Tsunami MP-8100 Series Reference Manual
Tsunami MP-8100 Series
Reference Manual
Tsunami MP-8100 Reference Manual
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Tsunami MP-8100 Reference Manual
Version 1.0
P/N 77017, August 2009
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Contents
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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Command Line Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Accessing the Command Line Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Using CLI to Manage the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
General Notes on CLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Prerequisite Skills and Knowledge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Notation Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Navigation and Special Keys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Help Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
List Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Command Line Completion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Rules for the Table Objects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Accessing the Device through CLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Log into the Device using HyperTerminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Log into the Device using Telnet/SSH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Command Line Interface Modes Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
User Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Privileged Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Global Configuration Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Configuring the Device using CLI Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Commit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Reboot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Show Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Device Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Device Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Device Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Statistics Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Display the Kernel Route Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Display System Log and Event Log Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Clear Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Antenna Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Display the Learn Table Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Display the RIP Data Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Display the DHCP Server Data Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
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MIB Browser for SNMP Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Using MIB Browser in Snmpv1-V2c . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Using MIB Browser in SNMPv3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
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Event Log Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
DHCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Flash Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
License . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Logger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Netconfig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
NTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Monitord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Routing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
SNMP Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
System Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Sysutils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
TFTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
VLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Wireless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
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Alarm Traps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
TRAP GROUPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
InterfaceTraps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
OperationalTraps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
SystemTraps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
SNTPTraps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
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Windows IAS RADIUS Server Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Addition of Units to a Routed Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
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Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
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Preface
Preface
About This Manual
This document supplements the Tsunami MP-8100 Installation and Management Guide that is shipped with your product.
This manual contains the following information:
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Command Line Interface: Documents the text-based configuration utility’s keyboard commands and parameters.
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Event Log Error Messages: Documents the error messages that you may see in your Event Log.
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Alarm Traps: Documents the alarm traps that can be set.
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Microsoft Windows IAS Radius Server Configuration: Provides information to assist you in setting up the IAS
Radius Server.
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Glossary: Describes the terms used in the Tsunami MP-8100 documentation and in the wireless industry.
IMPORTANT! Some features/commands described in this document may not be available for your product.
Tsunami MP-8100 Installation and Management Guide
The Tsunami MP-8100 Installation and Management Guide provides the following information:
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Chapter 1 Overview: Provides an overview of Tsunami MP-8100 as well as wireless network topologies and
combinations that can be built with the unit.
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Chapter 2 Installation and Initialization: Provides detailed installation instructions and explains how to access the
device for configuration and maintenance.
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Chapter 3 Basic Configuration: Provides a high-level overview of system features, explains how to navigate the user
interface, and discusses the most common settings for managing the unit.
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Chapter 4 Advanced Configuration: Explains the Web Interface’s “Configure” options in a hierarchical manner, so
you can easily find details about each item.
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Chapter 5 System Management: Explains the Web Interface’s “MANAGEMENT” options in a hierarchical manner,
so you can easily find details about each item to effectively manage the device.
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Chapter 6 Monitoring the System: Explains the Web Interface’s “Monitor” options in a hierarchical manner, so you
can easily find details about each item.
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Chapter 7 Procedures: Provides details about the various procedures involved in the operation of the MP-8100 units
using the Web interface.
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Chapter 8 Troubleshooting: Provides instructions and solutions to solve the issues you may encounter while
installing and using the MP-8100 units.
The appendixes contain supplementary information, including frequency domain tables, channel frequency, and Technical
Support information.
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Command Line Interface
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1.1 Introduction
The Command Line Interface (CLI) is a text-based configuration utility that supports a set of keyboard commands and
parameters to configure and manage a MP-8100 unit. Users can enter command statements, composed of CLI commands
and their associated parameters. You can enter command statements from the keyboard for real time control or from scripts
that automate configuration.
You can use CLI as an alternative to the Web interface. You can, for example, quickly change multiple settings by running
commands in a batch. Administrators can use CLI to control radio operation and to monitor network statistics. The MP-8100
products support two types of CLI, Boot Loader CLI and normal CLI. The Boot Loader CLI provides a limited command set
and is used when the current firmware is missing.
NOTE: When the firmware is missing, the Bootloader CLI can be used to upload the new firmware.
1.1.1 Accessing the Command Line Interface
You can access the CLI over a serial connection (E.g., HyperTerminal) or through Telnet/SSH. During initial configuration, you
can use CLI over a serial port connection to configure the unit’s IP address. When accessing CLI through Telnet, you can
communicate with the unit using a switch or hub, over the Internet, or using an Ethernet cable that is connected directly to
your computer’s Ethernet port.
1.1.2 Using CLI to Manage the Device
The Command Line Interface (CLI) is a primary interface that allows you to configure, manage, and monitor the device. You
can directly execute the CLI commands to manage the device.
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CLI commands may be entered in real time through a keyboard or submitted with CLI scripts.
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The CLI can be accessed through both the Serial Port interface and over the Ethernet interface using Telnet.
NOTE: All CLI commands and parameters are case-sensitive.
1.2 General Notes on CLI
1.2.1 Prerequisite Skills and Knowledge
To use this document effectively, you should have a working knowledge of Local Area Networking (LAN) concepts, network
access infrastructures, and client-server applications. In addition, you must be familiar with software setup procedures for
typical network operating systems and servers.
1.2.2 Notation Conventions
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Computer prompts are shown as constant width type. For example: [Device-Name]>
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Information that you input is displayed in bold constant width type.
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The names of keyboard keys, software buttons, and field names are displayed in bold type. For example: Click the
Configure button.
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Screen names are displayed in bold italics.
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1.2.3 Navigation and Special Keys
The CLI supports the following navigation and special key functions to move the cursor along the prompt line.
1.2.3.1 Key Combination Operation
Key
Description
DEL, Backspace (BS)
Deletes previous character.
Ctrl-B
Moves back along the command line.
Ctrl-F
Moves forward along the command line.
Ctrl-A
Moves to the beginning of the command line.
Ctrl-E
Moves to the end of the command line.
Ctrl-C
Exits from one level.
TAB
Attempt command completion.
?
Provides command listing.
#
Used at the beginning of lines for comments.
1.2.4 Error Messages
The following table describes the error messages associated with improper inputs.
Error Message
Description
%Unknown command
A non-existent command has been entered at
the command prompt.
%Invalid Input value detected
An invalid value has been entered at the
command prompt.
Error in configuration parameters,
Please Verify your Configuration
An Invalid configuration entered at the
command prompt.
%Incomplete command
An incomplete command has been entered.
1.2.5 Help Message
When you type any command at the CLI and then press Enter, it displays the help on the inputs that can be used with the
command.
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System Name (config-vlan)# vlan-status
Identifier <enable(1)/disable(2)> required
System Name (config-vlan)# vlan-status enable
Or
System Name (config-vlan)# vlan-status 1
Note: Here vlan-status is the command, input ranges are enable and
disable. You can give 1 or 2.
1.2.6 List Commands
Using this feature, you can view a list of commands or arguments when you type the Question Mark (?) at the command
prompt. When you enter a particular character followed by ?, then the command prompt will display all the related
commands or arguments that match the character that you have typed.
System Name > ?
Possible completions:
aad
clear
disable
enable
exit
ping
showShow
traceroute
Antenna Alignment Display
Clear the statistics
Turn off privileged commands
Turn on privileged commands
Exit from EXEC
Send Echo Messages
Running System Information
Trace Route to Destination
Operation
Basic Example
System Name>?
Display all the commands that are available.
System Name>s?
Display all the commands that start with “s”.
System Name>show filtering ?
Display all the commands under filtering.
1.2.7 Command Line Completion
When you enter a command and then press TAB, it displays the complete command name that you were typing or it displays
a list of commands if there are multiple matches.
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System Name#con<TAB>
NOTE: Press the TAB key, to complete the command.
System Name#configure
System Name (config)# ra<TAB>
% Ambiguous command: ra
Possible completions:
radius
Radius Configuration
radio-mode
Radio Mode Configuration
System Name (config)# radi
System Name (config)# radiu<TAB>
System Name (config)# radius
1.2.8 Rules for the Table Objects
Tables hold parameters for several related items.
1.2.8.1 Creation of a Table Entry
When creating a table entry
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Table index and entry status are required.
system-Name (config-mon-syslog-hosttbl)#rowadd 0 ?
Possible Completions
comment
entry-status
ipaddress
port
system
system
system
system
system
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
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Entry Status Configuration
IpAddress Configuration
Port Configuration
(config-mon-syslog-hosttbl)#rowadd
(config-mon-syslog-hosttbl)#rowadd
(config-mon-syslog-hosttbl)#rowadd
(config-mon-syslog-hosttbl)#rowadd
(config-mon-syslog-hosttbl)#rowadd
0
0
0
0
0
entry-status 4
ipaddress 10.0.0.1
port 123
comment string
entry-status 4
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NOTE:
• For dynamic row creation, you have to set the entry status first and then other elements followed by setting the
entry status again.
• Always set the index value to 0 for creating a new dynamic row.
1.2.8.2 Modification of a Table Entry
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To modify a table entry, you have to mention the Index number.
System Name (config-mon-syslog-hosttbl)#rowedit 1 ipaddress 10.0.0.10
1.2.8.3 Deletion of a Table Entry
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To delete a table entry, you have to mention the index number.
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Entry status of the row needed to be destroyed is set to destroy.
System Name(config-mon-syslog-hosttbl)#rowedit 5 entry-status destroy
1.3 Accessing the Device through CLI
You can use the following methods to access the CLI of the unit:
1.3.1 Log into the Device using HyperTerminal
1. Open the terminal emulation program (like HyperTerminal) and set the following connection properties:
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Com Port: <COM1, COM2, etc., depending on your computer>
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Baud rate: 115200
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Data Bits: 8
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Stop bits: 1
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Flow Control: None
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Parity: None
2. Under File > Properties > Settings > ASCII Setup, enable the Send line ends with line feeds option.
HyperTerminal sends a line return at the end of each line of code.
3. Enter the CLI password (default username is admin and password is public).
1.3.2 Log into the Device using Telnet/SSH
To log into the device using Telnet
1. Confirm that your computer’s IP address is in the same IP subnet as the device.
2. Go to the DOS command prompt on your computer.
3. Type telnet <IP Address of the unit>.
4. Enter the CLI’s default username and password, (default username is admin and password is public).
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NOTE:
• Proxim recommends changing your default passwords immediately. To perform this operation, use CLI commands.
• If you have not previously configured the unit’s IP address and do not have a DHCP server on the network, the unit
will use the default IP address of 169.254.128.132.
• The username and password are case-sensitive. If you enter an incorrect password, then a message is displayed
stating that the password is incorrect.
1.4 Command Line Interface Modes Overview
The Command Line Interface (CLI) is divided into different command modes. Each command mode has its own set of
commands that manage the network operations. The commands that are available depend on the mode that you are in.
CLI operates in two main modes:
•
User Mode
•
Privileged Mode
1.4.1 User Mode
The moment you log into the device, with Username and Password, you enter into the User mode. In this mode, you can view
the configuration of only a few parameters. For configuring the device, you must be in the privileged mode which can be
entered by executing the “enable” command from the User Mode.
Example:
System Name>
To find more commands in this mode, the user has to type question mark.
System Name>?
System Name > ?
Possible completions:
aad
clear
disable
enable
exit
ping
showShow
traceroute
Antenna Alignment Display
Clear the statistics
Turn off privileged commands
Turn on privileged commands
Exit from EXEC
Send Echo Messages
Running System Information
Trace Route to Destination
To use the privileged mode, you need to type enable command from User mode.
1.4.2 Privileged Mode
Use the following command to access the privileged mode:
System Name>enable (this command enables the privileged mode).
In this mode, you can view all the configured parameters of the device by using show ?. This mode is identified by a pound
sign (#) at the command prompt.
System Name#
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To list the commands in the Privileged mode, enter ?. This lists the following:
System Name#?
Possible completions:
aad
Antenna Alignment Display
clear
Clear the Statistics
configure
Enter Global Configuration Mode
disable
Turn off privileged commands
enable
Turn on privileged commands
exit
Exit from EXEC
ping
Send Echo Messages
show
Show Running System Information
traceroute
Trace Route to Destination
1.4.3 Global Configuration Mode
In this mode, you can configure your device. Use the ‘configure’ command to enter this mode.
Example:
System Name# configure
System Name(config)#
This brings the CLI into a special mode called “Global Configuration Mode”, where full access permissions are given to the
user for configuring any available configuration of the device through CLI. The command prompt of this mode uses an
interactive hierarchical format which shows the configuration level the user is in and with its name.
1.5 Configuring the Device using CLI Commands
The Command Line Interface (CLI) is divided into different command modes. Each command mode has its own set of
commands that manage the network operations. The commands that you use also depend on the mode that you are in.
1.5.1 Commit
To apply the changes done, you have to commit those changes before exiting from the configure mode. To do this, use the
following commands before doing an exit from configure mode. Value for commit must be set to 1.
System Name> enable
System Name# configure
System Name(config)#commit ?
% Input Range <value(1)> required
System Name(config)# commit 1
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1.5.2 Reboot
For some commands, such as Frequency Domain, Radio Mode and others, it’s necessary to commit and reboot the system to
reflect the changes. This can be done by using the reboot command under configure level. For this, follow the procedures
shown below before exiting the configure mode.
System Name> enable
System Name# configure
System Name(config)#reboot ?
Possible completions:
<yes(1)/no(2)>
Reboot the device. Set 1 to reboot
System Name(config)# reboot 1
1.5.3 Show Command
System Name> show ?
Possible completions:
hostname
ip
licensed-feature
system-information
tech-support
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
the Host Name Information
the Ip Information
the license feature Information
the System Information
Technical Support Information
When you enter show command along with ? at the CLI command prompt, it lists the following feature that you can
configure or view.
When you execute show command in user mode, you will get few commands only. But in privileged mode, all available
commands under show are displayed and can be executed.
You can execute show command only when you are in user mode or privileged mode, but not in Global configuration mode.
System Name# show ?
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By typing question mark with the show command in the privileged mode, you can get the show command structure and you
can see the command’s description.
System Name# show ?
Possible completions:
access-ctrl
dhcp
ethernet
eventlog
filtering
hostname
http
inventory
ip
kernel-route-tbl
licensed-feature
macacl
monitor-usage
network
qos
running-config
security
snmp
sntp
ssh
statistics
syslog
system-information
system-type
tech-support
telnet
templog
tftp
traphost
vlan
vlan-trunk
wireless
worp-qos
Access Control,Table Configuration
DHCP Configuration
Ethernet Configuration
Eventlog Configuration
Filtering Configuration
Display the Host Name Information
Http Configuration
Display the Security ID,Inventory Component Table
Display Ethernet Ip/Wireless Ip/Default Gateway Information
Display the Kernel Route Table Information
Display the license feature Information
Mac Acl Configuration
Displaying the CPU,RAM Usage
Network Configuration
QoS Configuration
Display All the Running Configuration
Security Configuration
Display SNMP V3/SNMP read,read write Password Information
Sntp Configuration
SSH Configuration
Statistics Monitoring
Display the Syslog,Hosttable Configuration
Display the System Information
Display the System Type table,Country Code,Forward Mode
Display Technical Support Information
Telnet Configuration
Display the Temperature Log Table Configuration
Tftp Configuration
Display the Trap Host table information
Vlan,SU Vlan Ethernet Configuration
Vlan Trunk Table Configuration
Wireless Status and Configuration
Display the Worp Qos Configuration
1.5.4 Device Configuration
To configure the device parameters in Global Configuration mode, type ? to list the available commands.
System Name>enable
System Name #configure
System Name(config)#?
Possible completions:
commit
dhcp
ethernet
exit
filtering
macacl
management
monitor
network
qos
radio-mode
radius
reboot
security
system-configure
vlan
wireless
worp-qos
Apply the changed configurations to the device
DHCP Configuration
Ethernet Configuration
Exit from configure mode
Filtering Configuration
Macacl Configuration
Management Configuration
Monitor Configuration
Network Configuration
Quality of Service Configuration
Radio Mode Configuration
Radius Configuration
Reboot the device.Set 1 to reboot
Security Configuration
Country Code,Packet Mode Configuration
Vlan Configuration
Wireless Configuration
Worp Qos Configuration
To proceed with configuration, select each interface and enter the required parameters and their configurations.
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1.5.4.1 Network
To configure the Network Parameters, use the following commands.
System Name(config)# network
System Name(config-net)# ?
Possible completions:
clear-interface-stats
exit
ip
nat
primary-dns-ip
rip
secondary-dns-ip
static-routes
System Name(config-net)#
Clear Interface Statistics
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
Ether ip/Wireless Ip Configuration
NAT Configuration
Primary DNS IP Address Configuration
Routing Information Protocol
Secondary DNS IP Address Configuration
Static Routes Configuration
Perform the following commands to configure the IP settings. Configuration changes in IP settings takes effect only after
commit and reboot. You can commit and reboot the device using the Commit and Reboot commands.
IP Configuration
System Name(config-net)# ip
System Name(config-net-ip)#?
Ethernet IP Configuration
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config-net-ip)# ethernet-ip-table
Name(config-net-ip-etherip)# index 1 ipaddress 10.0.0.1
Name(config-net-ip-etherip)# index 1 mask 255.255.255.0
Name(config-net-ip-etherip)# index 1 address-type static
Name(config-net-ip-etherip)#exit
Name(config-net-ip)#exit
Name(config-net)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Note: Here index represents the Ethernet interface.
IP settings on the device can be displayed using the following Show Command.
System Name# show ip
// IP CONFIGURATION //
Ip Address
: 10.0.0.1
Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Address Type : static
// IP Gateway //
Gateway IP Address : 169.254.128.1
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Wireless IP Config Table Configuration
Wireless IP settings can be configured only in Routing Mode of BSU and SU.
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config-net-ip)# wireless-ip-table
Name(config-net-ip-wirelessconfig)# index 1 ip 169.254.131.132
Name(config-net-ip-wirelessconfig)# index 1 mask 255.255.255.0
Name(config-net-ip-wirelessconfig)# exit
Name(config-net-ip)# exit
Name(config-net)# exit
Name(config)# exit
Name# show ip
System Name# show ip
// IP CONFIGURATION //
Ip Address
: 10.0.0.1
Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Address Type
: static
// IP Gateway Configuration//
Gateway IP Address
: 169.254.128.1
// WIRELESS IP CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Ip Address
: 169.254.128.12
Mask
:255.255.255.0
Default Gateway Configuration
System Name(config-net-ip)# default-gateway 169.254.128.1
System Name# show ip
// IP CONFIGURATION //
Ip Address
: 10.0.0.1
Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Address Type
: static
// IP Gateway //
Gateway IP Address
: 169.254.128.1
RIP Status and RIP Config Table
Enter the following commands to configure and enable RIP. Note that RIP is configurable only when the device is in Routing
Mode and Network Address Translation (NAT) is disabled.
Configuring RIP Status
System Name(config-net)# rip
System Name(config-net-rip)# status enable
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RIP Config Table Configuration
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config-net-rip)# config-table
Name(config-net-rip-riptbl)# rowedit
Name(config-net-rip-riptbl)# rowedit
Name(config-net-rip-riptbl)# rowedit
Name(config-net-rip-riptbl)# rowedit
Name(config-net-rip-riptbl)# rowedit
Name(config-net-rip-riptbl)# exit
Name(config-net-rip)# exit
Name(config-net)# exit
Name(config)# exit
1
1
1
1
1
authentication-key word
authentication-type none
receive-only no
status enable
version-number v2
RIP Table display when two Ethernet & a Wireless Interface status is Enabled.
System Name# show network rip
// RIP TABLE CONFIGURATION //
Rip Configuration Status : enable
INDEX 1
Interface Name
Interface Status
Authentication Type
Authentication Key
Version Number
Receive only
INDEX 2
Interface Name
Interface Status
Authentication Type
Authentication Key
Version Number
Receive only
INDEX 3
Interface Name
Interface Status
Authentication Type
Authentication Key
Version Number
Receive only
:
:
:
:
:
:
Ethernet 1
enable
none
:
:
:
:
:
:
Ethernet 2
enable
none
:
:
:
:
:
:
Wireless 1
enable
none
v2
no
v2
no
v2
no
Static Route Status and Static Route Table
Static Routes can be configured using the following commands:
System Name(config)# network
System Name(config-net)# static-routes
System Name(config-net-static)#?
Possible completions:
exit
static-route-status
static-route-table
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
Static Route Status Configuration
Static Route Table Configuration
To configure the Static Route Status, use the following command:
System Name(config-net-staticroute)#
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Static Route Table Configuration
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config-net)# static-route-table
Name(config-net-static-staticroute)#
Name(config-net-static-staticroute)#
Name(config-net-static-staticroute)#
Name(config-net-static-staticroute)#
Name(config-net-static-staticroute)#
Name(config-net-static-staticroute)#
Name(config-net-static-staticroute)#
Name(config-net-static)# exit
Name(config-net)#exit
Name(config)#exit
rowadd
rowadd
rowadd
rowadd
rowadd
rowadd
exit
0
0
0
0
0
0
entry-status create
metric 2
destination-address 10.0.0.1
route-mask 255.255.255.0
route-nexthop 169.254.131.89
entry-status create
To display Static Routes configured in the table, use the following command:
System Name# show network static-route
// NETWORK STATIC ROUTE TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Destination Address
Route Mask
Route Next Hop
Metric
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
:
10.0.0.1
255.255.255.0
169.254.131.89
2
enable
NAT
Enter the following commands to configure and enable NAT.
1. NAT is configurable only when the Device Radio Mode is SU and Network Mode is Routing.
2. Changes to NAT parameters, including the NAT Static Port Mapping Table, require a commit and reboot to take effect.
3. When NAT is enabled, the DHCP Relay Agent and RIP must be disabled.
To enable NAT functionality and to enable Static NAT Port Bind Table status, use the following commands:
System Name(config-net)# nat
System Name(config-net-nat)# nat-status enable
System Name(config-net-nat)# port-bind-status enable
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Port Bind Table Configuration
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config-net-nat)# port-bind-table
Name(config-net-nat-portbind)# rowadd
Name(config-net-nat-portbind)# rowadd
Name(config-net-nat-portbind)# rowadd
Name(config-net-nat-portbind)# rowadd
Name(config-net-nat-portbind)# rowadd
Name(config-net-nat-portbind)# rowadd
Name(config-net-nat-portbind)#exit
Name(config-net-nat#exit
Name(config-net#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name#
0
0
0
0
0
0
entry-status create
end-portnumber 12000
start-portnumber 10000
local-address 192.168.2.80
port-type tcp
entry-status create
NAT Configuration Can be displayed using the following Command.
System Name#show network nat
// NAT CONFIGURATION //
NAT Status
Port Binding Status
: enable
: enable
INDEX 1
Local Address
Port Type
Start Port Number
End Port Number
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
:
192.168.2.80
tcp
10000
12000
enable
Clearing All Interface Statistics
System Name(config)# network
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats ?
Possible completions:
<none(1)/ethernetIntf1(2)/ethernetIntf2(3)/bridgeStats(4)/arpTable(5)/wirelessIntf1(6)/wir
elessIntf2(7)/worpIntf1(8)/worpIntf2(9)/learnTable(10)>
Clear Interface Statistics
To Clear the Ethernet Statistics use the Following Commands:
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats 2
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats 3
/* For Ethernet Intf 1 */
/* For Ethernet Intf 2 */
To Clear the Bridge Statistics:
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats 4
To Clear ARP table Entries :
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats 5
To Clear Wireless Statistics :
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats 6
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats 7
/* For Wireless Intf 1 */
/* For Wireless Intf 2 */
To Clear WORP statistics :
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats 8
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats 9
/* For WORP Intf 1 */
/* For WORP Intf 2 */
To Clear Learn Table Entries:
System Name(config-net)# clear-interface-stats 10
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Primary DNS, Secondary DNS, and Supported Interfaces
Supported Interfaces Scalar is a read-only parameter, and it displays the interface names that are supported on the device
depending upon the Network Mode (Bridge/Router) in which the device is running. To configure Primary/Secondary Domain
Name Servers on the device, use the following commands.
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config)# network
Name(config-net)# flush-arptable no
Name(config-net)# primary-dns-ip 172.18.18.23
Name(config-net)# secondary-dns-ip 169.234.127.12
Name(config-net)#exit
Name(config)#exit
DNS servers configuration and supported interfaces on the device can be shown using the
following Command:
System Name# show network netconfig
// NETCONFIG CONFIGURATION //
Flush ARP Table
All Interfaces Default Router Address
Supported Interfaces
Primary DNS Ip Address
Secondary DNS IP Address
:
:
:
:
:
no
192.168.2.1
br0
172.18.18.23
169.234.127.12
Radio Mode Configuration
The device supports two modes, BSU and SU.
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System Name(config)# radio-mode
System Name(config-radio)# ?
Possible completions:
exit
interface
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
Radio Mode Index
System Name(config-radio)# interface 1 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
radio-mode
Execute this command
Configure the mode of the radio(s)
System Name(config-radio)# interface 1 radio-mode
% Input Range <ap(1),client(2),wds(3),bsu(4),endPointa(4),su(5),endPointb(5)..Plz refer the
Supported mode radio mode(s).> required
Note: Here you have to configure the radio mode as endPointa or endPointb.
System Name(config-radio)# interface 1 radio-mode 4
Changes in Radio Mode requires Reboot
Changes in Radio Mode resets the Wireless and WORP parameters to default values
System Name(config-radio)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show system-type
// SYSTEM COUNTRY CODE,PACKET FORWARD MODE CONFIGURATION
Forwarding Mode
Active Network Mode
//
: bridge
: bridge
// SYSTEM TYPE CONFIGURATION //
RADIO-INDEX 1
Radio Mode
Active Mode
Supported Radio Modes
Supported Frequency Domains
Frequency Domain
Active Frequency Domain
:
:
:
:
:
:
EndPointA
EndPpintA
EndPointA<4>,EndPointB<5>
4,9,10,11,13,14,15,6,7,8,12,5
taiwan5ghz
taiwan5ghz
Country Code, Network Mode, and Frequency Domain Configuration
The device can operate in two network modes, they are
•
Bridge Mode
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•
Routing Mode.
System Name(config)# system-configure
System Name(config-sysconfig)# ?
Possible completions:
country-code
Country Code Configuration
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
frequency-domain
Configure the Frequency Domain
network-mode
Network mode of the Device
System Name(config-sysconfig)# country-code AT
Country Code is configurable only in AP mode.
Error in configuration parameters, Please verify Your Configuration
System Name(config-sysconfig)# network-mode bridge
Changes in Network Mode requires Commit and Reboot.
System Name(config-sysconfig)# frequency-domain ?
Possible completions:
<unitedstatesall(1),unitedstatesadhoc(2),unitedstates2p4(3),worldall(4),world4p9ghz(5),wor
ld2p4ghz(6),world2p3ghz(7),world2p5ghz(8),canada5ghz(9),europe5p8ghz(10),europe5p4ghz(11),
europe2p4ghz(12),russia5ghz(13),taiwan5ghz(14),unitedstates5ghz(15), canada5p8ghz(16)>
configure the Frequency Domain
System Name(config-sysconfig)# frequency-domain 14
Changes In Frequency Domain Requires Reboot.
System Name(config-sysconfig)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name#exit
System Name# show system-type
// SYSTEM COUNTRY CODE,PACKET FORWARD MODE CONFIGURATION
Forwarding Mode
: bridge
Active Network Mode
: bridge
// SYSTEM TYPE CONFIGURATION
//
//
RADIO-INDEX 1
Radio Mode
Active Mode
Supported Radio Modes
Supported Frequency Domains
Frequency Domain
Active Frequency Domain
:
:
:
:
:
:
EndPointA
EndPointA
EndPointA<4>,EndPointB<5>
4,9,10,11,13,14,15,6,7,8,12,5
taiwan5ghz
taiwan5ghz
1.5.4.2 DHCP
When DHCP Server status is enabled, the DHCP server allocates IP addresses to hosts on the Ethernet side of the BSU or SU.
After adding entries, you must commit and reboot the device for the values take effect.
NOTE: To enable DHCP Server on the device, at least one interface must be enabled in the DHCP Interface Table. To
enable DHCP Server on an interface, at least one pool must be configured for it.
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Server Interface Table
Enter the following commands to configure the DHCP server interface table.
System Name(config)# dhcp
System Name(config-dhcp)# server-interface-table
System Name(config-dhcp-serverif)# rowedit 1 comment test
System Name(config-dhcp-serverif)# rowedit 1 default-gateway 169.254.129.1
System Name(config-dhcp-serverif)# rowedit 1 default-leasetime 0-00:14:24.00
System Name(config-dhcp-serverif)# rowedit 1 net-mask 255.255.255.0
System Name(config-dhcp-serverif)# rowedit 1 primary-dns 0.0.0.0
System Name(config-dhcp-serverif)# rowedit 1 secondary-dns 0.0.0.0
System Name(config-dhcp-serverif)# rowedit 1 entry-status enable
System Name(config-dhcp-serverif)#exit
System Name(config-dhcp)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show dhcp server-interface-tbl
// DHCP INTERFACE TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Interface Type
NetMask
Default Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
Lease Time
Comment
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
ethernet1
255.255.255.0
169.254.129.1
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0-00:14:24.00
test
enable
INDEX 2
Interface Type
NetMask
Default Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
Lease Time
Comment
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
wireless1
255.255.255.0
169.254.131.1
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0-00:14:24.00
test
disable
Server IP Pool Table
Enter the following commands to configure the DHCP IP pool table.
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config)# dhcp
Name(config-dhcp)# server-ippool-table
Name(config-dhcp-ippool)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
Name(config-dhcp-ippool)# rowadd 0 interface-type bridge
Name(config-dhcp-ippool)# rowadd 0 start-ipaddress 192.168.2.80
Name(config-dhcp-ippool)# rowadd 0 end-ipaddress 192.168.2.85
Name(config-dhcp-ippool)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
Name(config-dhcp-ippool)# exit
Name(config-dhcp)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name# show dhcp server-ippool-tbl
// DHCP SERVER IP POOL TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Interface
Start IpAddress
End IpAddress
Entry Status
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192.168.2.80
192.168.2.85
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DHCP Relay Sever Table
Enter the following commands to configure the DHCP relay server table.
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config)# dhcp
Name(config-dhcp)# dhcp-relay
Name(config-dhcp-relay)# server-table
Name(config-dhcp-relay-server)# rowadd 0 entry-status
Name(config-dhcp-relay-server)# rowadd 0 ipaddress 10.0.0.1
Name(config-dhcp-relay-server)# rowadd 0 entry-status
Name(config-dhcp-relay-server)#exit
Name(config-dhcp-relay)#exit
Name(config-dhcp)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name# show dhcp dhcp-relay server-table
// DHCP RELAY SERVER TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
IP Address
Entry Status
: 10.0.0.1
: enable
Server Maximum Lease Time Configuration for DHCP
Perform the following commands to configure the DHCP IP maximum lease time.
System
System
System
System
Name(config-dhcp)# max-lease-time 0-00:14:24.00
Name(config-dhcp)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name# show dhcp max-leasetime
Maximum Lease Time
: 0-00:14:24.00
DHCP Server Status Configuration
Enter the following commands to configure the DHCP server status.
System Name(config-dhcp)# server-status disable
System Name(config-dhcp)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name#
System Name# show dhcp server-status
DHCP Server Status
: disable
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1.5.4.3 Ethernet
Enter the following commands to configure the Ethernet parameters:
System Name(config)# ethernet
System Name(config-ether)#?
Possible completions:
exit
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
inactivity-timer
Configure Ethernet Inactivity Timer
rowedit
Enter row number to edit
System Name(config-ether)# inactivity-timer 450
System Name(config-ether)# rowedit 1 txmodeandspeed 1
System Name(config-ether)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show ethernet
// ETHERNET INTERFACE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Mac Address
Supported Speed
Supported Tx Mode
Tx Mode and Speed
:
:
:
:
00:20:a6:c1:65:7e
hundredMbit
fullDuplex
auto
:
:
:
:
00:20:a6:c1:65:7f
unknown
unknown
auto
INDEX 2
Mac Address
Supported Speed
Supported Tx Mode
Tx Mode and Speed
Ethernet Inactivity Timer
: 450
NOTE: Here, unknown speed and mode indicates that the Ethernet link is down.
1.5.4.4 Wireless
Properties Table
Enter the following commands to configure the wireless properties table parameters in Interface 1.
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System Name (config)# wireless
System Name (config-wireless)# properties
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#radio
System Name (config-wireless-properties)#exit
System Name (config-wireless)#exit
System Name (config)#exit
System Name# show wireless properties
// WIRELESS PROPERTIES CONFIGURATION //
INTERFACE 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
antenna-gain 12
auto-channel-selection disable
cellsize large
channel-wait-time 60
configured-channel 160
current-bandwidth 20
mp-operational-mode highthroughput
radio-status enable
satellite-density large
tpc 12
Radio Status
: enable
Supported Operational Modes : Legacy2.4GHz,HighThroughput2.4GHz,Legacy5GHz,High
Throughput5GHz
Current Channel Bandwidth
: 20 MHz
Supported Channel Bandwidth : 20,40
Auto Channel Selection
: disable
Current Configured Channel : 160
Current Active Channel
: 160
TPC
: 12 dBm
Cellsize
: large
Antenna Gain
: 12 dBi
Supported Channels
: 30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,4
6,47,48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56,57,58,59,60,61,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,72,
73,74,75,76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95,96,97,98,99
,100,101,102,103,104,105,106,107,108,109,110,111,112,113,114,115,116,117,118,119
,120,121,122,123,124,125,126,127,128,129,130,131,132,133,134,135,136,137,138,139
,140,141,142,143,144,145,146,147,148,149,150,151,152,153,154,155,156,157,158,159
,160,161,162,163,164,165,166,167,168,169,170,171,172,173,174,175,176,177,178,179
,180,181,182,183,184,185,186,187,188,189,190,191,192,193,194,195,196,197,198,199
,200,201,202,203,204,205,206,207,208,209,210,211,212,213,214,215
Satellite Density
MP Operational Mode
DFS Channel Wait Time
: large
: highthroughput
: 60
MIMO
Enter the following command to configure wireless mimo table parameters in Interface 1.
NOTE: Frequency Extension is configurable only if current channel bandwidth is 40MHz.
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System Name (config)# wireless
System Name (config-wireless)# mimo
System Name (config-wireless- mimo)#radio 1 ampdu-status enable
System Name (config-wireless- mimo)#radio 1 frequency-extension upper
Frequency extension is configurable only if channel bandwidth is 40MHz
System Name (config-wireless- mimo)#radio 1 guard-interval fullgi-800nsec
System Name (config-wireless- mimo)#radio 1 rx-antennas 7
System Name (config-wireless- mimo)#radio 1 data-streams 1
System Name (config-wireless- mimo)#radio 1 tx-antennas 7
System Name (config-wireless- mimo)#exit
System Name (config-wireless)#exit
System Name (config)#exit
System Name# show wireless mimo
// MIMO CONFIGURATION //
INTERFACE 1
Ampdu Status
: enable
Ampdu Maximum Number of Frames : 64
Ampdu Maximum Frame Size
: 65535
Amsdu Status
: disable
Amsdu Maximum Frame Size
: 4096
Frequency Extension
: upper
Guard Interval
: fullgi-800nsec
Tx Antennas
: seven
Rx Antennas
: seven
Data Streams
: Longer Range
Supported Tx Antennas
: 1,4,5
Supported Rx Antennas
: 1,4,5
Worp
Enter the following command to configure Wireless WORP Table parameters in Interface 1.
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System Name(config)# wireless
System Name(config-wireless)# worp
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 bandwidth-limit-type policing
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 input-bandwidth-limit 307200
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 mac-acl disable
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 max-sus 1
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 worp-mtu 3836
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 multi-frame-burst enable
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 network-name OR_WORP
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 output-bandwidth-limit 307200
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 radius-mac-acl disable
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 radius-profile-index one
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 registration-timeout 10
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 retry-count 3
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 security-profile-index worpsecurity
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 sleep-mode disable
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 super-frame enable
System Name(config-wireless-worp)# radio 1 tx-rate 98
System Name(config-wireless-worp)#exit
System Name(config-wireless)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show wireless worp
// WORP CONFIGURATION //
Mode
: base
Network Name
: OR_WORP
Max SUs
: 1
Worp MTU
: 3836 Bytes
Super Packeting Status
: enable
Multi Frame Burst
: enable
Registration Timeout
: 10 Seconds
Retry Count
: 3
Tx Rate
: 98
Input Bandwidth Limit
: 307200 Kbps
Output Bandwidth Limit
: 307200 Kbps
Bandwidth Limit Type
: policing
Security Profile index
: worpsecurity
Radius Profile index
: one
MAC ACL Status
: disable
Radius MAC ACL Status
: disable
Radio MAC Address
: 00:21:86:51:e4:f4
Supported Tx Rates
: 24-13.5Mbps,34-27Mbps, 42-40.5Mbps, 47-54Mbps,
55-81Mbps, 63-108Mbps,68-121.5Mbps,70-135Mbps,79-162Mbps,89-216Mbps,96-243Mbps,98-270Mbps
NOTE: Maximum satellite units for MP-8100 is as per license.
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Wireless Inactivity Timer
Enter the following command to configure the Wireless inactivity timer.
System Name(config)# wireless
Possible completions:
mimo
mimo Configuration
exit
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
properties
Properties Configuration
wireless-timer
Wireless Inactivity Timer Configuration
worp
Worp Configuration
System Name(config-wireless)# wireless-timer 5
Note: Setting the Wireless Inactivity Timer to 0 disables the timer.
System Name(config-wireless)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show wireless wireless-timer
// WIRELESS IN-ACTIVITY INFORMATION //
Wireless In Activity Timer
: 5
1.5.4.5 Radius
Security Radius Server Profile Table
Enter the following command to configure the Security Radius Server Profile table entries.
System Name(config)# radius
System Name(config-rad)#server-table
System Name(config-rad-server)# rowedit 1
System Name(config-rad-server)# rowedit 1
System Name(config-rad-server)# rowedit 1
System Name(config-rad-server)# rowedit 1
System Name(config-rad)#exit
System Name(config-rad)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show security radius-server
// RADIUS SERVER TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1.1
Profile Type
Ipaddress
Port
Shared Secret
Entry Status
secondary-index
secondary-index
secondary-index
secondary-index
:
:
:
:
:
primaryauthticationserver
169.254.128.133
1200
******
enable
:
:
:
:
:
secondaryauthenticationserver
169.254.128.134
1812
******
disable
1
1
1
1
entry-status enable
ipaddress 169.254.128.133
port 1200
shared-secret public
INDEX 1.2
Profile Type
Ipaddress
Port
Shared Secret
Entry Status
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Security Radius Supported Table
Enter the following command to configure the Security Radius Supported table entries.
Example
System Name(config)# radius
System Name(config-rad)#supported-table
System Name(config-rad-supported)# rowedit 1
System Name(config-rad-supported)# rowedit 1
System Name(config-rad-supported)# rowedit 1
System Name(config-rad-supported)# rowedit 1
System Name(config-rad-supported)# rowedit 1
System Name(config-rad-supported)#exit
System Name(config-rad)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show security radius-supported
// RADIUS SUPPORTED TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Profile Name
: Default Radius
Max Retransmissions
: 3
Message Response Time
: 3
Re Authentication Period
: 0
Entry Status
: enable
entry-status enable
max-retransmissions 3
mes-response-time 3
re-authentication 0
profile-name defaultradius
1.5.4.6 Wireless Security
Enter the following command to configure a Security-Wireless Config table entries.
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
Name
(config)#security
(config-sec)#wireless-config-table
(config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 authentication-mode worp
(config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 encryption-type wpa2-aes
(config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 entry-status enable
(config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 key-index 4
(config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 key1 ~!@#$%^&*()_+|{}
(config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 key2 ~!@#$%^&*()_+|{}
(config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 key3 ~!@#$%^&*()_+|{}
(config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 key4 ~!@#$%^&*()_+|{}
(config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 network-secret public
System Name (config-sec-tbl)#rowadd 0 profile-name Security1
System Name# show security wireless-config
// SECURITY WIRELESS CONFIG TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Profile Name
Authentication Mode
Key Index
Encryption Type
Entry Status
Network Secret
key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Key 4
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
WORP Security
worp
four
wpa2-aes
enable
******
******
******
******
******
INDEX 2
Profile Name
Authentication Mode
Key Index
Encryption Type
Entry Status
Network Secret
key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Key 4
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Security1
worp
four
wpa2-aes
enable
******
******
******
******
******
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1.5.4.7 Filtering
It works only if MP-8100 is configured in bridge mode.
Static Mac Table
System Name # configure
System Name (config)#filtering
System Name (config-filter)# staticmac
System Name (config-filter-staticmac)#rowadd 0 entry-status create
System Name (config-filter-staticmac)#rowadd 0 wired-mac-address 00:11:22:33:44:55
System Name (config-filter-staticmac)#rowadd 0 wired-mac-mask ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
System Name (config-filter-staticmac)#rowadd 0 wireless-mac-address 11:22:33:44:55:67
System Name (config-filter-staticmac)#rowadd 0 wireless-mac-mask 00:00:00:00:00:00
System Name (config-filter-staticmac)#rowadd 0 filter-comment wiredonly
System Name (config-filter-staticmac)#rowadd 0 entry-status create
System Name (config-filter-staticmac)#exit
System Name (config-filter)#exit
System Name (config)#exit
System Name (config)#
System Name# show filtering staticmac
// STATIC MAC ADDRESS FILTER TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Wired Mac Address
: 00:11:22:33:44:55
Wired Mac Mask
:
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
Wireless Mac Address: 11:22:33:44:55:67
Wireless Mac Mask
00:00:00:00:00:00
Filter Comment
: wiredonly
Entry Status
: enable
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TCP UDP Table
System Name (config-filter)#tcpudp
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp)#tcpudp-table
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp-tbl)#tcpudp-table
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp-tbl)#rowadd 0 entry-status create
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp-tbl)#rowadd 0 port-number 80
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp-tbl)#rowadd 0 protocol-name HTTP
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp-tbl)#rowadd 0 port-type tcp
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp-tbl)#rowadd 0 interface 1
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp-tbl)#rowadd 0 entry-status create
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp-tbl)#exit
System Name (config-filter-tcpudp)#exit
System Name (config-filter)#exit
System Name (config)#exit
System Name# show filtering tcpudp
// TCP UDP FILTER CONFIGURATION//
Port Filter Control: disable
INDEX 1
Protocol Name
Port Number
Port Type
Interface
Entry status
INDEX 2
Protocol Name
Port Number
Port Type
Interface
Entry status
INDEX 3
Protocol Name
Port Number
Port Type
Interface
Entry status
INDEX 4
Protocol Name
Port Number
Port Type
Interface
Entry status
INDEX 5
Protocol Name
Port Number
Port Type
Interface
Entry status
INDEX 6
Protocol Name
Port Number
Port Type
Interface
Entry status
INDEX 7
Protocol Name
Port Number
Port Type
Interface
Entry status
INDEX 8
Protocol Name
Port Number
Port Type
Interface
Entry status
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NetBios Name Service
137
both
allinterfaces
disable
:
:
:
:
:
NetBios Datagram Service
138
both
allinterfaces
disable
:
:
:
:
:
NetBios Session Service
139
both
allinterfaces
disable
:
:
:
:
:
SNMP service
161
both
allinterfaces
disable
:
:
:
:
:
IPSEC/ISAKMP
500
both
allinterfaces
disable
:
:
:
:
:
L2TP
1701
both
allinterfaces
disable
:
:
:
:
:
PPTP
1723
both
allinterfaces
disable
:
:
:
:
:
HTTP
80
tcp
ethernet
enable
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Protocol Filter Table
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name (config-filter)#protocol
Name(config-filter-protocol)# filter-control disable
Name(config-filter-protocol)# filter-type passthru
Name(config-filter-protocol)# protocol-table
Name(config-filter-protocol-tbl)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
Name(config-filter-protocol-tbl)# rowadd 0 filter-status block
Name(config-filter-protocol-tbl)# rowadd 0 protocol-name Ip
Name(config-filter-protocol-tbl)# rowadd 0 protocol-number 08:01
Name(config-filter-protocol-tbl)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
Name(config-filter-protocol-tbl)#exit
Name(config-filter-protocol)#exit
Name(config-filter)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name# show filtering protocol
// PROTOCOL TABLE CONFIGURATION //
Filter Control : disable
Filter Type
: passthru
INDEX 1
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 2
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 3
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 4
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 5
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 6
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 7
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 8
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
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80:19
block
disable
:
:
:
:
Apple Talk 1 and 2
80:9b
block
disable
:
:
:
:
Apple Talk ARP 1 and 2
80:f3
block
disable
:
:
:
:
Banyan VINES
0b:ad
block
disable
:
:
:
:
Banyan VINES Echo
0b:af
block
disable
:
:
:
:
Decnet Phase IV
60:03
block
disable
:
:
:
:
DEC Diagnostic
60:05
block
disable
:
:
:
:
DEC LAT
60:04
block
disable
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INDEX 9
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 10
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 11
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 12
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 13
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 14
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
INDEX 15
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
DEC MOP Dump/Load
60:01
block
disable
:
:
:
:
DEC MOP Rem Cons
60:02
block
disable
:
:
:
:
DEC NetBIOS
80:40
block
disable
:
:
:
:
HP Probe Control
80:05
block
disable
:
:
:
:
IBM SNA Services
80:d5
block
disable
:
:
:
:
IP-ARP
08:06
block
disable
:
:
:
:
Novell(ECONFIG E)
81:37
block
disable
INDEX 16
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
RARP Reverse ARP
80:35
block
disable
INDEX 17
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
SNMP Over Ethernet
81:4c
block
disable
INDEX 18
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
Xyplex
08:88
block
disable
INDEX 19
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
EAPOL ether type
88:8e
block
disable
INDEX 20
Protocol Name
Protocol Number
Filter Status
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
Ip
08:01
block
enable
Advanced Filter Table
The following protocols are listed in the Advanced Filter Table,
•
Deny IPX RIP
•
Deny IPX SAP
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Deny IPX LSP
•
Deny IP Broadcasts
•
Deny IP Multicasts
The device can filter these protocols in the wireless interface to?Ethernet direction, the Ethernet?to?wireless direction, or in
both directions. You can configure the following advanced filtering options:
System Name (config-filter)#advanced
System Name(config-filter-advanced)# rowedit 1 direction ethernet2wireless
System Name(config-filter-advanced)# rowedit 1 protocol-name Deny IPX RIP
System Name(config-filter-advanced)# rowedit 1 entry-status enable
System Name(config-filter-advanced)#exit
System Name(config-filter)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show filtering advanced
// ADVANCED FILTER TABLE CONFIGURATION
INDEX 1
Protocol Name
Direction
Entry Status
: Deny IPX RIP
: ethernet2wireless
: enable
INDEX 2
Protocol Name
Direction
Entry Status
: Deny IPX SAP
: both
: disable
INDEX 3
Protocol Name
Direction
Entry Status
: Deny IPX LSP
: both
: disable
INDEX 4
Protocol Name
Direction
Entry Status
INDEX 5
Protocol Name
Direction
Entry Status
: Deny IP Broadcasts
: both
: disable
: Deny IP Multicasts
: both
: disable
Worp Intracell
The following commands are used to “enable” WORP Intracell Configuration and it is configurable only in BSU with bridge
mode.
System Name (config-filter)#worp-intracell
System Name(config-filter-intracell)# intracell-status enable
System Name(config-filter-intracell)#exit
System Name(config-filter)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show filtering worp-intracell intracell-status
Intra cell status : enable
Group Table
The following commands are used to “enable” group table configuration and it is configurable only in BSU with bridge
mode.
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System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name (config-filter-intrcell)#group-table
Name(config-filter-intracell-group)# rowedit 1 entry-status enable
Name(config-filter-intracell-group)# rowedit 1 group-name groupid
Name(config-filter-intracell-group)#exit
Name(config-filter-intracell)#exit
Name(config-filter)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name# show filtering worp-intracell group-table
// INTRA CELL GROUP TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Group Name
: groupid
Entry Status
: enable
INDEX 2
Group Name
: grpID2
Entry Status
: disable
INDEX 3
Group Name
: grpID3
Entry Status
: disable
INDEX 4
Group Name
: grpID4
Entry Status
: disable
INDEX 5
Group Name
: grpID5
Entry Status
: disable
INDEX 6
Group Name
: grpID6
Entry Status
: disable
INDEX
Group
Entry
INDEX
Group
Entry
INDEX
Group
Entry
INDEX
Group
Entry
INDEX
Group
Entry
INDEX
Group
Entry
INDEX
Group
Entry
INDEX
Group
Entry
INDEX
Group
Entry
INDEX
Group
Entry
7
Name
Status
8
Name
Status
9
Name
Status
10
Name
Status
11
Name
Status
12
Name
Status
13
Name
Status
14
Name
Status
15
Name
Status
16
Name
Status
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: grpID8
: disable
: grpID9
: disable
: grpID10
: disable
: grpID11
: disable
: grpID12
: disable
: grpID13
: disable
: grpID14
: disable
: grpID15
: disable
: grpID16
: disable
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Mac Table
Enter the following commands to “enable” Intra Cell Blocking MAC Table and it is configurable only in BSU with bridge
mode.
System Name(config-filter-intracell)# mac-table
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# ?
Possible completions:
exit
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
rowadd
Enter 0 to create a new table entry
rowedit
Enter row number to edit/delete
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 mac-address 00:11:22:33:44:55
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id1 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id2 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id3 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id4 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id5 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id6 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id7 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id8 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id9 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id10 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id11 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id12 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id13 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id14 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id15 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 group-id16 1
System Name(config-filter-intracell-mactable)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name# show filtering worp-intracell mactable
// INTRA-CELL MAC TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Mac Address
:00:11:22:33:44:55
Group ID-1
: enable
Group ID-2
: enable
Group ID-3
: enable
Group ID-4
: enable
Group ID-5
: enable
Group ID-6
: enable
Group ID-7
: enable
Group ID-8
: enable
Group ID-9
: enable
Group ID-10
: enable
Group ID-11
: enable
Group ID-12
: enable
Group ID-13
: enable
Group ID-14
: enable
Group ID-15
: enable
Group ID-16
: enable
Entry Status
: enable
STP Frame Status
Enter the following commands to “enable” STP frames. It is configurable only in bridge mode. By default, the system will not
accept all the STP frames passing through a node.
System
System
System
System
Name(config-filter)# stp-frame-status enable
Name(config-filter)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name#show filtering stp-frame-status
// STP FRAME STATUS CONFIGURATION //
STP Frame Status
: enable
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Security Gateway
Enter the following commands to configure the Security Gateway. It is configurable only in bridge mode.
System Name(config-filter)# security-gateway
System Name(config-filter-gateway)# macaddress 11:22:33:44:55:66
System Name(config-filter-gateway)# status enable
System Name(config-filter-gateway)#exit
System Name(config-filter)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show filtering security-gateway
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SECURITY GATEWAY CONFIGURATION //
Gateway Status
Gateway Mac Address
: enable
: 11:22:33:44:55:66
Global Filter Flag
Enter the following commands to configure Global Filter Flag.
System
System
System
System
Global
Name(config-filter)# global-filter-control disable
Name(config-filter)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name # show filtering global-filter-control
Filter Flag : disable
1.5.4.8 MAC ACL
MAC ACL allows you to build a list of authorized wireless stations that can register with the device and access the network.
Mac Acl Profile Table
Enter the following commands to configure the VLAN configuration table.
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config)# macacl
Name(config-macacl)# profile-table
Name(config-macacl-profile)# rowedit 1 entry-status enable
Name(config-macacl-profile)# rowedit 1 operation-type allow
Name(config-macacl-profile)# rowedit 1 profile-name default
Name# show macacl profile-table
// MAC ACL PROFILE TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Profile Name
: default
Operation Type : allow
Entry Status
: enable
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Mac Acl Address Table
System Name(config)# macacl
System Name(config-macacl)# address-table
System Name(config-macacl-address)# rowadd 1 secondary-index 0 entry-status enable
System Name(config-macacl-address)# rowadd 1 secondary-index 0 comment firstrow
System Name(config-macacl-address)# rowadd 1 secondary-index 0 mac-address
00:11:22:33:44:55
System Name(config-macacl-address)#exit
System Name(config-macacl)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show macacl address-table
// MAC ACL ADDRESS TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1.1
Mac Address
: 00:11:22:33:44:55
Comment
: firstrow
Entry Status
: enable
1.5.4.9 VLAN
VLANs can operate in different modes based on the incoming traffic. Enter the following commands to configure the VLAN
parameters.
System Name(config)# vlan
System Name(config-vlan)#
Possible completions:
config-table
exit
mgmt-vlan-id
mgmt-vlan-priority
trunk-table
vlan-status
System Name(config-vlan)#
System Name(config-vlan)#
System Name(config-vlan)#
?
Vlan Config Table Configuration
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
Management VLAN Identifier
Management VLAN priority
VLAN trunk parameters for ethernet interface
Configure the VLAN functionality
mgmt-vlan-id 234
vlan-status enable
mgmt-vlan-priority 0
Vlan config table
Enter the following commands to configure the VLAN configuration table.
Access Mode
Note: The following Commands are done For Ethernet Interface 1.
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System Name(config-vlan)# config-table
System Name(config-vlan-configtbl)# rowedit 1 vlan-mode access
Note: Vlan Mode can be configured as Access only when Device is running in SU
mode.Transparent & Trunk Mode can be configured in both BSU & SU modes
Access Vlan Id & Access Vlan Priority are Access Mode Related Parameters.The Commands for
these parameters are as follows:
System Name(config-vlan-configtbl)# rowedit 1 access-vlan-id 23
System Name(config-vlan-configtbl)# rowedit 1 access-vlan-priority 3
Command For Configuring Untagged Frames:
System Name(config-vlan-configtbl)# rowedit 1 untagged-frames 1
Similarly the Parameters can be configured on Ethernet Interface 2 by mentioning interface
number as 2 :
For Example :
The following Command is for configuring vlanmode on Ethernet Interface 2:
System Name(config-vlan-configtbl)# rowedit 2 vlan-mode access
System Name# show vlan
// VLAN CONFIGURATION //
Vlan Status
MgmtVlan Id
MgmtVlan Priority
//
:
:
:
enable
234
0
VLAN Ethernet Configuration //
INDEX 1
Vlan Mode
Access Vlan ID
Access Vlan Priority
Allow Untagged Frames
: access
: - 23
: 3
: enable
Transparent Mode
System Name(config-vlan-configtbl)# rowedit 1 vlan-mode transparent
Trunk Mode & VLAN Trunk Table
System Name(config-vlan-configtbl)# rowedit 1 vlan-mode trunk
The following commands are used to configure the VLAN Trunk table. It is configurable only in bridge mode.
For Ethernet Interface 1
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config)# vlan
Name(config-vlan)# trunk-table
Name(config-vlan-trunk)# rowadd 1 secondary-index 0 entry-status create
Name(config-vlan-trunk)# rowadd 1 secondary-index 0 trunk-id 10
Name(config-vlan-trunk)# rowadd 1 secondary-index 0 entry-status create
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For Ethernet Interface 2
For Ethernet Interface 2:
System Name(config)# vlan
System Name(config-vlan)# trunk-table
System Name(config-vlan-trunk)# rowadd 2 secondary-index 0 entry-status create
System Name(config-vlan-trunk)# rowadd 2 secondary-index 0 trunk-id 10
System Name(config-vlan-trunk)# rowadd 2 secondary-index 0 entry-status create
Vlan Trunk Table
The following commands are used to show the VLAN Trunk table. It is configurable only in bridge mode.
System Name# show vlan-trunk
// VLAN TRUNK TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1.1
Trunk ID
Entry Status
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1.5.4.10 Worp Qos configuration
System Name(config)#worp-qos
System Name(config-worpqos)# ?
Possible completions:
class-list
default-class
exit
l2-broadcast-class
pir-ip-list
pir-list
pir-mac-list
pir-map-list
pir-port-list
sfc-list
peer-list
Class Table Configuration
Configure the Default Class
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
Configure the L2 BroadCast Class Configuration
PIR IP Table Configuration
PIR Table Configuration
PIR Mac Table Configuration
PIR Map Table Configuration
PIR Port Table Configuration
SF Class Table Configuration
SU/EndPointB Table Configuration
Class List Configuration
System Name(config)# worp-qos
System Name(config-worpqos)# class-list
System Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# ?
Possible completions:
exit
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
rowadd
Enter 0 to create a new table entry
rowedit
Enter row number to edit/delete
System Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
sfc-index
SFC Table Index Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd 0 sfc-index ?
Possible completions:
<0-8>
SFC Table Index Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd 0 sfc-index 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
pir-index
PIR Table Index Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd 0 sfc-index 0 pir-index ?
Possible completions:
<0>
PIR Table Index Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd 0 sfc-index 0 pir-index 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
class-name
Class Name Configuration
entry-status
Entry Status Configuration
pir-priority
Priority Configuration
pir-value
PIR Value Configuration
sfc-value
SFC Value Configuration
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-classlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-classlist)#exit
Name(config-worpqos)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name#
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sfc-index
sfc-index
sfc-index
sfc-index
sfc-index
sfc-index
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0
0
0
0
0
pir-index
pir-index
pir-index
pir-index
pir-index
pir-index
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0
0
0
0
0
entry-status 4
class-name string
pir-priority
pir-value 1
sfc-value 2
entry-status 4
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Default Class Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos)# default-class 1
System Name(config-worpqos)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name#exit
System Name# show worp-qos default-class
// DEFAULT CLASS CONFIGURATION //
Default Class : 1
L2 Broadcast Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos)# l2-broadcast-class 1
System Name(config-worpqos)# exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show worp-qos l2-broadcast-class
// L2 BROADCAST CLASS CONFIGURATION //
L2 Broadcast Class: 1
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Pir List Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos)# pir-list
System Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# ?
Possible completions:
exit
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
rowadd
Enter 0 to create a new table entry
rowedit
Enter row number to edit/delete
System Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
rule-bit-mask
Enter the Rule Bit Mask Value
entry-status
Table Entry status
ether-priority-high
Ether Priority High Configuration
ether-priority-low
Ether Priority Low Configuration
ether-priority-ruleEnable/Disable Ethernet Priority
ether-type
Ether Type Configuration
ether-type-ruleETHERNET
TYPE Rule Configuration
ether-value
Ether Value Configuration
pir-name
Rule Name Configuration
pppoe-encapsulation
PPPoE Encapsulation Configuration
pppoe-protocol-id
PPPoE Protocol ID Configuration
protocol-ids
Protocol Configuration
tos-high
ToS High Configuration
tos-low
ToS Low Configuration
tos-mask
Tos Mask Configuration
tos-rule
TOS Rule Configuration
vlan-id
Vlan Id Configuration
vlan-rule
VLAN Rule Configuration
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)# rowadd
Name(config-worpqos-pirlist)#exit
Name(config-worpqos)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name#
Name# show worp-qos pir-list
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
entry-status 4
rule-bit-mask 2047
ether-priority-high 5
ether-priority-low 5
ether-priority-rule enable
ether-type dix-snap
ether-type-rule enable
ether-value 00:00
pir-name 802.1p
pppoe-encapsulation enable
pppoe-protocol-id 2:2
protocol-ids 0
tos-high 0
tos-low 0
tos-mask 0
tos-rule enable
vlan-id 1002
vlan-rule enable
entry-status 4
INDEX 1
Rule Name
Bit Mask
ToS Rule
ToS Low
ToS High
ToS Mask
Ether Priority Rule
Ether Priority Low
Ether Priority High
VLan Rule
Vlan Id
PPPoE Encapsulation Status
Ether Type Rule
Ether Type
PPPoE Protocol ID
Ether Value
Protocol Ids
Map Table Index Value
Entry Status
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802.1p
2047
enable
0
0
0
enable
5
5
enable
1002
enable
enable
dix-snap
2:2
00:00
0
1
enable
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Pir Mac List Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos)# pir-mac-list
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaclist)# ?
Possible completions:
exit
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
rowadd
Enter 0 to create a new table entry
rowedit
Enter row number to edit/delete
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaclist)# rowadd 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
comment
Mac Entry comment
entry-status
Table Entry Status
mac-address
MAC Address Configuration
mac-mask
Mac Mask Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaclist)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaclist)# rowadd 0 mac-address 80:00:00:00:00:00
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaclist)# rowadd 0 mac-mask 80:00:00:00:00:00
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaclist)# rowadd 0 comment L2 Boradcast/Multicast
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaclist)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaclist)#exit
System Name(config-worpqos)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name#show worp-qos pir-mac-list
// WORP QOS PIR MAC TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Mac Address
Mac Mask
Comment
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
00:00:00:00:00:00
00:00:00:00:00:00
All
enable
INDEX 2
Mac Address
Mac Mask
Comment
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
80:00:00:00:00:00
80:00:00:00:00:00
L2 Boradcast/Multicast
enable
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Pir Port List Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos)# pir-port-list
System Name(config-worpqos-pirportlist)# rowadd 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
comment
Port Comment Configuration
end-port
End Port Configuration
entry-status
Table Entry Status
start-port
Start Port Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos-pirportlist)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name(config-worpqos-pirportlist)# rowadd 0 comment string
System Name(config-worpqos-pirportlist)# rowadd 0 end-port 33000
System Name(config-worpqos-pirportlist)# rowadd 0 start-port 16000
System Name(config-worpqos-pirportlist)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name# show worp-qos pir-port-list
// WORP QOS PIR PORT TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Start Port
End Port
Comment
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
16000
33000
Cisco VOIP
enable
INDEX 2
Start Port
End Port
Comment
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
5060
5061
Vonage VOIP-1
enable
INDEX 3
Start Port
End Port
Comment
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
16000
33000
string
enable
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SFC List Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos)#sfc-list
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
cir
CIR Configuration
entry-status
Entry Status Configuration
max-latency
Max Latencey Configuration
max-msg-inburst
Number of Messages In Burst Configuratino
mir
MIR Configuration
schedular-type
Schedular Type Configuration
sfc-name
Class Name Configuration
tolerable-jitter
Tolerable Jitter Configuration
traffic-direction
Traffic Direction Configuration
traffic-priority
Traffic Priority Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 cir 0
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 max-latency 10
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 max-msg-inburst 16
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 mir 300000
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 schedular-type be
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 sfc-name unlimitedbe
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 tolerable-jitter 10
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 traffic-direction downlink
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 traffic-priority 1
System Name(config-worpqos-sfclist)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name# show worp-qos sfc-list
// WORP QOS SFC
INDEX 1
SFC Name
Schedular Type
Traffic Direction
Class Status
MIR
CIR
Maximum Latency
Tolerable Jitter
Traffic Priority
Maximum Number Of
Entry Status
INDEX 2
SFC Name
Schedular Type
Traffic Direction
Class Status
MIR
CIR
Maximum Latency
Tolerable Jitter
Traffic Priority
Maximum Number Of
Entry Status
INDEX 3
SFC Name
Schedular Type
Traffic Direction
Class Status
MIR
CIR
Maximum Latency
Tolerable Jitter
Traffic Priority
Maximum Number Of
Entry Status
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Messages In Burst
Messages In Burst
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UL-Unlimited BE
be
uplink
active
300000
0
10
10
0
16
enable
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:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
DL-Unlimited BE
be
downlink
active
300000
0
10
10
0
16
enable
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
DL-L2 Broadcast BE
be
downlink
active
300000
0
10
10
0
16
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INDEX 4
SFC Name
Schedular Type
Traffic Direction
Class Status
MIR
CIR
Maximum Latency
Tolerable Jitter
Traffic Priority
Maximum Number Of Messages In Burst
Entry Status
INDEX 5
SFC Name
Schedular Type
Traffic Direction
Class Status
MIR
CIR
Maximum Latency
Tolerable Jitter
Traffic Priority
Maximum Number Of Messages In Burst
Entry Status
INDEX 6
SFC Name
Schedular Type
Traffic Direction
Class Status
MIR
CIR
Maximum Latency
Tolerable Jitter
Traffic Priority
Maximum Number Of Messages In Burst
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
UL-G711 20ms VoIP rtPS
rtps
uplink
active
88
88
10
10
1
16
enable
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
DL-G711 20ms VoIP rtPS
rtps
downlink
active
88
88
10
10
1
16
enable
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
unlimitedbe
be
downlink
active
300000
66
10
10
1
16
enable
Peer List Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos)#peer-list
System Name(config-worpqos-peerlist)# rowadd 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
class-index
Class Index Configuration
comment
Comment Configuration
entry-status
Table Entry status
mac-address
Mac Address Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos-peerlist)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name(config-worpqos-peerlist)# rowadd 0 class-index 2
System Name(config-worpqos-peerlist)# rowadd 0 coment string
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System Name(config-worpqos-peerlis)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name# show worp-qos peer-list
// WORP QOS PEER TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Mac Address
Class Index
Comment
Entry Status
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Pir Map List Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos)# pir-map-list
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaplist)# rowedit 1 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
dst-ip-index-list
Specify destination ip index list with comma separator
dst-mac-index-list
Specify destination mac index list with comma separator
dst-port-index-list
Specify destination port index list with comma separator
src-ip-index-list
Specify source ip index list with comma separator
src-mac-index-list
Specify source mac index list with comma separator
src-port-index-list
Specify source port index list with comma separator
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaplist)# rowedit 1 dst-ip-index-list 0
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaplist)# rowedit 1 dst-mac-index-list 0
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaplist)# rowedit 1 dst-port-index-list 0
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaplist)# rowedit 1 src-ip-index-list 0
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaplist)# rowedit 1 src-mac-index-lis 0
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaplist)# rowedit 1 src-port-index-list 0
System Name(config-worpqos-pirmaplist)#exit
System Name(config-worpqos)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show worp-qos pir-map-list
// WORP QOS PIR MAP LIST CONFIGURATION//
INDEX 1
Rule Name
Source Mac Index List
Destination Mac Index List
Source Ip Address Index List
Destination IP Address Index List
Source Port Index List
Destination Port Index List
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:
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Expedited Forwarding
0
0
0
0
0
0
INDEX 2
Rule Name
Source Mac Index List
Destination Mac Index List
Source Ip Address Index List
Destination IP Address Index List
Source Port Index List
Destination Port Index List
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Streaming Video
0
0
0
0
0
0
:
:
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802.1p BE
0
0
0
0
0
0
:
:
:
:
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802.1p Voice
0
0
0
0
0
0
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
802.1p Video
0
0
0
0
0
0
INDEX 3
Rule Name
Source Mac Index List
Destination Mac Index List
Source Ip Address Index List
Destination IP Address Index List
Source Port Index List
Destination Port Index List
INDEX 4
Rule Name
Source Mac Index List
Destination Mac Index List
Source Ip Address Index List
Destination IP Address Index List
Source Port Index List
Destination Port Index List
INDEX 5
Rule Name
Source Mac Index List
Destination Mac Index List
Source Ip Address Index List
Destination IP Address Index List
Source Port Index List
Destination Port Index List
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Pir Ip List Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos)# pir-ip-list
System Name(config-worpqos-piriplist)# rowadd 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
comment
Comment Configuration
entry-status
Table Entry Status
ip-address
Ip Address Configuration
subnet-mask
Mask Configuration
System Name(config-worpqos-piriplist)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name(config-worpqos-piriplist)# rowadd 0 comment string
System Name(config-worpqos-piriplist)# rowadd 0 ip-address 10.0.0.1
System Name(config-worpqos-piriplist)# rowadd 0 subnet-mask 255.255.255.0
System Name(config-worpqos-piriplist)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
System Name(config-worpqos-piriplist)#exit
System Name(config-worpqos)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show worp-qos pir-ip-list
// WORP QOS PIR IP TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
IP Address
SubNet Mask
Comment
Entry Status
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:
:
:
10.0.0.1
255.255.255.0
string
enable
1.5.5 Device Management
System Name(config)# management
System Name(config-mgmt)# ?
Possible completions:
System Name(config-mgmt)# ?
Possible completions:
access-ctrl
Access Control Configuration
access-table
Access Table Configuration
access-tbl-status
To enable or disable the Management Access Table
exit
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
http
Http Configuration
read-password
SNMP Read Password
read-write-password
SNMP Read Write Password
secure-management
configure the secure management
snmp-version
Configure the SNMP version
ssh
SSH Configuration
system-information
System Information Configuration
telnet
Telnet Configuration
tftp
TFTP Configuration
trap-host-table
Trap Host Table Configuration
v3-auth-password
Authentication password for the authentication protocol
v3-auth-protocol
Authentication protocol in SNMPV3
v3-priv-password
Privacy (encryption) password for the privacy protocol
v3-priv-protocol
Privacy (encryption) protocol in SNMPV3
v3-security-level
To select the security leave for snmpv3
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1.5.5.1 Access Control
You can configure the following management services.
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config-mgmt)# access-ctrl
Name(config-mgmt-ctrl)# all-access-ctrl enable
Name(config-mgmt-ctrl)# https-ctrl enable
Name(config-mgmt-ctrl)# http-ctrl enable
Name(config-mgmt-ctrl)# snmp-ctrl enable
Name(config-mgmt-ctrl)# ssh-ctrl enable
Name(config-mgmt-ctrl)# telnet-ctrl enable
Name(config-mgmt-ctrl)#exit
Name(config-mgmt)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name#
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1.5.5.2 Access Table
System
System
System
System
Name(config-mgmt)# access-table
Name(config-mgmt-tbl)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
Name(config-mgmt-tbl)# rowadd 0 ipaddress 10.0.0.1
Name(config-mgmt-tbl)# rowadd 0 entry-status 4
1.5.5.3 Access Table Status
System Name(config-mgmt)# access-tbl-status enable
System Name(config-mgmt)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show access-ctrl
// ACCESS CONTROL CONFIGURATION //
All Access Control
: enable
Http Access Control
: enable
Https Access Control
: enable
Snmp Access Control
: enable
Telnet Access Control : enable
SSH Access Control
: enable
Mgmt Access Status
: disable
// Management Access Table Configuration //
INDEX 1
Ip Address : 10.0.0.1
Status
: enable
1.5.5.4 HTTP
Perform the following commands to configure the http password, port number for Telnet.
System Name# configure
System Name(config)# management
System Name(config-mgmt)# http
System Name(config-mgmt-http)# password public123
System Name(config-mgmt-http)# port 123
System Name(config-mgmt-http)#exit
System Name(config-mgmt)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show http
//
HTTP CONFIGURATION
Password
Port
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1.5.5.5 Telnet
Enter the following commands to configure the password, sessions, and port number for Telnet.
System Name# configure
System Name(config)# management
System Name(config-mgmt)# telnet
System Name(config-mgmt-tel)# password admin
System Name(config-mgmt-tel)#port 80
System Name(config-mgmt-tel)#sessions 3
The sum of Telent and SSH sessions cannot be more than 10.
System Name(config-mgmt-tel)#exit
System Name(config-mgmt)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show telnet
//
TELNET CONFIGURATION
Password
: ******
Port
: 80
Sessions
: 3
//
1.5.5.6 SSH
Enter the following commands to configure the sessions and port number for SSH.
System Name# configure
System Name(config)# management
System Name(config-mgmt)# ssh
System Name(config-mgmt-ssh)# port 23
System Name(config-mgmt-ssh)# sessions 5
The sum of Telent and SSH sessions cannot be more than 10.
System Name(config-mgmt-ssh)#exit
System Name(config-mgmt)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show ssh
//
SSH CONFIGURATION
SSH Port
: 23
Sessions
: 5
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1.5.5.7 System Information
Enter the following commands to configure the System Information entries.
System
System
System
System
Name # configure
Name(config)#management
Name(config-mgmt)# system-information
Name(config-mgmt-sys-sysinfo)# ?
Possible completions:
commit
email
exit
factory-reset
gps-altitude
gps-latitude
gps-longitude
location
phone-number
reboot
restore
system-name
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Commit Configuration
System Email Configuration
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
Factory Reset Configuration
GPS Altitude Configuration
GPS Latitude Configuration
GPS Longitude Configuration
Location Configuration
Phone Number Configuration
Reboot Configuration
System Restore Configuration
System Name Configuration
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)# email name@Organization.com
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)# system-name System name
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)# phone-number 1234567890
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)# location systemlocation
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)# gps-altitude 120
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)# gps-latitude 37.3321
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)# gps-longitude -121.8893
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)# factory-reset no
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)#exit
Name(config-mgmt-sysinfo)# exit
Name(config-mgmt)# exit
Name(config)# exit
Name#
Name# show system-information
// SYSTEM INFORMATION CONFIGURATION //
Description
Uptime
System Name
Contact Mail
Phone Number
Location Name
Gps Longitude
Gps Latitude
Gps Altitude
Product Description
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
System Description
0-02:10:17.15
System Name
name@Organization.com
1234567890
systemlocation
-121.8893
37.3321
120
Monaco-v1.0.0
NOTE: Setting factory-reset to yes or 1 will automatically reboot the device and the device will come up with default
values.
1.5.5.8 TFTP
You can transfer a file to or from the device using TFTP. Make sure that the TFTP server is running and configured to point to
the directory containing the file.
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System Name (configure-mgmt)#tftp
System Name (config-mgmt-tftp)#?
Possible completions:
exit
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
file-name
TFTP File Name Configuration
file-type
TFTP File Type Configuration
operation-type
TFTP Operation Type Configuration
server-ip
TFTP Server IP Configuration
System Name (config-mgmt-tftp)#server-ip 169.254.128.133
System Name (config-mgmt-tftp)#file-name TQB_image.sei
System Name (config-mgmt-tftp)#file-type image
System Name (config-mgmt-tftp)#operation-type download
System Name (config-mgmt-tftp)#exit
System Name (config)#exit
System Name# show tftp
// TFTP CONFIGURATION //
Server Ip
: 169.254.128.133
File Name
: TQB_image.sei
File Type
: image
Operation Type
: none
Operational Status : idle
1.5.5.9 Trap Host Table
Enter the following commands to configure the TRAP Host table.
System Name(config-mgmt)# trap-host-table
System Name(config-mgmt-trap)# rowadd 0 ?
Possible completions:
<[Enter]>
Execute this command
comment
Comment Configuration
entry-status
Entry Status Configuration
ipaddress
Ip Configuration
password
Password Configuration
System Name(config-mgmt-trap)# rowadd
System Name(config-mgmt-trap)# rowadd
System Name(config-mgmt-trap)# rowadd
System Name(config-mgmt-trap)# rowadd
System Name(config-mgmt-trap)#exit
System Name(config-mgmt)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show traphost
// TRAP HOST TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Ip Address
Password
Comment
Entry Status
:
:
:
:
0
0
0
0
entry-status 4
ipaddress 169.254.128.133
comment Default
entry-status 4
169.254.128.133
******
Default
enable
1.5.5.10 Display the Inventory Information
Inventory management provides complete component information of the device. This section describes the version history of
each and every component.
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System Name# show inventory
// SYSTEM INVENTORY MANAGEMENT //
Security Id: ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff
INDEX 1
Serial Number
:
Name
:
Component Id
:
Component Variant:
Release Version :
Major Version
:
Minor Version
:
BUILD-360
Wireless Card 1 -NIC (0x60)
2300
1
7
0
0
INDEX 3
Serial Number
:
Name
:
Component Id
:
Component Variant:
Release Version :
Major Version
:
Minor Version
:
Application Software Image
2100
1
2
0
0
INDEX 4
Serial Number
:
Name
:
Component Id
:
Component Variant:
Release Version :
Major Version
:
Minor Version
:
08IN00000013
Hardware Inventory
2000
1
1
0
0
INDEX 5
Serial Number
:
Name
:
Component Id
:
Component Variant:
Release Version :
Major Version
:
Minor Version
:
-NABSP-Bootloader
2102
1
1
0
0
INDEX 6
Serial Number
:
Name
:
Component Id
:
Component Variant:
Release Version :
Major Version
:
Minor Version
:
INDEX 7
Serial Number
:
Name
:
Component Id
:
Component Variant:
Release Version :
Major Version
:
Minor Version
:
INDEX 8
Serial Number
:
Name
:
Component Id
:
Component Variant:
Release Version :
Major Version
:
Minor Version
:
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2200
1
1
0
0
-NAConfig File
2201
1
1
0
0
-NALicense File
2203
2
2
0
0
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1.5.5.11 Display the Licensed Information
Use the following command to display the licensed information. This is a read only information and cannot be modified.
System Name# show licensed-feature
// LICENSED FEATURE CONFIGURATION //
Product ID
Number of Radios
Number of Ethernet Interfaces
Radio 1 Allowed Frequency Band
Maximum Output Bandwidth
Maximum Input Bandwidth
Maximum Aggregate Bandwidth
Product Family
Product Class
Maximum Slaves Allowed
Allowed Operations Modes of Radio 1
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
MONACO
1
2
2.4 GHz., 4.9 GHz., 5 GHz.
100 Mbps.
100 Mbps.
200 Mbps.
QuickBridge
Outdoor
1
EndPointA, EndPointB
1.5.5.12 SNMP V3 Configuration
System Name# configure
System Name(config)# management
System Name(config-mgmt)# snmp-version snmpv3
System Name(config-mgmt)# v3-auth-password public
System Name(config-mgmt)# v3-auth-protocol sha
System Name(config-mgmt)# v3-priv-password public
System Name(config-mgmt)# v3-priv-protocol aes-128
System Name(config-mgmt)# secure-management disable
System Name(config-mgmt)# read-password public123
System Name(config-mgmt)# read-write-password public123
System Name(config-mgmt)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show snmp
System Name# show snmp
// SNMP V3 CONFIGURATION //
Secure Management
: disable
SNMP Version
: snmpv3
V3 Security Level
: authPriv
V3 Authentication Protocol
: sha
V3 Authentication Password
: ******
V3 Private Protocol
: aes-128
V3 Private Password
: ******
Snmp Read Password
: ******
Snmp Read Write Password
: ******
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1.5.6 Device Monitor
System Name(config)#monitor
System Name(config-mon)# ?
Possible completions:
eventlog
exit
site-survey-tbl
sntp
syslog
temperature
Event Log Configuration
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
SiteSurvey Table Configuration
SNTP Configuration
Syslog Configuration
Temperature Configuration
1.5.6.1 Event Log Configuration
Enter the following commands to view and set priority for event logs.
System Name(config-mon)# eventlog
System Name(config-mon-eventlog)# priority emergency
System Name(config-mon-eventlog)# reset yes
System Name(config-mon-eventlog)#exit
System Name(config-mon)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show eventlog
// EVENTLOG CONFIGURATION //
Priority : emergency
Log Reset : 1
To display the event log messages, use the following command:
System Name# show eventlog-messages
It displays the recent event log entries.
If you want to clear the log, use the following commands:
System Name# clear eventlog-messages
1.5.6.2 Site Survey Table
System Name(config-mon)# site-survey-tbl
System Name(config-mon-sitesurvey)# rowedit 1 status enable
1.5.6.3 SNTP
SNTP allows a network entity to communicate with time servers in the network/Internet to retrieve and synchronize the time
of day information. When this feature is enabled, the device will attempt to retrieve the time of day information from the
configured time servers (primary or secondary) and, if successful, will update the relevant time objects in the device. Use the
following commands to configure and view the Simple Network Time Protocol.
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System Name(config-monitor)# sntp
System Name(config-monitor-sntp)# day-light-savingtime unchanged
System Name(config-monitor-sntp)# primary-server-name time.nist.gov
System Name(config-monitor-sntp)# secondary-server-name string
System Name(config-monitor-sntp)# sntp-status disable
System Name(config-monitor-sntp)# time-zone dateline
System Name# show sntp
// SNTP CONFIGURATION //
Status
: disable
Primary Server Name
: time.nist.gov
Seconday Server Name
: string
Time Zone
: dateline
Daylight Saving Time
: unchanged
Current Time
: 01-01-2000 0:53:23
1.5.6.4 Syslog and Host Table
Enter the following commands to configure Syslog and Host table:
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
Name(config-monitor)# syslog
Name(config-monitor-syslog)# priority emergency
Name(config-monitor-syslog)# status enable
Name(config-monitor-syslog)# reset no
Name(config-monitor-syslog)# host-table
Name(config-monitor-syslog-hosttbl)# rowadd 0 entry-status create
Name(config-monitor-syslog-hosttbl)# rowadd 0 ipaddress 10.0.0.1
Name(config-monitor-syslog-hosttbl)# rowadd 0 port 80
Name(config-monitor-syslog-hosttbl)# rowadd 0 comment firstrow
Name(config-monitor-syslog-hosttbl)# rowadd 0 entry-status create
Name(config-monitor-syslog-hosttbl)#exit
Name(config-monitor-syslog)#exit
Name(config-monitor)#exit
Name(config)#exit
Name# show syslog
// SYSLOG CONFIGURATION //
Status
: enable
Priority
: emergency
Reset
: 0
// HOST TABLE CONFIGURATION //
INDEX 1
Ip Address
Port
Comment
Entry status
:
:
:
:
10.0.0.1
80
firstrow
enable
To display the system log messages, use the following command:
System Name# show syslog-messages
To clear the system log messages, use the following command:
System Name# clear syslog-messages
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1.5.6.5 Temperature Configuration
Enter the following commands to configure the temperature parameters.
System Name(config-mon)# temperature
Possible completions:
exit
Exits Back to Global Configure Mode
high-thershold
High Threshold Configuration
interval
Temperature Log Interval Configuration
low-thershold
Low Thershold Configuration
reset
Reset Configuration
System Name(config-mon-temp)# high-thershold 60
System Name(config-mon-temp)# interval 50
Setting Logging Interval to 0 will disable Temperature Log
Logging Interval can take values 0,1 and multiples of 5 upto 60
System Name(config-mon-temp)# low-thershold 50
System Name(config-mon-temp)# reset yes
System Name(config-mon-temp)# exit
System Name(config-mon)#exit
System Name(config)#exit
System Name# show templog
// TEMPERATURE CONFIGURATION //
Current Unit Temperature
High Threshold
Low Threshold
Logging Interval
Log Reset
:
:
:
:
:
0
60
50
50
0
1.5.7 Statistics Information
System Name# show statistics ?
Possible completions:
black-list
Wireless Interface BlackList Information
icmp
ICMP Statistics Information
interface
Interface Statistics Information
iparp
IP Arp Statistics Information
no-of-stations-connected
Number of Station Connected Configuration
radius-authentication
Radius Authentication Statistics Information
sitesurvey-info-tbl
Display the SiteSurvey Operation Table Information
wireless-station
Wireless Station Statistics Information
wireless-statistics
Display the Wireless Statistics Information
worp-endPointa
Display the Worp EndPointA Statistics Information
worp-qos
Display the worp qos statistics
worp-sitesurvey
Site Survey Statistics Information
worp-endPointb
Display the Worp EndPointB Statistics Information
worp-statistics
Worp Statistics Information
1.5.7.1 Display the Black List Statistics
System Name# show statistics black-list
// WIRELESS INTERFACE BLACK LIST INFORMATION //
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1.5.7.2 Display the ICMP Statistics Information
System Name# show statistics icmp
// ICMP Configuration
In Messages
In Errors
In Destinationunreachs
In TimeExcds
In ParmProbs
In SrcQuenchs
In ReDirects
In Echos
In Echo Reps
In TimeStamps
In TimestamReps
In AddrMasks
In AddrMaskReps
Out Msgs
Out Errors
Out DestUnreachs
Out TimeExcds
Out ParmProbs
Out SrcQuenchs
Out Redirects
Out Echos
Out EchoReps
Out TimeStamps
Out TimestampReps
Out AddrMasks
Out AddrMaskReps
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: 0
: 1
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 12
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 1
: 0
: 1
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
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1.5.7.3 Display the Interface Statistics Information
System Name# show statistics interface
// INTERFACE STATISTICS //
Interface Number : 5
INDEX 1
Descripton
Type
Mtu
Speed
Physical Aaddress
Admin Status
Operational Status
Last Change
In Octets
In Unicast
In Non Unicast
In Discards
In Errors
In Unknown Protos
Out Octets
Out Unicast Packets
Out Non Unicast Packets
Out Discards
Out Errors
Outqlen
Specific
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
eth0
ethernet-csmacd
1500
100000000
00:20:a6:cd:00:01
up
up
0-01:41:29.00
4910453
17973
0
0
0
5576089
5576089
19186
0
0
0
0
0.0
INDEX 2
Descripton
Type
Mtu
Speed
Physical Aaddress
Admin Status
Operational Status
Last Change
In Octets
In Unicast
In Non Unicast
In Discards
In Errors
In Unknown Protos
Out Octets
Out Unicast Packets
Out Non Unicast Packets
Out Discards
Out Errors
Outqlen
Specific
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
lo
softwareLoopback
16436
0
up
up
0-00:02:00.00
208496
1144
0
0
0
208496
208496
1144
0
0
0
0
0.0
1.5.7.4 Display the IP ARP Statistics Information
System Name# show statistics iparp
// IP ARP STATISTICS //
INDEX 3
Physical address
Net Address
Media Type
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1.5.7.5 Display the Number of Stations Connected Information
System Name# show statistics no-of-stations-connected
Number Of Stations Connected
: 1
1.5.7.6 Display the Wireless Station Statistics Information
This command displays statistics for the Wireless Station Statistics.
System Name# show statistics wireless-station
// WIRELESS STATION STATISTICS //
INDEX 1.1
Interface Number
Vap Number
Mac Address
Rx MgmtMaxFrames
Rx Control Frames
Rx Unicast Frames
Rx Muliticast Frames
Rx Bytes
Rx Beacons
Rx Prob Response
Rx DupFrames
Rx No Privacy
Rx Web Fail
Rx Demicfail
Rx Decap Failed
Rx Defrag Failed
Rx Disassociation Frames
Rx DeAuthentication Frames
Rx DecryptFailedonCRC
Rx UnauthPort
Rx UnEncrypted
Tx Data Frames
Tx Management Frames
Tx Unicast Frames
Tx Multicast Frames
Tx Bytes
Tx Probe Request
Tx Eosp Lost
Tx PS Discard
Tx Associationframes
Tx Associationfailedframes
Tx Authenticationframes
Tx Authenticationfailed
Tx Deauthframes
Tx Deauthcode
Tx Disassociation
Tx Disassociation Code
Frequency
State
Rssi
Txrate
Association Id
Vlan Tag
Association Time
Tx Power
Inactivity Timer
Station Operating Mode
Ht Capability
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00:21:86:51:e4:c5
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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2433
0
0
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214104
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5500
1
255
12
0
0
0
0
270
0
0
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1.5.7.7 Display the Wireless Statistics Information
System Name# show statistics wireless-statistics
// WIRELESS STATISTICS //
INDEX 1
Tx Packets
: 31365
Tx Bytes
: 3638476
Rx Packets
: 16724
Rx Bytes
: 1939652
Rx Decrypt Errors
: 0
CRC Errors
: 16
Chain0 Ctl RSSI
: -85
Chain1 Ctl RSSI
: -85
Chain2 Ctl RSSI
: -93
Chain0 Ext RSSI
: 0
Chain2 Ext RSSI
: 0
Chain1 Ext RSSI
: 0
Combined RSSI
: -82
1.5.7.8 Display Site Survey Info Table:
This displays the site serve information table.
System Name# show statistics sitesurvey-info-tbl
// SITESURVEY OPERATION STATISTICS //
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1.5.7.9 Display the WORP Statistics Information
System Name# show statistics worp-statistics
// WORP STATISTICS //
INDEX 1
Average Local Signal
: 0 dBm
Average Local Noise
: 0 dBm
Remote Signal
: 0 dBm
Remote Noise
: 0 dBm
Remote Partners
: 0
Base Station Announces
: 0
Request For Services
: 0
Registration Requests
: 0
Registration Rejects
: 0
Authentication Requests
: 0
Authentication Confirms
: 0
Registration Attempts
: 0
Registration Incompletes
: 0
Registration Timeouts
: 0
Registration Last Reason
: 0
Poll Data
: 0
Poll No Data
: 0
Reply Data
: 0
Reply More Data
: 0
Reply No Data
: 0
Poll No Replies
: 0
Send Success
: 0
Send Retries
: 0
Send Failure
: 0
Receive Success
: 0
Receive Retries
: 0
Receive Failure
: 0
Note:Below values will be displayed only in EndPointA radio-mode.
Provisioned UpLink CIR
: 0 Kbps
Provisioned DownLink CIR
: 0 Kbps
Provisioned UpLink MIR
: 0 Kbps
Provisioned DownLink MIR
: 0 Kbps
Active UpLink CIR
: 0 Kbps
Active DownLink CIR
: 0 Kbps
Active UpLink MIR
: 0 Kbps
Active DownLink MIR
: 0 Kbps
UpLink BandWidth
: 0 Kbps
DownLink BandWidth
: 0 Kbps
1.5.7.10 Display the WORP SU Statistics Information
This is applicable only in BSU radio-mode.
System Name# show statistics worp-endPointb
This command displays statistics for WORP EndPointB
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1.5.7.11 Display the WORP Site Survey Statistics Information
System Name# show statistics worp-sitesurvey
This command displays statistics for WORP SiteSurvey
1.5.7.12 Display the Radius Client Authentication Information
System Name# show statistics radius-authentication
//
RADIUS CLIENT AUTHENTICATION STATISTICS //
INDEX 0.1
Round Trip Time
: 0-00:0000:00
Requests
: 1
Retransmissions
: 0
Access Rejects
: 0
Access Challenges
: 0
Responses
: 0
Malformed Responses : 0
Bad Authenticators : 0
Timeouts
: 0
Unknown Types
: 0
Packet Dropped
: 0
1.5.7.13 Display the Worp QoS Information
System Name# show statistics worp-qos
// WORP QOS STATISTICS //
INDEX 1
Provisioned UpLink CIR
Provisioned DownLink CIR
Provisioned UpLink MIR
Provisioned DownLink MIR
Active UpLink CIR
Active DownLink CIR
Active UpLink MIR
Active DownLink MIR
UpLink BandWidth
DownLink BandWidth
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Kbps
Kbps
Kbps
Kbps
Kbps
Kbps
Kbps
Kbps
Kbps
Kbps
1.5.7.14 Display the WORP BSU Statistics Information
This is applicable only in SU radio-mode. This displays the statistics of BSU device.
System Name# show statistics worp-endpointa
// EndPointA STATISTICS //
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Command Line Interface
1.5.8 Display the Kernel Route Configuration
System Name# show kernel-route-tbl
Kernel IP routing table
Destination
Gateway
Genmask
192.168.2.0
*
255.255.255.0
Flags Metric Ref
U
0
0
Use Iface
0 br0
1.5.9 Display System Log and Event Log Messages
System Name# show syslog-messages
Jan
Jan
1 00:00:54 System Name syslog.info syslogd started: BusyBox 1.10.0
1 00:03:04 System Name user.crit monitord: Took Backup of current configuration
System Name# show
eventlog-messages
00d:00h:00m:21s-->Alert Msg:Device initialized with Firmware Version 1.0.0 B206262
Timestamp 26-Jun-2009 (IST) 11:51:45 AM
00d:00h:00m:23s-->Alert Msg:Device is in Bridge Mode
00d:00h:00m:52s-->Alert Msg:System Initialization Successful
00d:00h:03m:05s-->Critical Msg:Took Backup of current configuration
1.5.10 Clear Statistics
System Name#
System Name# clear ?
Possible completions:
eventlog-messages
syslog-messages
Clear the Event log Information
Clear the system log Information
To Clear Eventlog Messages:
System Name# clear eventlog-messages
To Clear Syslog Messages:
System Name# clear syslog-messages
1.5.11 Antenna Alignment
System Name# aad enable
Worp Link is down. So Audible Antenna Alignment will not start....!
System Name#
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1.5.12 Display the Learn Table Information
System Name# show learn-table
port no
1
3
1
2
mac addr
is local?
00:07:e9:0c:42:df
00:1a:6b:0b:ed:bf
00:20:a6:00:00:11
00:20:a6:00:00:12
ageing timer
no
yes
yes
yes
0.07
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.5.13 Display the RIP Data Base
System Name# show rip-database
This command displays the rip database information
1.5.14 Display the DHCP Server Data Base
System Name# show dhcp-database
This command displays the dhcp database information
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MIB Browser for SNMP Interface
2
To select the preferred SNMP protocol version, go to Configuration Tab on the NuDesign MIB Browser Pro 8.2 and mark the
version either as v1, v2c or v3.
Figure 2-1 NuDesign MIB Browser
2.1 Using MIB Browser in Snmpv1-V2c
To access the SNMPv1-v2c agent through MIB browser
1. Add the device IP address in the Dest IP Address field.
2. Enter the read community string and write community strings. The same should be configured in the device also. If
the user doesn’t configure anything, the default community/password public is used.
NOTE: The above configuration procedures are created by considering the NuDesign’s MIB Browser Pro 8.2.
2.2 Using MIB Browser in SNMPv3
To access the SNMPv3 agent through MIB browser
1. In the MIB browser, click Tools > Options. The MIBrowser’s current USM User table is displayed, as shown below.
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MIB Browser for SNMP Interface
Figure 2-2 Options Window
In the Options window, you can delete or change V3 USM Users. To communicate with a V3 agent, you must have a
correct USM User entry for the agent and you must specify the USM User name in the session configuration
parameters when communicating with that agent.
2. To add a new user, click Add. To edit an existing user, click Edit. The USM User Entry window is displayed.
Figure 2-3 USM User Entry
3. Provide a name for the user. Same name and configuration are required on the agent. Provide an Engine ID by typing
a new Engine ID or get the Engine ID by clicking Find Id.
4. From the Authentication Protocol and Privacy Protocol drop-down menu, select none if no authentication is used.
Select either MD5 or SHA for Authentication and DES or AES-128 for Privacy. If any of these are selected, provide a
password for the protocols.
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MIB Browser for SNMP Interface
Figure 2-4 USM User Entry - Add or Edit
5. Click OK to proceed.
To add a new agent to the SNMP Agents list
1.
Click Edit > SNMP Agents. The SNMP Agents window appears as shown below.
Figure 2-5 SNMP Agents Window
2. Click Add. The SNMP Agent Properties dialog appears as shown below.
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MIB Browser for SNMP Interface
Figure 2-6 Configuration Window
3. Provide the SNMP Version, Dest IP Address, USM user.
4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
NOTE: These configuration procedure is prepared by considering the NuDesign’s MIB Browser Pro 8.2. For SNMPv3
access configuration.The user name and passwords should be same in agent as well as manager.
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3
Event Log Error Messages
3.1 DHCP
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
NOTICE
DHCP Server Running
Information that DHCP server is
running.
NONE
EMERGENCY
DHCP relay start failed
Unable to start DHCP relay.
Reboot the device
NOTICE
DHCP Relay Running
Information that DHCP Relay is
running.
NONE
EMERGENCY
We couldn't store the DHCP
MODE in flash
DHCP mode-related changes are
not saved.
Reboot the device
NOTICE
DHCP Server Running with
updated configuration
Changes made to DHCP server
are applied.
NONE
NOTICE
DHCP Server Disabled
DHCP Server is disabled as per
the configuration made.
NONE
NOTICE
DHCP Relay Disabled
DHCP Relay is disabled as per
the configuration made.
NONE
3.2 Flash Module
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
ERROR
flashctrl module not yet
initialized
Flash operations could not be
performed as module has not
been initialized yet.
Reboot the device and try
again
ERROR
Failed to allocate memory for
the flashctrl module
Flash operations could not be
performed as memory could not
be allocated.
Reboot the device and try
again
ERROR
Failed to write configuration to
file flashcfg.cfg
Could not save configuration to
flash.
Reboot the device and try
again
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Event Log Error Messages
3.3 License
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
EMERGENCY
We could not find a valid
license, please contact Proxim
Wireless customer support for
help
There is no valid license file
present for the device.
Contact Customer
Support
EMERGENCY
InvalidLicenseFile
License File is not valid.
Contact Customer
Support
3.4 Logger
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
Warning
There is something wrong
with the flash
The configuration file present
could belong to a build different
to the present one.
Using a configuration file
belonging to older builds
is not recommended.
Warning
Invalid configuration id
The configuration file present
could belong to a build different
to the present one.
Using a configuration file
belonging to older builds
is not recommended.
3.5 Netconfig
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
EMERGENCY
Critical Error Unable to add
interface eth1 to bridge br0
Unable to add second Ethernet
interface to the bridge.
Check your license file
and reboot the device.
ALERT
Device is in Bridge Mode
Device is currently running in
bridge mode.
None
ALERT
Device is in Routing Mode
Device is currently running in
routing mode.
None
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Event Log Error Messages
3.6 NTP
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
ERROR
Host ‘Host name configured’
couldn't be resolved
Setting of Primary server failed
as the host name could not be
resolved.
Check the domain name
configured.
ALERT
Changed system time
according to the timezone
configured
System has changed according
to the configuration provided.
None
ERROR
Host ‘Host Name Configured’
couldn't be reached
The configured server might be
down.
Check the servers
configured and, if
possible, use a different
NTP server.
ERROR
Host ‘Host Name Configured’
couldn't be resolved properly
The configured domain name
could not be resolved.
Check the DNS and the
network configuration
along with the server
configured before
retrying.
3.7 Monitord
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
Alert
Resetting ‘Interface Name’
Interface
Resetting the interface with the
name specified if it is inactive for
a period more than the
threshold defined.
NONE
EMERGENCY
‘Monitord configuration file’
file is missing
Configuration file is not
available.
Reboot the device
EMERGENCY
Signal SIGSEGV received so
copying last known good
configuration into flashcfg.cfg
Segmentation fault error
occurred so copying last known
good configuration into the
present configuration.
Reboot the device if it is
not accessible.
CRITICAL
Took Backup of current
configuration
After each commit or
initialization, we take backup of
current configuration if the
device is stable for two minutes.
NONE
3.8 Routing
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
ALERT
system level RIP is enabled
Rip is enabled for the device.
NONE
ALERT
system level RIP is disabled
Rip is disabled for the device.
NONE
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Event Log Error Messages
3.9 SNMP Group
Error Type
ERROR
Message
Error Writing the Engine Boot
Count to flash
Description
SNMP v3 error in engine boot
count.
Corrective Action
Reboot the device.
3.10 System Management
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
INFO
Configuration Commit Started
Configuration commit process
initiated.
NONE
INFO
Configuration Validation
Successful
Configuration is valid and ready
to be applied to the device.
NONE
INFO
Configuration Applied
Successfully
Configuration is applied
successfully.
ALERT
Re-Bootable Parameter
Modified
A parameter is modified which
required a reboot.
Reboot the device.
ALERT
Device initialized with
Firmware Version
‘proxnVersion’ Timestamp
‘creationDate’ ‘creationTime’
Information regarding the
firmware version and the build
date and time.
NONE
NONE
3.11 Sysutils
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
ERROR
Temperature statistics
initialization failed
Initialization of temperature
logging facility failed.
Reboot the device.
ERROR
Ethernet statistics initialization
failed
Initialization of Ethernet speed
and transmit mode with the
configured changes failed.
Reboot the device.
3.12 Temperature
Error Type
ALERT
Message
Unit Temperature -> ‘temp
value in centigrade’ C, ‘temp
value in farenheit’F higher
threshold proximity reached
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The device temperature is within
5 degrees to the higher
threshold value.
Corrective Action
Move the device to a
cooler environment.
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Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
ALERT
Unit Temperature -> ‘temp
value in centigrade’ C, ‘temp
value in farenheit’F lower
threshold proximity reached
The device temperature is within
5 degrees to the lower threshold
value.
Move the device to a
warmer environment.
EMERGENCY
Unit Temperature ->‘temp
value in centigrade’ C, ‘temp
value in farenheit ‘F breached
threshold value.
The device breached the higher
threshold value.
Move the device to a less
challenging environment
immediately.
ERROR
Temperature Statistics commit
failed
Failed to save changes
concerning temperature
logging.
Reboot the device and try
again to commit the
changes.
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Event Log Error Messages
3.13 TFTP
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
ERROR
Number of arguments to
tftpuldl should be 5
Number of arguments specified
for the TFTP operation are not
valid.
Check configuration and
retry.
ERROR
tftp: Invalid File type
File type mentioned is invalid.
Check configuration and
retry.
ERROR
tftp: Invalid Operation type
Operation type specified is
invalid.
Check configuration and
retry.
ERROR
tftp : Network is unreachable
Network is unreachable so
unable to perform TFTP
operation.
Check network
configuration and retry.
ERROR
Error during file open of new
config provided
The new configuration file
provided could not be opened.
Check the configuration
file and retry.
ERROR
Image download failed
Image download was not
successful.
Check network
configuration and retry.
ERROR
File Size very large for a config
file
The new configuration file
provided is out of range of a
valid config file size.
Check the configuration
file and retry.
ERROR
TFTP operation failed new
config file was not available
TFTP operation was not
successful and the new
configuration file is not available
to the device.
Check network
configuration and
configuration file before
retrying.
ERROR
Stat of the new config file
download has failed
Unable to determine the size of
the new configuration file
downloaded, hence considered
as invalid.
Check configuration file
and retry.
ERROR
Config file downloaded is of
Zero size
The size of the new
configuration file provided is
zero and hence considered as
invalid.
Check configuration file
and retry.
ERROR
New config file provided is not
valid
Invalid configuration file
provided.
Check configuration file
and retry.
ERROR
Image downloaded is of Zero
size
The size of the new image file
provided is zero and hence
considered as invalid.
Check image file and
retry.
ERROR
New Image signature check
failed
Signature check for the new
image downloaded.
Check image file and
retry.
ERROR
We don't have sufficient
memory to perform the
operation
Memory not sufficient to
perform download operation.
Reboot the device and
retry
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Event Log Error Messages
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
ERROR
tftp: Read on the new
firmware failed
Firmware file not readable;
hence invalid.
Check the image file and
the license. Contact
customer support if the
problem persists.
ERROR
Image size not equal to bytes
read
Download operation is not
successful.
Check network
configuration and retry.
ERROR
Image flashing failed
Not able to save the image.
Retry after reboot.
INFO
tftp: System is going to reboot
Image file successfully written to
flash after download and system
is going to reboot and come up
with the new image.
NONE
ERROR
Image ID Does not Match
Image ID does not match with
the firmware ID in the device.
Check image file and
license before retrying.
ERROR
Unable to create ‘image name’
file
Unable to create a file with the
given image file name.
Reboot the device and
retry.
INFO
‘image name’ File Write Error
Unable to write the image file
obtained into flash.
Reboot the device and
retry.
ERROR
Unable to Close the ‘image file’
File
Unable to write the image file
obtained into flash.
Reboot the device and
retry.
ERROR
Error in Flash write
Unable to write the image file
obtained into flash.
Reboot the device and
retry.
ERROR
TFTP operation in progress...
Another operation is selected
while TFTP operation was in
progress.
Check your configuration
and retry.
ERROR
We couldn't fork a child
process, may be because of
lack of memory
TFTP operation failure.
Reboot the device and
retry.
ERROR
Couldn’t create the status file
TFTP operation failure.
Reboot the device and
retry.
ERROR
Invalid Config ID returned by
Flash module
The current configuration file
may belong to an older build.
While updating the
image, it is advised to
remove the current
configuration.
ERROR
File Name given is not valid [
~`!$^&*()=|\\{}[];\"'<>? ]
should be avoided in filenames
Avoid any special characters
while providing file name.
Check the file name.
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Event Log Error Messages
3.14 VLAN
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
ERROR
Vlan initialization failed, Error
in getting radio operating
mode
Module Virtual LAN initialization
failed.
Check your license file
and the configuration
before rebooting the
device.
ERROR
Vlan initialization failed, Access
vlan mode is not valid on
‘ethernet interface’ of
‘Configured Radio Mode’
Module VLAN initialization
failed as the configured radio
mode for a particular interface is
not valid.
Check your license file
and the configuration
before rebooting the
device.
INFO
Vlan mode on ‘ethernet
interface’ on boot-up –
‘Current VLAN Mode’
Information regarding the
current VLAN mode for a
particular Ethernet interface
during initialization.
NONE
INFO
Access vlan id on ‘ethernet
interface’ of on boot-up is
‘Current Access VLAN id’
Information regarding the
current access VLAN ID for a
particular interface during
initialization.
NONE
INFO
Vlan status on boot-up –
‘Current VLAN Status’
Current VLAN status either
enabled or disabled during
initialization is displayed.
NONE
INFO
Mgmt Vlan Id on boot-up is
‘Current Management VLAN
ID’
Current Management VLAN ID
is displayed during initialization.
NONE
INFO
Mgmt Vlan Priority on boot-up
is ‘Current Management VLAN
Priority’
Management VLAN Priority is
displayed during initialization.
NONE
INFO
Vlan status changed to –
‘Current VLAN Status’
Information regarding the status
of VLAN as configured
previously.
NONE
INFO
Mgmt VLAN id changed to
‘Changed VLAN id’
Information regarding the
changed VLAN ID as configured
previously.
NONE
INFO
Mgmt VLAN Priority changed
to – ‘Changed VLAN Priority’
Information regarding the
changed VLAN Priority as
configured previously.
NONE
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Event Log Error Messages
3.15 Wireless
Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
CRITICAL
Security Profile 'Selected
Name' doesn't Exist
Security Profile selected in
association with current wireless
configuration does not exist.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
CRITICAL
Security Profile 'Selected
Name' Validation Failed
Security Profile configured is not
valid.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
CRITICAL
Security Profile 'Selected
Name' Flash Commit Failed
Changes made to the security
profile were not saved and will
not come into effect.
Reboot the device and try
again.
ALERT
Security Profile 'Selected
Name' is Disabled - No Security
Configuration is Applied
No security profile is enabled
and the network is unsecured.
NONE
CRITICAL
Security Profile Invalid
Encryption Type for Selected
Security Mode
The encryption type selected for
the security mode is not valid.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
CRITICAL
WORP: WEP Encryption
Key(KeyLength) not valid
WEP encryption key length is
not valid.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
CRITICAL
WORP: TKIP Encryption
Key(KeyLength) not valid
TKIP encryption key length is not
valid.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
AES-CCM Encryption key length
is not valid.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
Security Profile: Security Mode
Invalid
Security Mode selected is not
valid.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
Radius Server Profile Name
Doesn't Exist
Radius Server chosen for the
wireless configuration does not
exist.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
Either Primary or Secondary
Authentication Servers are
inactive.
NONE
Primary/Secondary Auth
Servers are Inactive
CRITICAL
Radius Server IP Address is not
Valid
Radius Server IP address
configured is not valid.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
CRITICAL
Unable to Create Security
Profile Configuration File
Security Profile changes will not
come into affect.
Reboot the device and
reconfigure.
CRITICAL
WORP: AES-CCM Encryption
Key(KeyLength) not valid
CRITICAL
CRITICAL
CRITICAL
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Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
CRITICAL
For WORP - ReTransmission
Count: ‘Count Value’ & Msg
Response Time:’ Response
Time Value’ values are not valid
Retransmission count and
Message Response time values
configured are not valid.
Check your configuration
and try again to commit
the changes.
CRITICAL
Security Profile: ‘Profile Name’:
In High Throughput Modes,
WEP/TKIP Encryption Types are
not Supported
Reduce the throughput rates to
enable encryption with WEP or
TKIP.
If Security is required,
throughput rate has to be
configured to a lesser
value.
CRITICAL
Security Profile: ‘Profile Name’:
TKIP/AES Encryption Types will
accept only 16 Ascii characters
or 32 Hex digits
Security Key for TKIP or AES
encryption type will accept only
16 ASCII characters or 32
Hexadecimal digits for Security
Profile mentioned.
Check your configuration
and commit the changes
again.
CRITICAL
Security Profile: ‘Profile Name’:
All the 4 Encryption Keys are
not of Same Length
For the security profile
mentioned, make sure all the
four encryption keys are of the
same length.
Check your configuration
and commit the changes
again.
CRITICAL
Wireless Interface Invalid
Regulatory Domain
Invalid Regulatory Domain is set
for wireless interface
Check your configuration
and the license file before
retrying.
CRITICAL
Country Code Not Set
Country Code is not set.
Set Country code to
enable wireless.
CRITICAL
RADIO [‘radio number’]
CALIBRATION DOESNOT
MATCH WITH MFG DATA
REGDOMAIN
Regulatory Domain does not
match with the radio
calibration.
Check your license file
and the configuration
before retrying.
CRITICAL
Failed in Committing Wireless
Parameters.
Correct the Configuration
and Commit if anything is
found invalid/Reboot the
device(After rebooting,
device will come with old
configuration).
CRITICAL
Failed in Wireless Initialization.
Reboot the Device.
ALERT
Wireless: Tx Rate <data rate>,
Power Level <power level>dBm
Not required.
ALERT
Security Profile <profile name>
is Disabled - No Security
Configuration is Applied
Not required.
ALERT
Soft Reset Parameter Modified
Not required.
ALERT
End of DFS Wait Period on
Channel <channel number>
for Device ath0
Not required.
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Error Type
Message
Description
Corrective Action
ALERT
Start of DFS Wait Period on
Channel <channel number>
for Device ath0
Not required.
ALERT
Radar Detected on Device ath0
and Channel <channel
number>is Blacklisted
Not required.
ALERT
LinkTest - Interface is not in
WORP mode.
Not required.
ALERT
LinkTest - Idle Tiemout Expired.
Not required.
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Alarm Traps
4.1 TRAP GROUPS
4.1.1 InterfaceTraps
Trap
Severity
Description
WirelessInterfaceCardInitFailure
Critical
This TRAP is generated when the initialization of the
wireless interface card fails.
WirelessInterfaceInvalidRegDomain
Major
This TRAP is generated when an invalid regulatory
domain is present in the license file.
Trap
Severity
Description
ConfigurationAppliedSuccessfully
Critical
This TRAP is generated when the modified
configurations are applied successfully to the device
or stored into the flash (modified configurations will be
applied after the reboot).
Trap
Severity
Description
PxmModulesInitSuccess
Major
This TRAP is generated when all modules are initialized
successfully and the device is ready to access.
SysMgmtModulesInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the SYSMGMT module
initialization fails.
VlanModulesinitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the VLAN module
initialization fails.
FilteringModuleinitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the FILTERING module
initialization fails.
SysutilsModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the SYSUTILS module
initialization fails.
TFTPModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the TFTP module
initialization fails.
SNTPModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the SNTP module
initialization fails.
SyslogModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the LOGGER/SYSLOG
module initialization fails.
4.1.2 OperationalTraps
4.1.3 SystemTraps
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Alarm Traps
Trap
Severity
Description
WlanModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the WLAN module
initialization fails.
FlashModuleInitfailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the FLASH module
initialization fails.
SNMPModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the SNMP module
initialization fails.
DhcpRelayModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the DHCP Relay module
initialization fails.
DhcpServerModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the DHCP Server module
initialization fails.
StaticNATModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the Static NAT module
initialization fails.
LicenseModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the LICENSE module
initialization fails.
SystemFeaturesModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the SYSTEM FEATURE
module initialization fails.
MgmtAccessModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the MANAGEMENT
ACCESS module initialization fails.
RoutingModuleInitFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the ROUTING module
initialization fails.
Trap
Severity
Description
SNTPFailure
Major
This TRAP is generated when the NTP client does not
start.
4.1.4 SNTPTraps
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5
This example uses Active Directory users and groups to authenticate for bandwidth throttling. Create your users with MAC
addresses as the Login IDs; in this example, we group 512k.
When a new user or Subscriber Unit is to be added, add the user to the Active Directory using the MAC address of its radio
card as the Login ID and make it a member of the group that corresponds to the bandwidth desired (in this case, we will be
configuring for 512k).
1. Start the Internet Authentication Service applet:
2. Highlight Remote Access Policies. Right-click and select new remote access policy. The following window is displayed:
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3. Enter 512K as the name for this policy and click Next. Assuming that dot1xtest group already exists in Active
Directory, the following window is displayed:
4. Click Add. The following window is displayed:
5. Select Windows-Groups and click Add. The following window is displayed:
6. Click Add and select the group that you want to associate with this new security policy. This is what “matches” the
group created earlier with the security policy in IAS. Click OK. The following window is displayed:
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7. Click Next. The following window is displayed:
8. Ensure that Grant remote access is selected (as this is the group to which we would like to grant permissions, and at
512k). Click Next. The following window is displayed:
9. Click Edit Profile. The following window is displayed:
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10. At this point, you must add Vendor Specific values. Click Add to enter Proxim’s vendor code values. The RADIUS
Attributes window is displayed.
a. Select Vendor Specific RADIUS Standard. The Multivalued Attribute Information window is displayed.
b. Click Add to get Vendor Specific Attribute Information.
c. Select the Specify Network Access Server Vendor radio button and enter 841 for Proxim code.
d. Click Yes. It conforms the radio button under Specify whether the attribute conforms to RADIUS RFC
specification for vendor specific Attributes area.
e. Click Configure Attribute to display the Configure USA (RFC Compliant) values window.
f.
In the Vendor Assigned Attribute number area, select either (1) for Input/Uplink or (2) for Output/Downlink.
g. For Attribute Format, select Decimal.
h. For Attribute value, select the Kbps value being tested, for example 64 for 64Kbps.
i.
Click OK to save configuration.
j.
Click Apply to RADIUS Attributes configuration.
k. Click OK. The following window is displayed:
Your configuration should be complete.
5.1 Addition of Units to a Routed Network
The following describes how additional units can be added to a routed network:
1. Log into the BSU by placing its IP address into a Web browser address field.
2. When the Web interface is displayed, click the Web Config button.
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3. Click the Advanced Configuration > System and change the mode of operation from the drop-down menu to
Routing. The unit reconfigures itself to Routing mode without the need to click OK.
4. Click Reboot.
5. Click the Advanced Configuration > Network > IP Configuration.
6. In the IP Configuration screen, you should see that each interface has an IP address. The Ethernet IP address should be
the address the unit had previously. The wireless address is now configurable.
NOTE: To make this work, ALL units must have wireless IPs in the same subnet. The default router address must be the
IP address of the device that is to provide Internet services to the BSU.
7. Click OK.
8. On the RIP tab, set Advertise and Receive drop down menus to RIPv2.
9. Click OK.
10. Click Reboot. We now move on to the SU. First, enable the SU for Routing mode:
11. Log into the SU by placing its IP address into a Web browser address field.
12. When the Web interface is displayed, click the Advanced Configuration link.
13. Click System and change the mode of operation from the drop-down menu to Routing. The unit reconfigures itself to
Routing mode without the need to click OK.
14. Click Reboot.
15. Click the Advanced Configuration link. Click Network.
16. On the Network screen, you will see that its previous IP address is now the Ethernet Address and Wireless IP is now
configurable. Set the Wireless IP to the same subnet as the BSU, and set the Ethernet IP to be compatible with the
target site's subnet.
NOTE: The default router's address must be the BSU's Ethernet IP address when the Internet connection is located
there.
17. Click OK.
18. On the RIP tab, set Advertise and Receive dropdown menus to RIPv2.
19. Click OK.
20. Click Reboot.
The SU should now be configured for routing mode. Repeat these steps for any additional units. For an example, see the
following diagram, which shows the IP configuration of a BSU and SUs where the units will be routing different subnets at
their target locations. RIPv2 is set for Advertise on all units.
The key to understanding how RIP builds the correct routes is in the Gateway’s IP setting. The SU’s gateway is the Ethernet IP
address of the BSU. The BSU’s gateway is the Internet source; that is, switch, router. The Clients at site B and C have their
gateway set to the Ethernet IP address of their respective SU.
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Glossary
A
Address Realm
An address realm is a network domain in which the network addresses are
uniquely assigned to entities such that datagrams can be routed to them.
Antenna Beamwidth
Antenna beamwidth is the peak-to-peak angle overlaying the maximum
gain beam of the antenna at which its gain is reduced by 3 dB. Contrary to
popular belief, the 3 dB gain beam-width of an antenna does not
represent its interference beam-width, which is significantly wider. For
example, a typical 2-foot parabolic antenna at 5.8 GHz has 28 dBi of gain,
and a typical beam-width of 6 degrees. However, as an interference
source, it radiates with 25 dBi of gain over a 6 degree area, 10 dBi of gain
over a 32 degree area, and 2 dBi gain over a 170 degree area.
Antenna Gain
Antenna gain is the amount of increase in signal strength (in decibels) that
results from an antenna concentrating its radiated signal into a given
direction, when compared to the gain of a reference antenna. As antenna
gain increases in a given direction, its radiated “beam-width” becomes
narrower in one or more aspects.
Application Level Gateway (ALG)
An Application Level Gateway is an application-specific translation agent
that provides the required transparency for an application running on a
host in a private network to connect to its counterpart running on a host
in the public network. The NAT feature requires an ALG to support certain
applications.
ARP
The Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is intended to find the MAC
address belonging to an IP address.
Authentication Method
The process the unit uses to decide whether a station that wants to
register is allowed or not. IEEE 802.11 specifies two forms of
authentication: open system and shared key; WORP only supports shared
key because of security constraints.
Authentication
Secret”
Server
“Shared
This is a kind of password shared between the unit and the RADIUS
authentication server. This password is used to encrypt important data
exchanged between the unit and the RADIUS server.
Authentication Server Authentication
Port
This is a UDP port number (default is 1812), which is used to connect to
the authentication server for obtaining authentication information.
Auto-Negotiation
A signaling method that lets each node define its operational mode and
detect the operational mode of the adjacent node. Auto-negotiation can
be used in dual-function 10/100 Mbps Ethernet adapters. The process
happens out-of-band with no loss of network throughput.
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B
Backbone
The central part of a network. The backbone network connects all remote
and sub networks to each other and to the central infrastructure (such as
the mail server, Internet gateway, and so on).
Base
If an interface is running in Outdoor mode (WORP), it is either a base or a
subscriber interface. A base interface controls the communication on the
channel and is located in the central part of the network cell. Multiple SUs
can connect to one base. Two bases cannot communicate with each
other.
Broadcast Storm
A broadcast storm is a large series of broadcast packets (most often
caused by wrong network configuration) that severely impact the network
performance.
C
Client IP Address Pool
This a pool of IP addresses from which the unit can assign IP addresses to
clients, which perform a DHCP Request.
Configuration Files
A configuration file contains the unit configuration details. Configuration
items include, among others, the IP address and other network-specific
values. Configuration files may be uploaded to a TFTP server for backup
and downloaded into the unit for restoring the configuration.
D
DHCP Relay Agent
A feature of the unit that intercepts DHCP requests from clients and
forwards them to a DHCP server. For the client, the DHCP Relay Agent of
the unit functions like a DHCP server. This enables DHCP requests to pass
router boundaries. For example, it is not required to have a DHCP server
on every IP subnet.
Domain Name Server (DNS)
A domain name server is an Internet service that translates domain names
into IP addresses. For example, www.ietf.org is translated into 4.17.168.6.
Download
Downloading a file means copying a file from a remote server to a device
or host. In case of the unit, downloading means transferring a file from a
TFTP server to the unit.
Downstream
Downstream means a data stream from the central part of the network to
the end user. See also upstream.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a method to dynamically
assign IP addresses. If DHCP is enabled, the device or computer broadcasts
a request that is answered by a DHCP Server.
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E
Earth Ground
A proper earth ground is a conductive attachment point that presents very
low impedance, path to earth ground that has broadband characteristics.
The power utility ground does not necessarily constitute (although in
some cases it may) a proper earth ground for communication systems,
since it is only intended to be a safety return path for the 60 Hz
commercial AC power system.
Encryption
Encryption is a means of coding data with a key before sending it across a
network. The same key must be used to decode the information at the
receiver. This way, it prevents unauthorized access to the data that is sent
across the network.
End Point A
An End Point A is a node in a Point-to-Point link which controls the
channel and authenticates a single end node termed End Point B.
End Point B
An End Point B is a node in a Point-to-Point link which can register
with the End Point A node only. Its behavior is controlled by the End
Point A to which it is authenticated.
Ethernet
Ethernet is the most widely installed Local Area Network (LAN)
technology. The unit supports both 10 and 100 Mbps and half and full
duplex.
G
Gateway
A gateway is network device that connects multiple (IP) networks to each
other. A gateway can perform protocol conversion.
Group
A group is a logical collection of network parameters. For example, the
System Group is composed of several parameters and tables giving system
information of the unit. All items for a group are grouped under one tab
of the Web Interface and start with the same prefix for the command line
interface.
H
HTTP
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Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the protocol to transport Web pages.
When you access the Internet with your browser, the HTTP protocol is
used for data transport (http://www.Tsunamiwireless.com). When you
access the unit using the Web Interface, HTTP is used to transport the
information.
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I
ICMP
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) is used by computers and
devices to report errors encountered during processing packets, and to
perform other IP-layer functions, such as diagnostics (‘ping’).
Image
The image is the binary executable of the embedded unit software. To
update the unit, you must download a new image file.
IP Address
A unique numerical address of a computer attached to the Internet or
Intranet. An IP (Internet Protocol) address consists of a network part and
part for a host (computer) number. An IP address is represented by four
numbers in the range 0 - 255 separated by dots: for example, 10.0.10.1
and 172.21.43.214. See also subnet mask.
L
LAN
A Local Area Network (LAN) is a network of limited size to which
computers and devices can connect so that they can communicate with
each other.
License File
A license file is used to enable certain features of the unit. The unit already
has a license file when it is shipped. When more features become
available, you can purchase a license file and download it to the unit to
enable these additional features.
M
MAC
Media Access Control.
MAC Address
A MAC (Media Access Control) address is a globally unique network
device address, which is hardware bound. It is used to identify a network
device in a LAN. A MAC address is represented by six two-digit
hexadecimal numbers (0 - 9 and A - F) separated by colons: for example
00:02:2D:47:1F:71 and 00:D0:AB:00:01:AC.
Management
(MIB)
Information
Block
Media Independent Interface (MII)
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A Management Information Block (MIB) is a formal description of a set of
network objects that can be managed with the Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP). A MIB can be loaded by a management
application so that it knows the unit specific objects.
A standard interface between the MAC layer and any of the three physical
layers (100 Base-TX, 100 Base-T4, and 100 Base-FX) for Fast Ethernet,
similar to the AUI interface for traditional Ethernet.
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N
Network Address Translation
Network Address Translation is a method by which IP addresses are
mapped from one address realm to another, providing transparent
routing to end hosts.
Network Mask
See subnet mask.
P
Parameter
A parameter is fundamental value that can be displayed and changed. For
example, the unit must have a unique IP address and the PC Cards must
know which channels to use. You can view and change parameters with
the Web Interface, command line interface, and SNMP.
Password
The unit is password protected. To access the unit, you need to enter a
password before you can view or change its settings. The default
password is ‘public’.
Ping
Ping is a basic Internet program that lets you verify if a particular computer
or device with a certain IP address is reachable. If the computer or device
receives the ping packet, it responds to it, which gives the ping program
the opportunity to display the round-trip time.
R
Remote
A remote is a base or a subscriber interface. For a base interface, the
number of remotes is the number of SUs registered. For a subscriber
interface, there is only one remote, which is the base.
RIP
Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is used between routers to update
routing information so that a router automatically ‘knows’ which port to
use for a certain destination IP address.
Router
Routers forward packets from one network to another based on routing
information. A router uses a dynamic routing protocol like RIP or static
routes to base its forwarding decision on.
S
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A computer program that can be used to retrieve or set the IP address of a
locally connected unit.
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S
Simple
Network
Protocol (SNMP)
Management
A protocol used for the communication between a network management
application and the devices it is managing. The network management
application is called the SNMP manager and the devices it manages will
have SNMP agents. Not only the unit but also almost every network device
contains a SNMP agent. The manageable objects of a device are arranged
in a Management Information Base, also called MIB. The Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) allows managers and agents to
communicate for accessing these objects.
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
The Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) can be used to create redundant
networks (“hot standby”) and to prevent loops. If enabled, spanning tree
prevents loops by disabling redundant links. If a link fails, it can
automatically enable a backup link.
TSTP
Shielded Twisted Pair
Subnet Mask
A subnet mask is a bit mask that defines which part of an IP address is
used for the network part and which part for a host (computer) number.
A subnet mask is like an IP address represented by four numbers in the
range 0 - 255 separated by dots. When the IP address 172.17.23.14 has a
subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, the network part is 172.17.23 and the
host number is 14. See also IP address.
Subscriber Unit
If an interface is running in outdoor mode (WORP), it is either a base or a
subscriber interface. Subscriber interface behavior is controlled by the
base to which it is registered. SUs are located in the remote locations of a
network cell. Multiple SUs can connect to one base; two SUs cannot
communicate with each other. See also WORP and base.
System Gain
Radio system gain is the sum of transmitter gain plus its corresponding
receiver gain. For example, a transmitter having a power output of 20
dBm combined with a receiver having a threshold sensitivity of – 80 dBm
results in a radio system gain of 100 dB.
Antenna System Gain: Antenna system gain is the net (combined) gain
of a transmitting antenna plus the gain of a receiving antenna, minus the
loss of the cables that connect the transmitter and receiver to their
respective antennas. For example, at 5.8 GHz, a two-foot dish antenna
has a nominal gain of 28 dBi, and low-loss cable has a loss of 6 dB/100
feet. Therefore the antenna system gain for a pair of two-foot dishes and
100 feet of low-loss cable would be 50 dB (28 + 28 – 6).
Total System Gain: Total system gain is the sum of antenna system gain
plus radio system gain.
Net System Gain: Net system gain is the amount of system gain left after
the effect of free-space and all other propagation losses have been
subtracted from the total system gain. The net system gain (if a positive
number) is also referred to as Fade Margin.
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System Ground
The purpose of a system ground is to provide a low impedance path to
ground for electronic noise, energy from lightning strikes, and potential
“differences of potential” between the different pieces of equipment at
an installation site. Electronic noise can range in frequency from just
above DC to well over 100 MHz. The energy in lightning is distributed
across a frequency range of 10 KHz to well over 100 MHz. Therefore, an
effective ground path for this “broad band” of energy has to be much
wider than the “narrow band” 60 Hz AC power utility ground
requirements.
T
Table
Tables hold parameters for several related items. For example, you can
add several potential managers to the SNMP IP access table. Tables can be
displayed using the Web Interface, command line interface, and SNMP.
Topology
Topology is the physical layout of network components (cable, stations,
gateways, hubs, and so on).
Transparent Routing
Transparent routing refers to routing a datagram between disparate
address realms, by modifying address contents in the IP header to be valid
in the address realm into which the datagram is routed.
Trap
A trap is used within SNMP to report an unexpected or unallowable
condition.
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is a lightweight protocol for transferring
files that is like a simple form of File Transfer Protocol (FTP). A TFTP client is
implemented on the unit. Using the upload and download commands, the
unit can copy a file to or from a TFTP server. TFTP server software is
provided on the product CD-ROM.
U
Upload
Uploading a file means copying a file from a network device to a remote
server. In case of the unit, uploading means transferring a file from the
unit to a TFTP server. See also download.
Upstream
Upstream means a data stream from the end users to the central part of
the network. See also downstream.
UTP
Unshielded Twisted Pair
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WEP
The Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) algorithm is the standard encryption
method used to protect wireless communication from eavesdropping.
WORP
The Wireless Outdoor Router Protocol (WORP) was designed to optimize
long distance links and multipoint networks with Hidden Node effect to
eliminate collisions and loss of bandwidth.
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