable to allow admission
control.Enabling ACM on video enables ACM on the
Voice access category. Use max-mus to specify the
number of mobile units that are allowed access on the
specified categories.
• aifsn <1-15> – Arbitration Inter Frame Spacing Number
(AIFSN) defines the wait time (in milliSeconds) between
data frames. Derived using AIFSN and the slot-time.
• burst <0-65535> – Transmit-opportunity. Sets an interval
when a particular WMM STA has the right to initiate
transmissions onto the wireless medium.
• cw <0-15> – Contention Window (cw) parameters.
Wireless stations pick a number between 0 and the
minimum contention window to wait before re-trying
transmissions. Stations then double their wait time on a
collision, until it reaches the maximum contention
window.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#radio 250 bss auto 3-5
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.43 rate-limit
Wireless Configuration Commands
Sets the default rate limit per user in kbps, and applies to all enabled WLANs
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
rate-limit [wired-to-wireless|wireless-to-wired] <0-100000>
Parameters
wired-to-wireless
<100-100000>
Down link direction from network to wireless client
• <100-100000> – rate in the range of <100-100000> kbps
wireless-to-wired
<100-100000>
Up link direction from wireless client to network
• <100-100000> – rate in the range of <100-100000> kbps
Usage Guidelines
Use {no} rate-limit [wired-to-wireless|wireless-to-wired] to remove
the rate limit applied to the group
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#rate-limit wired-to-wireless 1000
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#rate-limit wireless-to-wired 20000
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.44 secure-wispe-default-secret
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures the default shared secret for secure WISPE
If a new shared secret is not configured for an AP or a list of APs, then a default shared
secret will be assigned. The value of default shared secret is the string "default".
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
secure-wispe-default-secret [<secret-key>|0 <secret-key>|
2 <secret-key>]
Parameters
[<secret-key>|
0 <secret-key>|
2 <secret-key>]
Enter a secret key. The string length must not exceed 64
characters.
• 0 <secret-key> – Password is specified unencrypted.
• 2 <secret-key>– Password is specified encrypted with
password-encryption secret.
• <secret-key> – 8 to 64 characters.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#secure-wispe-default-secret
0x1d8e4fc780be92537109
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.45 self-heal
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures self healing values
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
self-heal [interference-avoidance|neighbor-recovery]
self-heal interference-avoidance [enable|hold-time
<30-65535>|retries <0.0-15.0>]
self-heal neighbor-recovery [action|enable|neighbors|
run-neighbor-detect]
self-heal neighbor-recovery action [both|none|open-rates|
raise-power] radio [<1-4096>|<radio-list>]
self-heal neighbor-recovery neighbors <1-4096> [<1-4096>|
<radio-list>]
self-heal neighbor-recovery run-neighbor-detect
Parameters
interference-avoidance
Interference avoidance configuration.
enable
Enables/disables interference avoidance.
hold-time <30-65535>
The number of seconds to disable interference avoidance
after a detection. This prevents a radio from changing
channels continuously. Set the hold-time between 3065535 seconds.
retries <0.0-15.0>
Defines the average number retries (0-15) causing a radio to
re-run auto channel selection.
neighbor-recovery
Invokes neighbor recovery configuration commands.
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action [both|none|
open-rates|raise-power]
radio [<1-4096>|
<radio-list>]
Defines the radio’s self healing action when neighbors are
detected as down.
• both – Raises the power to max and open all rates.
• none – No action taken.
• open-rates – Opens all rates.
• raise-power – Raises the power to maximum.
• radio [<1-4096>|<radio-list>] – Modifies the action for
specified radio(s).
• <1-4096> – Sets a single radio index.
• <radio-list> – Defines a list (1,3,7) or range (3-7) of
radio indices.
enable
Monitors access ports and attempts to increase coverage
on a detected failure.
neighbors <1-4096>
[<1-4096>|<radio-index>]
Adds a radio as a neighbor.
• <1-4096> – Sets a single radio index.
• <radio-list> – Defines a list (1,3,7) or range (3-7) of
radio indices.
run-neighbor-detect
Disassociates all mobile units, clears current neighbors and
runs neighbor detection again.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#self-heal interference-avoidance
enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#self-heal interference-avoidance
hold-time 600
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#self-heal neighbor-recovery enable
Note: reducing the configured transmit power of radios will
ensure that there is room to increase power when a neighbor
fails
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#self-heal neighbor-recovery
neighbors 1 1
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.46 sensor
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures Wireless Intrusion Protection System (WIPS) parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
sensor [<1-48>|default-config|ping-interval|vlan]
sensor <1-48> [default-config|request-config|revert-to-ap]
sensor
sensor
sensor
sensor
<IP>
sensor
sensor
default-config
default-config
default-config
default-config
[gateway-ip|ip-mode|wips-server-ip]
gateway-ip <IP>
ip-mode [dhcp|static <IP/Mask>]
wips-server-ip [primary|secondary]
ping-interval <2-60>
vlan <1-4094> {<1-4094>}
Parameters
<1-48> [defaultconfig|
requestconfig|
revert-to-ap]
Select a sensor to reset/revert the AP to its original state.
Use the show wireless sensor command to view the
sensor index.
• default-config – Restores the internal configuration of
the sensor to default values. This sends the
configuration to the sensor.
• request-config – Polls the sensor for its latest
configuration.
• revert-to-ap – Reverts an IDS sensor back to an access
port that can service mobile-units.
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default-config [
gateway-ip|ip-mode|
wips-server-ip]
Invokes the default configuration sent to sensors when
configured.
• gateway-ip <IP> – Configure the gateway IP address for
sensors to <IP>.
• ip-mode [dhcp|static <IP/Mask>] – Configures the IP
address of the sensors.
• dhcp – Sensors use DHCP to obtain an IP address.
• static <IP/Mask> – Sensors use the specific static IP
address.
• <IP/Mask> – Sets the sensor IP address and
network mask.
• wips-server-ip [primary|secondary] <IP> – Specifies the
IP addresses of the WIPS server.
• primary <IP> – Specifies the primary IP address of the
WIPS server.
• secondary <IP> – Specifies the secondary IP address
of the WIPS server.
ping-interval <2-60>
Sets the ping interval (in seconds) between successive
pings to sensors on the network.
vlan <1-4094>
Configures VLANs where sensors are discovered.
• <1-4094> – Vlan IDs
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#sensor vlan 268 500
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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Wireless Configuration Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-wireless) instance
configurations
For more information, see Chapter 2, Section 2.1.5 service on page 2-7.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service [clear|show|smart-rf|wireless]
service clear wireless mobile-unit association-statistics
service show [cli|smart-rf|wireless]
service show cli
service show smart-rf [debug-config|sensitivity]
service show smart-rf debug-config
service show smart-rf sensitivity [mu|pattern|rates]
service show smart-rf sensitivity mu {[<0-8192>|<MAC>]}
service show smart-rf sensitivity pattern [pattern-11a|
pattern-11b|pattern-11bg|pattern-2-mbps]
service show smart-rf sensitivity rates <rate-flag>
service show wireless [ap-history|buffer-counters|
enhanced-beacon-table|enhanced-probe-table|group|
group-stats|legacy-load-balance|mu-cache-buckets|
mu-cache-entry|mvlan|radio|radio-cache-entry|
radio-hash-buckets|snmp-trap-throttle|vlan-cache-buckets|
vlan-cache-entry|waiting]
service show wireless [buffer-counters|group-stats|
legacy-load-balance|mu-cache-buckets|radio-hash-buckets|
snmp-trap-throttle|vlan-cache-buckets]
service
service
service
service
service
service
show
show
show
show
show
show
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
ap-history {<MAC>}
enhanced-beacon-table [config|report]
enhanced-probe-table [config|report]
group <1-256>
mu-cache-entry {[<1-8192>|<MAC>]}
mvlan <1-256>
Wireless Instance
service
service
service
service
show
show
show
show
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
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radio {[<1-4094>|description|mapping]}
radio-cache-entry {<MAC>}
vlan-cache-entry {[<1-8192>|<MAC>]}
waiting {<0-99> {<0-99>}}
service smart-rf [clear-history|load-from-file|replay|
rescue|restore|save-to-file|simulate]
service smart-rf [clear-history|load-from-file|save-to-file]
service smart-rf replay enable
service smart-rf rescue [<MAC>|<1-4094>|<index-list>]
service smart-rf restore [<MAC>|<1-4094>|<index-list>]
service smart-rf simulate [coverage-hole|interference]
service smart-rf simulate coverage-hole <1-4096>
<experienced-range> [<transmit-rate>|pattern-11a|
pattern-11b|pattern-11bgn|pattern-2-mbps]
service smart-rf simulate interference [<MAC>|<1-4094>|
<index-list>]
service wireless [ap-history|clear-ap-log|custom-cli|dot11i|
dump-core|enhanced-beacon-table|enhanced-probe-table|
free-packet-watermark|idle-radio-send-multicast|
legacy-load-balance|map-radios|radio-misc-cfg|
rate-scale|request-ap-log|save-ap-log|snmp-trap-throttle|
sync-radio-entries|vlan-cache]
service wireless ap-history [clear|enable]
service wireless clear-ap-log {<ap-index>}
service wireless custom-cli [sh-wi-mobile-unit|sh-wi-radio]
service wireless custom-cli sh-wi-mobile-unit [ap-locn|
ap-name|channel|dot11-type|ip|last-heard|mac|radio-bss|
radio-desc|radio-id|ssid|state|vlan|wlan-desc|wlan-id|
username]
service wireless custom-cli sh-wi-radio [adopt-info|
ap-locn|ap-mac|ap-name|bss|channel|dot11-type|num-mu|
power|radio-desc|radio-id|state]
service wireless dot11i enforce pmkid-validation
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table [channel-set|enable|
erase-report|max-ap|scan-interval|scan-time]
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table [enable|erase-report]
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table channel-set
[a|an|bg|bgn] <1-200>
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table max-ap <0-512>
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table scan-interval <10-60>
service wireless enhanced-beacon-table scan-time <100-1000>
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service wireless enhanced-probe-table
max-mu|preferred|window-time]
service wireless enhanced-probe-table
service wireless enhanced-probe-table
service wireless enhanced-probe-table
service wireless enhanced-probe-table
service
service
service
service
service
service
service
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
wireless
[enable|erase-report|
[enable|erase-report]
max-mu <0-512>
preferred <MAC>
window-time <10-60>
free-packet-watermark <0-100>
idle-radio-send-multicast enable
map-radios <1-127>
radio-misc-cfg <hex-mask>
request-ap-log <ap-index>
snmp-trap-throttle <1-20>
vlan-cache enable
Parameters
clear wireless
mobile-unit
association-statistics
Clears statistics for wireless mobile unit associations and
dis-associations.
Wireless Instance
show [cli|smart-rf|
wireless]
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Displays the current running system information for this
mode.
• cli – Shows the CLI commands available in this mode.
• smart-rf [debug-config|sensitivity] – Displays smart-rf
management commands.
• debug-config – Displays smart-rf debug configuration
information
• sensitivity [mu|pattern|rates] – Displays the smart-rf
sensitivity table.
• mu {[<0-8192>|<MAC>]} – Displays smart-rf
sensitivity information for a selected MU.
• <0-8192> – Optional. MU index.
• <MAC> – Optional. MU MAC address.
• pattern [pattern-11a|pattern-11b|pattern-11bg|
pattern-2-mbps] – Displays smart-rf common MU
patterns.
• pattern-11a – 11a MUs
• pattern-11b – 11b MUs
• pattern-11bg – 11bg MUs
• pattern-2-mbps – 2-Mbps units
• rates <rate-flag> – Displays rates. <rate-flag> is in
hexadecimal format.
• wireless [ap-history|buffer-counters|enhanced-beacontable|enhanced-probe-table|group|group-stats|legacyload-balance|mu-cache-buckets|mu-cache-entry|mvlan
radio|radio-cache-entry|radio-hash-buckets|snmp-trapthrottle|vlan-cache-buckets|vlan-cache-entry|waiting] –
Displays wireless parameters.
• ap-history {<MAC>} – Displays access port history for
all MACs. Provide the optional <MAC> parameter to
view ap-history for a AP with that MAC address.
• buffer-counters – Displays allocations for the
different buffers.
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• enhanced-beacon-table [config|report] – Displays
Enhanced Beacon Table information.
• config – Displays Enhanced Beacon Table
configuration information.
• report – Displays Enhanced Beacon Table reports.
• enhanced-probe-table [config|report] – Displays
Enhanced Probe Table information.
• config – Displays Enhanced Probe Table
configuration information.
• report – Displays Enhanced Probe Table reports
• group <1-256> – Displays information on a radio group.
• <1-256> – The radio group index to display
information for.
• group-stats – Displays radio group statistics.
• legacy-load-balance – Displays legacy load balance
algorithm compatibility mode.
• mu-cache-buckets – Displays wireless mobile units
cache buckets.
• mu-cache-entry [<1-8192>|<MAC>] – Displays MU
Cache information, dumps the whole MU Cache table
if no parameters is given.
• <1-8192> – An index in the MU Cache table.
• <MAC> – MAC address of mu-cache entry to show.
• mvlan <1-256> – Displays multi VLAN debug statistics.
• <1-256> – A single wlan index.
• radio [<1-4096>|description|mapping] – Displays radio
serviceability parameters.
• <1-4096> – A single radio index.
• description – Description and location co-ordinates
of radios.
• mapping – Radio-to-CPU Mapping.
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• radio-cache-entry {<MAC>} – Displays Radio Cache
information. Dumps the whole table if no parameter is
given.
• <MAC> – MAC address of radio-cache entry to
show.
• radio-hash-buckets – Displays Wireless Radio Hash
Buckets.
• snmp-trap-throttle – Displays statistics and
parameters related to SNMP Trap Throttling.
• vlan-cache-buckets – Displays wireless VLAN Cache
Buckets.
• vlan-cache-entry [<1-8192>|<MAC>] – Displays MU
VLAN Cache information. Dumps whole table if no
parameter is given.
• <1-8192> – An index in the MU VLAN Cache table.
• <MAC> – MAC address of VLAN cache entry to
show.
• waiting <0-99> – Displays waiting table contents.
• <0-99> – Index in the waiting table.
smart-rf [clear-history|
load-from-file|replay|
rescue|restore|
save-to-file|simulate]
Configures smart-rf parameters.
• clear-history – Clears assignment history.
• load-from-file – Loads smart-rf configuration from the
file smart.bin.
• replay enable – Enables replay mode for smart-rf
• rescue [<MAC>|<1-4094>|<index-list>] – Forces radio
rescue operation.
• <MAC> – MAC address of a single radio.
• <1-4094> – Radio index.
• <index-list> – List of radio indices.
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• restore [<MAC>|<1-4094>|<index-list>] – Removes radio
rescue operation on a given radio.
• <MAC> – MAC address of a single radio.
• <1-4094> – Radio index.
• <index-list> – List of radio indices.
• save-to-file – Saves smart-rf records to the file smart.bin.
• simulate [coverage-hole|interference] – Simulates radio
events for smart-rf.
• coverage-hole <1-4096> <experienced-range> [
<transmit-rate>|pattern-11a|pattern-11b|pattern11bgn|
pattern-2-mbps] – Simulates a coverage-hole radio
event on the selected radio index.
• <1-4096> – The radio index to simulate on.
• <experienced-range> – The experienced range in
Mbps.
• <transmit-rate> – The provide simulated MU's
allowed transmit rates in hexadecimal format.
• pattern-11a – 11a units
• pattern-11b – 11b units
• pattern-11bg – 11bg units
• pattern-2-mbps – 2 Mbps units
• interference [<MAC>|<1-4094>|<index-list>] –
Simulates an interference on a radio.
• <MAC> – MAC address of a single radio.
• <1-4094> – Radio index.
• <index-list> – List of radio indices.
Wireless Instance
wireless [ap-history|
clear-ap-log|custom-cli|
dot11i|dump-core|
enhanced-beacon-table|
enhanced-probe-table|
free-packet-watermark|
idle-radio-sendmulticast|
legacy-loadbalance|map-radios|
radio-misc-cfg|
rate-scale|
request-ap-log|
save-ap-log|
snmp-trap-throttle|
sync-radio-entries|
vlan-cache]
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Configures wireless parameters.
• ap-history [clear|enable] – Configures access port
history.
• clear – Clears all history of all APs.
• enable – Enables tracking of AP history.
• custom-cli [sh-wi-mobile-unit|sh-wi-radio] – Customize
the output of some summary cli commands in wireless.
• sh-wi-mobile-unit [ap-locn|ap-name|channel|
dot11-type|ip|last-heard|mac|radio-bss|
radio-desc|radio-id|ssid|state|vlan|wlan-desc|
wlan-id|username] – Customize the output of the
"show wireless mobile-unit’ command.
• ap-locn – The location of the AP where the
mobile-unit is associated.
• ap-name – The name of the AP where the
mobile-unit is associated.
• channel – The channel of the radio where the
mobile-unit is associated.
• dot11-type – The dot11 radio type of the mobileunit.
• ip – The IP address of the mobile-unit.
• last-heard – The time when a packet was last
received from the mobile-unit.
• mac – MAC address of mobile-unit.
• radio-bss – The BSSID of the radio where the
mobile-unit is associated.
• radio-desc – Description of radio where the mobileunit is associated.
• radio-id – The radio index to which the mobile-unit
is associated.
• ssid – The SSID of the mobile-units wlan.
• state – The current state of the mobile-unit.
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• username – The Radius username of the user
connected through this device (shown only if
applicable and available).
• vlan – The VLAN-ID assigned to the mobile-unit.
• wlan-desc – The WLAN description the mobile-unit
is using.
• wlan-id – The WLAN index the mobile-unit is using.
• sh-wi-radio [adopt-info|ap-locn|ap-mac|
ap-name|bss|channel|dot11-type|num-mu|power|
radio-desc|radio-id|state] – Customize the output of
the "show wireless radio" command.
• adopt-info – The adoption information about the
radio.
• ap-locn – The location of the AP to which this radio
belongs.
• ap-mac – The MAC address of AP to which the radio
belongs.
• ap-name – The name of the AP to which this radio
belongs.
• bss – The BSSID of the radio.
• channel –The configured and current channel of the
radio.
• dot11-type – The dot11 type (11a/11g etc) of the
radio.
• num-mu – The number of mobile devices associated
with this radio.
• power – The configured and current transmit power
of the radio.
• pref-id – The adoption preference ID of the radio.
• radio-desc – The description of radio.
• radio-id – The radio index in configuration.
• state – The current operational state of the radio.
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• dot11i – modify dot11i service parameters.
• dump-core – Creates a core file of the ccsrvr process.
• enhanced-beacon-table [channel-set|enable|
erase-report|max-ap|scan-interval|scan-time] – Enhanced
beacon table for AP locationing.
• channel-set [a|an|b|bg|bgn] <1-200> – Adds channels
to the different radio types. Channel types are a, an, b,
bg, bgn. The channel number must be in the range 1 to
200.
• enable – Enables the Enhance Beacon Table feature for
AP locationing.
• erase-report – Erases the reports for Enhanced Beacon
Table feature.
• max-ap <0-512> – Sets the maximum number of APs to
be recorded in the Enhanced Beacon Table. Set a value
in the range 0 -512.
• scan-interval <10-60> – The time duration between
two enhanced beacon table for AP locationing scans in
seconds.
• scan-time <100-1000> – The time duration of an
Enhanced Beacon Table scan in milliseconds.
• enhanced-probe-table [enable|erase-report|max-mu|
preferred|window-time] – Enhanced probe table for MU
locationing.
• enable – Enables the Enhanced Probe Table feature for
MU locationing.
• erase-report – Erases the reports for Enhanced Probe
Table feature.
• max-mu <0-512> – Sets the maximum MUs in the
Enhance Probe Table report.
• preferred <MAC> – Add the MAC <MAC> to the
preferred MU list.
• window-time <10-60> – Sets the Window Time for
probe collection in seconds to a value in the range 10
to 60 seconds.
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• free-packet-watermark <0-100>– The free packets
threshold in percent. If the percentage of free packets is
lower than this number, then additional packets will not
be queued in the datapath.
• idle-radio-send-multicast enable – Enables forwarding
multicast packets to radios without associated mobile
units.
• legacy-load-balance – Invoke legacy load balance
algorithm.
• map-radios <1-127> – Sets radio-to-cpu mapping
constant to a value in the range of 1 and 127.
• radio-misc-cfg <hex-bitmask> – Radio specific
miscellaneous U16 configuration for all radios.
• rate-scale – Enable wireless rate scaling (default).
• request-ap-log <1-1024> – Request AP Log for the
selected AP.
• save-ap-log – Saves debug/error logs sent by the accessport
• snmp-trap-throttle <1-20> – Limits the number of SNMP
traps generated per second from the wireless module to a
number in the range 1 and 20.
• sync-radio-entries – sync radio configuration at cluster
levels.
• vlan-cache enable – Enables VLAN-cache mode.
See also, Chapter 2, Section 2.1.5 service on page 2-7.
Usage Guidelines
To stop a service, use the no command. For instance, use
no service wireless idle-radio-send-multicast enable
broadcast/multicast frames to idle radios
to stop sending
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Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#service show wireless ap-history
AP MAC
Radio Timestamp
Event
Reason
============================================================
=======
00-A0-F8-BF-8A-4B N/A
20070926-20:23:10 Adoption
N/A
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#service show wireless mvlan 20
Wlan 20: pool_size =1
----------------------------------------------------[ 0]: wlan=20, vlan_id=1, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[ 1]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[ 2]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[ 3]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[ 4]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[ 5]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[ 6]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[ 7]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[ 8]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[ 9]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[10]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[11]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[12]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[13]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[14]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[15]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[16]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[17]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[18]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[19]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[20]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[21]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[22]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[23]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[24]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[25]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[26]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[27]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[28]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[29]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[30]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
[31]: wlan=20, vlan_id=0, limit=0, users=0, log_sent=0
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RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#service show wireless radio
description
# access-port MAC
start BSS
radio description
coordinates
1] 00-A0-F8-BF-8A-4B 00-A0-F8-BF-EF-B0 11bg RADIO1
0 0 0
2] 00-A0-F8-BF-8A-4B 00-A0-F8-BF-ED-BC 11a RADIO2
0 0 0
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#service show wireless snmp-trapthrottle
throttle : 10 (default = 10)
traps allowed through throttle: 9
traps dropped through throttle: 0
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.48 show
Wireless Configuration Commands
Displays current system information running on the switch
For other show commands, see Chapter 2, Section 2.2 show on page 2-37.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000:
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays all the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#show ?
access-list
aclstats
alarm-log
the system
autoinstall
banner
banner
boot
clock
commands
crypto
debugging
dhcp
environment
Internet Protocol (IP)
Show ACL Statistics information
Display all alarms currently in
autoinstall configuration
Display Message of the Day Login
Display boot configuration.
Display system clock
Show command lists
encryption module
Debugging information outputs
DHCP Server Configuration
show environmental information
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file
firewall
ftp
history
history
interfaces
ip
ldap
licenses
logging
buffer
mac
mac-address-table
mac-name
names
management
name
mobility
ntp
password-encryption
port
interface
Display filesystem information
Wireless firewall
Display FTP Server configuration
Display the session command
Interface status
Internet Protocol (IP)
LDAP server
Show any installed licenses
Show logging configuration and
Internet Protocol (IP)
Display MAC address table
Displays the configured mac
Display L3 Managment Interface
Display Mobility parameters
Network time protocol
password encryption
Physical/Aggreagte port
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
radius
Show current privilege level
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancyparameters
role
rtls
commands
running-config
securitymgr
sessions
connections
smtp-notification
snmp
snmp-server
spanning-tree
startup-config
static-channel-group
terminal
parameters
timezone
traffic-shape
upgrade-status
users
currently logged in users
version
version
Display redundancy group
Configure role parameters
Real Time Locating System
Current Operating configuration
Securitymgr parameters
Display current active open
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display spanning tree information
Contents of startup configuration
static channel group membership
Display terminal configuration
Display
Display
Display
Display
timezone
traffic shaping
last image upgrade status
information about
Display software & hardware
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wireless
wlan-acl
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Wireless configuration commands
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#show
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#show wireless config
country-code
: us
adoption-pref-id
: 1
proxy-arp
: enabled
adopt-unconf-radio
: disabled
dot11-shared-key-auth
: disabled
ap-detection
: disabled
manual-wlan-mapping
: disabled
dhcp sniff state
: disabled
dhcp fix broadcast-rsp : disabled
broadcast-tx-speed
: optimize-for-range
wlan bw allocation
: enabled
Adaptive ap parameters:
config-apply def-delay : 30 seconds
config-apply mesh-delay: 3 minutes
wired-to-wireless rate limit per user : unlimited
wireless-to-wired rate limit per user : unlimited
user load balance mode : by-throughput
................................................................
..
................................................................
..
................................................................
..
RFSwitch(config-wireless)
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#show wireless radio-group
group_id
| radios
---------------------------------------------------------11 | 1,4
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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20.1.49 smart-rf
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures Smart-RF Management parameters and moves to the
(config-wireless-smart-rf) instance
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
NOTE: smart-rf initiates the(config-wireless-smart-rf)
instance. For more details see Chapter 25, Smart RF Instance. The
prompt changes from RFSwitch (config-wireless)# to RFSwitch
(config-wireless-smart-rf)
Syntax
smart-rf
Parameters
None
Example
RFS7000(config-wireless)#smart-rf
RFS7000(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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20.1.50 smart-scan-channels
Wireless Configuration Commands
Specifies a list of channels for Motorola clients to do smart-scan
Syntax
smart-scan-channels [<channel-list>|add <channel-list>|
remove <channel-list>]
Parameters
<channel-list>
A comma-separated list of channels
add <channel-list>
Add one or more channels to existing channel list
remove <channel-list>
Remove one or more channels from existing channel list
Example
RFS7000(config-wireless)#smart-scan-channels add 1,3,4
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20.1.51 wlan
Wireless Configuration Commands
Configures Wireless LAN related commands
Syntax
wlan [<1-256>|<wlan-list>] [80211-extensions|
aap-proxy-radius|accounting|acl|add-vlan|answer-bcast-ess|
authentication-type|client-bridge-backhaul|description|
dot11i|enable|encryption-type|hold-time|hotspot|
inactivity-timeout|independent|ip|kdc|mobility|
mu-mu-disallow|nac-mode|nac-server|nas-id|nas-port-id|
qos|radius|secure-beacon|set-vlan-user-limit|
smart-scan-channels|ssid|storm-control|syslog|vlan|wep128|
wep64]
wlan <1-256> [answer-bcast-ess|enable|independent|
mu-mu-disallow
wlan <1-256> 80211-extensions move-command enable
wlan <1-256> aap-proxy-radius enable realm <realm name>
strip
wlan <1-256> accounting [none|radius|ssyslog]
wlan <1-256> acl exceed-rate mu-denied-traffic <0-10000000>
disassociate
wlan <1-256> add-vlan [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>]
{limit <0-4096>}
wlan <1-256> authentication-type [eap|hotspot|kerberos|
mac-auth|none]
wlan <1-256> client-bridge-backhaul enable
wlan <1-256> description <description>
wlan <1-256> dot11i [handshake|key|key-rotation|
key-rotation-interval|opp-pmk-caching|phrase|pmk-caching|
preauthentication|second-key|tkip-cntrmeas-hold-time|
wpa2-tkip]
wlan <1-256> dot11i [opp-pmk-caching|pmk-caching|
preauthentication
wlan <1-256> dot11i handshake timeout <100-5000>
retransmit <1-10>
wlan <1-256> dot11i key [0 <secret-key>|2 <secret-key>|
<secret-key>]
wlan <1-256> dot11i key-rotation enable
wlan <1-256> dot11i key-rotation-interval <30-86400>
wlan <1-256> dot11i phrase [0 <secret-key>|2 <secret-key>|
<secret-key>]
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wlan <1-256> dot11i second-key [enable|key|phrase]
wlan <1-256> dot11i second-key enable
wlan <1-256> dot11i second-key [key|phrase] [0 <secret-key>|
2 <secret-key>|<secret-key>]
wlan <1-256> dot11i tkip-cntrmeas-hold-time <0-65535>
wlan <1-256> dot11i wap2-tkip enable
wlan <1-256> encryption-type [ccmp|keyguard|none|tkip|
tkip-ccmp|wep128|wep128-keyguard|wep64]
wlan <1-256> hold-time <1-300>
wlan <1-256> hotspot [allow-eap|allow-list|cache-ageout|
ntf-logout-port|query|redirect-to-hostname|
simultaneous-users|webpage|webpage-location]
wlan <1-256> hotspot [allow-eap|redirect-to-hostname
wlan <1-256> hotspot allow-list <1-32> <IP>
wlan <1-256> hotspot cache-ageout <5-86400>
wlan <1-256> hotspot ntf-logout-port <0-65535>
wlan <1-256> hotspot simultaneous-users <0-8192>
wlan <1-256> hotspot webpage [external|internal]
[failure|login|welcome] <URL>
wlan <1-256> hotspot webpage-location
[advanced|external|internal {logout-on-browser-close}]
wlan <1-256> inactivity-timeout <60-86400>
wlan <1-256> ip [arp|dhcp]
wlan <1-256> ip arp [rate-limit <1-1000000>|trust]
wlan <1-256> ip dhcp trust
wlan
wlan
wlan
wlan
wlan
wlan
wlan
<1-256>
<1-256>
<1-256>
<1-256>
<1-256>
<1-256>
<1-256>
kdc
kdc
kdc
kdc
kdc
kdc
kdc
[password|realm|server]
password [0 <secret>|2 <secret>|<secret>]
realm <realm>
server [primary|secondary|timeout]
server primary <IP> {auth-port <port>}
server secondary <IP> {auth-port <port>}
server timeout <1-60>
wlan <1-256> mobility enable
wlan <1-256> nac-mode [bypass-nac-except-include-list|
do-nac-except-exclude-list|none]
wlan <1-256> nac-server [primary|secondary|timeout]
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wlan <1-256> nac-server [primary|secondary]
[<IP> {auth-port <port>}|radius-key [0 <secret>|
2 <secret>|<secret>]]
wlan <1-256> nac-server timeout <1-300> retransmit <1-100>
wlan <1-256> nas-id <nas-id>
wlan <1-256> nas-port-id <port>
wlan <1-256> qos [classification|mcast-with-dot11i|mcast1|
mcast2|prioritize-voice|rate-limit|svp|weight|wmm]
wlan <1-256> qos classification [low|normal|video|voice|wmm]
wlan <1-256> qos mcast-with-dot11i enable
wlan <1-256> qos [mcast1|mcast2] <MAC>
wlan <1-256> qos prioritize-voice
wlan <1-256> qos rate-limit [wired-to-wireless|
wireless-to-wired] <100-1000000>
wlan <1-256> qos svp enable
wlan <1-256> qos weight <1-10>
wlan <1-256> qos wmm [8021p|background|best-effort|dscp|
video|voice]
wlan <1-256> qos wmm [8021p|dscp]
wlan <1-256> qos wmm [background|best-effort|video|voice]
[aifsn <2-15>|cw <0-15> <0-15>|txop-limit <0-65535>]
wlan <1-256> radius [accounting|authentication-protocol|
dscp|dynamic-authorization|dynamic-vlan-assignment|
mac-auth-format|mobile-unit|reauth|server]
wlan <1-256> radius accounting [mode|server|timeout]
wlan <1-256> radius accounting mode [start-interim-stop
interval <60-3600>|start-stop|stop-only]
wlan <1-256> radius accounting server [primary|secondary]
[<IP> {acct-port <port>}|radius-key [0 <key>|2 <key>|<key>]]
wlan <1-256> radius accounting timeout <1-60> retransmit
<1-100>
wlan <1-256> radius authentication-protocol [chap|pap]
wlan <1-256> radius dscp <0-63>
wlan <1-256> radius [dynamic-authorization|
dynamic-vlan-assignment] enable
wlan <1-256> radius mac-auth-format [no-delim|pair-colon|
pair-dash|quad-dot|middle-dash]
wlan <1-256> radius mobile-unit timeout <1-10>
retransmit <1-10>
wlan <1-256> radius reauth <30-65535>
wlan <1-256> radius server [primary|secondary|timeout]
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wlan <1-256> radius server [primary|secondary] [<IP>
{auth-port <1024-65535>}|radius-key [0 <key>|2 <key>|
<key>]
wlan <1-256> radius server timeout <1-60> retransmit <1-10>
wlan <1-256> secure-beacon
wlan <1-256> set-vlan-user-limit [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>]
<0-8192>
wlan <1-256> smart-scan-channels [<channel-list>|add
<channel-list>|remove <channel-list>]
wlan <1-256> ssid <ssid>
wlan <1-256> storm-control [bcast|mcast|ucast]
rate-limit <1-1000000>
wlan <1-256> syslog accounting server <IP> {port <1-65535>}
wlan <1-256> vlan [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>] {limit <0-8192>}
wlan
wlan
[0
wlan
wlan
<1-256>
<1-256>
<key>|1
<1-256>
<1-256>
[wep64|wep128]
[wep64|wep128]
<key>|<key>]
[wep64|wep128]
[wep64|wep128]
[key|phrase|wep-default-key]
key <1-4> [ascii|hex]
phrase <pass-phrase>
wep-default-key <1-4>
Parameters
<1-256>
Defines a single WLAN index
<wlan-list>
Sets a list (1,3,7) or range (3-7) of WLAN indices
For each of the options <1-256> and <wlan-list> the following commands are available.
80211-extensions
move-command enable
Enables support for 802.11 extensions.
• move-command – Enables support for fast roaming.
• enable – Enables this extension.
aap-proxy-radius enable
realm <realm-name>
strip
Enables configuring of proxying AAP RADIUS requests.
• realm <realm-name> – Provide proxy realm name.
• strip – Strip realm name while proxying requests.
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accounting
[none|radius|syslog]
Defines the accounting configuration on this WLAN.
• none – No accounting performed on this WLAN.
• radius – Uses RADIUS accounting on this WLAN.
• syslog – Uses Syslog accounting on this WLAN.
acl exceed-rate mudenied-traffic
<0-1000000>
disassociate
Sets the actions taken based on the ACL configuration.
• exceed-rate – Action is taken when rate exceeds a set
value.
• mu-denied-traffic – The action is to deny traffic to the
MU.
• <0-1000000> – The rate of packets / second after
exceeding which the traffic from the MU is denied
access.
• disassociate – When enabled, the MU is disassociated.
add-vlan [<1-4094>|
<vlan-list>]
{limit <1-4094>}
Instead of starting a new VLAN assignment for given
WLAN, this command adds a VLAN assignment to an
existing VLAN assignment. All prior VLAN settings are
retained.
• [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>] – Sets the VLAN range list <vlanlist>. It can be either a single index or a list (1,3,7) or
range (3-7).
• limit – Sets user limits on VLANs to a value in the
range <1-4094> for this WLAN.
Note: The [no] form of add-vlan command deletes
the specified VLAN mapping over the specified WLAN
range list.
If the specified mapping does not exist for a particular
WLAN, a “specified vlan does not exists” message
displays.
The delete action continues on remaining VLANs. If all the
VLANs are deleted a default VLAN assignment takes effect.
answer-bcast-ess
Allows this WLAN to respond to probes for broadcast ESS.
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authentication-type
[eap|hotspot|kerberos|
mac-auth|none]
Sets the authentication type for this WLAN.
• eap – EAP authentication (802.1X).
• hotspot – Web based authentication.
• kerberos – Kerberos authentication (encryption will
change to WEP128 if its not already wep128/keyguard).
• mac-auth – MAC authentication (RADIUS lookup of MAC
address).
• none – No authentication is used.
client-bridge-backhaul
enable
Enables the client bridge backhaul capability on this wlan.
description <description> Sets the description for this WLAN. Use to identify the
selected WLAN.
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dot11i [handshake | key|
key-rotation |
key-rotation-interval|
opp-pmk-caching |
phrase|pmk-caching |
preauthentication |
second-key|
tkip-cntrmeas-hold-time|
wpa2-tkip]
Modifies tkip/ccmp (802.11i) related parameters.
• handshake timeout <100-5000> retransmit <1-10> –
Sets a handshake for the timeout and retransmission
intervals.
• timeout <100-5000> – Sets the timeout (in
milliseconds) between retries.
• retransmit <1-10> – Sets the number of
retransmission attempts.
• key [0 <secret-key>|2 <secret-key>|<secret-key>] –
Configure the key (PMK).
• 0 <secret-key>– Password is specified unencrypted.
• 2 <secret-key>– Password is encrypted with
password-encryption secret.
• <secret-key> – The 256bit (64 hex characters) long
key.
• key-rotation enable – Controls the periodic update of
broadcast keys for associated mobile units.
• key-rotation-interval <30-86400> – Configures the
broadcast key rotation interval in seconds.
• opp-pmk-caching – Enables the opportunistic use of
cached pairwise master keys (fast roaming with
eap/802.1X).
• phrase [0 <secret-key>|2 <secret-key>|<secret-key>] –
Configures the passphrase.
• 0 <secret-key> – Password is specified unencrypted.
• 2 <secret-key> – Password is encrypted with
password-encryption secret.
• <secret-key> – Set a passphrase between 8 and 63
characters.
• pmk-caching – Enables the use of cached pairwise
master keys (fast roaming with eap/802.1X).
• preauthentication – Enables support for 802.11i
pre-authentication.
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• second-key [enable|key|phrase] – Configures a secondary
set of key/passphrase for this WLAN.
• enable – Enables the use of a secondary
key/passphrase.
• key [0 <secret-key>|2 <secret-key>|<secret-key>] –
Configures the key (PMK).
• phrase [0 <secret-key>|2 <secret-key>|<secret-key>] –
Configures the passphrase.
• 0 <secret-key>– Password is specified as unencrypted.
• 2 <secret-key>– Password is encrypted with passwordencryption secret.
• <secret-key> – Sets the 256bit (64 hex characters) key.
• tkip-cntrmeas-hold-time <0-65535> – Configures the
hold-time (in seconds) that clients are blocked when TKIP
counter measures are invoked. Default is 60 seconds.
• wpa2-tkip enable – Enables support for WPA2-TKIP (in
addition to WPA-TKIP) when TKIP is enabled on this
WLAN.
enable
Enables specified WLAN(s).
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encryption-type
[ccmp|keyguard|
none|tkip|tkip-ccmp|
wep128|wep64|
web128-keyguard]
Sets the encryption type for this WLAN. Options include:
• ccmp – AES Counter Mode CBC-MAC Protocol
(AES-CCM CCMP).
• keyguard – Keyguard-MCM (Mobile Computing Mode).
• none – No encryption.
• tkip – Enables Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP).
• tkip-ccmp – Enables both TKIP and CCMP on this WLAN.
• wep128 – Enables Wired Equivalence Privacy (WEP)
with 128 bit keys.
• wep128-keyguard – Enables WEP128 as well as
Keyguard-MCM on this WLAN.
• wep64 – Enables Wired Equivalence Privacy (WEP) with
64 bit keys.
Note: A WEP64 configuration is insecure when two
WLANs are mapped to the same VLAN, and one uses no
encryption and the other uses WEP.
hold-time <1-300>
Specifies the time duration in seconds to hold user
credentials when a MU leaves or roams out.
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hotspot [allow-eap|
allow-list|cache-ageout|
ntf-logout-port|
redirect-to-hostname|
simultaneous-users|
query|webpage|
webpage-location)
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Modifies hotspot related parameters
• allow-eap – allow EAP authentication in addition to web
based login.
• allow-list <1-32> <IP> – Specifies the allowed list that
user can access without prior authentication. Typically
this would be the external web-page's IP address.
• <1-32> – Allow-list Rule index value.
• <IP> – Allow-list IP address. This parameter refers to
a specific IP address to which unauthenticated
mobile-units can connect to. It does not specify a
network or a subnet.
• cache-ageout <5-86400> – The time duration in seconds
to ageout the cache after MU disassociation.
• ntf-logout-port <0-65535> – Configures the port to send
the NTF-Logout when the device is in external hotspot
mode.
• max-login-attempts <0-10> – Modifies hotspot
maximum login attempts.
• <0-10> – Login attempts between 0-10.
• query [<1-10>|<query-list>] – Specifies queries to be
appended to redirection URL.
• <1-10> – A single index.
• <query-list> – A list of indices.
• redirect-to-hostname – Use the Hostname/SystemName in the redirection URL instead of the IP address of
the switch.
• simultaneous-users <0-8192> – Specifies how many
simultaneous MAC address can be allowed for a given
end user.
• <0-8192> – The number of MAC addresses that are
allowed to use that username at the same time. 0
implies disabling of the checks.
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• webpage external [failure|login|welcome] <URL> –
Modifies hotspot page parameters.
• external – Modifies a hotspot’s External Web page.
• failure – When login fails.
• login – When login succeeds.
• welcome – The page to display to welcome user.
• <URL> – Sets the path to the file to be displayed.
Note: When using authentication server, the URL
parameters ip_address and port are required when the
external entity that serves the pages and authentication
server are not the same.
http://<external_url>
<login|welcome|fail>.html?ip_address=<a.b.c
.d>&port=<x>
where:
• <url> is the url of the server serving the web
pages
• <login|welcome|fail>.html is the name of the file
to be served
• ip_address=<a.b.c.d> is the IP address of the
authentication server. The default ip_address is
the same as the IP of the server that is serving the
pages
• port=<x> is the port on the authentication server.
The default port is 444.
• internal – Modifies hotspot’s Internal Web pages. The
following page parts can be defined and modified. You
can enter upto 1024 characters for each parameter.
• description – The description of the page.
• footer – The footer for the page.
• header - The page header.
• main-logo – The main logo for the page.
• small-logo – A small logo for the page.
• title – The page title.
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Note: The full syntax for the internal page definition is as
follows:
• wlan 1 hotspot webpage internal welcome
title Welcome to hotspot page. You have
logged on successfullyfailure – Users are
redirected to this Web page if they fail authentication.
File must be named fail.html.
• login – Users are prompted for their username and
password within this Web page. File must be named
login.html.
• welcome – Users are redirected to this Web page after
they authenticate successfully. File must be named
welcome.html.
• webpage-location [advanced|external|internal] – The
location of the Web pages used for authentication. These
pages can either be hosted on the switch or an external
Web Server.
• advanced – Invokes login/welcome/failure Web pages
created by the user on the switch.
• external – Invokes login/welcome/failure Web pages
on an external server.
• internal (logout-on-browser-close)– Invokes login/
welcome/failure Web pages created automatically on
the switch.
• logout-on-browser-close – Enables/disables user
logout on browser close. Default value disable.
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ip [arp|dhcp]
Sets Internet Protocol settings for ARP and DHCP packets.
• arp [rate-limit <1-1000000>|trust] – Address Resolution
Protocol configuration.
• dhcp trust – Dynamic Host Resolution Protocol
configuration.
• trust – Sets the arp/dhcp responses as trusted for this
wlan/range.
• rate-limit <1-1000000> – Does packet rate limiting on
ARP packets to a value in the range 1 and 1000000.
inactivity-timeout
<60-86400>
Sets an inactivity timeout in seconds. If a frame is not
received from a mobile unit for this amount of time, the
mobile unit is disassociated.
independent
Sets this WLAN to be an independent WLAN.
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kdc
[password|realm|server]
Modifies KDC related parameters.
• password [0 <secret>|2 <secret>|<secret>] – Create a
KDC server password (up to 127 characters)
• 0 <secret>– Password is specified unencrypted.
• 2 <secret>– Password is encrypted with a passwordencryption secret.
• <secret> – Defines a KDC server password (up to 127
characters).
• realm <realm> – Defines a KDC realm (up to 127
characters).
• <realm> – Defines KDC realm (up to 127 characters)
• server [primary|secondary|timeout] – Modifies KDC
server parameters.
• primary <IP> {auth-port <port>} – Defines the primary
KDC server.
• secondary <IP> {auth-port <port>}– Defines the
secondary KDC server.
• <IP> – Sets the KDC server IP address
• auth-port <port> – Optional. Sets the KDC server
authentication port to a value in the range 1 to
65535. Default is 88.
• timeout <1-60> – Modifies KDC server parameters.
• <1-60> – Defines the time the switch waits for a
response from the KDC Server before retrying.
mobility enable
Enables L3 Mobility on WLAN(s).
mu-mu-disallow
Disallows frames from one mobile unit to another mobile
unit on this WLAN.
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nac-mode [bypass-nacexcept-include-list|
do-nac-except-excludelist|none]
Sets the Network Access Control (NAC) mode configuration
• bypass-nac-except-include-list – No MU NAC check is
done except for those in include list. Devices in the
include list have NAC checks.
• do-nac-except-exclude-list – A MU NAC check is done
except for those in the exclude list. Devices in the
exclude list will not have any NAC checks.
• none – NAC disabled, no NAC is done. An MU can only
get authenticated by a Radius server.
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nac-server
[primary|secondary|
timeout]
Configure a NAC server IP address and an optional
authentication port number.
• [primary|secondary] [<IP> {auth-port <port>}|radius-key
[0 <secret>|2 <secret>|<secret>]] – Primary server or
secondary server’s IP address
• <IP> {auth-port <port>} – Set an EAP server IP address
and optional EAP server authentication port (default:
is 1812)
• radius-key [0 <secret>|2 <secret>|<secret>] – Create a
Radius server shared secret, up to 127 characters
• 0 <secret> – Password is specified as unencrypted
• 2 <secret> – Password is encrypted with passwordencryption secret
• <secret> – Configures a NAC server shared secret
• timeout <1-300> retransmit <1-100> – Sets the time the
switch waits for a response from the RADIUS server
before retrying. This is a global setting for both the
primary and secondary servers.
• retransmit <1-100> – Number of retries before the
wireless switch will give up and disassociate mobile
unit
• <1-100> – Retry count
Note: The RFSwitch(config-wireless)# nac-server
timeout<*> retransmit<*> should be less than what is
defined for an MU’s timeout and retries. If the MU’s time is
less than the server’s, a fallback to the secondary server will
not work.
nas-id <nas-id>
The nas-id of this wlan to be sent to the RADIUS server.
Maximum length of 256 characters.
nas-port-id <port>
The nas-port-od of this wlan to be sent to the RADIUS
server. Maximum length of 256 characters.
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qos
[classification |
mcast-with-dot11i|
mcast1|mcast2|
prioritize-voice|
rate-limit|svp|weight|
wmm]
Quality of Service commands.
• classification [background|best-effort|video|voice|wmm]
– Select how traffic on this WLAN is classified (relative
prioritization on the access port).
• low – All traffic on this wlan is treated as low priority
traffic (Background).
• normal – All traffic on this wlan is treated with normal
priority (Best Effort).
• video – All traffic on this wlan is treated as Video.
• voice – All traffic on this wlan is treated as Voice.
• wmm – Use WMM based classification, using DSCP
or 802.1p tags to classify traffic into different queues.
• mcast-with-dot11i enable – Enables multicast mask with
dot11i.
• [mcast1|mcast2] <MAC> – Sets multicast masks.
• mcast1 <MAC> – Sets multicast mask for egress
prioritization.
• mcast2 <MAC> – Sets multicast mask for egress
prioritization.
• <MAC> – MAC address.
• prioritize-voice – Prioritize voice frames over general
data frames (applies to non-WMM mobile-unit).
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• rate-limit [wired-to-wireless|wireless-to-wired]
<100-1000000> – Sets traffic rate limit for users on the
selected WLAN.
• wired-to-wireless – Down link direction - from network
to wireless client.
• wireless-to-wired – Up link direction - from wireless
client to network.
• <100-1000000> – The rate to limit to in kbps.
• svp enable – Enables support for Spectralink Voice
Prioritization.
• weight <1-10> – The egress weight (relative priority to
other WLANs) of this WLAN. The weight sets the priority
for the packets to be sent.
• wmm [8021p|background|best-effort|dscp|video|voice] –
Sets the 802.11e / Wireless Multi Media (WMM)
parameters (supported on AP300 & AAP5131).
• 8021p – Use 802.1p frame priority (field in the VLAN
tag) to determine packet priority.
• dscp –Use Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP)
bits in the IP header to determine packet priority
• background [aisfn <2-15>|cw <0-15> <0-15>|txop-limit
<0-65535>] – Sets the parameters for background
traffic.
• best-effort [aisfn <2-15>|cw <0-15> <0-15>|txop-limit
<0-65535>] – Sets the parameters for normal traffic.
• video [aisfn <2-15>|cw <0-15> <0-15>|txop-limit <065535>] – Sets the parameters for video traffic.
• voice [aisfn <2-15>|cw <0-15> <0-15>|txop-limit <065535>] – Sets the parameters for voice traffic.
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• aisfn <2-15> – Arbitration Inter Frame Spacing
Number (AIFSN) is the wait time in milliSeconds
between data frames. This value is derived using
AIFSN and the slot-time.
• <2-15> – The AIFSN spacing number.
• cw <0-15> <0-15> – Contention Window (CW)
parameters. Wireless stations pick a number
between 0 and the minimum contention window to
wait before retrying transmission. Stations then
double their wait time on a collision, until it reaches
the maximum contention window value.
• <0-15> – CW minimum value. The actual value
used is (2^ECWmin - 1)
• <0-15> – CW maximum value. (2^ECWmax - 1).
• txop-limit <0-65535> – The transmit-opportunity is
an interval of time when a particular WMM STA has
the right to initiate transmissions onto the wireless
medium.
• <0-65535> – The transmit-opportunity in 32
microSecond units.
Wireless Instance
radius [accounting|
authentication-protocol|
dscp|
dynamic-authorization|
dynamic-vlanassignment|
mac-auth-format|
mobile-unit|
reauth|server]
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Configures RADIUS parameters for the select WLAN.
• accounting [mode|server|timeout] – Sets RADIUS
accounting parameters.
• mode [start-stop|stop-only|start-interim-stop] – Sets
the Accounting Mode.
• start-stop – Sends accounting start-stop.
• stop-only – Sends accounting stop-only.
• start-interim-stop interval <60-3600> – Sets the
time interval between successive accounting
updates to a value in the range 60 to 3600 secs.
• server [primary|secondary] [<IP> {acct-port <port>}|
radius-key [0 <key>|2 <key>|<key>]] – Sets the primary
or secondary RADIUS server for the selected WLAN.
• primary – Sets primary RADIUS server information.
• secondary – Sets secondary RADIUS server
information.
• <IP> – Sets the IP address of the RADIUS server.
• acct-port <port> – Sets the optional radius server
accounting port. Default is 1813.
• radius-key [0 <key>|2 <key>|<key>] – Sets the
radius-key for the RADIUS server.
• 0 <key> – The key is sent unencrypted.
• 2 <key> – The key is sent encrypted with the
password-encryption secret.
• <key> – The shared key.
• timeout <1-300> – Sets the time the wireless switch
waits for a response from the RADIUS server before
retrying accounting.
• <1-300> – The time duration in seconds.
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• authentication-protocol [chap|pap] – Sets the RADIUS
Authentication Protocol for RADIUS request. Select from
CHAP or PAP.
• dscp <0-63> – Specify a Differentiated Services Code
Point (DSCP) value to provide QoS to RADIUS packets. Set
a value in the range 0 to 63.
• dynamic-authorization enable – Configures support for
RADIUS dynamic authorization extensions such as
Disconnect Message, and Change-Of-Authorization, as
described in RFC 3576.
• enable – Enables this feature.
• dynamic-vlan-assignment enable – Allow users to be
assigned to RADIUS server specified VLANs, instead of
only the vlan that is mapped to this wlan.
• enable – Enables this feature.
• mac-auth-format [no-delim|pair-colon|pair-dash|quaddot|middle-dash] – Set the MAC address format to use.
• middle-dash – Dash Delimiter in the middle AABBCC-DDEEFF
• no-delim – No Delimiter - AABBCCDDEEFF
• pair-colon – Colon Delimiter per Pair AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF
• pair-dash – Dash Delimiter per Pair AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF
• quad-dot – Dot Delimiter per Four Hex AABB.CCDD.EEFF
• mobile-unit timeout <1-300> retransmit <1-100> –
Modifies RADIUS/802.1X supplicant related parameters.
• timeout <1-300> – Sets the Time the wireless switch
waits for a response from the mobile-unit before
retrying. Set a value in the range 1 to 300.
• retransmit <1-100> – Sets the number of retries before
the wireless switch will give up and disassociate the
mobile-unit. Set a value in the range 1 to 100.
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• server [primary|secondary] [<IP> {acct-port <port>}|
radius-key [0 <key>|2 <key>|<key>]] – Sets the primary or
secondary RADIUS server for the selected WLAN.
• primary – Sets primary RADIUS server information
• secondary – Sets secondary RADIUS server
information.
• <IP> – Sets the IP address of the RADIUS server.
• acct-port <port> – Sets the optional radius server
accounting port. Default is 1813.
• radius-key [0 <key>|2 <key>|<key>] – Sets the radiuskey for the RADIUS server.
• 0 <key> – The key is sent unencrypted.
• 2 <key> – The key is sent encrypted with the
password-encryption secret.
• <key> – The shared key.
• timeout <1-300> retransmit <1-100> – Sets the time
the switch waits for a response from the RADIUS
server before retrying. This is a global setting for both
the primary and secondary servers.
• retransmit <1-100> – Number of retries before the
wireless switch will give up and disassociate mobile
unit
• <1-100> – Retry count
• reauth <30-65535> – Enable periodic reauthentication of
all associated mobile-units.
• <30-65535> – The reauthentication interval in seconds.
secure-beacon
Does not include the SSID of this WLAN in beacon frames
set-vlan-user-limit [<14094>|<vlan-list>]
<0-8192>
Sets user limits on VLANs for this WLAN
• [<1-4094>|VLAN] – VLAN range list. It can be either a
single index, a list (1,3,7) or a range (3-7) of indices
• [<0-8192>] – Sets the VLAN index. The limit is
<0-8192>
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smart-scan-channels
[<channel-list>|
add <channel-list>|
remove <channel-list>]
Specifies a list of channels to motorola clients to perform a
smart-scan. The following are the options set:
• <channel-list> – A comma separated list of channels to
scan. Can also contain a single channel number.
• add <channel-list> – Adds the specified channel(s) to the
smart-scan list.
• remove <channel-list> – Removes the specified
channel(s) from the smart-scan list.
ssid <ssid>
Enter the SSID of this WLAN. <ssid> can be up to 32
characters.
storm-control
[bcast|mcast|ucast]
rate-limit <rate>
Enables packet dropping in case of flooding attack.
• bcast – broadcast packets
• mcast – multicast packets
• ucast – unicast packets
• rate-limit <rate>– Enables rate limiting if the rate
exceeds the value set by <rate> (1-1000000 packets/
second).
syslog accounting server
<IP> {port <1-65535>}
Syslog Accounting
• accounting – Modifies accounting parameters
• server <IP> – Modifies the Syslog accounting server IP
Address.
• port <1-65535> – Optional. Defines the Syslog server
port. The default port number is 514 .
vlan [<1-4094>|
<vlan-list>]
{limit <0-8192>}
Sets the VLAN assignment of this WLAN. This command
starts a new VLAN assignment for a WLAN index. All prior
VLAN settings are erased.
• [<1-4094>|<vlan-list>] –Establishes the VLAN range list.
It can be either a single index, a list (1,3,7) or a range (37).
• limit <0 -8192> – Sets user limits on VLANs for this
WLAN.
Wireless Instance
wep128 [key|phrase|
wep-default-key]
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Configures WEP128 parameters.
• key <1-4> [ascii|hex] – Configures pre-shared hex keys.
• ascii [0 <key>|1 <key>|<key>] – Sets keys as ascii
characters (5 characters for wep64, 13 for wep128).
• hex [0 <key>|1 <key>|<key>] – Sets keys as
hexadecimal characters (10 characters for wep64, 26
for wep128).
• 0 <key> – Password is specified unencrypted.
• 2 <key> – Password is encrypted with passwordencryption secret.
• <key> – Key (10 hex or 5 ascii characters for wep64,
26 hex or 13 ascii characters for wep128).
• phrase <phrase> – Specifies a passphrase from which
keys are to be derived.
• <phrase> – Sets the passphrase (between 4 and 32
characters).
• wep-default-key <1-4> – Defines the key index used for
transmission from AP to MU.
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wep64 [key|phrase|
wep-default-key]
Configures WEP64 parameters.
• key <1-4> [ascii|hex] – Configures pre-shared hex keys.
• ascii [0 <key>|1 <key>|<key>] – Sets keys as ascii
characters (5 characters for wep64, 13 for wep128).
• hex [0 <key>|1 <key>|<key>] – Sets keys as
hexadecimal characters (10 characters for wep64, 26
for wep128).
• 0 <key> – Password is specified unencrypted.
• 2 <key> – Password is encrypted with passwordencryption secret.
• <key> – Key (10 hex or 5 ascii characters for wep64,
26 hex or 13 ascii characters for wep128).
• phrase <phrase> – Specifies a passphrase from which
keys are to be derived.
• <phrase> – Sets the passphrase (between 4 and 32
characters).
• wep-default-key <1-4> – Defines the key index used for
transmission from AP to MU.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 accounting syslog
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 answer-bcast-ess
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 authentication-type
kerberos
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 description "TestWLAN"
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 dot11i handshake timeout
2500 retransmit 5
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 dot11i key-rotation enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 dot11i key-rotationinterval 2000
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 hotspot webpage external
failure "This feature is under development"
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 kdc server primary 1.2.3.4
auth-port 50000
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 mobility enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 1 nac-mode bypass-nac-exceptinclude-list
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 1 nac-server primary
11.22.33.22 auth-port 1221
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 radius accounting timeout
30 retransmit 50
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 radius mobile-unit timeout
30 retransmit 5
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 ssid TestString
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 symbol-extensions fastroaming enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 25 syslog accounting server
12.13.14.125 port 5005
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 24 qos mcast-with-dot11i
enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan 24 storm-control bcast ratelimit 20000
Wireless Instance
20.1.52 wlan-bw-allocation
Wireless Configuration Commands
Enables WLAN bandwidth allocation on all radios
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
wlan-bw-allocation enable
Parameters
enable
Enables WLAN bandwidth allocation on all radios.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#wlan-bw-allocation enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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RTLS Instance
Use the (config-rtls) instance to configure Real Time Location System (RTLS)
parameters.
To navigate to this instance, use the command
RFSwitch(config)#rtls
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
21.1 RTLS Config Commands
This summarizes config-rtls commands:
Command
Description
Ref.
aeroscout
Configures aeroscout parameters
page 21-3
clear
Clears locationing information
page 21-4
clrscr
Clears display window
page 21-5
end
Ends the current mode and moves to EXEC mode
page 21-6
espi
Configures ESPI parameters
page 21-7
exit
Ends current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 21-8
help
Description of the interactive help system
page 21-9
ekahau
Configures ekahau parameters
page 21-10
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Command
Description
Ref.
no
Negates a command or sets its defaults
page 21-11
reference-tag
Configures reference tags
page 21-14
rfid
Configures RFID readers
page 21-16
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
page 21-17
service
(config-rtls) instance configurations
show
Displays the running system information
page 21-20
site
Configures site parameters
page 21-23
sole
Configures Smart Opportunistic Location Engine (SOLE) page 21-25
parameters
switch
Configures switch parameters
page 21-26
zone
Configures zone
page 21-27
ap
Configures AP specific RTLS parameters
page 21-28
RTLS Instance
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21.1.1 aeroscout
RTLS Config Commands
Configure support for Aeroscout RTLS engine.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
aeroscout [enable|multicast-listen-addr<MAC-Address>]
Parameters
enable
Enables and configures external Aeroscout RTLS engine
multicast-listen-addr
<MAC-Address>
Configures multicast MAC address to which Aeroscout tags
packets are destined
• <MAC-Address> – Multicast MAC address. AeroScout’s
default multicast MAC address is ‘01:0C:CC:00:00:00’.
Usage Guidelines
Use [no] aeroscout (enable) to disable support for Aeroscout RTLS engine. This does
not affect on-board locationing.
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#aeroscout enable
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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21.1.2 clear
RTLS Config Commands
Clears tags/assets information associated with aeroscout, mu, rfid and/or zone.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clear rtls tags[aeroscout|mobile-unit|ekahau|rfid|zone
<1-48>]
Parameters
rtls tags [aeroscout
|mobile-unit|ekahau
|rfid|zone <1-48>]
Real time locationing configuration
• tags – Clears tag/asset information for:
• aeroscout – Clears Aeroscout tags
• g2 – Clear g2 tags
• mobile-unit – Clears mobile-unit(wi-fi clients)
• ekahau – Clears ekahau tags
• rfid – Clears passive RFID tags
• zone <1-48> – Clears tags in specified zone
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#clear rtls tags aeroscout
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
RTLS Instance
21.1.3 clrscr
RTLS Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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21.1.4 end
RTLS Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and changes to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#end
RFSwitch#
RTLS Instance
21.1.5 espi
RTLS Config Commands
Configures Enterprise Services Programming Interface (ESPI) related parameters
NOTE: espi command instantiates (config-rtls-espi) subinstance. For more details see ESPI Instance on page 22-1.
The prompt changes from RFSwitch(config-rtls)# to
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
espi
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)espi
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)
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21.1.6 exit
RTLS Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
RTLS Instance
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21.1.7 help
RTLS Config Commands
Displays the interactive help system for RTLS instance
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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21.1.8 ekahau
RTLS Config Commands
Enables and configures the external ekahau location engine
• RFS7000
• RFS600
Syntax
ekahau [enable|engine ip<IP> port<Port>|multicast-listenaddr<MAC>]
Parameters
enable
Enables and configures external ekahau RTLS engine
engine ip<IP> port
<Port>
Configures the IP address and port number of the external
ekahau RTLS engine
• ip – Configures external location engine IP address
• port <1000-9000> – Configure external location engine
port
multicast-listen-addr
<MAC>
Configures multicast MAC address to which ekahau tags
packets are destined
• <MAC> – Multicast MAC address
Use [no] enable and [no] engine <ip><port> to undo theekahau RTLS engine
configuration and disable it.
Example
RFS7000(config-rtls)#ekahau enable
RFS7000(config-rtls)#
RFS7000(config-rtls)#ekahau engine ip 10.1.1.1 port 1001
RFS7000(config-rtls)#
RFS7000(config-rtls)#ekahau multicast-listen-addr 01-18-8E00-00-00
RFS7000(config-rtls)#
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21.1.9 no
RTLS Config Commands
Negates a RTLS command or set its defaults
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [aeroscout|ekahau|reference-tag|service|site|
switch|ap|zone]
Parameters
aeroscout [enable|
multi-cast-listen|addr]
Negates aeroscout configuration
• enable – Disable SOLE adapter
• multicast-listen-addr– Configure multicast listening
address
ekahau
[enable|engine|multicast]
Negates ekahau configuration
• enable – Disable aeroscout external engine
• engine –reset external location engine parameters
• multicast-listen-addr– Configure multicast listening
address
reference-tag [rfid]
Negates reference-tag configuration
• rfid– Negates configuring rfid tag
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service [filter <1-100>
{length|
memory-bank|offset
}|inventory {<1100>|default]
Negates service configuration for:
• filter <1-100> {length|memory-bank|offset} – Negates
RFID tag filter configuration for the selected index
• length – Length of tag filter
• memory-bank – Tag memory bank
• offset – Offset into the tag memory bank
• inventory [<1-100>|default] – Negates tag inventory for
the selected index or the default index
• filter – Configures tag filter for inventory
• start – Starts tag inventory
• start-trigger – Removes start trigger for tag inventory
• stop-trigger – Removes stop trigger for tag inventory
• zone – Configures logical reader
site
Negates site configuration
zone<1-48>
Negates zone configuration
ap [MAC Address
<coordinates>]
• AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF – Disables access port MAC IP
address
• coordinates – Negates AP location configuration
switch [coordinates
|geo-coordinates]
• Negates switch configuration parameters
• coordinates – Negates switch coordinates
configuration within the site
• geo-coordinates – Negates switch geo coordinates
configuration
Usage Guidelines
Use no command to undo the configurations on the parameters mentioned in the table.
Refer to the parameters, within this chapter, for complete syntax.
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#no aeroscout enable
RFSwitch
RTLS Instance
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#no ekahau enable
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#no
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
ekahau engine
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#no service inventory 1 zone 1
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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21.1.10 reference-tag
RTLS Config Commands
Configures fixed RFID tag as reference tag and sets its coordinates within a specified
location
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
reference-tag rfid <tag-id> coordinates x <0-65535> y
<0-65535> {[z<0-65535>]}{orientation [0|90|180|270]}
{range <1-50>}
Parameters
rfid <tag-id> coordinates x
<0-65535> y <0-65535> {[z
<0-65535>]} {orientation
[0|90|180|270]} {range <150>}
Configures rfid tag as a reference tag
• coordinates – Configures tag location
• x <0-65535> – Configure X coordinate
• y <0-65535> – Configure Y coordinate
• z<0-65535> – Configure Y coordinate
• orientation – Configures reference tag orientation
(angles in degrees)
• 0 – Increments only X
• 90 – Decrements only X
• 180 – Decrements only Y
• 270 – Increments only Y
• range <1-50> – Configures tag read range in feet.
Usage Guidelines
Use [no] reference-tag rfid <tag-id> (coordinates x <0-65535> y <065535>) (orientation (0|90|180|270)) range <1-150>] to rollback the
reference-tag configuration.
RTLS Instance
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#reference-tag rfid Symbol-Moto
coordinates x
600 y 600 orientation 180 range 40
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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21.1.11 rfid
RTLS Config Commands
Configures RFID reader parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
NOTE: rfid command instantiates (config-rtls-rfid) subinstance. For more details see RFID Instance on page 23-1.
The prompt changes from RFSwitch(config-rtls)# to
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)
Syntax
rfid
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#rfid
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#
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21.1.12 service
RTLS Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-rtls) instance
configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service [filter|inventory|show]
service filter <1-100> [action|length|mask|
memory-bank|name|offset]
service filter <1-100> action [allow|deny]
service filter <1-100> length <1-128>
service filter <1-100> mask <mask-name>
service filter <1-100> memory bank [epc|tid|uid]
service filter <1-100> name <name>
service filter <1-100> offset <0-32>
service inventory [<1-100>|default]
service inventory <1-100> [duration <0-100000>|
filter{<1-100>|<name>}|report {current|differential}|
round <0-10>|start|start-trigger|stop-trigger|zone]
service inventory <1-100> start-trigger [gpi port <1-65535>
event <0-1> timeout <0-65535> |immediate|periodic
offset <0-65535> period <0-65535> ]
service inventory <1-100> stop-trigger [duration
<0-65535>|gpi port <1-65535> event <0-1> timeout <0-65535>
|immediate]
service inventory <1-100> zone <1-48>
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Parameters
service filter <1-100>
[action|length <1128>|mask|
memorybank|name|offset<0-32>]
Configures RFID tag filter
• action [allow|deny] – Configures action for tag filter. By
default its configured to allow
• length <1-128> – Configures number of bits to compare
against tag mask
• mask <name> – Configures tag mask for filter
• memory-bank [epc|tid|uid] – Configures tag memory
bank for the filter
• epc – EPC memory bank
• tid – TID memory bank
• uid – UID memory bank
• name <name> – Configures tag filter name
• offset <0-32> – Configures first location of memory bank
against which the tag mask is compared
service inventory <1-100>
[duration <0-100000>|
filter{<1100>|<name>}|report
{current|differential}|
round <0-10>|start|
start-trigger|stoptrigger|zone]
A single tag inventory index
• duration <0-100000> – Inventory period in msecs
• filter [<1-100>|<name>] – Configures the selected tags
filter for inventory.
• report – Set tag inventory report type
• current – Reports current tag view
• differential – Reports only the tags changed since
previous report
• round <0-10> – Sets tag inventory round size
• start – Starts tag inventory
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• start-trigger – Configures start trigger for tag inventory
• gpi – Configures GPI event based start trigger
• port <1-65535> – Configures GPI port number
• event <0-1> – Configures a boolean GPI event value
that causes GPI event to trigger
• timeout <0-65535> – Configures trigger1 timeout in
miliiseconds
• immediate – Starts tag inventory immediately
• periodic – Configures periodic tag inventory
• offset <0-65535> – Configures time offset in
milliseconds
• period <0-65535> – Configures time period in
milliseconds
• stop-trigger – Configures stop trigger for tag inventory
• duration <0-65535> – Configures duration in
milliseconds
• gpi – Configures GPI event based start trigger
• port <1-65535> – Configures GPI port number
• event <0-1> – Configures a boolean GPI event value
that causes GPI event to trigger
• timeout <0-65535> – Configures trigger timeout in
miliiseconds
• immediate – Stops tag inventory immediately
• zone <1-48> – Configures the selected logical reader
show cli
Show running system information
• cli – Show CLI tree of current mode
Usage Guidelines
Use [no] service [options] to rollback any service related configurations.
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#service filter 1 length 1
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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21.1.13 show
RTLS Config Commands
Displays current system information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <parameters>
show rtls [aeroscout|espi|filter|ekahau|reference-tags|
rfid|site|sole|tags|zone]
Parameters
?
Suffix ? to the parameter to view its options and their
related configuration details.
Usage Guidelines
Use ? at the end of each option until the final configuration is displayed.
RTLS Instance
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Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
environment show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured MAC names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port
Physical/Aggregate port interface
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
role
Configure role parameters
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
t
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
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smtp-notifications
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#show
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#show rtls ?
aeroscout
Aeroscout configurations
espi
ESPI Configuration
filter
RFID Tag Filters
ekahau Ekahau configurations
reference-tags Reference tag Configurations
rfid
RFID Configuration
site
Site configurations
sole
SOLE configurations
tags
Tags/Assets (passive, active, wi-fi)
Information
zone
Show zone statistics
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#show rtls
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#show rtls site
Site Name
: Not configured
Site Description
: Not configured
Site Unit
: feet
Site Dimension
: 0L X 0W X 0H
Site Scale Factor
: 1.000000
Switch Coordinates
: 0:0:0
Swith Geo Coordinates : Not configured
Number of APs
: 0
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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21.1.14 site
RTLS Config Commands
Configures RTLS site dimensions
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
site [description|dimension|name]
site description <description>
site dimension [unit [feet|meters]|x <1-9000> y <1-9000>
z <0-180>]
site name <site-name>
Parameters
description <description>
Configures site description
• <description> – Enter a description for the site
dimension [unit
{feet|meters}|x <1-9000>
y <1-9000> z <0-180>]
Configures site dimensions
• length <value> – Configures site length. Select a value
between <1-9000> if the unit is in feet, and if the unit is
in meters the value will be between <1-3000>
• width <value> – Configures width of the site. Select a
value between <1-9000> if the unit is in feet, and if the
unit is in meters the value will be between <1-3000>.
• height <value> – Configures height of the site. Select a
value between <0-180>, if the unit is in feet and if the
unit is in meters the value will be between <0-60>unit –
Configures the distance measurement unit to be used for
the site
• feet – Site distances measured in feet
• meters – Site distances measured in meters
name <site-name>
Configures name for the site
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Usage Guidelines
Use [no] site [description |dimension|name]to rollback the configurations
made using the site command
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#site description "Motorola RMZ
Ecospace,
India, 5th Floor"
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#site name "BLR-RMZ Ecospace"
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
RTLS Instance
21.1.15 sole
RTLS Config Commands
Sets Smart Opportunistic Location Engine (SOLE) related configuration commands
This command leads you to the (config-rtls-sole)# sub-instance.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
NOTE: sole command instantiates (config-rtls-sole)
sub-instance.
For more details see SOLE Instance on page 24-1.
The prompt changes from RFSwitch(config-rtls)# to
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)
Syntax
sole
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#sole
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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21.1.16 switch
RTLS Config Commands
Configures the switch’s geographical location parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
switch [coordinates|geo-coordinates]
switch coordinates x <0-65535> y <0-65535> z <0-65535>
switch geo-coordinates longitude <-180.00-80.00>
latitude <-90.00 - 90.00>
Parameters
coordinates x <0-65535> Configures switch coordinates within the site
y <0-65535> z <0-65535> • x <0-65535> – Configures X coordinate
• y <0-65535> – Configures Y coordinate
• z <0-65535> – Configures Z coordinate
longitude <-180.0080.00> latitude
<-90.00 - 90.00>
Configures switch geographic coordinates
• longitude <-180.00-180.00> – Configures longitude in
degrees
• latitude <-90.00-90.00> – Configures latitude in degrees
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#switch coordinates x 121 y 121 z 135
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#switch geo-coordinates longitude 120
latitude 70
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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21.1.17 zone
RTLS Config Commands
Configures the zone. Maximum of 16 zones can be configured for a site.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
zone <1-48> [name <name>|perimeter x <0-65535> y <<0-65535> ]
Parameters
<1-48>name
<name>|perimeter x
<0-65535> y <<0-65535>
]
Select a single zone index for configuration
• name <name> – Configures name of new zone
• perimeter [x y]– Configures zone perimeter coordinates
• x <0-65535> – Defines X coordinate
• y <0-65535> – Defines Y coordinate
Usage Guidelines
Use {no} zone <index> [options] to negate a zones configurations
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#zone 1 name yard
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#zone 1 perimeter x 0 y 0
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#zone 1 perimeter x 40 y 0
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#zone 1 perimeter x 40 y 100
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21.1.18 ap
RTLS Config Commands
Configures ap coordinates
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
ap <MAC> coordinates x <0-9000> y <0-9000>
z <0-180>
Parameters
<MAC> coordinates x <0- Select a single zone index for configuration
9000>
• <MAC> – Configures access port MAC Address
y <0-9000>
• x <0-9000> – Defines X coordinate
z <0-180>
• y <0-9000> – Defines Y coordinate
• z <0-180> – Defines Z coordinate
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#ap AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF x 10 y 10 z 0
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
ESPI Instance
Use the (config-rtls-espi) instance to configure Enterprise Services Programming
Interface (ESPI) related configuration commands.
To navigate to this instance, use the commands
RFSwitch(config)#rtls
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#espi
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#
22.1 ESPI Config Commands
Table 22.1 summarizes config-rtls-espi commands:
Table 22.1 ESPI Config Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
adapter
Adapters configurations
page 22-3
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 22-4
end
Ends the current mode and changes to the EXEC mode
page 22-5
exit
End the current mode and moves to the previous mode page 22-6
help
Describes the interactive help system
page 22-7
no
Negates a command or set its defaults
page 22-8
service
Service Commands
page 22-9
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Command
show
Description
Shows running system information
Ref.
page 2210
ESPI Instance
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22.1.1 adapter
ESPI Config Commands
Enables/disables a specified adapter or all adapters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
adapter ale-tcp [enable|port <3000-3100>]
Parameters
adapter ale-tcp
[enable|port <30003100>]
Application side protocol implemented by adapter.
• ale-tcp – ALE over TCP Adapter
• enable – Activates/enables ESPI adapter
• port <3000-3100> – Configures ESPI adapter listening
port
Usage Guidelines
Use {no} adapter <adapter> enable to disable the specified adapter
NOTE: ALE-TCP is the only adapter shipped along with the switch.
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#adapter ale-tcp port 3040
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#
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22.1.2 clrscr
ESPI Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#
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22.1.3 end
ESPI Config Commands
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#end
RFSwitch#
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22.1.4 exit
ESPI Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
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22.1.5 help
ESPI Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help in HTML format
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#
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22.1.6 no
ESPI Config Commands
Defines the name of the adapter or disables the adapter(s)
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no adapter ale-tcp [enable|port <3000-3100>]
Parameters
adapter ale-tcp
[enable|port <30003100>]
Negates ESPI adapter configurations.
• adapter – Application side Protocol implemented by
adapter.
• ale-tcp – ALE over TCP Adapter
• enable – Deactivates/disables ESPI adapter
• port <3000-3100>– Configure ESPI adapter
listening port
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#no adapter ale-tcp enable
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#
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22.1.7 service
ESPI Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-if) instance configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#service show cli
ESPI Config mode:
+-adapter
+-ADAPTER
+-activate [adapter ADAPTER activate]
+-port
+-<3000-3100> [adapter ADAPTER port <3000-3100>]
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-help [help]
+-no
+-adapter
+-ADAPTER
+-activate [no adapter ADAPTER activate]
+-quit [quit]
............................................................
............................................................
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............................................................
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..........................................
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#
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22.1.8 show
ESPI Config Commands
Displays current system information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <parameters>
Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
ESPI Instance
environment
file
firewall
ftp
history
interfaces
ip
ldap
licenses
logging
buffer
mac
mac-address-table
mac-name
management
mobility
ntp
password-encryption
port
port-channel
privilege
radius
role
redundancy
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show environmental information
Display filesystem information
Wireless firewall
Display FTP Server configuration
Display the session command history
Interface status
Internet Protocol (IP)
LDAP server
Show any installed licenses
Show logging configuration and
Internet Protocol (IP)
Display MAC address table
Displays the configured MAC names
Display L3 Managment Interface name
Display Mobility parameters
Network time protocol
password encryption
Physical/Aggregate port interface
Portchannel commands
Show current privilege level
RADIUS configuration commands
Configure role parameters
Display redundancy group parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notification
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
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wireless
wlan-acl
Wireless configuration commands
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#show
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#show rtls espi ?
adapter
Adapter Configuration
ecspecs
ECSpecs configuration
subscriber Show info for giver subsriber's IP
tags
Tags/Assets (passive, active, wi-fi, uwb)
Information
RFSwitch(config-rtls-espi)#show rtls espi
RFID Instance
The (config-rtls-rfid) instance is used to configure RFID reader related
configuration parameters.
To navigate to this instance, use the commands
RFSwitch(config)#rtls
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#rfid
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#
23.1 RFID Config Commands
Table 23.1 summarizes config-rtls-rfid commands:
Table 23.1 RFID Config Commands
Command
Description
Ref.
activate
Activates/enables RFID reader configuration
page 23-3
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 23-4
end
Ends the current mode and moves to EXEC mode page 23-5
exit
Ends current mode and moves to the previous
mode
page 23-6
help
Description of the interactive help system
page 23-7
no
Negates a command or set its defaults
page 23-8
reader
RFID Readers configuration commands
page 23-9
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Table 23.1 RFID Config Commands
Command
Description
Ref.
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or
debug (config-rtls) instance configurations
page 23-12
show
Displays the running system information
page 23-15
RFID Instance
23.1.1 activate
RFID Instance
Activates and enables the Real Time Location System (RTLS ) adapter
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
activate
Parameters
None
Usage Guidelines
Use [no] to disable and deactivate the RTLS adapter
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#activate
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#
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23.1.2 clrscr
RFID Instance
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#
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23.1.3 end
RFID Instance
Ends and exits the current mode and changes to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#end
RFSwitch#
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23.1.4 exit
RFID Instance
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#exit
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#
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23.1.5 help
RFID Instance
Displays the interactive help system for RTLS instance
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#
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23.1.6 no
RFID Instance
Supported in the following platforms:Negates a RTLS command or set its defaults
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [activate|reader|service]
Parameters
activate
Deactivates/disables RTLS adapter
reader
Disables RFID reader configuration commands
service
Disables service commands
Usage Guidelines
Use [no] command to undo the configurations on the parameters mentioned in the table.
Refer to the parameters, within this chapter, for complete syntax.
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#no activate
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#
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23.1.7 reader
RFID Instance
Configures RFID Readers parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
reader [<index>|<reader-index-list>]
reader <index> [antenna|coordinates|description|
enable|id|name]
reader <index> antenna [<antenna>|<antenna-list>]
reader <index> antenna <antenna-list> [coordinates x
<x-coordinate> y <y-coordinate> z <z-coordinate>|
power <antenna-power>]
reader <index> coordinates x <x-coordinate> y <y-coordinate>
z <z-coordinate>
reader [<index>|<reader-index-list>] id <ip>
reader [<index>|<reader-index-list>] description
<description>
reader [<index>|<reader-index-list>] enable
reader [<index>|<reader-index-list>] name <name>
Parameters
reader [<index>|
<reader-index-list>]
Enter a single RFID reader index or a list (1,3,7) or
range ( 3-7) of RFID reader indices
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antenna
[<antenna>|<antennalist>] coordinates x <xcoordinate> y <ycoordinate> z <zcoordinate>
Configures the RFID readers antenna. Select a antenna
using its index, between <1-8> or range (eg:3-7) of antenna
indices or any RFID reader antenna
• coordinates - Sets the coordinates for the antenna
• x <x-coordinate> – Configures the x coordinate for the
antenna for the RFID reader.
• y <y-coordinate> – Configures the y coordinate for the
antenna for the RFID reader.
• z <z-coordinate> – Configures the z coordinate for the
antenna for the RFID reader.
reader [<index>|
<reader-index-list>]
antenna [<antenna>|
<antenna-list>] power
<antenna-power>
Configures the RFID reader power.
• power – Sets the power
• <antenna-power> – Sets the antenna power to between
<-63 and 63 dBm.
reader <index> id <ip>
Sets the IP address <ip> for the reader with index <index>.
reader <index>
coordinates x
<x-coordinate> y
<y-coordinate>
z <z-coordinate>
Sets the coordinates for the RFID reader.
• coordinates - Sets the coordinates for the reader
• x <x-coordinate> – Configures the x coordinate for the
RFID reader.
• y <y-coordinate> – Configures the y coordinate for the
RFID reader.
• z <z-coordinate> – Configures the z coordinate for the
RFID reader.
reader [<index>|<readerindex-list>] description
<description>
Sets the description of a RFID reader or a list of readers to
<description> (1-32 characters).
reader [<index>|<readerindex-list>] enable
Enables or connects the RFID reader with the index <index>
or a list of RFID readers <reader-index-list>.
RFID Instance
reader [<index>|<readerindex-list>] name
<name>
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Sets a user friendly name to a RFID reader or a group of
RFID readers to <name> (1-20 characters).
Usage Guidelines
Use [no] reader [<index>|<range>][options] to rollback any configurations
performed using the reader command
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#reader 1 antenna 1 coordinates x
400 y 400 z 500
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#
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23.1.8 service
RFID Instance
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-if) instance configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
service reader [<reader-index>|<reader-index-list>]
[antenna|upgrade]
service reader [<reader-index>|<reader-index-list>] antenna
[<antenna-index>|<antenna-list>|any] filter [<tag-filterindex>|<tag-filter-name>]
service reader [<reader-index>|<reader-index-list>] upgrade
ipaddr <ftp-ip> ftp-username <ftp-username> ftp-password
<ftp-password> ftp-path <file-path> username <reader-adminusername> password <reader-admin-password>
Parameters
show cli
Displays the CLI tree of the current mode
RFID Instance
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service reader
[<reader-index>|
<reader-index-list>]
antenna [<antennaindex>|<antennalist>|any] filter [<tagfilter-index>|<tag-filtername>]
Displays the RFID reader configuration information.
• <reader-index> – The RFID reader index.
• <reader-index-list> – A list of comma separated RFID
reader indices.
• antenna [<antenna-index>|<antenna-list>|all] – The
antenna information.
• <antenna-index> – The antenna index in case of
readers with multiple antennae.
• <antenna-list> – The list of comma separated antenna
indices.
• any – Indicates all antennas.
• filter [<tag-filter-index>|<tag-filter-name>] – RFID Tag
filter configuration
• <tag-filter-index> – The index of the Tag Filter.
• <tag-filter-name> – The name of the Tag Filter.
service reader [<readerindex>|<reader-indexlist>] upgrade ipaddr
<ftp-ip> ftp-username
<ftp-username> ftppassword <ftppassword> ftp-path <filepath> username <readeradmin-username>
password <readeradministrativepassword>
Upgrades the RFID readers.
• <reader-index> – The RFID reader index.
• <reader-index-list> – A list of comma separated RFID
reader indices.
• upgrade ipaddr <ftp-ip> – Upgrades the selected RFID
reader/readers from the ip address <ftp-ip>
• ftp-username <ftp-username> – The ftp username for
the upgrade FTP server.
• ftp-password <ftp-password> – The password for the
ftp-username <ftp-username>.
• ftp-path <file-path> – The path to the upgrade file on the
FTP server.
• username <reader-admin-username> – The
administrative username on the reader.
• password <reader-admin-password> – The password for
the username <reader-admin-username>.
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Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#service show cli
RFID readers Config mode:
+-activate [activate]
+-adopt-unconf-readers [adopt-unconf-readers]
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-do
+-LINE [do LINE]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-help [help]
+-no
+-activate [no activate]
+-adopt-unconf-readers [no adopt-unconf-readers]
+-reader
+-<1-48>
+-antenna
+-<1-8>
+-coordinates [no reader (<1-48>|READER) antenna
(<1-8>|ANTENNA) coordinates]
+-filter [no reader (<1-48>|READER) antenna (<1............................................................
...
............................................................
...
............................................................
...
............................................................
...
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#
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23.1.9 show
RFID Instance
Displays current system information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000:
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <parameter>
Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
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dpd
environment
file
firewall
ftp
history
interfaces
ip
ldap
licenses
logging
buffer
mac
mac-address-table
mac-name
management
mobility
ntp
password-encryption
port
port-channel
privilege
radius
redundancy-group
redundancy-history
the
redundancy-members
detail
role
rtls
running-config
securitymgr
sessions
connections
smtp-connections
snmp
snmp-server
spanning-tree
startup-config
static-channel-group
terminal
parameters
timezone
traffic-shape
upgrade-status
wios dataplane
show environmental information
Display filesystem information
Wireless firewall
Display FTP Server configuration
Display the session command history
Interface status
Internet Protocol (IP)
LDAP server
Show any installed licenses
Show logging configuration and
Internet Protocol (IP)
Display MAC address table
Displays the configured MAC names
Display L3 Managment Interface name
Display Mobility parameters
Network time protocol
password encryption
Physical/Aggregate port interface
Portchannel commands
Show current privilege level
RADIUS configuration commands
Display redundancy group parameters
Display state transition history of
switch.
Display redundancy group members in
Configure role parameters
Real Time Locating System commands
Current Operating configuration
Securitymgr parameters
Display current active open
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display SNMP engine parameters
Display spanning tree information
Contents of startup configuration
static channel group membership
Display terminal configuration
Display timezone
Display traffic shaping
Display last image upgrade status
RFID Instance
users
logged
version
wireless
wlan-acl
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Display information about currently
in users
Display software & hardware version
Wireless configuration commands
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#show
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#show rtls rfid ?
LLRP
Reader protocol statistics (LLRP)
inventory RFID Tag Inventory
reader
RFID Reader configuration commands
RFSwitch(config-rtls-rfid)#
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SOLE Instance
Use the (config-rtls-sole) instance to configure SOLE Location Engine related
parameters.
To navigate to this instance, use the commands
RFSwitch(config)#rtls
RFSwitch(config-rtls)#sole
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
24.1 SOLE Config Commands
Table 24.1 summarizes config-rtls-sole commands:
Table 24.1 Location Engine Config Command Summary
Command
Description
Ref.
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 24-3
end
Ends the current mode and moves to EXEC mode
page 24-4
exit
Ends current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 24-5
help
Description of the interactive help system
page 24-6
locate
Configures location commands
page 24-7
no
Negates a command or set its defaults
page 24-9
redundancy
Enables redundancy support across cluster members
for SOLE
page 24-10
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Table 24.1 Location Engine Config Command Summary (Continued)
Command
Description
Ref.
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
(config-rtls) instance configurations
page 24-11
show
Displays the running system information
page 24-12
rssi-filter
Filters rssi value in dbm
page 24-15
aap-rssiupdateinterval
Displays AAP probe packet interval value in seconds
page 24-16
mobile-unit
Displays mobile-unit configurations
page 24-17
SOLE Instance
24.1.1 clrscr
SOLE Instance
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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24.1.2 end
SOLE Instance
Ends and exits the current mode and changes to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#end
RFSwitch#
SOLE Instance
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24.1.3 exit
SOLE Instance
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#exit
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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24.1.4 help
SOLE Instance
Displays the interactive help system for RTLS instance
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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24.1.5 locate
SOLE Instance
Configures location commands
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
locate [aeroscout|mobile-unit|ekahau]
locate mobile-unit [<MAC-Addr>|enable|interval]
locate ekahau [enable|interval]
Parameters
aeroscout [enable|interval Locates aeroscout tags
<5-3600>
• enable – Enables on-board aeroscout location engine service
• interval <5-3600> – Configures location interval for
on-board locationing of aeroscout tags in seconds
mobile-unit
[<MAC-Addr>|
enable|interva <5-3600>l]
Locates specified mobile unit
• <MAC-Addr> enable – Enables location of specified MU
• enable – Enables location of all specified MUs
• interval <5-3600> – Configures MUs location interval for
locationing of MUs in seconds
Note: The switch currently supports locationing of 512 MUs only.
ekahau [enable|
interval<5-3600>
Locates ekahau tags
• enable – Enables on-board locationing ofekahau tags
• interval <5-3600> – Configures location interval for on-board
locationing of ekahau tags in seconds
Usage Guidelines
Use [no] locate [aeroscout|mobile-unit|ekahau] to rollback and disable all the
configurations performed using locate command
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Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#locate aeroscout enable
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#locate aeroscout interval 300
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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24.1.6 no
SOLE Instance
Disables the locationing adapter(s) and its configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [aap-rssi-update-interval|locate|mobile-nit|redundancy|
rssi-filter]
Parameters
aap-rssi-update-interval
Disables AAP probe packet interval
locate
Negates Location commands
[aeroscout|ekahau|mobile
-unit]
mobile-unit [<MACAddr|enable|interval <53600>]
Locates specified mobile-unit
• <MAC-Addr> (enable) – Disables location of specified
mobile uit
• enable – Disables location of all specified mobile units
• interval <5-3600> – Resets the location interval for the
locationing of MUs
redundancy enable
Disables SOLE redundancy
rssi-filter
Disables rssi-filter value in dbm
Example
RFswitch(config-rtls-sole)#no locate mobile-unit enable
RFswitch(config-rtls-sole)#
RFswitch(config-rtls-sole)#no locate mobile-unit interval
RFswitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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24.1.7 redundancy
SOLE Instance
Enables redundancy support across cluster members for SOLE
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
redundancy enable
Parameterse
redundancy enable
Enables the redundancy support across cluster members for
SOLE
Usage Guidelines
This command is disabled by default
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#redundancy enable
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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24.1.8 service
SOLE Instance
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-rtls) instance
configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#service show cli
Location Engine Config mode:
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-help [help]
+-locate
+-aeroscout
+-enable [locate (aeroscout|ekahau) (interval <53600>|enable)]
+-interval
+-<5-3600> [locate (aeroscout|ekahau) (interval <53600>|enable)]
+-mobile-unit
+-AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF
+-enable [locate mobile-unit (AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF|)
enable]
+-enable [locate mobile-unit (AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF|)
enable]
+-interval
+-<5-3600> [locate mobile-unit interval <5-3600>]
+-ekahau
+-enable [locate (aeroscout|ekahau) (interval <53600>|enable)]
+-interval..........................
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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24.1.9 show
SOLE Instance
Displays current system information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000:
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <parameters>
Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
SOLE Instance
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dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port
Physical/Aggregate port interface
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
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RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#show
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#show rtls sole ?
peers
Show SOLE peer information
probes Show probe information
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#show rtls sole peers
SOLE-WCCP status
:DOWN
SOLE-WCCP IP address:0.0.0.0
SOLE-Peer count
:0
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#show rtls sole probes
#
Tag MAC
Type
Switch-Id
Time
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
Probes
SOLE Instance
24.1.10 rssi-filter
SOLE Instance
Filters rssi values below this threshold
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
rssi-filter <-100-0>
Parameters
<-100-0>
Displays rssi filter value in dbm
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#rssi-filter -9
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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24.1.11 aap-rssi-update-interval
SOLE Instance
Displays AAP probe packet interval value in seconds
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
aap-rssi-update-interval <5-3600>
Parameters
aap-rssi-update-interval
<5-3600>
Displays aap-rssi filter value in seconds
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#aap-rssi-update-interval 99
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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24.1.12 mobile-unit
SOLE Instance
Displays mobile-unit configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
mobile-unit power-level <1-100>
Parameters
mobile-unit powerlevel
<1-100>]
Displays mobile-unit configurations
• power-level <1-100> – Displays mobile-unit power-level
Example
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#mobile-unit powerlevel 9
RFSwitch(config-rtls-sole)#
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Smart RF Instance
Use the (config-wireless-smart-rf) instance to configure Smart RF related
configuration commands. To navigate to the config-wireless-smart-rf instance,
use the following commands:
RFSwitch(config)#wireless
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#smart-rf
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
25.1 smart-rf Config Commands
The following table summarizes config-wireless-smart-rf commands:
Command
Description
Ref.
assignable- Specifies the power range during power-assignment
power-range
page 25-3
auto-assign
Enables individual RF parameters to be auto-assigned
page 25-4
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 25-5
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC
mode
page 25-6
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 25-7
extensivescan
Enables the extensive-scan mode, calibrations to be
made at every tx-power level
page 25-8
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Command
Description
Ref.
help
Displays the interactive help system
page 25-9
hold-time
The number of seconds to disable interference
avoidance after a detection
page 25-10
no
Negates commands or resets values to default
page 25-11
number-ofrescuers
Sets the number of rescuers to cover for faulty radios
page 25-18
radio
Smart RF radio related commands
page 25-19
recover
Enables individual self-recovery features
page 25-24
retrythreshold
Sets the average number of retries before a channel
scan is performed
page 25-25
run-calibrate Starts a new automatic RF calibration process
page 25-26
scan-dwelltime
Sets the time duration to dwell on a channel during
channel scan
page 25-27
schedulecalibrate
Sets the parameters for auto-calibrate
page 25-28
selectchannels
Selects channels for automatic channel scan and
Smart RF
page 25-29
service
Service commands that sets Smart RF parameters
page 25-30
show
Shows the running Smart RF information
page 25-34
smart-rfmodule
Enables the Smart RF module
page 25-40
verbose
Enables the verbose mode that records every Smart RF
assignment
page 25-41
Smart RF Instance
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25.1.1 assignable-power-range
Smart RF Instance
Specifies the power range during power assignment.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
assignable-power-range [<lower bound> <upper bound>]
Parameters
assignable-power-range
[<lower bound> <upper
bound>]
Specifies the power range during power assignment.
• lower bound – The lower bound of the power range.
Value is between 4 and 20.
• Upper bound – The upper bound of the power range.
Value is between 4 and 20.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#assignable-power-range 4
10
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.2 auto-assign
Smart RF Instance
Enables individual RF parameters to be auto-assigned
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
auto-assign [all|channel|detector|power|rescuer] enable
Parameters
auto-assign
[all|channel|detector|power|
rescuer] enable
Enables individual RF parameters to be auto-assigned.
• all - Enables auto-assign for all the RF parameters
• channel enable - Enables auto-assign for channels
• detector enable - Enables auto-assign for detectors
• power enable - Enables auto-assign for power
• rescuer enable - Enables auto-assign for rescuer
Example
RFSSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#auto-assign
RFSSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#auto-assign
enable
RFSSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#auto-assign
enable
RFSSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#auto-assign
RFSSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#auto-assign
enable
all enable
channel
detector
power enable
rescuer
Smart RF Instance
25.1.3 clrscr
Smart RF Instance
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.4 end
Smart RF Instance
Ends and exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes
to RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#end
RFSwitch#
Smart RF Instance
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25.1.5 exit
Smart RF Instance
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (config-wireless). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#exit
RFSwitch(config-wireless)#
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25.1.6 extensive-scan
Smart RF Instance
Enters the extensive scan mode
The device needs calibration at every tx-power level.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
extensive-scan enable
Parameters
extensive enable
Enables the extensive scan mode.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#extensive-scan enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.7 help
Smart RF Instance
Displays the system’s interactive help in HTML format
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFS7000(config-wireless-smart-rf)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFS7000(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.8 hold-time
Smart RF Instance
Defines the number of seconds to disable interference avoidance after a detection
This prevents a radio from changing channels continuously.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
hold-time <30-65535>
Parameters
hold-time <30-65535>
The number of seconds to disable interface avoidance after
a detection. This prevents the radio from changing channels
continuously. Set the values in seconds from 30-65535.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#hold-time 400
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
Smart RF Instance
25.1.9 no
Smart RF Instance
Disables the Smart RF configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
no [assignable-power-range|auto-assign|extensive-scan|
hold-time|number-of-rescuers|radio|recover|
retry-threshold|scan-dwell-time|schedule-calibrate|
select-channels|service|smart-rf-module|verbose]
no assignable-power-range [<4-20> <4-20>]
no auto-assign [all|channel|detector|power|rescuer]
no extensive-scan enable
no number-of-rescuers
no radio [<1-4096>|MAC-ADDRESS|RADIO|all-11a|all-11b|
all-11bg]
no recover [coverage-hole|interference|neighbor] enable
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
retry-threshold [<0.0-15.0>]
scan-dwell-time [<1-10>]
schedule-calibrate [enable|interval|start-time]
select-channels <WORD>
service smart-rf [max-history|replay enable|rescue]
smart-rf-module enable
verbose
Parameters
assignable-power-range
<4-20> <4-20>
Negates the power range assignment.
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auto-assign [all |channel
|detector|power|rescuer]
enable
Negates the auto-assign commands
• all - Disables all auto-assignment features
• channel enable – Disables channel assignments
• detector enable – Disables detector assignments
• power enable – Disables power assignments
• rescuer enable – Disables rescuer assignments
extensive-scan enable
Disables the extensive scan mode
hold-time <30-65535>
Disables hold-time for interference avoidance. Set the
value in seconds from 30-65535.
number-of-rescuers
Reverts to the default number of rescuers to cover faulty
radio
Smart RF Instance
radio [<1-4096>|
MAC- Address|RADIO|
all-11a|all-11b|all-11bg]
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Negates all radio related commands.
• <1-4096> – For each of the radio, the following values
are negated or reset:
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Resets the set antenna gain
value.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54 ] –
Resets the selected coverage rate value.
• lock-auto-assign [all | channel | detector | power |
rescuer] – Resets the lock auto assign value.
• radio-mac [AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF] – Resets the
selected Radio MAC address
• rescuer [AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF | all] – Resets the
selected rescuer MAC address or resets all the
rescuers.
• AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF – For the selected Radio MAC, the
following parameters are negated or reset.
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Resets the set antenna gain
value.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54] Resets the selected coverage rate value.
• lock-auto-assign [all | channel | detector | power |
rescuer] – Resets the lock auto assign value.
• RADIO – A list of radio index values such as 1,3,5 or 3-7
the following parameter values are negated or reset
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radio [<1-4096>|MAC
Address|RADIO|
all-11a|all-11b|all-11bg]
(contd....)
• all-11a - for all 802.11a radios, the following values are
negated or reset:
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Resets the set antenna gain
value.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54)]Resets the selected coverage rate value.
• lock-auto-assign [all | channel | detector | power |
rescuer] - Resets the lock auto assign value.
• all-11b - for all 802.11b radios, the following values are
negated or reset:
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Resets the set antenna gain
value.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54] –
Resets the selected coverage rate value.
• lock-auto-assign [all | channel | detector | power |
rescuer] – Resets the lock auto assign value.
• all-11bg - for all 802.11bg radios, the following values are
negated or reset:
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Resets the set antenna gain
value.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54] –
Resets the selected coverage rate value.
• lock-auto-assign [all | channel | detector | power |
rescuer] – Resets the lock auto assign value.
recover [coverage-hole|
interference|neighbor]
enable
Negates recover commands.
• coverage-hole enable – Negates the command to
recover from coverage-hole.
• interference enable – Negates the command to recover
from interference.
• neighbor enable – Negates the command to recover from
faulty neighbor radio condition.
retry-threshold
[<0.0-15.0>]
Resets recovery-threshold values to default.
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scan-dwell-time <1-10>
Resets the time a scan dwells on a channel during scan.
schedule-calibrate
[enable|interval|
start-time]
Resets the calibration schedule parameters.
• enable – Disables the calibration schedule feature.
• interval – Negates the calibration schedule interval.
• start-time – Negates the calibration schedule start time.
service smart-rf
[max-history|replay
(enable)|rescue]
Resets the Smart RF related service commands.
• smart-rf max-history – Resets the maximum number
history entries.
• replay enable – Disables the replay mode.
• rescue <WORD> – Removes rescue operation
• WORD – A single radio MAC address
select-channels <WORD> Revert selected- channels to default
• WORD– A comma-separated list of channels
smart-rf-module enable
Disables the feature
verbose enable
Disables the verbose mode of recording every assignment.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no ?
assignable-power-range reset the power range to default
auto-assign
disable individual RF parameters to
beauto-assigned
extensive-scan
extensive scan mode, calibrate at
everytx-power level
hold-time
The number of seconds to disable
interference avoidance after a
detection.
This prevents a radio from changing
channels continuously
number-of-rescuers
revert to default the number of
rescuers to cover faulty radio
radio
recover
features
Radio related commands
disable individual self-recovery
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retry-threshold
The average number retries to cause
a radio to re-run channel selection
scan-dwell-time
schedule-calibrate
parameters
select-channels
service
smart-rf-module
verbose
assignment
The number of seconds to dwell on a
channel during scan
configure calibration schedule
Revert selected-channels to default
Service Commands
smart-rf module
verbose mode, record every
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
10
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
gain 10
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no
history
assignable-power-range
auto-assign all enable
extensive-scan enable
hold-time 100
number-of-rescuers
radio 1 antenna-gain
radio all-11a antennarecover coverage-hole
retry-threshold 10.0
scan-dwell-time 10
schedule-calibrate
select-channels
service smart-rf max-
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RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no smart-rf-module enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#no verbose enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.10 number-of-rescuers
Smart RF Instance
Configures the number of rescuers to cover faulty radio conditions
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
number-of-rescuers <1-5>
Parameters
number-of-rescuers <1-5>
The number of rescuers to use to cover faulty radio
conditions.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#number-of-rescuers 2
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.11 radio
Smart RF Instance
Configures the different Smart RF radio parameters
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
radio [<1-4096>|MAC-ADDRESS|RADIO|all-11a|all-11b|all-11bg]
radio <1-4096> [antenna-gain|coverage-rate|
lock-auto-assign | radio-mac | rescuer]
radio <1-4096> anternna-gain <GAIN>
radio <1-4096> coverage-rate
[1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54]
radio <1-4096> lock-auto-assign
[all|channel|detector|power|rescuer]
radio <1-4096> radio-mac [MAC-ADDRESS]
radio <1-4096> rescuer [MAC-ADDRESS <4-20> <0-65535>]
radio MAC-ADDRESS anternna-gain <GAIN>
radio MAC-ADDRESS coverage-rate
[1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54]
radio MAC-ADDRESS lock-auto-assign
[all|channel|detector|power|rescuer]
radio RADIO anternna-gain <GAIN>
radio RADIO coverage-rate
[1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54]
radio RADIO lock-auto-assign
[all|channel|detector|power|rescuer]
radio all-11a anternna-gain <GAIN>
radio all-11a coverage-rate
[1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54]
radio all-11a lock-auto-assign
[all|channel|detector|power|rescuer]
radio all-11b anternna-gain <GAIN>
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radio all-11b coverage-rate
[1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54]
radio all-11b lock-auto-assign
[all|channel|detector|power|rescuer]
radio all-11bg anternna-gain <GAIN>
radio all-11bg coverage-rate
[1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54]
radio all-11bg lock-auto-assign
[all|channel|detector|power|rescuer]
Parameters
<1-4096> [antenna-gain |
coverage-rate |
lock-auto-assign |
radio-mac | rescuer]
Sets the following parameters for the selected radio:
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Sets the antenna-gain value to
GAIN for the selected radio.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54] – Sets
the coverage rate threshold value for under-coverage
detection to the selected value from the list.
• lock-auto-assign [all|channel|detector|power|rescuer] –
Locks rf configuration from automatic smart rf
assignments.
• radio-mac <AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF> – Sets the radio MAC
address for the radio with the selected index.
• rescuer {AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF <4-20> <0-65535> } – Sets
the MAC address for the rescuer radio. The following
parameters are also set:
• <4-20> – Boost power to cover for the defective radio.
• <0-65535> – Attenuation from the rescuer radio to
the selected radio. This is for information purposes
only.
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AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF
[antenna-gain |
coverage-rate |
lock-auto-assign |
rescuer]
Sets the following parameters for the selected radio.
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Sets the antenna-gain value to
GAIN for the selected radio.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54] – Sets
the coverage rate threshold value for under-coverage
detection to the selected value from the list.
• lock-auto-assign [all|channel|detector|power|rescuer] –
Locks rf configuration from automatic smart rf
assignments.
• rescuer {AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF <4-20> <0-65535> }– Sets
the MAC address for the rescuer radio. The following
parameters are also set:
• <4-20> – Boost power to cover for the defective radio.
• <0-65535> – Attenuation from the rescuer radio to
the selected radio. This is for information purposes
only.
RADIO [antenna-gain|
coverage-rate|
lock-auto-assign]
Sets the radio parameters to a set of radio indices.
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Sets the antenna-gain value to
GAIN for the selected radio.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54] – Sets
the coverage rate threshold value for under-coverage
detection to the selected value from the list.
• lock-auto-assign [all|channel|detector|power|rescuer] –
Locks rf configuration from automatic smart rf
assignments.
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all-11a [antenna-gain|
coverage-rate|lock-autoassign]
Sets the radio parameters for all 802.11a radios.
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Sets the antenna-gain value to
GAIN for the selected radio.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54] – Sets
the coverage rate threshold value for under-coverage
detection to the selected value from the list.
• lock-auto-assign [all|channel|detector|power|rescuer] –
Locks rf configuration from automatic smart rf
assignments.
all-11b [antenna-gain|
coverage-rate|
lock-auto-assign]
Sets the radio parameters for all 802.11b radios.
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Sets the antenna-gain value to
GAIN for the selected radio.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54] – Sets
the coverage rate threshold value for under-coverage
detection to the selected value from the list.
• lock-auto-assign [all|channel|detector|power|rescuer] –
Locks rf configuration from automatic smart rf
assignments.
all-11bg [antenna-gain|
coverage-rate|
lock-auto-assign]
Sets the radio parameters for all 802.11bg radios.
• antenna-gain <GAIN> – Sets the antenna-gain value to
GAIN for the selected radio.
• coverage-rate [1|2|5p5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54] – Sets
the coverage rate threshold value for under-coverage
detection to the selected value from the list.
• lock-auto-assign [all|channel|detector|power|rescuer] –
Locks rf configuration from automatic smart rf
assignments.
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Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
channel
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
4-5-6
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
5-6 20 30
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
antenna-gain 20
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
antenna-gain 20
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
rate 5p5
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
assign power
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#radio
gain 20
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
1 antenna-gain 20
1 coverage-area 18
1 lock-auto-assign
1 radio-mac 1-2-31 rescuer 1-2-3-41-2-3-4-5-6
2-5,8,11,15
all-11a coverageall-11b lock-autoall-llbg antenna-
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25.1.12 recover
Smart RF Instance
Enables individual self-recovery features
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
recover [coverage-hole|interference|neighbor]
Parameters
recover [coverage-hole|
interference|neighbor]
enable
Enables individual self recovery features:
• coverage-hole enable – Enables recovery from
coverage-hole errors
• interference enable – Enables recovery from
interference errors
• neighbor enable – Enables recovery from errors due to
faulty neighbor radios
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#recover coverage-hole
enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#recover interference
enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#recover neighbor enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.13 retry-threshold
Smart RF Instance
Sets the threshold for the average number of retries performed before a radio re-runs a
channel scan
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
retry-threshold <0.0-15.0>
Parameters
<0.0-15.0>
The value in decimal number. This is the average number of
retries a radio makes before it re-runs the channel scan.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#retry-threshold 8.4
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.14 run-calibrate
Smart RF Instance
Starts an automatic RF configuration process
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
run-caliberate
Parameters
None
Example
run-caliberate
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25.1.15 scan-dwell-time
Smart RF Instance
Sets the time in seconds to dwell on a channel during a channel scan
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
scan-dwell-time <1-10>
Parameters
scan-dwell-time <1-10>
The duration in seconds to dwell on a channel during a
channel scan.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#scan-dwell-time 10
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.16 schedule-calibrate
Smart RF Instance
Configures the calibrate schedule parameters
This is used to configure parameters that schedule the automatic configuration of the
Smart RF feature.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
schedule-calibrate [enable |interval |start-time]
schedule-calibrate interval <1-366>
schedule-calibrate start-time <HH:MM> <1-31> <1-12>
<2008-2035>
Parameters
enable
Enables the schedule-calibrate feature. When enabled, the
Smart RF auto calibration feature is performed at the set
interval.
interval <1-366>
Sets the interval in days between each auto calibration.
start-time <HH:MM>
<1-31> <1-12>
<2008-2035>
Sets the time and day to start the first auto-calibration.
<HH:MM> is in 24 hours format.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#schedule-calibrate enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#schedule-calibrate
interval 2
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#schedule-calibrate
start-time 10:30 1 1
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.17 select-channels
Smart RF Instance
Selects a list of channels for Automatic Channel Scan and Smart RF
Use this command to add channels or remove them from the channel list.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
select-channel [<WORD>|add<WORD>|remove <WORD>]
Parameters
<WORD>
A comma separated list of channel numbers.
add <WORD>)
Add a channel or a list of channels to the channel list.
remove <WORD>
Remove a channel or a list of channels from the channel list
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#select-channels 1,2,15-17
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#select-channels add
1,2,15-17
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#select-channels remove
1,2,15-17
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.18 service
Smart RF Instance
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-wireless-smart-rf)
instance configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
service smart-rf [clear-history|load-from-file|max-history
|replay|rescue|restore|save-to-file|simulate|step-calibrate]
service smart-rf clear-history
service smart-rf load-from-file
service smart-rf max-history <0-65535>
service smart-rf replay enable
service smart-rf rescue <WORD>
service smart-rf restore [WORD]
service smart-rf save-to-file
service smart-rf simulate [coverage-hole <1-4096> UINT_RANGE
{UINT_RANGE|pattern-11a|pattern-11b|
pattern-11bg|pattern-2-mbps}|interference]
service smart-rf simulate interference <WORD>
service smart-rf step-calibrate [assign-channel|
assign-detectors|assign-power|assign-prepare|
assign-rescuers|collect-data|prepare-detectors|
pull-rf-config|push-rf-config|sync-rf-config]
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Parameters
show cli
Displays the CLI tree of the current mode.
smart-rf [clear-history |
load-from-file|
max-history|replay|
rescue|restore|
save-to-file|simulate|
step-calibrate]
Smart RF related commands are executed from this service
command.
• clear-history – Clears assignment history
• load-from-file – Loads Smart RF record from file
smart.bin
• max-history <0-65535> – Sets the number of assignment
items to be retained as history.
• replay enable – Enables the Smart RF replay mode
• rescue <WORD> – Enables force rescue operation
• restore <WORD> – Removes any recovering operation on
given radio
• save-to-file – Saves Smart RF records to the local file
smart.bin
• simulate [coverage-hole|interference] – Simulates the
different radio events
• coverage-hole <UINT_RANGE> – Simulates the
coverage-hole event
• UINT_RANGE [pattern-11a|pattern-11b
|pattern11bg|pattern-2-mbps] – provide simulated
MU’s allowed
• interference – Simulates radio interferences
• step-calibrate [assign-channels|assign-detectors|
assign-power|assign-prepare|assign-rescuers|
collect-data|prepare-detectors|pull-rf-config|
push-rf-config|sync-rf-config] – Manages Smart-RF
commands
• assign-channels – Assigns channels to radios
• assign-detectors – Assigns detectors
• assign-power – Assigns tx power to radios
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• assign-prepare – Prepares assignment
• assign-rescuers – Assigns rescuers along with
recovering power
• collect-data – Collects site measurement data
• prepare-detectors – Prepare prior to assign
detectors
• pull-rf-config – Pull RF-configuration from cluster
members
• push-rf-config – Push Rf-configuration to cluster
members
• sync-rf-config – Sync RF-configuration of cluster
members
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#service show cli
Smart-RF Configuration mode:
+-assignable-power-range
+-<4-20>
+-<4-20> [assignable-power-range <4-20> <4-20>]
+-auto-assign
+-all
+-enable [auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-channel
+-enable [auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-detector
+-enable [auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-power
+-enable [auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-rescuer
+-enable [auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-end [end]
+-exit [exit]
+-extensive-scan
+-enable [(smart-rf-module|verbose|extensive-scan) enable]
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+-help [help]
+-hold-time
+-<30-65535> [hold-time <30-65535>]
+-no
+-assignable-power-range [no assignable-power-range]
+-auto-assign
+-all
+-enable [no auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-channel
+-enable [no auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-detector
+-enable [no auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-power
+-enable [no auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-rescuer
+-enable [no auto-assign
(detector|channel|power|rescuer|all) enable]
+-extensive-scan
+-enable [no (smart-rf-module|verbose|extensive-scan)
enable]
+-hold-time [no hold-time (|<30-65535>)]
+-<30-65535> [no hold-time (|<30-65535>)]
+-number-of-rescuers [no number-of-rescuers]
.....
+-smart-rf-module
+-enable [(smart-rf-module|verbose|extensive-scan) enable]
+-verbose
+-enable [(smart-rf-module|verbose|extensive-scan) enable]
+-write
+-memory [write memory]
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25.1.19 show
Smart RF Instance
Displays current system information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000 :
• port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <parameters>
show wireless smart-rf
history |radio]
show wireless smart-rf
show wireless smart-rf
show wireless smart-rf
[calibration-status|configuration|
calibration-status
configuration
history
show wireless smart-rf radio [config|local-status|map|
master-status|neighbors|spectrum]
show wireless smart-rf radio config[<1-4096>|MAC_ADDRESS
|all-11a|all-11bg]
show wireless smart-rf radio local-status[<1-4096>|
MAC_ADDRESS|all-11a|all-11bg]
show wireless smart-rf
all-11bg]
show wireless smart-rf
all-11a|all-11bg]
show wireless smart-rf
all-11a|all-11bg]
show wireless smart-rf
all-11a|all-11bg]
radio map [MAC_ADDRESS|all-11a|
radio master-status [MAC_ADDRESS|
radio neighbors [MAC_ADDRESS|
radio spectrum [MAC_ADDRESS|
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Parameters
?
Displays the parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP)
aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port
Physical/Aggregate port interface
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
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role
Configure role parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#show wireless ? aapversion
The minimum Adaptive firmware
version string
ap
Status of adopted access-port
ap-containment
Rogue AP Containment
ap-detection-config
Detected-AP Configuration
Parameters
ap-images
List of access-port images on
the
wireless switch
ap-unadopted
List of unadopted access-port
approved-aps
Approved APs seen by accessport
scans
channel-power
List of available channel and
power
levels for a radio
client
wireless client configuration
config
Wireless Configuration
Parameters
country-code-list
List of supported country
names and 2
letter IS0 3166 codes
Smart RF Instance
default-ap
access-port
hotspot-config
ids
known
mac-auth-local
entries
mesh
mobile-unit
units
multicast-packet-limit
phrase-to-key
by a
qos-mapping
used for
radio
radio-group
regulatory
power)
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Information for default
Wlan hotspot configuration
Intrusion detection parameters
Known AP related parameters
list out the mac-auth-local
Mesh related parameters
Details of associated mobilemulticast-packet-limit
display the WEP keys generated
passphrase
Quality of Service mappings
mapping wireless priorities and
802.1p / DSCP tags
Radio related commands
radio group configuration
Regulatory (allowed channel/
information for a particular
country
self-heal-config
Parameters
sensor
System
Self-Healing Configuration
Wireless Intrusion Protection
parameters. Use "sensor vlan x"
to
smart-rf
unapproved-aps
port or
specify the vlan(s) to which the
sensors are connected.
Smart-RF Management Commands
Unapproved APs seen by access-
mobile-unit scans
wireless-switch-statistics wireless-switch statistics
wlan
Wireless LAN related
parameters
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#show wireless smart-rf ?
calibration-status display smart-rf calibration status
configuration
display smart-rf configuration
history
display smart-rf assignment history
since
latest calibration
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radio
Radio related commands
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#show wireless smart-rf
configuration
Smart-RF Module
: disabled
Smart-RF Calibration configuration:
auto-assign detector
: enabled
auto-assign channel
: disabled
auto-assign power
: enabled
auto-assign rescuer
: enabled
channels selected
:
channels excluded
:
assignable-power-range : [ 4 - 16 ] dBm
number of rescuers
: 3
scan dwell time
: 1 second
retry-threshold
: 14.0 averaged retries/packet
hold-time
: 3600 seconds
Smart-RF Calibration Schedule:
schedule calibration
: disabled
schedule first-start
: Sat Mar 29 03:30:00 2008
schedule interval
: 1 day(s)
Smart-RF Run Time Monitor and Recovery configuration:
recover interference
: enabled
recover neighbor
: enabled
recover coverage-hole : enabled
Diagnostic configuration:
Verbose Mode
: disabled
Extensive Scan Mode
: disabled
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFS7000(config-wireless-smart-rf)#show wireless smart-rf
calibration-status
Smart-RF Calibration is busy at delay-second
Smart Master IP:
0.0.0.0
Smart RF Instance
My
IP:
Cluster Master :
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0.0.0.0
yes
Last Calibration Started at: Sun Sep 7 06:01:48 2008
Last Calibration Ended at:
Sun Sep 7 06:01:48 2008
Next calibration Starts at: not scheduled
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#show wireless smart-rf
history
Smart Master IP:
My
IP:
Cluster Master :
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
yes
Last Calibration Started at: Sun Sep 7 06:03:33 2008
Last Calibration Ended at:
Sun Sep 7 06:03:33 2008
Next calibration Starts at: not scheduled
Smart RF assignment history since last calibration, up to
9216 entries
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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25.1.20 smart-rf-module
Smart RF Instance
Enables the Smart RF feature
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
smart-rf-module enable
Parameters
smart-rf-module enable
Enables Smart RF.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#smart-rf-module enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
Smart RF Instance
25.1.21 verbose
Smart RF Instance
Enables the verbose mode that records every Smart RF assignment
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
verbose enable
Parameters
verbose enable
Enables the verbose mode where every Smart RF
assignment is recorded.
Example
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#verbose enable
RFSwitch(config-wireless-smart-rf)#
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Role Instance
Use the (config-role) instance to configure Role related configuration commands. To
navigate to the config-role instance, use the following commands:
RFSwitch(config)#role <rolename> <rolepriority>
RFSwitch(config-role)#
For more information on the role command, see role on page 5-80.
26.1 Role Config Commands
The following table summarizes config-role commands:
Command
Description
mRef.
ap-location
Sets the AP location configuration
page 26-3
authenticati
on-type
Sets the authentication type configuration
page 26-5
encryptiontype
Sets the encryption type
page 26-6
essid
Sets ESSID configuration for role based firewall
page 26-8
group
Sets role group properties
page 26-9
ip
Sets IP configuration properties
page 26-10
mac
Sets MAC configuration properties
page 26-11
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Command
Description
mRef.
mu-mac
Sets MU MAC configuration properties
page 26-12
no
Negates role commands.
page 26-14
service
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug
(config-dhcp) instance configurations
page 26-18
show
Displays the running system information
page 26-19
clrscr
Clears the display screen
page 26-13
exit
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode
page 26-16
end
Ends the current mode and moves to the EXEC mode
page 26-15
help
Displays the interactive help system in HTML format
page 26-17
Role Instance
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26.1.1 ap-location
Role Config Commands
Sets the AP location configuration
• This requires the location engine to be enabled on the RF Switch with a site, appropriate
zones defined and AP co-ordinates defined. The role based firewall has to know which
zone the MU is located when it associates for the ap-parameter option to work.
• The ‘ap-location’ parameter defines the zone or zones you wish to match.
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
• RFS7000
Syntax
ap-location
ap-location
ap-location
ap-location
ap_location
[any|contains|exact|not-contains]
any
contains <WORD>
exact <WORD>
not-contains <WORD>
Parameters
any
Defines any AP location.
contains <WORD>
AP location contains the string <WORD>.
exact <WORD>
AP location contains the exact string <WORD>
not-contains <word>
AP location does not contain the string <WORD>
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#ap-location any
RFSwitch(config-role)#
RFSwitch(config-role)#ap-location contains office
RFSwitch(config-role)#
RFSwitch(config-role)#ap-location exact warehouse
RFSwitch(config-role)#
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RFSwitch(config-role)#ap-location not-contains office
RFSwitch(config-role)#
Role Instance
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26.1.2 authentication-type
Role Config Commands
Selects authentication type for the role
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
• RFS7000
Syntax
authentication-type [any|eq|neq]
authentication-type any
authentication-type eq [eap|hotspot|kerberos|mac-auth|none]
authentication-type neq[eap|hotspot|kerberos|mac-auth|none]
Parameters
any
Any type of authentication.
eq
[eap|hotspot|kerberos|
mac-auth|none]
Authentication type equals one of the following:
• eap – Extensible Authentication Protocol
• hotspot – Hotspot authentication
• kerberos – Kerberos authentication
• mac-auth – MAC authentication protocol
• none – no authentication used
neq
[eap|hotspot|kerberos|
mac-auth|none]
Authentication protocol does not contain one of the listed
options.
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#authentication-type any
RFSwitch(config-role)#
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26.1.3 encryption-type
Role Config Commands
Selects encryption for the role
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
• RFS7000
Syntax
encryption-type [any|eq|neq]
encryption-type any
encryption-type eq [ccmp|keyguard|none|tkip|tkip-ccmp|
wep128|wep128-keyguard|wep64]
encryption-type neq [ccmp|keyguard|none|tkip|tkip-ccmp|
wep128|wep128-keyguard|wep64]
Parameters
any
Encryption type can be any
eq
[ccmp|keyguard|none|tki
p|tkip-ccmp|
wep128|wep128keyguard|wep64]
Encryption type equals one of the following:
• ccmp
• keyguard
• none
• tkip
• tkip-ccmp
• wep128
• wep128-keyguard
• wep64
Role Instance
neq
[ccmp|keyguard|none|tki
p|tkip-ccmp|
wep128|wep128keyguard|wep64]
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Encryption type must not be one of the listed options.
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#encryption-type wep128
RFSwitch(config-role)#
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26.1.4 essid
Role Config Commands
Sets ESSID configuration for the role
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
• RFS7000
Syntax
essid [any|contains|exact|not-contains]
essid
essid
essid
essid
any
contains <WORD>
exact <WORD>
not-contains <WORD>
Parameters
any
Any ESSID.
contains <WORD>
ESSID contains the string <WORD>.
exact <WORD>
ESSID contains the exact string <WORD>
not-contains <word>
ESSID does not contain the string <WORD>
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#essid any
RFSwitch(config-role)#
Role Instance
26.1.5 group
Role Config Commands
Sets group configuration for the role
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
• RFS7000
Syntax
group
group
group
group
group
[any|contains|exact|not-contains]
any
contains <WORD>
exact <WORD>
not-contains <WORD>
Parameters
any
Any group.
contains <WORD>
Group contains the string <WORD>.
exact <WORD>
Group contains the exact string <WORD>
not-contains <word>
Group does not contain the string <WORD>
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#group any
RFSwitch(config-role)#
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26.1.6 ip
Role Config Commands
Sets IP parameters for the role
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
• RFS7000
Syntax
ip access-group [<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>|<WORD>] [in|out] acl-precedence <1-100>
Parameters
access-group
[<1-99>|
<100-199>|<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>|<WORD>]
[in|out] acl-precedence
<1-100>
Sets the ACL precedence for the following ACL List entries
• <1-99> – IP standard access list
• <100-199> – IP extended access list
• <1300-1999> – IP standard access list (expanded range)
• <2000-2699> – IP extended access list (expanded range)
• <word> – IP access list name
• in – Apply grouping to incoming packets
• out – Apply grouping to outgoing packets
• acl-precedence <1-100> – Sets ACL precedence to a
value between 1 and 100.
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#ip access-group 8 in acl-precedence
RFSwitch(config-role)#
Role Instance
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26.1.7 mac
Role Config Commands
Sets MAC access group configuration commands
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
• RFS7000
Syntax
mac access-group <WORD> [in|out] acl-precedence <1-100>
Parameters
access-group <word>
[in|out] acl-precedence
<1-100>
Sets MAC access group configuration parameters
• <WORD> – The ACL name
• in – Apply grouping to incoming packets
• out – Apply grouping to outgoing packets
• acl-precedence <1-100> – sets ACL precedence to a
value between 1 and 100.
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#mac access-group 8 in acl-precedence
RFSwitch(config-role)#
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26.1.8 mu-mac
Role Config Commands
Configures the MU MAC addresses for role based firewall
Syntax
mu-mac [<MAC Address>|<MAC Address>/<Mask>|any]
Parameters
<MAC Address>
The address of the MU that is allowed. MAC address can
be in the format AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF or AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF
or AABB.CCDD.EEFF.
<MAC Address>/<Mask> The address and mask combination for the mu to be
allowed. <MAC Address> and <Mask> should be in the
format AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF or AA-BB-CC-DD-EE-FF or
AABB.CCDD.EEFF
any
Match with any MAC address.
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#mu-mac aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff
RFSwitch(config-role)#
Role Instance
26.1.9 clrscr
Role Config Commands
Clears the display screen
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
clrscr
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#clrscr
RFSwitch(config-role)#
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26.1.10 no
Role Config Commands
Negates role commands
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS6000
• RFS7000
Syntax
no [ap-location|authentication-type|encryption-type|essid|
group|ip|mac|mu-mac]
no ap-location
no authentication-type
no encryption-type
no essid
no group
no ip access-group [<1-99>|<100-199>|<1300-1999>|
<2000-2699>|<WORD>] [in|out] acl-precedence <1-100>
no mac <WORD> [in|out] acl-precedence <1-100>
no mu-mac
Role Instance
26.1.11 end
Role Config Commands
Exits the current mode and moves to the PRIV EXEC mode. The prompt changes to
RFSwitch#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
end
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#end
RFSwitch#
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26.1.12 exit
Role Config Commands
Ends the current mode and moves to the previous mode (GLOBAL-CONFIG). The prompt
changes to RFSwitch#(config)#
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
exit
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#exit
RFSwitch(config)#
Role Instance
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26.1.13 help
Role Config Commands
Displays the system’s interactive help in HTML format
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
help
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#help
CLI provides advanced help feature. When you need help,
anytime at the command line please press '?'.
If nothing matches, the help list will be empty and you must
backup
until entering a '?' shows the available options.
Two styles of help are provided:
1. Full help is available when you are ready to enter a
command argument (e.g. 'show ?') and describes each
possible
argument.
2. Partial help is provided when an abbreviated argument is
entered
and you want to know what arguments match the input
(e.g. 'show ve?'.)
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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26.1.14 service
Role Config Commands
Invokes service commands to troubleshoot or debug (config-role) instance
configurations
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
Syntax
service show cli
Parameters
None
Example
RFSwitch(config-role#service show cli
DHCP Server Config mode:
+-address
+-range
+-A.B.C.D [address range A.B.C.D ( A.B.C.D |)]
+-A.B.C.D [address range A.B.C.D ( A.B.C.D |)]
+-bootfile
+-WORD [bootfile WORD]
+-class
+-WORD [class WORD]
+-client-identifier
+-WORD [client-identifier WORD]
+-client-name
+-WORD [client-name WORD]
+-clrscr [clrscr]
+-ddns
+-domainname
+-WORD [ddns domainname WORD]
+-multiple-user-class [ddns multiple-user-class]
+-server
+-A.B.C.D [ddns server A.B.C.D (A.B.C.D|)]
.........................
......................................................
RFSwitch(config-dhcp)#
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26.1.15 show
Role Config Commands
Displays current system information
Supported in the following platforms:
• RFS7000
• RFS6000
SWITCH NOTE: The following commands display only for
RFS6000:
• power
The following commands display only for RFS7000: port-channel
• static-channel-group
Syntax
show <paramater>
Parameters
?
Displays parameters for which information can be
viewed using the show command
Example
RFSwitch(config-role)#show ?
access-list
Internet Protocol (IP) aclstats
Show ACL Statistics information
alarm-log
Display all alarms currently in the
system
autoinstall
autoinstall configuration
banner
Display Message of the Day Login
banner
boot
Display boot configuration.
clock
Display system clock
commands
Show command lists
crypto
encryption module
debugging
Debugging information outputs
dhcp
DHCP Server Configuration
environment
show environmental information
file
Display filesystem information
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firewall
Wireless firewall
ftp
Display FTP Server configuration
history
Display the session command history
interfaces
Interface status
ip
Internet Protocol (IP)
ldap
LDAP server
licenses
Show any installed licenses
logging
Show logging configuration and
buffer
mac
Internet Protocol (IP)
mac-address-table
Display MAC address table
mac-name
Displays the configured mac names
management
Display L3 Managment Interface name
mobility
Display Mobility parameters
ntp
Network time protocol
password-encryption
password encryption
port
Physical/Aggregate port interface
port-channel
Portchannel commands
privilege
Show current privilege level
radius
RADIUS configuration commands
redundancy
Display redundancy group parameters
rtls
Real Time Locating System commands
role
Configure role parameters
running-config
Current Operating configuration
securitymgr
Securitymgr parameters
sessions
Display current active open
connections
smtp-notification
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp
Display SNMP engine parameters
snmp-server
Display SNMP engine parameters
spanning-tree
Display spanning tree information
startup-config
Contents of startup configuration
static-channel-group static channel group membership
terminal
Display terminal configuration
parameters
timezone
Display timezone
traffic-shape
Display traffic shaping
upgrade-status
Display last image upgrade status
users
Display information about currently
logged
in users
version
Display software & hardware version
wireless
Wireless configuration commands
wlan-acl
wlan based acl
RFSwitch(config-role)#
MOTOROLA INC.
1303 E. ALGONQUIN ROAD
SCHAUMBURG, IL 60196
http://www.motorola.com
72E-121710-01 Revision A
March 2009
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