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Reference Guide for HP ProCurve MSM7xx Controllers CLI
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5992-5933
May 2009
Applicable Products
MSM710 Access Controller
MSM710 Mobility Controller
MSM730 Access Controller
MSM730 Mobility Controller
MSM750 Access Controller
MSM750 Mobility Controller
MSM760 Access Controller
MSM760 Mobility Controller
MSM765zl Mobility Controller
J9328A
J9325A
J9329A
J9326A
J9330A
J9327A
J9421A
J9420A
J9370A
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Contents
In this Contents section, new to 5.3.x contexts and commands are preceded with an asterisk
“*” and formatted in green like this:
* new context
* new command
1 Introduction
About this guide ...........................................................................................................1-2
Products covered...................................................................................................1-2
HP ProCurve Product Naming .............................................................................1-2
Important terms .....................................................................................................1-3
Typographical conventions ..................................................................................1-3
Command syntax ............................................................................................1-3
Management tool ............................................................................................1-4
HP ProCurve Networking support .............................................................................1-4
Before contacting support .............................................................................1-4
Online documentation .................................................................................................1-5
Configuring CLI support..............................................................................................1-5
SSH client support.................................................................................................1-6
Entering strings ............................................................................................................1-6
Context hierarchy ........................................................................................................1-7
Sample CLI session ......................................................................................................1-8
File transfer...................................................................................................................1-8
A. The service controller gets the file using a URL ....................................1-8
B. Send a file to the service controller .........................................................1-8
2 CLI commands
View context .................................................................................................................2-2
arping ......................................................................................................................2-2
enable......................................................................................................................2-2
iperf .........................................................................................................................2-2
nslookup .................................................................................................................2-2
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ping ..........................................................................................................................2-2
ps .............................................................................................................................2-3
quit...........................................................................................................................2-3
show license ...........................................................................................................2-3
show logging filtered.............................................................................................2-3
top............................................................................................................................2-3
traceroute ...............................................................................................................2-3
Enable context..............................................................................................................2-4
reboot device..........................................................................................................2-4
show certificate .....................................................................................................2-4
show certificate binding .......................................................................................2-4
iperf .........................................................................................................................2-4
ping ..........................................................................................................................2-4
arping ......................................................................................................................2-5
arp............................................................................................................................2-5
end ...........................................................................................................................2-5
quit...........................................................................................................................2-5
rcapture...................................................................................................................2-5
show arp .................................................................................................................2-5
show bridge ............................................................................................................2-5
show bridge forwarding........................................................................................2-6
show dns cache......................................................................................................2-6
show interfaces......................................................................................................2-6
* show ip.................................................................................................................2-6
show ip route .........................................................................................................2-6
show system info ...................................................................................................2-6
show ip dhcp database..........................................................................................2-6
show satellites........................................................................................................2-6
* show web content ..............................................................................................2-7
show client log .......................................................................................................2-7
show radius statistics............................................................................................2-7
show radius users ..................................................................................................2-7
show users..............................................................................................................2-7
show discrete pin...................................................................................................2-7
config.......................................................................................................................2-7
show all config .......................................................................................................2-7
controlled network................................................................................................2-8
show controlled network config..........................................................................2-8
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Config context ..............................................................................................................2-9
* dhcp public ip default lease period..................................................................2-9
* dhcp public ip subnet.........................................................................................2-9
certificate................................................................................................................2-9
certificate binding..................................................................................................2-9
certificate revocation ............................................................................................2-9
end ...........................................................................................................................2-9
factory settings ....................................................................................................2-10
interface ethernet ................................................................................................2-10
reboot device........................................................................................................2-10
show certificate ...................................................................................................2-10
show certificate binding .....................................................................................2-10
show config factory.............................................................................................2-10
username ..............................................................................................................2-10
interface ip............................................................................................................2-11
interface pptp client-default...............................................................................2-11
interface gre .........................................................................................................2-11
virtual ap ...............................................................................................................2-11
show subscription plan.......................................................................................2-11
subscription plan .................................................................................................2-11
* mac list...............................................................................................................2-12
* show mac list ....................................................................................................2-12
ipsec policy...........................................................................................................2-12
* admin local authentication..............................................................................2-12
* admin radius authentication ...........................................................................2-12
* admin radius authentication server ...............................................................2-12
ip http port............................................................................................................2-13
ip https port ..........................................................................................................2-13
snmp-server trap certificate-expired.................................................................2-13
snmp-server trap certificate-expires-soon .......................................................2-13
snmp-server trap web-fail...................................................................................2-13
snmp-server trap web-login................................................................................2-14
snmp-server trap web-logout .............................................................................2-14
web admin kickout ..............................................................................................2-14
web allow..............................................................................................................2-14
world-mode dot11 country code........................................................................2-14
web access internet-port ....................................................................................2-15
web access lan-port.............................................................................................2-15
web access interface vlan...................................................................................2-15
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web access interface gre ....................................................................................2-15
web access lan .....................................................................................................2-15
web access vpn ....................................................................................................2-15
dhcp mode ............................................................................................................2-16
dhcp server ...........................................................................................................2-16
dhcp server default domain name .....................................................................2-16
dhcp server default lease period .......................................................................2-16
dhcp server default permanent lease period....................................................2-16
dhcp server controller.........................................................................................2-16
dhcp server controller discovery.......................................................................2-16
dhcp server logout html user .............................................................................2-17
dhcp server access centralized clients .............................................................2-17
dhcp server access lan ........................................................................................2-17
dhcp relay .............................................................................................................2-17
* dhcp relay circuit id .........................................................................................2-17
* dhcp relay remote id ........................................................................................2-18
dhcp relay access centralized clients................................................................2-18
dhcp relay access lan ..........................................................................................2-18
dhcp relay extend internet port .........................................................................2-18
clock ......................................................................................................................2-18
* clock auto adjust dst ........................................................................................2-19
clock timezone .....................................................................................................2-19
* clock use custom dst rules..............................................................................2-19
ntp protocol..........................................................................................................2-19
ntp server..............................................................................................................2-19
* clock custom dst begins ..................................................................................2-19
* clock custom dst begins format .....................................................................2-20
* clock custom dst ends .....................................................................................2-20
* clock custom dst ends format ........................................................................2-20
ntp server..............................................................................................................2-21
ntp server failure trap .........................................................................................2-21
config-update automatic .....................................................................................2-21
config-update operation......................................................................................2-21
config-update time...............................................................................................2-21
config-update uri..................................................................................................2-22
config-update weekday.......................................................................................2-22
snmp-server trap config-change ........................................................................2-22
snmp-server trap config-update.........................................................................2-22
logging destination ..............................................................................................2-22
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snmp-server trap syslog-severity .......................................................................2-23
snmp-server ..........................................................................................................2-23
snmp-server access port-1..................................................................................2-23
snmp-server allow ...............................................................................................2-23
snmp-server chassis-id........................................................................................2-23
snmp-server contact............................................................................................2-24
snmp-server heartbeat period............................................................................2-24
snmp-server location...........................................................................................2-24
snmp-server port..................................................................................................2-24
snmp-server readonly..........................................................................................2-24
snmp-server readwrite ........................................................................................2-25
snmp-server trap..................................................................................................2-25
snmp-server trap community .............................................................................2-25
snmp-server trap destination .............................................................................2-25
snmp-server trap heartbeat ................................................................................2-25
snmp-server trap link-state.................................................................................2-26
snmp-server trap snmp-authentication.............................................................2-26
* snmp-server version 1......................................................................................2-26
* snmp-server version 2c....................................................................................2-26
* snmp-server version 3......................................................................................2-26
snmp-server access interface vlan ....................................................................2-26
snmp-server access interface gre ......................................................................2-27
snmp-server access port-2..................................................................................2-27
snmp-server access lan .......................................................................................2-27
snmp-server access vpn ......................................................................................2-27
snmp-server trap new-satellite-detected ..........................................................2-27
snmp-server trap satellite-unreachable ............................................................2-28
* snmp-server user ..............................................................................................2-28
* snmp-server notification receiver ..................................................................2-28
soap-server ...........................................................................................................2-28
soap-server access interface vlan......................................................................2-28
soap-server access port-1 ...................................................................................2-29
soap-server access port-2 ...................................................................................2-29
soap-server allow.................................................................................................2-29
soap-server http authentication.........................................................................2-29
soap-server http authentication password .......................................................2-29
soap-server http authentication username.......................................................2-30
soap-server port ...................................................................................................2-30
soap-server ssl......................................................................................................2-30
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soap-server ssl with client certificate ...............................................................2-30
soap-server access interface gre........................................................................2-30
soap-server access lan ........................................................................................2-30
soap-server access vpn .......................................................................................2-31
snmp-server trap vpn-connection......................................................................2-31
snmp-server trap syslog-matches ......................................................................2-31
snmp-server trap syslog-matches regex ...........................................................2-31
snmp-server trap syslog-severity level..............................................................2-31
snmp-server trap network-trace ........................................................................2-31
firmware-update automatic................................................................................2-32
firmware-update start .........................................................................................2-32
firmware-update time..........................................................................................2-32
firmware-update uri ............................................................................................2-32
firmware-update weekday..................................................................................2-33
snmp-server trap firmware-update....................................................................2-33
ip name-server......................................................................................................2-33
ip name-server cache ..........................................................................................2-33
ip name-server dynamic......................................................................................2-33
ip name-server interception ...............................................................................2-34
ip name-server switch-on-servfail .....................................................................2-34
ip name-server switch-over ................................................................................2-34
ip name-server logout-info .................................................................................2-34
access controller shared secret .........................................................................2-34
radius-server profile ............................................................................................2-35
access controller..................................................................................................2-35
certificate ipsec ca...............................................................................................2-35
certificate ipsec local ..........................................................................................2-35
certificate ipsec revocation................................................................................2-35
certificate ssl ........................................................................................................2-36
session profile default.........................................................................................2-36
session profile ......................................................................................................2-36
show session profile............................................................................................2-36
remote configuration ..........................................................................................2-36
discovery protocol...............................................................................................2-36
discovery protocol device-id..............................................................................2-37
service controller ap authentication credentials.............................................2-37
service controller ap authentication enable.....................................................2-37
service controller ap authentication file...........................................................2-37
service controller ap authentication radius-server .........................................2-37
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service controller ap authentication refresh-rate............................................2-37
service controller ap authentication source file..............................................2-38
service controller ap authentication source local...........................................2-38
service controller ap authentication source radius ........................................2-38
service controller discovery...............................................................................2-38
service controller discovery interface internet-port .......................................2-38
service controller discovery interface lan-port ...............................................2-38
service controller primary..................................................................................2-39
service controller primary ip addr.....................................................................2-39
service controller priority...................................................................................2-39
service controller provisioning..........................................................................2-39
bandwidth control internet-port........................................................................2-39
bandwidth control internet-port high ...............................................................2-39
bandwidth control internet-port low ................................................................2-40
bandwidth control internet-port max-rate .......................................................2-40
bandwidth control internet-port normal ..........................................................2-41
bandwidth control internet-port very-high.......................................................2-41
ip route gateway ..................................................................................................2-41
firewall mode .......................................................................................................2-41
show user profiles ...............................................................................................2-42
show user profiles details...................................................................................2-42
user profile ...........................................................................................................2-42
renew user profile subscription.........................................................................2-42
dot1x reauth .........................................................................................................2-42
dot1x reauth period.............................................................................................2-42
dot1x reauth terminate .......................................................................................2-42
dot1x supplicant timeout....................................................................................2-43
dynamic key .........................................................................................................2-43
dynamic key interval ...........................................................................................2-43
key chain...............................................................................................................2-43
config-version.......................................................................................................2-43
radius-server accounting session ......................................................................2-43
radius-server client..............................................................................................2-44
radius-server local eap-peap ..............................................................................2-44
radius-server local eap-tls...................................................................................2-44
radius-server local eap-ttls .................................................................................2-44
radius-server local pap........................................................................................2-44
radius-server ssid detection nas-id....................................................................2-44
show radius-server ..............................................................................................2-45
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active-directory check attribute ........................................................................2-45
active-directory check user access ...................................................................2-45
active-directory device name .............................................................................2-45
active-directory domain......................................................................................2-45
active-directory group.........................................................................................2-46
active-directory group order ..............................................................................2-46
active-directory join ............................................................................................2-46
show active-directory..........................................................................................2-46
show active-directory group ..............................................................................2-46
radius-server client..............................................................................................2-46
user tracking ........................................................................................................2-46
user tracking destination....................................................................................2-47
user tracking filter ...............................................................................................2-47
user tracking port ................................................................................................2-47
persistent user information................................................................................2-47
persistent user information period....................................................................2-47
* client data tunnel security...............................................................................2-47
managed map max...............................................................................................2-47
igmp proxy............................................................................................................2-48
igmp proxy downstream interface ....................................................................2-48
igmp proxy upstream interface..........................................................................2-48
* rf-id aeroscout...................................................................................................2-48
Access Controller context.........................................................................................2-49
end .........................................................................................................................2-49
* ads presentation ...............................................................................................2-49
* ads presentation interval .................................................................................2-49
station allocate source ip address .....................................................................2-49
station allow any ip address...............................................................................2-49
station free access ...............................................................................................2-50
station http proxy support..................................................................................2-50
station idle detection...........................................................................................2-50
system accounting ...............................................................................................2-51
* remember delay ................................................................................................2-51
* remember html users .......................................................................................2-51
* worldpay installation id...................................................................................2-51
* worldpay payment response password .........................................................2-51
* worldpay payment url......................................................................................2-51
* authorize_net installation id ...........................................................................2-51
* authorize_net payment url ..............................................................................2-52
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* authorize_net transaction key ........................................................................2-52
* ads presentation with frameset ......................................................................2-52
authentication http ..............................................................................................2-52
authentication https ............................................................................................2-52
noc access internet..............................................................................................2-52
noc access vpn .....................................................................................................2-53
noc allow ..............................................................................................................2-53
noc authentication...............................................................................................2-53
secure login ..........................................................................................................2-53
* sslv2 authentication .........................................................................................2-53
noc access interface vlan....................................................................................2-54
noc access interface gre .....................................................................................2-54
ipass id ..................................................................................................................2-54
ipass name ............................................................................................................2-54
wispr abort login url............................................................................................2-54
wispr login url ......................................................................................................2-55
wispr logoff url.....................................................................................................2-55
access-list .............................................................................................................2-55
use access-list ......................................................................................................2-56
use access-list unauth .........................................................................................2-56
config file ..............................................................................................................2-56
* http proxy upstream ........................................................................................2-57
https ssl certificate ..............................................................................................2-57
mac-address .........................................................................................................2-57
fail page.................................................................................................................2-57
goodbye url...........................................................................................................2-57
ipass login url .......................................................................................................2-58
login error url .......................................................................................................2-58
login page..............................................................................................................2-58
login url .................................................................................................................2-58
logo........................................................................................................................2-58
messages...............................................................................................................2-59
noc ssl ca-certificate ...........................................................................................2-59
noc ssl certificate.................................................................................................2-59
session page .........................................................................................................2-59
transport page ......................................................................................................2-59
welcome url..........................................................................................................2-60
notify user location changes ..............................................................................2-60
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Default Session profile context ................................................................................2-61
accounting interim update .................................................................................2-61
idle timeout ..........................................................................................................2-61
maximum input octets ........................................................................................2-61
maximum input packets .....................................................................................2-61
maximum output octets......................................................................................2-62
maximum output packets...................................................................................2-62
maximum total octets .........................................................................................2-62
maximum total packets ......................................................................................2-62
nat one-to-one ......................................................................................................2-62
session timeout ....................................................................................................2-63
smtp redirection setup........................................................................................2-63
* public ip subnet ................................................................................................2-63
end .........................................................................................................................2-63
smtp redirection ..................................................................................................2-64
Session profile context ..............................................................................................2-65
end .........................................................................................................................2-65
access controlled .................................................................................................2-65
access list..............................................................................................................2-65
accounting interim update .................................................................................2-65
arp polling interval ..............................................................................................2-65
arp polling max count .........................................................................................2-66
bandwidth level....................................................................................................2-66
* egress vlan.........................................................................................................2-66
idle timeout ..........................................................................................................2-66
intercept traffic ....................................................................................................2-67
max input rate ......................................................................................................2-67
max output rate ...................................................................................................2-67
nat one-to-one ......................................................................................................2-67
session profile ......................................................................................................2-68
smtp redirection setup........................................................................................2-68
termination action ...............................................................................................2-68
user defined attribute..........................................................................................2-69
* public ip subnet ................................................................................................2-69
User Profile context...................................................................................................2-70
end .........................................................................................................................2-70
access controlled .................................................................................................2-71
access-controlled profile ....................................................................................2-71
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access-controlled virtual ap ...............................................................................2-71
active .....................................................................................................................2-71
chargeable user identity .....................................................................................2-72
control method ....................................................................................................2-72
egress vlan ............................................................................................................2-72
end time ................................................................................................................2-72
idle timeout ..........................................................................................................2-72
max user sessions................................................................................................2-72
password...............................................................................................................2-73
regular profile ......................................................................................................2-73
regular virtual ap .................................................................................................2-73
session timeout ....................................................................................................2-73
subscription plan .................................................................................................2-73
username ..............................................................................................................2-74
Internet interface context .........................................................................................2-75
end .........................................................................................................................2-75
duplex ...................................................................................................................2-75
speed .....................................................................................................................2-75
interface vlan........................................................................................................2-75
ipsec vlan interface .............................................................................................2-76
LAN interface context ...............................................................................................2-77
end .........................................................................................................................2-77
duplex ...................................................................................................................2-77
speed .....................................................................................................................2-77
interface vlan........................................................................................................2-77
ipsec vlan interface .............................................................................................2-78
WAN IP interface context..........................................................................................2-79
pppoe client user .................................................................................................2-79
ip address mode...................................................................................................2-79
ip address..............................................................................................................2-79
ip nat......................................................................................................................2-80
nat limit port range..............................................................................................2-80
nat limit port range size ......................................................................................2-80
ip address dhcp client-id.....................................................................................2-80
end .........................................................................................................................2-80
pppoe auto-reconnect .........................................................................................2-80
pppoe mru ............................................................................................................2-81
pppoe mtu.............................................................................................................2-81
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pppoe unnumbered .............................................................................................2-81
ip nat outside source static ................................................................................2-81
ip rip authentication key-chain ..........................................................................2-82
ip rip authentication mode .................................................................................2-82
ip rip authentication string.................................................................................2-82
passive-interface ..................................................................................................2-82
router rip...............................................................................................................2-82
ip address alternate .............................................................................................2-83
LAN IP interface context...........................................................................................2-84
end .........................................................................................................................2-84
ip address..............................................................................................................2-84
ip address management ......................................................................................2-84
passive-interface ..................................................................................................2-84
router rip...............................................................................................................2-84
RADIUS remote configuration context ...................................................................2-86
end .........................................................................................................................2-86
active .....................................................................................................................2-86
credentials ............................................................................................................2-86
interval ..................................................................................................................2-86
radius server profile ............................................................................................2-86
Virtual AP context ......................................................................................................2-87
virtual ap name ....................................................................................................2-87
access control ......................................................................................................2-87
force centralize data............................................................................................2-88
ingress interface ..................................................................................................2-88
egress unauthenticated.......................................................................................2-88
guest-mode ...........................................................................................................2-88
max-association ...................................................................................................2-89
ssid name ..............................................................................................................2-89
vlan ........................................................................................................................2-89
encryption key 1 ..................................................................................................2-89
encryption key format.........................................................................................2-89
transmit key..........................................................................................................2-90
authentication server access controller ...........................................................2-90
authentication server accounting......................................................................2-90
authentication server accounting radius profile .............................................2-90
authentication server radius ..............................................................................2-90
dot1x authentication ...........................................................................................2-90
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wpa-psk.................................................................................................................2-91
authentication server request radius cui ..........................................................2-91
dot1x session page ..............................................................................................2-91
wireless filters......................................................................................................2-91
wireless filters mac .............................................................................................2-92
wireless filters rule input....................................................................................2-92
wireless filters rule output .................................................................................2-92
wireless filters type .............................................................................................2-93
mac authentication accounting .........................................................................2-94
mac authentication accounting radius profile .................................................2-94
mandatory authentication ..................................................................................2-94
mac authentication radius profile .....................................................................2-94
mac authentication remote ................................................................................2-94
mac authentication request radius cui..............................................................2-94
mac authentication local ....................................................................................2-95
mac authentication..............................................................................................2-95
html authentication .............................................................................................2-95
html authentication accounting.........................................................................2-95
html authentication accounting radius profile ................................................2-95
html authentication active-directory.................................................................2-96
html authentication local....................................................................................2-96
html authentication radius .................................................................................2-96
html authentication radius profile.....................................................................2-96
html authentication request radius cui .............................................................2-96
html authentication timeout...............................................................................2-96
active .....................................................................................................................2-97
beacon dtim count...............................................................................................2-97
beacon transmit power .......................................................................................2-97
data rate ................................................................................................................2-97
public forwarding ................................................................................................2-97
access lan stations...............................................................................................2-97
fast authentication...............................................................................................2-98
layer3 mobility .....................................................................................................2-98
add ip-qos profile .................................................................................................2-98
delete ip-qos profile all........................................................................................2-98
delete ip-qos profile.............................................................................................2-98
qos .........................................................................................................................2-98
upstream diffserv tagging ...................................................................................2-99
wmm advertising ...............................................................................................2-100
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html redirection .................................................................................................2-100
local nas id..........................................................................................................2-100
bandwidth...........................................................................................................2-100
bandwidth default rates ....................................................................................2-100
bandwidth default rates maximum .................................................................2-100
radius accounting realms .................................................................................2-101
radius authentication realms ...........................................................................2-101
identify stations by ip only ...............................................................................2-101
location-aware group ........................................................................................2-101
location-aware called-station-id content ........................................................2-101
dhcp relay ...........................................................................................................2-101
dhcp relay active................................................................................................2-102
dhcp relay circuit id ..........................................................................................2-102
dhcp relay remote id .........................................................................................2-102
dhcp relay subnet ..............................................................................................2-102
dhcp server .........................................................................................................2-102
dhcp server dns..................................................................................................2-102
dhcp server gateway .........................................................................................2-103
dhcp server range ..............................................................................................2-103
dhcp server subnet ............................................................................................2-103
radius-framed-protocol-attribute.....................................................................2-103
end .......................................................................................................................2-103
security ...............................................................................................................2-103
VLAN interface context ...........................................................................................2-105
end .......................................................................................................................2-105
ip address............................................................................................................2-105
ip address mode.................................................................................................2-105
vlan name............................................................................................................2-106
ip default-gateway .............................................................................................2-106
ip nat....................................................................................................................2-106
RADIUS context .......................................................................................................2-107
end .......................................................................................................................2-107
radius-server accounting port ..........................................................................2-107
radius-server alternate hosts............................................................................2-107
radius-server authentication method ..............................................................2-107
radius-server authentication port ....................................................................2-107
radius-server deadtime .....................................................................................2-108
radius-server host ..............................................................................................2-108
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radius-server key 2 ............................................................................................2-108
radius-server message-authenticator ..............................................................2-108
radius-server name ............................................................................................2-108
radius-server nasid ............................................................................................2-109
radius-server timeout ........................................................................................2-109
radius-server timeout ........................................................................................2-109
radius-server force-nas-port-to-vlanid ............................................................2-109
radius-server realm............................................................................................2-109
radius-server realm name .................................................................................2-109
DHCP server context ...............................................................................................2-110
end .......................................................................................................................2-110
active ...................................................................................................................2-110
gateway ...............................................................................................................2-110
range....................................................................................................................2-110
permanent leases ...............................................................................................2-110
GRE interface context .............................................................................................2-111
end force .............................................................................................................2-111
gre name .............................................................................................................2-111
ip address............................................................................................................2-111
peer ip address...................................................................................................2-111
remote ip address ..............................................................................................2-111
IPsec policy context.................................................................................................2-112
end .......................................................................................................................2-112
active ...................................................................................................................2-112
authentication ....................................................................................................2-112
cipher ..................................................................................................................2-112
dns domain .........................................................................................................2-112
dns server ...........................................................................................................2-112
incoming nat.......................................................................................................2-113
incoming traffic network..................................................................................2-113
interface ..............................................................................................................2-113
local id.................................................................................................................2-113
mode....................................................................................................................2-113
outgoing traffic network...................................................................................2-113
peer id .................................................................................................................2-113
peer ip address...................................................................................................2-114
perfect forward secrecy....................................................................................2-114
preshared key.....................................................................................................2-114
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Syslog destination context ......................................................................................2-115
active ...................................................................................................................2-115
logging facility....................................................................................................2-115
logging host ........................................................................................................2-115
logging prefix .....................................................................................................2-115
name ....................................................................................................................2-115
end .......................................................................................................................2-116
level .....................................................................................................................2-116
level .....................................................................................................................2-116
matches...............................................................................................................2-116
message...............................................................................................................2-116
message...............................................................................................................2-117
process ................................................................................................................2-117
process ................................................................................................................2-117
PPTP client interface context.................................................................................2-118
active ...................................................................................................................2-118
pptp client credentials ......................................................................................2-118
pptp client domain name ..................................................................................2-118
pptp client server address ................................................................................2-118
end .......................................................................................................................2-118
ip nat....................................................................................................................2-118
pptp client auto route discovery......................................................................2-119
pptp client lcp echo ...........................................................................................2-119
passive-interface ................................................................................................2-119
router rip.............................................................................................................2-119
Keychain context......................................................................................................2-120
end .......................................................................................................................2-120
key .......................................................................................................................2-120
key chain name ..................................................................................................2-120
Keys context .............................................................................................................2-121
end .......................................................................................................................2-121
key-string ............................................................................................................2-121
Subscription plan context .......................................................................................2-122
end .......................................................................................................................2-122
daily restriction..................................................................................................2-122
end time ..............................................................................................................2-122
initial login time allocation...............................................................................2-122
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online time limit.................................................................................................2-123
online time limit.................................................................................................2-123
start time.............................................................................................................2-123
subscription plan name.....................................................................................2-123
* public ip reservation ......................................................................................2-123
* public ip subnet ..............................................................................................2-123
* SNMP user context................................................................................................2-125
* access level .....................................................................................................2-125
* end....................................................................................................................2-125
* password .........................................................................................................2-125
* security ............................................................................................................2-125
* user name ........................................................................................................2-125
* SNMP notification receiver context....................................................................2-126
* community ......................................................................................................2-126
* end....................................................................................................................2-126
* port ...................................................................................................................2-126
* receiver ............................................................................................................2-126
* user...................................................................................................................2-126
* version .............................................................................................................2-126
Active Directory Group context .............................................................................2-127
end .......................................................................................................................2-127
access controlled ...............................................................................................2-127
access-controlled profile ..................................................................................2-127
access-controlled virtual ap .............................................................................2-127
active ...................................................................................................................2-128
active-directory group name ............................................................................2-128
egress vlan ..........................................................................................................2-128
regular profile ....................................................................................................2-128
regular virtual ap ...............................................................................................2-128
Controlled Network AP context.............................................................................2-130
end .......................................................................................................................2-130
execute action....................................................................................................2-130
execute system action.......................................................................................2-130
show config factory...........................................................................................2-130
ap group ..............................................................................................................2-130
ap name...............................................................................................................2-130
config...................................................................................................................2-130
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contact ................................................................................................................2-131
location ...............................................................................................................2-131
product type .......................................................................................................2-131
Controlled Network AP Group context.................................................................2-132
execute action....................................................................................................2-132
show config factory...........................................................................................2-132
end .......................................................................................................................2-132
config...................................................................................................................2-132
group name.........................................................................................................2-132
virtual ap binding...............................................................................................2-132
Controlled Network Base Group context .............................................................2-133
execute action....................................................................................................2-133
show config factory...........................................................................................2-133
config...................................................................................................................2-133
end .......................................................................................................................2-133
Controlled Network context...................................................................................2-134
end .......................................................................................................................2-134
* interface wireless ...........................................................................................2-134
local mesh group ...............................................................................................2-134
local mesh provisioning group.........................................................................2-134
provisioning connectivity .................................................................................2-134
provisioning discovery......................................................................................2-134
radius profile ......................................................................................................2-134
* switch port ......................................................................................................2-135
syslog...................................................................................................................2-135
sensor server name ...........................................................................................2-135
sensor server id..................................................................................................2-135
sensor discovery mode .....................................................................................2-135
sensor network detector...................................................................................2-136
inherit sensor .....................................................................................................2-136
dynamic key .......................................................................................................2-136
dynamic key interval .........................................................................................2-136
dot1x reauth .......................................................................................................2-136
dot1x reauth period...........................................................................................2-137
dot1x reauth terminate .....................................................................................2-137
dot1x supplicant timeout..................................................................................2-137
inherit 8021x.......................................................................................................2-137
bridge protocol ieee ..........................................................................................2-137
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inherit untagged stp...........................................................................................2-138
bridge protocol ieee vlan ..................................................................................2-138
inherit vlan stp ...................................................................................................2-138
inherit local mesh qos .......................................................................................2-138
local mesh ip qos profile...................................................................................2-138
local mesh qos mechanism...............................................................................2-139
enable vsc services ............................................................................................2-139
inherit service availability ................................................................................2-139
inherit l3subnets ................................................................................................2-139
l3subnet...............................................................................................................2-139
* inherit switch ports ........................................................................................2-139
Virtual AP Binding context .....................................................................................2-141
dual radio binding..............................................................................................2-141
egress vlan ..........................................................................................................2-141
egress vlan ..........................................................................................................2-141
end .......................................................................................................................2-141
location aware....................................................................................................2-141
Syslog context ..........................................................................................................2-142
message...............................................................................................................2-142
message...............................................................................................................2-142
process ................................................................................................................2-142
process ................................................................................................................2-142
level .....................................................................................................................2-142
level .....................................................................................................................2-143
matches...............................................................................................................2-143
end .......................................................................................................................2-143
inherit ..................................................................................................................2-143
Provisioning connectivity context .........................................................................2-144
end .......................................................................................................................2-144
inherit ..................................................................................................................2-144
interface ..............................................................................................................2-144
interface provisioninig ......................................................................................2-144
ip assignation .....................................................................................................2-144
vlan ......................................................................................................................2-144
vlan ......................................................................................................................2-145
static ip................................................................................................................2-145
provisioning local mesh group.........................................................................2-145
provisioning local mesh key.............................................................................2-145
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provisioning local mesh port............................................................................2-145
provisioning local mesh security.....................................................................2-145
provisioning local mesh security.....................................................................2-145
provisioning local mesh type ...........................................................................2-146
country code ......................................................................................................2-146
Provisioning discovery context ..............................................................................2-147
end .......................................................................................................................2-147
dns name.............................................................................................................2-147
dns provisioning ................................................................................................2-147
inherit ..................................................................................................................2-147
dns domain name...............................................................................................2-147
dns server ...........................................................................................................2-148
discovery provisioning......................................................................................2-148
ip address............................................................................................................2-148
ip provisioning ...................................................................................................2-148
CN Wireless interface context ................................................................................2-149
dot11....................................................................................................................2-149
distance...............................................................................................................2-149
transmit power...................................................................................................2-150
multicast rate .....................................................................................................2-150
dot11 automatic frequency...............................................................................2-150
dot11 automatic frequency period ..................................................................2-150
dot11 automatic frequency time ......................................................................2-150
dot11 automatic transmit-power .....................................................................2-151
dot11 automatic transmit-power period .........................................................2-151
antenna bidirectionnal ......................................................................................2-151
antenna gain .......................................................................................................2-151
autochannel skip................................................................................................2-151
station distance..................................................................................................2-151
beacon interval ..................................................................................................2-152
rts threshold .......................................................................................................2-152
dot11 mode .........................................................................................................2-152
radio active .........................................................................................................2-152
spectralink view.................................................................................................2-153
dot11n guard interval ........................................................................................2-153
dot11n channel width........................................................................................2-153
dot11n channel extension.................................................................................2-153
dot11n multicast rate ........................................................................................2-153
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end .......................................................................................................................2-153
inherit ..................................................................................................................2-153
RADIUS Profile context ..........................................................................................2-155
end .......................................................................................................................2-155
inherit ..................................................................................................................2-155
radius nas id .......................................................................................................2-155
Local mesh profile context .....................................................................................2-156
security ...............................................................................................................2-156
security mode.....................................................................................................2-156
security psk ........................................................................................................2-156
security wep .......................................................................................................2-156
dynamic mode....................................................................................................2-156
mesh id................................................................................................................2-157
allowed downtime .............................................................................................2-157
minimum snr ......................................................................................................2-157
snr cost per hop .................................................................................................2-157
initial discovery time.........................................................................................2-157
active ...................................................................................................................2-157
end .......................................................................................................................2-157
inherit ..................................................................................................................2-158
name ....................................................................................................................2-158
radio active .........................................................................................................2-158
Local mesh provisioning profile context...............................................................2-159
accept connection .............................................................................................2-159
end .......................................................................................................................2-159
inherit ..................................................................................................................2-159
multiple radio .....................................................................................................2-159
* Switch port context...............................................................................................2-160
* end....................................................................................................................2-160
* active................................................................................................................2-160
* authentication profile vsc..............................................................................2-160
* authentication server radius .........................................................................2-160
* dot1x authentication......................................................................................2-160
* dynamic vlan ...................................................................................................2-161
* egress rate .......................................................................................................2-161
* force flow control...........................................................................................2-161
* ingress rate ......................................................................................................2-161
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* ingress traffic type..........................................................................................2-161
* mac authentication.........................................................................................2-162
* mac filter list ...................................................................................................2-162
* port name ........................................................................................................2-162
* port type ..........................................................................................................2-162
* power over ethernet.......................................................................................2-162
* priority .............................................................................................................2-162
* priority lookup................................................................................................2-163
* quarantine vlan ...............................................................................................2-163
* vlan ...................................................................................................................2-163
* List of MAC addresses context ............................................................................2-164
* end....................................................................................................................2-164
* entry .................................................................................................................2-164
* list name ..........................................................................................................2-164
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Alphabetical list of commands
In this alphabetical list, new to 5.3.x commands are preceded
by an asterisk “*” and formatted in green like this:
* command 2-xxx
accept connection 2-159
access control 2-87
access controlled 2-127
access controlled 2-65
access controlled 2-71
access controller 2-35
access controller shared secret 2-34
access lan stations 2-97
* access level 2-125
access list 2-65
access-controlled profile 2-127
access-controlled profile 2-71
access-controlled virtual ap 2-127
access-controlled virtual ap 2-71
access-list 2-55
accounting interim update 2-61
accounting interim update 2-65
active 2-110
active 2-112
active 2-115
active 2-118
active 2-128
active 2-157
* active 2-160
active 2-71
active 2-86
active 2-97
active-directory check attribute 2-45
active-directory check user access 2-45
active-directory device name 2-45
active-directory domain 2-45
active-directory group 2-46
active-directory group name 2-128
active-directory group order 2-46
active-directory join 2-46
add ip-qos profile 2-98
* admin local authentication 2-12
* admin radius authentication 2-12
* admin radius authentication server 2-12
* ads presentation 2-49
* ads presentation interval 2-49
* ads presentation with frameset 2-52
allowed downtime 2-157
antenna bidirectionnal 2-151
antenna gain 2-151
ap group 2-130
ap name 2-130
arp 2-5
arp polling interval 2-65
arp polling max count 2-66
arping 2-2
arping 2-5
authentication 2-112
authentication http 2-52
authentication https 2-52
* authentication profile vsc 2-160
authentication server access controller 2-90
authentication server accounting 2-90
authentication server accounting radius profile 2-90
* authentication server radius 2-160
authentication server radius 2-90
authentication server request radius cui 2-91
* authorize_net installation id 2-51
* authorize_net payment url 2-52
* authorize_net transaction key 2-52
autochannel skip 2-151
bandwidth 2-100
bandwidth control internet-port 2-39
bandwidth control internet-port high 2-39
bandwidth control internet-port low 2-40
bandwidth control internet-port max-rate 2-40
bandwidth control internet-port normal 2-41
bandwidth control internet-port very-high 2-41
bandwidth default rates 2-100
bandwidth default rates maximum 2-100
bandwidth level 2-66
beacon dtim count 2-97
beacon interval 2-152
beacon transmit power 2-97
bridge protocol ieee 2-137
bridge protocol ieee vlan 2-138
certificate 2-9
certificate binding 2-9
certificate ipsec ca 2-35
certificate ipsec local 2-35
certificate ipsec revocation 2-35
certificate revocation 2-9
certificate ssl 2-36
chargeable user identity 2-72
cipher 2-112
* client data tunnel security 2-47
clock 2-18
* clock auto adjust dst 2-19
* clock custom dst begins 2-19
* clock custom dst begins format 2-20
* clock custom dst ends 2-20
* clock custom dst ends format 2-20
clock timezone 2-19
* clock use custom dst rules 2-19
* community 2-126
config 2-130
config 2-132
config 2-133
config 2-7
config file 2-56
config-update automatic 2-21
config-update operation 2-21
config-update time 2-21
config-update uri 2-22
config-update weekday 2-22
config-version 2-43
contact 2-131
control method 2-72
controlled network 2-8
country code 2-146
credentials 2-86
daily restriction 2-122
data rate 2-97
delete ip-qos profile 2-98
delete ip-qos profile all 2-98
dhcp mode 2-16
* dhcp public ip default lease period 2-9
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* dhcp public ip subnet 2-9
dhcp relay 2-101
dhcp relay 2-17
dhcp relay access centralized clients 2-18
dhcp relay access lan 2-18
dhcp relay active 2-102
dhcp relay circuit id 2-102
* dhcp relay circuit id 2-17
dhcp relay extend internet port 2-18
dhcp relay remote id 2-102
* dhcp relay remote id 2-18
dhcp relay subnet 2-102
dhcp server 2-102
dhcp server 2-16
dhcp server access centralized clients 2-17
dhcp server access lan 2-17
dhcp server controller 2-16
dhcp server controller discovery 2-16
dhcp server default domain name 2-16
dhcp server default lease period 2-16
dhcp server default permanent lease period 2-16
dhcp server dns 2-102
dhcp server gateway 2-103
dhcp server logout html user 2-17
dhcp server range 2-103
dhcp server subnet 2-103
discovery protocol 2-36
discovery protocol device-id 2-37
discovery provisioning 2-148
distance 2-149
dns domain 2-112
dns domain name 2-147
dns name 2-147
dns provisioning 2-147
dns server 2-112
dns server 2-148
dot11 2-149
dot11 automatic frequency 2-150
dot11 automatic frequency period 2-150
dot11 automatic frequency time 2-150
dot11 automatic transmit-power 2-151
dot11 automatic transmit-power period 2-151
dot11 mode 2-152
dot11n channel extension 2-153
dot11n channel width 2-153
dot11n guard interval 2-153
dot11n multicast rate 2-153
* dot1x authentication 2-160
dot1x authentication 2-90
dot1x reauth 2-136
dot1x reauth 2-42
dot1x reauth period 2-137
dot1x reauth period 2-42
dot1x reauth terminate 2-137
dot1x reauth terminate 2-42
dot1x session page 2-91
dot1x supplicant timeout 2-137
dot1x supplicant timeout 2-43
dual radio binding 2-141
duplex 2-75
duplex 2-77
dynamic key 2-136
dynamic key 2-43
dynamic key interval 2-136
dynamic key interval 2-43
dynamic mode 2-156
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* dynamic vlan 2-161
* egress rate 2-161
egress unauthenticated 2-88
egress vlan 2-128
egress vlan 2-141
egress vlan 2-141
* egress vlan 2-66
egress vlan 2-72
enable 2-2
enable vsc services 2-139
encryption key 1 2-89
encryption key format 2-89
end force 2-111
end time 2-122
end time 2-72
* entry 2-164
execute action 2-130
execute action 2-132
execute action 2-133
execute system action 2-130
factory settings 2-10
fail page 2-57
fast authentication 2-98
firewall mode 2-41
firmware-update automatic 2-32
firmware-update start 2-32
firmware-update time 2-32
firmware-update uri 2-32
firmware-update weekday 2-33
force centralize data 2-88
* force flow control 2-161
gateway 2-110
goodbye url 2-57
gre name 2-111
group name 2-132
guest-mode 2-88
html authentication 2-95
html authentication accounting 2-95
html authentication accounting radius profile 2-95
html authentication active-directory 2-96
html authentication local 2-96
html authentication radius 2-96
html authentication radius profile 2-96
html authentication request radius cui 2-96
html authentication timeout 2-96
html redirection 2-100
* http proxy upstream 2-57
https ssl certificate 2-57
identify stations by ip only 2-101
idle timeout 2-61
idle timeout 2-66
idle timeout 2-72
igmp proxy 2-48
igmp proxy downstream interface 2-48
igmp proxy upstream interface 2-48
incoming nat 2-113
incoming traffic network 2-113
ingress interface 2-88
* ingress rate 2-161
* ingress traffic type 2-161
inherit 2-143
inherit 2-144
inherit 2-147
inherit 2-153
inherit 2-155
inherit 2-158
inherit 2-159
inherit 8021x 2-137
inherit l3subnets 2-139
inherit local mesh qos 2-138
inherit sensor 2-136
inherit service availability 2-139
* inherit switch ports 2-139
inherit untagged stp 2-138
inherit vlan stp 2-138
initial discovery time 2-157
initial login time allocation 2-122
intercept traffic 2-67
interface 2-113
interface 2-144
interface ethernet 2-10
interface gre 2-11
interface ip 2-11
interface pptp client-default 2-11
interface provisioninig 2-144
interface vlan 2-75
interface vlan 2-77
* interface wireless 2-134
interval 2-86
ip address 2-105
ip address 2-111
ip address 2-148
ip address 2-79
ip address 2-84
ip address alternate 2-83
ip address dhcp client-id 2-80
ip address management 2-84
ip address mode 2-105
ip address mode 2-79
ip assignation 2-144
ip default-gateway 2-106
ip http port 2-13
ip https port 2-13
ip name-server 2-33
ip name-server cache 2-33
ip name-server dynamic 2-33
ip name-server interception 2-34
ip name-server logout-info 2-34
ip name-server switch-on-servfail 2-34
ip name-server switch-over 2-34
ip nat 2-106
ip nat 2-118
ip nat 2-80
ip nat outside source static 2-81
ip provisioning 2-148
ip rip authentication key-chain 2-82
ip rip authentication mode 2-82
ip rip authentication string 2-82
ip route gateway 2-41
ipass id 2-54
ipass login url 2-58
ipass name 2-54
iperf 2-2
iperf 2-4
ipsec policy 2-12
ipsec vlan interface 2-76
ipsec vlan interface 2-78
key 2-120
key chain 2-43
key chain name 2-120
key-string 2-121
l3subnet 2-139
layer3 mobility 2-98
level 2-116
level 2-116
level 2-142
level 2-143
* list name 2-164
local id 2-113
local mesh group 2-134
local mesh ip qos profile 2-138
local mesh provisioning group 2-134
local mesh qos mechanism 2-139
local nas id 2-100
location 2-131
location aware 2-141
location-aware called-station-id content 2-101
location-aware group 2-101
logging destination 2-22
logging facility 2-115
logging host 2-115
logging prefix 2-115
login error url 2-58
login page 2-58
login url 2-58
logo 2-58
* mac authentication 2-162
mac authentication 2-95
mac authentication accounting 2-94
mac authentication accounting radius profile 2-94
mac authentication local 2-95
mac authentication radius profile 2-94
mac authentication remote 2-94
mac authentication request radius cui 2-94
* mac filter list 2-162
* mac list 2-12
mac-address 2-57
managed map max 2-47
mandatory authentication 2-94
matches 2-116
matches 2-143
max input rate 2-67
max output rate 2-67
max user sessions 2-72
max-association 2-89
maximum input octets 2-61
maximum input packets 2-61
maximum output octets 2-62
maximum output packets 2-62
maximum total octets 2-62
maximum total packets 2-62
mesh id 2-157
message 2-116
message 2-117
message 2-142
message 2-142
messages 2-59
minimum snr 2-157
mode 2-113
multicast rate 2-150
multiple radio 2-159
name 2-115
name 2-158
nat limit port range 2-80
nat limit port range size 2-80
nat one-to-one 2-62
nat one-to-one 2-67
noc access interface gre 2-54
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noc access interface vlan 2-54
noc access internet 2-52
noc access vpn 2-53
noc allow 2-53
noc authentication 2-53
noc ssl ca-certificate 2-59
noc ssl certificate 2-59
notify user location changes 2-60
nslookup 2-2
ntp protocol 2-19
ntp server 2-19
ntp server 2-21
ntp server failure trap 2-21
online time limit 2-123
online time limit 2-123
outgoing traffic network 2-113
passive-interface 2-119
passive-interface 2-82
passive-interface 2-84
* password 2-125
password 2-73
peer id 2-113
peer ip address 2-111
peer ip address 2-114
perfect forward secrecy 2-114
permanent leases 2-110
persistent user information 2-47
persistent user information period 2-47
ping 2-2
ping 2-4
* port 2-126
* port name 2-162
* port type 2-162
* power over ethernet 2-162
pppoe auto-reconnect 2-80
pppoe client user 2-79
pppoe mru 2-81
pppoe mtu 2-81
pppoe unnumbered 2-81
pptp client auto route discovery 2-119
pptp client credentials 2-118
pptp client domain name 2-118
pptp client lcp echo 2-119
pptp client server address 2-118
preshared key 2-114
* priority 2-162
* priority lookup 2-163
process 2-117
process 2-117
process 2-142
process 2-142
product type 2-131
provisioning connectivity 2-134
provisioning discovery 2-134
provisioning local mesh group 2-145
provisioning local mesh key 2-145
provisioning local mesh port 2-145
provisioning local mesh security 2-145
provisioning local mesh security 2-145
provisioning local mesh type 2-146
ps 2-3
public forwarding 2-97
* public ip reservation 2-123
* public ip subnet 2-123
* public ip subnet 2-63
* public ip subnet 2-69
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qos 2-98
* quarantine vlan 2-163
quit 2-3
quit 2-5
radio active 2-152
radio active 2-158
radius accounting realms 2-101
radius authentication realms 2-101
radius nas id 2-155
radius profile 2-134
radius server profile 2-86
radius-framed-protocol-attribute 2-103
radius-server accounting port 2-107
radius-server accounting session 2-43
radius-server alternate hosts 2-107
radius-server authentication method 2-107
radius-server authentication port 2-107
radius-server client 2-44
radius-server client 2-46
radius-server deadtime 2-108
radius-server force-nas-port-to-vlanid 2-109
radius-server host 2-108
radius-server key 2 2-108
radius-server local eap-peap 2-44
radius-server local eap-tls 2-44
radius-server local eap-ttls 2-44
radius-server local pap 2-44
radius-server message-authenticator 2-108
radius-server name 2-108
radius-server nasid 2-109
radius-server profile 2-35
radius-server realm 2-109
radius-server realm name 2-109
radius-server ssid detection nas-id 2-44
radius-server timeout 2-109
radius-server timeout 2-109
range 2-110
rcapture 2-5
reboot device 2-10
reboot device 2-4
* receiver 2-126
regular profile 2-128
regular profile 2-73
regular virtual ap 2-128
regular virtual ap 2-73
* remember delay 2-51
* remember html users 2-51
remote configuration 2-36
remote ip address 2-111
renew user profile subscription 2-42
* rf-id aeroscout 2-48
router rip 2-119
router rip 2-82
router rip 2-84
rts threshold 2-152
secure login 2-53
security 2-103
* security 2-125
security 2-156
security mode 2-156
security psk 2-156
security wep 2-156
sensor discovery mode 2-135
sensor network detector 2-136
sensor server id 2-135
sensor server name 2-135
service controller ap authentication credentials 2-37
service controller ap authentication enable 2-37
service controller ap authentication file 2-37
service controller ap authentication radius-server 2-37
service controller ap authentication refresh-rate 2-37
service controller ap authentication source file 2-38
service controller ap authentication source local 2-38
service controller ap authentication source radius 2-38
service controller discovery 2-38
service controller discovery interface internet-port 2-38
service controller discovery interface lan-port 2-38
service controller primary 2-39
service controller primary ip addr 2-39
service controller priority 2-39
service controller provisioning 2-39
session page 2-59
session profile 2-36
session profile 2-68
session profile default 2-36
session timeout 2-63
session timeout 2-73
show active-directory 2-46
show active-directory group 2-46
show all config 2-7
show arp 2-5
show bridge 2-5
show bridge forwarding 2-6
show certificate 2-10
show certificate 2-4
show certificate binding 2-10
show certificate binding 2-4
show client log 2-7
show config factory 2-10
show config factory 2-130
show config factory 2-132
show config factory 2-133
show controlled network config 2-8
show discrete pin 2-7
show dns cache 2-6
show interfaces 2-6
* show ip 2-6
show ip dhcp database 2-6
show ip route 2-6
show license 2-3
show logging filtered 2-3
* show mac list 2-12
show radius statistics 2-7
show radius users 2-7
show radius-server 2-45
show satellites 2-6
show session profile 2-36
show subscription plan 2-11
show system info 2-6
show user profiles 2-42
show user profiles details 2-42
show users 2-7
* show web content 2-7
smtp redirection 2-64
smtp redirection setup 2-63
smtp redirection setup 2-68
snmp-server 2-23
snmp-server access interface gre 2-27
snmp-server access interface vlan 2-26
snmp-server access lan 2-27
snmp-server access port-1 2-23
snmp-server access port-2 2-27
snmp-server access vpn 2-27
snmp-server allow 2-23
snmp-server chassis-id 2-23
snmp-server contact 2-24
snmp-server heartbeat period 2-24
snmp-server location 2-24
* snmp-server notification receiver 2-28
snmp-server port 2-24
snmp-server readonly 2-24
snmp-server readwrite 2-25
snmp-server trap 2-25
snmp-server trap certificate-expired 2-13
snmp-server trap certificate-expires-soon 2-13
snmp-server trap community 2-25
snmp-server trap config-change 2-22
snmp-server trap config-update 2-22
snmp-server trap destination 2-25
snmp-server trap firmware-update 2-33
snmp-server trap heartbeat 2-25
snmp-server trap link-state 2-26
snmp-server trap network-trace 2-31
snmp-server trap new-satellite-detected 2-27
snmp-server trap satellite-unreachable 2-28
snmp-server trap snmp-authentication 2-26
snmp-server trap syslog-matches 2-31
snmp-server trap syslog-matches regex 2-31
snmp-server trap syslog-severity 2-23
snmp-server trap syslog-severity level 2-31
snmp-server trap vpn-connection 2-31
snmp-server trap web-fail 2-13
snmp-server trap web-login 2-14
snmp-server trap web-logout 2-14
* snmp-server user 2-28
* snmp-server version 1 2-26
* snmp-server version 2c 2-26
* snmp-server version 3 2-26
snr cost per hop 2-157
soap-server 2-28
soap-server access interface gre 2-30
soap-server access interface vlan 2-28
soap-server access lan 2-30
soap-server access port-1 2-29
soap-server access port-2 2-29
soap-server access vpn 2-31
soap-server allow 2-29
soap-server http authentication 2-29
soap-server http authentication password 2-29
soap-server http authentication username 2-30
soap-server port 2-30
soap-server ssl 2-30
soap-server ssl with client certificate 2-30
spectralink view 2-153
speed 2-75
speed 2-77
ssid name 2-89
* sslv2 authentication 2-53
start time 2-123
static ip 2-145
station allocate source ip address 2-49
station allow any ip address 2-49
station distance 2-151
station free access 2-50
station http proxy support 2-50
station idle detection 2-50
subscription plan 2-11
subscription plan 2-73
xxix
subscription plan name 2-123
* switch port 2-135
syslog 2-135
system accounting 2-51
termination action 2-68
top 2-3
traceroute 2-3
transmit key 2-90
transmit power 2-150
transport page 2-59
upstream diffserv tagging 2-99
use access-list 2-56
use access-list unauth 2-56
* user 2-126
user defined attribute 2-69
* user name 2-125
user profile 2-42
user tracking 2-46
user tracking destination 2-47
user tracking filter 2-47
user tracking port 2-47
username 2-10
username 2-74
* version 2-126
virtual ap 2-11
virtual ap binding 2-132
virtual ap name 2-87
vlan 2-144
vlan 2-145
* vlan 2-163
vlan 2-89
vlan name 2-106
web access interface gre 2-15
web access interface vlan 2-15
web access internet-port 2-15
web access lan 2-15
web access lan-port 2-15
web access vpn 2-15
web admin kickout 2-14
web allow 2-14
welcome url 2-60
wireless filters 2-91
wireless filters mac 2-92
wireless filters rule input 2-92
wireless filters rule output 2-92
wireless filters type 2-93
wispr abort login url 2-54
wispr login url 2-55
wispr logoff url 2-55
wmm advertising 2-100
world-mode dot11 country code 2-14
* worldpay installation id 2-51
* worldpay payment response password 2-51
* worldpay payment url 2-51
wpa-psk 2-91
xxx
Chapter 1: Introduction
1
Introduction
Contents
About this guide ...........................................................................................................1-2
Products covered...................................................................................................1-2
HP ProCurve Product Naming .............................................................................1-2
Important terms .....................................................................................................1-3
Typographical conventions ..................................................................................1-3
HP ProCurve Networking support .............................................................................1-4
Online documentation .................................................................................................1-5
Configuring CLI support..............................................................................................1-5
SSH client support.................................................................................................1-6
Entering strings ............................................................................................................1-6
Context hierarchy ........................................................................................................1-7
Sample CLI session ......................................................................................................1-8
File transfer...................................................................................................................1-8
Introduction
About this guide
About this guide
This guide explains how to work with the Command Line Interface (CLI) on HP ProCurve
Networking MSM7xx Controllers.
Products covered
This guide covers the following products:
Model
Part
MSM710 Access Controller
J9328A
MSM710 Mobility Controller
J9325A
MSM730 Access Controller
J9329A
MSM730 Mobility Controller
J9326A
MSM750 Access Controller
J9330A
MSM750 Mobility Controller
J9327A
MSM760 Access Controller
J9420A
MSM760 Mobility Controller
J9421A
MSM765 Mobility Controller
J9370A
HP ProCurve Product Naming
As of October 1st, 2008, Colubris Networks was acquired by HP ProCurve. HP ProCurve has
begun integrating the Colubris product line into the HP ProCurve Networking product
portfolio (www.procurve.com/news/colubris-10-01-08.htm).
In the online help and this manual, Colubris product names have been changed to their
equivalent HP ProCurve product names.
Note
SOAP and SNMP MIBs retain the Colubris naming so you do not need to change your existing
SOAP and MIB usage.
The Colubris Networks product names and their corresponding new HP ProCurve product
names are as follows:
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Colubris name
HP ProCurve name
MSC-5100 MultiService Controller
MSM710 Controller
MSC-5200 MultiService Controller
MSM730 Controller
MSC-5500 MultiService Controller
MSM750 Controller
MAP-320 MultiService Access Point
MSM310 Access Point
Introduction
About this guide
Colubris name
HP ProCurve name
MAP-320R MultiService Access Point
MSM310-R Access Point
MAP-330 MultiService Access Point
MSM320 Access Point
MAP-330R MultiService Access Point
MSM320-R Access Point
MAP-330 AP+Sensor MultiService Access Point
MSM325 Access Point with Sensor
MAP-625 MultiService Access Point
MSM422 Access Point
MAP-630 AP+Sensor MultiService Access Point
MSM335 Access Point with Sensor
WCB-200 Wireless Client Bridge
M111 Client Bridge
Visitor Management Tool
Guest Management Software
RF Manager 1500 Enterprise
RF Manager 100 IDS/IPS system
RF Manager 1300 Basic
RF Manager 50 IDS/IPS system
RF Planner
RF Planner
Important terms
The following terms are used in this guide.
Term
Description
AP
Refers to any HP ProCurve Networking MSM3xx or MSM4xx
Access Point.
service controller
Refers to any HP ProCurve Networking MSM7xx Controller,
including both Access Controller and Mobility Controller
variants.
VSC, Virtual ap, VAP
These terms are used interchangeably to refer to VSC (Virtual
Service Community).
Typographical conventions
Command syntax
Command syntax is formatted in a monospaced font as follows:
Example
Description
web admin kickout
Items in plain text must be entered as shown.
ip http port <number>
Items in italics and enclosed in < > are parameters for
which you must supply a value. In this example, you
must supply a value for <number>.
1-3
Introduction
HP ProCurve Networking support
Example
Description
end [force]
Items enclosed in square brackets are optional. You
can either include them or not. Do not include the
brackets. In this example you can either include
“force” or omit it.
firewall mode (high|low|none)
Items enclosed in parenthesis and separated by a
vertical line indicate a choice. Specify only one of the
items. In this example, you must specify ’high’, ’low’, or
’none’.
Management tool
When referring to the management tool interface, the Main menu name is presented first
followed by a right angle-bracket and then the sub-menu name, as in Network > Ports.
Double angle brackets >> separate elements that appear in the Network Tree from main
menu and sub-menu references, as in Service Controller >> Status.
HP ProCurve Networking support
HP ProCurve Networking offers support 24 hours a day, seven days a week through a number
of automated electronic services. See the Customer Support/Warranty booklet included with
your product.
The HP ProCurve Networking Web site, www.procurve.com/customercare provides up-to­
date support information.
Additionally, your HP-authorized network reseller can provide you with assistance, both with
services that they offer and with services offered by HP.
Before contacting support
To make the support process most efficient, before calling your networking dealer or HP
Support, you first should collect the following information:
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Collect this information
Where to find it
Product identification.
On the rear of the product.
Software version.
The service controller management tool
Login page.
Network topology map, including the
addresses assigned to all relevant devices.
Your network administrator.
Introduction
Online documentation
Online documentation
For the latest documentation, visit the HP ProCurve Networking manuals Web page at:
www.procurve.com/manuals.
Configuring CLI support
Using the service controller management tool, open the CLI configuration page. Select
Service controller >> Management > CLI.
Use this page to enable/disable CLI support via an SSH or serial connection. A maximum of
three concurrent CLI sessions are supported regardless of the connection type.
The CLI supports SSH on the standard TCP port (22).
Connectivity and login credentials for SSH connections use the same settings as defined for
the management tool manager on the Service Controller >> Management > Management
tool page.
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Introduction
Entering strings
Note
„
SSH connections to the CLI can be made on any active interface. Support for each
interface must be explicitly enabled under Security.
„
The login credentials for SSH connections are the same as those defined under Manager
account. By default, both username and password are set to admin.
SSH logins always use the local manager username and password, even if Administrative
user authentication is set to use a RADIUS server. (The Administrative user
authentication option is not available on all models.)
SSH client support
The following SSH clients have been tested with the CLI. Others may work as well:
„
OpenSSH
„
Tectia
„
SecureCRT
„
Putty
Entering strings
When entering a value that contains spaces, you must enclose it in quotation marks. For
example, if the command syntax is:
ssid <name>
You must specify one of the following:
ssid ANameWithNoSpaces
ssid "A name with spaces"
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Introduction
Context hierarchy
Context hierarchy
CLI commands are grouped into functional contexts. The following table show the context
hierarchy and the command used to switch from the parent context:
Context hierarchy
Command to switch from parent context
View context
(This is the first context. No command is needed.)
Enable context
enable
Config context
config
WAN IP interface context
interface ip wan
LAN IP interface context
interface ip lan
Internet interface context
interface ethernet port-2
VLAN interface context
interface vlan <id>[-<id2>]
LAN interface context
interface ethernet port-1
VLAN interface context
interface vlan <id>[-<id2>]
PPTP client interface
interface pptp client-default
GRE interface context
interface gre <name>
Virtual AP context
virtual ap <name>
Subscription plan
subscription plan <name>
List of MAC addresses context
mac list <name>
IPsec policy context
ipsec policy <name>
DHCP server context
dhcp server lan
Syslog destination context
logging destination <name>
SNMP user context
snmp-server user <name>
SNMP notification receiver context
snmp-server notification receiver <host>
RADIUS context
radius-server profile <name>
Access Controller context
access controller
Default Session profile context
session profile default
Session profile context
session profile <name>
RADIUS remote configuration context
remote configuration radius
User Profile context
user profile <name>
Keychain context
key chain <name>
Keys context
key <number>
Active Directory Group context
active-directory group <name>
Controlled Network AP context
controlled network (ap <name> [<mac>]
Controlled Network context
config
CN Wireless interface context
interface wireless (single|dual|triple) <number>
RADIUS Profile context
radius profile <profile>
Local mesh profile context
local mesh group <group>
Local mesh provisioning profile context local mesh provisioning group
Provisioning connectivity context
provisioning connectivity
Provisioning discovery context
provisioning discovery
Syslog context
syslog
Switch port context
switch port <name>
Controlled Network AP Group context
controlled network (group <name> [<mac>]
Virtual AP Binding context
virtual ap binding <profile>
Controlled Network context
config
CN Wireless interface context
interface wireless (single|dual|triple) <number>
RADIUS Profile context
radius profile <profile>
Local mesh profile context
local mesh group <group>
Local mesh provisioning profile context local mesh provisioning group
Provisioning connectivity context
provisioning connectivity
Provisioning discovery context
provisioning discovery
Syslog context
syslog
Switch port context
switch port <name>
Controlled Network Base Group context
controlled network base
Controlled Network context
config
CN Wireless interface context
interface wireless (single|dual|triple) <number>
RADIUS Profile context
radius profile <profile>
Local mesh profile context
local mesh group <group>
Local mesh provisioning profile context local mesh provisioning group
Provisioning connectivity context
provisioning connectivity
Provisioning discovery context
provisioning discovery
Syslog context
syslog
Switch port context
switch port <name>
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Introduction
Sample CLI session
Sample CLI session
This sample CLI session shows you how to set the WAN port to use a static IP address,
disable NAT, and add an alternate IP address. (The CLI prompt is shown in bold.)
CLI> enable
CLI# config
CLI(config)# interface ip wan
CLI(config-if-ip)# ip address 192.168.66.1/24
CLI(config-if-ip)# ip address mode static
CLI(config-if-ip)# no ip nat
CLI(config-if-ip)# ip address alternate 192.168.23.56
CLI(config-if-ip)# end
CLI(config)# end
CLI# quit
File transfer
In some cases you may need to transfer files (certificates or configuration) to the service
controller. Commands that have this capability typically include <uri> or <url> in their
parameter list.
Note
When you enter the commands discussed here, the files are transferred immediately.
File transfer can be performed in two ways.
A. The service controller gets the file using a URL
Transfer a certificate file using ftp. For example:
certificate ipsec ca ftp://ftp.example.com/certificate/my-root-certificate.pem B. Send a file to the service controller
Using SFTP (available with OpenSSH or SSH), authenticate with the CLI credentials. Then
send the file to the service controller. For example:
sftp msm710.mycompany.com
>login: admin
>password: ****
>put my-root-certificate.pem
file transferred (1k)
>quit
In the CLI, use the local://<filename> parameter in the URL. Replace <filename> with the
filename you used to transfer using SFTP. For example:
CLI(config)# certificate ipsec ca local://my-root-certificate.pem
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Chapter 2: CLI commands
2
CLI commands
CLI commands
View context
Path: View
This is the root of the command tree.
arping
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
arping [ -AbDfhqUV] [ -c <count>] [ -w <deadline>] [ -s <source>] -I <interface>
<destination>
Pings a destination on a device interface using ARP packets.
enable
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
enable Switches to the enable context.
iperf
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
iperf -c host [-t time] Runs a performance throughput test.
Parameters
<-c host>
The IP address or DNS name of the iperf server to connect to.
<-t length>
Length of the throughput test in seconds.
nslookup
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
nslookup [ -option authentication ] [ <host-to-find> | - [< server> ]]
Queries DNS servers for information on hosts or domains.
ping
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ping <host> [-c <count>] [-s <length>] [-q] Determines if the specified remote IP address is active.
Parameters
2-2
<-c host>
The IP address or DNS name of the host to ping.
<-c count>
Number of pings.
<-s length>
Length of the ping datagram.
<-q>
Quiet mode. No output.
CLI commands
ps
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ps
Displays all running processes.
quit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
quit
Quits the CLI.
show license
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show license (eula | gpl | other)
Displays license information.
show logging filtered
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show logging [filtered]
Displays the system log.
top
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
top
Displays all running processes.
traceroute
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
traceroute [-n] [-r] [-v] [-m <max_ttl>] [-p <port#>] [-q <nqueries>] [-s <src_addr>] [-t <tos>] [-w <wait>] <host> [<data size>] Show the hosts that are traversed to reach the specified IP address.
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CLI commands
Enable context
Path: View > Enable
This context provides access to various utilities.
reboot device
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
reboot device Restarts the system.
show certificate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show certificate Display current certificates.
show certificate binding
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show certificate binding Display how the certificates are used.
iperf
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
iperf -c host [-t time] Runs a performance throughput test.
Parameters
<-c host>
The IP address or DNS name of the iperf server to connect to.
<-t length>
Length of the throughput test in seconds.
ping
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ping <host> [-c <count>] [-s <length>] [-q] Determines if the specified remote IP address is active.
Parameters
2-4
<-c host>
The IP address or DNS name of the host to ping.
<-c count>
Number of pings.
<-s length>
Length of the ping datagram.
<-q>
Quiet mode. No output.
CLI commands
arping
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
arping [ -AbDfhqUV] [ -c <count>] [ -w <deadline>] [ -s <source>] -I <interface>
<destination>
Pings a destination on a device interface using ARP packets.
arp
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
arp [-evn] [-H <type>] [-i if] ?- [<hostname>] arp [-v] [-i if] -d <hostname>
[pub] arp [-v] [-H <type>] [-i if] -s <hostname> <hw_addr> [temp] arp [-v] [-H <type>] [-i if] -s <hostname> <hw_addr> [<netmask> <nm>] <pub> arp [-v] [-H <type>] [-i if] -Ds <hostname> ifa [<netmask> <nm>] <pub>
Displays and modifies the Internet-to-Ethernet address translation tables used by the address
resolution protocol.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
quit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
quit Exit the enable context.
rcapture
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
rcapture [<a>] [<b>] [<c>] [<d>] [<e>] [<f>] [<g>] [<h>] Sends port capture to an FTP server.
Refer to Linux documentation for a complete description of this command and its options.
show arp
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show arp
Show the ARP table.
show bridge
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show bridge
Show bridge information.
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CLI commands
show bridge forwarding
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show bridge forwarding Show bridge forwarding information.
show dns cache
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show dns cache [<serial>] Show DNS cache entries. Specify a serial number to display detailed information.
show interfaces
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show interfaces Show networking interfaces.
show ip
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show ip Show all IP addresses, mask, MTU, and MAC addresses.
show ip route
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show ip route
Show all IP routes.
show system info
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show system info
Show basic system information.
show ip dhcp database
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show ip dhcp database
Show the DHCP server lease database.
show satellites
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show satellites [<deviceid>]
Show current satellites of this access point.
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CLI commands
show web content
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show web content Show all files inside the access points detected nearby.
show client log
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show client log [<macaddr>] Display client station log. Enter the MAC address to display more details for a specific client
station.
show radius statistics
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show radius statistics Show RADIUS server statistics.
show radius users
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show radius users [<filter>]
Show users that are using RADIUS accounting.
show users
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show users [<filter>]
Show all users of this service controller.
show discrete pin
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show discrete pin
Display the state of the discrete pin.
config
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config
Switches to the config context.
show all config
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show all config
Print all configuration that applies to this device.
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CLI commands
controlled network
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
controlled network (ap | group | base) [<name>] [<mac>] Create/use the controlled network entity.
show controlled network config
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show controlled network config Print configuration for all Controlled Network entities.
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CLI commands
Config context
Path: View > Enable > Config
This is the root context for all configuration commands.
dhcp public ip default lease period
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp public ip default lease period <number>
Sets the default lease time for the DHCP public IP subnet pool.
dhcp public ip subnet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp public ip subnet Enable DHCP server IP Address pool for Access Controller public IP subnet functionality.
no dhcp public ip subnet Disable DHCP server IP Address pool for Access Controller public IP subnet functionality.
certificate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
certificate (authority | local) <uri> <certname> [<password>] Add a new certificate to the store, using the friendly name.
certificate binding
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
certificate binding (web-management | html-auth | soap | eap) <certname>
Assign a certificate to a service.
no certificate binding (web-management | html-auth | soap | eap) <certname>
Unassign a certificate from a service.
certificate revocation
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
certificate revocation <uri> <certname>
Add a Certificate Revocation List to an existing authority certificate.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
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CLI commands
factory settings
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
factory settings Resets the system configuration to factory default settings.
interface ethernet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface ethernet (port-1|port-2) Switches to the specified Ethernet interface context.
reboot device
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
reboot device Restarts the system.
show certificate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show certificate Display current certificates.
show certificate binding
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show certificate binding Display how the certificates are used.
show config factory
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show config [factory] Generates a list of CLI commands that can be used to define the currently loaded configuration.
username
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
username <user> <password>
Changes the current administrator username and password.
Parameters
2-10
<user>
New administrator username.
<password>
New administrator password.
CLI commands
interface ip
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface ip (lan | wan)
Switches to the specified IP interface context.
interface pptp client-default
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface pptp client-default
Switches to the PPTP client interface context.
interface gre
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface gre <name>
Switches to the specified GRE interface or creates a new GRE interface with the specified name.
no interface gre <name>
Deletes the specified GRE interface.
virtual ap
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
virtual ap <name>
Creates a new VAP (VSC) profile or switches to the existing VAP (VSC) context with the specified
name.
no virtual ap <name>
Deletes the specified Virtual AP profile.
Parameters
name
Name of an existing or new VAP (VSC) profile.
show subscription plan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show subscription plan [<name>]
Display one or many subscription plans.
subscription plan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
subscription plan <name>
Add a new subscription plan.
no subscription plan <name>
Delete a subscription plan.
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mac list
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac list <name>
Edit a MAC list.
no mac list <name>
Delete a MAC list by name.
show mac list
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show mac list [<name>] Display current MAC list, or one list in detail.
ipsec policy
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ipsec policy <name>
Switches to the specified IPSec policy or creates a new IPSec policy with the specified name.
admin local authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
admin local authentication Enable the authentication of administrator logins to occur using local account.
no admin local authentication Disable administrator authentication via local account.
admin radius authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
admin radius authentication Sets the authentication of administrator logins to occur using RADIUS.
no admin radius authentication Disable administrator authentication via RADIUS.
admin radius authentication server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
admin radius authentication server <name>
Sets the authentication of administrator logins to occur using RADIUS.
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ip http port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip http port <number>
Sets the port number to use for HTTP access to the service controller.
Parameters
<number>
Port number. Range: 1 - 65535.
Description
HTTP connections made to this port are met with a warning and the browser is redirected to the
secure web server port. By default. this parameter is set to port 80.
ip https port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip https port <number>
Sets the port number used for HTTPS access to the service controller.
Parameters
<number>
Port number. Range: 1 - 65535.
snmp-server trap certificate-expired
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap certificate-expired Send a trap when the SSL certificate has expired. A trap is sent every 12 hours.
no snmp-server trap certificate-expired Do not send a trap when the SSL certificate has expired.
snmp-server trap certificate-expires-soon
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap certificate-expires-soon Send a trap when the SSL certificate is about to expire. A trap is sent every 12 hours starting 15
days before the certificate expires.
no snmp-server trap certificate-expires-soon Do not send a trap when the SSL certificate is about to expire.
snmp-server trap web-fail
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap web-fail
Send a trap each time an administrator login is refused.
no snmp-server trap web-fail Do not send a trap each time an administrator login is refused.
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snmp-server trap web-login
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap web-login Send a trap each time an administrator login is accepted.
no snmp-server trap web-login Do not send a trap each time an administrator login is accepted.
snmp-server trap web-logout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap web-logout Send a trap each time an administrator logs out.
no snmp-server trap web-logout Do not send a trap each time an administrator logs out.
web admin kickout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
web admin kickout
Enables a new administrator login to terminate an existing administrator session.
no web admin kickout Stops a new administrator from logging in until an existing administrator logs out.
web allow
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
web allow <ip address>/<mask>
Adds an address to the list of hosts that can access the management tool.
no web allow <ip address>/<mask>
Removes the specified address from the list of hosts that can access the management tool.
Parameters
<address>
IP address.
</mask>
Subnet mask in CIDR format. Specifies the number of bits in the mask.
world-mode dot11 country code
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
world-mode dot11 country code <code>
Specifies the country the service controller is operating in.
Parameters
<code>
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An ISO3166 three-letter country code.
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web access internet-port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
web access internet-port Enables access to the management tool via the Internet port.
no web access internet-port Blocks access to the management tool via the Internet port.
web access lan-port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
web access lan-port Enables access to the management tool via the LAN port.
no web access lan-port Blocks access to the management tool via the LAN port.
web access interface vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
web access interface vlan <name>
Enables access to the management tool via the specified VLAN.
no web access interface vlan <name>
Removes access to the management tool for the specified VLAN.
web access interface gre
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
web access interface gre <name>
Enables access to the management tool via the specified GRE tunnel.
no web access interface gre <name>
Disables access to the management tool via the specified GRE tunnel.
web access lan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
web access lan Enables access to the management tool via the LAN port.
no web access lan
Blocks access to the management tool via the LAN port.
web access vpn
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
web access vpn Enables access to the management tool via a VPN connection.
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no web access vpn
Blocks access to the management tool via a VPN connection.
dhcp mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp mode (server | relay | none)
Sets whether the service controller operates as a DHCP server or DHCP relay agent.
dhcp server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server lan Switches to the DHCP server context.
dhcp server default domain name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server default domain name <domain>
Sets the DHCP server domain name.
dhcp server default lease period
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server default lease period <number>
Sets the default lease time for the DHCP server.
dhcp server default permanent lease period
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server default permanent lease period <number>
Sets the permanent lease time for the DHCP server.
dhcp server controller
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server controller <ip address>
Add the IP address to the list of controllers.
no dhcp server controller <ip address>
Remove the IP address from the list of controllers.
dhcp server controller discovery
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server controller discovery Send the list of controller IP addresses with DHCP answers.
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no dhcp server controller discovery Do not send the list of controller IP addresses with DHCP answers.
dhcp server logout html user
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server logout html user Logout HTML user upon discover request.
no dhcp server logout html user Do not logout HTML user upon discover request.
dhcp server access centralized clients
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server access centralized clients Listen for DHCP requests from centralized access-controlled client stations.
no dhcp server access centralized clients Do not listen for DHCP requests from centralized access-controlled client stations.
dhcp server access lan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server access lan Listen for DHCP requests on the LAN interface.
no dhcp server access lan
Do not listen for DHCP requests on the LAN interface.
dhcp relay
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay <primary-ip-address> <[secondary-ip-address]>
Sets the primary and secondary DHCP server for the relay.
dhcp relay circuit id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay circuit id <string>
Sets the Option 82 circuit ID.
no dhcp relay circuit id Clears the Option 82 circuit ID.
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dhcp relay remote id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay remote id <string>
Sets the Option 82 remote ID.
no dhcp relay remote id Clears the Option 82 remote ID.
dhcp relay access centralized clients
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay access centralized clients Listen for DHCP requests from centralized access-controlled client stations.
no dhcp relay access centralized clients Do not listen for DHCP requests from centralized access-controlled client stations.
dhcp relay access lan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay access lan Listen for DHCP requests on the LAN interface.
no dhcp relay access lan Do not listen for DHCP requests on the LAN interface.
dhcp relay extend internet port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay extend internet port Alter DHCP requests so they appear from the Internet port.
no dhcp relay extend internet port Do not alter DHCP requests.
clock
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
clock <time> <date>
Sets the system time and date.
Parameters
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<time>
Time as hh:mm:ss. For example: 15:44:00.
<date>
Date as dd Month yyyy. For example: 17 Oct 2004.
CLI commands
clock auto adjust dst
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
clock auto adjust dst Automatically adjust clock for daylight savings changes.
no clock auto adjust dst Do not automatically adjust clock for daylight savings changes.
clock timezone
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
clock timezone <gmtdiff>
Sets the time zone the service controller is operating in.
Parameters
<gmtdiff>
Offset from GMT as follows: +-HOUR:MIN. For example, Eastern Standard
time is -5:00.
clock use custom dst rules
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
clock use custom dst rules Use custom DST rules instead of default ones.
no clock use custom dst rules Do not use custom DST rules, use default ones.
ntp protocol
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ntp protocol (ntp | sntp)
Sets the network time protocol to use.
ntp server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ntp server Enable this option to have the service controller periodically contact a network time server to
update its internal clock.
no ntp server Disables the use of a network time server.
clock custom dst begins
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
clock custom dst begins <day> <weekday> <month> <time>
Set parameters of the rule defining the beginning of daylight savings time.
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Parameters
<day>
Day of the month. Range 1 - 31.
<weekday>
Weekday. Valid values are: "sun", "mon", "tue", "wed", "thu", "fri", "sat".
<month>
Month. Valid values are: "jan", "feb", "mar", "apr", "may", "jun", "jul", "aug",
"sep", "oct", "nov", "dec".
<time>
Time as hh:mm[:ss]. For example: 15:44:00.
If a parameter does not apply to the configured DST rule format, simply set this parameter to any
valid value.
clock custom dst begins format
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
clock custom dst begins format (fixed | last-weekday | following-date | preceding-date) Set the format of the custom DST rule.
Parameters
<fixed>
Rule of the form: The [Day]th of [Month] at [Time].
<last-weekday>
Rule of the form: The last [Weekday] of [Month] at [Time].
<following-date>
Rule of the form: The first [Weekday] on or after the [Day]th of [Month] at
[Time].
<preceding-date>
Rule of the form: The first [Weekday] on or before the [Day]th of [Month]
at [Time].
clock custom dst ends
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
clock custom dst end <day> <weekday> <month> <time>
Set parameters of the rule defining the end of daylight savings time.
Parameters
<day>
Day of the month. Range 1 - 31.
<weekday>
Weekday. Valid values are: "sun", "mon", "tue", "wed", "thu", "fri", "sat".
<month>
Month. Valid values are: "jan", "feb", "mar", "apr", "may", "jun", "jul", "aug",
"sep", "oct", "nov", "dec".
<time>
Time as hh:mm[:ss]. For example: 15:44:00.
If a parameter does not apply to the configured DST rule format, simply set this parameter to any
valid value.
clock custom dst ends format
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
clock custom dst ends format (fixed | last-weekday | following-date | preceding-
date) Set the format of the custom DST rule.
Parameters
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<fixed>
Rule of the form: The [Day]th of [Month] at [Time].
<last-weekday>
Rule of the form: The last [Weekday] of [Month] at [Time].
CLI commands
<following-date>
Rule of the form: The first [Weekday] on or after the [Day]th of [Month] at
[Time].
<preceding-date>
Rule of the form: The first [Weekday] on or before the [Day]th of [Month]
at [Time].
ntp server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ntp server <index><host>
Adds a network time server.
Parameters
<index>
Index of the time server in the list. Up to 20 time servers are supported.
Time servers are checked in the order that they appear in the list.
<host>
DNS name or IP address of the time server.
ntp server failure trap
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ntp server failure trap Send a trap each time a time server synchronization failed.
no ntp server failure trap Do not send a trap each time a time server synchronization failed.
config-update automatic
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config-update automatic Enables scheduled configuration restore or backup.
no config-update automatic Disables scheduled configuration restore or backup.
The service controller can automatically download the configuration file from a local or remote
URL (restore). It is also possible to upload the current configuration to a given URL (backup). Theses operations can be done at preset times.
config-update operation
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config-update operation (restore | backup)
Sets the type of operation that will take place at the preset time.
config-update time
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config-update time <time>
Sets the time of day when the scheduled configuration operation (backup or restore) will take
place.
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Parameters
<time>
Time as hh:mm:ss. For example: 15:44:00.
config-update uri
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config-update uri<uri>
Sets the URI where the service controller will download or upload the configuration file.
no config-update uri Clears the configuration file URI.
config-update weekday
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config-update weekday (everyday | monday | tuesday | wednesday | thursday | friday | saturday | sunday) Sets the day when the scheduled configuration operation (backup or restore) will take place.
snmp-server trap config-change
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap config-change Send a trap whenever the configuration is changed.
no snmp-server trap config-change
Do not send this trap.
snmp-server trap config-update
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap config-update Send a trap whenever the firmware is updated.
no snmp-server trap config-update
Do not send this trap.
logging destination
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
logging destination <name>
Creates a new remote destination for syslog.
no logging destination <name>
Deletes the specified syslog destination.
Parameters
<name>
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Name of syslog destination. Use the name "local" to edit your local log file
settings. Any other name will edit/create a remote log destination.
CLI commands
snmp-server trap syslog-severity
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap syslog-severity Set the severity level of syslog messages that will trigger a trap.
no snmp-server trap syslog-severity Do not send this trap.
snmp-server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server Enables the SNMP agent.
no snmp-server Disables the SNMP agent.
snmp-server access port-1
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server access port-1
Enables SNMP access on the downstream port.
no snmp-server access port-1 Blocks SNMP access on the downstream port.
snmp-server allow
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server allow <ip address>/<mask>
Adds a host to the list of IP address from which access to the SNMP interface is permitted.
no snmp-server allow <ip address>/<mask>
Removes a host from the list of IP address from which access to the SNMP interface is permitted.
Parameters
<address>
IP address.
</mask>
Subnet mask in CIDR format. Specifies the number of bits in the mask.
snmp-server chassis-id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server chassis-id <name>
Specifies a name to identify the service controller. By default, this is set to the serial number of the
service controller.
no snmp-server chassis-id
Deletes the system name.
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snmp-server contact
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server contact <email>
Specifies contact information.
no snmp-server contact Deletes contact information.
Parameters
<email>
Email address.
snmp-server heartbeat period
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server heartbeat period <seconds>
Sets the interval between sending heartbeat traps.
Parameters
<seconds>
Heartbeat interval in seconds.
snmp-server location
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server location <name>
Specifies the location where the service controller is installed.
no snmp-server location Deletes location information.
Parameters
<name>
Location where the service controller is installed.
snmp-server port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server port <port number>
Sets the port the service controller will use to respond to SNMP requests.
Parameters
<port number>
SNMP port number. Range 1 - 65535.
snmp-server readonly
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server readonly <community>
Sets the read-only community string.
no snmp-server readonly Deletes the read-only community string.
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snmp-server readwrite
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server readwrite <community>
Sets the read-write community string.
no snmp-server readwrite
Deletes the read-write community string.
snmp-server trap
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap
Enables support for SNMP traps.
no snmp-server trap
Disables support for SNMP traps.
snmp-server trap community
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap community <str>
Sets the password required by the remote host that will receive the trap.
no snmp-server trap community Deletes the password required by the remote host that will receive the trap.
snmp-server trap destination
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap destination <host> <[port number]>
Add a new trap destination.
no snmp-server trap destination <host> [<port>] Deletes the specified trap destination.
Parameters
<host>
Sets the IP address or domain name of the host that the service controller
will send traps to.
<[port number]>
SNMP port number. Range 1 - 65535. By default port 162 is used
snmp-server trap heartbeat
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap heartbeat Enables sending of heartbeat traps at regular intervals.
no snmp-server trap heartbeat Disables sending of heartbeat traps at regular intervals.
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snmp-server trap link-state
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap link-state Send a trap when the link state changes on any interface.
no snmp-server trap link-state Do not send this trap.
snmp-server trap snmp-authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap snmp-authentication Send a trap each time an SNMP request fails to supply the correct community name.
snmp-server version 1
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server version 1
Enable version 1
no snmp-server version 1
Disable version 1
snmp-server version 2c
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server version 2c
Enable version 2c
no snmp-server version 2c
Disable version 2c
snmp-server version 3
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server version 3
Enable version 3
no snmp-server version 3
Disable version 3
snmp-server access interface vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server access interface vlan <name>
Enables access to SNMP via the specified VLAN.
no snmp-server access interface vlan <name>
Disables access to SNMP via the specified VLAN.
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Parameters
<name>
Specifies the name of the VLAN.
snmp-server access interface gre
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server access interface gre <name>
Enables access to SNMP via the specified GRE tunnel.
no snmp-server access interface gre <name>
Removes access to SNMP via the specified GRE tunnel.
snmp-server access port-2
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server access port-2
Enables SNMP access on the upstream port.
no snmp-server access port-2 Blocks SNMP access on the upstream port.
snmp-server access lan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server access lan Enables access to the management tool via the LAN port.
no snmp-server access lan
Blocks access to the management tool via the LAN port.
snmp-server access vpn
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server access vpn Enables access to the management tool via a VPN connection.
no snmp-server access vpn
Blocks access to the management tool via a VPN connection.
snmp-server trap new-satellite-detected
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap new-satellite-detected Send a trap when a new satellite is detected.
no snmp-server trap new-satellite-detected
Do not send a trap when a new satellite is detected.
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snmp-server trap satellite-unreachable
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap satellite-unreachable Send a trap when a satellite cannot be reached.
no snmp-server trap satellite-unreachable Ignore unreachable satellites.
snmp-server user
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server user <name>
Creates a new SNMP user or switches to the SNMP user context with the specified user name.
no snmp-server user <name>
Deletes the specified SNMP user.
snmp-server notification receiver
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server notification receiver <host>
Creates a new SNMP notification receiver or switches to the SNMP notification receiver context
with the specified IP address.
no snmp-server notification receiver <host>
Deletes the specified SNMP notification receiver.
soap-server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server Enables the SOAP server.
no soap-server Disables the SOAP server.
soap-server access interface vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server access interface vlan <name>
Enables access to SOAP via this VLAN.
no soap-server access interface vlan <name>
Disables access to SOAP via this VLAN.
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soap-server access port-1
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server access port-1
Enables SOAP access on the downstream port.
no soap-server access port-1 Blocks SOAP access on the downstream port.
soap-server access port-2
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server access port-2
Enables SOAP access on the upstream port.
no soap-server access port-2 Blocks SOAP access on the upstream port.
soap-server allow
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server allow <ip address>/<mask>
Adds a host to the list of IP address from which access to the SOAP interface is permitted.
no soap-server allow <ip address>/<mask>
Removes a host from the list of IP address from which access to the SOAP interface is permitted.
Parameters
<address>
IP address.
</mask>
Subnet mask in CIDR format. Specifies the number of bits in the mask.
soap-server http authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server http authentication Enable the SOAP server HTTP authentication.
no soap-server http authentication Disable the SOAP server HTTP authentication.
soap-server http authentication password
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server http authentication password Set the SOAP server HTTP authentication password.
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soap-server http authentication username
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server http authentication username Set the SOAP server HTTP authentication username.
soap-server port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server port <port number>
Sets the port the service controller will use to respond to SOAP requests.
Parameters
<port number>
SOAP port number. Range 1 - 65535.
soap-server ssl
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server ssl SSL enabled for SOAP server.
no soap-server ssl SSL disabled for SOAP server.
soap-server ssl with client certificate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server ssl with client certificate Enable the use of client certificate with SSL for SOAP server.
no soap-server ssl with client certificate
Disable the use of client certificate with SSL for SOAP server.
soap-server access interface gre
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server access interface gre <name>
Enables access to SOAP via the specified GRE tunnel.
no soap-server access interface gre <name>
Removes access to SOAP via the specified GRE tunnel.
soap-server access lan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server access lan Enables access to the management tool via the LAN port.
no soap-server access lan
Blocks access to the management tool via the LAN port.
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soap-server access vpn
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
soap-server access vpn Enables access to the management tool via a VPN connection.
no soap-server access vpn
Blocks access to the management tool via a VPN connection.
snmp-server trap vpn-connection
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap vpn-connection Send a trap when a user establishes a VPN connection with the service controller.
no snmp-server trap vpn-connection Do not send this trap.
snmp-server trap syslog-matches
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap syslog-matches Send a trap when syslog messages matches a specified regular expression.
no snmp-server trap syslog-matches Do not send this trap.
snmp-server trap syslog-matches regex
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap syslog-matches regex <regex>
Sets the regular expression used to match the syslog messages.
snmp-server trap syslog-severity level
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap syslog-severity level (debug | info | notice | warning | error | critical | alert | emergency) Set the severity level of syslog messages that will trigger a trap.
snmp-server trap network-trace
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap network-trace Send a trap when a network trace is started or stopped.
no snmp-server trap network-trace
Do not send this trap.
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firmware-update automatic
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
firmware-update automatic
Enables scheduled firmware upgrades.
no firmware-update automatic Disables scheduled firmware upgrade.
The service controller can automatically retrieve and install firmware from a local or remote URL at preset times. By placing service controller firmware on a web or ftp server, you can automate the update process for multiple units.
When the update process is triggered the service controller retrieves the first 2K of the firmware file to determine if it is different from the active version. If different, the entire firmware file is then downloaded and installed.
(Different means older or newer. This enables you to return to a previous firmware version if
required).
Configuration settings are preserved during the update unless stated otherwise in the release notes for the firmware. However, all active connections will be terminated. Users will have to log in again after the service controller restarts
firmware-update start
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
firmware-update start Upload the firmware based on a specified URI. This URI can be set with the command: firmwareupdate uri.
firmware-update time
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
firmware-update time <time>
Sets the time of day the scheduled firmware upgrade will take place.
Parameters
<time>
Time as hh:mm:ss. For example: 15:44:00.
firmware-update uri
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
firmware-update uri <uri>
Sets the URI where the service controller will retrieve new firmware.
no firmware-update uri Clears the firmware URI.
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firmware-update weekday
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
firmware-update weekday (everyday | monday | tuesday | wednesday | thursday | friday | saturday | sunday) Sets the day when the scheduled firmware upgrade will take place.
snmp-server trap firmware-update
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snmp-server trap firmware-update Send a trap on firmware update.
no snmp-server trap firmware-update Do not send a trap on firmware update.
ip name-server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip name-server <primary> [<secondary>] [<third>] Sets the primary and secondary DNS servers overriding dynamically assigned ones.
Parameters
<primary>
IP address of the primary DNS server.
<secondary>
IP address of the secondary DNS server.
<third>
IP address of the third DNS server.
ip name-server cache
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip name-server cache Enables the DNS cache.
no ip name-server cache Disables the DNS cache.
Once a host name has been successfully resolved to an IP address by a remote DNS server, it is stored in the cache. This speeds up network performance, as the remote DNS server now does not
have to be queried for subsequent requests for this host.
The entry stays in the cache until:
„
an error occurs when connecting to the remote host
„
the time to live (TTL) of the DNS request expires
„
the service controller is restarted.
ip name-server dynamic
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip name-server dynamic Enables dynamic assignment of DNS servers.
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no ip name-server dynamic
Disables dynamic DNS assignment.
ip name-server interception
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip name-server interception Intercepts all DNS requests from users and relays them to configured servers.
no ip name-server interception Process DNS requests addressed to this device only.
ip name-server switch-on-servfail
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip name-server switch-on-servfail
Switch to next server when server failure is received.
no ip name-server switch-on-servfail Do not switch to next server when server failure is received.
ip name-server switch-over
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip name-server switch-over Switch over to primary when active.
no ip name-server switch-over Do not switch over to primary when active.
ip name-server logout-info
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip name-server logout-info <host> <ip address>
Sets the logout host name and the logout IP address.
access controller shared secret
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access controller shared secret <secret>
Sets the shared secret used to communicate with the service controller.
no access controller shared secret Sets the shared secret used to communicate with the access controller.
The service controller will only accept authentication/location-aware information from satellites that have a matching shared secret to its own.
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radius-server profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server profile <name>
Creates a new RADIUS profile or switches to the RADIUS context with the specified profile name.
no radius-server profile <name>
Deletes the specified RADIUS profile.
access controller
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access controller
Switches to the access controller context.
certificate ipsec ca
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
certificate ipsec ca <uri>
Loads a new CA certificate from the specified URI.
The URI can be local:
„
local://FILENAME
or remote
„
ftp://host/path
certificate ipsec local
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
certificate ipsec local <uri> <password>
Loads a new local certificate from the specified URI.
no certificate ipsec local Removes the local certificate.
The URI can be local:
„
local://FILENAME
or remote
„
ftp://host/path
certificate ipsec revocation
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
certificate ipsec revocation <uri>
Loads a new CRL file from the specified URI.
The URI can be local:
„
local://FILENAME
or remote
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„
ftp://host/path
certificate ssl
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
certificate ssl <uri> <password>
Loads a new SSL certificate using the URI.
session profile default
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
session profile default
Switches to the session profile context.
session profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
session profile <name>
Switches to the session profile context.
no session profile <name>
Remove a session profile.
show session profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show session profile
Display all session profiles.
remote configuration
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
remote configuration (radius) Switches to the RADIUS remote configuration context.
discovery protocol
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
discovery protocol Enables broadcast of device information for interoperability with CDP-enabled networking
hardware.
no discovery protocol Disable broadcast of device information.
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discovery protocol device-id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
discovery protocol device-id <name>
Overwrite the device-id field of information packets (the service controller serial number is not
used).
no discovery protocol device-id Do not overwrite the device-id field of information packets (use the service controller serial
number).
service controller ap authentication credentials
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller ap authentication credentials <username> <password>
When the RADIUS authentication source is selected, this option specifies the RADIUS username
and password assigned to the service controller.
no service controller ap authentication credentials Clears the RADIUS username/password.
service controller ap authentication enable
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller ap authentication enable Enables authentication of discovered controlled APs.
no service controller ap authentication enable Disables AP authentication.
service controller ap authentication file
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller ap authentication file <name>
Sets the file to use for authentication of controlled access points. This must be an ASCII file with
one or more MAC addresses in it. Each address must appear on a separate line.
service controller ap authentication radius-server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller ap authentication radius-server <name>
Sets the RADIUS profile to use for authentication of controlled access points.
service controller ap authentication refresh-rate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller ap authentication refresh-rate <number>
Specifies the interval at which the service controller retrieves authentication list entries from the
selected authentication source(s).
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service controller ap authentication source file
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller ap authentication source file Enables the use of a file authentication source.
no service controller ap authentication source file Disables the use of a file authentication source.
service controller ap authentication source local
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller ap authentication source local Enables the use of local authentication source.
no service controller ap authentication source local Disables the use of local authentication source.
service controller ap authentication source radius
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller ap authentication source radius
Enables the use of RADIUS authentication source.
no service controller ap authentication source radius Disables the use of RADIUS authentication source.
service controller discovery
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller discovery Enable service controller discovery.
no service controller discovery Disable service controller discovery.
service controller discovery interface internet-port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller discovery interface internet-port Allow discovery on the LAN interface.
no service controller discovery interface internet-port Allow discovery on the LAN interface.
service controller discovery interface lan-port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller discovery interface lan-port Allow discovery on the LAN interface.
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no service controller discovery interface lan-port
Allow discovery on the LAN interface.
service controller primary
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller primary Become the Primary service controller.
no service controller primary Become a secondary service controller.
service controller primary ip addr
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller primary ip addr <ip address>
Configure a static ip address for the primary service controller.
service controller priority
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller priority <number>
Sets the discovery priority of this device.
service controller provisioning
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
service controller provisioning Enable the AP provisioning system.
no service controller provisioning Disable the AP provisioning system.
bandwidth control internet-port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth control internet-port Enables bandwidth control on the Internet port.
no bandwidth control internet-port Disables bandwidth control on the Internet port.
bandwidth control internet-port high
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth control internet-port high <min-tx-%> <min-rx-%> <max-tx-%> <max-rx­
%>
Sets the bandwidth rates (Tx minimum, Tx maximum, Rx minimum, and Rx maximum) for traffic
classed as High.
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bandwidth control internet-port low
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth control internet-port low <min-tx-%> <min-rx-%> <max-tx-%> <max-rx-%>
Sets the bandwidth rates (Tx minimum, Tx maximum, Rx minimum, and Rx maximum) for traffic
classed as Low.
bandwidth control internet-port max-rate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth control internet-port max-rate<transmit>)<receive>) Sets the maximum transmit and receive rates on the Internet port in kbps.
These settings enable you to limit the total incoming or outgoing data rate on the Internet port. If
traffic exceeds the rate you set for short bursts, it is buffered. Long overages will result in data
being dropped. To utilize the full available bandwidth, the transmit and receive limits should be
set to match the incoming and outgoing data rates on the Internet port.
Parameters
<transmit>
Sets the maximum transmit rate in kbps.
<receive>
Sets the maximum receive rate in kbps.
About bandwidth control
Bandwidth rates for each level are defined by taking a percentage of the maximum transmit and
receive rates defined for the Internet port. Each bandwidth level has four rate settings:
„
Transmit rate - guaranteed minimum: This is the minimum amount of bandwidth that will be
assigned to a level as soon as outgoing traffic is present on the level.
„
Transmit rate - maximum: This is the maximum amount of outgoing bandwidth that can be consumed by the level. Traffic in excess will be buffered for short bursts, and dropped for sustained overages.
„
Receive rate - guaranteed minimum: This is the minimum amount of bandwidth that will be
assigned to a level as soon as incoming traffic is present on the level.
„
Receive rate - maximum: This is the maximum amount of incoming bandwidth that can be consumed by the level. Traffic in excess will be buffered for short bursts, and dropped for sustained overages.
Bandwidth levels are arranged in order of priority from Very High to Low. Priority determines
how bytesToWrite bandwidth is allocated once the minimum rate has been met for each level.
Free bandwidth is always assigned to the higher priority levels first.
Assigning traffic to bandwidth levels
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„
User traffic is assigned to a bandwidth level on a per-VAP (VSC) basis.
„
Management traffic (RADIUS, SNMP, management tool admin sessions) is assigned to bandwidth level Very High and cannot be changed.
„
All traffic assigned to a particular bandwidth level shares the allocated bandwidth for that level.
CLI commands
bandwidth control internet-port normal
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth control internet-port normal <min-tx-%> <min-rx-%> <max-tx-%> <max­
rx-%>
Sets the bandwidth rates (Tx minimum, Tx maximum, Rx minimum, and Rx maximum) for traffic
classed as Normal.
bandwidth control internet-port very-high
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth control internet-port very-high <min-tx-%> <min-rx-%> <max-tx-%>
<max-rx-%>
Sets the bandwidth rates (Tx minimum, Tx maximum, Rx minimum, and Rx maximum) for traffic
classed as Very High.
ip route gateway
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip route gateway<destination>/<mask> <gateway> <[metric]>
Adds a static route.
no ip route gateway <destination>/<mask> <gateway> <[metric]>
Removes the specified static route.
Parameters
<destination>
Traffic addressed to this IP address will be routed.
<mask>
Indicates the number of bits in the destination address that is checked for a
match.
<gateway>
Indicates the IP address of the gateway the service controller will forward
routed traffic to. The gateway address must be on the same subnet as one
of the available interfaces (Internet port or LAN port).
<metrix>
Indicates the priority of a route. If two routes exist for a destination
address then the service controller chooses the one with the lower metric.
firewall mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
firewall mode (high|low|none) Sets the firewall mode.
Parameters
high
Permits all outgoing traffic. Blocks all externally initiated connections.
low
Permits all incoming and outgoing traffic, except for NetBIOS traffic. Use
this option if you require active FTP sessions.
none
Disables the firewall.
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show user profiles
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show user profiles [<pattern>]
Display current local users.
show user profiles details
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show user profiles details <name>
Display detailed information about one user.
user profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
user profile <name>
Adds or edits the specified username in the local user list.
no user profile <name>
Removes the specified username from the local user list.
renew user profile subscription
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
renew user profile subscription [<username>] Renew a user with its subscription plan.
dot1x reauth
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot1x reauth Enable this option to force 802.1X client stations to reauthenticate.
no dot1x reauth Disables 802.1X reauthentication.
dot1x reauth period
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot1x reauth period (15m | 30m | 1h | 2h | 4h | 8h | 12h) Sets the 802.1X reauthentication interval. Client stations must reauthenticate when this interval
expires.
dot1x reauth terminate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot1x reauth terminate Enable this option to allow client stations to remain connected during re-authentication. Client
traffic is blocked only when re-authentication fails.
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no dot1x reauth terminate
Disabled this option to block client traffic during re-authentication and only activate traffic again
if authentication succeeds.
dot1x supplicant timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
802.1x supplicant time-out <seconds>
Sets the 802.1X supplicant time-out.
Parameters
<seconds>
time-out in seconds.
dynamic key
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dynamic key Enables dynamic key support for 802.1X and WPA.
no dynamic key Disables dynamic key support for 802.1X and WPA.
dynamic key interval
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dynamic key interval (5m | 10m | 15m | 30m | 1h | 2h | 4h | 8h | 12h) Specifies how often (in minutes or hours) that the group (broadcast) key is changed for 802.1X
and WPA.
key chain
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
key chain <name>
Switch to the specified key chain or create a new key chain.
no key chain <name>
Remove the specified key chain.
config-version
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config-version <string>
Sets a string to identify the user configuration version.
radius-server accounting session
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server accounting session <number>
Set the maximum number of accounting sessions.
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radius-server client
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server client Enable radius clients list.
no radius-server client Disable radius clients list.
radius-server local eap-peap
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server local eap-peap
Allow EAP-PEAP.
no radius-server local eap-peap
Disallow EAP-PEAP.
radius-server local eap-tls
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server local eap-tls
Allow EAP-TLS.
no radius-server local eap-tls
Disallow EAP-TLS.
radius-server local eap-ttls
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server local eap-ttls
Allow EAP-TTLS.
no radius-server local eap-ttls
Disallow EAP-TTLS.
radius-server local pap
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server local pap
Allow PAP.
no radius-server local pap
Disallow PAP.
radius-server ssid detection nas-id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server ssid detection nas-id Use NAS-ID for SSID detection.
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no radius-server ssid detection nas-id Do not use NAS-ID for SSID detection.
show radius-server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show radius-server Display current RADIUS server configuration.
active-directory check attribute
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active-directory check attribute <ldapattr>
Set the name of the AD attribute to check for.
no active-directory check attribute Clear the name of the AD attribute to check for.
active-directory check user access
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active-directory check user access Check AD for user access.
no active-directory check user access Do not check AD for user access.
active-directory device name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active-directory device name <name>
Set the device NetBIOS name.
no active-directory device name
Clear the device NetBIOS name.
active-directory domain
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active-directory domain <domain>
Set the AD Windows domain.
no active-directory domain
Reset the AD Windows domain.
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active-directory group
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active-directory group <name>
Create or go to an Active Directory group.
no active-directory group <name>
Remove an Active Directory group.
active-directory group order
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active-directory group order <number> <name>
Reorder an Active Directory group.
active-directory join
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active-directory join <username> <password>
Join with Active Directory.
show active-directory
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show active-directory
Display Active Directory settings.
show active-directory group
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show active-directory group <name>
Display details about an Active Directory group.
radius-server client
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server client <ip address>/<mask> <secret>
Add a new radius client.
no radius-server client <ip address>/<mask>
Delete an existing radius client.
user tracking
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
user tracking Enable capture of usage data.
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no user tracking Disable capture of usage data.
user tracking destination
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
user tracking destination <host>
Specify to where the detailed syslog packets should be sent.
user tracking filter
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
user tracking filter <filter>
A comma-separated list of filters (username or subnet).
user tracking port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
user tracking port <number>
Specify to which UDP port capture data should be sent.
persistent user information
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
persistent user information Save user account information locally .
no persistent user information Do not save user account information locally.
persistent user information period
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
persistent user information period <number>
Period, in minutes, at which to update user information.
client data tunnel security
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
client data tunnel security (hmac | key) Specify the security strength of the client data tunnel.
managed map max
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
managed map max <num>
Set the maximum number of APs to manage.
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igmp proxy
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
igmp proxy Enable IGMP proxy.
no igmp proxy Disable IGMP proxy.
igmp proxy downstream interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
igmp proxy downstream interface <interface>
Set the downstream IGMP port.
igmp proxy upstream interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
igmp proxy upstream interface <interface>
Set the upstream IGMP port.
rf-id aeroscout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
rf-id aeroscout Enable AeroScout tag processing.
no rf-id aeroscout Disable AeroScout tag processing.
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Access Controller context Path: View > Enable > Config > Access Controller
All global access controller configuration takes place here.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
ads presentation
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ads presentation Enable advertisement display at regular intervals for authenticated users.
no ads presentation Disable advertisement display for authenticated users.
ads presentation interval
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ads presentation interval <number>
Control the advertisement display interval.
station allocate source ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
station allocate source ip address Allow dynamic IP addresses.
no station allocate source ip address Disallow dynamic IP addresses.
Enable this option to provide network address translation for client stations with static IP
addresses. This permits the service controller to assign an alias address to the client that puts it on
the same subnet as the VSC the client is associated with. This option cannot be used if NAT is
enabled on the Internet port.
station allow any ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
station allow any ip address Enable this option to permit wireless client stations that are using a static IP address to connect to
the service controller, even if they are on a different subnet.
no station allow any ip address Do not allow client stations with any IP addresses to connect.
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This option enables users to access the wireless network without reconfiguring their networking
settings. For example, by default the service controller creates the wireless network on the subnet
192.168.1.0. If a client station is pre-configured with the address 10.10.4.99, it will still be able to
connect to the service controller without changing its address, or its settings for DNS server and
default gateway.
station free access
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
station free access When enabled, all users are automatically granted access when the RADIUS server is down or
unreachable.
no station free access Users cannot connect when the RADIUS server is unreachable.
Once the RADIUS server is available again, free user sessions remain active until the user logs out. This does not apply to users using 802.1x or WPA.
station http proxy support
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
station http proxy support Enables support for client stations that are configured to use a proxy server for HTTP and HTTPS,
without requiring users to reconfigure their systems.
no station http proxy support Disables support for client stations that are configured to use a proxy server for HTTP and
HTTPS.
station idle detection
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
station Idle detection <interval> <count>
The service controller continuously polls authenticated client stations to ensure they are active. If
no response is received and the number of retries is reached, the client station is disconnected.
Parameters
<interval>
Specify how long to wait between polls.
<retries>
Specify how many polls a client station can fail to reply to before it is
disconnected.
Description
This feature enables the service controller to detect if two client stations are using the same IP
address but have different MAC addresses. If this occurs, access is terminated for this IP address removing both stations from the network.
Changing these values may have security implications. A large interval provides a greater opportunity for a session to be hijacked.
The initial query is always done after the client station has been idle for 60 seconds. If there is no answer to this query, the settings for Interval and Retries are used to control additional retries.
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system accounting
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
system accounting
Enables RADIUS accounting support.
no system accounting Disables RADIUS accounting support.
remember delay
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
remember delay <number>
Length of time to remember users. Users who return later than this delay interval, are presented
with the login page instead of being re-authenticated.
remember html users
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
remember html users Enables support for remembering (automatically re-authenticating) html-authenticated users who
leave the network but return within the remember delay interval.
no remember html users Disables support for remembering html-authenticated users.
worldpay installation id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
worldpay installation id <string>
Set the installation ID for the WorldPay payment service.
worldpay payment response password
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
worldpay payment response password <string>
Set the payment response password for the WorldPay payment service.
worldpay payment url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
worldpay payment url <string>
Set the payment URL for the WorldPay payment service.
authorize_net installation id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authorize_net installation id <string>
Set the login ID for the Authorize.Net payment service.
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authorize_net payment url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authorize_net payment url <string>
Set the payment URL for the Authorize.Net payment service.
authorize_net transaction key
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authorize_net transaction key <string>
Set the transaction key for the Authorize.Net payment service.
ads presentation with frameset
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ads presentation with frameset Enables the ads presentation to redirect to frameset-ads-page instead of ads-page.
no ads presentation with frameset
Disables the frameset for ads presentation, causing ads presentation to only use ads-page.
authentication http
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication http <number>
Specifies the port number the service controller will use to provide standard HTTP access to the
management tool.
HTTP connections made to this port are met with a warning and the browser is redirected to the
secure web server port. By default this parameter is set to port 80.
authentication https
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication https <number>
Specifies the port number the service controller will use to provide secure access to the
management tool (HTTPS). By default this parameter is set to port 443.
noc access internet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
noc access internet Accept authentication requests on the Internet port.
no noc access internet Do not accept authentication requests on the Internet port..
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noc access vpn
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
noc access vpn Accept authentication requests on VPN connections.
no noc access vpn
Do not accept authentication requests on VPN connections.
noc allow
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
noc allow <ip address>/<mask>
Adds an IP address or subnet to the list of destinations that the service controller will accept user
login authentication requests from when NOC authentication is active.
no noc allow <ip address>/<mask>
Removes the specified IP address or subnet from the list of destinations that the service controller will accept user login authentication requests from when NOC authentication is active.
When the list is empty, authentication requests are accepted from any address.
noc authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
noc authentication Enables support for NOC authentication.
no noc authentication Disables support for NOC authentication.
secure login
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
secure login Enables secure login.
no secure login Disables secure login.
sslv2 authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
sslv2 authentication Enables SSLv2 authentication.
no sslv2 authentication Disables SSLv2 authentication.
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noc access interface vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
noc access interface vlan <name>
Adds the specified VLAN to the list of interfaces that authentication requests are accepted on.
no noc access interface vlan <name>
Removes the specified VLAN from the list of interfaces that authentication requests are accepted
on.
noc access interface gre
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
noc access interface gre <name>
Adds the specified GRE tunnel to the list of interfaces that authentication requests are accepted
on.
no noc access interface gre <name>
Removes the specified GRE tunnel from the list of interfaces that authentication requests are
accepted on.
ipass id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ipass id <name>
Specifies the WISPr location ID assigned to the service controller.
no ipass id Deletes the WISPr location ID assigned to the service controller.
ipass name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ipass name <name>
Specifies the WISPr location name assigned to the service controller.
no ipass name Deletes the WISPr location name assigned to the service controller.
wispr abort login url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wispr abort login url <url>
Specifies the WISPr abort login url assigned to the service controller.
no wispr abort login url Deletes the WISPr abort login url assigned to the service controller.
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wispr login url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wispr login url <url>
Specifies the WISPr login url assigned to the service controller.
no wispr login url Deletes the WISPr login url assigned to the service controller.
wispr logoff url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wispr logoff url <url>
Specifies the WISPr logoff url assigned to the service controller.
no wispr logoff url Deletes the WISPr logoff url assigned to the service controller.
access-list
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access-list <index> <rule>
Adds a new rule to an access list at the specified index position.
no use access-list Do not use an access list.
Parameters
index
Index position of the rule within the access list.
rule
Access list rule definition in the format:
<listname>[,OPTIONAL],<action>,<protocol>,<address>,<port>[,<accou
nt>[,<interval>]]
<listname>
Specifies a name (up to 32 characters long) to identify the access list this
rule applies to. If a list with this name does not exist, a new list is created.
If a list with this name exists, the rule is added to it.
OPTIONAL
Allows the access list to be activated even if this rule fails to initialize. For
example, if you specify a rule that contains an address which cannot be
resolved for some reason, the other rules that make up the access list will
still be initialized. If you do not specify optional, a failed rule will cause the
entire list to fail. Critical access list definitions (such as for a remote login
page, certificates) should not use the OPTIONAL setting because if these
definitions fail to initialize there will be no indication in the log.
<action>
Specifies what action the rule takes when it matches incoming traffic. Two
options are available:
„
ACCEPT - Allow traffic matching this rule.
„
DENY - Reject traffic matching this rule.
„
WARN - Redirect traffic matching this rule to an error page.
<protocol>
Specify the protocol to check: tcp, udp, icmp, all
<address>
Specify one of the following:
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„
IP address or domain name (up to 107 characters in length)
„
Subnet address. Include the network mask as follows: address/subnet mask For example:
192.168.30.0/24
„
Use the keyword all to match any address.
„
Use the keyword none if the protocol does not take an address range (ICMP for example).
<port>
Specify a specific port to check or a port range as follows:
„
none: Used with ICMP (since it has no ports).
„
all: Check all ports.
„
1-65535[:1-65535] - Specify a specific port or port range.
<account>
Specify the name of the user account the service controller will send billing
information to for this rule. Account names must be unique and can be up
to 32 characters in length.
<interval>
Specify time between interim accounting updates. If you do not enable this
option, accounting information is only sent when a user connection is
terminated. Range: 5-99999 seconds in 15 second increments.
use access-list
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
use access-list <listname>
Specifies the name of the access list to use.
no use access-list Do not use an access list.
use access-list unauth
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
use access-list unauth <listname>
Specifies the name of the access list to use for unauthenticated stations (list disappears once
authenticated).
no use access-list unauth
Do not use an access list for unauthenticated stations (list disappears once authenticated).
config file
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config file <url>
Specifies the URL that points to a new configuration file to load.
no config file Do not load a new configuration file.
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http proxy upstream
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
http proxy upstream <string>
Specifies the host:port of the HTTP Proxy Upstream server.
no http proxy upstream Do not use an HTTP Proxy Upstream server.
https ssl certificate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
https ssl certificate <url>
Specifies the URL that points to an SSL certificate that will replace the default certificate on the
service controller.
no https ssl certificate Do not load a custom SSL certificate.
mac-address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac-address <macaddr> [<username>] [<password>] Adds a MAC address to the local configuration list.
When the MAC authentication option is enabled (in a VAP (VSC) profile), you can define local configuration settings to validate MAC addresses.
Parameters
macaddr
MAC address of the device as 12 hexadecimal numbers, with the values ’a’
to ’f’ in lowercase. For example: 0003520a0f01.
username
Username assigned to the device.
password
Password assigned to the device.
fail page
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
fail page <url>
Specifies the URL of a new fail page.
no fail page
No new fail page. Use default.
goodbye url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
goodbye url <url>
Specifies the URL of a goodbye page.
no goodbye url
No goodbye page.
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ipass login url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ipass login url <url>
Specifies the URL of the IPass login page. The service controller will automatically redirect users
with IPass client software to this page.
no ipass login url No IPass login URL.
login error url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
login error url <url>
Specifies the URL of a login error page.
no login error url
No login error page.
login page
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
login page <url>
Specifies the URL of the new login page.
no login page
No new login page. Use default.
login url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
login url <url>
Specifies the URL of a remote login page.
no login url
No remote login page.
logo
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
logo <url>
Specifies the URL of a new logo.
no logo
No new logo. Use default.
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messages
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
messages <url>
Specifies the URL of a new message file.
no messages No new messages file. Use default.
noc ssl ca-certificate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
noc ssl ca-certificate <url>
Specifies the URL of the certificate from the certificate authority (CA) that issued the NOC
certificate.
no noc ssl ca-certificate
No CA certificate.
noc ssl certificate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
noc ssl certificate <url>
Specifies the URL of the certificate issued to the application on the remote web server that will
send user info to the service controller for authentication.
no noc ssl certificate No certificate.
session page
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
session page <url>
Specifies the URL of a new session page.
no session page
No new session page. Use default.
transport page
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
transport page <url>
Specifies the URL of a new transport page.
no transport page
No new transport page. Use default.
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welcome url
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
welcome url <url>
Specifies the URL of a welcome page.
no welcome url No welcome page.
notify user location changes
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
notify user location changes Notify RADIUS on location changes.
no notify user location changes Do not notify RADIUS on location changes.
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Default Session profile context
Path: View > Enable > Config > Default Session profile
This context provides attributes that define settings for user sessions. Most of these attributes can
be overridden by adding settings to a user RADIUS account.
In this context, all commands add an attribute to the list, in some cases (access-list & mac­
address) several entries are added. The "no" form will remove the attributes.
accounting interim update
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
accounting interim update <number>
Sets the default accounting interim update interval (in seconds) for all users that do not have a
specific interval set in their profile.
no accounting interim update Removes this attribute.
idle timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
idle timeout <number>
Sets the default idle time out for all users that do not have a specific limit set in their profile.
no idle timeout Removes this attribute.
maximum input octets
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
maximum input octets <value>
Sets the maximum input limit in octets for all users that do not have a specific limit set in their
profile.
no maximum input octets Removes this attribute.
maximum input packets
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
maximum input packets <number>
Sets the maximum input limit in packets for all users that do not have a specific limit set in their
profile.
no maximum input packets Removes this attribute.
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maximum output octets
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
maximum output octets <value>
Sets the maximum output limit in octets for all users that do not have a specific limit set in their
profile.
no maximum output octets Removes this attribute.
maximum output packets
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
maximum output packets <number>
Sets the maximum output limit in packets for all users that do not have a specific limit set in their
profile.
no maximum output packets
Removes this attribute.
maximum total octets
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
maximum total octets <value>
Sets the maximum total limit in octets for all users that do not have a specific limit set in their
profile.
no maximum total octets Removes this attribute.
maximum total packets
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
maximum total packets <number>
Sets the maximum total limit in packets for all users that do not have a specific limit set in their
profile.
no maximum total packets Removes this attribute.
nat one-to-one
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
nat one-to-one Enables one-to-one NAT support for all users that do not have a specific value set in their profile.
no nat one-to-one
Removes this attribute.
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session timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
session timeout <number>
Sets the default session timeout for all users that do not have a specific limit set in their profile.
no session timeout Removes this attribute.
smtp redirection setup
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
<hostname>[:<port>t][,<username>,<password>] Sets basic SMTP redirection info: hostname[:port][,username,password].
no smtp redirection setup
Clears basic SMTP redirection info.
Parameters
<hostname>
Specify the IP address or domain name of the e-mail server. Maximum
length is 253 characters.
<port>
Specify the port on the e-mail server to relay to. Range: 1 to 65535. Default:
25
<username>
Specify the username required to log on to the SMTP server. Maximum 32
characters.
<password>
Specify the password required to log on to the SMTP server. Maximum 32
characters.
Description
Sets the default SMTP server address for all user sessions. This attribute is used if a specific
server is not set for a particular user
public ip subnet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
public ip subnet Enables the use of the public IP subnet for IP Addressing for all users that do not have a specific
value set in their profile.
no public ip subnet Removes this attribute.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
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smtp redirection
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
smtp redirection Enables SMTP proxy support.
no smtp redirection Disables SMTP proxy support.
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Session profile context
Path: View > Enable > Config > Session profile
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
access controlled
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access controlled
Set profile as ’access controlled’.
no access controlled Set profile as not ’access controlled’.
access list
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access list <name>
Set the access list.
use access list Use this access list.
no use access list Do not use this access list.
accounting interim update
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
accounting interim update <number>
Sets the default accounting interim update interval (in seconds) for all users that do not have a
specific interval set in their profile.
use accounting interim update Use attribute.
no use accounting interim update Removes this attribute.
arp polling interval
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
arp polling interval <number>
Set the ARP polling interval.
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use arp polling interval Use the ARP polling interval.
no use arp polling interval Do not use the ARP polling interval.
arp polling max count
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
arp polling max count <number>
Set the polling ARP count.
use arp polling max count
Use the polling ARP count.
no use arp polling max count Do not use the polling ARP count.
bandwidth level
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth level (very-high | high | normal | low) Set Bandwidth level.
use bandwidth level Use Bandwidth level.
no use bandwidth level Don’t use Bandwidth level.
egress vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
egress vlan <number>
Set the tunnel private group id.
use egress vlan Use the tunnel private group id.
no use egress vlan Do not use the tunnel private group id.
idle timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
idle timeout <number>
Sets the default idle time out for all users that do not have a specific limit set in their profile.
use idle timeout Use this attribute.
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no use idle timeout Removes this attribute.
intercept traffic
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
intercept traffic
Turn on legal traffic interception.
no intercept traffic
Turn off legal traffic interception.
use intercept traffic
Use legal traffic interception.
no use intercept traffic
Do not use legal traffic interception.
max input rate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
max input rate <number>
Set the maximum input rate.
use max input rate
Use the maximum input rate.
no use max input rate
Do not use the maximum input rate.
max output rate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
max output rate <number>
Set the maximum output rate.
use max output rate
Use the maximum output rate.
no use max output rate
Do not use the maximum output rate.
nat one-to-one
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
nat one-to-one Enables one-to-one NAT support for all users that do not have a specific value set in their profile.
no nat one-to-one
Removes this attribute.
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use nat one-to-one Use this attribute.
no use nat one-to-one Do not use this attribute.
session profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
session profile <name>
Change this profile’s name.
smtp redirection setup
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
smtp redirection setup <hostname>[:<port>t][,<username>,<password>] Sets basic SMTP redirection info: hostname[:port][,username,password].
no smtp redirection setup
Clears basic SMTP redirection info.
use smtp redirection setup Use SMTP redirection.
no use smtp redirection setup Do not use SMTP redirection.
Parameters
<hostname>
Specify the IP address or domain name of the e-mail server. Maximum
length is 253 characters.
<port>
Specify the port on the e-mail server to relay to. Range: 1 to 65535. Default:
25
<username>
Specify the username required to log on to the SMTP server. Maximum 32
characters.
<password>
Specify the password required to log on to the SMTP server. Maximum 32
characters.
Description
Sets the default SMTP server address for all user sessions. This attribute is used if a specific
server is not set for a particular user.
termination action
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
termination action (logout | reauthenticate) Set the termination action.
use termination action Use the termination action.
no use termination action
Do not use the termination action.
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user defined attribute
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
user defined attribute <name>:<type>:<vendor-id>:<vendor-type>:<format>:<value>
Add a new user defined attribute.
no user defined attribute <description>
Add a new user-defined attribute.
Parameters
<name>
Friendly name for this attribute.
<type>
Numerical RADIUS type, 26 is Vendor-Specific.
<vendor-id>
If RADIUS type is 26, contains the Vendor-Id. Put 0 if not.
<vendor-type>
If RADIUS type is 26, contains the Vendor-Type. Put 0 if not.
<format>
Is either ’integer’, ’address’, ’text’, ’string’ or ’time’.
<value>
Contains the actual value.
Format description and values:
„
integer: value is a numerical string.
„
address: value is a legal IP address, or possibly a host name.
„
text: value is any string of alphanumerical characters.
„
string: value is a series of hexadecimal digits.
„
time: value is a time string.
For related information, see RFC 2138, Section 5.
public ip subnet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
public ip subnet Set profile to use the public IP subnet for IP Addressing once authenticated.
no public ip subnet Removes this attribute.
use public ip subnet Use this attribute.
no use public ip subnet Do not use this attribute.
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User Profile context View > Enable > Config > User Profile
Use this context to modify settings for a specific user in the local user list.
Example plan and profile configuration usig CLI commands:
subscription plan "silver"
use online time limit
online time limit 60 minutes
restrictions
no use initial login time allocation
use daily restriction
daily restriction 08:00:00 17:00:00
no use start time
no use end time
end
session profile "guest"
access controlled
idle timeout 600
use idle timeout
tunnel private group id ac 55
use tunnel private group id ac
end
user profile "zoe"
password gadbois
max user sessions 1
active
control method subscription
subscription plan "silver"
use access-controlled profile
access-controlled profile "guest"
no restrict access-controlled virtual ap
end
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
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access controlled
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access controlled
Make this user access controlled.
no access controlled Make this user not access controlled.
access-controlled profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access-controlled profile <name>
Use this session profile for this account.
no access-controlled profile <name>
Do not use this session profile for this account.
use access-controlled profile Use the Access Controlled profiles.
no use access-controlled profile Use the Access Controlled profiles.
access-controlled virtual ap
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access-controlled virtual ap <name>
Add to the list of allowed virtual APs.
no access-controlled virtual ap <name>
Remove from the list of allowed virtual APs.
use access-controlled virtual ap Use only allowed Virtual AP (VSC) for this profile.
no use access-controlled virtual ap Use any Virtual AP (VSC) for this profile.
active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active Enable this user account.
no active
Disable this user account.
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chargeable user identity
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
chargeable user identity <id>
Set the CUI.
use chargeable user identity Use the CUI.
no use chargeable user identity Do not use the CUI.
control method
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
control method (subscription | endtime | none) How is this account controlled?
egress vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
egress vlan <number>
Set the VLAN tunnel ID.
use egress vlan
Use the VLAN tunnel ID.
no use egress vlan
Do not use the VLAN tunnel ID.
end time
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end time <time>
Set expiration time: "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS".
idle timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
idle timeout <number>
Sets the idle timeout for this user.
no idle timeout
This user never times out.
max user sessions
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
max user sessions <number>
Sets the maximum concurrent sessions for this user.
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no max user sessions This user doesn’t have a maximum concurrent sessions limit.
password
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
password <secret>
Change the password for this user.
regular profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
regular profile <name>
Apply a non-ac profile.
no regular profile <name>
Remove a non-ac profile.
use regular profile Use the non-Access Controlled profiles.
no use regular profile Do not use the non-Access Controlled profiles.
regular virtual ap
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
regular virtual ap <name>
Add to the list of allowed virtual APs.
no regular virtual ap <name>
Remove from the list of allowed virtual APs.
use regular virtual ap Use only allowed Virtual AP (VSC) for this profile.
session timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
session timeout <number>
Sets the session timeout for this user.
no session timeout This user session never times out.
subscription plan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
subscription plan <name>
Set the subscription plan to use.
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no subscription plan Delete a subscription plan.
username
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
username <name>
Change the name for this user.
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Internet interface context Path: View > Enable > Config > Internet interface
This context provides commands for configuring Internet.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
duplex
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760
duplex (auto | half | full) Sets the duplex mode on Internet.
Parameters
auto
Lets the service controller automatically set duplex mode based on the
type of equipment it is connected to.
half
Forces the port to operate in half duplex mode.
full
Forces the port to operate in full duplex mode.
speed
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760
speed (auto | 10 | 100) Sets the speed of Internet.
Parameters
auto
Lets the service controller automatically set port speed based on the type
of equipment it is connected to.
100
Forces the port to operate at 100 mbps.
10
Forces the port to operate at 10 mbps.
interface vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface vlan <id>[-<id2>] Switches to the specified VLAN interface or create a new VLAN interface with the specified ID.
no interface vlan<id>[-<id2>] Deletes the specified VLAN.
Parameters
<id>
VLAN ID. Range: 1 - 4094.
<id2>
VLAN ID. When specified, this is the last value in a range.
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ipsec vlan interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ipsec vlan interface <name>
Specifies which VLAN is used by IPsec.
no ipsec vlan interface Do not use a VLAN for IPsec.
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LAN interface context Path: View > Enable > Config > LAN interface
This context provides commands for configuring LAN.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
duplex
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760
duplex (auto | half | full) Sets the duplex mode on LAN.
Parameters
auto
Lets the service controller automatically set duplex mode based on the
type of equipment it is connected to.
half
Forces the port to operate in half duplex mode.
full
Forces the port to operate in full duplex mode.
speed
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760
speed (auto | 10 | 100) Sets the speed of LAN.
Parameters
auto
Lets the service controller automatically set port speed based on the type
of equipment it is connected to.
100
Forces the port to operate at 100 mbps.
10
Forces the port to operate at 10 mbps.
interface vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface vlan <id>[-<id2>] Switches to the specified VLAN interface or create a new VLAN interface with the specified ID.
no interface vlan<id>[-<id2>] Deletes the specified VLAN interface.
Parameters
<id>
VLAN ID. Range: 1 - 4094.
<id2>
VLAN ID. When specified, is the last value in a range.
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ipsec vlan interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ipsec vlan interface <name>
Specifies which VLAN is used by IPsec.
no ipsec vlan interface Do not use a VLAN for IPsec.
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WAN IP interface context Path: View > Enable > Config > WAN IP interface
This context provides commands for configuring various IP-networking related settings.
pppoe client user
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pppoe client user<username> <password>
Sets the PPPoE username and password.
no pppoe client user Deletes the PPPoE username.
Parameters
<username>
The username assigned to you by your ISP. The service controller will use
this username to log on to your ISP when establishing a PPPoE
connection.
<password>
The password assigned to you by your ISP. The service controller will use
this username to log on to your ISP when establishing a PPPoE
connection.
ip address mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address mode (dhcp | pppoe | static | none) Sets the IP addressing mode for Internet.
Parameters
dhcp
Dynamic host configuration protocol. The DHCP server will automatically
assign an address to the service controller, which functions as a DHCP
client.
pppoe
Point-to-point protocol over Ethernet. The PPPoE server will automatically
assign an IP address to the service controller. You need to supply a
username and password so the service controller can log on.
static
This option enables you to manually assign an IP address to the service
controller.
none
No IP address.
ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address <ip address>/<mask>
Sets a static IP address for the port.
Parameters
<address>
IP address.
</mask>
Subnet mask in CIDR format. Specifies the number of bits in the mask.
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ip nat
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip nat Enables Network Address Translation.
no ip nat
Disables Network Address Translation.
nat limit port range
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
nat limit port range Reserves a range of TCP and UDP ports for each user starting at port 5000.
no nat limit port range Use any port for NAT.
All outgoing traffic for the user is mapped within the range. Applications that set an incoming port (Active FTP, for example) may choose a port that is outside of the allocated port range. If you enable this feature you should not assign static NAT mappings in the range 5000 to 32768.
nat limit port range size
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
nat limit port range size <number>
Determine the size of the range to use per user, this will limit the number of user authentication
supported if too high.
ip address dhcp client-id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address dhcp client-id <id>
Specifies an ID to identify the service controller to a DHCP server. This parameter is not required
by all ISPs.
no ip address dhcp client-id Deletes the specified DHCP client id.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
pppoe auto-reconnect
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pppoe auto-reconnect The service controller will automatically attempt to reconnect if the connection is lost.
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no pppoe auto-reconnect The service controller will not automatically attempt to reconnect if the connection is lost.
pppoe mru
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pppoe mru <bytes>
Specifies the maximum receive unit.
Changes to this parameter should only be made according to the recommendations of your ISP.
Incorrectly setting this parameter can reduce the throughput of your Internet connection.
Parameters
<bytes>
Maximum size (in bytes) of a PPPoE packet when receiving. Range: 500 1500 bytes.
pppoe mtu
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pppoe mtu <bytes>
Specifies the maximum transmit unit.
Changes to this parameter should only be made according to the recommendations of your ISP.
Incorrectly setting this parameter can reduce the throughput of your Internet connection.
Parameters
<bytes>
Maximum size (in bytes) of a PPPoE packet when transmitting. Range: 500
- 1500 bytes.
pppoe unnumbered
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pppoe unnumbered Enable unnumbered mode.
no pppoe unnumbered Disable unnumbered mode.
This feature is useful when the service controller is connected to the Internet and NAT is not
being used. Instead of assigning two IP addresses to the service controller, one to the Internet port
and one to the LAN port, both ports can share a single IP address. This is especially useful when a
limited number of IP addresses are available to you.
ip nat outside source static
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip nat outside source static (tcp|udp) <visible-port> <internal-addr>
<internal-port>
Adds a static NAT mapping which routes the specified incoming traffic to the specified IP address
on the internal network.
Parameters
tcp | udp
Selects the protocol that the mapping will operate on.
<visible-port>
The protocol port number that the incoming traffic uses.
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<internal addr>
IP address of the device on the internal network that traffic will be routed
to.
<internal-port>
The protocol port number that the incoming traffic will be mapped to.
ip rip authentication key-chain
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip rip authentication key-chain <name>
Specifies a keyed MD5 chain.
no ip rip authentication key-chain Do not use this Keyed MD5 chain.
ip rip authentication mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip rip authentication mode (md5 | text) Select RIPv2 authentication mode.
no ip rip authentication mode Use no RIPv2 authentication.
ip rip authentication string
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip rip authentication string <secret>
Sets the RIP shared password.
no ip rip authentication string Clears the RIP shared password.
passive-interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
passive-interface
Sets RIP to operate in passive mode (listen for routing broadcasts to update the routing table, but
do not broadcast own routes).
no passive-interface Sets RIP to operate in active mode (listen for routing broadcasts to update the routing table, and
also broadcast own routes).
router rip
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
router rip Enable RIP.
no router rip Disable RIP.
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ip address alternate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address alternate <ip address> [<ip address>] Assigns an alternate IP addresses to the Internet port. The address must be valid on the Internet.
no ip address alternate <ip address> [<ip address>] Deletes the specified alternate IP address.
The service controller uses these addresses to support its one-to-one NAT feature. The service controller will not respond to pings directed at these IP addresses:
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LAN IP interface context
Path: View > Enable > Config > LAN IP interface
This context provides commands for configuring various IP-networking related settings for the
LAN interface.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address <ip address>/<mask>
Sets a static IP address for the port.
Parameters
<address>
IP address.
</mask>
Subnet mask in CIDR format. Specifies the number of bits in the mask.
ip address management
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address management <ip address>/<mask>
Sets a management IP address for this device.
Parameters
<address>
IP address.
</mask>
Subnet mask in CIDR format. Specifies the number of bits in the mask.
passive-interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
passive-interface
Sets RIP to operate in passive mode (listen for routing broadcasts to update the routing table, but
do not broadcast own routes).
no passive-interface Sets RIP to operate in active mode (listen for routing broadcasts to update the routing table, and
also broadcast own routes).
router rip
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
router rip Enable RIP.
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no router rip Disable RIP.
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RADIUS remote configuration context
Path: View > Enable > Config > RADIUS remote configuration
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active Use a RADIUS server to fetch configuration information for the public access network.
no active
Do not use a RADIUS for remote configuration.
credentials
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
credentials <username> <password>
Sets the username/password to use for RADIUS configuration.
no credentials Resets the username/password to use for RADIUS configuration.
interval
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interval <number>
Sets the intervals at which the service controller will retrieve configuration information from the
RADIUS server.
radius server profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius server profile <name>
Sets the RADIUS profile to use.
no radius server profile Do not use a RADIUS profile.
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Virtual AP context Path: View > Enable > Config > Virtual AP
This context provides commands for configuring Virtual AP profiles (VAP (VSC)s).
By default one profile exists with the name "". This is the default profile and cannot be deleted.
The following example shows how to add a new VAP (VSC) with egress mapped to an existing VLAN named "hongkong":
CLI(config)# virtual ap newap
CLI(virtual-ap)# access control
CLI(virtual-ap)# egress any vlan hongkong
CLI(virtual-ap)# ssid name "newap"
CLI(virtual-ap)# ingress ssid
CLI(virtual-ap)# bandwidth high
CLI(virtual-ap)# end
CLI(config)#
virtual ap name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
virtual ap name <name>
Change the VAP (VSC) name.
access control
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access control Sets this profile to use the services of the service controller’s access control mechanism for
authentication and control of client sessions.
no access control
Do not provide access control with this VAP (VSC).
When enabled
„
The service controller provides a variety of methods for user authentication, including: MAC,
802.1x, and HTML via either the local user list or a RADIUS server.
„
Egress traffic can be routed based on the user state: authenticated, unauthenticated, or
intercepted.
When disabled
„
The service controller does not perform user authentication, either via RADIUS or the local
user list. All authentication must be handled by a remote device.
„
All wireless traffic is bridged to an egress VLAN.
„
No access controller functions are available. This means no support for RADIUS attributes for
the service controller.
„
802.1x support is available, including support for RADIUS attributes for users.
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force centralize data
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
force centralize data Force centralization of wireless client traffic when the AP is L2 connected to the LAN port of the
service controller.
no force centralize data Automatically determine if centralization of wireless client traffic is required.
ingress interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ingress vlan <name>
Sets the specified interface as the ingress interface traffic will be accepted on.
This command takes a selector as its input. A selector is used to differentiate traffic, and decide
which parameters should be used to select the VAP (VSC) this user/traffic applies to.
egress unauthenticated
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
egress ( unauthenticated | authenticated | intercepted ) ( default | vlan <vlan­
name> | gre <gre-name>) Sets the output interface that this profile forwards data traffic to.
Parameters
unauthenticated
This is any traffic from client stations that have not attempted to be
authenticated by the service controller. For example, a client station that
fails to authenticate via 802.1x is not considered to be unauthenticated.
authenticated
This is any traffic from client stations that have been authenticated by the
service controller and given access to the public access interface.
intercepted
Traffic from specific users can be intercepted and redirected. To enable
traffic interception for a specific user, you must specify the appropriate
setting in the their RADIUS account. See the Management and
Configuration Guide for details.
default
Sends traffic without specifying a specific interface. The interface that is
used will be selected by the routing module based on the traffic destination
<vlan-name>
Sends traffic tagged with the VLAN ID defined for the specified VLAN
name.
<gre-name>
Sends traffic on the specified GRE tunnel.
guest-mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
guest-mode Enables broadcast of the wireless network name (SSID).
no guest-mode Disables broadcast of the wireless network name (SSID).
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max-association
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
max-association <stations>
Sets the maximum number of clients stations that can associate with this VAP (VSC).
<stations>
Number of client stations. Range: 1 - 255.
ssid name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ssid name <name>
Specifies the WLAN name (SSID) for the profile.
vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
vlan <id>
Assigns a VLAN ID to this VAP (VSC).
no vlan Deletes the VLAN ID for this VAP (VSC).
Parameters
<id>
VLAN ID. Range: 1 - 4094.
encryption key 1
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
encryption key <key> <value>
Sets WEP key 1.
no encryption key <key>
Deletes WEP key 1.
Parameters
<key>
WEP key number. Range: 1 - 4. Keys 2 to 4 are only supported on the first
WLAN profile.
<value>
Key value. The number of characters you specify for a key determines the
level of encryption the service controller will provide.
For 40-bit encryption, specify 5 ASCII characters or 10 HEX digits.
For 128-bit encryption, specify 13 ASCII characters or 26 HEX digits.
encryption key format
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
encryption key format (hex | ascii) Specify the WEP key format.
Parameters
hex
Hex keys should only include the following digits: 0-9, a-f, A-F
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ascii
ASCII keys are much weaker than carefully chosen hex keys. You can
include ASCII characters between 32 and 126, inclusive, in the key.
However, note that not all client stations support non-alphanumeric
characters such as spaces, punctuation, or special symbols in the key.
transmit key
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
transmit key <key number>
Sets the key the service controller will use to encrypt transmitted data. All four keys are used to
decrypt received data.
Parameters
<key number>
Transmit key number. Range: 1 -4.
authentication server access controller
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication server access controller Use the access controller to authenticate 802.1X or WPA logins.
authentication server accounting
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication server accounting Enables RADIUS accounting for this VAP (VSC).
no authentication server accounting Disables RADIUS accounting for this VAP (VSC).
authentication server accounting radius profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication server accounting radius profile <name>
Sets RADIUS accounting to use the specified RADIUS profile.
no authentication server accounting radius profile
Removes accounting support for 802.1x.
authentication server radius
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication server radius <name>
Sets the RADIUS profile to use for 802.1X or WPA authentication.
dot1x authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot1x authentication (local | radius | active-directory) Sets the authentication for 802.1X and WPA.
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wpa-psk
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wpa-psk <key>
Sets the WPA preshared key.
no wpa-psk Deletes the WPA preshared key.
Parameters
<key>
Specify a key that is between 8 and 63 alphanumeric characters in length. It
is recommended that the preshared key be at least 20 characters long, and
be a mix of letters and numbers. The double quote character should not be
used
Description
The service controller uses the key you specify to generate the TKIP keys that encrypt the
wireless data stream. Since this is a static key, it is not as secure as the RADIUS option.
authentication server request radius cui
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication server request radius cui Include in the authentication request a request for a CUI.
dot1x session page
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot1x session page IEEE802dot1x authenticated users will be presented with the Session page and the Welcome page
after a successful authentication.
no dot1x session page IEEE802dot1x authenticated users will NOT be presented with the Session page and the Welcome
page after a successful authentication.
wireless filters
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wireless filters Enables the wireless security filters which only allow traffic to flow between the service
controller and a specific upstream device (such as a service controller).
no wireless filters Do not limit traffic flow between the service controller and an upstream device.
This prevents wireless users from accessing resources on the backbone LAN that interconnects the service controller and the upstream device.
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wireless filters mac
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wireless filters mac <mac>
Sets the MAC address of the upstream device to send traffic to.
no wireless filters mac <mac>
Deletes the MAC address of the upstream device to send traffic to.
wireless filters rule input
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wireless filters rule input <rule>
Adds a custom filter definition for incoming wireless traffic.
Use this command to define custom security filters for incoming wireless traffic. Filters are specified using standard pcap syntax (http://www.tcpdump.org/tcpdump_man.html) with the addition of a few -specific placeholders. These placeholders can be used to refer to specific MAC addresses and are expanded by the service controller when the filter is activated. Once expanded, the filter must respect the pcap syntax. The pcap syntax is documented in the tcpdump man page:
Placeholders
„
%a - MAC address of the access controller.
„
%b - MAC address of the bridge.
„
%g - Mac address of the default gateway assigned to the service controller.
„
%w - MAC address of wireless port.
wireless filters rule output
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wireless filters rule output <rule>
Adds a custom filter definition for outgoing wireless traffic.
Use this command to define custom security filters for outgoing wireless traffic. Filters are specified using standard pcap syntax (http://www.tcpdump.org/tcpdump_man.html) with the addition of a few -specific placeholders. These placeholders can be used to refer to specific MAC addresses and are expanded by the service controller when the filter is activated. Once expanded, the filter must respect the pcap syntax. The pcap syntax is documented in the tcpdump man page:
Placeholders
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„
%a - MAC address of the access controller.
„
%b - MAC address of the bridge.
„
%g - Mac address of the default gateway assigned to the service controller.
„
%w - MAC address of wireless port.
CLI commands
wireless filters type
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wireless filters type (mac | gateway | rules) Sets the type of wireless security filter to use.
Parameters
mac
Traffic is forwarded to an upstream device with a specific MAC address.
Wireless security filters use the default definitions.
gateway
Traffic is forwarded to the default gateway assigned to the service
controller. Wireless security filters use the default definitions.
custom
Lets you define custom security filters and address for the upstream
device.
Description
The service controller features an intelligent bridge which can apply security filters to safeguard
the flow of wireless traffic. The filters limit both incoming and outgoing traffic as defined below,
and force the service controller to exchange traffic with a specific upstream device. If the service
controller is configured to use the services of a access controller, then the default security filters
are automatically enabled and all traffic is sent to the access controller.
Default filters for incoming wireless traffic
Applies to traffic sent from wireless client stations to the AP.
Accepted
„
Any IP traffic addressed to the access controller.
„
PPPoE traffic (The PPPoe server must be the upstream device.)
„
IP broadcast packets, except NetBIOS
„
Certain address management protocols (ARP, DHCP) regardless of their source address.
„
Any traffic addressed to the AP, including 802.1x.
Blocked
„
All other traffic is blocked. This includes NetBIOS traffic regardless of its source/destination
address. TTPS traffic not addressed to the AP (or upstream device) is also blocked, which
means wireless client stations cannot access the management tool on other products.
Default filters for outgoing wireless traffic
Applies to traffic sent from the AP to wireless client stations.
Accepted
„
Any IP traffic coming from the upstream device, except NetBIOS packets.
„
PPPoE traffic from the upstream device.
„
IP broadcast packets, except NetBIOS
„
ARP and DHCP Offer and ACK packets.
„
Any traffic coming from the AP itself, including 802.1x.
Blocked
„
All other traffic is blocked. This includes NetBIOS traffic regardless of its source/destination
address.
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mac authentication accounting
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac authentication accounting Enables RADIUS accounting for this VAP (VSC).
no mac authentication accounting Disables RADIUS accounting for this VAP (VSC).
mac authentication accounting radius profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac authentication accounting radius profile <name>
Sets RADIUS accounting to use the specified RADIUS profile.
no mac authentication accounting radius profile Disables accounting support for MAC authentication.
mandatory authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mandatory authentication MAC-based authentication is mandatory.
no mandatory authentication MAC-based authentication is not mandatory.
mac authentication radius profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac authentication radius profile <radiusname>
Specifies the name of the RADIUS profile to use for MAC-based authentication.
no mac authentication radius profile Do not use a RADIUS profile.
mac authentication remote
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac authentication remote
Sets MAC-based authentication to use a RADIUS profile.
no mac authentication remote MAC-based authentication will not use a RADIUS profile.
mac authentication request radius cui
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac authentication request radius cui Include a request for a CUI in authentication requests.
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mac authentication local
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac authentication local Sets MAC-based authentication to use the local user list to validate the MAC addresses of client
stations.
no mac authentication local Do not use the local user list for MAC-based authentication.
mac authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac authentication Enables support for MAC-based authentication.
no mac authentication Disable support for MAC-based authentication.
html authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html authentication Enables HTML authentication.
no html authentication Disables HTML authentication.
html authentication accounting
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html authentication accounting Enables RADIUS accounting.
no html authentication accounting
Disables RADIUS accounting.
html authentication accounting radius profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html authentication accounting radius profile <name>
Sets RADIUS accounting for HTML users to use the specified RADIUS profile.
no html authentication accounting radius profile Disables RADIUS accounting RADIUS support for HTML users.
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html authentication active-directory
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html authentication active-directory Use Active Directory (AD) to authenticate users.
no html authentication active-directory Do not use Active Directory (AD) to authenticate users.
html authentication local
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html authentication local
Validate HTML logins using the local user list.
no html authentication local Do not validate HTML logins using the local user list.
html authentication radius
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html authentication radius Validate HTML logins using the specified RADIUS profile.
no html authentication radius Do not validate HTML logins using the specified RADIUS profile.
html authentication radius profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html authentication radius profile <name>
Validate HTML logins using the specified RADIUS profile.
no html authentication radius profile Do not validate HTML logins using the specified RADIUS profile.
html authentication request radius cui
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html authentication request radius cui Include a request for a CUI in the authentication request.
no html authentication request radius cui Do not include a request for a CUI in the authentication request.
html authentication timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html authentication timeout <number>
Sets the HTML authentication timeout.
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active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active Enable this VAP (VSC).
no active
Disable this VAP (VSC).
beacon dtim count
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
beacon dtim count <number>
Defines the DTIM period in the beacon.
Client stations use the DTIM to wake up from low-power mode to receive multicast traffic. The
service controller transmits a beacon every 100 ms. The DTIM counts down with each beacon that
is sent, therefore if the DTIM is set to 5, then client stations in low-power mode will wake up every
500 ms (.5 second) to receive multicast traffic.
beacon transmit power
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
beacon transmit power Advertise the current transmit power setting in the beacon.
no beacon transmit power Do not advertise the current transmit power setting in the beacon.
data rate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
data rate (a | b | g | bg | n) <rate>
Enable the given data rate for a particular PHY type.
no data rate (a | b | g | bg | n) <rate>
Disable the given data rate for a particular PHY type.
public forwarding
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
public forwarding (any | 802.1x | none | ipv6) Enables support for traffic exchange between wireless client stations.
access lan stations
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access lan stations Permits traffic exchange between wireless and LAN stations.
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no access lan stations Blocks traffic exchange between wireless and LAN stations.
fast authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
fast authentication Enables WPA2 opportunistic key caching.
no fast authentication Disables WPA2 opportunistic key caching.
layer3 mobility
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
layer3 mobility Enables Layer 3 mobility.
no layer3 mobility Disables Layer 3 mobility.
add ip-qos profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
add ip-qos profile <name>
Adds the specified profile to the list of IP QoS profiles in effect for this VAP (VSC).
<profile-name>
Name of an existing IP QoS profile.
delete ip-qos profile all
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
delete ip-qos profile all
Clears the list of IP QoS profiles currently in effect for this VAP (VSC).
delete ip-qos profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
delete ip-qos profile <name>
Removes the specified profile from the list of IP QoS profiles in effect for this VAP (VSC).
<profile-name>
Name of an existing IP QoS profile currently in the profile list for this VAP
(VSC).
qos
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
qos ( 802.1p | very-high | high | normal | low | diffsrv | tos | default | vap0 | vap1 | vap2 | vap3)
Sets the QoS level for this profile.
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no qos Disables QoS for this profile.
Four traffic queues are provided based on the WME standard. In order of priority, these queues are:
„
1: Voice traffic
„
2: Video traffic
„
3: Best effort data traffic
„
4: Background data traffic
Each QoS priority mechanism maps traffic to one of the four traffic queues. Client stations that do
not support the QoS mechanism for the profile they are connected to are always assigned to queue
3.
Important: Traffic delivery is based on strict priority (per the WME standard). Therefore, if
excessive traffic is present on queues 1 or 2, it will reduce the flow of traffic on queues 3 and 4.
802.1p
Traffic from 802.1p client stations is classified based on the VLAN priority
field present within the VLAN header. When this mechanism is selected,
the service controller will advertise WME capabilities, enabling WME
clients to associate and take advantage of them. This setting has no effect
on legacy clients.
Note: To support 802.1p, the wireless profile must have a VLAN assigned to
it, which means that client station traffic is forwarded onto the LAN port
only.
vap0 to vap3
Allows a specific priority level to be specified for all traffic on a VAP (VSC)
profile. This enables client stations without a QoS mechanism to set traffic
priority by connecting to the appropriate SSID.
If you enable this priority mechanism, it takes precedence regardless of the
priority mechanism supported by associated client stations. For example,
if you set SSID-based low priority for a profile, all devices that connect to
the profile have their traffic set at this priority
Mapping to the traffic queues is as follows: vap0 or very-high=queue 1,
vap1 or high=queue 2, vap2 or normal=queue 3, vap3 or low=queue 4
diffsrv
Differential services is a method for defining IP traffic priority on a per-hop
basis. The Differential Service bits are defined in RFC2474 and are
composed of the six most significant bits of the IP TOS field. These bits
define the class selector code points which the CN320 maps to the
appropriate traffic queue. (default setting)
tos
The IP TOS (type of service) field can be used to mark prioritization or
special handling for IP packets.
upstream diffserv tagging
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
upstream diffserv tagging
Enables upstream diffserv tagging.
no upstream diffserv tagging Disables upstream diffserv tagging.
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wmm advertising
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
wmm advertising Enables WMM information element advertising.
no wmm advertising Disables WMM information element advertising.
html redirection
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
html redirection Enables support for HTML logins.
no html redirection Disables support for HTML logins.
local nas id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
local nas id <nasid>
Set the NAS Id when only local authentication is configured.
use local nas id Enables the use of NAS Id when only local authentication is configured.
no use local nas id Disables the use of NAS Id when only local authentication is configured.
bandwidth
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth (very-high | high | normal | low) Sets the bandwidth level.
bandwidth default rates
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth default rates Enables default bandwidth rates for this VAP (VSC).
no bandwidth default rates Disables default bandwidth rates for this VAP (VSC).
bandwidth default rates maximum
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bandwidth default rates maximum <max-tx-rate> <max-rx-rate>
Sets the default maximum transmit and receive rates.
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radius accounting realms
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius accounting realms Use RADIUS accounting realms.
no radius accounting realms Do not use RADIUS accounting realms.
radius authentication realms
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius authentication realms Use RADIUS authentication realms.
no radius authentication realms Do not use RADIUS authentication realms.
identify stations by ip only
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
identify stations by ip only Identify stations based on IP address only.
no identify stations by ip only Do not identify stations based on address IP only.
location-aware group
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
location-aware group <name>
Sets the specified group name for the access point.
no location-aware group Deletes the specified group name for the access point.
location-aware called-station-id content
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
location-aware called-station-id content (ssid | group | mac) Sets the value returned in Called-Station-ID.
dhcp relay
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay <primary-ip-address> <[secondary-ip-address]>
Sets the primary and secondary DHCP server for the relay.
no dhcp relay Resets the primary and secondary DHCP server for the relay.
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dhcp relay active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay active
The dhcp relay is enabled on the VAP (VSC).
no dhcp relay active The dhcp relay is not enabled on the VAP (VSC).
dhcp relay circuit id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay circuit id <string>
Sets the Option 82 circuit ID.
no dhcp relay circuit id
Clears the Option 82 circuit ID.
dhcp relay remote id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay remote id <string>
Sets the Option 82 remote ID.
no dhcp relay remote id
Clears the Option 82 remote ID.
dhcp relay subnet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp relay subnet <ip address>/<mask>
Sets the DHCP relay subnet.
no dhcp relay subnet Clears the DHCP relay subnet.
dhcp server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server The dhcp server is enabled on the VAP (VSC).
no dhcp server The dhcp server is not enabled on the VAP (VSC).
dhcp server dns
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server dns <ip address>
Sets the domain name server provided to DHCP clients.
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no dhcp server dns Reset the domain name server provided to DHCP clients.
dhcp server gateway
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server gateway <ip address>
Sets the default gateway provided to DHCP clients.
no dhcp server gateway Reset the default gateway provided to DHCP clients.
dhcp server range
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server range <start-range> <end-range>
Specify the DHCP server IP address range.
dhcp server subnet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dhcp server subnet <ip address>/<mask>
Sets the DHCP server subnet.
no dhcp server subnet Clears the DHCP server subnet.
radius-framed-protocol-attribute
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-framed-protocol-attribute Include the RADIUS Framed-Protocol attribute in Access Request packets. The value for this
attribute is PPP (1).
no radius-framed-protocol-attribute Do not include the RADIUS Framed-Protocol attribute in Access Request packets.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
security
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
security (none | wep | 802.1x [wep | static-wep] | wpa (psk | radius) [ v1 | v2 ] )
Sets the current wireless security policy.
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Parameters
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none
No wireless security.
wep
This option enables support for wireless users with WEP client software.
802.1x
This option enables support for wireless users with 802.1X client software. The service controller supports 802.1x client software that uses EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, EAP-SIM, and PEAP.
wep
Enables the use of dynamic WEP keys for all 802.1X sessions. Dynamic key rotation occurs on key 1, which is the broadcast key. Key 0 is the pairwise key. It is automatically generated by the service controller.
static-wep
Support client stations using static WEP keys.
wpa
This option enables support for wireless users with WPA client software.
psk
Enables support for a preshared key:
radius
The service controller obtains the MPPE key from the RADIUS server. This is a dynamic key that changes each time the user logs in and is authenticated. The MPPE key is used to generate the TKIP keys that
encrypt the wireless data stream.
v1,v2
Specify which version of WPA to use. None will use both versions (mixed
mode).
CLI commands
VLAN interface context Path: View > Enable > Config > Internet interface > VLAN interface
View > Enable > Config > LAN interface > VLAN interface
This context provides commands for configuring Virtual LANs (VLANs). In this context, VLANs
can be added or edited.
For example, to create a new VLAN interface named "hongkong" on the LAN port with VLAN id 88,
do the following:
CLI(config)# interface lan
CLI(if-lan)# interface vlan 88
CLI(if-vlan)# vlan name hongkong
CLI(if-vlan)# ip address mode dhcp
CLI(if-vlan)# no nat
CLI(if-vlan)# end
CLI(if-lan)#
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address <ip address>/<mask>
Sets a static IP address for the VLAN.
Parameters
<address>
IP address.
</mask>
Subnet mask in CIDR format. Specifies the number of bits in the mask.
ip address mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address mode (dhcp | static | none) Sets the IP addressing mode for this VLAN interface.
Parameters
dhcp
Dynamic host configuration protocol. The DHCP server will automatically
assign an address to the service controller, which functions as a DHCP
client.
static
This option enables you to manually assign an IP address to the service
controller.
none
This VLAN does not have an IP address.
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vlan name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
vlan name <name>
Change the name of this VLAN interface.
ip default-gateway
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip default-gateway <ip address>
Sets the default gateway for this VLAN.
no ip default-gateway Removes the default gateway for this VLAN.
ip nat
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip nat Enable Network Address translation for this interface.
no ip nat
Disable Network Address translation for this interface.
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RADIUS context Path: View > Enable > Config > RADIUS
This context provides commands for configuring RADIUS profiles.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
radius-server accounting port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server accounting port <number>
Specifies the port to use for RADIUS accounting.
Parameters
<number>
Accounting port number. Range: 1 - 65535.
radius-server alternate hosts
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server alternate hosts Try last answering RADIUS host first.
no radius-server alternate hosts Try primary RADIUS host first.
radius-server authentication method
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server authentication method (mschap | chap | mschapv2 | pap | eap-md5) Sets the authentication method to use when communicating with the RADIUS server.
For 802.1x users, the authentication method is always determined by the 802.1x client software
and is not controlled by this setting.
If traffic between the service controller and the RADIUS server is not protected by a VPN, it is
recommended that you use either EAP-MD5 or MSCHAP V2, if supported by your RADIUS Server.
(PAP, MSCHAP V1 and CHAP are less secure protocols.)
radius-server authentication port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server authentication port <number>
Specifies the port to use for RADIUS authentication. By default, RADIUS servers use port 1812.
Parameters
<number>
Authentication port number. Range: 1 - 65535
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radius-server deadtime
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server deadtime <seconds>
Sets the retry interval for access and accounting requests that time-out.
If no reply is received within this interval, the service controller switches between the primary
and secondary RADIUS servers (if defined). If a reply is received after the interval expires, it is ignored.
Parameters
<seconds>
Retry interval. Range: 2 - 60 seconds.
radius-server host
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server host <primary>[<secondary>] Sets the addresses of the primary and secondary RADIUS servers.
Parameters
<primary>
IP address of the primary RADIUS server.
<secondary>
IP address of the secondary RADIUS server.
radius-server key 2
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server key <primary>[<secondary>] Enter primary and secondary secrets.
Parameters
<primary>
Shared secret for the primary RADIUS server.
<secondary>
Shared secret for the secondary RADIUS server.
radius-server message-authenticator
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server message-authenticator Include the message authenticator attribute in RADIUS packets.
no radius-server message-authenticator Do not include the message authenticator attribute in RADIUS packets.
radius-server name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server name <name>
Changes the name of the RADIUS profile.
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radius-server nasid
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server nasid <id>
Sets the network access server ID you want to use for the service controller.
By default, the serial number of the service controller is used. The service controller includes the NAS-ID attribute in all packets that it sends to the RADIUS server.
radius-server timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server timeout Activates RADIUS timeout.
no radius-server timeout Disables RADIUS timeout.
radius-server timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server timeout <number>
Sets the total timeout for RADIUS requests.
no radius-server timeout Disables RADIUS timeout.
radius-server force-nas-port-to-vlanid
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server force-nas-port-to-vlanid Force the NAS-Port attribute to ingress VLAN ID in RADIUS packets.
no radius-server force-nas-port-to-vlanid Do not force the NAS-Port attribute to ingress VLAN ID in RADIUS packets.
radius-server realm
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server realm (regex | text) Specifies if realms in list are regular expressions or just plain text.
radius-server realm name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius-server realm name <name>
Adds the specified realm name.
no radius-server realm name <name>
Removes the specified realm name.
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DHCP server context Path: View > Enable > Config > DHCP server
This context lets you configure DHCP server settings.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active This range is enabled.
no active
This range is not enabled.
gateway
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
gateway <ip address>
Sets the default gateway provided to DHCP clients.
no gateway Reset the default gateway provided to DHCP clients.
range
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
range <start-range> <end-range>
Specify the DHCP server IP address range.
permanent leases
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
permanent leases <ip address> <macaddr> <uid>
Adds a permanent DHCP lease for this mapping.
no permanent leases <ip address> <macaddr> <uid>
Deletes a permanent DHCP lease for this mapping.
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GRE interface context Path: View > Enable > Config > GRE interface
Details of the GRE interface.
end force
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end [force]
Quits the GRE context.
gre name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
gre name <name>
Renames the current GRE interface.
ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address <ip address>/<mask>
Set the local tunnel IP address and mask.
peer ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
peer ip address <ip address>
Sets the GRE peer IP address.
remote ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
remote ip address <ip address>
Sets the remote tunnel IP address.
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IPsec policy context
Path: View > Enable > Config > IPsec policy
This context allows editing of IPSec configuration settings.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active Enables policy.
no active
Disables policy.
authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication (x509 | psk) Selects between x509 and psk authentication.
cipher
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
cipher aes Sets the desired encryption algorithm.
no cipher aes Do not use this encryption algorithm.
dns domain
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dns domain <names>
Sets the domain name for this policy.
no dns domain <names>
Resets the domain name for this policy.
dns server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dns server ( <ip address> | none ) Sets the DNS server for this policy.
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no dns server Resets the DNS server for this policy.
incoming nat
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
incoming nat Enables NAT for incoming traffic.
no incoming nat Disables NAT for incoming traffic.
incoming traffic network
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
incoming traffic network <ip address>/<mask>
Sets the Phase 2 incoming network.
interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface (lan | internet) Sets the interface this policy applies to.
local id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
local id (ip-address <ip address> | host <name> | email <address> | dn <dn>) Specify the local id type and value.
mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mode (main | aggressive) (tunnel | transport) Sets the IPSec mode.
outgoing traffic network
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
outgoing traffic network <ip address>/<mask>
Sets the Phase 2 outgoing network.
peer id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
peer id (ip-address <ip address> | host <name> | email <address> | dn <dn>) Specify the peer id type and value.
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peer ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
peer ip address (<ip address>| any )
Set the peer ip address for this policy.
perfect forward secrecy
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
perfect forward secrecy
Enable PFS.
no perfect forward secrecy
Disable PFS.
preshared key
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
preshared key <secret>
Sets the preshared key.
no preshared key
Removes the preshared key.
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Syslog destination context
Path: View > Enable > Config > Syslog destination
This context provides commands for configuring Syslog destinations.
active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active Enables logging to the current destination.
no active
Disables logging to the current destination.
logging facility
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
logging facility (local0 | local1 | local2 | local3 | local4 | local5 | local6 | local7) Sets the facility that is used when logging messages to a syslog server.
Parameters
<facility>
Available facilities are: local0 - local7.
logging host
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
logging host (tcp | udp) <addr> [<number>] Sets the remote address, the connection protocol and port of current syslog remote destination.
logging prefix
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
logging prefix <string>
Sets the prefix that will be prepended to all syslog messages.
no logging prefix
Removes the prefix that is prepended to all syslog messages.
name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
name <name>
Renames the current syslog destination.
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end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
level
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
level Enables filtering of the log file by severity level.
no level Disables filtering of the log file by severity level.
level
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
level (lower | higher) (debug | info | notice | warning | error | critical | alert | emergency) Defines the severity of messages that will be logged.
no level Disables filtering of the log file by severity level.
Parameters
debug
Debug-level messages.
info
Informational messages.
notice
Normal, but significant condition.
warning
Warning conditions.
error
Error conditions.
critical
Critical conditions.
alert
Action must be taken immediately.
emergency
System is unusable.
matches
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
matches (any | all) filters All three log file filters (message, process, and level) are combined to filter the log according to
this setting.
message
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
message Enables filtering of the log file message field.
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no message Disables filtering of the log file message field.
message
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
message (matches | notmatches) <regex>
Use this filter to include log messages. Use a regular expression to define the match criteria for
the log file message field.
no message Disables filtering of the log file message field.
process
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
process Enables filtering of the log file by process name.
no process Disables filtering of the log file by process name.
process
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
process (matches | notmatches) <string>
Use this filter to include log messages according to their process name.
no process Disables filtering of the log file by process name.
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PPTP client interface context
Path: View > Enable > Config > PPTP client interface
This is the PPTP client context.
active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active Sets PPTP client connection to ’up’.
no active
Sets PPTP client connection to ’down’.
pptp client credentials
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pptp client credentials <name> <password>
Sets the PPTP username and password.
pptp client domain name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pptp client domain name <name>
Sets the domain name used by the PPTP client.
pptp client server address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pptp client server address <address>
Sets the IP address to connect to.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
ip nat
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip nat Enables NAT for the PPTP client.
no ip nat
Disables NAT for the PPTP client.
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pptp client auto route discovery
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pptp client auto route discovery Enables auto-route discovery.
no pptp client auto route discovery Disables auto-route discovery.
pptp client lcp echo
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
pptp client lcp echo
Enables PPTP LCP echo.
no pptp client lcp echo
Disables PPTP LCP echo.
passive-interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
passive-interface
Only listen to RIP, never send.
no passive-interface
Send and listen for RIP.
router rip
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
router rip
Enables RIP for this interface.
no router rip
Disables RIP on this interface.
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Keychain context
Path: View > Enable > Config > Keychain
Manage a keychain: a collection of keys.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end End current context.
key
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
key <number>
Enter new key.
no key <number>
Delete key with given ID.
key chain name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
key chain name <name>
Rename current keychain.
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Keys context
Path: View > Enable > Config > Keychain > Keys
Edit a key, as part of a keychain.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end End current context.
key-string
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
key-string <name>
Set the authentication string for this key.
no key-string Remove the authentication string for this key.
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Subscription plan context
Path: View > Enable > Config > Subscription plan
Details about a subscription plan.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end End current context.
daily restriction
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
daily restriction <from> <to>
Sets the daily restrictions hours.
use daily restriction Enable daily restrictions.
no use daily restriction Disable daily restrictions.
end time
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end time <datetime>
Set the account end date and time. "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS".
use end time Use account end time.
no use end time Do not use account end time.
initial login time allocation
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
initial login time allocation <number> (minutes | hours | days) Sets the amount of time allocated after the first login by a user.
use initial login time allocation
Use the initial login time allocation.
no use initial login time allocation Do not use the initial login time allocation.
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online time limit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
online time limit
Use the online time limit.
no online time limit Do not use the online time limit.
online time limit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
online time limit <number> (minutes | hours | days) Sets the initial online time for an account.
no online time limit Do not use the online time limit.
start time
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
start time <datetime>
Set the account start date and time. "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS".
use start time Use account start time.
no use start time
Do not use account start time.
subscription plan name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
subscription plan name <newname>
Change the subscription plan name.
public ip reservation
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
public ip reservation
Enables public IP address reservation.
no public ip reservation
Disables public IP address reservation.
public ip subnet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
public ip subnet Set profile to use the public IP subnet for IP Addressing once authenticated.
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no public ip subnet Removes this attribute.
use public ip subnet Use this attribute.
no use public ip subnet Do not use this attribute.
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SNMP user context Path: View > Enable > Config > SNMP user
This context provides commands for configuring SNMP user.
access level
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access level (read-only | read-write) Specifies the access level for this SNMP user.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Returns to a previous context.
password
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
password <password>
Specifies the password for this SNMP user.
security
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
security (md5-des | sha-aes) Specifies the security for this SNMP user.
user name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
user name <name>
Changes the name of this SNMP user.
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SNMP notification receiver context Path: View > Enable > Config > SNMP notification receiver
This context provides commands for configuring SNMP notification receiver.
community
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
community <community>
Specifies the community for this SNMP notification receiver.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Returns to a previous context.
port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
port <number>
Specifies the UDP port for this SNMP notification receiver.
receiver
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
receiver <host>
Changes the host name of the SNMP notification receiver.
user
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
user <name>
Specifies the user for this SNMP notification receiver.
version
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
version (1 | 2c | 3) Specifies the SNMP version for this SNMP notification receiver.
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Active Directory Group context
Path: View > Enable > Config > Active Directory Group
Contains information about attributes to send when a user is related to an Active Directory group.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
access controlled
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access controlled
Make this user access controlled.
no access controlled Make this user not access controlled.
access-controlled profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access-controlled profile <name>
Use this session profile for this account.
no access-controlled profile <name>
Do not use this session profile for this account.
use access-controlled profile Use the Access Controlled profiles.
no use access-controlled profile Do not use the Access Controlled profiles.
access-controlled virtual ap
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
access-controlled virtual ap <name>
Add to the list of allowed virtual APs.
no access-controlled virtual ap <name>
Remove from the list of allowed virtual APs.
use access-controlled virtual ap Use only allowed Virtual APs (VSCs) for this profile.
no use access-controlled virtual ap Use any Virtual APs (VSCs) for this profile.
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active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active Enable this user account.
no active
Disable this user account.
active-directory group name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active-directory group name <name>
Change the name for this user.
egress vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
egress vlan <number>
Set the VLAN tunnel ID.
use egress vlan
Use the VLAN tunnel ID.
no use egress vlan
Do not use the VLAN tunnel ID.
regular profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
regular profile <name>
Apply a non-access-controlled profile.
no regular profile <name>
Remove a non-access-controlled profile.
use regular profile Use the non-access controlled profiles.
no use regular profile Do not use the non-access controlled profiles.
regular virtual ap
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
regular virtual ap <name>
Add to the list of allowed virtual APs (VSCs).
no regular virtual ap <name>
Remove from the list of allowed virtual APs (VSCs).
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use regular virtual ap Use only allowed Virtual APs (VSCs) for this profile.
no use regular virtual ap
Use any Virtual AP (VSC) for this profile.
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Controlled Network AP context
Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP
Contains commands for controlled network AP configuration.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switches to parent context.
execute action
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
execute action (synchronize | accept-suspicious | accept-product | rediscover) Execute an action on the entity’s devices.
execute system action
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
execute system action (restart | reset | switch-mode) Execute a system action on the AP.
show config factory
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show config [factory] Displays the current configuration as a list of CLI commands.
ap group
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ap group <name>
Change the AP group (must Synchronize).
ap name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ap name <name>
Change the current AP name.
config
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config
Switch to generic configuration context.
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contact
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
contact <name>
Modify the contact.
location
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
location <name>
Modify the location.
product type
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
product type (map-320 | map-330 | map-625 | map-630 | msm410 | msm317 ) Set the product type of the AP that you are about to pre-configure. Some legacy product names
are still used. They correspond to HP ProCurve Networking product names as follows:
Name in syntax
Corresponding Hp ProCurve name
map-320
MSM310
map-330
MSM320, MSM325 (with sensor license)
map-625
MSM422
map-630
MSM335
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Controlled Network AP Group context
Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group
Contains commands for controlled network AP Group configuration.
execute action
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
execute action (synchronize | accept-suspicious | accept-product | rediscover) Execute an action on the entity’s devices.
show config factory
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show config [factory] Displays the current configuration as a list of CLI commands.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
config
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config
Switch to generic configuration context.
group name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
group name <name>
Change the current group name.
virtual ap binding
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
virtual ap binding <vapprofile>
Create/use a VAP (VSC) binding.
no virtual ap binding <vapprofile>
Delete a VAP (VSC) binding.
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Controlled Network Base Group context
Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group
Contains commands for controlled network Base Group configuration.
execute action
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
execute action (synchronize | accept-suspicious | accept-product | rediscover) Execute an action on the entity’s devices.
show config factory
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
show config [factory] Displays the current configuration as a list of CLI commands.
config
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
config Switch to generic configuration context.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
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Controlled Network context
Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP > Controlled Network
View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Controlled Network
View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group > Controlled Network
Contains commands for controlled network configuration.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end interface wireless
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface wireless <number> [<product>]
Switch to the wireless interface context.
local mesh group
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
local mesh group <group>
Switch to local mesh group context.
local mesh provisioning group
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
local mesh provisioning group
Switch to local mesh provisioning group context.
provisioning connectivity
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
provisioning connectivity
Switch to provisioning connectivity context.
provisioning discovery
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
provisioning discovery
Switch to provisioning discovery context.
radius profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius profile <profile>
Switch to controlled network radius profile context.
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switch port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
switch port <name>
Switch to the ethernet port context.
syslog
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
syslog
Switch to syslog context.
sensor server name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
sensor server name <name>
Sets the IP address or hostname of the the RF Manager Server to connect to.
Parameters
Name
Specify the IP address of the the RF Manager Server or its hostname. If a
hostname is specified, the service controller must be able to resolve it via
DNS, that is, an entry must be created on the network DNS server that
points to the IP address of the RF Manager Server.
sensor server id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
sensor server id <id>
Sets the server ID of the the RF Manager Server to connect to.
Parameters
Specify the Server ID of the RF Manager Server to connect to. Set the
Server ID to 0 to have the service controller send a discovery request to all
active RF Manager Servers. The service controller will connect to the first
server that responds to the discovery request.
ID
sensor discovery mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
sensor discovery mode (id | ip) Sets the method the service controller will use to communicate with the RF Manager Server.
Parameters
id
Connect using the Server ID of the RF Manager Server.
ip
Connect using the IP address or hostname of the RF Manager Server.
Description
For these methods to work, the following must be true:
„
The service controller must be able to reach the RF Manager Server via a network connected
to port 1 or port 2. For example, you should be able to ping the RF Manager Server IP address
from the service controller.
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„
If there are any firewalls between the service controller and the RF Manager Server, then TCP
and UDP ports 3851 must be open bidirectionally.
„
If using the hostname option, an entry must be created on the network DNS server that points
to the IP address of the RF Manager Server.
„
If using the Server ID option, support for multicast traffic must be enabled on all routers and
switches connected between the service controller and the RF Manager Server.
sensor network detector
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
sensor network detector Enable the Network Detector.
no sensor network detector Disable the Network Detector.
inherit sensor
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit sensor Inherit sensor settings from parent.
no inherit sensor
Do not inherit sensor settings from parent.
dynamic key
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dynamic key Enables dynamic key support for 802.1X and WPA.
no dynamic key Disables dynamic key support for 802.1X and WPA.
dynamic key interval
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dynamic key interval (5m | 10m | 15m | 30m | 1h | 2h | 4h | 8h | 12h) Specifies how often (in minutes or hours) that the group (broadcast) key is changed for 802.1X
and WPA.
dot1x reauth
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot1x reauth Enable this option to force 802.1X client stations to reauthenticate.
no dot1x reauth Disables 802.1X reauthentication.
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dot1x reauth period
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot1x reauth period (15m | 30m | 1h | 2h | 4h | 8h | 12h) Sets the 802.1X reauthentication interval. Client stations must reauthenticate when this interval
expires.
dot1x reauth terminate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot1x reauth terminate Enable this option to allow client stations to remain connected during re-authentication. Client
traffic is blocked only when re-authentication fails.
no dot1x reauth terminate
Disabled this option to block client traffic during re-authentication and only activate traffic again
if authentication succeeds.
dot1x supplicant timeout
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
802.1x supplicant time-out <seconds>
Sets the 802.1X supplicant time-out.
Parameters
<seconds>
time-out in seconds.
inherit 8021x
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit 802.1x Inherit 802.1x settings from parent.
no inherit 802.1x
Do not inherit 802.1x settings from parent.
bridge protocol ieee
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bridge protocol ieee Enable the bridge spanning tree protocol to prevent undesirable loops from occurring in the
network that may result in decreased throughput.
no bridge protocol ieee Disable the bridge spanning tree protocol.
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inherit untagged stp
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit untagged stp Inherit untagged spanning tree protocol settings from parent.
no inherit untagged stp Do not inherit untagged spanning tree protocol settings from parent.
bridge protocol ieee vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
bridge protocol ieee vlan
Enable the bridge spanning tree protocol for VLANs.
no bridge protocol ieee vlan Disable the bridge spanning tree protocol for VLANs.
inherit vlan stp
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit vlan stp Inherit vlan spanning tree protocol settings from parent.
no inherit vlan stp Do not inherit vlan spanning tree protocol settings from parent.
inherit local mesh qos
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit local mesh qos Inherit local mesh QoS settings from parent.
no inherit local mesh qos
Do not inherit local mesh QoS settings from parent.
local mesh ip qos profile
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
local mesh ip qos profile <profile>
Add an IP Qos profile to the profile’s list.
no local mesh ip qos profile <profile>
Delete an IP QoS profile from the profile’s list.
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local mesh qos mechanism
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
local mesh qos mechanism (disabled | 802.1p | very_high | high | normal | low | diffsrv | tos | ip_qos) Set the QoS priority mechanism.
enable vsc services
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
enable vsc services Enable wireless services when the service controller is unreachable.
no enable vsc services Shutdown wireless services when the service controller is unreachable.
inherit service availability
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit service availability Inherit service availability from parent.
no inherit service availability Do not inherit service availability from parent.
inherit l3subnets
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit l3subnets
Inherit L3 subnets from parent.
no inherit l3subnets Do not inherit L3 subnets from parent.
l3subnet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
l3subnet <vlanid> <ipsubnet> <ipnetmask>
Add a new l3subnet to the list.
no l3subnet <vlanid> <ipsubnet> <ipnetmask>
Delete an l3subnet from the list.
inherit switch ports
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit switch ports Inherit settings from the switch ports.
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no inherit switch ports Inherit settings from the switch ports.
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Virtual AP Binding context Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Virtual AP Binding
Configuration for VAP Bindings
dual radio binding
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dual radio binding (radio1 | radio2) Enables radio binding.
no dual radio binding (radio1 | radio2) Disables radio binding.
egress vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
egress vlan Enable the egress vlan.
no egress vlan Disable the egress vlan.
egress vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
egress vlan <number>
Set the egress vlan id.
no egress vlan Disable the egress vlan.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
location aware
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
location aware <name>
Set the location-aware group name.
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Syslog context Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP > Controlled Network > Syslog
View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Controlled Network > Syslog
View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group > Controlled Network > Syslog
Set basic configuration for entity’s logging.
message
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
message (matches | notmatches) <regex>
Use this filter to include log messages. Use a regular expression to define the match criteria for
the log file message field.
no message Disables filtering of the log file message field.
message
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
message Enables filtering of the log file message field.
no message Disables filtering of the log file message field.
process
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
process (matches | notmatches) <string>
Use this filter to include log messages according to their process name.
no process Disables filtering of the log file by process name.
process
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
process Enables filtering of the log file by process name.
no process Disables filtering of the log file by process name.
level
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
level (lower | higher) (debug | info | notice | warning | error | critical | alert | emergency) Defines the severity of messages that will be logged.
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no level Disables filtering of the log file by severity level.
Parameters
debug
Debug-level messages.
info
Informational messages.
notice
Normal, but significant condition.
warning
Warning conditions.
error
Error conditions.
critical
Critical conditions.
alert
Action must be taken immediately.
emergency
System is unusable.
level
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
level Enables filtering of the log file by severity level.
no level Disables filtering of the log file by severity level.
matches
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
matches (any | all) filters All three log file filters (message, process, and level) are combined to filter the log according to
this setting.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
inherit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit Inherit settings from parent.
no inherit Do not inherit setting from parent.
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Provisioning connectivity context Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP > Controlled Network > Provisioning connectivity
View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Controlled Network > Provisioning connectivity
View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group > Controlled Network > Provisioning connectivity
Set basic configuration for entity’s provisioning connectivity.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
inherit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit Inherit provisioning interface settings from parent.
no inherit Do not inherit provisioning interface settings from parent.
interface
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface (port1 | local-mesh) Set the provisioning interface.
interface provisioninig
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
interface provisioninig Enable interface provisioning.
ip assignation
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip assignation (static | dhcp) Set the ip assignment method.
vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
vlan Enable use of the provisioning vlan.
no vlan Disable use of the provisioning vlan.
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vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
vlan <id>
Set the provisioning vlan id.
no vlan Disable use of the provisioning vlan.
static ip
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
static ip <ip> <netmask> <gateway>
Set the static IP address.
provisioning local mesh group
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
provisioning local mesh group <id>
Set the local mesh group id.
provisioning local mesh key
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
provisioning local mesh key <key>
Set the local mesh security key.
provisioning local mesh port
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
provisioning local mesh port (radio1 | radio2) Set the radio used for local mesh .
provisioning local mesh security
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
provisioning local mesh security Enable the use of local mesh security.
no provisioning local mesh security Disable the use of local mesh security.
provisioning local mesh security
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
provisioning local mesh security (wep | tkip | ccmp) Set the local mesh security mode.
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no provisioning local mesh security Disable the use of local mesh security.
provisioning local mesh type
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
provisioning local mesh type (a | b | g | bg) Set the wireless mode for local mesh .
country code
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
country code <code>
Set the country code for local mesh .
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Provisioning discovery context Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP > Controlled Network > Provisioning discovery
View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Controlled Network > Provisioning discovery
View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group > Controlled Network > Provisioning discovery
Set basic configuration for entity’s provisioning discovery.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
dns name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dns name <name>
Add a DNS name to the list.
no dns name <name>
Delete a DNS name from the list.
dns provisioning
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dns provisioning Enable DNS provisioning.
no dns provisioning Disable DNS provisioning.
inherit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit Inherit provisioning discovery settings from parent.
no inherit Do not inherit provisioning discovery settings from parent.
dns domain name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dns domain name <name>
Set the DNS domain name.
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dns server
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dns server <ip>
Add a DNS server to the list.
no dns server <ip>
Delete a DNS server from the list.
discovery provisioning
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
discovery provisioning
Enable discovery provisioning.
no discovery provisioning
Disable discovery provisioning.
ip address
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip address <ip>
Add an IP address to the list.
no ip address <ip>
Delete an IP address from the list.
ip provisioning
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ip provisioning
Enable IP provisioning.
no ip provisioning
Disable IP provisioning.
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CN Wireless interface context Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP > Controlled Network > CN Wireless interface
View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Controlled Network > CN Wireless interface
View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group > Controlled Network > CN Wireless interface
Configuration for controlled-mode wireless interfaces.
dot11
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11 <mode> <frequency>
Sets the wireless mode and the frequency the service controller will operate at.
Parameters
<mode>
Sets the transmission speed and frequency band. The available options are
determined by the wireless card installed in the service controller, and may
include:
„
a: Selects 802.11a providing 54 Mbps in the 5 GHz frequency band.
„
b: Selects 802.11b providing 11 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz frequency band.
„
g: Selects 802.11g providing 54 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz frequency band.
„
bg: Selects 802.11b + 802.11g providing 11 and 54 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz frequency band.
„
n: Selects 802.11n.
„
an: Selects 802.11n + 802.11a, on the 5Ghz frequency band.
„
gn: Selects 802.11n + 802.11g, on the 2.4Ghz frequency band.
„
bgn: Selects 802.11n + 802.11g + 802.11b, on the 2.4Ghz frequency band.
<frequency>
Sets the operating frequency by specifying a number in GHz or by
specifying a channel number. The frequencies that are available are
determined by the radio installed in the service controller and the regulations that apply in your country.
For optimum performance when operating in 802.11b or 802.11g modes, choose a frequency that differs from other wireless access points operating in neighboring cells by at least 25 MHz.
If operating in 802.11a mode, all channels are non-overlapping.
distance
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
distance (small | medium | large)
Sets the distance between access points.
Use this parameter to adjust the receiver sensitivity of the service controller. This parameter
should only be changed if:
„
you have more than one wireless access point installed in your location
„
you are experiencing throughput problems
In all other cases, use the default setting of Large.
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If you have installed multiple service controllers, reducing the receiver sensitivity of the service
controller from its maximum will help to reduce the amount of crosstalk between the wireless
stations to better support roaming clients. By reducing the receiver sensitivity, client stations will
be more likely to connect with the nearest access point.
transmit power
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
transmit power (DB | max)
Sets the maximum transmission power of the wireless radio.
Parameters
<db>
Power is specified in steps of 1dBm. The maximum setting is 18 dBm.
Note: The actual transmit power used may less than the value specified. The service controller
determines the power to used based on the settings you made for regulatory domain, wireless
mode, and operating frequency.
multicast rate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
multicast rate (1 | 2 | 5.5 | 6 | 9 | 11 | 12 | 18 | 24 | 36 | 48 | 54) Sets the transmit rate for multicast traffic.
This is a fixed rate, which means that if a station is too far away to receive traffic at this rate, then
the multicast will not be seen by the station. By rasing the multicast rate you can increase overall throughput significantly.
dot11 automatic frequency
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11 automatic frequency
Enable this option to have the service controller automatically determine the best operating
frequency.
no dot11 automatic frequency Disable automatic frequency selection.
dot11 automatic frequency period
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11 automatic frequency period (disabled | 1h | 2h | 4h | 8h | 12h | 24h) Specify how often the frequency setting is re-evaluated when automatic frequency selection is
enabled.
dot11 automatic frequency time
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11 automatic frequency time <time>
Specify when the channel should be re-evaluated.
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dot11 automatic transmit-power
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11 automatic transmit-power Enables automatic transmit power selection.
no dot11 automatic transmit-power
Disables automatic transmit power selection.
dot11 automatic transmit-power period
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11 automatic transmit-power period (1h | 2h | 4h | 8h | 12h | 24h) Sets the interval at which the transmit power setting is re-evaluated when automatic power
selection is enabled.
antenna bidirectionnal
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
antenna bidirectionnal (diversity | main | auxiliary) Sets the antenna to transmit and receive on. Select diversity to transmit and receive on both
antennas.
Parameters
diversity
In this mode both antennas are used to transmit and receive. The service
controller supports both transmit and receive diversity.
main
Transmit and receive on the main antenna only.
aux
Transmit and receive on the aux antenna only.
antenna gain
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
antenna gain <number>
Used only for Radar detection, records gain (in 5GHz band) of external antenna installed on
device. Does not affect output power.
autochannel skip
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
autochannel skip <chan>
Adds the specified channel to the list of channels that are not allowed to be selected by the Auto
Channel algorithm.
station distance
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
station distance (0km | 5km | 10km | 15km | 20km | 25km | 30km | 35km) Fine tunes internal timeout settings to account for the distance that wireless links span. For
normal operation, the AP is optimized for links of less than 1 km.
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This is a global setting that is useful when creating wireless links to remote sites. However, it also
applies to all wireless connection made with the radio, not just for wireless links. Therefore, if you
are also using the radio to serve local wireless client stations, adjusting this setting may lower the
performance for clients with marginal signal strength or when interference is present.
(Essentially, it means that if a frame needs to be retransmitted it will take longer before the actual
retransmit takes place.)
beacon interval
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
beacon interval <value>
Sets the beacon interval.
Parameters
< value>
Beacon interval value in the range 20 and 500 time units (TU) (1 TU =
1024us).
rts threshold
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
rts threshold <value>
Sets the RTS threshold.
no rts threshold Deletes the RTS threshold value.
Parameters
< value>
Threshold value in the range 128 and 1540.
Description
Use this parameter to control collisions on the link that can reduce throughput. If the Status
Wireless page on the management tool shows increasing values for Tx multiple retry frames or Tx
single retry frames, you should adjust this value until the errors clear up. Start with a value of 1024
and then decrease to 512 until errors are reduced or eliminated.
Using a small value for RTS threshold can affect throughput.
If a packet is larger than the threshold, the service controller will hold it and issue a request to
send (RTS) message to the client station. Only when the client station replies with a clear to send
(CTS) message will the service controller send the packet. Packets smaller than the threshold are
transmitted without this handshake.
dot11 mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11 mode (monitor | ap+wds | ap-only | wds-only | sensor) Sets the operating mode for the radio.
radio active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radio active Enables the radio.
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no radio active Disables the radio.
spectralink view
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
spectralink view
Enable the use of spectralink view.
no spectralink view
Disable the use of spectralink view.
dot11n guard interval
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11n guard interval (short | long)
Select the 802.11n guard interval.
dot11n channel width
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11n channel width (40 | 20 | auto)
Select the 802.11n channel width.
dot11n channel extension
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11n channel extension (above | below) Select the 802.11n channel extension. Applicable only in the 2.4 GHz band with a 40 MHz channel
width.
dot11n multicast rate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot11n multicast rate <rate>
Set the multicast rate for use with 802.11n networks.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
inherit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit Inherit settings from parent.
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no inherit Do not inherit settings from parent.
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RADIUS Profile context Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP > Controlled Network > RADIUS Profile
View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Controlled Network > RADIUS Profile
View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group > Controlled Network > RADIUS Profile
Basic per entity RADIUS Profile configuration.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
inherit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit Inherit settings from parent.
no inherit Do not inherit settings from parent.
radius nas id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radius nas id <nasid>
Set the radius profile NAS Id.
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Local mesh profile context
Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP > Controlled Network > Local mesh profile
View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Controlled Network > Local mesh profile
View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group > Controlled Network > Local mesh profile
Configuration for local mesh profiles.
security
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
security
Enables wireless security.
no security
Disables wireless security.
security mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
security mode (wep | tkip | ccmp)
Set the security mode.
security psk
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
security psk <secret>
Sets the PSK secret.
no security psk
Clears the PSK secret.
security wep
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
security wep <key>
Sets the WEP key.
no security wep
Deletes the WEP key.
dynamic mode
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dynamic mode (master | alt-master | slave)
Selects the dynamic operation mode.
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mesh id
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mesh id <id>
Set the local mesh group id.
allowed downtime
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
allowed downtime <number>
Set the allowed downtime for a connection (or a link) to a peer.
minimum snr
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
minimum snr <number>
Slave: Set the group’s minimum SNR.
snr cost per hop
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
snr cost per hop <number>
Slave: Set the group’s SNR cost per hop.
initial discovery time
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
initial discovery time <number>
Slave: Set the group’s initial discovery time in seconds.
active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active Activates the local mesh group.
no active
Deactivates the local mesh group.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
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inherit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit Inherit settings from parent.
no inherit Do not inherit settings from parent.
name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
name <name>
Renames the current local mesh group.
radio active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
radio active (radio1 | radio2) Enables the radio.
no radio active (radio1 | radio2)
Disables the radio.
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Local mesh provisioning profile context Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP > Controlled Network > Local mesh provisioning profile
View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Controlled Network > Local mesh provisioning
profile
View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group > Controlled Network > Local mesh provisioning
profile
Configuration for local mesh provisioning profile.
accept connection
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
accept connection
Enable this group to act as alternate master.
no accept connection Prevent this group from acting as alternate master.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Switch to parent context.
inherit
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
inherit Inherit settings from parent.
no inherit Do not inherit settings from parent.
multiple radio
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
multiple radio On multiple radio products, use all available radios.
no multiple radio
On multiple radio products, do not use all available radios.
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Switch port context Path: View > Enable > Controlled Network AP > Controlled Network > Switch port
View > Enable > Controlled Network AP Group > Controlled Network > Switch port
View > Enable > Controlled Network Base Group > Controlled Network > Switch port
Switch port configuration.
Note
|
The commands in this context are used to perform configuration of the Ethernet switch built
into the MSM317 Access Device.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Back to parent context.
active
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
active Activate this port.
no active
Deactivate this port.
authentication profile vsc
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication profile vsc <name>
Set the VSC (Virtual AP) to use for authentication.
use authentication profile vsc Use the VSC (Virtual AP) for authentication.
no use authentication profile vsc
Ignore the VSC (Virtual AP) for authentication.
authentication server radius
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
authentication server radius <name>
Select RADIUS profile to use.
dot1x authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dot1x authentication Enable support for IEEE802.1X.
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no dot1x authentication Disable support for IEEE802.1X.
dynamic vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
dynamic vlan Enable dynamic VLAN.
no dynamic vlan Disable dynamic VLAN.
egress rate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
egress rate <(128k|256k|512k|1m|2m|4m|8m|16m|32m)>
Set the maximum rate at which this port will accept egress traffic.
use egress rate Limit the egress data rate.
no use egress rate Do not limit the egress data rate.
force flow control
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
force flow control Force flow control on this port.
no force flow control Do not force flow control on this port.
ingress rate
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ingress rate <(128k|256k|512k|1m|2m|4m|8m|16m|32m)>
Set the maximum rate at which this port will accept ingress traffic.
use ingress rate Limit the ingress data rate.
no use ingress rate Do not limit the ingress data rate.
ingress traffic type
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
ingress traffic type (broadcast | multicast+broadcast | all) Select the type of traffic to which rate limiting applies.
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mac authentication
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac authentication Enable support for MAC-based authentication.
no mac authentication Disable support for MAC-based authentication.
mac filter list
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
mac filter list <name>
Accept MAC addresses set in these lists.
no mac filter list <name>
Remove this list of MAC ranges.
port name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
port name <name>
Change the port name.
port type
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
port type (tagged | untagged)
Configure the port type.
power over ethernet
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
power over ethernet
Use PoE on this port.
no power over ethernet
Do not use PoE on this port.
priority
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
priority (low | medium | high | very-high)
Set the default QoS priority for this port.
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priority lookup
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
priority lookup (diffsrv | 802.1p | any) Choose the port priority lookup.
use priority lookup Turn on priority lookup for this port.
no use priority lookup Turn on priority lookup for this port.
quarantine vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
quarantine vlan <number>
Set the quarantine VLAN ID.
no quarantine vlan Clear the quarantine VLAN.
use quarantine vlan Use the quarantine VLAN setting.
no use quarantine vlan Do not use the quarantine VLAN setting.
vlan
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
vlan <number>
Set the VLAN ID for this port.
use vlan Apply the VLAN.
no use vlan Do not apply the VLAN.
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List of MAC addresses context Path: View > Enable > Config > List of MAC addresses
Use to modify a list of MAC addresses.
end
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
end Go to previous context.
entry
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
entry <mac>
Adds a new entry to the list.
no entry <mac>
Removes the entry from the list.
list name
Supported on: MSM710 MSM730 MSM750 MSM760 MSM765zl
list name <string>
Change the current list name.
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