SCALANCE W780/W740 to IEEE 802.11n Command Line Interface

SCALANCE W780/W740 to IEEE 802.11n Command Line Interface

SCALANCE W780/W740 to IEEE

802.11n Command Line Interface

SIMATIC NET

Industrial Wireless LAN

SCALANCE W780/W740 to IEEE

802.11n Command Line Interface

Configuration Manual

Functions specific to

SCALANCE

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Table of contents

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2

3

Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. 17

Description ............................................................................................................................................... 23

2.1

2.2

Working with the Command Line Interface (CLI) .................................................................... 23

CLI modes ............................................................................................................................... 25

2.3

2.4

The CLI command prompt ...................................................................................................... 27

Symbols of the CLI commands ............................................................................................... 28

2.5

2.5.1

2.5.2

2.6

2.6.1

2.6.2

2.6.3

2.6.4

2.6.5

2.6.5.1

2.6.5.2

2.6.5.3

2.6.5.4

2.6.5.5

2.6.5.6

2.6.5.7

Interface identifiers and addresses ......................................................................................... 29

Naming interfaces ................................................................................................................... 29

Address types, address ranges and address masks .............................................................. 31

General CLI commands .......................................................................................................... 32 clear screen ............................................................................................................................ 32 do ............................................................................................................................................ 32

end .......................................................................................................................................... 33 exit........................................................................................................................................... 33

Help functions and supported input ........................................................................................ 34 help ......................................................................................................................................... 34

The command "?" ................................................................................................................... 35

Completion of command entries ............................................................................................. 36

Abbreviated notation of commands ........................................................................................ 36

Reusing the last used commands ........................................................................................... 37

Working through a command sequence ................................................................................. 37

show history ............................................................................................................................ 38

Configuration ........................................................................................................................................... 39

3.1

3.1.1

3.1.1.1

3.1.1.2

3.1.1.3

3.1.1.4

3.1.1.5

3.1.1.6

System .................................................................................................................................... 40 show commands ..................................................................................................................... 40 show cli-console-timeout ........................................................................................................ 40 show coordinates .................................................................................................................... 40

show device information ......................................................................................................... 41

show im ................................................................................................................................... 42 show interfaces ....................................................................................................................... 42

show interfaces ... counters .................................................................................................... 43

3.1.1.7

3.1.1.8

show interface mtu .................................................................................................................. 44

show ip interface ..................................................................................................................... 45

3.1.1.9

show pnio ................................................................................................................................ 46

3.1.1.10

show lldp neighbors ................................................................................................................ 46

3.1.1.11

show lldp status ...................................................................................................................... 47

3.1.1.12

show versions ......................................................................................................................... 47

3.1.2

3.1.3

3.1.4

3.1.5

3.1.6

clear counters ......................................................................................................................... 48

configure terminal ................................................................................................................... 49

clear line vty ............................................................................................................................ 50 disable ..................................................................................................................................... 50

enable ..................................................................................................................................... 51

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3.2

3.2.1

3.2.2

3.2.3

3.2.4

3.2.5

3.2.5.1

3.2.6

3.2.6.1

3.2.6.2

3.2.6.3

3.2.6.4

3.2.6.5

3.2.6.6

3.2.6.7

3.1.7

3.1.8

3.1.9

3.1.9.1

3.1.9.2

3.1.9.3

3.1.9.4

3.1.9.5

logout ..................................................................................................................................... 52 ping ........................................................................................................................................ 52

Commands in the global configuration mode ........................................................................ 53

coordinates height .................................................................................................................. 54 coordinates latitude ................................................................................................................ 54

coordinates longitude ............................................................................................................. 55

interface ................................................................................................................................. 56

no interface ............................................................................................................................ 57

3.1.9.6

3.1.9.7

3.1.9.8

3.1.9.9

cli-console-timeout ................................................................................................................. 58

no cli-console-timeout ............................................................................................................ 59 system contact ....................................................................................................................... 59

system location ...................................................................................................................... 60

3.1.9.10

system name .......................................................................................................................... 61

3.1.9.11

username ............................................................................................................................... 61

3.1.10

Commands in the Interface configuration mode .................................................................... 62

3.1.10.1

alias ........................................................................................................................................ 62

3.1.10.2

no alias ................................................................................................................................... 63

3.1.10.3

duplex ..................................................................................................................................... 64

3.1.10.4

no duplex ................................................................................................................................ 65

3.1.10.5

lldp .......................................................................................................................................... 65

3.1.10.6

no lldp ..................................................................................................................................... 66

3.1.10.7

negotiation .............................................................................................................................. 67

3.1.10.8

no negotiation ......................................................................................................................... 68

3.1.10.9

mtu ......................................................................................................................................... 68

3.1.10.10 shutdown complete ................................................................................................................ 69

3.1.10.11 no shutdown ........................................................................................................................... 70

3.1.10.12 speed ..................................................................................................................................... 71

Load and Save ....................................................................................................................... 72 show loadsave files ................................................................................................................ 72

show loadsave tftp ................................................................................................................. 73 save filetype ........................................................................................................................... 73

load tftp .................................................................................................................................. 74

Commands in the global configuration mode ........................................................................ 75 loadsave ................................................................................................................................. 75

Commands in the LOADSAVE configuration mode ............................................................... 76

delete ..................................................................................................................................... 77

tftp filename ............................................................................................................................ 78

tftp load .................................................................................................................................. 79 tftp save .................................................................................................................................. 79

tftp server ............................................................................................................................... 80

password ................................................................................................................................ 81

no password ........................................................................................................................... 82

3.3

3.3.1

3.4

3.4.1

3.4.2

3.4.3

3.4.3.1

3.4.3.2

Reset and Defaults ................................................................................................................ 84 restart ..................................................................................................................................... 84

Configuration Save & Restore ............................................................................................... 86 show running-config ............................................................................................................... 86

write startup-config ................................................................................................................. 88

Commands in the global configuration mode ........................................................................ 88

auto-save ............................................................................................................................... 89

no auto-save .......................................................................................................................... 90

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4.5

4.5.1

4.5.2

4.5.2.1

4.5.2.2

4.5.2.3

4.5.2.4

4.5.2.5

4.5.2.6

4.5.2.7

4.6

4.6.1

4.6.2

4.6.2.1

4.6.2.2

4.6.2.3

4.6.2.4

4.7

4.3

4.3.1

4.3.2

4.3.3

4.3.3.1

4.3.3.2

4.4

4.4.1

4.4.2

4.4.3

4.4.4

4.4.5

3.5

3.5.1

3.5.2

3.5.2.1

3.5.2.2

SINEMA .................................................................................................................................. 91 show sinema ........................................................................................................................... 91

Commands in the global configuration mode ......................................................................... 91 sinema .................................................................................................................................... 91

no sinema ............................................................................................................................... 92

Functions specific to SCALANCE ............................................................................................................ 93

4.1

4.1.1

4.1.2

4.1.2.1

4.1.3

4.1.3.1

4.1.3.2

4.2

4.2.1

4.2.2

4.2.2.1

4.2.2.2

PLUG ...................................................................................................................................... 94 show plug ................................................................................................................................ 94

Commands in the global configuration mode ......................................................................... 94

plug ......................................................................................................................................... 95

Commands in the Plug Configuration mode ........................................................................... 95

factoryclean ............................................................................................................................. 96 write ........................................................................................................................................ 96

WBM ....................................................................................................................................... 97 show web-session-timeout ..................................................................................................... 97

Commands in the global configuration mode ......................................................................... 97

web-session-timeout ............................................................................................................... 98

no web-session-timeout .......................................................................................................... 99

Digital input/output ................................................................................................................ 100 show digital input .................................................................................................................. 100

show digital output ................................................................................................................ 101

Commands in the global configuration mode ....................................................................... 101

digital output open ................................................................................................................. 102

digital output closed .............................................................................................................. 103

Signal recorder ...................................................................................................................... 104 show wlan signal-recorder (Client) ....................................................................................... 104

wlan signal-recorder start (client) .......................................................................................... 105

wlan signal-recorder stop (client) .......................................................................................... 106

wlan signal-recorder display (client) ..................................................................................... 107

wlan signal-recorder display sample_number (Client) .......................................................... 108

iPCF ...................................................................................................................................... 110 show wlan ipcf ....................................................................................................................... 110

WLAN Interface Configuration mode .................................................................................... 111 wlan ipcf ................................................................................................................................ 111

no wlan ipcf ........................................................................................................................... 112 wlan ipcf pnio-support (access point) ................................................................................... 112

no wlan ipcf pnio-support (access point) .............................................................................. 113

wlan ipcf cycle-time (access point) ....................................................................................... 114

wlan ipcf scan-mode (access point) ...................................................................................... 115

wlan ipcf signal-quality-threshold (access point) .................................................................. 116

iPCF-MC ............................................................................................................................... 118 show wlan ipcf-mc ................................................................................................................. 118

Commands in the WLAN configuration mode ...................................................................... 119 wlan ipcf-mc .......................................................................................................................... 119

no wlan ipcf-mc ..................................................................................................................... 120

wlan ipcf-mc cycle-time (access point) ................................................................................. 121

wlan ipcf-mc mgmt-scan-period (client) ................................................................................ 122

iREF ...................................................................................................................................... 123

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4.7.1

4.7.2

4.7.2.1

4.7.2.2

4.8

4.8.1

4.8.2

4.8.2.1

4.8.2.2

show wlan iref ...................................................................................................................... 123

WLAN Interface configuration mode .................................................................................... 124 wlan iref ................................................................................................................................ 124

no wlan iref ........................................................................................................................... 125

AeroScout ............................................................................................................................ 126 show wlan aeroscout ........................................................................................................... 126

WLAN Interface configuration mode .................................................................................... 127

wlan aeroscout ..................................................................................................................... 128 no wlan aeroscout ................................................................................................................ 128

5

System time ........................................................................................................................................... 129

5.1

5.1.1

5.1.1.1

5.1.1.2

5.1.2

5.1.2.1

5.1.2.2

5.1.2.3

5.1.2.4

5.1.2.5

5.2

5.2.1

5.2.2

5.2.2.1

5.2.3

5.2.3.1

5.2.3.2

5.2.3.3

5.3

5.3.1

5.3.2

5.3.3

5.3.4

5.3.4.1

5.3.5

5.3.5.1

5.3.5.2

5.3.5.3

5.3.5.4

System time setting .............................................................................................................. 130

The "show" commands ........................................................................................................ 130 show time ............................................................................................................................. 130 show dst info ........................................................................................................................ 130

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 131 time ...................................................................................................................................... 131

time set ................................................................................................................................. 132

time dst date ......................................................................................................................... 133

time dst recurring ................................................................................................................. 134

no time dst ............................................................................................................................ 135

NTP client ............................................................................................................................. 136 show ntp info ........................................................................................................................ 136

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 136

ntp ........................................................................................................................................ 137

Commands in the NTP configuration mode ......................................................................... 137

ntp server ............................................................................................................................. 138

no ntp server ........................................................................................................................ 139

ntp time diff ........................................................................................................................... 140

SNTP client .......................................................................................................................... 141 show sntp broadcast-mode status ....................................................................................... 141 show sntp status .................................................................................................................. 141

show sntp unicast-mode status ............................................................................................ 142

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 142

sntp ...................................................................................................................................... 143

Commands in the SNTP configuration mode ...................................................................... 143

sntp time diff ......................................................................................................................... 144

sntp unicast-server ............................................................................................................... 145

no sntp unicast-server .......................................................................................................... 146

sntp client addressing-mode ................................................................................................ 147

6

Network structures ................................................................................................................................. 149

6.1

6.1.1

6.1.1.1

6.1.1.2

6.1.1.3

6.1.1.4

6.1.1.5

6.1.1.6

6.1.1.7

WLAN ................................................................................................................................... 149

The "show" commands ........................................................................................................ 149 show wlan advanced ............................................................................................................ 149

show wlan allowed channels ................................................................................................ 151

show wlan antennas ............................................................................................................ 152

show wlan ap (access point) ................................................................................................ 153

show wlan advanced-11n .................................................................................................... 154

show wlan available-ap-list (client) ...................................................................................... 155 show wlan basic ................................................................................................................... 155

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6.1.3

6.1.3.1

6.1.4

6.1.4.1

6.1.4.2

6.1.4.3

6.1.4.4

6.1.5

6.1.5.1

6.1.5.2

6.1.5.3

6.1.5.4

6.1.5.5

6.1.5.6

6.1.5.7

6.1.5.8

6.1.1.8

6.1.1.9

show wlan client (Client) ....................................................................................................... 157

show wlan client-list (access point) ....................................................................................... 158

6.1.1.10

show wlan client-list-vap (access point)................................................................................ 159

6.1.1.11

show wlan data rates (access point) ..................................................................................... 160

6.1.1.12

show wlan device .................................................................................................................. 161

6.1.1.13

show wlan overlap-ap-list (access point) .............................................................................. 162

6.1.1.14

show wlan overview .............................................................................................................. 162

6.1.1.15

show wlan ssid-table (client) ................................................................................................. 164

6.1.1.16

show wlan statistics .............................................................................................................. 165

6.1.1.17

show wlan vap (access point) ............................................................................................... 166

6.1.1.18

show wlan wds (access point) .............................................................................................. 167

6.1.1.19

show wlan wds-list (access point) ......................................................................................... 168

6.1.1.20

show wlan ip-mapping .......................................................................................................... 169

6.1.2

clear wlan statistics ............................................................................................................... 169

Commands in the global configuration mode ....................................................................... 170 wlan ....................................................................................................................................... 170

Commands in the WLAN configuration mode ...................................................................... 171 device mode .......................................................................................................................... 171

commit mode ........................................................................................................................ 172

commit wlan-settings ............................................................................................................ 173

country .................................................................................................................................. 174

Commands in the WLAN Interface configuration mode ....................................................... 175 wlan allowed channels .......................................................................................................... 175

wlan allowed channels only .................................................................................................. 176

no wlan allowed channels only ............................................................................................. 177

wlan alternative channel (access point) ................................................................................ 178

wlan ampdu ........................................................................................................................... 179

no wlan ampdu ...................................................................................................................... 180

wlan ampdu bytes-limit ......................................................................................................... 181

wlan ampdu frames-limit ....................................................................................................... 182

wlan antenna additional-attenuation ..................................................................................... 183

6.1.5.9

6.1.5.10

wlan antenna cable-length .................................................................................................... 184

6.1.5.11

wlan antenna gain-2-4GHz ................................................................................................... 185

6.1.5.12

wlan antenna gain-5GHz ...................................................................................................... 186

6.1.5.13

wlan antenna type ................................................................................................................. 186

6.1.5.14

wlan antenna mode ............................................................................................................... 187

6.1.5.15

wlan any ssid (Client) ............................................................................................................ 189

6.1.5.16

no wlan any ssid (client) ....................................................................................................... 190

6.1.5.17

wlan background scan interval (client) .................................................................................. 191

6.1.5.18

wlan background scan mode (client) .................................................................................... 192

6.1.5.19

wlan beacon interval (access point) ...................................................................................... 193

6.1.5.20

wlan channel (Access Point) ................................................................................................. 194

6.1.5.21

wlan client mac mode (client) ............................................................................................... 195

6.1.5.22

wlan client mac address (client) ............................................................................................ 196

6.1.5.23

wlan data rates-11abg selected only (access point) ............................................................. 197

6.1.5.24

no wlan data rates-11abg selected only (access point) ........................................................ 198

6.1.5.25

wlan data rates-11n selected only (access point) ................................................................. 199

6.1.5.26

no wlan data rates-11n selected only (access point) ............................................................ 200

6.1.5.27

wlan data rate-11abg (access point) ..................................................................................... 201

6.1.5.28

wlan data rate-11n (access point) ......................................................................................... 202

6.1.5.29

wlan data rate-11abg defaults (access point) ....................................................................... 204

6.1.5.30

wlan data rate-11n defaults (Access Point) .......................................................................... 205

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6.2

6.2.1

6.2.1.1

6.2.1.2

6.2.1.3

6.2.1.4

6.2.1.5

6.2.1.6

6.2.1.7

6.2.1.8

6.2.2

6.2.2.1

6.2.2.2

6.2.2.3

6.2.2.4

6.2.2.5

6.2.2.6

6.2.3

6.2.3.1

6.2.3.2

6.1.5.31

wlan dfs ................................................................................................................................ 206

6.1.5.32

no wlan dfs ........................................................................................................................... 207

6.1.5.33

wlan dtim (access point) ...................................................................................................... 208

6.1.5.34

wlan ssid-table edit (client) ................................................................................................... 209

6.1.5.35

wlan force roaming eth-down (access point) ....................................................................... 210

6.1.5.36

no wlan force roaming eth-down (access point) .................................................................. 211

6.1.5.37

wlan fragmentation threshold ............................................................................................... 212

6.1.5.38

wlan frequency band (access point) .................................................................................... 213

6.1.5.39

wlan frequency band (client) ................................................................................................ 214

6.1.5.40

wlan guard interval (access point) ....................................................................................... 215

6.1.5.41

wlan ht channel width (access point) ................................................................................... 216

6.1.5.42

wlan hw-retries ..................................................................................................................... 217

6.1.5.43

wlan max tx-power ............................................................................................................... 218

6.1.5.44

wlan mode (access point) .................................................................................................... 219

6.1.5.45

wlan mode (client) ................................................................................................................ 220

6.1.5.46

wlan outdoor ......................................................................................................................... 222

6.1.5.47

no wlan outdoor.................................................................................................................... 223

6.1.5.48

wlan overlap-ap aging (access point) .................................................................................. 224

6.1.5.49

wlan roaming threshold (client) ............................................................................................ 225

6.1.5.50

wlan rts-cts threshold ........................................................................................................... 226

6.1.6

6.1.6.1

6.1.6.2

6.1.6.3

6.1.6.4

6.1.6.5

6.1.6.6

6.1.7

6.1.7.1

6.1.7.2

6.1.7.3

6.1.7.4

Commands in the VAP Interface Configuration mode ......................................................... 227 vap wds id (access point) ..................................................................................................... 227

vap ssid (access point) ........................................................................................................ 228

vap broadcast ssid (access point) ........................................................................................ 230

no vap broadcast ssid (access point) .................................................................................. 231

vap wds only (access point) ................................................................................................. 232

no vap wds only (access point) ............................................................................................ 233

Commands in the WDS Interface Configuration mode ........................................................ 234 wds partner id-type (access point) ....................................................................................... 234

wds partner mac (access point) ........................................................................................... 235

wds partner wds-id (access point) ....................................................................................... 236

wds connection over (access point) ..................................................................................... 237

VLAN .................................................................................................................................... 238

The "show" commands ........................................................................................................ 238 show dot1d mac-address-table ............................................................................................ 238

show mac-address-table ...................................................................................................... 239

show mac-address-table count ............................................................................................ 240

show mac-address-table dynamic unicast ........................................................................... 241

show vlan ............................................................................................................................. 242 show vlan device info ........................................................................................................... 242

show vlan learning params .................................................................................................. 243

show vlan port config ........................................................................................................... 244

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 244

mac-address-table aging ..................................................................................................... 245 no mac-address-table aging ................................................................................................ 245

vlan ....................................................................................................................................... 246

no vlan .................................................................................................................................. 247

base bridge-mode ................................................................................................................ 248

mgmt vlan ............................................................................................................................. 249

Commands in the interface configuration mode .................................................................. 250 switchport acceptable-frame-type ........................................................................................ 250

switchport access vlan ......................................................................................................... 251

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6.2.3.3

6.2.3.4

6.2.3.5

6.2.3.6

6.2.3.7

6.2.3.8

6.2.3.9

6.2.4

6.2.4.1

6.2.4.2

6.2.4.3

6.2.4.4

no switchport access vlan ..................................................................................................... 251

switchport ingress-filter ......................................................................................................... 252

no switchport ingress-filter .................................................................................................... 253

switchport priority default ...................................................................................................... 254 no switchport priority default ................................................................................................. 254

switchport pvid ...................................................................................................................... 255

no switchport pvid ................................................................................................................. 256

Commands in the VLAN configuration mode ....................................................................... 257 name ..................................................................................................................................... 257

no name ................................................................................................................................ 258 ports ...................................................................................................................................... 258

no ports ................................................................................................................................. 260

6.3

6.3.1

6.3.1.1

6.3.1.2

6.3.1.3

6.3.1.4

6.3.1.5

6.3.1.6

6.3.1.7

6.3.1.8

6.3.1.9

6.3.2

6.3.3

6.3.3.1

6.3.3.2

6.3.3.3

Spanning Tree ...................................................................................................................... 262

The "show" commands ......................................................................................................... 262 show spanning-tree ............................................................................................................... 262

show spanning-tree active .................................................................................................... 263 show spanning-tree bridge ................................................................................................... 263

show spanning-tree detail ..................................................................................................... 264

show spanning-tree interface ................................................................................................ 265

show spanning-tree l2t-edge ................................................................................................ 266 show spanning-tree mst configuration .................................................................................. 266

show spanning-tree mst interface ......................................................................................... 267

show spanning-tree root ....................................................................................................... 268

clear spanning-tree counters ................................................................................................ 269

Commands in the global configuration mode ....................................................................... 270 spanning-tree ........................................................................................................................ 270

no spanning-tree ................................................................................................................... 271 spanning-tree compatibility ................................................................................................... 271

6.3.3.4

6.3.3.5

6.3.3.6

6.3.3.7

no spanning-tree compatibility .............................................................................................. 272

spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge .................................................................................................. 273

no spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge ............................................................................................. 274 spanning-tree l2t-edge .......................................................................................................... 274

6.3.3.8

6.3.3.9

no spanning-tree l2t-edge ..................................................................................................... 275

spanning-tree mst configuration ........................................................................................... 276

6.3.3.10

spanning-tree mst instance-id root ....................................................................................... 276

6.3.3.11

no spanning-tree mst instance-id root .................................................................................. 277

6.3.3.12

spanning-tree mst max-hops ................................................................................................ 278

6.3.3.13

no spanning-tree mst max-hops ........................................................................................... 279

6.3.3.14

spanning-tree priority ............................................................................................................ 280

6.3.3.15

no spanning-tree priority ....................................................................................................... 281

6.3.3.16

Time settings for the Spanning Tree protocol ....................................................................... 282

6.3.4

Commands in the interface configuration mode ................................................................... 284

spanning-tree ........................................................................................................................ 285

6.3.4.1

6.3.4.2

6.3.4.3

6.3.4.4

6.3.4.5

6.3.4.6

6.3.4.7

6.3.4.8

6.3.4.9

no spanning-tree ................................................................................................................... 287

spanning-tree auto-edge ....................................................................................................... 288

no spanning-tree auto-edge .................................................................................................. 289 spanning-tree bdpufilter ........................................................................................................ 289

spanning-tree bpdu-receive .................................................................................................. 290

spanning-tree bpdu-transmit ................................................................................................. 291 spanning-tree mst ................................................................................................................. 291

no spanning-tree mst ............................................................................................................ 293

6.3.4.10

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no spanning-tree mst hello-time ........................................................................................... 295

6.3.5

6.3.5.1

6.3.5.2

6.3.5.3

6.3.5.4

6.3.5.5

6.3.5.6

Commands in the MSTP configuration mode ...................................................................... 295

instance ................................................................................................................................ 296

no instance ........................................................................................................................... 297

name .................................................................................................................................... 298 no name ............................................................................................................................... 298

revision ................................................................................................................................. 299

no revision ............................................................................................................................ 300

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Network protocols .................................................................................................................................. 301

7.2

7.2.1

7.2.2

7.2.3

7.2.4

7.2.4.1

7.2.4.2

7.2.4.3

7.3

7.3.1

7.3.2

7.3.3

7.1

7.1.1

7.1.1.1

7.1.1.2

7.1.1.3

7.1.1.4

7.1.1.5

7.1.1.6

7.1.1.7

7.1.1.8

7.1.2

7.1.2.1

7.1.2.2

7.1.2.3

7.1.2.4

7.1.2.5

IPv4 protocol ........................................................................................................................ 302

The "show" commands ........................................................................................................ 302 show dcp forwarding ............................................................................................................ 302

show dcp server ................................................................................................................... 303 show ip route ........................................................................................................................ 303

show ip telnet ....................................................................................................................... 304 show ip dns .......................................................................................................................... 304

show ip dns cache ............................................................................................................... 305

show ip dns name-server ..................................................................................................... 306 show ip dns statistics ........................................................................................................... 306

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 307 telnet-server ......................................................................................................................... 307

no telnet-server .................................................................................................................... 308 ip echo-reply ......................................................................................................................... 308

no ip echo-reply.................................................................................................................... 309

ip route ................................................................................................................................. 310

7.1.2.6

7.1.2.7

7.1.2.8

7.1.2.9

no ip route ............................................................................................................................ 310

dcp server ............................................................................................................................ 311

no dcp server ....................................................................................................................... 312

ip domain lookup .................................................................................................................. 313

7.1.2.10

no ip domain lookup ............................................................................................................. 313

7.1.2.11

ip name-server ..................................................................................................................... 314

7.1.2.12

no ip name server ................................................................................................................ 315

7.1.2.13

ip domain used server .......................................................................................................... 315

7.1.3

7.1.3.1

7.1.3.2

7.1.3.3

7.1.3.4

Commands in the Interface configuration mode .................................................................. 316

ip address ............................................................................................................................. 317

no ip address ........................................................................................................................ 318

ip address dhcp .................................................................................................................... 319

dcp forwarding ...................................................................................................................... 320

DHCP client .......................................................................................................................... 321 renew dhcp ........................................................................................................................... 321

show ip dhcp client stats ...................................................................................................... 322 show ip dhcp client ............................................................................................................... 322

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 323 ip dhcp config-file-request .................................................................................................... 323

no ip dhcp config-file-request ............................................................................................... 324

ip dhcp client mode .............................................................................................................. 325

DHCP server ........................................................................................................................ 326 show ip dhcp-server pools ................................................................................................... 326

show ip dhcp-server bindings .............................................................................................. 327

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 327

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7.3.3.2

7.3.3.3

7.3.3.4

7.3.3.5

7.3.3.6

7.3.4

7.3.4.1

7.3.4.2

7.3.4.3

7.3.4.4

7.3.4.5

7.3.4.6

7.3.4.7

7.3.4.8

7.3.4.9

ip dhcp-server ....................................................................................................................... 328 no ip dhcp-server .................................................................................................................. 328

ip dhcp-server icmp-probe .................................................................................................... 329

no ip dhcp-server icmp-probe ............................................................................................... 330 ip dhcp-server pool ............................................................................................................... 330

no ip dhcp-server pool .......................................................................................................... 331

Commands in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode ............................................................. 332 lease-time ............................................................................................................................. 332

network ................................................................................................................................. 333

option (IP address) ................................................................................................................ 335

option value-hex .................................................................................................................... 336

option value-string ................................................................................................................. 337 no option ............................................................................................................................... 337

pool-enable ........................................................................................................................... 338

no pool-enable ...................................................................................................................... 339

set-interface .......................................................................................................................... 340

7.3.4.10

static-lease mac .................................................................................................................... 341

7.3.4.11

no static-lease ....................................................................................................................... 342

7.4

7.4.1

7.4.1.1

7.4.1.2

7.4.1.3

7.4.1.4

7.4.1.5

7.4.1.6

SNMP .................................................................................................................................... 343

The "show" commands ......................................................................................................... 343 show snmp ............................................................................................................................ 343

show snmp community ......................................................................................................... 344 show snmp engineID ............................................................................................................ 344

show snmp filter .................................................................................................................... 345 show snmp group .................................................................................................................. 345

show snmp group access ..................................................................................................... 346

7.4.1.7

7.4.1.8

show snmp inform statistics .................................................................................................. 346

show snmp notif .................................................................................................................... 347

7.4.1.9

show snmp targetaddr .......................................................................................................... 347

7.4.1.10

show snmp targetparam ....................................................................................................... 348

7.4.1.11

show snmp user .................................................................................................................... 348

7.4.1.12

show snmp viewtree ............................................................................................................. 349

7.4.2

7.4.2.1

7.4.2.2

7.4.2.3

7.4.2.4

7.4.2.5

7.4.2.6

7.4.2.7

7.4.2.8

7.4.2.9

Commands in the global configuration mode ....................................................................... 349 snmpagent ............................................................................................................................ 349

no snmpagent ....................................................................................................................... 350 snmp agent version............................................................................................................... 350

snmp access ......................................................................................................................... 351

no snmp access .................................................................................................................... 353

snmp community index ......................................................................................................... 354

no snmp community index .................................................................................................... 355 snmp filterprofile .................................................................................................................... 355

no snmp filterprofile ............................................................................................................... 357

7.4.2.10

snmp group ........................................................................................................................... 357

7.4.2.11

no snmp group ...................................................................................................................... 359

7.4.2.12

snmp notify ............................................................................................................................ 360

7.4.2.13

no snmp notify ....................................................................................................................... 361

7.4.2.14

snmp targetaddr .................................................................................................................... 361

7.4.2.15

no snmp targetaddr ............................................................................................................... 363

7.4.2.16

snmp targetparams ............................................................................................................... 364

7.4.2.17

no snmp targetparams .......................................................................................................... 366

7.4.2.18

snmp v1-v2 readonly............................................................................................................. 366

7.4.2.19

no snmp v1-v2 readonly ....................................................................................................... 367

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7.4.2.20

snmp user ............................................................................................................................ 368

7.4.2.21

no snmp user ....................................................................................................................... 369

7.4.2.22

snmp view ............................................................................................................................ 369

7.4.2.23

no snmp view ....................................................................................................................... 371

7.5

7.5.1

7.5.2

7.5.3

7.5.4

7.5.4.1

7.5.4.2

7.5.4.3

7.5.4.4

7.5.4.5

7.5.4.6

7.5.4.7

SMTP client .......................................................................................................................... 372 show events smtp-server ..................................................................................................... 372 show events sender email ................................................................................................... 372

show events smtp-port ......................................................................................................... 373

Commands in the Events configuration mode ..................................................................... 373

smtp-server .......................................................................................................................... 374

no smtp-server ..................................................................................................................... 375

sender mail-address ............................................................................................................ 376 no sender mail-address ....................................................................................................... 376

smtp-port .............................................................................................................................. 377

no smtp-port ......................................................................................................................... 378

send test mail ....................................................................................................................... 379

7.6

7.6.1

7.6.2

7.6.2.1

7.6.2.2

7.7

7.7.1

7.7.2

7.8

7.8.1

HTTP server ......................................................................................................................... 380 show ip http server status .................................................................................................... 380

Commands in the Global Configuration mode ..................................................................... 380

ip http ................................................................................................................................... 381

no ip http .............................................................................................................................. 382

HTTPS server ...................................................................................................................... 383 show ip http secure server status ........................................................................................ 383

show ssl server-cert ............................................................................................................. 384

ARP ...................................................................................................................................... 385 show ip arp ........................................................................................................................... 385

7.9

7.9.1

7.9.2

7.9.2.1

7.9.2.2

SSH server ........................................................................................................................... 386 show ip ssh .......................................................................................................................... 386

Commands in the Global Configuration mode ..................................................................... 386

ssh-server ............................................................................................................................ 387

no ssh-server ....................................................................................................................... 388

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Load control ........................................................................................................................................... 389

8.1

8.1.1

8.1.2

8.1.3

8.1.3.1

Dynamic MAC aging ............................................................................................................ 390 show mac-address-table aging-time .................................................................................... 390

show mac-address-table aging-status ................................................................................. 391

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 391

mac-address-table aging-time ............................................................................................. 392

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Layer 3 functions ................................................................................................................................... 393

9.1

9.1.1

9.1.2

9.1.2.1

9.1.3

9.1.3.1

9.1.3.2

9.1.3.3

9.1.3.4

9.1.3.5

NAT ...................................................................................................................................... 393 show nat (Client) .................................................................................................................. 393

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 394 nat (client) ............................................................................................................................ 394

Commands in the NAT configuration mode ......................................................................... 395 nat ........................................................................................................................................ 395

nat (Client) ............................................................................................................................ 396

no nat (Client) ....................................................................................................................... 397

nat local ip address (Client) ................................................................................................. 398

nat interface (Client) ............................................................................................................. 399

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9.1.3.7

9.1.3.8

no nat interface (Client) ........................................................................................................ 400

nat timeout (Client) ................................................................................................................ 401

no nat timeout (Client) .......................................................................................................... 402

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Security and authentication.................................................................................................................... 405

10.1

10.1.1

10.1.2

User rights management ...................................................................................................... 406 whoami .................................................................................................................................. 406

show users ............................................................................................................................ 407

10.2

10.2.1

10.2.2

10.2.3

10.2.4

10.2.5

10.2.6

10.2.7

WLAN .................................................................................................................................... 408 show wlan security ................................................................................................................ 408

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) ................................................. 410

show wlan security keys ....................................................................................................... 411 show wlan security server-cert (client) .................................................................................. 411

show wlan security user-cert (client) ..................................................................................... 412

show wlan inter-ap-blocking allowed addresses .................................................................. 413

Commands in the WLAN configuration mode ...................................................................... 414

10.2.7.1

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator ................................................................................... 414

10.2.7.2

no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator .............................................................................. 415

10.2.7.3

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address ..................................................................... 416

10.2.7.4

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator max-retransmit .......................................................... 417

10.2.7.5

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator port-number .............................................................. 418

10.2.7.6

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary ...................................................................... 419

10.2.7.7

no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary ................................................................. 420

10.2.7.8

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-interval ........................................................... 421

10.2.7.9

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-mode ............................................................. 422

10.2.7.10 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator shared-secret ............................................................ 423

10.2.7.11 vap inter-ap-blocking refresh time ........................................................................................ 424

10.2.8

Commands in the WLAN Interface configuration mode ....................................................... 425

10.2.8.1

wlan security authentication (client) ...................................................................................... 425

10.2.8.2

wlan security cipher (client) .................................................................................................. 427

10.2.8.3

wlan security default-key (client) ........................................................................................... 428

10.2.8.4

wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate (client) ............................................................. 429

10.2.8.5

no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate (client) ........................................................ 430

10.2.8.6

wlan security dot1x eap-authentication-type (client) ............................................................. 431

10.2.8.7

wlan security dot1x username (client) .................................................................................. 432

10.2.8.8

wlan security dot1x password (client) ................................................................................... 433

10.2.8.9

wlan security edit key ............................................................................................................ 434

10.2.8.10 wlan security encryption (client) ............................................................................................ 435

10.2.8.11 no wlan security encryption (client) ....................................................................................... 436

10.2.8.12 wlan security wpa-psk-passphrase (client) ........................................................................... 437

10.2.9

Commands in the VAP Interface configuration mode ........................................................... 438

10.2.9.1

vap security authentication (access point) ............................................................................ 438

10.2.9.2

vap security cipher (access point) ........................................................................................ 439

10.2.9.3

vap security default-key (access point)................................................................................. 441

10.2.9.4

vap security encryption (access point) .................................................................................. 442

10.2.9.5

no vap security encryption (access point)............................................................................. 443

10.2.9.6

vap security wpa-group-key-update-interval (Access Point) ................................................ 444

10.2.9.7

vap security wpa-psk-passphrase (access point) ................................................................. 445

10.2.9.8

vap communication with own-vap (access point) ................................................................. 446

10.2.9.9

no vap communication with own-vap (access point) ............................................................ 447

10.2.9.10 vap communication with other-vaps (access point) .............................................................. 448

10.2.9.11 no vap communication with other-vaps (access point) ......................................................... 449

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10.2.9.12 vap communication with ethernet (access point) ................................................................. 450

10.2.9.13 no vap communication with ethernet (access point) ............................................................ 451

10.2.9.14 vap inter-ap-blocking allowed address ................................................................................ 452

10.2.9.15 no vap inter-ap-blocking allowed address ........................................................................... 453

10.2.9.16 vap inter-ap-blocking ............................................................................................................ 454

10.2.9.17 no vap inter-ap-blocking ....................................................................................................... 455

10.2.9.18 vap inter-ap-blocking block gratuitous arp ........................................................................... 456

10.2.9.19 no vap inter-ap-blocking block gratuitous arp ...................................................................... 456

10.2.9.20 vap inter-ap-blocking block non-ip-traffic ............................................................................. 457

10.2.9.21 no vap inter-ap-blocking block non-ip-traffic ........................................................................ 458

10.3

10.3.1

Management Access Control List ........................................................................................ 459 show authorized-managers .................................................................................................. 459

10.3.2

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 459

10.3.2.1

authorized-manager ip-source ............................................................................................. 460

10.3.2.2

no authorized-manager ip-source ........................................................................................ 462

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Diagnostics ............................................................................................................................................ 463

11.1

11.1.1

11.1.2

11.1.3

11.1.4

11.1.5

11.1.6

11.1.7

11.1.8

11.1.9

11.1.10

11.1.11

11.1.12

11.1.13

11.1.14

11.1.15

Diagnostics ........................................................................................................................... 464 logging console .................................................................................................................... 464 no logging console ............................................................................................................... 464

show authlog ........................................................................................................................ 465

show events config .............................................................................................................. 466 show events severity ............................................................................................................ 466

show events faults config ..................................................................................................... 467

show events faults status ..................................................................................................... 468 show fault counter ................................................................................................................ 468

show logbook ....................................................................................................................... 469 show power-line-state .......................................................................................................... 469

show rmon ............................................................................................................................ 470

clear authlog ......................................................................................................................... 471 clear logbook ........................................................................................................................ 471

fault report ack ..................................................................................................................... 472

Commands in the global configuration mode ...................................................................... 472

11.1.15.1 events ................................................................................................................................... 473

11.1.16

Commands in the Events configuration mode ..................................................................... 473

11.1.16.1 add log ................................................................................................................................. 474

11.1.16.2 client config .......................................................................................................................... 474

11.1.16.3 no client config ..................................................................................................................... 476

11.1.16.4 event config .......................................................................................................................... 477

11.1.16.5 no event config ..................................................................................................................... 479

11.1.16.6 severity ................................................................................................................................. 481

11.1.16.7 no severity ............................................................................................................................ 482

11.1.16.8 link ........................................................................................................................................ 483

11.1.16.9 no link ................................................................................................................................... 484

11.1.16.10 power ................................................................................................................................... 485

11.1.16.11 no power .............................................................................................................................. 486

11.1.16.12 power pnio redundancy ........................................................................................................ 487

11.1.16.13 send test mail ....................................................................................................................... 488

11.2

11.2.1

11.2.2

Syslog client ......................................................................................................................... 489 show events syslogserver .................................................................................................... 489

Commands in the Events configuration mode ..................................................................... 489

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syslogserver .......................................................................................................................... 490

11.2.2.2

no syslogserver ..................................................................................................................... 491

Index ...................................................................................................................................................... 493

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1

Validity of the configuration manual

This Configuration Manual covers the following products:

● SCALANCE W748-1 M12

● SCALANCE W748-1 RJ-45

● SCALANCE W788-1 M12

● SCALANCE W788-2 M12

● SCALANCE W788-2 M12 EEC

● SCALANCE W788-1 RJ-45

● SCALANCE W788-2 RJ-45

● SCALANCE W786-1 RJ-45

● SCALANCE W786-2 RJ-45

● SCALANCE W786-2IA RJ-45

● SCALANCE W786-2 SFP

This Configuration Manual applies to the following software version:

● SCALANCE W700 firmware as of version V 5.1

Note

This configuration manual does not apply to the SCALANCE W7xC-2.

Purpose of the Configuration Manual

This configuration manual contains the CLI commands that are supported by SCALANCE

W700 devices and it is available in digital form on the SCALANCE W700 CD.

How you install and connect up the device correctly is described in the operating instructions of the device.

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Orientation in the documentation

Apart from the Configuration Manual you are currently reading, the following documentation is also available from SIMATIC NET on the topic of Industrial Wireless LANs:

● Configuration Manual: SCALANCE W780/W740 Web Based Management

This Configuration Manual is intended to provide you with the information you require to install, commission and operate devices correctly. It explains how to configure the devices and how to integrate them in a WLAN network.

● Performance data 802.11abgn PCIe Minicard MPCIE-R1-ABGN-U3

This document contains information about the frequency, modulation, transmit power and receiver sensitivity of the wireless card.

● Compact operating instructions SCALANCE W788-x / W748-1

This document contains information on installing and connecting up the following products and their approvals:

– SCALANCE W788-1 RJ-45

– SCALANCE W788-1 M12

– SCALANCE W788-2 RJ-45

– SCALANCE W788-2 M12

– SCALANCE W788-2 M12 EEC

– SCALANCE W748-1 RJ-45

– SCALANCE W748-1 M12

● Compact operating instructions SCALANCE W786

This document contains information on installing and connecting up the following products and their approvals:

– SCALANCE W786-1 RJ-45

– SCALANCE W786-2 RJ-45

– SCALANCE W786-2IA RJ-45

● System Manual Structure of an Industrial Wireless LAN

Apart from the description of the physical basics and a presentation of the main IEEE standards, this also contains information on data security and a description of the industrial applications of wireless LAN.

You should read this manual if you want to set up WLAN networks with a more complex structure (not simply a connection between two devices).

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● System manual RCoax

This system manual contains both an explanation of the fundamental technical aspects as well as a description of the individual RCoax components and their functionality.

Installation/commissioning and connection of RCoax components and their operating principle are explained. The possible applications of the various SIMATIC NET components are described.

● System manual - Passive Network Components IWLAN

This system manual explains the entire IWLAN cabling that you require for your IWLAN application. For a flexible combination and installation of the individual IWLAN components both indoors and outdoors, a wide ranging selection of compatible coaxial accessories are available. The system manual also covers connecting cables as well as a variety of plug-in connectors, lightning protectors, a power splitter and an attenuator.

SIMATIC NET manuals

You will find SIMATIC NET manuals on the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online

Support:

● Using the search function: support.automation.siemens.com

( http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/llisapi.dll?func=cslib.csinfo2&aktprim=99&la ng=en )

Enter the entry ID of the relevant manual as the search item.

● In the navigation panel on the left-hand side in the area "Industrial Communication":

Industrial communication

( http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/llisapi.dll?func=cslib.csinfo&lang=de&siteid= csius&aktprim=0&extranet=standard&viewreg=WW&objid=10805878&treeLang=en )

Go to the required product group and make the following settings: tab "Entry list", Entry type "Manuals"

You will find the documentation for the SIMATIC NET products relevant here on the data storage medium that ships with some products:

● Product CD / product DVD

● SIMATIC NET Manual Collection

● SIMATIC NET IWLAN CD

Further documentation

The "SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Network Manual" contains information on other

SIMATIC NET products that you can operate along with the devices of this product line in an

Industrial Ethernet network. There, you will find among other things optical performance data of the communications partners that you require for the installation.

The "SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Network Manual" can be found on the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support under the following entry ID:

27069465 ( http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/27069465 )

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SIMATIC NET manuals

You will find SIMATIC NET manuals on the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online

Support:

● Using the search function: support.automation.siemens.com

( http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/llisapi.dll?func=cslib.csinfo2&aktprim=99&la ng=en )

Enter the entry ID of the relevant manual as the search item.

● In the navigation panel on the left-hand side in the area "Industrial Communication":

Industrial communication

( http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/llisapi.dll?func=cslib.csinfo&lang=de&siteid= csius&aktprim=0&extranet=standard&viewreg=WW&objid=10805878&treeLang=en )

Go to the required product group and make the following settings: tab "Entry list", Entry type "Manuals"

Further documentation

The "SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Network Manual" contains information on other

SIMATIC NET products that you can operate along with the devices of this product line in an

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Introduction

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Description

2

2.1

Introduction

Working with the Command Line Interface (CLI)

All the configuration settings for the device can be made using the Command Line Interface

(CLI). The CLI therefore provides the same options as Web Based Management (WBM).

You should read the detailed explanations of the parameters in the configuration manual

"SCALANCE W700 Web Based Management". The CLI allows remote configuration over

Telnet.

Note

Use with Windows 7

If you want to access the Command Line Interface in Windows 7, make sure that the functions required for this are enabled in Windows 7.

Starting the CLI in a Windows console

Follow the steps outlined below to start the Command Line Interface in a Windows console:

1. Open a Windows console and type in the command "telnet" followed by the IP address of the device you are configuring:

C:\>telnet <IP address>

2. Enter your login and password.

As an alternative, you can also enter the command "telnet" followed by the IP address of the device you are configuring in the Start > Run menu.

Note

Requirement for use of the CLI

You should only use the command line interface if you are an experienced user.

Even commands that bring about fundamental changes to the configuration are executed without a prompt for confirmation.

Errors in the configuration can mean that no further operation is possible in the entire network.

Note

Command sets depend on the logged-on user. Changing configuration data is possible only with the "admin" login.

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2.1 Working with the Command Line Interface (CLI)

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2.2 CLI modes

2.2 CLI modes

Grouping of the commands in the various modes

The commands of the Command Line Interface are grouped according to various modes.

Apart from a few exceptions (help, exit), commands can only be called up in the mode to which they are assigned. This grouping allows different levels of access rights for each individual group of commands. The following graphic is an overview of the available modes.

User EXEC mode

This mode is active after you log in as "user" in a console window. In this mode, you can use show commands to display the current values of configuration parameters. You are logged out with the exit

command.

It is not possible to modify parameters in this mode. To be able to modify configuration parameters, you need to change to the Privileged EXEC mode.

Privileged EXEC mode

In this mode, you can you display the configuration data and change it.

If you log with the "admin" user, you change directly to the Privileged EXEC mode.

To change from the User EXEC Mode to the Privileged EXEC mode, enter the enable command. When the command executes, you will be prompted to enter the password for the

"admin" user. You are logged out with the exit

command.

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Description

2.2 CLI modes

Global Configuration mode

In this mode, you can make basic configuration settings. In addition to this, you can also call up modes for the configuration of special interfaces or functions, for example to configure a

VLAN or a PLUG. You change to this mode by entering configure terminal

in the Privileged

EXEC mode. You exit this mode by entering end

or exit

.

Other configuration modes

From the Global Configuration mode, you can change to other configuration modes for special tasks. These are either general configuration modes (for example line configuration, interface configuration) or protocol-specific configuration modes (FTP, NTP).

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2.3 The CLI command prompt

2.3

Overview

The CLI command prompt

The Command Line Interface prompt shows the following information:

● The mode in which the CLI is currently operating.

Most commands can only be called in a particular mode. You should therefore check the

CLI mode based on the command prompt.

– User Exec mode:

CLI>

– Privileged Exec mode and configuration modes:

CLI(...)#

● The selected interface when the CLI is in an Interface Configuration mode.

In the Interface Configuration mode, the parameters are configured for one specific interface. The command prompt is displayed in the form

CLI(config-if-$$$)#

where the placeholder

$$$

is replaced by the identifier of the Interface. You select the Interface by setting suitable parameters for the interface

command.

● An identifier when the Trial mode is enabled.

If you first test changes to the configuration and then want to discard them, disable the

Auto save function with the no auto-save

command. You are then in Trial mode.

Changes to the configuration that you have not saved are indicated by an asterisk in front of the command prompt:

*CLI(...)#

.

You save the changes to the configuration with the command write startup-config

. With the auto-save

command, you enable the Auto save function again.

Note

Upper and lower case

The Command Line Interface does not distinguish between upper case and lower case letters.

Make sure, however, that names used by the operating system or other programs are correctly written.

Blank

To use blanks in a text, enter the text in quotes, for example "H e l l o"

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2.4 Symbols of the CLI commands

2.4 Symbols of the CLI commands

Symbols for representing CLI commands

When setting parameters for CLI commands, the following characters are used:

Character

< ... >

[ ... ]

Meaning mandatory parameter optional parameter

Instead of the expression in parenthesis, enter a value.

Instead of the expression in parenthesis, you can enter a value.

( ... ) Value or range of values Instead of the expression in parenthesis, enter a value.

( ... - ... ) Range of values Enter a value from this range.

{ ... } Selection list

{ ... | ... } exclusive selection

Select one more elements from the list.

Select exactly one element from this list.

These characters are used in combinations to describe mandatory and optional entries.

There is a general description of some of these combinations below:

Character combinations

< Parameter >

< < Unit (a - b) >

[<Parameter 1 >< Parameter 2 >]

[ [ Keyword < Unit (a - b)>]

[keyword { A | B | C }]

Keyword [A] [B] [C]

Meaning

Instead of the expression in parentheses<>, enter a permitted value.

Instead of the expression in parentheses <>, enter a value from the range "a" to "b".

The unit to be used is specified before the brackets () and is also replaced by the entry.

The parameter pair is optional.

If you use the parameter assignment, you need to enter a permitted value to replace both expressions in parenthesis <>.

The parameter assignment is optional.

If you use the keyword, you need to enter a value from the range "a" to "b" to replace the expression in parenthesis <>.

The parameter assignment is optional.

If you use the keyword, you need to specify exactly one of the values "A", "B" or "C".

After the keyword, enter no or several of the values

"A", "B" or "C".

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Description

2.5 Interface identifiers and addresses

2.5.1 Naming interfaces

Addressing interfaces

The device has several types of interface that are addressed in different ways:

Addressing physical interfaces

This notation also applies to other commands that address an Interface.

● Enter the command " interface

".

● Specify the interface type

<interface-type>

.

● After a space, enter the interface identifier,

<interface-id>

.

The interface identifier is made up of the module number and the port number separated by a slash. The interfaces permanently installed in the device are identified with module

0.

Examples:

Fast Ethernet: interface fa 0/1

WLAN1: interface wlan 0/1

Addressing logical interfaces

This notation also applies to other commands that address a logical interface.

● VAP / WDS

– Enter the command " interface

".

– Specify the interface type

<interface-type>

.

– After a space, enter the interface identifier,

<interface-id>

.

The interface identifier is made up of the module number and the port number separated by a slash. The interfaces permanently installed in the device are identified with module 0.

Example:

VAP 2.5: interface vap2 0/5

● VLAN

– Enter the command " interface

".

– Enter the keyword for the VLAN interface.

– After a space, enter the number of the VLAN interface you assigned when you created it.

Example:

VLAN 2: interface vlan 2

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Available physical interfaces

Device

W748-1 M12

W748-1 RJ-45

W786-1 RJ-45

W788-1 M12

W788-1 RJ-45

W786-2 RJ-45

W786-2IA RJ-45

W786-2 SFP

W788-2 M12

W788-2 M12 EEC

W788-1 RJ-45

W788-2 RJ-45

Interfaces

1 x gigabit Ethernet

1 x WLAN interface-type gi: gigabitethernet wlan

1 x gigabit Ethernet

2 x WLAN ethernet wlan interface-id

X = 1

X = 1

X = 1

X = 1 ... 2 gi 0/X wlan 0/X gi 0/X wlan 0/X

Available logical interfaces

● VLAN

The device supports up to 24 virtual networks.

To be able to use a VLAN, create it with the vlan

command.

● VAP / WDS

The WLAN interface supports up to 8 virtual access points (VAP) and up to 8 WDS interfaces.

Device

W748-1 M12

W748-1 RJ-45

W786-1 RJ-45

W788-1 M12

W788-1 RJ-45

W786-2 RJ-45

W786-2IA RJ-45

W786-2 SFP

W788-2 M12

W788-2 M12 EEC

W788-1 RJ-45

W788-2 RJ-45 interface-type vap vap wds vap wds interface-id

X = 1

Y = 1 ... 8

X = 1

Y = 1 ... 8

X = 1

Y = 1 ... 8

X = 1 ... 2

Y = 1 ... 8

X = 1 ... 2

Y = 1 ... 8 vapX 0/Y vapX 0/Y wdsX 0/Y vapX 0/Y wdsX 0/Y

Identification of the interfaces in the command prompt of the Interface Configuration mode

To configure the interface use the command interface

in the global configuration mode.

Since you configure precisely one of the existing interfaces in the Interface Configuration mode, the command prompt shows not only the mode but also the identifier of this interface.

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The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

The placeholder

$$$

is replaced by the following name of the interface:

Type of interface wlan 0/X vapX 0/Y wdsX 0/Y gi 0/X vlan$

Command prompt cli(config-if-wlan-0-X)# cli(config-if-vapX-0-Y)# cli(config-if-wdsX-0-Y)# cli(config-if-G-0-X)# cli(config-if-vlan-$)#

The placeholders

X, Y, $

stand for the numbering of the interface.

2.5.2

Overview

Address types, address ranges and address masks

Since the various types of addresses can be represented by different notations, the notations used in the Command Line Interface are shown below:

● IPv4 addresses

Addresses for the Internet Protocol version 4 are written in the decimal notation of four numbers from the range 0 to 255, separated by a period.

Note

With leading zeros, the numbers are interpreted as octal numbers, e.g.: 192.168.070.071

→ 192.168.56.57.

● Network masks

A network mask is a series of bits that describes the network part of an IP address.

The notation is normally decimal in keeping with the IP address.

● Alternative notation for network masks

In contrast to the notation described above, network masks can also be represented as a number of 1 bits. The mask of the decimal representation 255.255.0.0 is then written as

/16.

The syntax is then for example: <ipaddress> / 16

Note that there must be a space before and after the "/".

● MAC addresses

In the syntax of the Command Line Interface, a MAC address is represented as a sequence of 6 bytes in hexadecimal format, in each case separated by a colon.

The syntax is then, for example aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:aa

● Multicast addresses

Layer 2 multicast addresses as used on this device use the notation of MAC addresses.

For permitted address ranges, check the rules or ask your network administrator.

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2.6 General CLI commands

This section describes commands that you can call up in any mode.

2.6.1

Description clear screen

With this command, you clear the screen.

The command prompt is displayed.

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: clear screen

Result

The screen is cleared.

The command prompt is displayed.

2.6.2

Description do

With this command, you can execute the commands from the Privileged EXEC mode in any mode.

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: do [ command ]

To do this, you replace

[ command ]

with the command from the Privileged EXEC mode that you want to execute.

Example do show cli-console-timeout

Result

The command from the Privileged EXEC mode will be executed.

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Description end

With this command, you close all configuration modes.

You are then in the Privileged EXEC mode.

Requirement

You are in a configuration mode.

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: end

Result

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Description

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2.6.4

Description exit

With this command, you close the current mode.

You are then at the next higher level in the user modes.

If you are in Privileged EXEC Modus or in User EXEC Modus mode, you will be logged out.

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: exit

Result

The current mode was exited.

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2.6.5 Help functions and supported input

The Command Line Interface provides various functions that are helpful when making entries in the command line:

● help

● ?

● Command completion with the tab key

● Automatic completion of incomplete commands

● Paging in the list of most recently used commands

● Display of the list of most recently used commands ( show history

)

2.6.5.1

Description help

With this command, you display the help entry for a command or the command list.

Syntax

Call up help with the following parameters: help [command]

Here, you replace

[command]

with the command for which you require help.

If the command for which you require help consists of several words, enter these words without spaces.

Result

The syntax of the command is displayed.

Syntax

If you call up help without parameters, you will obtain a list of all permitted commands in the current mode: help

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2.6 General CLI commands

The mode-specific as well as the global commands are displayed.

Note

Incomplete command names

If you have specified an incomplete command when calling help, a list of all commands that start with the term you have entered is created.

2.6.5.2

Description

The command "?"

With this command, you call up the command list.

Syntax

Enter a question mark to obtain a list of all permitted commands in the current mode:

?

For this command, you do not need to press the enter key. The command executes immediately after you type the character.

Result

The mode-specific as well as the global commands are displayed.

Note

Incomplete command names

If you have specified an incomplete command when calling the help function, a list of all commands that start with the term you have entered is created.

Note

Output in pages

With long lists, the results are displayed as pages. If

-- more --

appears at the lower edge of the display, you can move to the next page with the spacebar. If the display is in pages, you cannot page back. You exit the page display with the q

key.

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2.6.5.3

Description

Completion of command entries

The command interpreter of the Command Line Interface supports you when you enter commands.

As soon as the first characters of the command have been entered in the input line, the system can complete the entry as long as the character string is unambiguous.

This can be repeated after entering further characters.

Procedure

Enter the first characters of the command.

Press the tab key.

Result

The command interpreter completes the input as long as the command is unambiguous.

If you enter a character string that cannot be completed to form a command, an error message is displayed.

● The command is not unique:

% Ambiguous Command

● The command is unknown:

% Invalid Command

● The command is incomplete:

% Incomplete command

If the entry is not yet complete, enter further characters.

With

?

, you obtain a list of the possible commands.

Repeat this if necessary until the command is complete and can execute.

2.6.5.4

Description

Abbreviated notation of commands

The command interpreter of the Command Line Interface also detects commands if only the first character of the command or its parts is entered.

This is only possible if all the parts of the abbreviated input can be assigned to exactly one command or to the parts of the command.

Example

The show event config

command can be replaced by the expression sh e c

.

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2.6.5.5

Description

Reusing the last used commands

The Command Line Interface saves the last 14 commands used in a list assigned to the particular mode. This can then only be called up in the relevant mode.

Example:

In the Global Configuration mode, all entered commands are saved. If you entered commands earlier in the Interface Configuration mode, these commands are not included in the list of the Global Configuration mode. You can only call up and reuse these commands in the Interface Configuration mode.

Procedure

Further notes

You display the list of commands last used with the show history

command. This function is available in every mode.

See also

You can page through the list of the commands most recently used using the arrow up and arrow down keys.

If the command you are looking for is displayed, you can edit the command line as required and execute the command with the enter key.

show history (Page 38)

2.6.5.6 Working through a command sequence

Separators for multiple commands in one line

You can call up several commands one after the other in one line in the CLI.

Separate the commands with a semicolon (;).

After completing your input, start the processing of this command sequence with the enter key.

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Example

The command sequence

CLI#conf t; int vlan 1; no ip address dhcp; ip address 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0; end; write startup has the same effect as:

CLI#conf t

CLI(config)#int vlan 1

CLI(config-if-vlan-1)#no ip address dhcp

CLI(config-if-vlan-1)#ip address 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0

CLI(config-if-vlan-1)#end

CLI#write startup

2.6.5.7

Description show history

This command shows the last 14 commands you entered.

The commands are listed in the order in which they were called up. The show history command is listed as the last command to be entered.

The list depends on the mode. In the Global configuration mode, the last 14 commands entered in this mode are displayed. These commands are not included in the list of the

Interface configuration mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show history

Result

The list of used commands is displayed.

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The following is described in this section:

● System settings

● Saving and loading configurations and firmware

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3.1 System

3.1 System

This section describes commands with which general system properties can be displayed and configured.

3.1.1 show commands

This section describes commands with which you display various settings.

3.1.1.1

Description show cli-console-timeout

This command shows the global configuration for the timeout of the CLI console.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show cli-console-timeout

Result

The configuration for the timeout is displayed.

3.1.1.2

Description show coordinates

This command shows the system coordinates.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

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Call the command without parameters: show coordinates

Result

3.1.1.3

Description

The system coordinates are displayed. show device information

This command shows information about the device.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show device information

Result

Configuration

3.1 System

The following information about the device is displayed:

● MAC address of the device

● Serial Number

● System up time

● System name

● System contact

● System location

● Device Type

● Restart counter

● Config Save mode

● Config Change: This indicates whether or not the current configuration has been saved.

● Login Authentication mode: This indicates whether the authentication is made locally or on the RADIUS server.

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3.1.1.4

Description show im

This command shows information on device-specific vendor and maintenance data such as the article number, serial number, version numbers etc.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show im

Result

The information is displayed.

3.1.1.5

Description show interfaces

This command shows the status and the configuration of one, several or all interfaces.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show interfaces

[{

[<interface-type><interface-id>]

[{description|status}]

|

{vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>}

}]

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter interface-type

Description

Type or speed of the interface interface-id

Module no. and port no. of the interface description

Shows the description of the interface status

Shows the status of the interface vlan

Keyword for a VLAN connection vlan-id

Number of the addressed VLAN

Range of values / note

Enter a valid interface.

-

-

-

1 ... 4094

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameters from the parameter list, the status and configuration of all available interfaces will be displayed.

Result

3.1.1.6

Description

The status and the configuration of the selected interfaces are displayed. show interfaces ... counters

This command shows the counters of one, several or all interfaces.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show interfaces

[{<interface-type><interface-id>]|{vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>}]counters

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter interface-type interface-id vlan vlan-id

Description

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Number of the addressed VLAN

Range of values / note

Enter a valid interface.

-

1 ... 4094

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3.1 System

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the entries are displayed for all available counters.

Result

3.1.1.7

Description

The counters of the selected interfaces are displayed. show interface mtu

With this command, you show the setting for the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of the interfaces on the device.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show interface mtu [{Vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>|

<interface-type><interface-id>}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

Vlan vlan-id interface-type interface-id

Description

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Number of the addressed VLAN

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Range of values

-

1 ... 4094

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If no parameters are specified, the settings for all interfaces are displayed.

Result

The settings are displayed.

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Description show ip interface

This command shows the configuration of one, several or all IP interfaces.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Configuration

3.1 System

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show ip interface

[{

vlan <vlan-id(1-4094)> |

<interface-type> <interface-id> |

loopback

}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vlan vlan-id

Description

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Number of the addressed VLAN type loopback

Type or speed of the interface interface-id

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Loopback

Range of values / note

-

1 ... 4094

Enter a valid interface.

-

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the configuration is displayed for all available IP interfaces.

Result

The configuration of the selected IP interface is displayed.

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Description show pnio

This command shows the current PROFINET IO configuration.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show pnio

Result

The current PROFINET IO configuration is displayed.

3.1.1.10

Description show lldp neighbors

This command shows the current content of the neighborhood table.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: show lldp neighbors

Result

The neighborhood table is displayed.

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Description show lldp status

This command shows per port whether LLDP frames are sent or received.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

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Call up the command with the following parameters: show lldp status[{port<interface-type><interface-id>}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter port interface-type interface-id

Description

Keyword for a port description.

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Values

-

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of interfaces and addresses, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The information is displayed.

3.1.1.12

Description show versions

This command shows the versions of the hardware and software of the device.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show versions

Result

The following settings are displayed:

● Basic device

● Name

● Revision

● Order ID

● Firmware

● Bootloader

● Description

● Version

● Date

3.1.2

Description clear counters

With this command, you reset the counters of an interface.

Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: clear counters [<interface-type><interface-id>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter interface-type interface-id

Description

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Range of values / note

Enter a valid interface.

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For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If no parameters are specified, the counters for all interfaces are reset.

Result

The counters of the interface are reset.

Further notes

You can display the statistical information of the interfaces with the show interfaces - counters

command.

3.1.3

Description configure terminal

With this command, you change to the Global configuration mode.

Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: configure terminal

Result

You are now in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Further notes

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

command.

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Description clear line vty

With this command, you close a console session on the device.

With the forceful-clear

option, you close a session and that is not reacting.

Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: clear line vty {<line-number(2-9)>|all}[forceful-clear]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter line-number all forceful-clear

Description

Number of the connection that will be terminated terminates all connections closes a session that is not reacting

-

-

Range of values / note

2 ... 9

Result

The console session is closed.

Further notes

You show the logged-on users with the show users

command.

3.1.5

Description disable

With this command, you close the Privileged EXEC mode.

You are then in the User EXEC mode.

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Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: disable

Result

You are in the User EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

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Description enable

With this command, you change to the Privileged EXEC mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: enable

Result

You are prompted to enter the administrator password. After logging in successfully, you are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

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Description logout

With this command, you exit the Command Line Interface.

If you are connected to the device via telnet, the session is closed.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: logout

Result

The CLI session is ended and the Windows Login prompt is displayed.

3.1.8

Description ping

With this command, you request a response from a device in the network.

This allows you to check whether or not another node is reachable.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: ping [ip]<destination-address>

[size<byte(0-2080)>]

[count<packet_count(1-10)>]

[timeout<seconds(1-100)>]

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ip address size byte count packet_count timeout seconds

Description

Uses an IP address

Address of the called node

Range of values

-

Enter a valid IP address or a valid hostname.

Keyword for the size of the packets to be transferred

-

Keyword for the size of the packets in bytes 0 … 2080

Keyword for the number of packets to be requested

Number of packets

Response wait time

If this time expires, the request is reported as "timed out".

-

1 … 10

-

Time to the timeout in seconds 1 … 100

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameters from the parameter list, the default values are used.

At system start or when using the restart

command with the option memory or factory

, the following defaults apply:

Parameter size count time-out

Default value

32

3

1

Result

3.1.9

The messages relating to the response of the called node are displayed.

Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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Description coordinates height

With this command, you enter a height coordinate.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: coordinates height <meter>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter meter

Description

Input box for the height coordinate

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

To use spaces in the entry, enter the height coordinate in quotes:

Result

The height coordinate is created.

3.1.9.2

Description coordinates latitude

With this command, you enter a latitude coordinate.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: coordinates latitude <latitude>

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The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter latitude

Description

Input box for the latitude coordinate

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

To use spaces in the entry, enter the latitude coordinate in quotes:

456"

Result

The latitude coordinate is created.

3.1.9.3

Description coordinates longitude

With this command, you enter a longitude coordinate.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: coordinates longitude <longitude>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter longitude

Description Range of values / note

Input box for the longitude coordinate max. 32 characters

To use spaces in the entry, enter the longitude coordinate in quotes: coordinates longitude

"123 456"

Result

The longitude coordinate is created.

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Description interface

With this command, you change to the Interface Configuration mode.

There you can edit the settings for one interface. You select the interface with the parameters of this command. If you specify a logical interface that does not exist, it will be created. The name of the selected interface is displayed in the command prompt.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: interface{vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>

<interface-type><interface-id>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vlan vlan-id interface-type interface-id

Description

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Number of the addressed VLAN

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Values

-

1 … 4094

Enter a valid interface.

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

The placeholder

$$$

is replaced by the following name of the interface:

Type of interface wlan wds vap vlan gigabit-ethernet

Command prompt cli(config-if-wlan-0-$)# cli(config-if-wds$-0-$)# cli(config-if-vap$-0-$)# cli(config-if-vlan-$)# cli(config-if-G-0-$)#

The placeholders

$

or

$-$

denote the numbering of the interface.

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For the value ranges for the VLAN logical interface, refer to the upper table. You can only call up interfaces that you created with the vlan

command.

The ranges of values from the physical interfaces depend on the hardware configuration.

Further notes

You exit the Interface Configuration mode with the end

or exit

command.

You delete a logical interface with the no interface

command.

You display the status and the configuration of the interfaces with the show interfaces command.

3.1.9.5

Description no interface

With this command, you delete a logical interface.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no interface{vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vlan vlan-id

Description

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Number of the addressed VLAN

Values

-

1 … 4094

Result

The logical interface is deleted.

Further notes

You configure an interface with the interface

command.

You display the status and the configuration of the interfaces with the show interfaces command.

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Description cli-console-timeout

With this command, you enable the automatic logout and you configure the timeout setting for the CLI.

Note

No automatic logout from the CLI

If the connection is not terminated after the set time, check the setting of the "keepalive" function on the Telnet client. If the set interval is shorter than the configured time, the lower value applies. You have set, for example, 300 seconds for the automatic logout and 120 seconds for the "keepalive" function. In this case, a packet is sent every 120 seconds that keeps the connection up.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: cli-console-timeout [seconds(60-600)]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter seconds

Description

Time in seconds until automatic logout after the last entry

Range of values / note

60 ... 600

Default: 300

Result

The time is configured and automatic logout is enabled.

Further notes

You disable automatic logout with the no cli-console-timeout

command.

You display the current timeout setting with the show cli-console-timeout

command.

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Description no cli-console-timeout

With this command, you disable the automatic logout.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no cli-console-timeout

Result

Automatic logout is disabled.

Further notes

You enable automatic logout with the cli-console-timeout

command.

You display the current timeout setting with the show cli-console-timeout

command.

3.1.9.8

Description system contact

With this command, you enter contact information for the system.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: system contact <string>

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The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter string

Description

Input box for contact information

Result

The contact information is created in the system.

3.1.9.9

Description system location

With this command, you enter the location information for the system.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: system location <string>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter string

Description Range of values / note

Input box for the location information max. 255 characters

Result

Range of values / note max. 255 characters

The location information is created in the system.

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Description system name

This command, you enter a name for the system.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: system name <string>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter string

Description

Input box for the name

Result

3.1.9.11

Description

The name is created in the system. username

With this command, you change the password of a user.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: username {user|admin}password<passwd>

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Range of values / note max. 255 characters

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter user admin password passwd

Description the password for the user is changed the password for the administrator is changed

Keyword for a password

Value for the password

Note

Length of the password

The password must be at least 6 characters long.

Result

The password is changed.

Note

Changing the password in Trial mode

Even if you change the password in Trial mode, this change is saved immediately.

3.1.10 Commands in the Interface configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the interface configuration mode.

Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global configuration mode, enter the interface

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the interface configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the Interface configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the

Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the Interface configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

3.1.10.1

Description alias

With this command, you assign a name to an interface. The name only provides information and has no effect on the configuration.

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: alias <port-name>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter port-name

Description

Name of the interface

Range of values / note max. 63 characters

Result

The interface was assigned a name.

Further notes

You delete the name of the interface with the no alias

command.

3.1.10.2

Description no alias

With this command, you delete the name of the interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no alias

Result

The name of the interface is removed.

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Further notes

You configure the name of the interface with the alias

command.

3.1.10.3

Description duplex

Electrical interfaces can be operated in full duplex mode or half duplex mode. The options here depend on the connected device.

Optical connections are always operated in full duplex mode since they have a fiber for each transmission direction.

With this command, you configure the duplex mode of an interface. The same mode must be set for connected interfaces.

Requirement

● Autonegotiation is disabled.

● You are in the Interface configuration mode of an electrical interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: duplex {full|half}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter full half

Description

The Interface will be operated in full duplex mode.

The Interface will be operated in half duplex mode

Range of values / note

Default: full

-

Result

The duplex mode of the interface is configured.

Further notes

You can reset the duplex mode of the Interface to the default value with the no duplex command.

You disable autonegotiation with the no negotiation

command.

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Description no duplex

With this command, you reset the duplex mode of an interface to the default value.

The default value is full

.

Requirement

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You are in the Interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no duplex

Result

The duplex mode of the Interface is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the duplex mode of the interface with the duplex

command.

3.1.10.5

Description lldp

With this command, you enable the sending and receipt of LLDP packets on the interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: lldp{transmit|receive}

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters transmit receive

Description the sending of LLDP packets is enabled the receipt of LLDP packets is enabled

At system start or when using the restart

command with the option memory or factory

, the following defaults apply:

● Sending and receipt of LLDP packets are enabled.

Note

Enabling both options

When you call this command, you can only select one option.

If you want to enable both options, call up the command again.

Result

The setting is configured.

Further notes

You disable the sending or receipt of LLDP packets with the no lldp

command.

You display the status of LLDP with the show lldp status

command.

3.1.10.6

Description no lldp

With this command, you disable the sending and receipt of LLDP packets on the interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no lldp{transmit|receive}

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters transmit receive

Description the sending of LLDP packets is enabled the receipt of LLDP packets is disabled

Note

Disabling both options

When you call this command, you can only select one option.

If you want to disable both options, call up the command again.

Result

The setting is configured.

Further notes

You enable the sending or receipt of LLDP packets with the lldp

command.

You display the status of LLDP with the show lldp status

command.

3.1.10.7

Description negotiation

With this command, you enable autonegotiation of connection parameters on an interface.

Autonegotiation must be set for every interface of connected interfaces.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: negotiation

Result

The automatic negotiation of connection parameters on an interface is activated.

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Further notes

You disable the autonegotiation of connection parameters with the no negotiation command.

3.1.10.8

Description no negotiation

With this command, you disable autonegotiation of connection parameters on an interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no negotiation

Result

The automatic negotiation of connection parameters on an interface is deactivated.

Further notes

You enable the autonegotiation of connection parameters with the negotiation

command.

3.1.10.9

Description mtu

With this command, you configure the size of the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for an interface.

Requirement

● The Interface must be shut down.

You are in the Interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

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Call up the command with the following parameters: mtu <frame-size(64-1500)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter frame-size

Description

Size of the MTU in bytes

Range of values

64 ... 1500

At system start or when using the restart

command with the option memory or factory

, the following defaults apply:

● The size of the MTU is configured to 1536 bytes.

Result

The setting for the size of the MTU is configured.

Further notes

You can shut down the interface with the shutdown complete

command.

You display this setting with the show interface mtu

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show interfaces

command.

3.1.10.10

Description shutdown complete

With this command, you shut down the interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: shutdown complete

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Result

The Interface is shut down.

Note

If you use this command in the Interface Configuration mode for a VLAN (input prompt

CLI(config-if-vlan-$)#

, management access to the device is no longer possible. This relates to configuration using CLI, WBM and SNMP. Access is only possible again after resetting the device to the factory settings with the Reset button.

Further notes

You activate the interface with the no shutdown

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show interfaces command.

3.1.10.11

Description no shutdown

With this command, you shut down an interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no shutdown

Result

The Interface is activated.

Further notes

You activate the interface with the shutdown complete

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show interfaces command.

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Description speed

With this command, you configure the transmission speed of an interface.

Note

Availability of this function

The transmission speed can only be configured for electrical data transfer.

On optical connections, the transmission speed is fixed.

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Requirement

● You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

● Autonegotiation is disabled.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: speed {10|100|1000}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

10

100

1000

Description

Transmission speed 10 Mbps

Transmission speed 100 Mbps

Transmission speed 1000 Mbps

A gigabit Ethernet port can only be configured to 10, 100 or 1000 Mbps.

Result

The transmission speed of the interface is configured.

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3.2 Load and Save

This section describes commands for displaying, copying, saving and downloading files for the device.

Note

Note that during the installation of a previous version, the configuration data can be lost. In this case, the device starts up with the factory configuration settings after the firmware has been installed.

3.2.1

Description show loadsave files

This command shows the current Load&Save file information.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show loadsave files

Result

The current Load&Save file information is displayed.

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3.2.2

Description show loadsave tftp

This command shows the current configuration of the TFTP server for Load&Save.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show loadsave tftp

Result

The current configuration of the TFTP server for Load&Save is displayed.

3.2.3

Description save filetype

With this command, you save files on a TFTP server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: save filetype <filetype> tftp <ipv4-address> [port <tcp port (1-65535)>] file

<filename>

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter filetype filetype tftp ipv4-address port tcp port file filename

Description

Keyword for a file type to be loaded

Name of the file type

Keyword for a TFTP server

Range of values / note

- max. 100 characters

-

Identifies the unicast IPv4 address

Keyword for the port of the server via which the TFTP connection runs

Number of the port

Enter a valid unicast IPv4 address

-

1 … 65535

Keyword for a file name to be assigned -

Name of the file max. 100 characters

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The file is saved on the TFTP server.

3.2.4

Description load tftp

With this command, you load the files from a TFTP server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: load tftp <ipv4-address> [port <tcp port (1-65535)>] file <filename> filetype

<filetype>

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4-addr port tcp port file filename filetype filetype

Description

Identifies the unicast IPv4 address

Keyword for the port of the server via which the TFTP connection runs

Range of values / note

Enter a valid unicast IPv4 address

-

Number of the port 1 … 65535

Keyword for a file name to be assigned -

Name of the file max. 100 characters

Keyword for the file type to be loaded -

Name of the file type max. 100 characters

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The file is loaded on the device from the TFTP server.

3.2.5 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

3.2.5.1

Description loadsave

With this command, you change to the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: loadsave

Result

You are now in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-loadsave)#

Further notes

You exit the LOADSAVE configuration mode with the exit

command.

3.2.6 Commands in the LOADSAVE configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the loadsave

command to change to this mode.

You display the valid file types for the commands in the LOADSAVE Configuration mode with the global command show loadsave tftp

.

● If you exit the LOADSAVE configuration mode with the exit command, you return to the

Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the LOADSAVE configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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Description delete

With this command, you call up the possible files or delete a specific file.

Requirement

Configuration

3.2 Load and Save

You are in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-loadsave)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: delete{showfiles|filetype<filetype>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter showfiles filetype filetype

Description

Shows the available files

Keyword for the file type to be deleted -

Range of values / note

-

Name of the file type max. 100 characters

Result

The files are displayed or the file is deleted.

Further notes

With the " show loadsave files

" command, you can display the file types.

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Description tftp filename

With this command, you assign a name to a file type.

The file type decides the type that is affected by the tftp load

or tftp save

action. The name decides the file to be copied to or from the TFTP server.

Requirement

You are in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-loadsave)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: tftp filename {showfiles|filetype< filetype >name<filename>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter showfiles filetype filetype name filename

Description

Shows the available files

Keyword for a file type to be assigned a name

Name of the file type

Keyword for a file name to be assigned to the file type

Name of the file

Range of values / note

-

- max. 100 characters

- max. 100 characters

Result

The file types are displayed or the file type is assigned a name.

Further notes

With the " show loadsave files

" command, you can display the file types.

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Description tftp load

With this command, you load a file from a TFTP server into the file system of the device. The

TFTP protocol is used for the transfer. You can also display a list of available files.

Requirement

Configuration

3.2 Load and Save

● The name of the file is specified

● You are in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

The command prompt is: cli(config-loadsave)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: tftp load{showfiles|filetype<filetype>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter showfiles filetype filetype

Description

Shows the available files

Keyword for a file type to be loaded

Name of the file type

Range of values / note

-

- max. 100 characters

Result

The file types are displayed or the file is downloaded to the device.

Further notes

You configure the name of the file with the tftp filename

command.

With the " show loadsave files

" command, you can display the file types.

3.2.6.4

Description tftp save

With this command, you copy a file from the file system of the device to a TFTP server. The

TFTP protocol is used for the transfer. You can also display a list of available files.

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Requirement

● The name of the file is specified

● You are in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

The command prompt is: cli(config-loadsave)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: tftp save {showfiles|filetype<filetype>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter showfiles filetype filetype

Description

Shows the available files

Keyword for a file type to be loaded

Name of the file type

Range of values / note

-

- max. 100 characters

Result

The file types are displayed or the file is copied.

Further notes

You configure the name of the file with the tftp filename

command.

With the " show loadsave files

" command, you can display the file types.

3.2.6.5

Description tftp server

With this command, you configure the access to a TFTP server.

Requirement

You are in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-loadsave)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: tftp server ipv4 <ipv4-address>[port<tcp port(1-65535)>]

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The settings for the access to the selected TFTP server are configured.

3.2.6.6

Description password

With this command, you activate and configure the password for encrypted certificates.

User, server or HTTPS certificates can exist as PKCS#12 certificates (.p12 and .pfx) and

PEM certificates (.pem).

Note

User and server certificate in one file

If the user and the server certificate are located in the same file, load this file on the device as the user certificate and as the server certificate.

Requirement

You are in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-loadsave)#

Syntax

Configuration

3.2 Load and Save

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 ipv4-address

Description

Keyword for an IPv4 address

Value for an IPv4 unicast address

Range of values / note

-

Enter a valid IPv4 unicast address.

- port tcp port

Keyword for the port of the server via which the TFTP connection runs

Number of the port 1 … 65535

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Call up the command with the following parameters: password {showfiles|filetype<filetype>[pw<password>]}

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter showfiles filetype filetype pw password

Description

Shows the available files

Shows that the file type follows that will be loaded

Name of the file type

Keyword for the password

Password

Values

-

- max. 100 characters

-

Enter the password for the certificate with only the following readable

ASCII characters: 0x20 -

0x7e.

Result

The password for the certificate is configured and activated.

Further notes

You disable the password with the no password

command.

3.2.6.7

Description no password

With this command, you disable the password for encrypted certificates.

Requirement

You are in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-loadsave)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no password {showfiles|filetype<filetype>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter showfiles filetype filetype

Description

Shows the available files

Shows that the file type follows that will be loaded

Name of the file type

Values

-

- max. 100 characters

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Result

The password is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the password for certificates with the password

command.

Configuration

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3.3 Reset and Defaults

This section describes commands for restarting the device and for restoring the original configuration.

3.3.1

Description restart

With this command, you restart the device.

Select one of the following configuration settings:

● Device restart with the current configuration

● Device restart with the factory configuration settings with the exception of the following parameters:

– IP addresses

– Subnet mask

– IP address of the default gateway

– DHCP client ID

– DHCP

– System name

– System location

– System contact

– User names and passwords

– Mode of the device

● Device restart with the factory configuration settings.

Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

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Result

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Call up the command with the following parameters: restart[{memory|factory}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

● if no parameters are specified: restarts the system with the current configuration

Parameter memory factory

Description

Resets the system to the factory configuration settings and restarts the system.

The parameters listed above are unaffected by a reset.

Resets the system to the factory configuration settings and restarts the system.

The device is restarted with the selected settings.

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3.4 Configuration Save & Restore

This section describes commands for displaying, saving and restoring configuration settings.

3.4.1

Description show running-config

This command shows configuration settings of the device.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show running-config

[{

syslog|dhcp|qos|stp|vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>|

interface

{

<interface-type><interface-id>|

vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>

}|

ssh|ssl|acl|ip|snmp|radius|sntp|http|locked-port|

auto-logout|time|

ntp|auto-save|wlan

}][all]

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter syslog dhcp

Description

Shows the configuration settings of the Syslog function

Range of values

- shows the configuration settings of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

- qos stp shows the configuration settings of QoS (Quality of Service) - shows the configuration settings of the Spanning Tree Protocol - vlan vlan-id interface

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Number of the addressed VLAN

Shows that an interface description follows

-

1 ... 4094

- type

Type or speed of the interface id ssh

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Shows the configuration settings of the Secure Shell protocol ssl

Shows the configuration settings of the Secure Sockets Layer protocol acl

Shows the configuration settings of the access control list ip

Shows the configuration settings of the Internet Protocol snmp

Shows the configuration settings of the Simple Network Management Protocol radius

Shows the configuration settings of the Remote Authentication

Dial-In User service sntp

Shows the configuration settings of the Simple Network Time

Protocol http

Shows the configuration settings of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol locked-port

Shows the configuration settings of the locked port function.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

- auto-logout

Shows the configuration settings of the auto logout function time

Shows the configuration settings of the system time ntp

-

-

Shows the configuration settings of the Network Time Protocol - auto-save

Shows the configuration settings of the auto save function - wlan

Shows the configuration settings of the WLAN - all

Shows all configuration settings -

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of interfaces and addresses, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you call up the command without parameters, only the active operational settings of all modules and all interfaces that do not match the preset values are displayed.

The selected configuration settings of the device are displayed.

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3.4.2

Description write startup-config

With this command, you save the changes to the configuration in the configuration file.

The use of this command is required in the Trial mode. It can also be used in "auto save mode".

Requirement

● The Trial mode is activated.

● You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is:

*cli(...)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: write startup-config

Result

The changes are saved in the configuration file.

Use the restart

command without parameters to restart the system with this configuration.

Further notes

You enable the auto save function or disable the Trial mode with the auto-save

command.

You disable the auto save function or enable the Trial mode with the no auto-save command.

3.4.3 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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Description auto-save

The CLI can save changes to the configuration automatically.

If you first want to test changes made to the configuration so that you can discard them afterwards if necessary, you can disable the auto save function.

You are then in the Trial mode.

Changes to the configuration that you have not saved, are indicated by an asterisk in front of the command prompt:

*cli(...)#

.

You save the changes to the configuration with the write startup-config

command.

With the auto-save

command, you enable the auto save function.

Requirement

Configuration

3.4 Configuration Save & Restore

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: auto-save

As default the function is "enabled".

Result

The auto save function is enabled.

Further notes

You save changes to the configuration in the Trial mode with the write startup-config command.

You disable the function with the no auto-save

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show device information command.

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Description no auto-save

With this command, you disable the auto save function.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no auto-save

Result

The auto save function is disabled. The Trial mode is activated.

Further notes

You enable the function with the auto-save

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show device information command.

You save changes to the configuration in the Trial mode with the write startupconfig command.

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Configuration

3.5 SINEMA

3.5.1

Description show sinema

This command shows whether the SINEMA configuration interface is enabled or disabled.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show sinema

Result

The setting of the SINEMA configuration interface is displayed.

3.5.2 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

3.5.2.1

Description sinema

With this command, you enable the SINEMA configuration interface.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

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The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: sinema

Result

The SINEMA configuration interface is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the SINEMA configuration interface with the no sinema

command.

You display the setting whether the SINEMA configuration interface is enabled or disabled with the command show sinema

.

3.5.2.2

Description no sinema

With this command, you disable the SINEMA configuration interface.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no sinema

Result

The SINEMA configuration interface is disabled.

Further notes

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You enable the SINEMA configuration interface with the sinema

command.

You display the setting whether the SINEMA configuration interface is enabled or disabled with the command show sinema

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This part contains the sections that describe functions specific to SCALANCE.

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4.1 PLUG

4.1 PLUG

The C-PLUG or KEY-PLUG stores the configuration of a device and can therefore transfer the configuration of the old device to the new device when a device is replaced.

In addition to the configuration, the KEY-PLUG also contains a license that enables the use of certain functions.

This section describes commands relevant for working with the C-PLUG or KEY-PLUG.

4.1.1

Description show plug

This command shows the current C-PLUG or KEY-PLUG information.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show plug

Result

The current information of the C-PLUG or KEY-PLUG is displayed.

4.1.2 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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Description plug

With this command, you change to the Plug Configuration mode.

Requirement

Functions specific to SCALANCE

4.1 PLUG

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: plug

Result

You are now in the Plug Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-plug)#

Further notes

You exit the Plug Configuration mode with the end

or exit

command.

4.1.3 Commands in the Plug Configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Plug Configuration mode.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the plug

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the Plug Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global

Configuration mode.

● If you exit the Plug Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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4.1.3.1

Description factoryclean

With this command, you delete the device configuration stored on the C-PLUG or KEY-

PLUG.

Requirement

● There is a device configuration on the C-PLUG or KEY-PLUG.

● You are in the Plug Configuration mode.

The command prompt is: cli(config-plug)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: factoryclean

Result

The device configuration on the C-PLUG or KEY-PLUG is deleted.

4.1.3.2

Description write

With this command, you format the C-PLUG or KEY-PLUG and copy the current device configuration to it.

Requirement

● The C-PLUG or KEY-PLUG is formatted.

● You are in the Plug Configuration mode.

The command prompt is: cli(config-plug)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: write

Result

The current device configuration has been copied to the formatted C-PLUG or KEY-PLUG.

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Functions specific to SCALANCE

4.2 WBM

WBM

On the device, you can limit the time available for access with Web Based Management. If no entry is made for a specific time, the WBM session is closed.

This section describes commands relevant for the configuration of this feature.

4.2.1

Description show web-session-timeout

This command shows the timeout setting for the WBM.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show web-session-timeout

Result

The timeout setting for the WBM is displayed.

4.2.2 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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4.2.2.1

Description web-session-timeout

With this command, you enable the automatic logoff and you configure the timeout setting for the WBM.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: web-session-timeout[seconds(60-3600)]

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter seconds

Description

Time in seconds until automatic logout after the last entry

Range of values / note

60 … 3600

Default: 900

Result

The time is configured and automatic logout is enabled.

Further notes

You disable automatic logoff with the no web-session-timeout

command.

You display the current timeout setting with the show web-session-timeout

command.

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Description no web-session-timeout

With this command, you disable the automatic logoff.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Functions specific to SCALANCE

4.2 WBM

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no web-session-timeout

Result

Automatic logoff is disabled.

Further notes

You enable automatic logoff with the web-session-timeout

command.

You display the current timeout setting with the show web-session-timeout

command.

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4.3 Digital input/output

4.3 Digital input/output

Note

The digital input/output and the associated functions are available only for the SCALANCE

W788-x/W748-x RJ-45 variant.

Introduction

The SCALANCE W788-x/W748-x devices in the RJ-45 variant have a digital input/output.

The connection is made using a 4-pin terminal block. You will find information about the pinassignment in the Compact Operating Instructions (BAK) of the devices.

With CLI commands, you can open or close the digital output.

Application examples

● Digital input to signal one item of information, for example "door open", "door closed"

● Digital output, for example for "go to sleep" for devices on an automated guided transport system.

4.3.1

Description show digital input

This command shows the current setting of the digital input.

Note

The function is available only for the SCALANCE W788-x/W748-x RJ-45 variant

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show digital output

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The current setting of the digital input is displayed.

4.3.2

Description show digital output

This command shows the current setting of the digital output.

Note

The function is available only for the SCALANCE W788-x/W748-x RJ-45 variant

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show digital output

Result

The current setting of the digital output is displayed.

4.3.3 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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4.3 Digital input/output

4.3.3.1 digital output open

Description

This command opens the digital output.

Note

The function is available only for the SCALANCE W788-x/W748-x RJ-45 variant

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: digital output open

Result

The digital output is opened.

Further notes

You close the digital output with the digital output closed

command.

You can display the setting of the digital output with the show digital output

command

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Description digital output closed

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4.3 Digital input/output

This command closes the digital output.

Note

The function is available only for the SCALANCE W788-x/W748-x RJ-45 variant

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: digital output closed

Result

The digital output is closed.

Further notes

You open the digital output with the digital output open

command.

You can display the setting of the digital output with the show digital output

command

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4.4 Signal recorder

4.4 Signal recorder

This section describes the commands relevant for working with the signal recorder.

4.4.1

Description show wlan signal-recorder (Client)

This command shows the status of the signal recorder. You can call the command before, after or during the recording.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The status of the signal recorder and the recording are displayed.

● If the recording has started, the configured interval and the current number of recorded measured values are displayed.

● If the recording has stopped, the configured interval and the number of recorded measured values are displayed.

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Description wlan signal-recorder start (client)

With this command, you configure and start recording with the signal recorder. The recorded measured values are saved every 10 minutes and logged in files. On completion of the recording, the files can be downloaded as a zip file using http or tftp.

The automatic saving contains only the last fully elapsed 10 minutes. The remaining minutes are discarded.

If the signal recorder is ended manually or if the procedure was ended automatically, the file contains all the values since the start of the recording.

If a recording is interrupted before 10 minutes have elapsed (e.g. due to a restart or power down), no signal recorder file is saved.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

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4.4 Signal recorder

● The WLAN interface is enabled.

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> <ms (1 - 60000)> <sample_number(1 - 20000)> start

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X ms sample_number

Description

WLAN interface

The interval in milliseconds (ms) between acquisition of two measured values

This parameter specifies how many measured values will be recorded.

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

1 - 60000

1 - 20000

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

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Result

The recording is configured and will be started. The measured values are logged in files. If these files already exist, they will be overwritten. If the set total number of measured values is reached, the recording stops automatically. Use the wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> stop

command to stop the recording early.

Further notes

You stop the recording early with the wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> stop

command.

You display the status of the signal recorder and the recording with the show wlan signalrecorder <wlan 0/X>

command.

4.4.3

Description wlan signal-recorder stop (client)

With this command, you stop the recording with the signal recorder.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

● A recording was started.

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

● The WLAN interface is enabled.

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> stop

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

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The recording was stopped.

Further notes

You start the recording with the wlan signal-recorder start

command.

4.4.4

Description wlan signal-recorder display (client)

With this command, you configure and start recording with the signal recorder without specifying a total for the measured values. The measured values are output in the CLI and logged in files. The files can be downloaded as a zip file using http or tftp. The values are stored every 10 minutes and overwrite the existing values. The file therefore contains the values the last time they were stored.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

● The WLAN interface is enabled.

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> <ms (100 - 60000)> display

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X ms

Description

WLAN interface

The interval in milliseconds (ms) between acquisition of two measured values

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

100 - 60000

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

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Result

The recording is configured and will be started. The measured values are output in the CLI and logged in files. If these files already exist, they will be overwritten.

Use the wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> stop

command to stop the recording.

During the recording, it is possible that working in the CLI becomes slower.

Further notes

You stop the recording early with the wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> stop

command.

You display the status of the signal recorder and the recording with the show wlan signalrecorder <wlan 0/X>

command.

4.4.5

Description wlan signal-recorder display sample_number (Client)

With this command, you configure and start recording with the signal recorder. The measured values are output in the CLI and logged in files. On completion of the recording, the files can be downloaded as a zip file using http or tftp. The values are stored every 10 minutes. The file contains all values since the start of the recording.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

● The WLAN interface is enabled.

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> <ms (100 - 60000)> <sample_number (1 - 20000)> display

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The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X ms sample_number

Description

WLAN interface

The interval in milliseconds (ms) between acquisition of two measured values

This parameter specifies how many measured values will be recorded.

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

100 - 60000

1 - 20000

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The recording is configured and will be started. The measured values are output in the CLI and logged in files. If these files already exist, they will be overwritten. If the set total number of measured values is reached, the recording stops automatically.

Use the wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> stop

command to stop the recording early.

During the recording, it is possible that working in the CLI becomes slower.

Further notes

You stop the recording early with the wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> stop

command.

You display the status of the signal recorder and the recording with the show wlan signalrecorder <wlan 0/X>

command.

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4.5 iPCF

4.5 iPCF

This section describes the commands relevant for working with the iPCF function (industrial

Point Coordination Function).

Note

This commands are only available with the following KEY-PLUGs:

W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

• W740 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-4PA00)

4.5.1

Description show wlan ipcf

Note

This command is only available with the following KEY-PLUG:

W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

This command shows the settings of iPCF.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan ipcf <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The iPCF settings are displayed.

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4.5 iPCF

WLAN Interface Configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the interface wlan 0/X

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the Privileged EXEC mode.

4.5.2.1 wlan ipcf

Note

This command is only available with the following KEY-PLUG:

W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

Description

With this command, you enable the iPCF mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: wlan ipcf

Result

The iPCF mode is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the iPCF mode with the no wlan ipcf

command.

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf

command.

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4.5.2.2 no wlan ipcf

Note

This command is only available with the following KEY-PLUG:

• W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

Description

With this command, you disable the iPCF mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no wlan ipcf

Result

The iPCF mode is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the iPCF mode with the wlan ipcf

command.

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf

command.

4.5.2.3

Description wlan ipcf pnio-support (access point)

Note

This command is only available with the following KEY-PLUG:

W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

With this command, you enable the optimized support of PNIO.

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4.5 iPCF

The device is in access point mode.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: wlan ipcf pnio-support

Result

The optimized support of PNIO is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the optimized support of PNIO with the no wlan ipcf pnio-support

command.

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf

command.

4.5.2.4 no wlan ipcf pnio-support (access point)

Note

This command is only available with the following KEY-PLUG:

• W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

Description

With this command, you disable the optimized support of PNIO.

Requirement

The device is in access point mode

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no wlan ipcf pnio-support

Result

The optimized support of PNIO is enabled.

Further notes

You enable the optimized support of PNIO with the wlan ipcf pnio-support

command.

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf

command.

4.5.2.5 wlan ipcf cycle-time (access point)

Note

This command is only available with the following KEY-PLUG:

• W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

Description

With this command, you configure the cycle time for iPCF.

The following points need to be taken into account when setting the cycle time. Otherwise it may not be possible to establish stable communication.

● There is only one access point in the system; in other words, the clients move only in one wireless cell. In this case, update times >= 16 ms are supported.

● There are several access points in the system that communicate over different channels.

The clients roam between the access points. In this case, select update times >= 32 ms.

In addition to the guide values shown above, remember that the shortest cycle time to be set is calculated according to the formula "2 ms * max. number of nodes".

Requirement

The device is in access point mode.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

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4.5 iPCF

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ipcf cycle-time <ms (4-512)>

The parameter has the following meaning

Parameter ms

Description

Cycle time in milliseconds (ms)

Values or range of values

4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 512

Result

The cycle time is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf

command.

4.5.2.6 wlan ipcf scan-mode (access point)

Note

This command is only available with the following KEY-PLUG:

W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

Description

With this command, you configure the scanning mode of the logged on clients.

Requirement

The device is in access point mode.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ipcf scan-mode {all-channels|next channel}

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The parameters have the following meaning

Parameter all channels

Description

The client scans all permitted channels and selects the access point with the best next channel signal strength and connects to it.

The client scans the next channel from its permitted channel list. If an access point is there, it connects to it. If it does not find an access point on this channel, it scans the next channel.

Result

The scanning mode of the logged on clients is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf

command.

4.5.2.7

Description wlan ipcf signal-quality-threshold (access point)

Note

This command is only available with the following KEY-PLUG:

W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

With this command, you set a minimum signal strength for the client with which the access point must be seen during scanning to allow a connection to be established to it.

Requirement

The device is in access point mode.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

● " next channel

" is set for the scanning mode.

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4.5 iPCF

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ipcf signal-quality-threshold <1-5>

The parameter has the following meaning

Parameter

-

Description

Threshold values for signal strength

1

2

3

4

5

Values or range of values

Level

RSSI

20

25

30

35

40

Signal quality in

%

40

50

60

70

80

Result

The signal strength for the client is set.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf

command.

You configure the scanning mode with the

Befehl wlan ipcf scan-mode

command.

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4.6 iPCF-MC

4.6 iPCF-MC

This section describes the commands relevant for working with the iPCF-MC function

(industrial Point Coordination Function - Management Channel).

Note

The commands are only available if the device supports iPFC-MC or the function can be enabled.

• iPCF-MC is enabled with the aid of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

– W740 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-4PA00)

4.6.1

Description show wlan ipcf-mc

Note

The command is only available if the device supports iPFC-MC or the function can be enabled.

• iPCF-MC is enabled with the aid of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

– W740 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-4PA00)

This command shows the settings of iPCF-MC.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: show wlan ipcf-mc

Result

The iPCF_MC settings are displayed.

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4.6 iPCF-MC

Commands in the WLAN configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN configuration mode.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the wlan

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the WLAN configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the WLAN configuration mode with the exit command, you return to the Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

4.6.2.1

Description wlan ipcf-mc

Note

The command is only available if the device supports iPFC-MC or the function can be enabled.

• iPCF-MC is enabled with the aid of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

– W740 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-4PA00)

With this command, you enable iPCF-MC on this device.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan ipcf-mc

Result iPCF-MC is enabled.

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Further notes

You disable iPCF-MC with the no wlan ipcf-mc

command.

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf-mc

command.

4.6.2.2 no wlan ipcf-mc

Note

The command is only available if the device supports iPFC-MC or the function can be enabled.

• iPCF-MC is enabled with the aid of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

– W740 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-4PA00)

Description

With this command, you disable iPCF-MC on this device.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan ipcf-mc

Result iPCF-MC is disabled.

Further notes

You enable iPCF-MC with the wlan ipcf-mc

command.

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf-mc

command.

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4.6 iPCF-MC wlan ipcf-mc cycle-time (access point)

Note

The command is only available if the device supports iPFC-MC or the function can be enabled.

• iPCF-MC is enabled with the aid of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

– W740 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-4PA00)

With this command, you configure the cycle time for iPCF-MC.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ipcf-mc cycle-time <ms (32-512)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter ms

Description

Cycle time in milliseconds (ms)

Values or range of values

32 ... 512

Result

The cycle time is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf-mc

command.

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4.6.2.4 wlan ipcf-mc mgmt-scan-period (client)

Note

The command is only available if the device supports iPFC-MC or the function can be enabled.

• iPCF-MC is enabled with the aid of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

– W740 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-4PA00)

Description

Requirement

The device is in client mode.

You are in the WLAN configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-wlan)#

Syntax

With this command, you the time for the background scan interval as a multiple of the update time.

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ipcf-mc mgmt-scan-period <num-of-cycles (1-10)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter num-of-cycles

Description

Duration

Values or range of values

1 ... 10

Result

The time is set.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan ipcf-mc

command.

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4.7 iREF iREF

This section describes the commands relevant for working with iREF.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

KEY-PLUG W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

• Access point mode

4.7.1

Description show wlan iref

This command shows the antenna via which the clients or access points (WDS partners) logged on to the access point communicate. You also obtain information, for example, about the status, signal strength, MAC address.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

KEY-PLUG W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

• Access point mode

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan iref <wlan 0/X> { clients | wds-partners }

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface clients wds-partners

Logged-on clients

Access points logged on using WDS

-

-

Values or range of values wlan 0/X

X = 1...2

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

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Result

The iREF settings, the status and the number of logged on clients or access points are displayed.

4.7.2 WLAN Interface configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the interface wlan 0/X

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the Privileged EXEC mode.

4.7.2.1

Description wlan iref

With this command, you enable iREF on the WLAN interface.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

KEY-PLUG W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

• Access point mode

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: wlan iref

Result iREF is activated.

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4.7 iREF

You disable iREF with the no wlan iref

command.

You display the settings and the status with the show wlan iref

command.

4.7.2.2

Description no wlan iref

With this command, you disable iREF for this WLAN interface.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• KEY-PLUG W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

Access point mode

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no wlan iref

Result iREF is deactivated.

Further notes

You enable iREF with the wlan iref

command.

You display the settings and the status with the show wlan iref

command.

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4.8 AeroScout

4.8 AeroScout

SCALANCE W access points support tags of the AeroScout company. Tags are batteryoperated RFID sensors that send their data cyclically as multicast frames. They provide information about temperature and movement and allow the user to send notifications.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

KEY-PLUG W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5 907-8PA00)

• Access point mode

Note

The AeroScout function cannot be combined with other iFeatures (IPCF, iREF). AeroScout can only be used in the 2.4 GHz band according to IEEE 802.11g.

For more detailed information, please refer to the documentation of the AeroScout company

(www.aeroscout.com).

4.8.1

Description show wlan aeroscout

This command shows the configuration for the AeroScout function.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan aeroscout <wlan 0/X>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

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Functions specific to SCALANCE

4.8 AeroScout

The following information is displayed for the specified WLAN interface.

● AeroScout Status

If the forwarding of AeroScout frames is enabled on the SCALANCE device, "enabled" is shown here, otherwise "disabled".

● Tag information forwarding

If the forwarding of AeroScout frames is enabled in the management program, "enabled" is shown here, otherwise "disabled".

● Engine Port

The IWLAN device expects UDP packets from the management program at port 1144.

● Response IP

The IP address of the computer on which the management program for evaluation of the

AeroScout frames is running.

● Multicast address

The tag sends frames as multicast. This multicast address is configured in the management program and displayed here.

● Acknowledgements sent

The number of acknowledgments sent by the IWLAN device to the management program as a result of cyclic queries or manual configuration changes in the management program

(UDP packets).

● Messages dropped

The number of frames not forwarded. If, for example, an AeroScout tag is configured so that it sends on channel 1, the IWLAN device does not forward a frame received on channel 6.

WLAN Interface configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the interface wlan 0/X

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the Privileged EXEC mode.

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4.8.2.1

Description wlan aeroscout

With this command, you enable AeroScout for the specified WLAN interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: wlan aeroscout

Result

AeroScout is enabled.

4.8.2.2

Description no wlan aeroscout

With this command, you disable AeroScout for the specified WLAN interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: wlan no aeroscout

Result

AeroScout is disabled.

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This part contains the sections describing how the system time is obtained and the settings.

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5.1 System time setting

This section describes commands relevant for the configuration of the system time.

5.1.1 The "show" commands

This section describes commands with which you display various settings.

5.1.1.1

Description show time

This command shows the settings of the system clock.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show time

Result

The settings for the system clock are displayed.

5.1.1.2

Description show dst info

This command shows all the entries for daylight saving time stored on the device.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

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Call the command without parameters: show dst info

Result

The entries for daylight saving time are displayed.

5.1.2 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

5.1.2.1

Description time

With this command, you configure the way in which the system time is obtained.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: time{manual|ntp|sntp|SINEC}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter manual ntp sntp

SINEC

Description

The system time is entered by the user

The system time is obtained from an NTP server

The system time is obtained from an SNTP server

The system time is obtained using the "SIMATIC time protocol"

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Result

The method of obtaining the system time is configured.

Further notes

You display the settings for the system clock with the show time

command.

5.1.2.2

Description time set

With this command, you set the system clock.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: time set hh:mm:ss <day (1-31)>

{january|february|march|april|may|june|july|august|september|october|november|decembe r}

<year (2000 - 2035)>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter hh:mm:ss

Description

Time of day day

- year

Day of the month

Month

Year

Range of values / note

Hour, minute, second each separated by ":" no link

1 ... 31 january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, october, november, december

2000 ... 2035

Result

The system time is set.

Further notes

You display the settings for the system clock with the show time

command.

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Description time dst date

With this command, you configure the start and end of daylight saving time.

Requirement

System time

5.1 System time setting

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: time dst date <name(16> <year (1900-2099)> begin <MMDDhh> end <MMDDhh>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter name year begin

MMDDhh

Description

Name of the entry

Year

Keyword for the start of daylight saving time.

Time for the start of daylight saving time. end

Range of values / note maximum 16 characters

1900 ... 2099

-

Time in the format

MM

Month

DD

Day hh

Hour

-

MMDDhh

Keyword for the end of daylight saving time.

Time for the end of daylight saving time.

Time in the format

MM

Month

DD

Day hh

Hour

Result

The entry for the start and end of daylight saving time was created.

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Description time dst recurring

With this command, you configure the start and end of daylight saving time with a generic description.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: time dst recurring <name(16)> begin {<week(1-5)> | last} <weekday> <month> <hour> end

{<week(1-5)> | last} <weekday> <month> <hour>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter name begin week last weekday

Description

Name of the entry

Keyword for the start of daylight saving time.

Calendar week in a month

Keyword for the last calendar week in a month

Weekday

Range of values / note maximum 16 characters

-

1 ... 5

- month hour end

Month

Hour

Keyword for the end of daylight saving time. monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, sunday january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, october, november, december

0 ... 23

-

Result

The entry for the start and end of daylight saving time was created.

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Description no time dst

With this command you delete the entry for the start and end of daylight saving time with the specified name. If you do not specify a name as the parameter, all entries are deleted.

Requirement

System time

5.1 System time setting

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no time dst [<name(16>]

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter name

Description

Name of the entry

Range of values maximum 16 characters

Result

An entry or the entries for the start and end of daylight saving time was/were deleted.

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5.2 NTP client

This section describes commands relevant for configuration of the NTP client.

5.2.1

Description show ntp info

This command shows the current settings for the Network Time Protocol (NTP).

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ntp info

Result

The current NTP settings are displayed.

5.2.2 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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Description ntp

With this command, you change to the Network Time Protocol (NTP).

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: ntp

Result

You are now in the NTP configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-ntp)#

Further notes

You exit the NTP configuration mode with the end

or exit

command.

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5.2.3 Commands in the NTP configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the NTP configuration mode.

In the Global configuration mode, enter the ntp

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the NTP configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the NTP configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the Privileged

EXEC mode.

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5.2.3.1

Description ntp server

With this command, you configure the connection to a server on the NTP client.

Requirement

You are in the NTP configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-ntp)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: ntp server{ipv4 <ip_addr> | fqdn-name <FQDN(100)>}[port<123,1025-

36564>][poll<seconds(64-1024)>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 ip_addr fqdn-name

FQDN(100) port

Description

Keyword for an IPv4 address

Value for the IPv4 address of the time server

Keyword for a domain name

Domain name (Fully Qualified Domain

Name)

UDP port of the time server

Range of values / note

-

Enter a valid IPv4 address.

-

Maximum of 100 characters poll seconds

Keyword for the time after which the time of day is requested again

Value for the time in seconds

123

1025 … 36564

Default: 123

-

64 … 1024

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Addresses and interface identifiers (Page 29)".

Result

The connection to a server is configured on the NTP client.

Further notes

You delete the connection to a server with the no ntp server

command.

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Description no ntp server

With this command, you delete the connection to a server on the NTP client.

Requirement

You are in the NTP configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-ntp)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no ntp server

Result

The connection to a server is deleted on the NTP client.

Further notes

You configure the connection to a server with the ntp server

command.

See also

Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)

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5.2.3.3

Description ntp time diff

With this command, you configure the time difference between the device and the NTP server.

Requirement

You are in the NTP configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-ntp)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: ntp time diff <(+/-hh:mm)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

+

hh mm

Description

Time zones to the west of the NTP server time zone

Time zones to the east of the NTP server time zone

Number of hours difference

Number of minutes difference

Enter the number of hours and number of minutes with two digits each.

Default: No time difference.

Result

The time difference between the device and the NTP server is configured.

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SNTP client

This section describes commands relevant for configuration of the SNTP client.

5.3.1

Description show sntp broadcast-mode status

This command shows the current configuration of the broadcast mode of SNTP.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show sntp broadcast-mode status

Result

The current SNTP broadcast configuration is displayed.

5.3.2

Description show sntp status

This command shows the settings of the Simple Network Time Protocol.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show sntp status

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Result

The settings of SNTP are displayed.

5.3.3

Description show sntp unicast-mode status

This command shows the current configuration of the unicast mode of SNTP.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show sntp unicast-mode status

Result

The current SNTP unicast configuration is displayed.

5.3.4 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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Description sntp

With this command, you change to the SNTP configuration mode.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: sntp

Result

You are now in the SNTP configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-sntp)#

Further notes

You exit the SNTP configuration modewith the end

or exit

command.

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5.3.5 Commands in the SNTP configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the SNTP configuration mode.

In the Global configuration mode, enter the sntp

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the SNTP configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the SNTP configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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Description sntp time diff

With this command, you configure the time difference of the system time relative to the UTC time.

Requirement

● The SNTP server must have started up.

● You are in the SNTP Configuration mode.

The command prompt is: cli(config-sntp)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: sntp time diff <(+/-hh:mm)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

+

hh mm

Description

Time zones to the west of the SNTP server time zone

Time zones to the east of the SNTP server time zone

Number of hours difference

Number of minutes difference

Enter the time difference as follows:

● with sign

● without spaces

● Hours and minutes both two digits (with leading zero)

Default: no time difference

Result

The time zone of the system time is configured.

Further notes

You can display the settings of this function and other information with the show sntp status command.

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Description sntp unicast-server

With this command, you configure an SNTP unicast server.

Requirement

● The addressing mode of the SNTP client is configured as "unicast".

● You are in the SNTP Configuration mode.

The command prompt is: cli(config-sntp)#

Syntax

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Call up the command with the following parameters: sntp unicast-server {ipv4 <ucast_addr> | fqdn-name <FQDN(100)>} [port<1025-

36564>][poll<seconds(16-16284)>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 ucast_addr

Description

Keyword for an IP address

Value for an IPv4 unicast address fqdn-name

FQDN(100) port poll seconds

Keyword for a domain name

Domain name (Fully Qualified Domain

Name)

UDP port of the time server

Keyword for the time after which the time of day is requested again

Value for the time in seconds

Range of values / note

-

Enter a valid IPv4 unicast address.

-

Maximum of 100 characters

1025 … 36564

Default: 123

-

16 ... 16284

Result

The SNTP unicast server is configured.

Further notes

You can reset the setting to the default with the no sntp unicast-server

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show sntp unicast–mode status command.

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Description no sntp unicast-server

With this command, you delete the attributes for an SNTP unicast server and reset the address.

Requirement

You are in the SNTP configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-sntp)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no sntp unicast-server {ipv4 <ucast_addr> | fqdn-name <FQDN(100)>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 ucast_addr fqdn-name

FQDN(100)

Description

Keyword for an IP address

Value for an IPv4 unicast address

Keyword for a domain name

Domain name (Fully Qualified Domain

Name)

Range of values / note

-

Enter a valid IPv4 unicast address

-

Maximum of 100 characters

Result

The SNTP unicast server is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the setting with the sntp unicast-server

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show sntp unicast–mode status command.

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Description sntp client addressing-mode

With this command, you configure the addressing mode of the SNTP client as unicast or broadcast.

Requirement

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● The SNTP client is activated.

● You are in the SNTP Configuration mode.

The command prompt is: cli(config-sntp)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: sntp client addressing-mode{unicast|broadcast}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter unicast broadcast

Description configures the SNTP client in unicast mode configures the SNTP client in broadcast mode

Range of values / note

Default: unicast enabled

-

Result

The addressing mode of the SNTP client is configured.

Further notes

You display this setting and other information with the show sntp status

command.

You display the settings for the unicast mode with the show sntp unicast-mode status command.

You display the settings for the broadcast mode with the show sntp broadcast-mode status command.

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6.1

6

WLAN

This section describes commands for configuring and managing wireless LANs (WLANs).

Some commands are available only in the "access point" or in the "client" mode. In these cases, the titles have the term access point or client added to them.

Example: wlan mode

● wlan mode (access point): The function can only be used with access points.

● wlan mode (client): The function can only be used with clients.

6.1.1 The "show" commands

This section describes commands with which you display various settings.

6.1.1.1

Description show wlan advanced

This command shows information about the send characteristics of the device, for example the beacon rate, fragmentation.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

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Result

The following settings are displayed:

● RTS/CTS threshold

● Fragmentation length threshold

● HW retries

In Access Point mode, the following additional settings are displayed:

● Beacon interval

● DTIM

● Force roaming on link down

● Overlap AP aging interval

See also

wlan beacon interval (access point) (Page 193)

wlan dtim (access point) (Page 208)

wlan force roaming eth-down (access point) (Page 210)

wlan fragmentation threshold (Page 212)

wlan overlap-ap aging (access point) (Page 224)

wlan rts-cts threshold (Page 226)

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6.1.1.2

Description show wlan allowed channels

This command displays the available wireless channels. If you have selected channels explicitly for wireless communication, this information is also displayed.

Requirement

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You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan allowed channels <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The list of wireless channels available for establishing a wireless link to the relevant WLAN interface is displayed.

See also

wlan allowed channels (Page 175)

wlan allowed channels only (Page 176)

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Description show wlan antennas

This command shows the antenna settings for the device, for example cable length.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan antennas <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The antenna settings of the relevant WLAN interface are displayed.

See also

wlan antenna cable-length (Page 184)

wlan antenna gain-2-4GHz (Page 185)

wlan antenna gain-5GHz (Page 186) wlan antenna type (Page 186)

wlan antenna mode (Page 187)

wlan antenna additional-attenuation (Page 183)

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Description show wlan ap (access point)

The command displays the configuration parameters of the access point.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

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Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan ap <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The following settings of the access point are displayed:

● Channel

● Alternative channel

● HT channel width

See also

wlan alternative channel (access point) (Page 178)

wlan channel (Access Point) (Page 194)

wlan ht channel width (access point) (Page 216)

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Description show wlan advanced-11n

The command shows the 802.11n configuration.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan advanced-11n <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The following 802.11n configuration is displayed:

● A-MPDU

● A-MPDU limit [frames]

● A-MPDU limit [bytes]

● Guard Interval (only with access points)

See also

wlan ampdu (Page 179)

wlan ampdu bytes-limit (Page 181)

wlan ampdu frames-limit (Page 182)

no wlan ampdu (Page 180)

wlan guard interval (access point) (Page 215)

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6.1.1.6

Description show wlan available-ap-list (client)

This command shows the access points to which the client device can establish a wireless link or with which the client device is connected.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan available-ap-list <wlan 0/X> [connected]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X connected

Description

WLAN interface shows the information of the access points with which the client is connected.

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

-

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The access points to which the client can set up a wireless link are displayed.

6.1.1.7

Description show wlan basic

This command displays the WLAN-basic configuration, for example, transmission standard, frequency band.

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Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The following WLAN settings are displayed:

● Admin status (whether the interface is switched on or off)

● Frequency band

● WLAN mode

● DFS (802.11h)

● Outdoor Mode

● Max Tx Power

● TX power check: Indicates whether the current WLAN settings of the selected country violate the permitted transmit power restrictions.

See also

wlan dfs (Page 206)

wlan frequency band (access point) (Page 213)

wlan frequency band (client) (Page 214)

wlan max tx-power (Page 218)

wlan mode (access point) (Page 219)

wlan mode (client) (Page 220)

wlan outdoor (Page 222)

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6.1.1.8

Description show wlan client (Client)

This command shows the client configuration of the device, for example how the MAC address is assigned to the client.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan client <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The following client settings are displayed:

● MAC Mode

● Manual MAC Address

● Any SSID

● Roaming Threshold

● Background scan mode

● Background Scan Interval

● Scan Channels

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See also

wlan any ssid (Client) (Page 189)

wlan background scan interval (client) (Page 191)

wlan background scan mode (client) (Page 192)

wlan client mac mode (client) (Page 195)

wlan client mac address (client) (Page 196)

wlan roaming threshold (client) (Page 225)

no wlan any ssid (client) (Page 190)

6.1.1.9

Description show wlan client-list (access point)

This command shows a table with the clients logged on with the access point as well as additional information, for example status, signal strength, MAC address.

Note

The command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan client-list [wlan 0/X [{mac <macaddr> | sys <sysname> | AID}]]

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X mac macaddr sys sysname

AID

Description

WLAN interface

Keyword for the MAC address of the client

MAC address

Keyword for the system name of the client

System name

Connection ID of the client.

-

-

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

- aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

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6.1.1.10

Description

The table with the logged-on clients is displayed. show wlan client-list-vap (access point)

This command shows the VAP interface via which the clients are logged on to the access point in the form of a table.

Note

The command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan client-list-vap vapX 0/Y [AID]

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter vapX 0/Y

AID

Description

VAP interface

Connection ID of the client.

-

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The table with the logged-on clients is displayed.

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6.1.1.11 show wlan data rates (access point)

Description

This command shows the tables with the available data transmission speeds.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan data rates <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The configured data transmission speeds for the corresponding WLAN interface are displayed in the form of a table. The display of the tables depends on the selected frequency band and the transmission standard.

See also

wlan data rates-11abg selected only (access point) (Page 197)

wlan data rates-11n selected only (access point) (Page 199)

wlan data rate-11abg (access point) (Page 201)

wlan data rate-11n (access point) (Page 202)

wlan data rate-11abg defaults (access point) (Page 204)

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Description show wlan device

This command shows the WLAN basic configuration for the device, for example the mode

(access point or client).

Requirement

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You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show wlan device

Result

The following settings of the device are displayed:

● Country code

● Device mode

● Commit Mode

See also

device mode (Page 171)

commit mode (Page 172)

country (Page 174)

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Description show wlan overlap-ap-list (access point)

This command shows all access points that are visible on the set or adjacent channels (at

2.4 GHz). If entries exist here, the maximum data throughput of the access point will be restricted.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan overlap-ap-list <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

6.1.1.14

Description

The access points are displayed. show wlan overview

The command shows configuration of the device.

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Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: show wlan overview

Result

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The configuration of the device is displayed. The content depends on the operating mode that is set.

● Access point:

– Radio

– WLAN mode

– Configured Channel

– Alternative DFS channel

– Operative channel

– HT channel width

– Status

– Radio

– Port

– MAC Address

– SSID

– Status

● Client

– Radio

– WLAN mode

– MAC Mode

– MAC Address

– Operative channel

– Connected BSSID

– Connected SSID

– HT Channel Width [Mhz]

– Status

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6.1.1.15

Description show wlan ssid-table (client)

This command shows a table with the SSIDs of the access points to which the client device can establish a wireless link.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan ssid-table <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The table with the SSIDs configured on the client and their status is displayed.

See also

wlan ssid-table edit (client) (Page 209)

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Description show wlan statistics

This command shows the following statistics.

● how many bad frames were received or sent per WLAN interface.

● how many frames were sent per VAP interface.

● how many frames were received per VAP interface.

In access point mode, the following additional statistics are available:

● how many frames in response to logging on or logging off were counted per VAP interface

● how many requesting frames for logging on or logging off were counted per VAP interface

Requirement

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You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan statistics <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The statistics are displayed for the selected WLAN interface. The range depends on the selected operating mode.

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6.1.1.17 show wlan vap (access point)

Description

This command shows the configuration of the VAP interface.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan vap <vapX 0/Y>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter vapX 0/Y

Description

VAP interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The following settings of the VAP are displayed:

● Admin status

● SSID

● Broadcast SSID

● WDS only

● WDS ID

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6.1.1.18

Description

vap wds id (access point) (Page 227)

vap ssid (access point) (Page 228)

vap broadcast ssid (access point) (Page 230)

no vap wds only (access point) (Page 233)

no vap broadcast ssid (access point) (Page 231)

show wlan wds (access point)

This command shows the configuration of the WDS interface.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

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Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan wds <wdsX 0/Y>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wdsX 0/Y

Description

WDS interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The following WDS settings are displayed:

● Admin status

● Connection over

● Partner ID type

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● Partner MAC

● Partner WDS ID

See also

6.1.1.19

Description

wds partner id-type (access point) (Page 234)

wds partner mac (access point) (Page 235)

wds partner wds-id (access point) (Page 236)

wds connection over (access point) (Page 237)

show wlan wds-list (access point)

This command shows the WDS partners connected to the WLAN interface.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan wds-list <wlan 0/X>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The WDS partners of the WLAN interface are displayed.

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Description show wlan ip-mapping

This command shows the table for the IP mapping. The table contains the assignment of

MAC address and IP address of the devices for which the client makes WLAN access possible.

Note

This page is only available for clients or access points in client mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show wlan ip-mapping

Result

The IP mapping table is displayed.

6.1.2

Description clear wlan statistics

With this command, you reset the WLAN statistics.

Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: clear wlan statistics

Result

The WLAN statistics are reset.

Further notes

You display the WLAN statistics tables with the show wlan statistics

command.

6.1.3 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

6.1.3.1

Description wlan

With this command, you change to the WLAN Configuration mode.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: wlan

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You are in the WLAN Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)

#

Further notes

You exit the particular WLAN Configuration mode with the end

or exit

command.

6.1.4 Commands in the WLAN configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN configuration mode.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the wlan

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the WLAN configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the WLAN configuration mode with the exit command, you return to the Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

6.1.4.1

Description device mode

With this command, you specify the mode of the device.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: device mode { ap | client }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters ap client

Description

Mode: Access Point mode (default setting)

Mode: Client mode

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Result

The mode of the device is specified.

Note

If you change the operating mode, the device needs to be restarted. Before the device restarts, a prompt for confirmation is displayed. If you confirm the prompt, the device starts automatically in the new operating mode.

Further notes

You display the settings for the mode with the show wlan device

command.

See also

show wlan device (Page 161)

6.1.4.2

Description commit mode

With this command, you specify when the modified WLAN settings become effective on the device.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: commit mode { auto | manual }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters Description auto

Each change to the WLAN settings is automatically applied and is immediately effective. manual

The changes are accepted, but are still not active. The changes only take effect when you confirm the changes with the " commit wlan-settings

" command.

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The commit mode is specified.

Further notes

You show the settings for the commit mode with the show wlan device

command.

See also

show wlan device (Page 161)

commit wlan-settings (Page 173)

6.1.4.3

Description commit wlan-settings

With this command, you confirm modified WLAN settings. The modified WLAN settings are then effective on the device.

Requirement

● Manual is set in Commit mode.

You are in the WLAN configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: commit wlan-settings

Result

The changes are confirmed and effective.

See also

commit mode (Page 172)

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Description country

With this command, you specify the country in which the device will be used.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: country { show-countries | code <iso code> }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters show-countries iso code

Description

Shows a list of the countries that can be set along with their two-digit ISO codes.

Country code The country code complies with ISO 3166.

Values or range of values

--

Enter the ISO code of the required country.

Result

The country is specified for the device.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan device

command.

See also

show wlan device (Page 161)

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Commands in the WLAN Interface configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the interface wlan 0/X

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the Privileged EXEC mode.

6.1.5.1

Description wlan allowed channels

This command specifies which of the permitted channels the device can use. A list of the permitted channels is created.

Requirement

● The "Allowed channels only" function is enabled.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan allowed channels{ all | none | {[add][del]} [ 2.4 | 4 | 5 ] <channels> }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters Description all

All permitted channels are entered in the list. none

Access point:

All channels except for the following channels are deleted:

– Operative channel

– Alternative DFS channel add

If "Auto" is set for the channel, the list is deleted and the first valid channel of the selected frequency band is applied.

• Client:

The list is deleted and the first valid channel of the selected frequency band is applied.

The channels located in the <channel> parameter are added to the list.

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Parameters Description del

The channels located in the <channel> parameter are deleted from the list.

2.4

Optional parameter. Use this parameter to specify the frequency band from which you want to add one or more channels to the list.

4

Optional parameter. Use this parameter to specify the frequency band from which you want to add one or more channels to the list.

5

Optional parameter. Use this parameter to specify the frequency band from which you want to add one or more channels to the list. channels

Number of permitted channels.

To specify in more than one channel, write the channel numbers in quotes and use the <space> as the delimiter.

Example: wlan allowed channels list 5 "40 36"

If you do not use the " add

" parameter, the existing entries in the list are overwritten.

Result

The list of permitted channels has been created.

Further notes

You display the list of valid channels with the show wlan allowed channels <wlan 0/X> command.

The "Allowed channels only" function is activated by the " wlan allowed channels only

" command.

See also

show wlan allowed channels (Page 151)

wlan allowed channels only (Page 176)

6.1.5.2

Description wlan allowed channels only

With this command, you enable the "

Use allowed channels only

" function. Only the channels you specified with the wlan allowed channels list

command are used.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

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Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan allowed channels only

Result

The function is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan allowed channels <wlan 0/X> command.

You disable the function with the no wlan allowed channels only

command.

See also

show wlan allowed channels (Page 151)

wlan allowed channels (Page 175)

no wlan allowed channels only (Page 177)

6.1.5.3

Description no wlan allowed channels only

With this command, you disable the "

Use allowed channels only

" function. This is the default setting.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan allowed channels only

Result

The function is disabled.

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Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan allowed channels <wlan 0/X>

command.

You enable the function with the

wlan allowed channels only

command.

See also

wlan allowed channels only (Page 176)

6.1.5.4 wlan alternative channel (access point)

Description

If you have activated the DFS function, you specify the alternative channel with this command. If the access point on the current channel discovers a disruption, it switches to the alternative channel.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

● The DFS function is enabled.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan alternative channel { show-channels | <number (0=auto)> }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters show-channels number

Description

Lists all available channels.

Number of the alternative channel

If you want the access point to search for a free channel itself, use

"0".

Values / range of values

--

Default value: 0 (AUTO)

Result

The alternative channel is set.

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Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

You enable the DFS function with the wlan dfs

command.

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See also

wlan dfs (Page 206)

show wlan basic (Page 155)

6.1.5.5

Description wlan ampdu

With this command, you enable the sending of AMPDU data packets. The function is enabled as default.

Requirement

● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan ampdu

Result

The sending of AMPDU data packets is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced-11n <wlan 0/X>

command.

You disable the function with the no wlan ampdu

command.

See also

show wlan advanced-11n (Page 154)

no wlan ampdu (Page 180)

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Description no wlan ampdu

With this command, you disable the sending of AMPDU data packets. If the function is disabled, only AMPDU data packets can be received.

Requirement

● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan ampdu

Result

The sending of AMPDU data packets is disabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced-11n <wlan 0/X>

command.

You enable the function with the

wlan ampdu

command (default setting).

See also

wlan ampdu (Page 179)

show wlan advanced-11n (Page 154)

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Description

With this command, you specify the maximum size of the AMPDU data packet in bytes.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ampdu bytes-limit <bytes(1024-65535)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters bytes

Description Values or range of values

Size of the AMPDU data packet in bytes 1024...65535

Default: 50000

Result

The size for the AMPDU data packets is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced-11n <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan advanced-11n (Page 154)

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Description wlan ampdu frames-limit

With this command, you specify the number of individual data packets (frames) grouped together in one AMPDU data packet.

Requirement

● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ampdu frames-limit <frames(2-64)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter frames

Description

Number of frames that are grouped together in one AMPDU data packet.

Values or range of values

2...64

Default: 32

Result

The number of frames is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced-11n <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan advanced-11n (Page 154)

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Description wlan antenna additional-attenuation

With this command, you specify the additional attenuation caused, for example by an additional splitter. Using the show wlan basic

command, check whether or not the current

WLAN settings violate the permitted transmit power restrictions (

TX Power Check

) of the selected country.

Requirement

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan antenna additional-attenuation <index (1-3)> <dB(0-70)>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters index dB

Description

Antenna connector

Attenuation in decibels [dB]

Values or range of values

1...3

0...70

Default: 0

Result

The additional attenuation is specified.

Further notes

You show the set value with the show wlan antennas <wlan 0/X>

command.

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Description wlan antenna cable-length

With this command, you configure the cable length between the device and the external antenna.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan antenna cable-length <index(1-3)> <meter(0-30)>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters Description index Antenna connector meter Cable length in meters [m]

Values or range of values

1...3

0...30

Default: 0

Result

The cable length is specified.

Further notes

You show the set cable length with the show wlan antennas <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan antennas (Page 152)

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Description wlan antenna gain-2-4GHz

With this command, you specify the antenna gain of the antenna type "User defined" in the

2.4 GHz frequency band. With the show wlan basic

command, check whether the maximum transmit power is exceeded with the setting.

Requirement

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan antenna gain-2-4GHz <index(1-3)> <dBi(0-3)>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters index gain value

Description

Antenna connector

Antenna gain in decibels isotropic (dBi)

Values or range of values

1...3

0 ... 30

0 = antenna is not connected

Result

The antenna gain is specified.

Further notes

You show the set antenna gain with the show wlan antennas <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan antennas (Page 152)

wlan antenna type (Page 186)

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Description wlan antenna gain-5GHz

With this command, you specify the antenna gain of the antenna type "User defined" in the 5

GHz frequency band. With the show wlan basic

command, check whether the maximum transmit power is exceeded with the setting.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan antenna gain-5GHz <index(1-3)> <dBi (0-30)>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters index gain value

Description

Slot no. of the interface

Antenna gain in decibels isotropic (dBi)

Values or range of values

1...3

0 ... 30

0 = antenna is not connected

Result

The antenna gain is specified.

Further notes

You show the set antenna gain with the show wlan antennas <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan antennas (Page 152)

wlan antenna type (Page 186)

6.1.5.13

Description wlan antenna type

With this command, you specify which antenna type is connected to the relevant antenna connector.

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan antenna type {show-types | <index(1-3)> <antenna-index>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters show-types index antenna-index

Description

Shows a list of supported antennas with the corresponding antenna index.

Antenna connector

Antenna index

Values or range of values

--

1...3

Enter the required antenna index.

You can obtain an overview of the antenna indexes available on the on the device with the wlan antenna typ show-types

command.

Result

The antenna type is specified.

See also

show wlan antennas (Page 152)

wlan antenna gain-2-4GHz (Page 185)

wlan antenna gain-5GHz (Page 186)

6.1.5.14

Description wlan antenna mode

With this command, you configure the settings for the antenna connected to the device.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan antenna mode <index(1-3)> { RX | TX | RX-TX }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter index

RX

TX

RX-TX

Description

Antenna connector

For receiving only

For sending only

For sending and receiving

(default setting)

Result

Values or range of values

1...3

--

--

--

The use of the antenna is specified.

The following table shows which combinations are possible:

Index 1

RX-TX

RX-TX

RX-TX

RX-TX

RX-TX

RX-TX

RX-TX

RX-TX

RX-TX

Index 2

RX-TX

RX-TX

RX

RX-TX

TX

RX-TX

TX

RX

--

--

--

--

TX

TX

--

Index 3

RX-TX

RX

RX

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan antennas <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan antennas (Page 152)

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Description wlan any ssid (Client)

With this command, you enable the "Any SSID" function. This setting is activated as default.

In client mode, the access point attempts to connect to the network with the best transmission quality and that has suitable security settings. The clients can only connect to the access point on which the "Broadcast SSID" option is enabled.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan any ssid

Result

The function is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan client <wlan 0/X>

command.

You disable the function with the no wlan any ssid command.

See also

show wlan client (Client) (Page 157)

no wlan any ssid (client) (Page 190)

vap broadcast ssid (access point) (Page 230)

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Description no wlan any ssid (client)

With this command, you disable the "Any ssid" function. The client attempts to connect to the access point from the SSID list that provides the best transmission quality and on which the

"Broadcast SSID" option is disabled.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

● An active SSID is available.

You are in the Interface configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan any ssid

Result

The function is disabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan client <wlan 0/X>

command.

You enable the function with the wlan any ssid

command (default setting).

See also

wlan any ssid (Client) (Page 189)

show wlan client (Client) (Page 157)

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Description wlan background scan interval (client)

With this command, you specify the Interval at which the client scans for further access points.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan background scan interval <ms(300-60000)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters ms

Description Values or range of values

Time in milliseconds (ms) 300 ... 60 000

Default: 5000

Result

The interval is specified.

Further notes

You show the set interval with the show wlan client <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan client (Client) (Page 157)

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6.1.5.18 wlan background scan mode (client)

Description

With this command, you specify how the client scans for further access points.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan background scan mode { disable | idle | always }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters disable idle always

Description

As long as the client is connected, it does not scan for any other access points.

If there is no data traffic for a certain time, the device scans for a different access point.

Continuous scanning for further access points. With the " wlan background scan interval

" command, you specify the scan interval.

Result

Scanning for further access points is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan client <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan client (Client) (Page 157)

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Description wlan beacon interval (access point)

With this command, you specify the interval at which the device sends beacons. Beacons are packets that are sent cyclically by an access point to inform clients of its existence.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan beacon interval <ms(40-1000)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters ms

Description

Length of the interval in milliseconds

(ms).

Values or range of values

40 ... 1000

Default: 100

Result

The interval is specified.

Further notes

You show the set interval with the show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan advanced (Page 149)

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6.1.5.20 wlan channel (Access Point)

Description

With this command, you specify the channel via which the access point communicates with the client.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan channel { show-channels | <number(0=auto)> }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters show-channels number

Description

Lists the available channels.

Channel number

If you want the access point to search for a free channel itself, use

"0".

Values / range of values

--

Enter the channel number.

Default setting for both frequency bands:

0 = Auto

Result

The channel is set.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan ap <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan ap (access point) (Page 153)

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Description wlan client mac mode (client)

With this command, you specify how the MAC address is assigned to the client. This MAC address is used by the client for communication with the access point.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan client mac mode { auto | manual | own | l2t }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters auto manual own l2t

Description

The client automatically adopts the source MAC address of the first frame that it receives over the Ethernet interface. This parameter is set as default.

Enter the MAC address with the " wlan client manual mac

" command.

The client uses the MAC address of the Ethernet interface for the WLAN interface.

The L2T parameter activates layer 2 tunneling. The client uses the MAC address of the Ethernet interface for the WLAN interface. The network is also informed of the

MAC addresses connected to the Ethernet interface of the client

Result

The MAC address was assigned to the client.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan client <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan client (Client) (Page 157)

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6.1.5.22 wlan client mac address (client)

Description

With this command, you specify the MAC address of the client.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

● The MAC address is assigned to the client manually.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan client mac address <mac address>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters mac address

Description

MAC address of the client

Values or range of values aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:aa

Result

The MAC address was assigned to the client.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan client <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan client (Client) (Page 157)

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Description wlan data rates-11abg selected only (access point)

With this command, you enable the "Use selected data rates only" function. Only the data transmission speeds you specified with the wlan data rate-11abg

command are used.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

● The transmission standard IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n is set.

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan data rates-11abg selected only

Result

The function is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan data rates

command.

You disable the function with the no wlan data rates-11abg selected only

command.

You configure the data transmission speeds with the wlan data rate-11abg

command.

You configure the transmission standard with the wlan mode

command.

See also

show wlan data rates (access point) (Page 160)

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Description no wlan data rates-11abg selected only (access point)

With this command, you enable / disable the automatic selection of the data transmission speed.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

● The transmission standard IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n is set.

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan data rates-11abg selected only

Result

The function is disabled. The data transmission speed is adapted automatically.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan data rates

command.

You enable the function with the wlan data rates-11abg selected only

command.

You configure the transmission standard with the wlan mode

command.

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Description wlan data rates-11n selected only (access point)

With this command, you enable the "Use selected data rates only" function. Only the data transmission speeds you specified with the wlan data rate-11n

command are used.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

● The transmission standard IEEE 802.11n or IEEE 802.11n only is set.

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan data rates-11n selected only

Result

The function is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan data rates

command.

You disable the function with the no wlan data rates-11n selected only

command.

You configure the data transmission speeds with the wlan data rate-11n

command.

You configure the transmission standard with the wlan mode

command.

See also

show wlan data rates (access point) (Page 160)

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Description no wlan data rates-11n selected only (access point)

With this command, you enable / disable the automatic selection of the data transmission speed.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

● The transmission standard IEEE 802.11n or IEEE 802.11n only is set.

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan data rates-11n selected only

Result

The function is disabled. The data transmission speed is adapted automatically.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan data rates

command.

You enable the function with the wlan data rates-11abg selected only

command.

You configure the transmission standard with the wlan mode

command.

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Description wlan data rate-11abg (access point)

With this command, you assign data transmission speeds to the required WLAN interface.

The access point will then use only the selected data transmission speeds for communication with the clients.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

● The transmission standard IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n is set.

● The "Use selected data rates only" function is enabled.

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan data rate-11abg {show-rates | {{add | del} <rate> | all | none} [basic]}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters Description show-rates

Shows a list of the available data transmission speeds. add

The data transmission speed is assigned to the WLAN interface entered in the < parameter. rate

> del

The data transmission speed is removed from the WLAN interface entered in the

< rate

> parameter. rate

Data transmission speed all

All available data transmission speeds are assigned to the WLAN interface. none

Only the first available data transmission speed is assigned to the WLAN interface. The other data transmission rates are deselected. basic

The data transmission speed entered in the < rate

> parameter is declared as "Basic".

The " basic

" parameter can only be called in conjunction with the parameters " add

",

" del

", " all

" and " none

".

Note

You need to assign at least one data transmission speed and one "

Basic

" to the WLAN interface.

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Result

The data transmission speeds are assigned to the WLAN interface.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan data rates

command.

You enable the function with the wlan data rates-11abg selected only

command.

You configure the transmission standard with the wlan mode

command.

You can reset the selection to the default setting with the wlan data rate-11abg defaults command.

See also

show wlan data rates (access point) (Page 160)

6.1.5.28

Description wlan data rate-11n (access point)

With this command, you assign data transmission speeds to the required WLAN interface.

The access point will then use only the selected data transmission speeds for communication with the clients.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

● The transmission standard IEEE 802.11n or IEEE 802.11n only is set.

● The "Use selected data rates only" function is enabled.

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan data rate-11n { show-MCS-indexes | {add | del} <index> | all | none }

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters show-MCS-indexes add del index all none

Description

Shows a list of the available data transmission speeds (MCS indexes).

The MCS index is assigned to the WLAN interface entered in the < index

> parameter.

The MCS index is removed from the WLAN interface entered in the

< index

> parameter.

MCS index

All available MCS indexes are assigned to the WLAN interface.

Only the first available MCS index is assigned to the WLAN interface.

The other MCS indexes are deselected.

Note

You need to enable at least one MCS index of the WLAN interface.

Result

The MCS indexes are assigned to the WLAN interface.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan data rates

command.

You enable the function with the wlan data rates-11n selected only

command.

You configure the transmission standard with the wlan mode

command.

See also

show wlan data rates (access point) (Page 160)

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6.1.5.29 wlan data rate-11abg defaults (access point)

Description

You can reset the selection to the default setting with this command.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

● The transmission standard IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n is set.

● The "Use selected data rates only" function is enabled.

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan data rate-11abg defaults

Result

The selection is reset to the default setting.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan data rates

command.

You disable the function with the no wlan data rates-11abg selected only

command.

You configure the data transmission speeds with the wlan data rate-11abg

command.

You configure the transmission standard with the wlan mode

command.

See also

show wlan data rates (access point) (Page 160)

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Description wlan data rate-11n defaults (Access Point)

You can reset the selection to the default setting with this command.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

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Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

● The transmission standard IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n is set.

● The "Use selected data rates only" function is enabled.

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan data rate-11n defaults

Result

The selection is reset to the default setting.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan data rates

command.

You disable the function with the no wlan data rates-11n selected only

command.

You configure the data transmission speeds with the wlan data rate-11n

command.

You configure the transmission standard with the wlan mode

command.

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6.1.5.31

Description wlan dfs

With this command, you enable the "DFS(802.11h)" function. If the access point discovers a disruption on the current channel, for example due to a radar device, it automatically switches to an alternative channel.

Requirement

● Frequency band 5 GHz is used.

In client mode, a mixed frequency band mode is possible (2.4 - 5 GHz).

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan dfs

Result

The DFS function is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

You disable the function with the no wlan dfs

command (default setting).

See also

show wlan basic (Page 155)

no wlan dfs (Page 207)

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Description no wlan dfs

With this command, you disable the "DFS" function. This setting is activated as default.

Requirement

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan dfs

Result

The DFS function is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

You enable the function with the wlan dfs

command.

See also

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6.1.5.33 wlan dtim (access point)

Description

With this command, you configure the DTIM interval. The DTIM interval (1-15) specifies the number of beacons to be sent before the access point sends the packets

(broadcast/unicast/multicast) to the client.

If, for example, you enter "5", this would mean that the access point collects the packets and sends them after every fifth beacon.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan dtim <1-15>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters

1-15

Description

DTIM interval after which the collected packets are sent to the client.

Values or range of values

1...15

Default: 1

Result

The DTIM interval is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan advanced (Page 149)

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6.1.5.34 wlan ssid-table edit (client)

Description

With this command, you change or delete an entry in the SSID list.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

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Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ssid-table edit <index (1-4)> {enable | disable| delete} [ssid]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters Description index

Index entry in the SSID list enable

Entry is used disable

Entry is not used delete

Entry is deleted. The is ignored. ssid parameter ssid

SSID

Values or range of values

1...4

--

Default

--

Enter the SSID of the access point.

The length of the character string for SSID is 1 to 32 characters. ASCII code 0x20 to

0x7e is used for the SSID.

To be able to use spaces in the SSID, enter the SSID in quotes: wlan ssid-table edit "H a l l o"

Result

The corresponding index entry in the SSID list is changed or deleted.

Further notes

You display the list with the show wlan ssid-table <wlan 0/X>

command.

You delete an SSID entry with the wlan ssid-table edit <index (1-4)> delete

command.

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See also

show wlan ssid-table (client) (Page 164)

6.1.5.35 wlan force roaming eth-down (access point)

Description

If the wired Ethernet interface is no longer available (cable break, connector removed), a client connected over the wireless network is not aware of this.

The access point can force the logged-on clients to roam by deactivating its WLAN interface.

The client then attempts to log on at a different access point. With this command, you enable this function.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan force roaming eth-down

Result

The function is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X>

command.

You disable the function with the no wlan force roaming eth-down command.

See also

show wlan advanced (Page 149)

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6.1.5.36

Description no wlan force roaming eth-down (access point)

With this command, you disable roaming if the connection aborts on the Ethernet interface.

This setting is activated as default.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan force roaming eth-down

Result

The function is disabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X>

command.

You enable the function with the wlan force roaming eth-down command.

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6.1.5.37

Description wlan fragmentation threshold

With this command, you specify the maximum packet size transferred on the wireless link.

Large packets are divided up into small packets prior to transmission and then reassembled into the original size after they have been received.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan fragmentation threshold <bytes(256-2346)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters bytes

Description

Packet size in bytes

Values or range of values

256...2346

Default: 2346

Result

The packet size is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X> command.

See also

show wlan advanced (Page 149)

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Description

With this command, you specify the frequency band for the WLAN interface.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan frequency band { 2.4 | 5 }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters Description

2.4

Frequency band 2.4 GHz

5

Frequency band 5.2 (4.9; 5.6; 5.8) GHz

Defaults

WLAN1: 2.4 GHz

WLAN2: 5 GHz

Result

The frequency band for the WLAN interface is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan basic (Page 155)

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6.1.5.39 wlan frequency band (client)

Description

With this command, you specify the frequency band for the WLAN interface.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan frequency band { all | 2.4 | 5 }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters all

2.4

5

Description

Both frequency bands are used.

Frequency band 2.4 GHz

Frequency band 5.2 (4.9; 5.6; 5.8) GHz

Default setting

WLAN1: 2.4 GHz

Result

The frequency band for the WLAN interface is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan basic (Page 155)

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6.1.5.40

Description wlan guard interval (access point)

With this command, you specify the send pause that must be kept to between two transferred OFDM symbols.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan guard interval { GI400 | GI800 }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters

GI400

GI800

Description

The send pause is 400 ns (default)

The send pause is 800 ns

Result

The function is enabled and the send pause set.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced-11n <wlan 0/X>

command.

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6.1.5.41 wlan ht channel width (access point)

Description

With this command, you specify the channel bandwidth. With IEEE 802.11n, data can be transferred via two directly neighboring channels (channel bonding). The two 20 MHz channels are put together to form one channel with 40 MHz channel bandwidth

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ht channel width { HT-20 | HT-40-UP | HT-40-DOWN }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters

HT-20

HT-40-UP

HT-40-DOWN

Description

Channel bandwidth 20 MHz

Channel bandwidth 40 MHz. The configured channel and the neighboring channel above it are used. (default setting)

Channel bandwidth 40 MHz. The configured channel and the underlying neighboring channel are used.

Note

Channel bandwidth 40 MHz and frequency band 2.4 GHz

If the access point detects another access point on the configured channel or on neighboring channels, the access point changes the channel bandwidth from 40 MHz to 20 MHz. If you set a "free" channel on the access point, the access point uses the channel bandwidth 40

MHz.

Result

The channel bandwidth is set.

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Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan ap <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan ap (access point) (Page 153)

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6.1.5.42

Description wlan hw-retries

With this command, you specify the number of retries. The hardware repetition is performed by the WLAN chip itself when it tries to repeat an unacknowledged packet immediately.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan hw-retries <1-60>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters

1-60

Description

Number of retries

Values or range of values

1 ... 60

Default: 16

Result

The number of retries is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X>

command.

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6.1.5.43

Description wlan max tx-power

With this command, you specify the transmit power of the device. It may be necessary to reduce the transmit power when using antennas to avoid exceeding the maximum legal transmit power. Reducing the transmit power effectively reduces cell size.

Note

The maximum possible transmit power varies depending on the channel and data rate. For more detailed information on transmit power, refer to the documentation "Characteristics radio interface".

Using the show wlan basic

command, check whether or not the current WLAN settings violate the permitted transmit power restrictions (

TX Power Check

) of the selected country.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan max tx-power <dBm(5-20)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters dBm

Description Values or range of values

Transmit power in decibel-milliwatts (dBm) 5...20

Default: 20

Result

The transmit power is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan basic (Page 155)

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6.1.5.44 wlan mode (access point)

Description

With this command, you specify the transmission standard.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

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Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan mode { show-modes |<mode>}

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters Description show-modes

Values or range of values

Lists the transmission standards. -- mode

Value corresponding to a specific transmission standard.

• a

IEEE 802.11a (5 GHz)

• g

IEEE 802.11g (2.4 GHz)

Is downwards compatible with IEEE 802.11b

• n

IEEE 802.11n (2.4 GHz + 5 GHz)

Is downwards compatible with IEEE 802.11a and IEEE 802.11g

• n-only

IEEE 802.11n (2.4 GHz + 5 GHz)

Is not downwards compatible with IEEE 802.11a and IEEE 802.11g

Depending on the current configuration, some settings are not possible. In this case, a message to this effect is displayed.

Result

The transmission standard is specified.

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Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan basic (Page 155)

6.1.5.45 wlan mode (client)

Description

With this command, you specify the transmission standard.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan mode { show-modes | [2.4 | 5] <mode>}

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters Description modes

2.4

Lists the transmission standards.

Optional. You can use the parameter in conjunction with "auto" and "n". This only takes into account the transmission standard for 2.4 GHz.

Use the parameter if the client operates in dual-frequency mode.

5

Optional. You can use the parameter in conjunction with "auto" and "n". This only takes into account the transmission standard for 5 GHz. mode

Use the parameter if the client operates in dual-frequency mode.

Value corresponding to a specific transmission standard.

Values or range of values

--

--

--

• auto

The transmission standard is detected automatically.

• a

IEEE 802.11a (5 GHz)

• g

IEEE 802.11g (2.4 GHz)

Is downwards compatible with IEEE

802.11b

• n

IEEE 802.11n (2.4 GHz + 5 GHz)

Is downwards compatible with IEEE

802.11a and IEEE 802.11g

• n-only

IEEE 802.11n (2.4 GHz + 5 GHz)

Is not downwards compatible with IEEE

802.11a and IEEE 802.11g

Depending on the current configuration, some settings are not possible. In this case, a message to this effect is displayed.

Result

The transmission standard is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan basic (Page 155)

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6.1.5.46

Description wlan outdoor

With this command, you enable the outdoor mode. In outdoor mode, the selection of countrydependent channels and the transmit power for operation are restricted for outdoor use.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan outdoor

Result

The outdoor mode is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

You disable the function with the no wlan outdoor

command (default setting).

See also

show wlan basic (Page 155)

no wlan outdoor (Page 223)

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Description no wlan outdoor

With this command, you disable the outdoor mode or enable the indoor mode. This setting is activated as default.

In indoor mode, all the country-dependent permitted channels and transmit power settings are available for operation in a building.

Requirement

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan outdoor

Result

The indoor mode is enabled or the outdoor mode is disabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan basic <wlan 0/X>

command.

You enable the outdoor mode with the wlan outdoor

command.

See also

wlan outdoor (Page 222)

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6.1.5.48 wlan overlap-ap aging (access point)

Description

With this command, you configure the aging time for the list of overlapping access points. If an access point is inactive for longer than the set time, it is removed from the list.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan overlap-ap aging <min(1-7200)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters min

Description

Time in minutes (min)

Values or range of values

1...7200

Default: 120

Result

The aging time is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan advanced (Page 149)

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6.1.5.49

Description wlan roaming threshold (client)

With this command, you specify the threshold after which the client roams to the new access point.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan roaming threshold { low | medium | high }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter low medium high

Description

Even if the difference in field strength is low, change to the AP with the stronger signal.

If the difference in field strength is medium, change to the AP with the stronger signal.

Default: medium

If the difference in field strength is high, change to the AP with the stronger signal.

Result

The threshold is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan client <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan client (Client) (Page 157)

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6.1.5.50

Description wlan rts-cts threshold

With this command, you specify the packet size starting at which RTS/CTS (Request To

Send/Clear To Send) will be used.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan rts-cts threshold < bytes(1-2346)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters bytes

Description

Size specified in bytes

Values or range of values

1...2346

Default: 2346

Result

The packet size is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan advanced (Page 149)

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Commands in the VAP Interface Configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the VAP Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the interface vapX 0/Y

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the VAP Interface Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the VAP Interface Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

6.1.6.1

Description vap wds id (access point)

With this command, you set the WDS ID for the relevant VAP interface. To establish a WDS connection, enter this WDS ID on the WDS partner.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vap wds-id <wds id>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wds id

Description

WDS ID

The WDS ID can be a maximum of 32 characters long.

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Result

The WDS ID for the VAP interface is set.

Note

WDS IDs longer than 32 characters are truncated at 32 characters.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan vap <vap X 0/Y> command.

See also

show wlan vap (access point) (Page 166)

6.1.6.2 vap ssid (access point)

Description

With this command, you configure the SSID for the relevant VAP interface.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vap ssid <ssid>

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The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters Description ssid

SSID of the VAP interface

Range of values

Enter the SSID.

The length of the character string for SSID is 1 to

32 characters. ASCII code 0x20 to 0x7e is used for the SSID.

To be able to use spaces in the SSID, enter the

SSID in quotes: vap ssid "H a l l o"

Result

The SSID for the VAP interface is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan vap <vap X 0/Y> command.

See also

show wlan vap (access point) (Page 166)

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Description vap broadcast ssid (access point)

With this command, you enable the "Broadcast SSID" function. The SSID is sent in the frame of the access point and is visible for other devices. This means that clients on which the "Any SSID" option is enabled can also connect to the access point.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: vap broadcast ssid

Result

The function is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan vap <vap X 0/Y> command.

You disable the function with the no vap broadcast ssid

command.

See also

show wlan vap (access point) (Page 166)

no vap broadcast ssid (access point) (Page 231)

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Description no vap broadcast ssid (access point)

With this command, you disable the "Broadcast SSID" function. The SSID is no longer sent in the frame of the access point. This means that the SSID is not visible for other devices.

Only stations that know the SSID of the access point and that are configured with it can connect to the access point. The "Any SSID" option must be disabled on these clients.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no vap broadcast ssid

Result

The function is disabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan vap <vap X 0/Y> command.

You enable the function with the vap broadcast ssid

command (default setting).

See also

vap broadcast ssid (access point) (Page 230)

show wlan vap (access point) (Page 166)

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6.1.6.5 vap wds only (access point)

Description

With this command, you specify that the access point only supports communication via

WDS.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: vap wds only

Result

You have specified who the VAP interface connects to.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan vap <vap X 0/Y> command.

You disable the function with the no vap wds only

command (default setting).

See also

no vap wds only (access point) (Page 233)

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Description no vap wds only (access point)

With this command, you specify that the access point supports not only communication via

WDS. This setting is activated as default.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no vap wds only

Result

You have specified who the VAP interface connects to.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan vap <vap X 0/Y> command.

You enable the function with the vap wds only

command.

See also

show wlan vap (access point) (Page 166)

vap wds only (access point) (Page 232)

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6.1.7 Commands in the WDS Interface Configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the WDS Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the interface wdsX 0/Y

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the WDS Interface Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the WDS Interface Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

6.1.7.1

Description wds partner id-type (access point)

With this command, you specify whether the WDS partner is detected by the access point by the MAC address or the WDS ID.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode for the WDS interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wdsX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wds partner id-type { mac-address | wds-id }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters mac-address wds-id

Description

The MAC address is used for communication. With the " wds partner mac

" command, you specify the MAC address.

The WDS ID is used for communication. With the " wds partner wds id

" command, you specify the WDS ID.

Result

The type of communication is specified.

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Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan wds <wdsX 0/Y>

command.

See also

show wlan wds (access point) (Page 167)

wds partner mac (access point) (Page 235)

wds partner wds-id (access point) (Page 236)

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6.1.7.2 wds partner mac (access point)

Description

With this command, you enter the MAC address of the WDS partner.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode for the WDS interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wdsX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wds partner mac <mac-address>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters mac-address

Description

MAC address of the communications partner

Result

The MAC address is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan wds <wdsX 0/Y>

command.

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See also

show wlan wds (access point) (Page 167)

wds partner id-type (access point) (Page 234)

6.1.7.3 wds partner wds-id (access point)

Description

With this command, you enter the WDS ID of the WDS partner.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode for the WDS interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wdsX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wds partner wds-id <wds-id>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters wds-id

Description

WDS ID of the WDS partner

Result

The WDS ID is specified.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan wds <wdsX 0/Y>

command.

See also

show wlan wds (access point) (Page 167)

wds partner id-type (access point) (Page 234)

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Description wds connection over (access point)

With this command, you specify the VAP interface via which the WDS connection is established.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode for the WDS interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wdsX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wds conncection over <vapX 0/Y>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter wdsX 0/Y

Description

Interface

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The VAP interface is set.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan wds <wdsX 0/Y>

command.

See also

show wlan wds (access point) (Page 167)

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6.2 VLAN

This section describes commands for configuring and managing virtual networks (VLANs).

6.2.1 The "show" commands

This section describes commands with which you display various settings.

6.2.1.1

Description show dot1d mac-address-table

This command shows the table with the static and dynamic unicast entries and the dynamic multicast entries.

Requirement

● In "base bridge-mode", the mode for the device is set to "transparent".

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show dot1d mac-address-table [address<aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff>]

[interface{<interface-type><interface-id>}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter address aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff interface interface-type interface-id

Description

Keyword for a MAC address

MAC address

Keyword for a an interface description

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Values

-

-

-

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the entries are displayed for all available interfaces.

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Description

The entries are displayed. show mac-address-table

This command shows the table with the static and dynamic unicast MAC addresses and multicast MAC addresses.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show mac-address-table [vlan<vlan-range>][address<aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:aa>]

[interface <interface-type><interface-id>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vlan vlan-range address aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:aa interface interface-type interface-id

Description

Keyword for a VLAN or VLAN range

Number of the addressed VLAN or

VLAN range

Keyword for a MAC address

MAC address

Range of values / note

-

1 ... 4094

-

-

Keyword for a an interface description -

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Enter a valid interface.

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the entries are displayed for all available interfaces.

Result

The entries of the MAC addresses table are displayed.

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Description show mac-address-table count

With this command, you show the number of MAC addresses for all or a selected VLAN.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show mac-address-table count[vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vlan vlan-id

Description

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Number of the addressed VLAN

Range of values / note

-

1 ... 4094

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the total number of entries is displayed for all VLANs.

Result

The number of MAC addresses for the selected VLAN is displayed.

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Description show mac-address-table dynamic unicast

This command shows the MAC addresses of the dynamic unicast configuration.

Requirement

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● In "base bridge-mode", the mode for the device is set to "transparent".

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show mac-address-table dynamic unicast[vlan<vlan-range>]

[address<aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:aa>][{interface<interface-type>

<interface-id>}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vlan vlan-range

Description

Keyword for a VLAN or VLAN range

Number of the addressed VLAN or VLAN range 1 ... 4094 address aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:aa

Keyword for a MAC address

MAC address interface interface-type

Keyword for a an interface description

Type or speed of the interface

Values

-

-

-

-

Enter a valid interface. interface-id

Module no. and port no. of the interface

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the entries are displayed for all available interfaces.

Result

The entries are displayed.

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Description show vlan

This command shows the specific information for all or a selected VLAN.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show vlan[brief|id<vlan-range>|summary]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter brief id vlan-range summary

Description

Shows brief information about all

VLANs

Keyword for a VLAN or VLAN range

Number of the addressed VLAN or

VLAN range

Shows a summary of the VLANs

Range of values / note

-

-

1 ... 4094

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the entries of all available interfaces are displayed.

Result

6.2.1.6

Description

The information for the selected VLAN is displayed. show vlan device info

This command shows all the global information that is valid for all VLANs.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

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Call the command without parameters: show vlan device info

Result

6.2.1.7

Description

The global information is displayed. show vlan learning params

This command shows the parameters for the automatic learning of addresses for selected or all VLANs (active and inactive VLANs).

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show vlan learning params[vlan<vlan-range>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vlan vlan-range

Description

Keyword for a VLAN or VLAN range

Number of the addressed VLAN or

VLAN range

Range of values / note

-

1 ... 4094

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the entries of all available interfaces are displayed.

Result

The settings for the automatic learning of addresses are displayed.

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Description show vlan port config

This command shows the VLAN-specific information for ports.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show vlan port config[{port<interface-type><interface-id>}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter port interface-type interface-id

Description

Keyword for a port

Type of interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Range of values / note

-

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the entries of all available interfaces are displayed.

Result

The information about the ports is displayed.

6.2.2 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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Description mac-address-table aging

With this command, you enable the "Aging" function. The "Aging" function ensures that an entry in the MAC address list that was learned dynamically is deleted again after a certain time.

Requirement

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You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: mac-address-table aging

Result

The "Aging" function is enabled.

Further notes

You configure the time with the mac-address-table aging-time

command.

You disable the "Aging" function with the no mac-address-table aging

command.

6.2.2.2

Description no mac-address-table aging

With this command, you disable the "Aging" function.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no mac-address-table aging

Result

The "Aging" function is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the "Aging" function with the mac-address-table aging

command.

6.2.2.3

Description vlan

With this command, you create a VLAN on the device and change to the VLAN configuration mode.

Note

The device supports up to 24 virtual networks.

In the provider backbone bridge mode, this command is used to create user, service and backbone VLANs.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vlan <vlan-id(1-4094)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters vlan-id

Description

Number of the addressed VLAN

Do not enter any leading zeros with the number of the VLAN.

Range of values

1 ... 4094

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The VLAN is created.

You are now in the VLAN configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-vlan-$$$)#

Further notes

You delete the VLAN with the no vlan

command.

You can display information about the VLAN with the show vlan

command.

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Description no vlan

With this command, you delete a VLAN on the device.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameter: no vlan <vlan-id(2-4094)>

Parameter vlan-id

Description

Number of the addressed VLAN

The VLAN with number 1 cannot be deleted.

Range of values / note

2 ... 4094

Result

The VLAN is deleted

Further notes

With the vlan

command, you create a VLAN on the device.

You can display information about the VLAN with the show vlan

command.

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6.2.2.5

Description base bridge-mode

With this command, you configure whether or not the device is configured as a bridge according to IEEE 802.1D for the Spanning Tree protocol or according to IEEE 802.1Q for a virtual bridged LAN.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: base bridge-mode {dot1d-bridge|dot1q-vlan}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter dot1d-bridge dot1q-vlan

Description

Sets the mode of the device to "transparent" for the Spanning Tree protocol. sets the mode of the device to "VLAN-aware" for a virtual bridged LAN.

Range of values

Default setting

-

Result

The device mode is configured.

Further notes

You display the status of this function and other information with the show vlan device info command.

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Description mgmt vlan

With this command, you change the agent VLAN ID. You can only use VLANs that have already been configured.

Note

Changing the agent VLAN ID

If the configuration PC is connected directly to the device via Ethernet and you change the agent VLAN ID, the device is no longer reachable via Ethernet following the change.

Requirement

● In " base bridge-mode

", the mode for the device is set to dot1q-vlan

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: mgmt vlan <vlan-id(1-4094)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters vlan-id

Description

Number of the addressed VLAN

Range of values

1 ... 4094

Result

The Agent VLAN ID has been changed.

Further notes

You reset the dot1q-vlan

setting with the base bridge-mode

command.

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6.2.3 Commands in the interface configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the interface configuration mode.

Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global configuration mode, enter the interface

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the interface configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the Interface configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the

Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the Interface configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

6.2.3.1

Description switchport acceptable-frame-type

With this command, you configure which types of frames the interface accepts.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: switchport acceptable-frame-type{all|tagged}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters all tagged

Description

All frames (with and without VLAN variables) are accepted

Only frames with VLAN variables are accepted

At system start or when using the restart

command with the option memory or factory

, the following defaults apply:

● The function is configured for all

.

Result

The setting is enabled.

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Further notes

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show vlan port config command.

6.2.3.2

Description switchport access vlan

With this command, you assign an VLAN to an interface and configure the port VLAN identifier (PVID) for it.

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: switchport access vlan <vlan-id(1-4094)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter vlan-id

Description

Number of the addressed VLAN

Range of values / note

1 ... 4094

Result

The Interface is added to the VLAN as an untagged port and the corresponding VLAN ID is set.

Further notes

You can reset the setting to the default with the no switchport access vlan

command.

You display the setting and other information with the show vlan port config

command.

6.2.3.3

Description no switchport access vlan

With this command, you reset the setting for the port VLAN identifier (PVID) for an interface to the default value.

The default value is 1.

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Requirement

You are in the interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no switchport access vlan

Result

The setting is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the setting with the switchport access vlan

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show vlan port config command.

6.2.3.4

Description switchport ingress-filter

With incoming packets, the ingress filter checks whether the port on which the packet was received belongs to the sending VLAN. If this is not the case, the packet is not processed.

With this command, you enable the ingress filter.

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: switchport ingress-filter

Result

The ingress filter is activated.

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You disable the filter with the no switchport ingress-filter

command.

You can display the status of the ingress filter and other settings with the show vlan port config

command.

6.2.3.5

Description no switchport ingress-filter

With this command, you disable the ingress filter.

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no switchport ingress-filter

Result

The ingress filter is deactivated.

Further notes

You enable the filter with the switchport ingress-filter

command.

You can display the status of the ingress filter and other settings with the show vlan port config

command.

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6.2.3.6

Description switchport priority default

With this command, you configure the priority default for the interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: switchport priority default <0-7>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

-

Description

Value for the priority default

Range of values / note

0 ... 7

Default: 0

Result

The setting for the default priority of the interface is configured.

Further notes

You reset the priority default to the original default with the no switchport priority default command.

You display this setting and other information with the show vlan port config

command.

6.2.3.7

Description no switchport priority default

With this command, you reset the priority default for the interface to the default value.

The default value is 0.

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You are in the Interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no switchport priority default

Result

The setting is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the priority default with the switchport priority default

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show vlan port config

command.

6.2.3.8

Description switchport pvid

With this command, you assign an interface to a VLAN and configure the port VLAN identifier (PVID) for it. If a received frame has no VLAN tag, it has a tag added with the VLAN

ID specified here and is sent according to the switch rules for the port.

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: switchport pvid <vlan-id(1-4094)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter vlan-id

Description

Number of the addressed VLAN

Range of values / note

1 ... 4094

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Result

The PVID is configured

Further notes

You can reset the setting to the default with the no switchport pvid

command.

You configure the VLAN ID with the switchport access vlan

command.

You display the setting and other information with the show vlan port config

command.

6.2.3.9

Description no switchport pvid

With this command, you reset the setting for the port VLAN identifier (PVID) for an interface to the default value.

The default value is 1.

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no switchport pvid

Result

The setting is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the setting with the switchport pvid

command.

You configure the VLAN ID with the switchport access vlan

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show vlan port config

command.

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Commands in the VLAN configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the VLAN Configuration mode.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the vlan $$$

command to change to this mode.

When doing this, you need to replace the

$$$

placeholders with the relevant VLAN ID.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the VLAN Configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the VLAN Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global

Configuration mode.

● If you exit the VLAN Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

6.2.4.1

Description name

With this command, you assign a name to the VLAN.

Requirement

You are in the VLAN Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-vlan-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: name <vlan-name>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter vlan-name

Description Range of values / note

Name that will be assigned to the VLAN max. 32 characters

Result

The VLAN is assigned a name.

Further notes

You delete name assignment for a VLAN with the no name

command.

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Description no name

With this command, you delete the name assignment for a VLAN.

Requirement

You are in the VLAN configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-vlan-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no name

Result

The name of the VLAN is deleted.

Further notes

You assign the VLAN a name with the command name

.

6.2.4.3

Description ports

With this command, you generate a static VLAN entry that specifies the use of the ports.

Here, you configure the following types of ports:

● Member ports (tagged ports)

These ports are permanently added to the list of outgoing connections

● Untagged ports

These ports transfer data packets without a VLAN marking

● Forbidden ports

These ports are not used for communication in a VLAN

The tagged and untagged ports specified with this command are used for outgoing data traffic.

Requirement

You are in the VLAN Configuration mode.

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The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-vlan-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: ports

(

[<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>]

[<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>]

)

[

untagged<interface-type> <0/a-b,0/c,...>

(

[<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>] [all]

)

]

[

forbidden<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>

[<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>]

]

[name<vlan-name>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters interface-type

Description

Type or speed of the interface

/a-b,0/c,...

/a-b,0/c,...

untagged all forbidden name vlan-name

Port no. of the interface

Port no. of the interface

Keyword for interfaces or ports that transfer data packets without VLAN marking

Specifies that all interfaces or ports are set to

"untagged"

Keyword for forbidden interfaces or ports

Keyword for the name assignment

Name of the VLAN

Values

• gigabitethernet

Enter a valid interface name

Enter a valid interface name

-

-

-

- max. 32 characters

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The settings are enabled.

Further notes

You display details of the function with the show vlan

command.

You reset the settings with the no ports

command.

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Description no ports

With this command, you reset the ports for a VLAN.

Requirement

You are in the VLAN Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-vlan-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no ports

(

[<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>]

[<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>] [all]

)

[

untagged<interface-type> <0/a-b,0/c,...>

(

[<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>] [all]

)

]

[

(

forbidden<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>

[<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>] [all]

)

]

[name<vlan-name>]

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter interface-type

/a-b,0/c,...

untagged all forbidden name vlan-name

Description

Type or speed of the interface

Port no. of the interface

Keyword for interfaces or ports that transfer data packets without VLAN marking

Specifies that all interfaces or ports are set to "untagged"

Keyword for forbidden interfaces or ports

Keyword for the name assignment

Name of the VLAN

Values

Enter a valid interface.

-

-

-

- max. 32 characters

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The ports are reset.

Further notes

You display details of the function with the show vlan

command.

You reset the setting with the no ports

command.

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6.3 Spanning Tree

The Spanning Tree Protocol is used to monitor a LAN for redundant connections. These are blocked and reactivated when necessary if there are changes to the network topology.

This section describes the commands of the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), the Rapid

Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) and the Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP).

Note

Avoiding bad configurations

When using the commands in this section, you should take particular care because a bad configuration of this function can have serious negative affects on the network.

6.3.1 The "show" commands

6.3.1.1

Description show spanning-tree

This command shows the settings of the spanning tree function.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show spanning-tree [{summary|blockedports|pathcost method}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter summary blockedports pathcost method

Description

Shows a summary

Shows the blocked ports

Shows whether 16-bit (short) or 32 bit (long) values are used in the calculation

Result

The settings for the spanning tree function are displayed.

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You can show further settings for special aspects of the Spanning Tree Protocol with the following commands:

● show spanning-tree active

● show spanning-tree bridge

● show spanning-tree detail

● show spanning-tree interface

● show spanning-tree root

● show spanning-tree mst

6.3.1.2

Description show spanning-tree active

This command shows the settings for the active ports of the spanning tree function.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show spanning-tree active [detail]

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter detail

Description

Shows settings in detail

Result

6.3.1.3

Description

The settings for the active ports of the spanning tree function are displayed. show spanning-tree bridge

This command shows the settings of the spanning tree function of the bridge.

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Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show spanning-tree bridge

[{address|forward-time|hello-time|id|max-age|protocol|priority|detail}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter address forward-time hello-time id max-age protocol priority detail

Description

Shows the MAC address of the bridge

Shows the time that the bridge is in the listening mode when changing from the blocking mode to the learning mode

Shows the time after which the bridge sends configuration frames (BPDUs)

Shows the ID of the bridge

Shows the maximum age of the data packet after which it is deleted

Shows the protocol used

Shows the priority of the bridge

Shows detailed information about the spanning tree settings of the interface

Result

6.3.1.4

Description

The settings for the spanning tree function of the bridge are displayed. show spanning-tree detail

This command shows the detailed settings of the spanning tree function.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

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Description

The detailed settings for the spanning tree function are displayed. show spanning-tree interface

This command shows the settings of the ports for the spanning tree function.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show spanning-tree interface <interface-type><interface-id>

[{cost|priority|portfast|rootcost|restricted-role|

restricted-tcn|state|stats|detail}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter interface-type interface-id cost priority portfast rootcost restricted-role restricted-tcn state stats detail

Description

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Shows the port costs used to calculate the lowest-cost path.

Shows the priority of the port.

Shows whether spanning-tree portfast

is enabled.

-

Shows the costs of the path to the root bridge. -

Shows whether role spanning-tree restricted-

is enabled.

-

Shows whether spanning-tree restrictedtcn

is enabled.

Shows the status of the interface.

-

-

- Shows the counters of the various BPDU transmissions.

Shows detailed information about the spanning tree settings of the interface.

-

-

-

Range of values / note

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

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Result

The settings of the ports for the spanning tree function are displayed.

6.3.1.6

Description show spanning-tree l2t-edge

This command displays the status of the layer 2 tunnel ports.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: show spanning-tree l2t-edge

Result

The status of the layer 2 tunnel ports is displayed.

6.3.1.7

Description show spanning-tree mst configuration

This command shows various settings for an instance of the Multiple Spanning Tree

Protocol.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

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Call the command without parameters: show spanning-tree mst configuration

Result

The settings of an instance of the Multiple Spanning Tree protocol are displayed.

Further notes

You display the general settings for the Spanning Tree Protocol with the show spanning-tree command.

6.3.1.8

Description show spanning-tree mst interface

This command shows port-specific settings of a Multiple Spanning Tree configuration.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with one of the following parameter assignments: show spanning-tree mst

[<instance-id(1-64)>] interface<interface-type><interface-id>

[{stats|hello-time|detail}]

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter instance-id

Description

Number of the instance or range of instances whose settings are displayed type stats

Type or speed of the interface interface-id

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Shows the number of incoming and outgoing packets for each path of the interface hello-time

Shows the intervals at which the root switch sends its "Hello" message to the other switches detail

Shows detailed information about the selected interface

Range of values

1 ... 64

Enter a valid interface.

-

-

-

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The settings are displayed.

Further notes

You display the general settings for the Spanning Tree Protocol with the show spanning-tree command.

6.3.1.9

Description show spanning-tree root

This command shows the settings of the root bridge for the spanning tree function.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show spanning-tree root

[{address|cost|forward-time|id|max-age|port|priority|detail}]

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter address cost forward-time id max-age port priority detail

Description

Shows the MAC address of the root bridge

Shows the costs of the connection to the root bridge.

Shows the time that the bridge is in the listening mode when changing from the blocking mode to the learning mode

Shows the ID of the root bridge

Shows the maximum age of the data packet after which it is deleted

Shows the interface via which the spanning tree is set up

Shows the priority of the bridge

Shows detailed information about the root bridge

Result

The settings of the root bridge for the spanning tree function are displayed.

6.3.2

Description clear spanning-tree counters

With this command, you reset all the statistical counters of the spanning tree function at the device and port level.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: clear spanning-tree counters

Result

The spanning tree counters are reset.

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6.3.3 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

6.3.3.1

Description spanning-tree

The Spanning Tree Protocol is used to monitor a LAN for redundant connections. These are blocked and reactivated when necessary if there are changes to the network topology.

With this command, you enable the spanning tree function.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: spanning-tree

Result

The spanning tree function is enabled.

Further notes

As default the function is "enabled".

You disable the spanning tree function with the no spanning tree

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show spanning tree detail

command.

You can display information about active ports with the show spanning tree active command.

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Description no spanning-tree

With this command, you disable the spanning tree function.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no spanning-tree

Result

The spanning tree function is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the spanning tree function with the spanning tree

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show spanning tree detail

command.

You can display information about active ports with the show spanning tree active command.

6.3.3.3

Description spanning-tree compatibility

With this command, you configure the compatibility version of the protocol that will be used by the spanning tree function.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree compatibility {stp|rst|mst}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter stp rst mst

Description

The version is compatible with the

Spanning Tree protocol

The version is compatible with the

Rapic Spanning Tree protocol

The version is compatible with the

Multiple Spanning Tree protocol

Range of values / note

-

Default: enabled

-

Result

The compatibility version of the protocol is selected.

Further notes

You can reset the setting to the default mst

with the no spanning-tree compatibility command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show spanning tree detail

command.

You can display information about active ports with the show spanning tree active command.

6.3.3.4

Description no spanning-tree compatibility

With this command, you reset the compatibility version of the protocol of the spanning tree function to the default value.

The default value is MST.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Call the command without parameters: no spanning-tree compatibility

Result

The compatibility version is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the setting with the spanning-tree compatibility

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show spanning tree detail

command.

6.3.3.5

Description spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge

This command specifies that at all layer 2 tunnel ports it should be automatically detected whether or not an end device is connected.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge

Result

The automatic detection is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the automatic detection with the no spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge

command.

You can display the status of this function with the show spanning-tree l2t-edge command.

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Description no spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge

With this command, you disable automatic detection of an end device at layer 2 tunnel ports.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge

Result

The automatic discovery of a bridge on the interface is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the automatic detection with the spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge

command.

You can display the status of this function with the show spanning-tree l2t-edge command.

6.3.3.7

Description spanning-tree l2t-edge

With this command, you specify that an end device can be located at a layer 2 tunnel port.

Otherwise a reconfiguration of the network will be triggered whenever a link to this port is modified. The L2T clients should be interconnected.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Call the command without parameters: spanning-tree l2t-edge

Result

The setting is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the setting with the no spanning-tree l2t-edge

command.

You can display the status of this function with the show spanning-tree l2t-edge command.

6.3.3.8

Description no spanning-tree l2t-edge

With this command, you disable the setting that an end device may be located at a layer 2 tunnel port.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no spanning-tree l2t-edge

Result

The setting is disabled.

Further notes

The automatic discovery of a bridge on the interface is disabled with the spanning-tree l2tedge

command.

You can display the status of this function with the show spanning-tree l2t-edge command.

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6.3.3.9

Description spanning-tree mst configuration

With this command, you change to the MSTP configuration mode.

Requirement

● MSTP is enabled

● Compatibility mode: MSTP

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: spanning-tree mst configuration

Result

You are now in the MSTP configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)#

Further notes

You exit the MSTP configuration mode with the end

or exit

command.

6.3.3.10

Description spanning-tree mst instance-id root

With this command you specify whether the device is a root bridge (primary) or a substitute root bridge (secondary).

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree mst{instance-id<instance-id(1-64)>}root{primary|secondary}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter instance-id

Description

Keyword for the instance instance-id

Number of the instance primary

The priority of the device is set to a low value so that the device can become the root bridge (primary) of the

Spanning Tree instance. The lower the value, the higher the priority. secondary

The priority of the device is set to a low value so that the device becomes the substitute root bridge (secondary) of the Spanning Tree instance. If the root bridge (primary) fails, the substitute root bridge (secondary) takes over the task of the root bridge without delay.

Range of values / note

-

1 ... 64

The priority is set to the value 24576.

The priority is set to the value 28672.

Result

The function of the device is specified.

Further notes

You disable the root bridge with the no spanning-tree mst instance-id root

command.

You display this setting and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

6.3.3.11

Description no spanning-tree mst instance-id root

With this command, you disable the "root bridge" function on the device.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree mst{instance-id<instance-id(1-64)>}root

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter instance-id instance-id

Description

Keyword for the instance

Number of the instance

Range of values

-

1 ... 64

Result

The "root bridge" function is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the root bridge function with the spanning-tree mst instance-id root

command.

You display this setting and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

6.3.3.12

Description spanning-tree mst max-hops

With this command, you configure the maximum number of nodes (hops) that a path can run through in an MST.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree mst max-hops <value(6-40)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter value

Description

Maximum number of hops that a path can run through in an MST

Range of values / note

6 ... 40

Default: 20

Result

The setting for the maximum number of hops is configured.

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You can reset the setting for the maximum number of nodes to the default with the no spanning-tree mst max-hops

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show spanning tree mst configuration

command.

6.3.3.13

Description no spanning-tree mst max-hops

With this command, you reset the maximum number of hops that a path in an MST can run through to the default value.

The default value is 20.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no spanning-tree mst max-hops

Result

The setting for the maximum number of nodes is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You can configure the setting for the maximum number of nodes with the spanning-tree mst max-hops

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show spanning tree mst configuration

command.

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Description spanning-tree priority

With this command, you configure the priority of the device. Which device becomes the root bridge is decided based on the priority. The bridge with the highest priority becomes the root bridge. The lower the value, the higher the priority.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree[mst <instance-id(1-64)>] priority <value(0-61440)>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter mst instance-id priority value

Description Range of values / note

Keyword for a Multiple Spanning Tree instance -

Number of the instance 1 ... 64

Keyword for the priority

Value for the priority

-

0 ... 61440

Default: 32768

You can only change the value for the priority in the steps of 4096.

Result

The priority of the device is configured.

Further notes

You can reset the setting to the default with the no spanning-tree priority

command.

You display this setting and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

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Description no spanning-tree priority

With this command, you reset the priority of the device back to the default value.

The default value is 32768.

Requirement

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You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no spanning-tree[mst <instance-id(1-64)>]priority

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter mst instance-id

Description

Keyword for a Multiple Spanning Tree instance

Number of the instance

Range of values / note

-

1 ... 64

Result

The priority of the device is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the setting with the spanning-tree priority

command.

You display this setting and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

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6.3.3.16 Time settings for the Spanning Tree protocol spanning-tree

Description

With this command, you configure the various time settings of the spanning tree function:

● With the forward-time

option, you configure the time after which a port changes its spanning tree status from "Blocking" to "Forwarding".

● With the hello-time

option, you configure the time after which the bridge sends its configuration BPDUs.

● With the max-age

option, you configure the time after which the information of the BPDUs becomes invalid.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree{forward-time<seconds(4-30)>|hello-time<seconds(1-2)>|

max-age<seconds(6-40)>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter forward-time

Description

Keyword for the time after which a port changes its spanning tree status from "Blocking" to "Forwarding" seconds

Time after which the changeover takes place hello-time seconds max-age seconds

Keyword for the time after which the bridge sends its configuration BPDUs

Time after which they are sent

Keyword for the time after which the information of the BPDUs becomes invalid

Maximum age of the BPDUs in seconds

Range of values

-

4 ... 30

Default: 15

-

1 ... 2

Default: 2

-

6 ... 40

Default: 20

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Note

Dependencies when setting the timing

If you specify the time settings for spanning tree, you need to keep to the following two rules:

2 * ( forward-time

- 1) >= max-age and max-age

>= 2 * ( hello-time

+ 1)

Result

The selected setting for the time is configured.

Further notes

You can reset the time to the default with the no spanning-tree

command (time settings).

You display these settings and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

. no spanning-tree

Description

With this command, you reset the various time settings of the spanning tree function to the default value.

The default values are as follows:

Parameters forward-time hello-time max-age

Default value

15 seconds

2 seconds

20 seconds

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no spanning-tree{forward-time|hello-time|max-age}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters forward-time hello-time max-age

Description

Time after which a port changes its spanning tree status from "Blocking" to

"Forwarding"

Time after which the bridge sends its configuration BPDUs

Time after which the information of the BPDUs becomes invalid

Result

The selected setting for the time is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the time with the spanning-tree

command (time settings).

You display these settings and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

6.3.4 Commands in the interface configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Interface configuration mode.

Note

The commands are only available with layer 3 and when the interface is a VLAN interface.

In the VRRP Router configuration mode, enter the interface

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Interface configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the Interface configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the

VRRP Router configuration mode.

● If you exit the Interface configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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Description spanning-tree

With this command, you configure the various properties of the spanning tree function:

● With the cost

option, you configure the port costs used to calculate the lowest-cost path.

● With the disable

option, you disable the interface for the spanning tree function.

● With the link-type

option, you configure the connection status of the following network segment. The following settings are possible:

– point-to-point

– the interface communicates with precisely one network component

– shared

- the interface is connected to more than one network component

● With the portfast

option, you enable the PortFast function on the interface. The interface is connected to an end device and can therefore ignore the waiting time before changing to Forwarding mode.

● With the port-priority

option, you configure the priority of the interface for negotiating a spanning tree configuration.

Requirement

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree {cost <0-200000000>|disable|

link-type{point-to-point|shared}|portfast|

port-priority<0-240>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter cost

Description

Keyword

Describes the costs of the port for calculating the lowest cost path. disable disables the interface for spanning tree

Range of values / note

0 ... 200000000

Default: if dynamic calculation of the path costs is not enabled:

• 200000 for physical interfaces

199999 for port channels

-

Default:

The spanning tree function is enabled on the interface

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Parameter link-type portfast port-priority

Description

Connection status of the following network segment

Enables the PortFast function

Priority of the interface

Range of values / note

• point-to-point

• shared

Default:

• point-to-point

The connection is configured as full-duplex

• shared in all other cases

-

Default: disabled

0 ... 240 in steps of 16

Default: 128

Note

Configure multiple properties

With each call of the command, you can configure precisely one property.

If you want to configure several properties, call the command several times.

Result

The selected property is configured.

Further notes

You can reset the setting to the default with the no spanning-tree

(properties) command.

You display these settings and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

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Description no spanning-tree

With this command, you reset the various properties of the spanning tree function to the default value:

The default values are as follows:

Parameter cost

Default value if dynamic calculation of the path costs is not enabled:

200000 for physical interfaces

• 199999 for port channels disable link-type

The spanning tree function is enabled on the interface

• point-to-point portfast port-priority

The connection is configured as full-duplex

• shared in all other cases disabled

128

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no spanning-tree {cost|disable|link-type|portfast|port-priority}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter cost disable link-type portfast port-priority

Description

Keyword for the costs of the port for calculating the lowest-cost path.

Enables the interface for spanning tree.

Connection status of the following network segment

Disables the PortFast function.

Keyword for the priority of the interface

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Note

Configure multiple properties

With each call of the command, you can configure precisely one property.

If you want to configure several properties, call the command several times.

Result

The selected setting was reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the setting with the spanning-tree

command (properties).

You display these settings and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

6.3.4.3

Description spanning-tree auto-edge

With this command, you enable automatic discovery of a bridge connected to the interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: spanning-tree auto-edge

Result

The automatic discovery of a bridge on the interface is enabled.

Further notes

The automatic discovery of a bridge on the interface is enabled with the no spanning-tree auto-edge

command.

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Description no spanning-tree auto-edge

With this command, you disable automatic discovery of a bridge connected to the interface.

Requirement

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no spanning-tree auto-edge

Result

The automatic discovery of a bridge on the interface is disabled.

Further notes

The automatic discovery of a bridge on the interface is disabled with the spanning-tree auto-edge

command.

6.3.4.5

Description spanning-tree bdpufilter

With this command, you configure the BPDU transmit status for a port.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree bpdufilter{disable|enable}

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter disable enable

Description

The transfer of BPDU packets is disabled for the port

The transfer of BPDU packets is enabled for the port

Range of values / note

Default: disabled

-

Result

The BPDU transmit status is configured.

6.3.4.6

Description spanning-tree bpdu-receive

With this command, you enable or disable the BPDU receive status at the port.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree bpdu-receive{enabled|disabled}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter enabled disabled

Description Range of values / note

BPDU packets are received at the port Default: enabled

BPDU packets are ignored at the port -

Result

The BPDU receive status is enabled or disabled.

Further notes

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show spanning tree interface

command with the detail

option.

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Description spanning-tree bpdu-transmit

With this command, you enable or disable the BPDU transmit status at the port.

Requirement

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree bpdu-transmit{enabled|disabled}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter enabled disabled

Description

BPDU packets are transmitted at the port

BPDU packets are not transmitted at the port

Range of values / note

Default: enabled

-

Result

The BPDU transmit status has switched over.

Further notes

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show spanning tree interface

command with the detail

option.

6.3.4.8

Description spanning-tree mst

With this command, you configure the various properties of the Multiple Spanning Tree function:

● With the cost

option, you configure the port costs used to calculate the lowest-cost path.

● With the port-priority

option, you configure the priority of the interface for negotiating a

Multiple Spanning Tree configuration.

● With the disable

option, you disable the interface for the Multiple Spanning Tree function.

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Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree mst<instance-id(1-64)>

{cost(0-200000000)|port-priority (0-240)|disable}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter instance-id cost

Description

Number of the addressed instance

Costs of the port for calculating the lowest cost path. port-priority disable

Priority of the interface disables the interface for multiple spanning tree

Range of values / note

1 ... 64

0 ... 200000000

Default:

200000 for physical interfaces

• 199999 for port channels

0 ... 240 in steps of 16

Default: 128

-

Default:

The Multiple Spanning Tree function is enabled on the interface

Note

Configure multiple properties

With each call of the command, you can configure precisely one property.

If you want to configure several properties, call the command several times.

Result

The selected property is configured.

Further notes

You can reset the setting to the default with the no spanning-tree mst

(properties) command.

You display these settings and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

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Description no spanning-tree mst

With this command, you reset the various properties of the Multiple Spanning Tree function to the default value.

The default values are as follows:

Parameter cost

Default value

200000 for physical interfaces

• 199999 for port channels port-priority disable

128

The Multiple Spanning Tree function is enabled on the interface

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no spanning-tree mst<instance-id(1-64)>{cost|port-priority|disable}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter instance-id cost port-priority disable

Description

Number of the addressed instance

Keyword for the costs of the port for calculating the lowest-cost path.

-

Keyword for the priority of the interface -

Enables the interface for multiple spanning tree.

Range of values / note

1 ... 64

-

Note

Configure multiple properties

With each call of the command, you can configure precisely one property.

If you want to configure several properties, call the command several times.

Result

The selected setting is reset to the default value.

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Further notes

You configure the setting with the spanning-tree mst

command (properties).

You display these settings and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

6.3.4.10

Description spanning-tree mst hello-time

With this command, you configure the Hello time after which the bridge sends its configuration frames (BPDUs).

A change to this value applies to all MST instances active on this interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree mst hello-time <seconds(1-2)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter seconds

Description

Time after which the bridge sends its configuration frames (BPDUs)

Range of values / note

1 ... 2

Default: 2

Result

The setting for the hello time is configured.

Further notes

You can reset the setting for the hello time to the default with the no spanning-tree mst hello-time

command.

You display this setting and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

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Description no spanning-tree mst hello-time

With this command, you reset the hello time after which the bridge sends its configuration

BPDUs to the default value.

The default value is 2 seconds.

Requirement

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You are in the interface configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no spanning-tree mst hello-time

Result

The setting for the hello time is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You can configure the setting for the hello time with the

spanning-tree mst hello-time command.

You display this setting and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ...

.

6.3.5 Commands in the MSTP configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the MSTP configuration mode.

In the Global configuration mode, enter the spanning-tree mst configuration

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the MSTP configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the MSTP configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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Description instance

With this command, you assign a range of VLANs to an MST instance.

Requirement

Requirements for changing to this mode:

● MSTP is enabled

● Base bridge mode: 802.1Q VLAN Bridge

● Compatibility mode: MSTP

You are in the MSTP configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: instance <instance-id(1-64)> vlan <vlan-range>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter instance-id

Description

Number of the instance vlan vlan-range

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Range of VLANs assigned to an instance

Range of values / note

1 ... 64

You can define up to 16 MSTP instances.

Default:

The VLANs 1 – 4094 are assigned to instance "0"

- enter the range limts with a hyphen or blank

Result

The range of VLANs is assigned to the MST instance.

Further notes

You cancel the assignment of the VLAN to an MST instance with the no instance

command.

You delete the MST instance with the no instance

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show spanning-tree mst configuration

command.

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Description no instance

With this command, you cancel the assignment of a VLAN to an MST instance or delete the

MST instance.

Requirement

You are in the MSTP Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no instance <instance-id (1-64)> [vlan <vlan-range>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter instance-id vlan vlan-range

Description

Number of the MST instance

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Range of VLANs that will be deleted from the instance

Range of values / note

1 ... 64

- enter the range limts with a hyphen or blank

If you specify a VLAN or a VLAN range, the assignment to an MST instance is canceled.

If you do not specify a VLAN, the MST instance is deleted.

Result

The assignment of a VLAN to an MST instance is canceled or the MST instance is deleted.

Further notes

You assign a VLAN to an MST instance with the instance

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show spanning-tree mst configuration

command.

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Description name

With this command, you configure a name for the MST region.

Requirement

You are in the MSTP Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: name <region-name>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter region-name

Description

Name of the MST region

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

The default value of the name is the MAC address of the device.

Result

The name is configured.

Further notes

You delete the name of the MST region with the no name command.

You display this setting and other information with the show spanning tree mst configuration

command.

6.3.5.4

Description no name

With this command, you reset the name for the MST region to the default value.

The default value is:

● The MAC address of the device is configured as name.

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You are in the MSTP Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no name

Result

The name is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the name of the MST region with the name

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show spanning tree mst configuration

command.

6.3.5.5

Description revision

With this command, you assign a revision number to the MST region.

Requirement

You are in the MSTP Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: revision <revision-no(0-65535)>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter revision-no

Description

Value of the revision number

Range of values / note

0 ... 65535

Default: 0

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Result

The MST region is assigned a revision number.

Further notes

You delete a revision number with the no revision

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show spanning tree mst configuration

command.

6.3.5.6

Description no revision

With this command, you reset the revision number of the MST region to the default value.

The default value is 0.

Requirement

You are in the MSTP Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no revision

Result

The revision number of the MST region is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You assign a revision number to the MST region with the revision

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show spanning tree mst configuration

command.

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7.1 IPv4 protocol

This section describes commands of the Internet Protocol (IP) version 4.

7.1.1 The "show" commands

This section describes commands with which you display various settings.

7.1.1.1

Description show dcp forwarding

This command shows an overview of the DCP forwarding behavior on one or all interfaces.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show dcp forwarding [port<interface-type><interface-id>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter port interface-type interface-id

Description Range of values / note

Keyword for a an interface description -

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Enter a valid interface.

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The overview of the DCP forwarding behavior is displayed.

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Description show dcp server

This command shows whether or not the DCP function is enabled on the device.

If the DCP function is enabled, the read and write permissions are displayed.

Requirement

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7.1 IPv4 protocol

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show dcp server

Result

The overview of the status of the DCP function and access rights is displayed.

7.1.1.3

Description show ip route

This command shows the routes currently being used.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show ip route[{<ip-address>[<mask>]|connected|static}]

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ip-address

Description

shows the information for a specific IP address mask

Range of values enter a valid IP address defines an address range using the subnet mask /8, /16 or /24 connected

Shows the direct connections - static

Shows the static connections -

Result

The routing table is displayed.

7.1.1.4

Description show ip telnet

This command shows the admin status and the port number of the Telnet server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip telnet

Result

The admin status and the port number of the Telnet server are displayed.

7.1.1.5

Description show ip dns

This command shows information about the DNS client, for example the status of the DNS client and parameters for querying the DNS server.

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Requirement

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7.1 IPv4 protocol

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip dns

Result

7.1.1.6

Description

Information on the DNS client is displayed. show ip dns cache

This command shows the content of the DNS cache. The DNS cache buffers replies of the

DNS server for a brief time. This allows other queries for the same name to be replied to directly without sending another query to the DNS server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip dns cache

Result

The content of the DNS cache is displayed.

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Description show ip dns name-server

This command shows information about the DNS servers configured on the device. The table contains the index, the address type (e.g. IPv4) as well as the IP address and the origin.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip dns name-server

Result

The table with the information about the DNS servers is displayed.

7.1.1.8

Description show ip dns statistics

This command shows DNS statistics. It provides information about the type and number of queries to the DNS server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip dns statistics

Result

Information about the communication with the DNS server is displayed.

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Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

7.1.2.1

Description telnet-server

With this command, you enable the Telnet server.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: telnet-server

As default the function is "enabled".

Result

The Telnet server is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the Telnet server with the no telnet-server

command.

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Description no telnet-server

With this command, you disable the Telnet server.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no telnet-server

Result

The Telnet server is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the Telnet server with the telnet-server

command.

7.1.2.3

Description ip echo-reply

To check the availability of a network node, packets of the Internet Control Message Protocol

(ICMP) can be sent to it. These packets of type 8 request the recipient to send a packet back to the sender (echo reply).

With this command, you enable the ICMP echo reply messages.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Call the command without parameters: ip echo-reply

Result

"ICMP echo reply messages" are enabled.

Further notes

You disable the setting with the no ip echo-reply

command.

You can display the setting of this function and other information with the show ip information command.

7.1.2.4

Description no ip echo-reply

With this command, you disable the "ICMP echo reply messages".

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no ip echo-reply

Result

"ICMP echo reply messages" are disabled.

Further notes

You change the setting with the ip echo-reply

command.

You can display the setting of this function and other information with the show ip information command.

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Description ip route

With this command, you configure a static entry in the IP routing table.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: ip route <gateway>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter Description gateway

Specifies the IP address of the gateway

Range of values enter a valid IP address

Result

The entry is configured.

Further notes

You delete an entry from the IP routing table with the no ip route

command.

You display the IP routing table with the show ip route

command.

7.1.2.6

Description no ip route

With this command, you delete a static entry from the IP routing table.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Call up the command with the following parameters: no ip route <gateway>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter Description gateway

Specifies the IP address of the gateway.

Range of values

Specify a valid IP address.

Result

The entry is deleted.

Further notes

You configure an entry from the IP routing table with the ip route

command.

You display the IP routing table with the show ip route

command.

7.1.2.7

Description dcp server

With this command, you configure the read and write permissions for the DCP server and enable it.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: dcp server {read-only|read-write}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter read-only read-write

Description Range of values / note only reading is permitted on the DCP server - reading and writing is permitted on the DPC server

Default: read-write

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Result

The read and write permissions for the DPC server are configured.

The DCP server is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the DCP server with the no dcp server

command.

7.1.2.8

Description no dcp server

With this command, you disable the DCP server.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no dcp server

Result

The DCP server is disabled.

Further notes

You enable and configure the DCP server with the dcp server

command.

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Description ip domain lookup

This command enables the DNS client of the device. To be able to use the function, a DNS server must be reachable.

Requirement

Network protocols

7.1 IPv4 protocol

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: ip domain lookup

Result

The DNS client of the device is enabled and when necessary sends queries to the DNS server.

7.1.2.10

Description no ip domain lookup

This command disables the DNS client of the device.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no ip domain lookup

Result

The DNS client of the device is disabled.

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Description ip name-server

This command specifies an IP address of a DNS server. If there is more than one server, you can specify the order in which the servers are queried. To allow this, the optional parameter index

is available. The server with the lowest index is queried first.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: ip name-server ipv4 <ucast_addr> [index <id(1-3)>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 ucast_addr index id

Description

Keyword for IPv4

IP address of the DNS server

Keyword for the index

Index of the DNS server

Range of values / note

-

Enter a valid IP address

-

1 ... 3

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The IP address and, if specified, the index for a DNS server has been set.

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Description no ip name server

This command deletes the entry with the specified index for a DNS server. If you do not specify an index, all entries are deleted.

Requirement

Network protocols

7.1 IPv4 protocol

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no ip name-server [index <id(1-3)>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter index id

Description

Keyword for the index

Index of the DNS server

Range of values / note

-

1 ... 3

Result

7.1.2.13

Description

The specified entries for the DNS servers were deleted. ip domain used server

This command specifies which DNS server the device uses.

Note

Only resource records of type A (IPv4 address of a host) are supported.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: ip domain used server {public-only | manually-only | all}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter public-only manually-only all

Description

The device uses only the DNS servers assigned by DHCP.

The device uses only the manually configured DNS servers. A maximum of three DNS servers can be configured.

The device uses all available DNS servers.

Range of values

-

-

-

Result

The device uses the DNS servers specified in the configuration.

7.1.3 Commands in the Interface configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the interface configuration mode.

Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global configuration mode, enter the interface

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the interface configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the Interface configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the

Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the Interface configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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Description ip address

With this command, you assign an IP address to a VLAN interface.

Requirement

● Interface is a router port

You are in the Interface configuration mode of VLAN.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-vlan-$$$)#

Syntax

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Call up the command with the following parameters: ip address <ip-address> {<subnet-mask>|/<prefix-length(0-32)>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter Description address mask length

IP address for the VLAN interface

Decimal representation of the mask as a number of "1" bits

Values enter a valid IP address

Subnet mask of the corresponding subnet enter a valid subnet mask

0 ... 32

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The IP address is assigned to the VLAN interface.

Note

Effectiveness of the command

The command is effective immediately.

If you configure the interface via which you access the device, the connection will be lost!

Further notes

You delete the settings with the no ip address

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show ip interface

command.

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Description no ip address

With this command, you delete the assignment of an IP address to a VLAN interface.

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode of VLAN.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-vlan-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no ip address [{ <ucast_addr>}]

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter ucast_addr

Description

IP Address of the VLAN interface that will be deleted

Values enter a valid IP address

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The assignment of the IP address to a VLAN interface is deleted and DHCP is disabled.

Note

Effectiveness of the command

The command is effective immediately.

If you configure the interface via which you access the device, you can lose the connection!

Further notes

You configure the setting with the ip address

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show ip interface

command.

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Description ip address dhcp

With this command, the VLAN interface obtains the IP address via DHCP.

Requirement

Network protocols

7.1 IPv4 protocol

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of VLAN.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-vlan-$$$)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: ip address dhcp

Result

The DHCP assigns the IP address to the VLAN interface.

Further notes

You delete the settings with the no ip address

command.

You display this setting and other information with the show ip interface

command.

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Description dcp forwarding

With this command, you configure the forwarding behavior of the interface for DCP frames.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: dcp forwarding {block|forward}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter block forward

Description

DCP frames are discarded

DCP frames are forwarded

Default: forward

Result

The forwarding behavior of the interface for DCP frames is configured.

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DHCP client

This section describes commands of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).

7.2.1

Description renew dhcp

This command reassigns an IP address to the selected interface via DHCP.

Requirement

● The IP address of the selected interface was assigned via DHCP.

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: renew dhcp [{vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>|<interface-type><interface-id>}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vlan vlan-id

Description

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Number of the addressed VLAN type

Type or speed of the interface interface-id

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Range of values

-

1 ... 4094

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The IP address is assigned again.

This address can be a different address from the previously assigned address.

Further notes

You can display the statistical information of the DHCP client with the show ip dhcp client stats

command.

You show the statistical information and the configuration of the IP interface with the show ip interface

command.

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7.2.2

Description show ip dhcp client stats

With this command, you display the statistical counters of the DHCP client.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip dhcp client stats

Result

The counters are displayed.

7.2.3

Description show ip dhcp client

With this command, you display the configuration settings of the DHCP client.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip dhcp client

Result

The configuration settings of the DHCP client are displayed.

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Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

7.2.4.1

Description ip dhcp config-file-request

If the DHCP config file request option is set, the device requests the TFTP address and the name of a configuration file from the DHCP server. If the device is restarted following the completed download, the configuration settings are read from this file.

With this command, you enable the DHCP config file request option.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: ip dhcp config-file-request

Result

The DHCP config file request option is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the DHCP config file request option with the no ip dhcp config-file-request command.

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Description no ip dhcp config-file-request

With this command, you disable the DHCP config file request option.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no ip dhcp config-file-request

Result

The DHCP config file request option is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the DHCP config file request option with the ip dhcp config-file-request command.

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Description ip dhcp client mode

With this command, you configure the type of identifier with which the DHCP client logs on with its DHCP server.

Requirement

Network protocols

7.2 DHCP client

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: ip dhcp client mode {mac|client-id<client-id>|sysname}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter mac client-id client-id sysname

Description

The client registers with its MAC address

The client registers with the assigned ID

Name of the assigned ID

The client registers with the assigned system name

Range of values

-

- max. 32 characters

-

Result

The registration mode of the DHCP client is configured.

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7.3 DHCP server

This section describes commands relevant for configuring the DHCP server.

Requirement

The connected devices are configured so that they obtain the IPv4 address from a DHCP server.

7.3.1

Description show ip dhcp-server pools

The command shows the DHCP server configuration of a specific IPv4 address band or all

IPv4 address bands and the corresponding DHCP options.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show ip dhcp-server pools [pool-id (1-5)]

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter pool-id

Description

ID of the addressed IPv4 address band

Range of values / note

1 ... 5

Only ID = 1 is supported.

Result

The configuration of the DHCP server and the DHCP options is displayed.

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Description show ip dhcp-server bindings

This command shows the current assignments of IPv4 addresses of the DHCP server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: show ip dhcp-server bindings

Result

The information is displayed.

7.3.3 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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7.3.3.1 ip dhcp-server

Description

With this command, you enable the DHCP server on the device.

Note

To avoid conflicts with IPv4 addresses, only one device may be configured as a DHCP server in the network.

Note

Maximum number of IP addresses

The maximum number of IPv4 addresses that the DHCP server supports is 100. In other words, a total of 100 IPv4 addresses (dynamic + static).

With the static assignments, you can create a maximum of 20 entries.

Requirement

● NAT is enabled in Client mode

● You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: ip dhcp-server

Result

The DHCP server is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the DHCP server with the no ip dhcp-server.

command.

7.3.3.2

Description no ip dhcp-server

With this command, you disable the DHCP server on the device.

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Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no ip dhcp-server

Result

The DHCP server is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the DHCP server with the ip dhcp-server

command.

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7.3.3.3

Description ip dhcp-server icmp-probe

With this command, you enable the "Probe address with ICMP Echo before offer" function.

The DHCP server checks whether or not the IPv4 address has already been assigned. If no reply is received, the DHCP server can assign the IPv4 address.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: ip dhcp-server icmp-probe

Result

The function is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the function with the no ip dhcp-server icmp-probe

command.

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Description no ip dhcp-server icmp-probe

With this command, you disable the "Probe address with ICMP Echo before offer" function.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no ip dhcp-server icmp-probe

Result

The function is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the function with the ip dhcp-server icmp-probe

command.

7.3.3.5

Description ip dhcp-server pool

With this command, you have two options of changing to the DHCPPOOL configuration mode and to assign an interface to the IPv4 address band.

1. If you call the command ip dhcp-server pool

with the parameter pool-id (1-5)

, you change directly to the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

If the ID of the addressed IPv4 address band does not yet exist, it is first created and assigned to an interface by default. You then configure the interface and the other settings in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

2. If you call the command ip dhcp-server pool

with the parameter show-interface-options

, you call a variant of the command. With this variant, you assign an interface to the IPv4 address band and change to the DHCPPOOL configuration mode. If the ID of the address IPv4 address band does not yet exist, it will be created. You then configure the other settings in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

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Requirement

Network protocols

7.3 DHCP server

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: ip dhcp-server pool { <pool-id (1-5)> | show-interface-options }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter pool-id

Description

ID of the addressed IPv4 address band show-interface-options

Displays the possible options for the interface.

Range of values / note

1 ... 5

Only ID = 1 is supported.

-

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The ID of the addressed IPv4 address band is configured.

You are now in the DHCPPOOL Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Further notes

You exit the DHCPPOOL configuration mode with the exit

command.

You delete the entry with the no ip dhcp-server pool

command.

7.3.3.6

Description no ip dhcp-server pool

With this command, you delete the required IPv4 address band.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no ip dhcp-server pool <pool-id (1-5)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter Description pool-id

ID of the addressed IPv4 address band

Range of values / note

1 ... 5

Only ID = 1 is supported.

Result

The required IPv4 address band is deleted.

Further notes

You create the IPv4 address band with the ip dhcp-server pool

command.

7.3.4 Commands in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the DHCPPOOL Configuration mode.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the ip dhcp-server pool

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the DHCPPOOL Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the

Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the DHCPPOOL Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

7.3.4.1

Description lease-time

With this command, you specify how long the assigned IPv4 address remains valid. Once this period has elapsed, the device must either request a new IPv4 address or extend the lease time of the existing IPv4 address.

Requirement

You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

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Call up the command with the following parameters: lease-time <seconds (60-31536000)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter seconds

Description

Time until renewal of the assigned

IPv4 address in seconds

Range of values / note

60 ... 31536000

Result

The time is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the

show ip dhcp-server pools

command.

7.3.4.2

Description network

With this command you configure the IPv4 address band from which the DHCP client receives any IPv4 address.

Note

Maximum number of IP addresses

The maximum number of IPv4 addresses that the DHCP server supports is 100. In other words, a total of 100 IPv4 addresses (dynamic + static).

With the static assignments, you can create a maximum of 20 entries.

Assignment of IP addresses

The requirement for the assignment is that the IPv4 address of the interface is located within the IPv4 address band. If this is not the case, the interface does not assign any IPv4 addresses

Requirement

You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: network <lower-IP> <upper-IP> { <subnet-mask> | / <prefix-length (0-32)> }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter lower-IP upper-IP subnet-mask prefix-length

Description

Start of the IPv4 address band

End of the IPv4 address band

Subnet mask of the corresponding subnet

Decimal representation of the mask as a number of "1" bits

Range of values / note

Enter a valid IPv4 address.

Enter a valid IPv4 address.

Enter a valid subnet mask

0 ... 32

Result

The IPv4 address band is configured. The DHCP options 1, 3, 6, 66 and 67 are created automatically. With the exception of option 1, the options can be deleted.

Further notes

You display the setting with the

show ip dhcp-server pools

command.

You assign an IP address to an interface with the set interface

command.

You configure the DHCP option 67 with the option value-string

command.

You configure the DHCP options 3, 6 and 66 with the option

command.

You delete the DHCP option with the no option

command.

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Description option (IP address)

With this command you configure the DHCP options 3, 6 and 66 that contain an IPv4 address as DHCP parameter. The DHCP options 3, 6 and 66 are created automatically when the IPv4 address band is created.

Requirement

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You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: option <option-code> { <ip-address-list> | int-ip }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter Description code

Code of the DHCP option list int-ip

IPv4 address or IPv4 address list

Uses IPv4 address of the interface that is assigned to the IPv4 address band.

Range of values / note

3 - Router

• 6 - DNS server

66 - TFTP server name

Enter an IPv4 address. With the exception of DHCP option 3, you can specify several

IPv4 addresses separated by commas.

-

Result

The DHCP option is created. In total a maximum of 20 DHCP options are possible.

Further notes

You display the setting with the

show ip dhcp-server pools

command.

You disable the IPv4 address band with the no pool-enable

command.

You delete the DHCP option with the no option

command.

You configure the DHCP option 67 with the option value-string

command.

You configure all other DHCP options with the option value-hex

command.

You configure the interface with the set interface

command.

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7.3.4.4 option value-hex

Description

Requirement

With this command, you create DHCP options that contain a hexadecimal value as DHCP parameter. The various DHCP options are defined in RFC 2132.

The exceptions are the DHCP options: 1, 3, 66 and 67. You configure the DHCP options 3, 6 and 66 with the command option

(IP address) and the DHCP option 67 with the command option value-string

.

You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: option <option-code> value-hex <dhcp-param>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter option-code dhcp-param

Description

Code of the DHCP option

Range of values / note

Enter a valid DHCP option.

The following DHCP options are not supported:

• 50 - 60

255

DHCP parameter in hexadecimal Enter a valid hexadecimal value.

Format: XXXXX e.g. C0A86402

Result

The DHCP option is configured. In total a maximum of 20 DHCP options are possible.

Further notes

You display the setting with the

show ip dhcp-server-pools

command.

You disable the IPv4 address band with the no pool-enable

command.

You delete the DHCP option with the no option

command.

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Description option value-string

With this command you configure the DHCP option 67 and the name of the boot file as

DHCP parameter. The DHCP option 67 is created automatically when the IPv4 address band is created.

Requirement

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You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: option <option-code> value-string <dhcp-param>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter option-code

Description

Code of the DHCP option dhcp-param

Name of the boot file -

Range of values / note

67 - Boot file name

Result

The DHCP option 67 is configured. In total a maximum of 20 DHCP options are possible.

Further notes

You display the setting with the

show ip dhcp-server pools

command.

You delete the DHCP option with the no option

command.

You configure the DHCP options 3, 6 and 66 with the option

command.

You disable the IPv4 address band with the no pool-enable

command.

You configure all other DHCP options with the option value-hex

command.

7.3.4.6

Description no option

With this command, you delete the DHCP option with the specified number.

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Requirement

You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no option <option-code>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter option-code

Description

Code of the DHCP option

Range of values / note

Enter a valid number.

Result

The specified DHCP option is deleted.

Further notes

You configure the DHCP option 67 with the option value-string

command.

You configure the DHCP options 3, 6 and 66 with the option

command.

You configure all other DHCP options with the option value-hex

command.

7.3.4.7

Description pool-enable

With this command you specify that this IPv4 address band will be used.

Requirement

You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: pool-enable

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Result

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The setting is enabled.

Note

If the IPv4 address band is enabled, DHCP options (option ...) and static assignments (static leases) can no loner be edited.

Further notes

You display the setting with the

show ip dhcp-server pools

command.

You disable the setting with the no pool-enable

command.

7.3.4.8

Description no pool-enable

With this command you specify that this IPv4 address band will not be used.

Requirement

You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no pool-enable

Result

The setting is disabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the

show ip dhcp-server pools

command.

You enable the setting with the pool-enable

command.

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7.3.4.9 set-interface

Note

Access point

With an access point, the "DHCP Server" function is only possible on the VLAN assigned to the management ( mgmt vlan

).

Description

With this command, you specify the interface via which the IPv4 addresses are dynamically assigned.

The requirement for the assignment is that the IPv4 address of the interface is located within the IPv4 address band. If this is not the case, the interface does not assign any IPv4 addresses.

Requirement

You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: set-interface {vlan <vlan-id (1-4094)> | <interface-type> <interface-id> }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vlan vlan-id interface-type interface-id

Description

Keyword for a VLAN connection.

Number of the addressed VLAN

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Range of values / note

-

1 ... 4094

Enter a valid interface

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The interface is assigned. Before the IPv4 address band can be used, it still needs to be activated.

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Further notes

You display the setting with the

show ip dhcp-server pools

command.

You enable the IPv4 address band with the pool-enable

command.

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7.3.4.10

Description static-lease mac

With this command you specify that devices with a certain MAC address are assigned to the selected IPv4 address.

Note

A maximum of 20 assignments are possible.

Requirement

● The assignment has not yet been created.

● You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: static lease mac <mac-address><ip-address>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter mac-address

Description

Unicast MAC address ip-address

Unicast IPv4 address

Range of values / note

Specify the MAC address. aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff

Enter a valid IPv4 address.

The IPv4 address must match the subnet of the IPv4 address band.

Result

The assignment is specified.

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Further notes

You display the setting with the

show ip dhcp dhcp-server bindings

command.

You disable the IPv4 address band with the no pool-enable

command.

You delete the assignment with the no static-lease mac

command.

7.3.4.11

Description no static-lease

With this command, you delete the assignment of an IPv4 address to a MAC address.

Requirement

You are in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no static lease mac <mac-address>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter mac-address

Description Range of values / note

Unicast MAC address Specify a valid MAC address.

Result

The assignment is deleted.

Further notes

You configure the assignment with the static-lease mac

command.

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SNMP

This section describes commands of the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

7.4.1 The "show" commands

This section describes commands with which you display various settings.

7.4.1.1

Description show snmp

This command shows the status information of SNMP.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp

Result

The status information is displayed.

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Description show snmp community

This command shows the details of the configured of SNMP communities.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp community

Result

The details of the configured SNMP communities are displayed.

7.4.1.3

Description show snmp engineID

This command shows the SNMP identification number of the device.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp engineID

Result

The SNMP identification number of the device is displayed.

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Description show snmp filter

This command shows the configured SNMP filters.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp filter

Result

The configured SNMP filters are displayed.

7.4.1.5

Description show snmp group

This command shows the configured SNMP groups.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp group

Result

The configured SNMP groups are displayed.

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7.4.1.6

Description show snmp group access

This command shows the rights of the configured SNMP groups.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp group access

Result

The rights of the configured SNMP groups are displayed.

7.4.1.7

Description show snmp inform statistics

This command shows the statistics of the Inform Messages.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp inform statistics

Result

The statistics of the Inform Messages are displayed.

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7.4.1.8

Description show snmp notif

With this command, you display the configured SNMP notification types.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp notif

Result

The configured SNMP notification types are displayed.

7.4.1.9

Description show snmp targetaddr

This command shows the configured SNMP target addresses.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp targetaddr

Result

The configured SNMP target addresses are displayed.

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Description show snmp targetparam

This command shows the configured SNMP target parameters.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp targetparam

Result

The configured SNMP target parameters are displayed.

7.4.1.11

Description show snmp user

This command shows the settings for the SNMP user.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp user

Result

The settings for the SNMP user are displayed.

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Description show snmp viewtree

This command shows the settings for the SNMP tree views.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show snmp viewtree

Result

The settings for the SNMP tree views are displayed.

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7.4.2 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

7.4.2.1

Description snmpagent

With this command, you enable the SNMP agent function.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: snmpagent

Result

The SNMP agent function is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the SNMP agent function with the no snmpagent

command.

7.4.2.2

Description no snmpagent

With this command, you disable the SNMP agent function.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no snmpagent

Result

The SNMP agent function is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the SNMP agent function with the snmpagent

command.

7.4.2.3

Description snmp agent version

With this command, you configure whether all SNMP queries or only SNMPv3 queries are processed.

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Requirement

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You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp agent version{v3only|all}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter v3only all

Description Range of values / note only SNMPv3 queries are processed - all SNMP queries are processed Default: all

Result

The setting is configured.

7.4.2.4

Description snmp access

With this command, you configure the access to an SNMP group.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp access <GroupName>{v1|v2c|v3{auth|noauth|priv}}

[read <ReadView|none>][write <WriteView|none>][notify <NotifyView|none>]

[{volatile|nonvolatile}]

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

GroupName

-

Description

Name of the group to which access is configured

Selects the version of the protocol used

- read write notify

Storage type

Selects the authentication method: the data can be read

Keyword the data can be read and written

Keyword

Changes can be set as a tag

Keyword specifies whether the settings remain following a restart

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

• v1

• v2c

• v3

• auth enables MD5 or SHA as authentication method

• noauth no authentication

• priv enables authentication and encryption

ReadView

• none

WriteView

• none

NotifyView

• none

• volatile

(volatile):

The settings are lost after a restart

• nonvolatile

(non-volatile):

The settings are retained after a restart

The keywords need to be specified.

If optional parameters are not specified when configuring a group, the default value will be used.

Result

The settings for access to an SNMP group are configured.

Further notes

You delete the access to an SNMP group with the no snmp access

command.

You display the configured SNMP groups with the show snmp group

command.

You display the access configurations for SNMP groups with the show snmp group access command.

You display the configured SNMP tree views with the show snmp viewtree

command.

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Description no snmp access

With this command, you delete the access to an SNMP group.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

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Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp access <GroupName>{v1|v2c|v3{auth|noauth|priv}}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

GroupName

Version

Description

Name of the group to which access is deleted

Selects the version of the protocol used

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

Authentication Selects the authentication method:

• v1

• v2c

• v3

• auth

• noauth

• priv

Result

The access to an SNMP group is deleted.

Further notes

You configure the setting with the snmp access

command.

You display the configured SNMP groups with the show snmp group

command.

You display the access configurations for SNMP groups with the show snmp group access command.

You display the configured SNMP tree views with the show snmp viewtree

command.

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Description snmp community index

With this command, you configure the details of an SNMP community.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp community index <CommunityIndex> name <CommunityName>

security <SecurityName> [context <Name>][{volatile|nonvolatile}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

CommunityIndex

Description

Index of the community name

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

Keyword for the name of the community -

CommunityName

Name of the community max. 32 characters security

Keyword for the security name -

SecurityName

Security name max. 32 characters context

Keyword for the context name -

Name

Context name max. 32 characters

Storage type specifies whether the settings remain following a restart

• volatile

(volatile):

The settings are lost after a restart

• nonvolatile

(non-volatile):

The settings are retained after a restart

If optional parameters are not specified when configuring a community, the default values apply.

Result

The settings are configured.

Further notes

You delete the details of an SNMP community with the no snmp community index

command.

You show the details of an SNMP community with the show snmp community

command.

You show the status information of the SNMP communication with the show snmp

command.

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7.4.2.7

Description no snmp community index

With this command, you delete the details of an SNMP community.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp community index <CommunityIndex>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

CommunityIndex

Description

Name of the community

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Range of values / note max. 32 characters

Result

The details of an SNMP community are deleted.

Further notes

You configure the details of an SNMP community with the snmp community index

command.

You show the details of an SNMP community with the show snmp community

command.

You show the status information of the SNMP communication with the show snmp

command.

7.4.2.8

Description snmp filterprofile

With this command, you configure a filter that describes the access rights to the MIB tree.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp filterprofile <profile-name> <OIDTree> [mask<OIDMask>]

{included|excluded}[{volatile|nonvolatile}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter profilename

OIDTree mask

OIDMask

Description

Name of the filter profile

Object ID

Keyword for the OID mask

Mask that filters access to the elements of the MIB tree

- Specifies whether the filtered elements are used or excluded

Range of values max. 32 characters

Path information of the MIB tree

-

A series of "

0

" and "

1

" separated by dots in keeping with the path information of the MIB tree

• included

• excluded

- specifies whether the settings remain following a restart:

• volatile

(volatile):

The default settings are used after a restart

• nonvolatile

(non-volatile):

The saved settings are used after a restart

Note that the meaning of the filter mask changes depending on the " included

/ excluded

" parameter:

● ...

0

... and " included

" means: Access denied

● ...

0

... and " excluded

" means: Access permitted

● ...

1

... and " included

" means: Access permitted

● ...

1

... and " excluded

" means: Access denied

Result

The filter is created.

Further notes

You delete a filter with the no snmp filterprofile

command.

You display the created filter with the show snmp filter table

command.

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Description no snmp filterprofile

With this command, you delete a filter.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp filterprofile<profile-name><OIDTree>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters profile-name

OIDTree

Description

Name of the filter profile

Object ID

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Range of values max. 32 characters

Path information of the MIB tree

Result

The filter is deleted.

Further notes

You create a filter with the snmp filterprofile

command.

You display the created filter with the show snmp filter table

command.

7.4.2.10

Description snmp group

With this command, you configure the details of an SNMP group.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp group <GroupName> user <UserName>security-model{v1|v2c|v3}

[{volatile|nonvolatile}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

GroupName user

UserName security-model

Description

Name of the group

Keyword for the user name

Name of the user specifies which security settings will be used

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

- max. 32 characters

• v1

• v2c

• v3

Storage type specifies whether the settings remain following a restart

• volatile

(volatile):

The settings are lost after a restart

• nonvolatile

(non-volatile):

The settings are retained after a restart

If optional parameters are not specified when configuring a group, the default values apply.

Result

The details of the group are configured.

Further notes

You delete the details of an SNMP group with the no snmp group

command.

You display the created SNMP groups with the show snmp group

command.

You display the created SNMP user with the show snmp user

command.

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Description no snmp group

With this command, you delete the details of an SNMP group.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

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Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp group <GroupName> user <UserName>security-model{v1|v2c|v3}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

GroupName user

UserName security-model

Description

Name of the group

Keyword for the user name

Name of the user

Specifies which security settings are used for sending

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

- max. 32 characters

• v1

• v2c

• v3

Result

The details of the group are deleted.

Further notes

You change the details of an SNMP group with the snmp group

command.

You display the created SNMP groups with the show snmp group

command.

You display the created SNMP user with the show snmp user

command.

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Description snmp notify

With this command, you configure the details of the SNMP notifications.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp notify <NotifyName> tag <TagName> type {Trap|Inform}

[{volatile|nonvolatile}]]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

NotifyName tag

TagName

Type

Description

Name of the SNMP notification

Keyword for a target key

Name of the target key

Type of the SNMP notification

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

- max. 32 characters

Trap generates a trap

Inform generates a log entry or sends an entry to the log server

Storage type specifies whether the settings remain following a restart:

• volatile

(volatile):

The settings are lost after a restart

• nonvolatile

(non-volatile):

The settings are retained after a restart

Result

The details of the SNMP notifications are configured.

Further notes

You delete the details of an SNMP group with the no snmp notify

command.

You display the configured SNMP notifications with the show snmp notif

command.

You display the configured SNMP target addresses with the show snmp targetaddr command.

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Description no snmp notify

With this command, you delete the details of the SNMP notifications.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp notify <NotifyName>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

NotifyName

Description

Name of the notification

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Range of values / note max. 32 characters

Result

The details of the SNMP notifications are deleted.

Further notes

You change the details of an SNMP group with the snmp notify

command.

You display the configured SNMP notifications with the show snmp notif

command.

You display the configured SNMP target addresses with the show snmp targetaddr command.

7.4.2.14

Description snmp targetaddr

With this command, you configure the SNMP target address.

Requirement

● The SNMP target parameters are configured.

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You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp targetaddr <TargetAddressName> param <ParamName>{ipv4 <ip address> | fqdn-name

<FQDN(100)>}

[timeout <Seconds(1-1500)][retries <RetryCount(1-3)]

[taglist <TagIdentifier|none>][{volatile|nonvolatile}]

[port <integer(1-65535)>]

Parameter Description

Name of the target address

Range of values max. 32 characters

Name param

ParamName ipv4 ip address fqdn-name

FQDN(100) timeout

Seconds retries

RetryCount taglist

Keyword for the parameter name

Name of the parameter

Keyword for an IP address

Value for an IPv4 unicast address

Keyword for a domain name

Domain name (Fully Qualified Domain

Name)

Keyword for the time the SNMP agent waits for a response before it repeats the inform request message

Time in seconds

Keyword for the maximum number of attempts to obtain a response to an inform request message

Number of attempts

Keyword for

- max. 32 characters

-

Enter a valid IPv4 unicast address.

-

Maximum of 100 characters

-

1 ... 1500

-

1 ... 3

TagIdentifier

• none volatile nonvolatile

Specifies whether the settings remain following a restart:

• volatile

:

The default settings are used after a restart.

• nonvolatile

:

The saved settings are used after a restart. port

- integer

Keyword for the port number at which the

SNMP manager receives traps and inform messages

Port number 1 ... 65535

For information on addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Addresses and interface names (Page 29)".

If optional parameters are not specified when configuring, the default values apply.

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Result

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The SNMP target address is configured.

Further notes

You delete the SNMP target address with the no snmp targetaddr

command.

You display the SNMP target address with the show snmp targetaddr

command.

You configure the SNMP target parameters with the snmp targetparams

command.

You display the SNMP target parameters with the show snmp targetparam

command.

7.4.2.15

Description no snmp targetaddr

With this command, you delete the SNMP target address.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp targetaddr <TargetAddressName>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

TargetAddressName

Description

SNMP target address

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

Result

The SNMP target address is deleted.

Further notes

You change the SNMP target address with the snmp targetaddr

command.

You display the SNMP target address with the show snmp targetaddr

command.

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Description snmp targetparams

With this command, you configure the SNMP target parameters.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp targetparams <ParamName>

user <UserName>

security-model {v1|v2c|v3{auth|noauth|priv}}

message-processing {v1|v2c|v3}[{volatile|nonvolatile}]

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The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

ParamName user

UserName model processing

Description

Name of the SNMP parameter

Keyword for the user name

Value for the user name

Specifies which SNMP version is used.

With SNMPv3 a security level (authentication, encryption) can also be configured.

Specifies which SNMP version is used for processing the messages and whether the settings remain following a restart.

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

- max. 32 characters

• SNMP version

– v1

– v2c

– v3

Security level for v3

– auth

Authentication enabled / no encryption enabled

– noauth

No authentication enabled, no encryption enabled

– priv

Authentication enabled / encryption enabled

• SNMP version

– v1

– v2c

– v3

Settings after the restart

– volatile

(volatile):

The settings are lost after a restart

– nonvolatile

(non-volatile):

The settings are retained after a restart

Keywords need to be specified.

If optional parameters are not specified when configuring, the default values apply.

Result

The SNMP target parameters are configured.

Further notes

You delete the SNMP target parameters with the no snmp targetparams

command.

You display settings of this function with the show snmp targetparam

command.

You configure the user profile with the snmp user

command.

You configure a filter with the snmp filterprofile

command.

You display the list of users with the show snmp user

command.

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Description no snmp targetparams

With this command, you delete the SNMP target parameters.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp targetparams <ParamName>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

ParamName

Description

Name of the SNMP parameter

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

Result

The SNMP target parameters are deleted.

Further notes

You change the SNMP target parameters with the snmp targetparams

command.

You display settings of this function with the show targetparam

command.

7.4.2.18

Description snmp v1-v2 readonly

With this command, you block write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Call the command without parameters: snmp v1-v2 readonly

Result

Write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs is blocked.

Further notes

You release write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs with the no snmp v1-v2 readonly command.

7.4.2.19

Description no snmp v1-v2 readonly

With this command, you enable write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no snmp v1-v2 readonly

Result

Write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs is enabled.

Further notes

You block write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs with the snmp v1-v2 readonly command.

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7.4.2.20

Description snmp user

With this command, you configure the details of an SNMP user.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp user <UserName>[auth{md5|sha} <passwd>[priv DES<passwd>]]

[{volatile|nonvolatile}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

UserName auth

Description

Name of the user specifies that authentication takes place and which algorithm is used passwd priv DES passwd

Password for authentication specifies that there is encryption

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

• md5

(Message Digest 5)

• sha

(Secure Hash Algorithm)

Default: No authentication max. 32 characters

-

Default: no encryption max. 32 characters

Storage type

Value for the password of the encryption specifies whether the settings remain following a restart:

• volatile

(volatile):

The default settings are used after a restart

• nonvolatile

(non-volatile):

The saved settings are used after a restart

If optional parameters are not specified when configuring an SNMP user, the defaults values apply.

Result

The details of the SNMP user are configured.

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Further notes

You delete the settings with the no snmp user

command.

You display the configured users with the show snmp user

command.

7.4.2.21

Description no snmp user

With this command, you delete the details of an SNMP user.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp user <UserName>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

UserName

Description

Name of the user

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Range of values / note max. 32 characters

Result

The details of the SNMP user are deleted.

Further notes

You change the settings with the snmp user

command.

You display the configured users with the show snmp user

command.

7.4.2.22

Description snmp view

With this command, you configure an SNMP view.

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Requirement

● An SNMP group has been created

● The access to the group is configured with snmp access

● You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp view <ViewName><OIDTree>[mask<OIDMask>]{included|excluded}

[{volatile|nonvolatile}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

ViewName

OIDTree mask

OIDMask

Description

Name of the SNMP view

Object ID

Keyword for the OID mask

Mask that filters access to the elements of the MIB tree

View type Specifies whether the filtered elements are used or excluded

Range of values / note max. 32 characters

Path information of the MIB tree

-

A series of "

0

" and "

1

" separated by dots in keeping with the path information of the MIB tree

• include

(Default)

• excluded

Storage type specifies whether the settings remain following a restart:

• volatile

(volatile):

The settings are lost after a restart

• nonvolatile

(non-volatile):

The settings are retained after a restart

(default)

If optional parameters are not specified when configuring, the default values apply.

Result

The SNMP view is configured.

Further notes

You delete the view with the no snmp view

command.

You display the configured view trees with the show snmp viewtree

command.

You display the SNMP group access rights with the show snmp group access

command.

You configure the SNMP group access rights with the snmp access

command.

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Description no snmp view

With this command, you delete an SNMP view.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp view <ViewName><OIDTree>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

ViewName

OIDTree

Description

Name of the view

Object ID

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Range of values / note max. 32 characters

Path information of the MIB tree

Result

The SNMP view is deleted.

Further notes

You configure a view with the snmp view

command.

You display the configured view trees with the show snmp viewtree

command.

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7.5 SMTP client

This section describes commands of the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).

7.5.1

Description show events smtp-server

This command shows the configured SMTP servers.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show events smtp-server

Result

The configured SMTP servers are displayed.

7.5.2

Description show events sender email

This command shows the configured e-mail sender address.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show events sender email

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Result

The configured e-mail sender address is displayed.

7.5.3

Description show events smtp-port

This command shows the configured SNMP port.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show events smtp-port

Result

The configured SMTP port is displayed.

7.5.4

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Commands in the Events configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the EVENTS configuration mode.

In the Global configuration mode, enter the events

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the EVENTS configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the

Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the EVENTS configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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Description smtp-server

With this command, you configure an entry for an SMTP server.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: smtp-server {ipv4 <ucast_addr> | fqdn-name <FQDN(100)>} <receiver mail-address>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 ucast_addr fqdn-name

FQDN(100)

Description

Keyword for an IP address

Value for an IPv4 unicast address

Keyword for a domain name

Domain name (Fully Qualified Domain

Name)

Name of the recipient

Note on the range if values

-

Enter a valid IPv4 unicast address.

-

Maximum of 100 characters address max. 100 characters

For information on addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Addresses and interface names (Page 29)".

Result

An entry for the SMTP server is configured.

Further notes

You delete an SMTP server entry with the no smtp-server

command.

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Description no smtp-server

With this command, you delete an SMTP server entry.

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Requirement

You are in the EVENTS configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no smtp-server {ipv4 <ucast_addr> | fqdn-name <FQDN(100)>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 ucast_addr

Description

Keyword for an IP address

Value for an IPv4 unicast address fqdn-name

FQDN(100)

Keyword for a domain name

Domain name (Fully Qualified Domain

Name)

Range of values/note

-

Enter a valid IPv4 unicast address.

-

Maximum of 100 characters

For information on addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Addresses and interface names (Page 29)".

Result

The SMTP server entry is deleted.

Further notes

You configure an SMTP server entry with the smtp-server

command.

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7.5.4.3

Description sender mail-address

With this command, you configure the e-mail name of the sender.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: sender mail-address <mail-address>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter mail-address

Description

Email name of the sender

Range of values / note max. 100 characters

Result

The e-mail name of the sender is configured.

Further notes

You reset the e-mail name of the sender with the no sender mail-address

.

You display the setting with the show events sender email

command.

7.5.4.4

Description no sender mail-address

With this command, you reset the e-mail name of the sender.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no sender mail-address

Result

The e-mail name of the sender is reset.

Further notes

You configure the e-mail name of the sender with the sender mail-address

.

You display the setting with the show events sender email

command.

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7.5.4.5

Description smtp-port

With this command, you configure an SMTP port.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: smtp-port <smtp-port(1-65535)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter smtp-port

Description

Value for the SMTP port

Range of values / note

1 ... 65535

Default: 25

Result

An SMTP port is configured.

Further notes

You can reset the setting to the default with the no smtp-port

command.

You display the setting with the show smtp-port

command.

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Description no smtp-port

With this command, you reset the SMTP port to the default.

The default value is 25.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no smtp-port

Result

The SMTP port is reset to the default value.

Further notes

You configure the setting with the smtp-port

command.

You display the setting with the show smtp-port

command.

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Description send test mail

With this command, you send an e-mail according to the currently configured SMTP settings.

Requirement

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You are in the EVENTS configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: send test mail

Result

An e-mail according to the currently configured SMTP settings was sent.

Further notes

You can display the current SMTP settings with the show events emailserver

command.

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7.6 HTTP server

7.6 HTTP server

This section describes commands of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).

7.6.1

Description show ip http server status

This command shows the status of the HTTP server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip http server status

Result

The status of the HTTP server is displayed.

7.6.2 Commands in the Global Configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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Description ip http

With this command, you enable HTTP on the device.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: ip http

As default the function is "enabled".

Result

HTTP is enabled on the device.

Further notes

You can display the setting of this function and other information with the show ip http server status command.

You deactivate HTTP on the device with the no ip http

command.

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7.6.2.2

Description no ip http

With this command, you disable HTTP on the device.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no ip http

Result

HTTP is disabled on the device.

Further notes

You can display the setting of this function and other information with the show ip http server status command.

You enable HTTP with the ip http

command.

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7.7 HTTPS server

HTTPS server

This section describes commands of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS).

7.7.1

Description show ip http secure server status

This command shows the status of the HTTPS server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip http secure server status

Result

The status, cipher suite and version of the HTTPS server are displayed.

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7.7.2

Description show ssl server-cert

This command shows the SSL server certificate.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ssl server-cert

Result

The SSL server certificate is displayed.

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7.8 ARP

ARP

This section describes commands of the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP).

7.8.1

Description show ip arp

With this command, you display the IP ARP table.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show ip arp [{Vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>|<interface-type><interface-id>|

<ip-address>|<mac-address>|summary|information}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter

Vlan vlan-id interface-type interface-id ip-address mac-address summary information

Description

Keyword for a VLAN connection

Number of the addressed VLAN

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Shows the IP addresses of the entries in the ARP table

Shows the MAC addresses of the entries in the ARP table

Shows a summary of the entries in the

ARP table

Displays information on the ARP configuration

Range of values / note

-

1 ... 4094

Enter a valid interface.

-

-

-

-

For information on names of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the IP ARP table is displayed.

Result

The IP ARP table is displayed.

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7.9 SSH server

This section describes commands of the Secure Shell (SSH) Server.

7.9.1

Description show ip ssh

This command shows the settings of the SSH server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show ip ssh

Result

The settings for the SSH server are displayed.

7.9.2 Commands in the Global Configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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Description ssh-server

With this command, you enable the SSH protocol on the device.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: ssh-server

As default the function is "enabled".

Result

The SSH protocol is enabled on the device.

Further notes

You disable the SSH protocol with the no ssh-server

command.

Network protocols

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7.9.2.2

Description no ssh-server

With this command, you disable the SSH protocol on the device.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no ssh-server

Result

The SSH protocol is disabled on the device.

Further notes

You enable the SSH protocol with the ssh-server

command.

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8

This part contains the sections describing the functions for controlling and balancing network load.

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8.1 Dynamic MAC aging

8.1 Dynamic MAC aging

The section describes commands with which the aging of dynamically learned entries is configured in a MAC address list.

8.1.1

Description show mac-address-table aging-time

To ensure that the address entries are up-to-date, MAC addresses are only kept in the address table for a specified time.

This command shows the time after which the MAC addresses are removed from the address table.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show mac-address-table aging-time

Result

The time is displayed.

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Description show mac-address-table aging-status

This command shows whether or not MAC aging is enabled.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show mac-address-table aging-status

Result

The status of the MAC aging is displayed.

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8.1.3 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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8.1.3.1

Description mac-address-table aging-time

With this command, you configure the aging of a dynamically learned entry in the MAC address list.

Note

Addresses with light data traffic

For addresses with low data traffic, it is recommended to enter a higher value for the aging.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: mac-address-table aging-time <seconds(10-1000000)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters Description seconds

Life of the entry in seconds

Range of values

10 ... 1000000

At system start or when using the restart

command with the option memory or factory

, the following defaults apply:

● The function is configured to 300 seconds.

Result

The value of the aging of a dynamically learned entry is configured.

Further notes

You can reset the setting to the default with the no mac-address-table aging-time

command.

You display the setting with the show mac-address-table aging-time

command.

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9.1 NAT

This section describes commands relevant for NAT / NAPT.

9.1.1

Description show nat (Client)

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

This command shows the NAT configuration and the translation list.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show nat

Result

The configuration and the translation list are displayed.

See also

nat (Client) (Page 396)

nat local ip address (Client) (Page 398)

nat interface (Client) (Page 399)

nat timeout (Client) (Page 401)

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9.1.2 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

9.1.2.1 nat (client)

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Description

With this command, you change to the NAT Configuration mode.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: nat

Result

You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)#

Further notes

You exit the NAT Configuration mode with the end

or exit

command.

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9.1.3 Commands in the NAT configuration mode

9.1.3.1

Description nat

With this command, you change to the NAT Configuration mode.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: nat

Result

You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)#

Further notes

You exit the NAT Configuration mode with the end

or exit

command.

This section describes commands that you can call up in the NAT Configuration mode.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the nat

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the NAT Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global

Configuration mode.

● If you exit the NAT Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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9.1.3.2 nat (Client)

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Description

Requirement

You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)#

Syntax

With this command, you configure the translation list for communication from the global to the local network.

A maximum of 60 entries are possible.

Call up the command with the following parameters: nat {tcp|udp} <globalportfrom> [<globalportto>] <localip> <localportfrom>

[<localportto>] [{enable|disable}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter tcp udp globalportfrom globalportto localip localportfrom localportto enable disable

Description Values

Assignment of TCP for the following global port -

Assignment of UDP for the following global port -

Start port of the global port range enter the start port

End port of the global port range enter the end port

IPV4 address of the node in the local network enter a valid IPv4 address

Start port of the local port range

End port of the local port range

Enables the NAT rule

Disables the NAT rule

-

- enter the start port enter the end port

Note

Global port

If the port is already occupied by a local service, for example Telnet, a warning is displayed.

In this case, avoid using TCP port 23 (Telnet), port 22 (SSH), ports 80/443 (http/https: reachability of the client with the WBM) and UDP port 161 (SNMP) as global port.

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Further notes

You show the NAT configuration and the translation list with the show nat

command.

You delete entries with the no nat

command.

See also

The translation list is configured.

If the command is executed without the optional parameters enable|disable

, the newly created address assignment is disabled as default.

show nat (Client) (Page 393)

9.1.3.3 no nat (Client)

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Description

With this command, you delete an entry from the translation list.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode

Requirement

You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no nat {tcp|udp} <globalportfrom> [<globalportto>] <localip> <localportfrom>

[<localportto>]

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter tcp udp globalportfrom globalportto localip localportfrom localportto

Description

Assignment of TCP for the following global port

Assignment of UDP for the following global port

Values

-

-

Start port of the global port range enter the start port

End port of the global port range enter the end port

IPv4 address of the node in the local network enter a valid IPv4 address

Start port of the local port range

End port of the local port range enter the start port enter the end port

Result

The entry is deleted from the translation list.

Further notes

You show the NAT configuration and the translation list with the show nat

command.

You configure entries with the nat

command.

See also

show nat (Client) (Page 393)

9.1.3.4

Description nat local ip address (Client)

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

With this command, you configure the IP address of the Ethernet interface. This IP address is the gateway address of the local device.

Requirement

398

You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)#

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Call up the command with the following parameters: nat local ip address <ip-address> {<subnet-mask>|/<prefix-length(0-32)>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters Description ip-address

Address of the Ethernet interface subnet-mask

Subnet mask of the local Ethernet length

Decimal representation of the mask as a number of "1" bits

Values enter a valid IP address enter a valid subnet mask

1 ... 32

Result

The local IP address of the Ethernet interface is configured.

Further notes

You show the NAT configuration and the translation list with the show nat

command.

See also

show nat (Client) (Page 393)

9.1.3.5

Description nat interface (Client)

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

With this command, you enable NAT for the Ethernet interface.

Requirement

You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)#

● "Own" is set for "MAC Mode".

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: nat interface <interface-type><interface-id>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter interface-type interface-id

Description

Type or speed of the interface

Module no. and port no. of the interface

Values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

NAT is activated for the Ethernet interface.

Further notes

You disable NAT with the no nat interface

command.

You configure the MAC mode with the wlan client mac mode

command.

You show the NAT configuration and the translation list with the show nat

command.

See also

show nat (Client) (Page 393)

9.1.3.6

Description no nat interface (Client)

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

With this command, you disable NAT.

Requirement

You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)#

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Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no nat interface

Result

NAT is disabled.

Further notes

You enable NAT with the nat interface

command.

See also

show nat (Client) (Page 393)

9.1.3.7 nat timeout (Client)

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

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Description

Requirement

You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)#

Syntax

With this command, you configure the time period for the TCP / UDP connection. If no data exchange takes place, the TCP / UDP connection is deleted from the translation table when this time has elapsed.

Call up the command with the following parameters: nat {tcp|udp} timeout <seconds>

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters tcp udp seconds

Description

TCP connection

UDP connection

Period of time in seconds

Values

-

-

1 ... 4294967295

Result

The period of time is configured.

Further notes

You show the NAT configuration and the translation list with the show nat

command.

You delete the period of time with the no nat timeout

command.

See also

show nat (Client) (Page 393)

9.1.3.8 no nat timeout (Client)

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Description

With this command, you delete the time period for the TCP / UDP connection.

Requirement

You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)#

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Call up the command with the following parameters: no nat {tcp|udp} timeout

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters tcp udp

Description

TCP connection

UDP connection

Values

-

-

Result

The time period for the TCP / UDP connection was set to the default setting.

Further notes

You show the NAT configuration and the translation list with the show nat

command.

You configure the time with the nat timeout

command.

See also

show nat (Client) (Page 393)

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10

This part contains the sections that describe the access rights and authentication methods.

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10.1 User rights management

This section describes commands for access as administrator and the configuration of the authentication methods.

10.1.1

Description whoami

This command shows the user name of the logged in user.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: whoami

Result

The user name of the logged in user is displayed.

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10.1.2

Description show users

This command displays the users that logged on via Telnet or SSH.

Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show users

Result

The logged in users are displayed.

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10.2 WLAN

This section describes commands for configuring and managing wireless LANs (WLANs).

Some commands are available only in the "access point" or in the "client" mode. In these cases, the titles have the term access point or client added to them.

Example: wlan mode

● wlan mode (access point): The function can only be used with access points.

● wlan mode (client): The function can only be used with clients.

10.2.1

Description show wlan security

This command shows the security settings of the device, for example the encryption method.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan security <wlan 0/X | vapX 0/Y>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X vapX 0/Y

Description

WLAN interface

Only available in client mode

VAP interface

Only available in Access Point mode

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The settings are displayed.

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See also

wlan security authentication (client) (Page 425)

wlan security cipher (client) (Page 427)

wlan security default-key (client) (Page 428)

wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate (client) (Page 429)

wlan security dot1x eap-authentication-type (client) (Page 431)

wlan security dot1x username (client) (Page 432)

wlan security dot1x password (client) (Page 433)

wlan security edit key (Page 434)

wlan security encryption (client) (Page 435)

wlan security wpa-psk-passphrase (client) (Page 437)

vap security authentication (access point) (Page 438)

vap security encryption (access point) (Page 442)

vap security default-key (access point) (Page 441)

vap security cipher (access point) (Page 439)

vap security wpa-psk-passphrase (access point) (Page 445)

vap communication with own-vap (access point) (Page 446)

vap communication with other-vaps (access point) (Page 448)

vap communication with ethernet (access point) (Page 450)

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10.2.2 show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point)

Description

This command shows the settings of the RADIUS server.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

Result

The settings are displayed.

See also

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Page 414)

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address (Page 416)

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator max-retransmit (Page 417)

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator port-number (Page 418)

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary (Page 419)

no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary (Page 420)

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-interval (Page 421)

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-mode (Page 422)

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator shared-secret (Page 423)

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10.2.3

Description show wlan security keys

This command shows a table with the WEP key of the device.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan security-keys < wlan 0/X >

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter wlan 0/X

Description

WLAN interface

Range of values / note

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The key table is displayed.

See also

wlan security edit key (Page 434)

10.2.4

Description show wlan security server-cert (client)

This command shows the server certificate.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

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Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: show wlan security server-cert

Result

The server certificate is displayed.

10.2.5

Description show wlan security user-cert (client)

This command shows the user certificate.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: show wlan security user-cert

Result

The user certificate is displayed.

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Description show wlan inter-ap-blocking allowed addresses

This command shows a list of the devices with which the clients are allowed to communicate.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• Access point mode

The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

Requirement

Security and authentication

10.2 WLAN

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan inter-ap-blocking allowed addresses vapX 0/Y

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter vapX 0/Y

Description

VAP interface

Only available in client mode

Values or range of values

Enter a valid interface.

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The value of the update interval for ARP is shown along with a list with the following information:

● Index, the consecutive number of the list entry.

● Type, e.g. IPv4

● The IP address of the device

● The MAC address of the device

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10.2.7 Commands in the WLAN configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN configuration mode.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the wlan

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the WLAN configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the WLAN configuration mode with the exit command, you return to the Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

10.2.7.1 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

Description

With this command, you enable the RADIUS server.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security ap-radius-authenticator <index (1-2)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters index

Description

Index of the RADIUS server

Values or range of values

1...2

Result

The RADIUS server is enabled.

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You disable the RADIUS server with the no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator command.

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

See also

no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Page 415)

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

10.2.7.2 no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

Description

With this command, you disable the RADIUS server.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator <index (1-2)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters index

Description

Index of the RADIUS server

Values or range of values

1...2

Result

The RADIUS server is disabled.

Further notes

You disable the RADIUS server with the wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

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See also

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Page 414)

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

10.2.7.3

Description wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address

With this command, you configure the IP address of the RADIUS server.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address <index (1-2)> {ipv4 <ucast_addr> | fqdn-name <FQDN (100)>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter index ipv4 ucast_addr fqdn-name

FQDN

Description

Index of the RADIUS server

Keyword for an IPv4 address

Values or range of values

1...2

-

IPv4 address Enter a valid IPv4 address.

Keyword for a domain name -

Domain name (Fully Qualified Domain Name) Maximum of 100 characters

Result

The RADIUS server is enabled.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

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Description

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator max-retransmit

With this command, you configure maximum number of attempts to establish a connection.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security ap-radius-authenticator max-retransmit <index (1-2)> <1-254>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter index

1-254

Description

Index of the RADIUS server

Number of connection attempts

Values or range of values

1...2

1...5

Result

The maximum number of attempts to establish a connection is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

See also

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

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10.2.7.5 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator port-number

Description

With this command, you configure the input port of the RADIUS server.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security ap-radius-authenticator port-number <index (1-2)> <1-65535>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters index

1-65535

Description

Index of the RADIUS server

Number of port

Values or range of values

1...2

1...6553

Result

The input port is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

See also

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

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Description wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary

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With this command, you configure the RADIUS server as primary server.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode and the "wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address" is configured.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary <index (1-2)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter index

Description

Index of the RADIUS server

Values or range of values

1...2

Result

The RADIUS server is configured as primary server.

Further notes

You disable the setting with the no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary command.

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

See also

no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary (Page 420)

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

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10.2.7.7 no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary

Description

With this command, you disable the primary server.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary <index (1-2)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters index

Description

Index of the RADIUS server

Values or range of values

1...2

Result

The primary server is disabled.

Further notes

You enable the setting with the wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary

command.

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

See also

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary (Page 419)

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

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10.2 WLAN wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-interval

Description

With this command, you configure the lifetime of the authentication (in seconds).

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

● Local time management is active.

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-interval <s(60-43200)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters s

Description

Lifetime in seconds

Values or range of values

60 s ... 43200

Default: 3600

Result

The lifetime is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

You configure the local time management with the wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauht-mode

command.

See also

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-mode (Page 422)

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

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10.2.7.9 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-mode

Description

With this command, you specify who decides the time before the clients are forced to reauthenticate.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-mode {show-modes | <mode>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters show-modes mode

Description

Lists the available values.

Method of time management

Values or range of values

• disabled

Function is disabled

• server

Time management on the server

• local

Local time management. You specify the period of validity with the wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-interval

command.

Result

The function is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

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wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-interval (Page 421)

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator shared-secret 10.2.7.10

Description

With this command, you configure the password for the RADIUS server.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security ap-radius-authenticator shared-secret <index(1-2)> <string>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters index string

Description

Index of the RADIUS server

Password

Values or range of values

1...2

Enter the password of the

RADIUS server.

Result

The password is configured.

Further notes

You display the setting with the show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

command.

See also

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 410)

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10.2.7.11 vap inter-ap-blocking refresh time

Core statement

This command specifies the update interval for the ARP table. The default for this value is 60 seconds.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• Access point mode

The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

Requirement

You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vap inter-ap-blocking refresh time <seconds(30-300)>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter seconds

Description

Update interval for the

ARP table in seconds.

Values or range of values

30 ... 300

Result

The ARP table is updated when the set time elapses.

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Commands in the WLAN Interface configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the interface wlan 0/X

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the WLAN Interface Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the Privileged EXEC mode.

10.2.8.1

Description wlan security authentication (client)

With this command, you specify the type of authentication.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Note iPCF or iPCF-MC mode enabled

If iPCF or iPCF-MC mode is enabled, only "Open System" with the encryption method AES is supported in the security settings.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security authentication { show-methods | methods }

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter methods methods

Description

Lists the available types of authentication

Value corresponding to an authentication method.

Values / range of values

• open-system

Without authentication. Encryption with a fixed (unchanging) key can be selected as an option. To enable encryption, use the " wlan security encryption

" command.

• shared-key

A fixed key is stored for authentication.

• wpa (Radius)

WPA authentication.

• wpa-psk

WPA authentication without RADIUS server.

• wpa2 (Radius)

WPA2 authentication.

• wpa2-psk

WPA2 authentication without RADIUS server.

• wpa-wpa2-auto (Radius)

WPA and WPA2 authentication

• wpa-wpa2-auto-psk

WPA and WPA2 authentication without a RADIUS server

Result

The type of authentication is specified.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

no wlan security encryption (client) (Page 436)

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Description wlan security cipher (client)

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With this command, you configure the encryption method for the WPA(2) authentication.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Note iPCF or iPCF-MC mode enabled

If you want encryption with AES in iPCF or iPCF-MC mode, only keys with a 128 bit key length are supported.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security cipher { auto | wep | aes | tkip }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter auto wep aes tkip

Description

TKIP or AES is used depending on the capability of the other station.

WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)

A symmetrical stream encryption method with only 40- or 104-bit long keys based on the RC4 algorithm (Ron’s Code 4).

AES (Advanced Encryption Standard): 
Strong symmetrical block encryption method based on the Rijndael algorithm that further improves the functions of TKIP.

TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol): A symmetrical encryption method with the

RC4 algorithm (Ron’s

Code 4). In contrast to the weak WEP encryption, TKIP uses changing keys derived from a main key.

Note

The encryption method "TKIP" is not available with the transmission standards "802.11n" and "802.11n only".

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Result

The encryption method is configured.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

10.2.8.3 wlan security default-key (client)

Description

With this command, you specify which WEP key from the key table is used for encryption.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security default-key <index(1-4)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters index

Description

Index of the key table

Values or range of values

1...4

Default: 1

Result

The WEP key is specified.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

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show wlan security (Page 408)

wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate (client)

Description

With this command, you enable the validation of the server certificate on the client.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate

Result

Validation is enabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

You disable the validity check with the no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate command (default setting).

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate (client) (Page 430)

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10.2.8.5 no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate (client)

Description

With this command, you disable the validation of the server certificate on the client. This setting is activated as default.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate

Result

Validation is disabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

You enable the validation with the wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate command.

See also

wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate (client) (Page 429)

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10.2.8.6

Description wlan security dot1x eap-authentication-type (client)

With this command, you specify which RADIUS authentication methods the client offers to the RADIUS server. With " auto

", the client offers a RADIUS server all supported methods.

Any other selection restricts the support by the client to this one method.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security dot1x eap-authentication-type { show-types | <type> }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters show-types type

Description

Lists the available authentication methods

Value that contains the authentication method

Values or range of values

• auto

Client offers RADIUS server all methods

• eap-tls

Extensible Authentication Protocol - Transport

Layer Security: Uses certificates for authentication

• eap-ttls

Extensible Authentication Protocol - Tunnel

Transport Layer Security: After setting up the

TLS tunnel, MS-CHAPv2 is used for internal authentication.

• peap

Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol: Alternative draft protocol of IETF for EAP-TTLS

Result

The authentication method is specified.

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Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

10.2.8.7 wlan security dot1x username (client)

Description

With this command, you specify the user name for the RADIUS server.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security dot1x username <string>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters string

Description

User name

Values or value table

Enter the user name for the RADIUS server. You specify the corresponding password with the wlan security dot1x password

command.

Result

The user name is specified.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

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10.2.8.8

Description

show wlan security (Page 408)

wlan security dot1x password (client)

With this command, you specify the password for the RADIUS server.

When assigning the password, ASCII code 0x20 to 0x7e is used.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security dot1x password <string>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters string

Description

New password

Values or range of values

Enter the password for the user name. You specify the user name with the wlan security dot1x username

command

Result

The password is specified.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

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10.2.8.9

Description wlan security edit key

With this command, you add a WEP or AES key to the key table. You can choose between several key lengths.

● 5 or 13 ASCII or 10 or 26 hexadecimal characters specify a weaker key (40/104 bits).

● 16 ASCII or 32 hexadecimal characters, on the other hand, define a strong key (128 bits).

Note iPCF or iPCF-MC mode activated

If you want encryption with AES in iPCF or iPCF-MC mode, only keys with a 128 bit key length are supported.

Requirement

You are in the Interface configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security edit key <index(1-4)> <key>

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter index key

Description

Index of the key table

Key

Values or range of values

1...4

Enter the WEP or AES key.

Result

The WEP or AES key is inserted in the key table.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

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10.2.8.10

Description wlan security encryption (client)

With this command, you enable encryption with a fixed (unchanging) WEP key. You can only enable or disable encryption if you have selected "Open System" for authentication. All other security methods include both authentication and encryption. If you use "Open system" with

"Encryption" or "Shared Key", you always need to specify the WEP key used for the encryption.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

● The type of authentication is " open system

".

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan security encryption

Result

The encryption is enabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

You disable the encryption with the no wlan security encryption

command (default setting).

You define a WEP key with the wlan security edit key

command.

You configure which WEP key is used with the wlan security default-key (Client) command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

no wlan security encryption (client) (Page 436)

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10.2.8.11

Description no wlan security encryption (client)

With this command, you disable encryption with a fixed (unchanging) WEP key. This setting is activated as default. You can only enable or disable encryption if you have selected "Open

System" for authentication.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

● The type of authentication is " open-system

".

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan security encryption

Result

The encryption is disabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

You enable the encryption with the wlan security encryption

command.

See also

wlan security encryption (client) (Page 435)

wlan security authentication (client) (Page 425)

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10.2.8.12

Description wlan security wpa-psk-passphrase (client)

With this command, you store the WPA(2) key that is used in WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK authentication.

Note

The key can be 8 to 63 ASCII characters or exactly 64 hexadecimal characters long. It should be selected so that is complex for example consisting of random numbers, letters

(upper-/lowercase), have few repetitions and special characters. Do not use known names, words or terms that could be guessed. If a device is lost or if the key becomes known, the key should be changed on all devices to maintain security.

Note

This command is only available in the client mode.

Requirement

● WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK or WPA(2)-PSK auto is set for the type of authentication.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security wpa-psk-passphrase <string>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter string

Description

WPA(2) key

Description

8....63 ASCII

or exactly 64 hex

Result

A WPA(2) key is specified.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <wlan 0/X>

command.

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See also

wlan security authentication (client) (Page 425)

show wlan security (Page 408)

10.2.9 Commands in the VAP Interface configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the VAP Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available.

In the Global Configuration mode, enter the interface vapX 0/Y

command to change to this mode.

● If you exit the VAP Interface Configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the Global Configuration mode.

● If you exit the VAP Interface Configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

10.2.9.1

Description vap security authentication (access point)

With this command, you specify the type of authentication.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Note iPCF or iPCF-MC mode enabled

If iPCF or iPCF-MC mode is enabled, only "Open System" with the encryption method AES is supported in the security settings.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vap security authentication { show-methods | <methods> }

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The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter methods methods

Description

Lists the available types of authentication

Value corresponding to an authentication method.

Description

• open-system

Without authentication. Encryption with a fixed (unchanging) key can be selected as an option. To enable the key, use the " vap security encryption

" command.

• shared-key

A fixed key is stored for authentication.

• wpa (Radius)

WPA authentication.

• wpa-psk

WPA authentication without RADIUS server.

• wpa2 (Radius)

WPA2 authentication.

• wpa2-psk

WPA2 authentication without RADIUS server.

• wpa-wpa2-auto (Radius)

WPA and WPA2 authentication

• wpa-wpa2-auto-psk

WPA and WPA2 authentication without a RADIUS server

Result

The type of authentication is specified.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

10.2.9.2

Description vap security cipher (access point)

With this command, you configure the encryption method for the WPA authentication.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

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Note iPCF or iPCF-MC mode enabled

If you want encryption with AES in iPCF or iPCF-MC mode, only keys with a 128 bit key length are supported.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vap security cipher { auto | aes | tkip }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter auto aes tkip

Description

TKIP or AES is used depending on the capability of the other station.

AES (Advanced Encryption Standard): 
Strong symmetrical block encryption method based on the Rijndael algorithm that further improves the functions of

TKIP.

TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol): A symmetrical encryption method with the RC4 algorithm (Ron’s

Code 4). In contrast to the weak WEP encryption, TKIP uses changing keys derived from a main key.

Note

The encryption methods "WEP" and "TKIP" are not available with the transmission standards

"802.11n" and "802.11n only".

Result

The encryption method is configured.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

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Description

With this command, you specify which WEP key from the key table is used for encryption.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vap security default-key <index (1-4)>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters index

Description

Index of the key table

Values or range of values

1...4

Result

The WEP key is specified.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

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10.2.9.4

Description vap security encryption (access point)

With this command, you enable encryption with a fixed (unchanging) WEP key. You can only enable or disable encryption if you have selected "Open System" for authentication. All other security methods include both authentication and encryption. If you use "Open system" with

"Encryption" or "Shared Key", you always need to specify the WEP key used for the encryption.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

● The type of authentication is " open-system

".

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: vap security encryption

Result

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

You disable the encryption with the no vap security encryption

command.

You define a WEP key with the wlan security edit key

command.

With the vap security default-key (Access Point) command, you configure the WEP key used for encryption.

See also

The encryption is enabled. You can only disable encryption if you have selected " open-sytem

" for authentication

show wlan security (Page 408)

no vap security encryption (access point) (Page 443)

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10.2.9.5

Description no vap security encryption (access point)

With this command, you disable encryption with a fixed (unchanging) WEP key. This setting is activated as default. You can only enable or disable encryption if you have selected "Open

System" for authentication.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

● The type of authentication is " open-system

".

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no vap security encryption

Result

The encryption is disabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

You enable the encryption with the vap security encryption

command.

See also

vap security encryption (access point) (Page 442)

show wlan security (Page 408)

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10.2.9.6 vap security wpa-group-key-update-interval (Access Point)

Description

With this command you specify the time after which the key is renewed.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vap security wpa-group-key-update-interval {0|seconds (30-36000)}

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter

0 seconds

Description

The key will not be renewed.

When the time expires (second), the key is renewed.

Values or range of values

-

30 ... 36000

Result

The time for renewal of the key is specified.

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10.2.9.7

Description vap security wpa-psk-passphrase (access point)

With this command, you store the WPA(2) key that is used in WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK authentication.

Note

The key can be 8 to 63 ASCII characters or exactly 64 hexadecimal characters long. It should be selected so that is complex for example consisting of random numbers, letters

(upper-/lowercase), have few repetitions and special characters. Do not use known names, words or terms that could be guessed. If a device is lost or if the key becomes known, the key should be changed on all devices to maintain security.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

● WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK or WPA(2)-PSK auto is set for the type of authentication.

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vap security wpa-psk-passphrase <string>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter string

Description

WPA(2) key.

Values or range of values

8....63 ASCII

or exactly 64 hex

Result

A WPA(2) key is specified.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

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See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

10.2.9.8 vap communication with own-vap (access point)

Description

With this command, you specify that the clients logged on to the same SSID of an access point can communicate with each other.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: vap communication with own-vap

Result

The communication option on the same SSID of an access point is enabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

You disable the function with the no vap communication with own-vap

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

no vap communication with own-vap (access point) (Page 447)

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10.2.9.9

Description no vap communication with own-vap (access point)

With this command, you specify that clients logged on to the same SSID of an access point cannot communicate with each other.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no vap communication with own-vap

Result

The communication option on the same SSID of an access point is disabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

You enable the function with the vap communication with own-vap

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

vap communication with own-vap (access point) (Page 446)

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10.2.9.10 vap communication with other-vaps (access point)

Description

With this command, you specify that clients logged on to different SSIDs of an access point can communicate with each other.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: vap communication with other-vaps

Result

The communication option via different SSIDs of an access point is enabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

You disable the function with the no vap communication with other-vaps

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

no vap communication with other-vaps (access point) (Page 449)

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10.2.9.11

Description no vap communication with other-vaps (access point)

With this command, you specify that clients logged on to different SSIDs of an access point cannot communicate with each other.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no vap communication with other-vaps

Result

The communication option via different SSIDs of an access point is disabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

You enable the function with the vap communication with other-vaps

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

vap communication with other-vaps (access point) (Page 448)

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10.2.9.12 vap communication with ethernet (access point)

Description

With this command, you specify that the client can communicate via the Ethernet interface.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: vap communication with ethernet

Result

The communication option is enabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

You disable the function with the no vap communication with ethernet

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

no vap communication with ethernet (access point) (Page 451)

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10.2.9.13

Description no vap communication with ethernet (access point)

With this command, you specify that the client cannot communicate via the Ethernet interface.

Note

This command is available only in access point mode.

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameter assignment: no vap communication with ethernet

Result

The communication option is disabled.

Further notes

You display the settings with the show wlan security <vapX 0/Y>

command.

You enable the function with the vap communication with ethernet

command.

See also

show wlan security (Page 408)

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10.2.9.14 vap inter-ap-blocking allowed address

Description

With this command you specify which devices are accessible to the clients.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• Access point mode

The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: vap inter-ap-blocking allowed address {ipv4 <ucast_addr>} [resolver-address {ipv4

<ucast_addr>}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4

Description

Keyword for an IPv4 address ucast_addr

IPv4 address address ipv4

Address resolution

Keyword for an IPv4 address ucast_addr

IPv4 address

Range of values

-

Enter a valid IPv4 address.

-

-

Enter the IPv4 address into which the permitted IPv4 address will be resolved.

If you do not configure address resolution, the management IPv4 address is used for resolution.

Result

The client can communicate with the device whose IPv4 address was specified as the parameter via the Ethernet interface.

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Further notes

You display the IPv4 addresses with the show wlan inter-ap-blocking allowed addresses command.

10.2.9.15

Description no vap inter-ap-blocking allowed address

This command deletes the device with the specified IP address from the list of devices with which clients are allowed to communicate.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• Access point mode

The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no vap inter-ap-blocking allowed address {ipv4 <ipv4-address>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 address

Description

Keyword for an IPv4 address

IP address

Range of values

-

Enter a valid IPv4 address.

Result

The entry was deleted from the list.

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10.2.9.16

Description vap inter-ap-blocking

This command restricts the communication of the clients. Clients can only access devices whose IP address was configured on the access point with the command vap inter-apblocking allowed address

.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• Access point mode

The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: vap inter-ap-blocking

Result

The client can only communicate via the Ethernet interface with devices that were configured as permitted communications partners.

Further notes

The show wlan inter-ap-blocking allowed addresses vapX 0/Y

command shows information about the devices with which communication is possible.

With the vap inter-ap-blocking allowed address

command, you configure a device as a permitted communications partner.

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10.2.9.17

Description no vap inter-ap-blocking

This command allows unrestricted communication from a client to all devices that can be reached via the access point.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• Access point mode

The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no vap inter-ap-blocking

Result

The client can communicate with all available devices via the Ethernet interface. If permitted communications partners were configured previously, this information is retained after calling this command.

Further notes

The show wlan inter-ap-blocking allowed addresses vapX 0/Y

command shows information about the devices with which communication is possible.

With the vap inter-ap-blocking allowed address

command, you configure a device as a permitted communications partner.

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10.2.9.18 vap inter-ap-blocking block gratuitous arp

Description

This command blocks the forwarding of gratuitous ARP packets.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• Access point mode

The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: vap inter-ap-blocking block gratuitous arp

Result

Gratuitous ARP packets are not forwarded.

10.2.9.19

Description no vap inter-ap-blocking block gratuitous arp

This command allows the forwarding of gratuitous ARP packets.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

Access point mode

• The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

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You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no vap inter-ap-blocking block gratuitous arp

Result

10.2.9.20

Description

Gratuitous ARP packets are also forwarded. vap inter-ap-blocking block non-ip-traffic

This command restricts the communication between the client and the devices configured as permitted communications partners on the access points to IP packets.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• Access point mode

The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: vap inter-ap-blocking block non-ip-traffic

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Result

There is no exchange of non-IP packets, for example layer 2 packets between the client and the devices configured on the access point as permitted communications partners.

10.2.9.21

Description no vap inter-ap-blocking block non-ip-traffic

This command allows the exchange of non-IP packets between the client and the devices that are configured on the access point as permitted communications partners.

Note

The command is only available when the following requirements are met:

• Access point mode

The device is equipped with one of the following KEY-PLUGs:

– W780 iFeatures (MLFB 6GK5907-8PA00)

– W700 Security (MLFB 6GK5907-0PA00)

Requirement

You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no vap inter-ap-blocking block non-ip-traffic

Result

Non-IP packets can also be exchanged between the client and the devices configured on the access point as permitted communications partners.

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Management Access Control List

This section describes the commands relevant for working with the management access control list.

10.3.1

Description show authorized-managers

This command shows the information about the configuration of the authorized managers.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show authorized-managers[ip-source<ip-address>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ip-source ip-address

Description

Keyword for the network or host address

Value for an IP address

Range of values / note

- specify a valid IP address

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The information about the configuration of the authorized managers is displayed.

10.3.2 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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10.3.2.1

Description authorized-manager ip-source

With this command, you configure the interfaces and protocols via which an authorized manager is allowed to access the device.

Requirement

You are in the Global Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: authorized-manager ip-source <ip-address>

[{<subnet-mask>|/<prefix-length(1-32)>}]

[interface[<interface-type<0/a-b,0/c,...>]

[<interface-type<0/a-b,0/c,...>]]

[vlan<a,b or a-b or a,b,c-d>] [service[snmp][telnet][http][https][ssh]]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ip-address

Description

Specifies the network or the IP address for which the IP manager is authorized subnet-mask prefix-length

Subnet mask that restricts the authorization

Decimal representation of the mask as a number of "1" bits interface interface-type

Keyword for a an interface description

Type or speed of the interface

0/a-b,0/c,...

Module no. and port no. of the interface vlan

Keyword for a VLAN connection a,b,c-d

Number of a VLAN or VLAN range

Range of values

Enter a valid IPv4 address or a network

Enter a valid mask

1 .. 32

-

Enter a valid interface. service

Specifies the services for which the manager is authorized.

You can select several options.

- enter a valid VLAN or VLAN range

• snmp

• telnet

• http

• https

• ssh

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

The IP address 0.0.0.0 means "any manager"

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If optional parameters are not specified when configuring, the following defaults apply:

● The manager is authorized for all services.

Note

Configuration of the first entry

As long as the list of authorized managers is empty, access to the system is not restricted.

As soon as the list contains an entry, access to the system is blocked for all others.

You should therefore configure the interface via which you access the system first because your access is otherwise blocked.

Result

The interfaces and protocols via which an authorized manager is allowed to access the device are configured.

Further notes

You delete an interface for access of an authorized manager with the no authorized-manager ip-source

command.

You show the information about the configuration of the authorized managers with the show authorized-manager

command.

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10.3.2.2

Description no authorized-manager ip-source

With this command, you delete an interface via which an authorized manager is allowed to access the device.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no authorized-manager ip-source <ip-address>

[{<subnet-mask>|/<prefixlength(0-32)>}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ip-address subnet-mask prefixlength

Description

Specifies the network or the IP address for which the IP manager is authorized

Range of values / note

Enter a valid IP address or a network

Subnet mask that restricts the authorization Enter a valid mask

Decimal representation of the mask as a number of "1" bits

0 ... 32

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

An authorized manager is deleted from the list.

Further notes

You configure the interfaces and protocols via which an authorized manager is allowed to access the device with the authorized-manager ip-source

command.

You show the information about the configuration of the authorized managers with the show authorized-manager

command.

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11

The monitoring of the system and error diagnostics are handled in different ways:

● Events and faults handling:

Predefined events generate a message. These messages can be distributed in different ways:

– Entry in the local log

– Transfer to the Syslog server

– Sending as e-mail

– Sending as SNMP trap

● Syslog:

Configures the transfer to the Syslog server

● Port mirroring:

Mirroring of ports to analyze the data stream without disturbing operation

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In events and faults handling, you set the events whose messages will be distributed in one of the available ways.

You configure the monitoring of certain system events and power supply and physical interfaces in the Events configuration mode.

11.1.1

Description logging console

With this command, you enable the logging of inputs and outputs to the console.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: logging console

Result

The logging function is enabled on the console.

Further notes

You disable the setting with the no logging console

command.

As default the function is "disabled".

11.1.2

Description no logging console

With this command, you disable the logging of inputs and outputs to the console.

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Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: no logging console

Result

The logging function is disabled on the console.

Further notes

You enable the setting with the

logging console

command.

As default the function is "disabled".

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11.1.3

Description show authlog

With this command, you show the information about successful or failed authentication attempts.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show authlog

Result

The content of the logbook is displayed.

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Description show events config

This command shows the current configuration for forwarding the messages of the various event types.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show events config

Result

The current configuration of the events display is displayed.

11.1.5

Description show events severity

This command shows the degree of severity of an event ("Info", "Warning" or "Critical") starting at which a notification (sending of an e-mail, entry in the Syslog table, entry in the

Syslog file) is generated.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show events severity

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The corresponding degree of severity is shown for each type of notification.

Further notes

You configure the assignment of the degree of severity of an event and the type of notification with the severity

command.

11.1.6

Description show events faults config

This command shows the current configuration of the following error monitoring functions:

● Monitoring of the power supply for power outage

● Monitoring of the network connections for a change in the connection status

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show events faults config [{power|link}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters power link

Description

Monitoring of the power supply for power outage

Note

This parameter is not available on the SCALANCE W786-2 SFP.

Monitoring of the network connections for a change in the connection status

If no parameters are specified, the settings for both error monitoring functions are displayed.

Result

The current configuration of the selected error monitoring function is displayed.

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Description show events faults status

This command shows the status messages of fault monitoring of the power supply and network connections.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show events faults status

Result

A table with the status messages of the error monitoring functions is displayed.

11.1.8

Description show fault counter

This command shows the number of fault transitions of the power supply and network connections.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show events fault counter

Result

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Description show logbook

With this command, you display the content of the logbook.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show logbook or

Call up the command with the following parameters: show logbook { info | warning | critical }

Parameter

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter info warning critical

Description

Information

Warning

Critical

Result

The content of the logbook is displayed.

11.1.10

Description show power-line-state

This command shows the status of the power supply.

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Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show power-line-state

Result

The status of the power supply is displayed.

11.1.11

Description show rmon

This command shows the counter reading.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: show rmon [statistics [<stats-index (1-65535)>]]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter Description statistics stats-index

Keyword for the rmon statistics to be investigated.

Index number for the statistical values

Range of values

-

1 ... 65535

If you enter the command without parameters, the display shows whether rmon is enabled or disabled.

Result

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The values entered for the selected statistics index are displayed.

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Description clear authlog

With this command, you delete the content of the logbook.

Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: clear authlog

Result

The content of the logbook is deleted.

11.1.13

Description clear logbook

With this command, you delete the content of the logbook.

Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: clear logbook

Result

The content of the logbook is deleted.

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11.1.14

Description fault report ack

With this command, you acknowledge (delete) the messages of the "Cold/Warm start" event.

Requirement

You are in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameter: fault report ack <fault-state-id>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameters fault-state-id

Description

ID of the message

Value

Enter the ID of the message for the "Cold/Warm Start" event.

To obtain the ID, use the " show events faults status

" command.

Result

The message is acknowledged.

11.1.15 Commands in the global configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode.

In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

You exit the Global configuration mode with the end

or exit

command and are then in the

Privileged EXEC mode again.

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Description events

With this command, you change to the EVENTS configuration mode.

Requirement

You are in the Global configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: events

Result

You are now in the EVENTS configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Further notes

You exit the EVENTS configuration mode with the command end

or exit

.

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11.1.16 Commands in the Events configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the EVENTS configuration mode.

In the Global configuration mode, enter the events

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the EVENTS configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the

Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the EVENTS configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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Description add log

With this command, you create an entry in the log.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: add log <log entry>

The parameter has the following meaning:

Parameter log entry

Description

Entry in the logbook

Range of values / note max. 150 characters

Result

11.1.16.2

Description

The entry has been made in the logbook. client config

With this command, you enable one of the clients that processes or forwards the messages of the device.

The following clients are available:

● syslog

: sends the messages to the Syslog server

● trap

: sends the messages as SNMP trap to a configured recipient

● email

: sends the messages as e-mail

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

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Call up the command with the following parameters: client config {syslog|trap|email|all}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter syslog trap email all

Description

Enables the client that sends the messages to the Syslog server

Enables the client that sends the SNMP traps

Enables the client that sends the e-mails

Enables all clients at once

Result

The function of the client selected for the transfer is enabled.

Further notes

You display the status of the events and the clients with the show events config

command.

You disable a client with the no client config

command.

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Description no client config

With this command, you disable one of the clients that processes or forwards the messages of the device.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no client config {syslog|trap|email|all}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter syslog trap email all

Description

Disables the client that sends the messages to the Syslog server

Disables the client that sends the SNMP traps

Disables the client that sends the e-mails

Disables all clients at once

Result

The client selected for the transfer is disabled.

Further notes

You display the status of the events and the clients with the show events config

command.

You enable the function with the client config

command.

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Description event config

With this command, you configure which of the various message types of the device will be stored or forwarded.

The following events or message types are available:

● Message if there is cold or warm restart

● Message when there is a status change on a physical interface

● Message if there is an incorrect login

● Message when there is a status change in the power supply

● Message when there is a status change in the error monitoring

● Message when there is a change in the spanning tree

● Message if radio channels overlap

● Message when changes are made to the connection status of WDS

● Message if a radar signal is received or if there is a status change in the DFS scan.

● Message if the channel bandwidth changes

● Message for successful or failed authentication attempts

● Message if there is a change in the error status (error LED)

● Message when using iPCF.

These messages can be processed by the clients in different ways:

● Entry in the logbook of the device

● Sending the message to the log server of the system

● Sending an e-mail

● Sending an SNMP trap

● Lighting up of the error LED

Requirement

Diagnostics

11.1 Diagnostics

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

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Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: event config {cold-warmstart|linkchange|authentication-failure|

power-change|faultstate-change|stp-change|

overlap-ap|wds|dfs|wlan-general|

wlan-auth-log|ipcf-cycle-time|ipcf-pollsize|all}{logtable|syslog|email|trap|faults|all} wlan-general wlan-auth-log ipcf-cycle-time ipcf-poll-size all logtable syslog email trap faults all

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter cold-warmstart linkchange authentication-failure power-change faultstate-change stp-change overlap-ap wds dfs

Description

Message if there is cold or warm restart

Message when there is a status change on a physical interface

Message if there is an incorrect login

Message when there is a status change in the power supply

Message when there is a status change in the error monitoring

Message when there is a change in the spanning tree

Message if radio channels overlap (in Access Point mode only)

Message if there are changes to WDS (in Access Point mode only)

Message if a radar signal is received or if there is a status change in the DFS scan

(only in Access Point mode)

Message if the channel bandwidth has changed (in Access Point mode only)

Message if changes are made to the log file (in Client mode only)

Message if too many clients are logged on for the set iPCF cycle time or if some clients were not reached in one cycle

(only in access point mode and only available if supported by the device)

Message when the PNIO data size is too large for the transmission.

(only available if supported by the device)

All messages

Client that processes the logbook entries

Client that sends the messages to the log server

Client that sends the e-mails

Client that sends the SNMP traps

The device triggers an error. The error LED lights up.

All clients at once

Result

The setting deciding which message of the device is stored or forwarded is configured.

Further notes

You display the status of the events and the clients with the show events config

command.

You delete the settings with the no event config

command.

With this command, the clients are not enabled.

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To enable the clients, use the client config

command.

Note

Changing several message types or clients

With each command call, you can only select one message type and one client.

If you want to process several message types or clients, it may be more efficient to first select the all

option and then disable individual elements.

11.1.16.5

Description no event config

With this command, you configure which of the various message types of the device will no longer be stored or forwarded.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no event config

{cold-warmstart|linkchange|authentication-failure|

power-change|faultstate-change|stp-change|

overlap-ap|wds|dfs|wlan-general|

wlan-auth-log|all}{logtable|syslog|email|trap|faults|all} wlan-general

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter cold-warmstart linkchange authentication-failure power-change faultstate-change stp-change overlap-ap wds dfs

Description

Message if there is cold or warm restart

Message when there is a status change on a physical interface

Message if there is an incorrect login

Message when there is a status change in the power supply

Message when there is a status change in the error monitoring

Message when there is a change in the Spanning Tree

Message if radio channels overlap (in Access Point mode only)

Message if there are changes to WDS (in Access Point mode only)

Message if a radar signal is received or if there is a status change in the DFS scan

(only in Access Point mode)

Message if the channel bandwidth has changed (in Access Point mode only)

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Parameter wlan-auth-log ipcf-cycle-time ipcf-poll-size all logtable syslog email trap faults all

Description

Message if changes are made to the log file (in Client mode only)

Message if too many clients are logged on for the set iPCF cycle time or if some clients were not reached in one cycle

(only in access point mode and only available if supported by the device)

Message when the PNIO data size is too large for the transmission.

(only available if supported by the device)

All messages

Client that processes the logbook entries

Client that sends the messages to the log server

Client that sends the e-mails

Client that sends the SNMP traps

The device triggers an error. The error LED lights up.

All clients at once

Result

The setting deciding which messages of the device are not stored or forwarded is configured.

Further notes

You display the status of the events and the clients with the show events config

command.

You configure which of the various message types of the device will be stored or forwarded with the event config

command.

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11.1.16.6

Description severity

With this command, you configure the threshold values for the sending of system event notifications.

Requirement

Diagnostics

11.1 Diagnostics

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-events) #

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: severity { mail | log | syslog } { info | warning | critical }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter mail log syslog info warning critical

Description

Specifies the threshold value for sending system event messages by e-mail.

Specifies the threshold value for entering system event messages in the log table.

Specifies the threshold value for entering system event messages in the Syslog file.

System events are processed as of the severity level "

Information

".

System events are processed as of the severity level "

Warning

".

System events are processed as of the severity level "

Critical

".

Range of values / note

-

-

-

-

-

-

Result

The settings for sending system event messages are configured.

The "severity" function is enabled.

Further notes

You disable the setting with the no severity

command.

You display the status of this function and other information show events severity

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Description no severity

With this command, you disable the setting for the threshold values for the sending of system event notifications.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-events) #

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no severity { mail | log | syslog }

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter mail log syslog

Description

The setting of the threshold value for sending system event messages by email is disabled.

The setting of the threshold value for entering system event messages in the log table disabled.

The setting of the threshold value the entering event messages in the Syslog file is disabled.

Range of values / note

-

-

-

If you do not select any parameters from the parameter list, the default value is used.

Result

The settings for sending system event messages are configured.

Further notes

You enable the setting with the severity

command.

You display the status of this function and other information show events severity

.

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Description link

With this command, you configure and enable the monitoring of the physical network connections for cable breaks or for pulling of the connector.

Requirement

Diagnostics

11.1 Diagnostics

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: link {up|down}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters up down

Description

Only the establishment of a connection is signaled

Only a break on a connection is signaled

Range of values

-

-

Result

The settings for monitoring the physical network connections have been configured.

Further notes

You can display the current setting with the show events faults config

command.

You disable the function with the no link

command.

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Description no link

With this command, you disable the monitoring of the physical network connections for cable breaks or for pulling of the connector.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no link {up|down}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameters up down

Description Range of values

The message when establishing a connection is disabled -

The message when a connection is down is disabled -

Result

The settings for monitoring the physical network connections have been configured.

Further notes

You can display the current setting with the show events faults config

command.

You enable the function with the link

command.

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11.1.16.10 power

Description

With this command, you configure and activate the monitoring of the power supplies.

Depending on the hardware variant there are one or two power connectors (L 1 / L 2) and a

PoE power supply.

Note

This command is not available on the SCALANCE W786-2 SFP.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: power [{l1 | l2 | poe}]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter l1 l2 poe

Description

Monitoring of power supply 1

Monitoring of power supply 2

Monitoring of the PoE power supply

If you do not select any parameters from the parameter list, the default value "L1 and L2" is used.

Result

The setting for monitoring the power supplies is configured.

Further notes

You can display the current setting with the show events faults config

command.

You disable the function with the no power

command.

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11.1.16.11 no power

Description

With this command, you disable the monitoring of the power supplies. Depending on the hardware variant there are one or two power connectors (L 1 / L 2) and a PoE power supply.

Note

This command is not available on the SCALANCE W786-2 SFP.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: no power [{l1 | l2 | poe}}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter l1 l2 poe

Description

No monitoring of power supply 1

No monitoring of power supply 2

No monitoring of the PoE power supply.

If you do not select any parameters from the parameter list, the default value "L1 and L2" is used.

Result

The setting for monitoring the power supplies is configured.

Further notes

You can display the current setting with the show events faults config

command.

You enable the function with the power

command.

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11.1.16.12 power pnio redundancy

Description

With the following devices, you can also configure which power supply will be monitored by

PNIO:

● SCALANCE W788-x (RJ-45 variants)

● SCALANCE W748-1 RJ-45

● SCALANCE W774-1 (RJ-45 and M12 variant)

● SCALANCE W734-1 RJ-45

Requirement

Diagnostics

11.1 Diagnostics

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: power pnio redundancy {all | l1-l2 | l1-poe | l2-poe}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter all l1-l2 l1-poe l2-poe

Description

Monitoring of all power supply connectors by PNIO.

Monitoring of the power supply connectors L1 and L2 by PNIO.

Monitoring of the power supply connectors L1 and PoE by PNIO.

Monitoring of the power supply connectors L2 and PoE by PNIO.

Result

Monitoring of the power supply by PNIO is configured.

Further notes

You can display the current setting with the show events faults config

command.

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11.1.16.13 send test mail

Description

With this command, you send an e-mail according to the currently configured SMTP settings.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: send test mail

Result

An e-mail according to the currently configured SMTP settings is sent.

Further notes

You can display the current SMTP settings with the show events smtp-server

command.

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11.2 Syslog client

With the commands in this section, the following settings are configured:

● Transfer of the messages to the Syslog server

● Local buffering and storage of messages

● Receipt and forwarding of messages from other devices (relay mode)

Diagnostics

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11.2.1

Description show events syslogserver

This command shows the entries of the configured Syslog server.

Requirement

You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli>

or cli#

Syntax

Call the command without parameters: show events syslogserver

Result

The entries of the configured Syslog server are displayed.

11.2.2 Commands in the Events configuration mode

This section describes commands that you can call up in the EVENTS configuration mode.

In the Global configuration mode, enter the events

command to change to this mode.

Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.

● If you exit the EVENTS configuration mode with the exit

command, you return to the

Global configuration mode.

● If you exit the EVENTS configuration mode with the end

command, you return to the

Privileged EXEC mode.

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11.2 Syslog client

11.2.2.1

Description syslogserver

With this command, you configure the Syslog server address.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-events) #

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: syslogserver {ipv4 <ucast_addr> | fqdn-name <FQDN(100)>} [<port(1-65535)>]

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 ucast_addr fqdn-name

FQDN(100) port

Description

Keyword for an IP address

Syslog server IPv4 Address

Keyword for a domain name

Domain name (Fully Qualified Domain

Name)

Serverport

Range of values / note

-

Enter a valid IPv4 address.

-

Maximum of 100 characters

1 .. 65535

Default: 514

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

If you do not select any parameters from the parameter list, the default value is used.

Result

The settings for the Syslog server are configured.

Further notes

You disable the setting with the no syslogserver

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show events config command.

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Description no syslogserver

With this command, you configure the Syslog server address.

Requirement

You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.

The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-events) #

Diagnostics

11.2 Syslog client

Syntax

Call up the command with the following parameters: syslogserver {ipv4 <ucast_addr> | fqdn-name <FQDN(100)>}

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter ipv4 ucast_addr fqdn-name

FQDN(100)

Description

Keyword for an IP address

Syslog server IPv4 Address

Keyword for a domain name

Domain name (Fully Qualified Domain

Name)

Range of values / note

-

Enter a valid IPv4 address.

-

Maximum of 100 characters

For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 29)".

Result

The settings for the Syslog server are disabled.

Further notes

You enable the setting with the syslogserver

command.

You can display the status of this function and other information with the show events config command.

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A

Access point

no vap broadcast ssid, 231

no vap communication with ethernet, 451

no vap communication with other-vaps, 449

no vap communication with own-vap, 447

no vap security encryption, 443

no vap wds-only, 233

no wlan data rates-11n selected only, 200

no wlan force roaming eth-down, 211

no wlan ipcf pnio-support, 113

no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator, 415

no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

primary, 420

show client-list, 158

show client-list-vap, 159

show spanning-tree l2t-edge, 266

show wlan ap, 153

show wlan data rates, 160

show wlan overlap-ap-list, 162

show wlan vap, 166

show wlan wds, 167

show wlan wds-list, 168

vap broadcast ssid, 230

vap communication with ethernet, 450

vap communication with other-vaps, 448

vap communication with own-vap, 446

vap security authentication, 438

vap security cipher, 439

vap security default-key, 441

vap security encryption, 442

vap security wpa-group-key-update-interval, 444

vap security wpa-psk-passphrase, 445

vap ssid, 228

vap wds id, 227

vap wds only, 232

wds connection over, 237

wds partner id-type, 234

wds partner mac, 235

wds partner wds id, 236

wlan alternative channel, 178

wlan beacon interval, 193

wlan channel, 194

wlan data rate-11abg, 201

wlan data rate-11n, 202

wlan data rates-11abg selected only, 197, 204

B

base bridge mode, 248

C

clear authlog, 471

clear counters, 48

clear line vty, 50

wlan data rates-11n selected only, 199, 205

wlan dtim, 208

wlan force roaming eth-down, 210

wlan frequency band, 213

wlan guard interval, 215

wlan ht channel, 216

wlan ipcf cycle-time, 114

wlan ipcf pnio-support, 112

wlan ipcf scan-mode, 115

wlan ipcf signal-quality-threshold, 116

wlan ipcf-mc cycle-time, 121

wlan mode, 219

wlan overlap-ap aging, 224

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator, 414

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address, 416

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator max-

retransmit, 417

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator port-

number, 418

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary, 419

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-

interval, 421

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-

mode, 422

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator shared-

secret, 423

add log, 474

AeroScout

Configuration, 126

alias, 62

no alias, 63

allowed address, 452

no allowed address, 453

authorized-manager ip-source, 460

no authorized-manager ip-source, 462

auto-save, 89

no auto-save, 90

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clear logbook, 471

clear screen, 32

clear spanning-tree counters, 269

clear wlan statistics, 169

CLI commands

Symbolic representation, 28

cli-console-timeout, 58

no cli-console-timeout, 59

Client

nat, 394, 395, 396

nat interface, 399

nat timeout, 401

no nat, 397

no nat timeout, 402

no password, 82

no wlan any ssid, 190

no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate, 430

no wlan security encryption, 436

password, 81

show nat, 393

show wlan available-ap-list, 155

show wlan client, 157

show wlan security server-cert, 411

show wlan security user-cert, 412

show wlan ssid-table, 164

wlan any ssid, 189

wlan background scan interval, 191

wlan background scan mode, 192

wlan client mac address, 196

wlan client mac mode, 195

wlan frequency band, 214

wlan ipcf-mc mgmt-scan-period, 122

wlan mode, 220

wlan roaming threshold, 225

wlan security authentication, 425

wlan security cipher, 427

wlan security default-key, 428

wlan security dot1x, 431

wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate, 429

wlan security dot1x password, 433

wlan security dot1x username, 432

wlan security encryption, 435

wlan security wpa-psk-passphrase, 437

wlan signal-recorder start, 105, 107, 108

wlan signal-recorder stop, 106

wlan ssid-table edit, 209

commit mode, 172

commit wlan-settings, 173

configure terminal, 49

coordinates height, 54 coordinates latitude, 54

coordinates longitude, 55

country, 174

D

dcp forwarding, 320

dcp server, 311

no dcp server, 312

delete, 77

device mode, 171

digital output closed, 103

digital output open, 102

disable, 50

do, 32

duplex, 64

no duplex, 65

E

enable, 51

end, 33

event config, 477

no event config, 479

events, 473

exit, 33

F

factoryclean, 96

fault counter, 468

fault report ack, 472

G

Glossary, 21

H

help, 34

I

instance, 296

no instance, 297

interface, 56

no interface, 57

ip address, 317, 319

no ip address, 318

ip dhcp client mode, 325

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ip dhcp config-file-request, 323

no ip dhcp config-file-request, 324

ip dhcp-server, 328 no ip dhcp-server, 328

ip dhcp-server icmp-probe, 329

no ip dhcp-server icmp-probe, 330

ip dhcp-server pool

no ip dhcp-server pool, 331

ip dhcp-server pool, 330

ip domain lookup, 313 no ip domain lookup, 313

ip domain used server, 315

ip echo-reply, 308

no ip echo-reply, 309

ip http, 381

no ip http, 382

ip name server, 314

no ip name server, 315

ip route, 310 no ip route, 310

L

lease time, 332

link, 483

no link, 484

lldp, 65

no lldp, 66

load tftp, 74

loadsave, 75

logout, 52

M

mac-address-table aging, 245 no mac-address-table aging, 245

mac-address-table aging-time, 392

mgmt vlan, 249

mtu, 68

negotiation, 67

no negotiation, 68

network, 333

no sinema, 92

no snmp filterprofile, 357

no wlan ipcf pnio-support, 113

ntp, 137

ntp server, 138

no ntp server, 139

ntp time diff, 140

O

option, 335

no option, 337

option value-hex, 336

option value-string, 337 no option, 337, 337

P

password, 81

no password, 82

ping, 52

plug, 95

pool-enable, 338

no pool-enable, 339

ports, 258

no ports, 260

power, 485

no power, 486

R

renew dhcp, 321

restart, 84

revision, 299

no revision, 300

N

name, 257, 298 no name, 258, 298

nat, 394, 395, 396

no nat, 397

nat interface, 399

no nat interface, 400

nat local ip address, 398

nat timeout, 401

no nat timeout, 402

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save filetype, 73

Scope of the manual, 17

send test mail, 379, 488

sender mail-address, 376 no sender mail-address, 376

set-interface, 340

severity, 481

no severity, 482

show allowed addresses, 413

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Index

show authlog, 465

show authorized-managers, 459

show cli-console-timeout, 40 show coordinates, 40

show dcp forwarding, 302

show dcp server, 303

show device information, 41

show digital input, 100

show digital output, 101

show dot1d mac-address-table, 238

show dst info, 130

show events config, 466

show events faults config, 467

show events faults status, 468

show events sender email, 372

show events severity, 466

show events smtp-port, 373

show events smtp-server, 372

show events syslogserver, 489

show history, 38

show in, 42

show interface mtu, 44

show interfaces, 42

show interfaces ... counters, 43

show ip arp, 385

show ip dhcp client, 322 show ip dhcp client stats, 322

show ip dhcp server pools, 326

show ip dhcp-server bindings, 327

show ip dns, 304

show ip dns cache, 305

show ip dns name server, 306 show ip dns statistics, 306

show ip http secure server status, 383

show ip http server status, 380

show ip interface, 45

show ip route, 303

show ip ssh, 386

show ip telnet, 304

show lldp neighbors, 46

show lldp status, 47

show loadsave files, 72

show loadsave tftp, 73

show logbook, 469

show mac-address-table, 239

show mac-address-table aging-status, 391

show mac-address-table aging-time, 390

show mac-address-table count, 240

show mac-address-table dynamic unicast, 241

show nat, 393

show ntp info, 136

show plug, 94

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show pnio, 46

show power-line-state, 469

show rmon, 470

show running-config, 86

show sinema, 91

show snmp, 343

show snmp community, 344 show snmp engineID, 344

show snmp filter, 345 show snmp group, 345

show snmp group access, 346 show snmp inform statistics, 346

show snmp notif, 347 show snmp targetaddr, 347

show snmp targetparam, 348 show snmp user, 348

show snmp viewtree, 349

show sntp broadcast-mode status, 141 show sntp status, 141

show sntp unicast-mode status, 142

show spanning-tree, 262

show spanning-tree active, 263 show spanning-tree bridge, 263

show spanning-tree detail, 264

show spanning-tree interface, 265

show spanning-tree l2t-edge, 266 show spanning-tree mst configuration, 266

show spanning-tree mst interface, 267

show spanning-tree root, 268

show ssid table, 164

show ssl server-cert, 384

show time, 130

show users, 407

show versions, 47

show vlan, 242 show vlan device info, 242

show vlan learning params, 243

show vlan port config, 244

show web-session-timeout, 97

show wlan advanced, 149

show wlan advanced-11n, 154

show wlan aeroscout, 126

show wlan allowed channels, 151

show wlan antennas, 152

show wlan ap, 153

show wlan available-ap-list, 155 show wlan basic, 155

show wlan client, 157

show wlan client-list, 158

show wlan client-list-vap, 159

show wlan data rates, 160

show wlan device, 161

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show wlan ipcf, 110, 118

show wlan ip-mapping, 169

show wlan iref, 123

show wlan overlap-ap-list, 162 show wlan overview, 162

show wlan security, 408

show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator, 410

show wlan security keys, 411 show wlan security server-cert, 411

show wlan security user-cert, 412

show wlan signal-recorder, 104

show wlan statistics, 165

show wlan vap, 166

show wlan wds, 167

show wlan wds-list, 168

shutdown complete, 69

no shutdown, 70

SIMATIC NET glossary, 21

sinema, 91

smtp-port, 377

no smtp-port, 378

smtp-server, 374

no smtp-server, 375

snmp

client config, 474

no client config, 476

snmp access, 351

no snmp access, 353

snmp agent version, 350

snmp community index, 354

no snmp community index, 355 snmp filterprofile, 355

snmp group, 357

no snmp group, 359

snmp notify, 360

no snmp notify, 361 snmp targetaddr, 361

no snmp targetaddr, 363

snmp targetparams, 364

no snmp targetparams, 366

snmp user, 368

no snmp user, 369

snmp v1-v2 readonly, 366

no snmp v1-v2 readonly, 367

snmp view, 369

no snmp view, 371

snmpagent, 349

no snmpagent, 350

sntp, 143

sntp client addressing-mode, 147

sntp time diff, 144

sntp unicast-server, 145

no sntp unicast-server, 146

spanning-tree, 270

no spanning-tree, 271

spanning-tree (properties), 285

no spanning-tree, 287

spanning-tree (time settings), 282

no spanning-tree, 283

spanning-tree auto-edge, 288

no spanning-tree auto-edge, 289 spanning-tree bpdufilter, 289

spanning-tree bpdu-receive, 290

spanning-tree bpdu-transmit, 291

spanning-tree compatibility, 271

no spanning-tree compatibility, 272

spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge, 273

no spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge, 274 spanning-tree l2t-edge, 274

no spanning-tree l2t-edge, 275

spanning-tree mst (properties), 291

no spanning-tree mst, 293

spanning-tree mst configuration, 276

spanning-tree mst hello-time, 294

no spanning-tree mst hello-time, 295

spanning-tree mst instance-id root, 276

no spanning-tree mst instance-id root, 277

spanning-tree mst max-hops, 278

no spanning-tree mst max-hops, 279

spanning-tree priority, 280

no spanning-tree priority, 281

speed, 71

ssh-server, 387

no ssh-server, 388

static-lease mac, 341

no static-lease, 342

switchport acceptable-frame-type, 250

switchport access vlan, 251 no switchport access vlan, 251

switchport ingress-filter, 252

no switchport ingress-filter, 253

switchport priority default, 254 no switchport priority default, 254

switchport pvid, 255

no switchport pvid, 256

syslogserver, 490

no syslogserver, 491

system contact, 59

system location, 60

system name, 61

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T

telnet-server, 307

no telnet-server, 308

tftp filename, 78

tftp load, 79 tftp save, 79

tftp server, 80

Downloading, 74

Saving, 73

time, 131

time dst date, 133

no time dst, 135

time dst recurring, 134

time set, 132

U

username, 61

V

vap block gratuitous arp, 456 no vap block gratuitous arp, 456

vap broadcast ssid, 230

no vap broadcast ssid, 231

vap communication with allowed-addresses only, 454

no vap communication with allowed-addresses

only, 455

vap communication with ethernet, 450

no vap communication with ethernet, 451

vap communication with other-vaps, 448

no vap communication with other-vaps, 449

vap communication with own-vap, 446

no vap communication with own-vap, 446, 447

vap inter-ap-blocking block non-ip-traffic, 457

no vap inter-ap-blocking block non-ip-traffic, 458

vap inter-ap-blocking refresh time, 424

vap security authentication, 438

vap security cipher, 439

vap security default-key, 441

vap security encryption, 442

no vap security encryption, 443

vap security wpa-group-key-update-interval), 444

vap security wpa-psk-passphrase, 445

vap ssid, 228

vap wds id, 227

vap wds only, 232

no vap wds only, 233

vlan, 246

no vlan, 247

W

wds connection over, 237

wds partner id-type, 234

wds partner mac (access point), 235

wds partner wds id, 236

web-session-timeout, 98

no web-session-timeout, 99

whoami, 406

wlan, 170

wlan aeroscout, 128 no wlan aeroscout, 128

wlan allowed channels, 175

wlan allowed channels only, 176

no wlan allowed channels only, 177

wlan alternative channel, 178

wlan ampdu, 179

no wlan ampdu, 180

wlan ampdu bytes-limit, 181

wlan ampdu frames-limit, 182

wlan antenna additional-attenuation, 183

wlan antenna cable-length, 184

wlan antenna gain-2-4GHz, 185

wlan antenna gain-5GHz, 186

wlan antenna mode, 187

wlan antenna type, 186

wlan any ssid, 189

no wlan any ssid, 190

wlan background scan interval, 191

wlan background scan mode, 192

wlan beacon interval, 193

wlan channel (access point), 194

wlan client mac address, 196

wlan client mac mode, 195

WLAN Configuration mode, 170

wlan data rate-11abg, 201

wlan data rate-11n, 202

wlan data rates-11abg selected only, 197, 204

no wlan data rates-11abg selected only, 198

wlan data rates-11n selected only, 199, 205

no wlan data rates-11n selected only, 200

wlan dfs, 206

no wlan dfs, 207

wlan dtim, 208

wlan force roaming eth-down, 210

no wlan force roaming eth-down, 211

wlan fragmentation threshold, 212

wlan frequency band, 213, 214

wlan guard interval, 215

wlan ht channel, 216

wlan hw entries, 217

wlan ipcf, 111, 119, 124

no wlan ipcf, 112, 120

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wlan ipcf cycle-time, 114

wlan ipcf pnio-support, 112, 113

wlan ipcf scan-mode, 115

wlan ipcf signal-quality-threshold, 116

wlan ipcf-mc cycle-time, 121

wlan ipcf-mc mgmt-scan-period, 122

wlan iref

no wlan iref, 125

wlan max tx-power, 218

wlan mode, 219, 220

wlan outdoor, 222

no wlan outdoor, 223

wlan overlap-ap aging, 224

wlan roaming threshold, 225

wlan rts-cts threshold, 226

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator, 414

no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator, 415

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address, 416

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator max-

retransmit, 417

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator port-number, 418

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary, 419

no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator

primary, 420

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-

interval, 421

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-mode, 422

wlan security ap-radius-authenticator shared-

secret, 423

wlan security authentication, 425

wlan security cipher, 427

wlan security default-key, 428

wlan security dot1x, 431

wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate, 429

no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate, 430

wlan security dot1x password, 433

wlan security dot1x username, 432

wlan security edit key, 434

wlan security encryption, 435

no wlan security encryption, 436

wlan security wpa-psk-passphrase, 437

wlan signal-recorder display, 107, 108

wlan signal-recorder start, 105

wlan signal-recorder stop, 106

wlan ssid-table edit, 209

write, 96

write startup-config, 88

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