Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Command Reference, Release 3.2
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Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Command Reference

Table Of Contents

Cisco Wireless LAN Controller
Command Reference

Using the ? command

Using the Help Command

Viewing Configurations

show 802.11a

show 802.11b

show 802.11h

show acl

show acl cpu

SHOW ADVANCED 802.11A COMMANDS

Show advanced 802.11a channel

show advanced 802.11a group

show advanced 802.11a logging

show advanced 802.11a monitor

show advanced 802.11a profile

show advanced 802.11a receiver

show advanced 802.11a summary

show advanced 802.11a txpower

SHOW ADVANCED 802.11B COMMANDS

show advanced 802.11b channel

show advanced 802.11b group

show advanced 802.11b logging

show advanced 802.11b monitor

show advanced 802.11b profile

show advanced 802.11b receiver

show advanced 802.11b summary

show advanced 802.11b txpower

show advanced client-handoff

show advanced eap

show advanced max-1x-sessions

show advanced probe-limit

show advanced rate

show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff

show advanced statistics

show advanced timers

SHOW AP COMMANDS

show ap auto-rf

show ap bmode

show ap bhrate

show ap config

show ap core-dump

show ap crash-file

show ap stats

show ap summary

show ap wlan

show arp switch

show auth-list

show boot

SHOW CERTIFICATE COMMANDS

show certificate compatibility

show certificate summary

SHOW CLIENT COMMANDS

show client ap

show client detail

show client summary

show client username

show country

show cpu

show custom-web

show database summary

show debug

show dhcp

show dhcp proxy

show eventlog

show exclusionlist

show ike

show interface

show inventory

show ipsec

show known ap

show l2tp

show load-balancing

show location summary

show loginsession

show macfilter

SHOW MESH COMMANDS

show mesh linkrate

show mesh neigh

show mesh path

show mesh stats

show mesh summary

show mgmtuser

SHOW MOBILITY COMMANDS

show mobility anchor

show mobility statistics

show mobility summary

show msglog

show nac statistics

show nac summary

show netuser

show network

show pmk-cache

show port

show qos queue_length all

SHOW RADIUS COMMANDS

show radius acct statistics

show radius auth statistics

show radius rfc3576 statistics

show radius summary

SHOW RFID COMMANDS

show rfid config

show rfid detail

show rfid summary

SHOW ROGUE ADHOC COMMANDS

show rogue adhoc detailed

show rogue adhoc summary

SHOW ROGUE AP COMMANDS

show rogue ap clients

show rogue ap detailed

show rogue ap summary

SHOW ROGUE CLIENT COMMANDS

show rogue client detailed

show rogue client summary

show route summary

show rules

show run-config

show serial

show sessions

show snmpcommunity

show snmptrap

show snmpv3user

show snmpversion

show spanningtree port

show spanningtree switch

SHOW STATS COMMANDS

show stats port

show stats switch

show switchconfig

show sysinfo

show syslog

show tech-support

show time

show trapflags

show traplog

show watchlist

show wlan

show wps

Setting Configurations

CONFIG 802.11A COMMANDS

config 802.11a antenna extAntGain

config 802.11a antenna diversity

config 802.11a antenna mode

config 802.11a antenna selection

config 802.11a beaconperiod

config 802.11a channel

config 802.11a disable

config 802.11a dtim

config 802.11a dtpc

config 802.11a enable

config 802.11a fragmentation

config 802.11a pico-cell

config 802.11a rate

config 802.11a txPower

CONFIG 802.11B COMMANDS

config 802.11b 11gSupport

config 802.11b antenna diversity

config 802.11b antenna extAntGain

config 802.11b antenna selection

config 802.11b beaconperiod

config 802.11b channel

config 802.11b disable

config 802.11b dtim

config 802.11b dtpc

config 802.11b enable

config 802.11b fragmentation

config 802.11b pico-cell

config 802.11b preamble

config 802.11b rate

config 802.11b txPower

CONFIG 802.11h COMMANDS

config 802.11h channelswitch

config 802.11h powerconstraint

config 802.11h setchannel

config acl apply

config acl create

config acl cpu

config acl delete

config acl rule

CONFIG ADVANCED 802.11A COMMANDS

config advanced 802.11a channel foreign

config advanced 802.11a channel load

config advanced 802.11a channel noise

config advanced 802.11a channel update

config advanced 802.11a factory

config advanced 802.11a group-mode

config advanced 802.11a logging channel

config advanced 802.11a logging coverage

config advanced 802.11a logging foreign

config advanced 802.11a logging load

config advanced 802.11a logging noise

config advanced 802.11a logging performance

config advanced 802.11a logging txpower

config advanced 802.11a monitor channel-list

config advanced 802.11a monitor coverage

config advanced 802.11a monitor load

config advanced 802.11a monitor mode

config advanced 802.11a monitor noise

config advanced 802.11a monitor signal

config advanced 802.11a profile clients

config advanced 802.11a profile coverage

config advanced 802.11a profile customize

config advanced 802.11a profile exception

config advanced 802.11a profile foreign

config advanced 802.11a profile level

config advanced 802.11a profile noise

config advanced 802.11a profile throughput

config advanced 802.11a profile utilization

config advanced 802.11a receiver

config advanced 802.11a txpower-update

CONFIG ADVANCED 802.11B COMMANDS

config advanced 802.11b 7920VSIEConfig

config advanced 802.11b channel foreign

config advanced 802.11b channel load

config advanced 802.11b channel noise

config advanced 802.11b channel update

config advanced 802.11b factory

config advanced 802.11b group-mode

config advanced 802.11b logging channel

config advanced 802.11b logging coverage

config advanced 802.11b logging foreign

config advanced 802.11b logging load

config advanced 802.11b logging noise

config advanced 802.11b logging performance

config advanced 802.11b logging txpower

config advanced 802.11b monitor channel-list

config advanced 802.11b monitor coverage

config advanced 802.11b monitor load

config advanced 802.11b monitor mode

config advanced 802.11b monitor noise

config advanced 802.11b monitor signal

config advanced 802.11b profile clients

config advanced 802.11b profile coverage

config advanced 802.11b profile customize

config advanced 802.11b profile exception

config advanced 802.11b profile foreign

config advanced 802.11b profile level

config advanced 802.11b profile noise

config advanced 802.11b profile throughput

config advanced 802.11b profile utilization

config advanced 802.11b receiver

config advanced 802.11b txpower-update

config advanced client-handoff

config advanced statistics

CONFIG ADVANCED TIMERS COMMANDS

config advanced timers ap-discovery-timeout

config advanced timers ap-heartbeat-timeout

config advanced timers auth-timeout

config advanced timers eap-timeout

config advanced timers eap-identity-request-delay

CONFIG AP COMMANDS

config ap add

config ap bhmode

config ap bhrate

config ap bridgegroupname

config ap bridging

config ap core-dump

config ap crash-file clear-all

config ap crash-file delete

config ap crash-file get-crash-file

config ap crash-file get-radio-core-dump

config ap delete

config ap disable

config ap enable

config ap group-name

config ap led-state

config ap location

config ap mode

config ap name

config ap port

config ap power injector

config ap power pre-standard

config ap primary-base

config ap remote-debug

config ap reporting-period

config ap reset

config ap role

config ap rst-button

config ap secondary-base

config ap sniff 802.11a

config ap sniff 802.11b

config ap static-ip

config ap stats-timer

config ap tertiary-base

config ap tftp-downgrade

config ap wlan

config ap username

config auth-list add

config auth-list ap-policy

config auth-list delete

config boot

config certificate

config client deauthenticate

config country

config custom-web ext-webauth-mode

config custom-web ext-webauth-url

config custom-web ext-webserver

config custom-web redirectUrl

config custom-web weblogo

config custom-web webmessage

config custom-web webtitle

config database size

config dhcp

config dhcp proxy

config exclusionlist

CONFIG INTERFACE COMMANDS

config interface acl

config interface address

config interface ap-manager

config interface create

config interface delete

config interface dhcp

config interface hostname

config interface port

config interface vlan

config known ap

config load-balancing

config location add

config location delete

config location description

config location disable

config location enable

config location interface-mapping

config loginsession close

CONFIG MACFILTER COMMANDS

config macfilter add

config macfilter delete

config macfilter description

config macfilter ip-address

config macfilter interface

config macfilter mac-delimiter

config macfilter radius-compat

config macfilter wlan-id

CONFIG MGMTUSER COMMANDS

config mgmtuser add

config mgmtuser delete

config mgmtuser description

config mgmtuser password

CONFIG MOBILITY COMMANDS

config mobility group anchor

config mobility group domain

config mobility group member

config mobility secure-mode

config mobility statistics reset

CONFIG MSGLOG LEVEL COMMANDS

config msglog level critical

config msglog level error

config msglog level security

config msglog level verbose

config msglog level warning

config nac acl

config nac add

config nac delete

config nac disable

config nac enable

CONFIG NETUSER COMMANDS

config netuser add

config netuser delete

config netuser description

config netuser maxUserLogin

config netuser password

config netuser wlan-id

CONFIG NETWORK COMMANDS

config network allow-old-bridge-aps

config network ap-fallback

config network apple-talk

config network arptimeout

config network arpunicast

config network bridging-shared-secret

config network fast-ssid-change

config network master-base

config network mgmt-via-wireless

config network multicast

config network otap-mode

config network peer-blocking

config network rf-network-name

config network secureweb

config network ssh

config network telnet

config network usertimeout

config network web-auth-port

config network webmode

config network zero-config

config pmk-cache delete

CONFIG PORT COMMANDS

config port adminmode

config port autoneg

config port linktrap

config port multicast appliance

config port physicalmode

config port power

config prompt

config qos queue_length

CONFIG RADIUS ACCT COMMANDS

config radius acct add

config radius acct delete

config radius acct disable

config radius acct enable

config radius acct network

config radius acct ipsec authentication

config radius acct ipsec disable

config radius acct ipsec enable

config radius acct ipsec encryption

config radius acct ipsec ike

config radius acct retransmit-timeout

CONFIG RADIUS AUTH COMMANDS

config radius auth add

config radius auth delete

config radius auth disable

config radius auth enable

config radius auth ipsec authentication

config radius auth ipsec disable

config radius auth ipsec enable

config radius auth ipsec encryption

config radius auth ipsec ike

config radius auth management

config radius auth network

config radius auth retransmit-timeout

config radius auth rfc3576

config radius backward compatibility

config radius callStationIdType

config rfid auto-timeout

config rfid status

config rfid timeout

config rogue adhoc

config rogue ap

config rogue client

config route add

config route delete

CONFIG SERIAL COMMANDS

config serial baudrate

config serial timeout

CONFIG SESSIONS COMMANDS

config sessions maxsessions

config sessions timeout

CONFIG SNMP COMMUNITY COMMANDS

config snmp community accessmode

config snmp community create

config snmp community delete

config snmp community ipaddr

config snmp community mode

config snmp syscontact

config snmp syslocation

CONFIG SNMP TRAPRECEIVER COMMANDS

config snmp trapreceiver create

config snmp trapreceiver delete

config snmp trapreceiver mode

CONFIG SNMP V3USER COMMANDS

config snmp v3user create

config snmp v3user delete

config snmp version

CONFIG SPANNINGTREE PORT COMMANDS

config spanningtree port mode

config spanningtree port pathcost

config spanningtree port priority

CONFIG SPANNINGTREE SWITCH COMMANDS

config spanningtree switch bridgepriority

config spanningtree switch forwarddelay

config spanningtree switch hellotime

config spanningtree switch maxage

config spanningtree switch mode

CONFIG SWITCHCONFIG COMMANDS

config switchconfig flowcontrol

config switchconfig mode

config syslog

config sysname

config time manual

config time ntp

config time timezone

CONFIG TRAPFLAGS COMMANDS

config trapflags 802.11-Security

config trapflags aaa

config trapflags ap

config trapflags authentication

config trapflags client

config trapflags configsave

config trapflags ipsec

config trapflags linkmode

config trapflags multiusers

config trapflags rogueap

config trapflags rrm-params

config trapflags rrm-profile

config trapflags stpmode

config trapflags wps

CONFIG WATCHLIST COMMANDS

config watchlist add

config watchlist delete

config watchlist disable

config watchlist enable

CONFIG WIRELESS LAN COMMANDS

config wlan 7920-support

config wlan 802.11e

config wlan aaa-override

config wlan broadcast-ssid

config wlan create

config wlan delete

config wlan dhcp_server

config wlan disable

config wlan enable

config wlan exclusionlist

config wlan interface

config wlan IPv6Support

config wlan mac-filtering

config wlan mobility

config wlan qos

config wlan radio

config wlan radius_server

CONFIG WIRELESS LAN SECURITY COMMANDS

config wlan security 802.1X

config wlan security cranite

config wlan security fortress

config wlan security ipsec disable

config wlan security ipsec enable

config wlan security ipsec authentication

config wlan security ipsec encryption

config wlan security ipsec config

config wlan security ipsec ike authentication

config wlan security ipsec ike dh-group

config wlan security ipsec ike lifetime

config wlan security ipsec ike phase1

config wlan security ipsec ike contivity

config wlan security passthru

config wlan security static-wep-key authentication

config wlan security static-wep-key disable

config wlan security static-wep-key enable

config wlan security static-wep-key encryption

config wlan security web-auth

config wlan security web-passthrough acl

config wlan security web-passthrough disable

config wlan security web-passthrough email-input

config wlan security web-passthrough enable

config wlan security wpa1 disable

config wlan security wpa1 enable

config wlan security wpa1 pre-shared-key

config wlan security wpa2 disable

config wlan security wpa2 enable

config wlan security wpa2 pre-shared-key

config wlan security wpa2 tkip

config wlan security wpa2 wpa-compat

config wlan timeout

config wlan wmm

Saving Configurations

save config

Clearing Configurations, Logfiles, and Other Actions

clear ap-config

clear arp

clear config

clear stats mobility

clear stats port

clear stats switch

clear redirect-url

clear transfer

clear traplog

clear webimage

clear webmessage

clear webtitle

clear ext-webauth-url

Uploading and Downloading Files and Configurations

transfer download certpassword

transfer download datatype

transfer download filename

transfer download mode

transfer download path

transfer download serverip

transfer download start

transfer download tftpPktTimeout

transfer download tftpMaxRetries

transfer encrypt

transfer upload datatype

transfer upload filename

transfer upload mode

transfer upload path

transfer upload serverip

transfer upload start

Troubleshooting

debug aaa

debug airewave-director

debug arp

debug bcast

debug crypto

debug dhcp

debug disable-all

debug dot11

debug dot1x

debug l2age

debug lwapp

debug mac

debug mobility

debug nac

debug ntp

debug pem

debug pm

debug poe

debug rbcp

debug snmp

debug transfer

debug wcp

debug wps


Cisco Wireless LAN Controller
Command Reference


The Cisco Wireless LAN Solution command line interface (CLI) enables operators to connect an ASCII console to the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller and configure the controller and its associated access points.

This document covers the commands available in the Cisco CLI release 4.0 on all the controllers listed in the Compatibility Matrix in Appendix A. This compatibility matrix allows the user to determine what commands operate on any individual controller. The controllers currently covered include:

WiSM

4400 series

WLCM

This chapter contains the following sections:

Using the ? command

Using the Help Command

Viewing Configurations

Setting Configurations

Clearing Configurations, Logfiles, and Other Actions

Uploading and Downloading Files and Configurations

Troubleshooting

Using the ? command

To display all of the commands in your current level of the command tree, or to display more information about a particular command, use the ? command.

?

command name ?

When you enter a command information request, put a space between command name and ?.

Examples

The following command shows you all the commands and levels available from the root level.

?
 
   
clear          Clear selected configuration elements.
config         Configure switch options and settings.
debug          Manages system debug options.
help           Help
linktest       Perform a link test to a specified MAC address.
logout         Exit this session. Any unsaved changes are lost.
ping           Send ICMP echo packets to a specified IP address.
reset          Reset options.
save           Save switch configurations.
show           Display switch options and settings.
transfer       Transfer a file to or from the switch.
 
   

The following command shows you that datatype is the only entry at the transfer download level:

> transfer download d?
datatype

The following command shows you the permissible entries for the transfer download datatype command:

> transfer download datatype ?
 
   
config         Download Configuration File.
code           Download an executable image to the system.
image          Download a web page logo to the system.
signature      Download a signature file to the system.
webadmincert   Download a certificate for web administration to the system.
webauthcert    Download a web certificate for web portal to the system.
 
   

Using the Help Command

To look up keyboard commands, use the help command at the root level.

help

Examples

> help
 
   
HELP:
Special keys:
  DEL, BS... delete previous character
  Ctrl-A  .... go to beginning of line
  Ctrl-E  .... go to end of line
  Ctrl-F  .... go forward one character
  Ctrl-B  .... go backward one character
  Ctrl-D  .... delete current character
  Ctrl-U, X. delete to beginning of line
  Ctrl-K  .... delete to end of line
  Ctrl-W  .... delete previous word
  Ctrl-T  .... transpose previous character
  Ctrl-P  .... go to previous line in history buffer
  Ctrl-N  .... go to next line in history buffer
  Ctrl-Z  .... return to root command prompt
  Tab, <SPACE> command-line completion
  Exit    .... go to next lower command prompt
  ?       .... list choices

Viewing Configurations

To view Cisco Wireless LAN controller options and settings, use the show commands.

show 802.11a

To display basic 802.11a options and settings, use the show 802.11a command.

show 802.11a

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

802.11a

802.11a configurations.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show 802.11a
 
   
802.11a Network................................. Enabled
       802.11a Low Band......................... Enabled
       802.11a Mid Band......................... Enabled
       802.11a High Band........................ Enabled
802.11a Operational Rates
     802.11a 6M Rate............................ Mandatory
     802.11a 9M Rate............................ Supported
     802.11a 12M Rate........................... Mandatory
     802.11a 18M Rate........................... Supported
     802.11a 24M Rate........................... Mandatory
     802.11a 36M Rate........................... Supported
     802.11a 48M Rate........................... Supported
     802.11a 54M Rate........................... Supported
Beacon Interval................................. 100
CF Pollable mandatory........................... Disabled
CF Poll Request mandatory....................... Disabled
CFP Period...................................... 4
CFP Maximum Duration............................ 100
Default Channel................................. 36
Default Tx Power Level.......................... 1
DTPC Status..................................... Enabled
DTIM Period..................................... 10
Fragmentation Threshold......................... 2346
Long Retry Limit................................ 4
Maximum Rx Life Time............................ 512
Max Tx MSDU Life Time........................... 512
Medium Occupancy Limit.......................... 100
Pico-Cell Status................................ Disabled
RTS Threshold................................... 2347
Short Retry Limit............................... 7
TI Threshold.................................... -50

Related Commands

show 802.11b, show advanced 802.11a channel, show advanced 802.11a group, show advanced 802.11a logging, show advanced 802.11a monitor, show advanced 802.11a power, show advanced 802.11a profile, show advanced 802.11a summary

show 802.11b

To display basic 802.11b/g options and settings, use the show 802.11b command.

show 802.11b

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

802.11b

802.11b/g configurations.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show 802.11b
 
   
802.11b Network.................................. Enabled
11gSupport....................................... Enabled
802.11b/g Operational Rates
    802.11b/g 1M Rate............................ Mandatory
    802.11b/g 2M Rate............................ Mandatory
    802.11b/g 5.5M Rate.......................... Mandatory
    802.11b/g 11M Rate........................... Mandatory
    802.11g 6M Rate.............................. Supported
    802.11g 9M Rate.............................. Supported
    802.11g 12M Rate............................. Supported
    802.11g 18M Rate............................. Supported
    802.11g 24M Rate............................. Supported
    802.11g 36M Rate............................. Supported
    802.11g 48M Rate............................. Supported
    802.11g 54M Rate............................. Supported
Beacon Interval.................................. 100
CF Pollable mode................................. Disabled
CF Poll Request mandatory........................ Disabled
CFP Period....................................... 4
CFP Maximum Duration............................. 60
Default Channel.................................. 1
Default Tx Power Level........................... 1
DTPC  Status..................................... Enabled
Call Admission Limit  ........................... 105
G711 CU Quantum ................................. 15
DTIM Period...................................... 1
ED Threshold..................................... -50
Fragmentation Threshold.......................... 2346
Long Retry Limit................................. 4
Maximum Rx Life Time............................. 512
Max Tx MSDU Life Time............................ 512
Medium Occupancy Limit........................... 100
PBCC mandatory................................... Disabled
Pico-Cell Status................................. Disabled
RTS Threshold.................................... 2347
Short Preamble mandatory......................... Enabled
Short Retry Limit................................ 7

Related Commands

show 802.11a, show advanced 802.11b channel, show advanced 802.11b group, show advanced 802.11b logging, show advanced 802.11b monitor, show advanced 802.11b txpower, show advanced 802.11b profile, show advanced 802.11b summary

show 802.11h

To display basic 802.11h options and settings, use the show 802.11h command.

show 802.11h

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

802.11h

802.11h configurations.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show 802.11h
 
   
802.11h ......................................... powerconstraint : 0
802.11h ......................................... channelswitch : Disable
802.11h ......................................... channelswitch mode : 0

Related Commands

show 802.11a, show 802.11b, config 802.11h

show acl

To display the access control lists (ACLs) that are configured on the controller, use the show acl command.

show acl {summary | detailed acl_name}

Syntax Description

show acl

Command action.

summary

Display a summary of all ACLs configured on the controller.

detailed

Display detailed information about a specific ACL.

acl_name

ACL name up to 32 alphanumeric characters.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show acl summary
 
   
ACL Name                         Applied
-------------------------------- -------
Pubs Only                        Yes
Mannina                          Yes

Related Commands

config interface acl

show acl cpu

To display the access control lists (ACLs) configured on the central processing unit (CPU), use the show acl cpu command.

show acl cpu

Syntax Description

show acl

Command action.

cpu

Displays a summary of all the ACLs configured on the CPU.


Command Default

None

Examples

> show acl cpu
CPU Acl Name................................
Wireless Traffic............................ Disabled
Wired Traffic............................... Disabled
Applied to NPU.............................. No

Related Commands

config acl cpu

SHOW ADVANCED 802.11A COMMANDS

Use the SHOW ADVANCED 802.11a commands to display advanced 802.11a configuration parameters.

Show advanced 802.11a channel

To display the automatic channel assignment configuration and statistics, use the show advanced 802.11a channel command.

show advanced 802.11a channel

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network.

channel

Channel status.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11a channel
 
   
Automatic Channel Assignment
  Channel Assignment Mode........................ AUTO
  Channel Update Interval........................ 600 seconds
  Channel Update Contribution.................... SNI.
  Channel Assignment Leader...................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
  Last Run....................................... 374 seconds ago
  Channel Energy Levels
    Minimum...................................... -84 dBm
    Average...................................... -84 dBm
    Maximum...................................... -84 dBm
  Channel Dwell Times
    Minimum...................................... 0 days, 19 h 07 m 57 s
    Average...................................... 0 days, 19 h 08 m 29 s
    Maximum...................................... 0 days, 19 h 09 m 11 s

Related Commands

config 802.11a channel

show advanced 802.11a group

To display the advanced 802.11a Cisco radio RF grouping, use the show advanced 802.11a group command.

show advanced 802.11a group

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network.

group

RF grouping values.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11a group
 
   
Radio RF Grouping
  802.11a Group Mode................................... AUTO
  802.11a Group Update Interval........................ 600 seconds
  802.11a Group Leader................................. xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
    802.11a Group Member............................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
  802.11a Last Run..................................... 133 seconds ago

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a group-mode

show advanced 802.11a logging

To display advanced 802.11a RF event and performance logging, use the show advanced 802.11a logging command.

show advanced 802.11a logging

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network.

logging

RF event and performance logging.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11a logging
 
   
RF Event and Performance Logging
  Channel Update Logging......................... Off
  Coverage Profile Logging....................... Off
  Foreign Profile Logging........................ Off
  Load Profile Logging........................... Off
  Noise Profile Logging.......................... Off
  Performance Profile Logging.................... Off
  TxPower Update Logging......................... Off

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a logging channel, config advanced 802.11a logging coverage, config advanced 802.11a logging foreign, config advanced 802.11a logging load, config advanced 802.11a logging noise, config advanced 802.11a logging performance, config advanced 802.11a logging power

show advanced 802.11a monitor

To display the advanced 802.11a default Cisco radio monitoring, use the show advanced 802.11a monitor command.

show advanced 802.11a monitor

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network.

monitor

Cisco radio monitoring values.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11a monitor
 
   
Default 802.11a AP monitoring
  802.11a Monitor Mode........................... enable
  802.11a Monitor Channels....................... Country channels
  802.11a AP Coverage Interval................... 180 seconds
  802.11a AP Load Interval....................... 60 seconds
  802.11a AP Noise Interval...................... 180 seconds
  802.11a AP Signal Strength Interval............ 60 seconds

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a monitor coverage, config advanced 802.11a monitor load, config advanced 802.11a monitor noise, config advanced 802.11a monitor signal

show advanced 802.11a profile

To display the advanced 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point performance profiles, use the show advanced 802.11a profile command.

show advanced 802.11a profile {global | Cisco_AP}

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network.

profile

Cisco radio performance profile.

global

All Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11a profile global
 
   
Default 802.11a AP performance profiles
  802.11a Global Interference threshold.............. 10%
  802.11a Global noise threshold..................... -70 dBm
  802.11a Global RF utilization threshold............ 80%
  802.11a Global throughput threshold................ 1000000 bps
  802.11a Global clients threshold................... 12 clients
  802.11a Global coverage threshold.................. 12 dB
  802.11a Global coverage exception level............ 80%
  802.11a Global client minimum exception lev........ 3 clients
 
   
> show advanced 802.11a profile AP1
 
   
Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point performance profile not customized
 
   

This response indicates that the performance profile for this Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point is using the global defaults and has not been individually configured.

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11b profile clients, config advanced 802.11b profile coverage, config advanced 802.11b profile customize, config advanced 802.11b profile exception, config advanced 802.11b profile foreign, config advanced 802.11b profile level, config advanced 802.11b profile noise, config advanced 802.11b profile throughput, config advanced 802.11b profile utilization

show advanced 802.11a receiver

To display the configuration and statistics of the 802.11a receiver, use the show advanced 802.11a receiver command.

show advanced 802.11a receiver

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network.

receiver

Receiver.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11a receiver
 
   
802.11a Advanced Receiver Settings
  RxStart   : Signal Threshold........................... 15
  RxStart   : Signal Lamp Threshold...................... 5
  RxStart   : Preamble Power Threshold................... 2
  RxReStart : Signal Jump Status......................... Enabled
  RxReStart : Signal Jump Threshold...................... 10
  TxStomp : Low RSSI Status.............................. Enabled
  TxStomp : Low RSSI Threshold........................... 30
  TxStomp : Wrong BSSID Status........................... Enabled
  TxStomp : Wrong BSSID Data Only Status................. Enabled
  RxAbort : Raw Power Drop Status........................ Disabled
  RxAbort : Raw Power Drop Threshold..................... 10
  RxAbort : Low RSSI Status.............................. Disabled
  RxAbort : Low RSSI Threshold........................... 0
  RxAbort : Wrong BSSID Status........................... Disabled
  RxAbort : Wrong BSSID Data Only Status................. Disabled

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a monitor coverage, config advanced 802.11a monitor load, config advanced 802.11a monitor noise, config advanced 802.11a monitor signal

show advanced 802.11a summary

To display the advanced 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name, channel, and transmit level summary, use the show advanced 802.11a summary command.

show advanced 802.11a summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network.

summary

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name, channel, and transmit level summary.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11a summary
 
   
AP Name                          Channel     TxPower Level
-------------------------------- ----------- -------------
AP03                                 36*           1*
AP02                                 52            5*
AP01                                 64            5
 
   

Note An asterisk (*) next to a channel number or power level indicates that it is being controlled by the global algorithm settings.


Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b summary

show advanced 802.11a txpower

To view the advanced 802.11a automatic transmit power assignment, use the show advanced 802.11a txpower command.

show advanced 802.11a txpower

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network.

txpower

Transmit power.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11a txpower
 
   
Automatic Transmit Power Assignment
  Transmit Power Assignment Mode.................. AUTO
  Transmit Power Update Interval.................. 600 seconds
  Transmit Power Threshold........................ -65 dBm
  Transmit Power Neighbor Count................... 3 APs
  Transmit Power Update Contribution.............. SN.
  Transmit Power Assignment Leader................ xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
  Last Run........................................ 384 seconds ago

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a txpower-update, config 802.11a txPower

SHOW ADVANCED 802.11B COMMANDS

Use the SHOW ADVANCED 802.11b commands show advanced 802.11b parameters.

show advanced 802.11b channel

To display the automatic channel assignment status and statistics, use the show advanced 802.11b channel command.

show advanced 802.11b channel

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network.

channel

Channel status.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11b channel
 
   
Automatic Channel Assignment
  Channel Assignment Mode........................ OFF
  Channel Update Interval........................ 600 seconds
  Channel Update Contribution.................... SNI.
  Channel Assignment Leader...................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
  Last Run....................................... 157 seconds ago
  Channel Energy Levels
    Minimum...................................... unknown
    Average...................................... unknown
    Maximum...................................... unknown
  Channel Dwell Times
    Minimum...................................... unknown
    Average...................................... unknown
    Maximum...................................... unknown

Related Commands

config 802.11b channel

show advanced 802.11b group

To display the advanced 802.11b/g Cisco radio RF grouping, use the show advanced 802.11b group command.

show advanced 802.11b group

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network.

group

RF grouping values.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11b group
 
   
Radio RF Grouping
   802.11b Group Mode.............................. AUTO
   802.11b Group Update Interval................... 600 seconds
   802.11b Group Leader............................ xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
     802.11b Group Member.......................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
   802.11b Last Run................................ 511 seconds ago

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11b group-mode

show advanced 802.11b logging

To display advanced 802.11b/g RF event and performance logging, use the show advanced 802.11b logging command.

show advanced 802.11b logging

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11b

802.11b network.

logging

RF event and performance logging.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11b logging
 
   
RF Event and Performance Logging
   Channel Update Logging........................... Off
   Coverage Profile Logging......................... Off
   Foreign Profile Logging.......................... Off
   Load Profile Logging............................. Off
   Noise Profile Logging............................ Off
   Performance Profile Logging...................... Off
   Transmit Power Update Logging.................... Off

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11b logging channel, config advanced 802.11b logging coverage, config advanced 802.11b logging foreign, config advanced 802.11b logging load, config advanced 802.11b logging noise, config advanced 802.11b logging performance, config advanced 802.11b logging power

show advanced 802.11b monitor

To display the advanced 802.11b/g default Cisco radio monitoring, use the show advanced 802.11b monitor command.

show advanced 802.11b monitor

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network.

monitor

Cisco radio monitoring values.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11b monitor
 
   
Default 802.11b AP monitoring
  802.11b Monitor Mode......................... enable
  802.11b Monitor Channels..................... Country channels
  802.11b AP Coverage Interval................. 180 seconds
  802.11b AP Load Interval..................... 60 seconds
  802.11b AP Noise Interval.................... 180 seconds
  802.11b AP Signal Strength Interval.......... 60 seconds

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11b monitor coverage, config advanced 802.11b monitor load, config advanced 802.11b monitor noise, config advanced 802.11b monitor signal

show advanced 802.11b profile

To display the advanced 802.11b/g Cisco radio performance profiles, use the show advanced 802.11b profile command.

show advanced 802.11b profile {global | Cisco_AP}

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network.

profile

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point performance profile.

global

All Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11b profile global
 
   
Default 802.11b AP performance profiles
   802.11b Global Interference threshold.............. 10%
   802.11b Global noise threshold..................... -70 dBm
   802.11b Global RF utilization threshold............ 80%
   802.11b Global throughput threshold................ 1000000 bps
   802.11b Global clients threshold................... 12 clients
   802.11b Global coverage threshold.................. 12 dB
   802.11b Global coverage exception level............ 80%
   802.11b Global client minimum exception lev........ 3 clients
 
   
> show advanced 802.11b profile AP1
 
   
Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point performance profile not customized
 
   

This response indicates that the performance profile for this Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point is using the global defaults and has not been individually configured.

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11b profile clients, config advanced 802.11b profile coverage, config advanced 802.11b profile customize, config advanced 802.11b profile exception, config advanced 802.11b profile foreign, config advanced 802.11b profile level, config advanced 802.11b profile noise, config advanced 802.11b profile throughput, config advanced 802.11b profile utilization

show advanced 802.11b receiver

To display the advanced 802.11b/g default Cisco radio receiver parameters, use the show advanced 802.11b receiver command.

show advanced 802.11b receiver

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network.

receiver

Cisco radio receiver values.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11b receiver
 
   
Default 802.11b Receiver Settings
  RxStart    :  Signal Threshold............... 15
  RxStart    :  Signal Jump Threshold.......... 5
  RxStart    :  Preamble Power Threshold....... 2
  RxRestart  :  Signal Jump Status............. Enabled
  RxRestart  :  Signal Jump Threshold.......... 10
  TxStomp    :  Low RSS Status.  .............. Disabled
  TxStomp    :  Low RSSI Threshold............. 37
  TxStomp    :  Wrong BSSID Status............. Disabled
  TxStomp    :  Wrong BSSID Data Only Status... Disabled
  RxAbort    :  Raw Power Drop Status.......... Disabled
  RxAbort    :  Raw Power Drop Threshold....... 0
  RxAbort    :  Low RSSI Status................ Enabled
  RxAbort    :  Low RSSI Threshold............. 0
  RxAbort    :  Wrong BSSID Status............. Disabled
  RxAbort    :  Wrong BSSID Data Only Status... Disabled

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11b monitor coverage, config advanced 802.11b monitor load, config advanced 802.11b monitor noise, config advanced 802.11b monitor signal

show advanced 802.11b summary

To display the advanced 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name, channel, and transmit level summary, use the show advanced 802.11b summary command.

show advanced 802.11b summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network.

summary

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name, channel, and transmit level summary.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11b summary
 
   
AP name               Channel      Txpower Level
-------------------   ----------   ------------
AP1                    11*            1*
AP2                    10*            4
AP3                    6*             2
 
   

Note Asterisks next to channel numbers or power levels indicate that they are being controlled by the global algorithm settings.


Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a summary

show advanced 802.11b txpower

To view the advanced 802.11b/g automatic transmit power assignment, use the show advanced 802.11b txpower command.

show advanced 802.11b txpower

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network.

txpower

Transmit power.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced 802.11b txpower
 
   
Automatic Transmit Power Assignment
  Transmit Power Assignment Mode................. AUTO
  Transmit Power Update Interval................. 600 seconds
  Transmit Power Threshold....................... -65 dBm
  Transmit Power Neighbor Count.................. 3 APs
  Transmit Power Update Contribution............. SNI.
  Transmit Power Assignment Leader............... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
  Last Run....................................... 427 seconds ago

Related Commands

config 802.11b txPower

show advanced client-handoff

To display the number of automatic client handoffs after retries, use the show advanced client-handoff command.

show advanced client-handoff

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

client-handoff

Advanced client handoff count.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced client-handoff
 
   
Client auto handoff after retries................  130

Related Commands

config advanced timers auth-timeout, config advanced timers rogue-ap

show advanced eap

To displayadvanced Extensible Authentication Potocol settings, use the show advanced eap command.

show advanced eap

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

eap

Advanced client handoff count.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced eap
 
   
EAP-Identity-Request Timeout (seconds)........... 1
EAP-Identity-Request Max Retries................. 20
EAP Key-Index for Dynamic WEP.................... 0
EAP-Request Timeout (seconds).................... 1
EAP-Request Max Retries.......................... 2

Related Commands

(tbd)

show advanced max-1x-sessions

To display the maximum number of simultaneous 802.1x sessions allowed per access point, use the show advanced max-1x-sessions command.

show advanced max-1x-sessions

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

max-1x-sessions

Maximum number of simultaneous 802.1x sessions allowed per access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced max-1x-sessions
 
   
Max 802.1x session per AP at a given time........ 0

Related Commands

(tbd)

show advanced probe-limit

To display the number of probes sent to the WLAN controller per access point per client and the probe interval in milliseconds, use the show advanced probe-limit command.

show advanced probe-limit

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

probe-limit

Number of probes sent to the WLAN controller per access point per client and the probe interval in milliseconds.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced probe-limit
 
   
Probes sent to switch per AP slot per client ....  2
Probe interval in msec...........................  500

Related Commands

(tbd)

show advanced rate

To display whether control path rate limiting is enabled or disabled, use the show advanced rate command.

show advanced rate

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

rate

Control path rate limiting enabled or disabled.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced rate
 
   
Control Path Rate Limiting.......................  Disabled

Related Commands

(tbd)

show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff

To display whether the WLAN controller disassociates clients after a handoff, use the show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff command.

show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

send-disassoc-on-handoff

WLAN controller disassociates clients after a handoff enabled or disabled.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff
 
   
Send Disassociate on Handoff..................... Disabled

Related Commands

(tbd)

show advanced statistics

To display whether or not the Cisco Wireless LAN controller port statistics are enabled or disabled, use the show advanced statistics command.

show advanced statistics

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

statistics

Show Cisco Wireless LAN controller port statistics state.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced statistics
 
   
Switch port statistics...........................  Enabled

Related Commands

config advanced timers auth-timeout, config advanced timers rogue-ap

show advanced timers

To display the advanced mobility anchor, authentication response, and rogue access point entry timers, use the show advanced timers command.

show advanced timers

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

timers

Advanced system timers.


Defaults

Shown below in examples.

Examples

> show advanced timers
 
   
Authentication Response Timeout (seconds)...... 10
Rogue Entry Timeout (seconds).................. 1200
AP Heart Beat Timeout (seconds)................ 30
AP Discovery Timeout (seconds)................. 10
EAP Request Timeout (seconds).................. 8        (only when EAP is enabled)

Related Commands

config advanced timers auth-timeout, config advanced timers rogue-ap

SHOW AP COMMANDS

Use the SHOW AP commands to show access point parameters.

show ap auto-rf

To display the auto-rf settings for a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show ap auto-rf command.

show ap auto-rf {802.11a | 802.11b} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

ap auto-rf

Cisco radio.

{802.11a | 802.11b}

802.11a or 802.11b/g setting.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ap auto-rf 802.11a AP1
 
   
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
Rad Name......................................... AP03
MAC Address...................................... 00:0b:85:01:18:b7
  Radio Type..................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211a
  Noise Information
    Noise Profile................................ PASSED
    Channel 36...................................  -88 dBm
    Channel 40...................................  -86 dBm
    Channel 44...................................  -87 dBm
    Channel 48...................................  -85 dBm
    Channel 52...................................  -84 dBm
    Channel 56...................................  -83 dBm
    Channel 60...................................  -84 dBm
    Channel 64...................................  -85 dBm
  Interference Information
    Interference Profile......................... PASSED
    Channel 36...................................  -66 dBm @  1% busy
    Channel 40................................... -128 dBm @  0% busy
    Channel 44................................... -128 dBm @  0% busy
    Channel 48................................... -128 dBm @  0% busy
    Channel 52................................... -128 dBm @  0% busy
    Channel 56...................................  -73 dBm @  1% busy
    Channel 60...................................  -55 dBm @  1% busy
    Channel 64...................................  -69 dBm @  1% busy
  Load Information
    Load Profile................................. PASSED
    Receive Utilization.......................... 0%
    Transmit Utilization......................... 0%
    Channel Utilization.......................... 1%
    Attached Clients............................. 1 clients
  Coverage Information
    Coverage Profile............................. PASSED
    Failed Clients............................... 0 clients
  Client Signal Strengths
    RSSI -100 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -92 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -84 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -76 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -68 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -60 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -52 dBm................................ 0 clients
  Client Signal To Noise Ratios
    SNR    0 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR    5 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   10 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   15 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   20 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   25 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   30 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   35 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   40 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   45 dBm................................. 0 clients
  Nearby RADs
    RAD 00:0b:85:01:05:08 slot 0.................  -46 dBm on 10.1.30.170
    RAD 00:0b:85:01:12:65 slot 0.................  -24 dBm on 10.1.30.170
  Channel Assignment Information
    Current Channel Average Energy...............  -86 dBm 
    Previous Channel Average Energy..............  -75 dBm 
    Channel Change Count.........................  109 
    Last Channel Change Time..................... Wed Sep 29 12:53e:34 2004
    Recommended Best Channel..................... 44 
  RF Parameter Recommendations
    Power Level.................................. 1
    RTS/CTS Threshold............................ 2347
    Fragmentation Threshold...................... 2346
    Antenna Pattern.............................. 0

Related Commands

config 802.11a antenna, config 802.11b antenna, config cell

show ap bmode

To display the backhaul mode for a Cisco 1030 or 1500 Series lightweight access point deployed in bridging or mesh mode, use the show ap bhmode command.

show ap bhmode Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

ap

Cisco radio.

bhmode

Display the mesh or bridging backhaul mode for a Cisco 1030 or 1500 Series lightweight access point.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ap bhmode AP02

Related Commands

config ap stats-timer

show ap bhrate

To display the backhaul rate for a Cisco 1030 or 1500 Series lightweight access point deployed in bridging or mesh mode, use the show ap bhrate command.

show ap bhrate Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

ap

Cisco radio.

bhrate

Display the mesh or bridging backhaul rate for a Cisco 1030 or 1500 Series lightweight access point.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ap bhrate AP02

Related Commands

config ap stats-timer

show ap config

To display the detailed configuration for an 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show ap config command.

show ap config {802.11a | 802.11b | general} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

ap config

Cisco radio.

802.11a

802.11a settings.

802.11b

802.11b/g settings.

general

General settings.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ap config 802.11a AP02
 
   
Cisco AP Identifier.............................. 0
Cisco AP Name.................................... AP02
AP Regulatory Domain............................. Unconfigured
Switch Port Number .............................. 1
MAC Address...................................... 00:0b:85:18:b6:50
IP Address Configuration......................... DHCP
IP Address....................................... 1.100.49.240
IP NetMask....................................... 255.255.255.0
Gateway IP Addr.................................. 1.100.49.1
Cisco AP Location................................ default-location
Cisco AP Group Name.............................. default-group
Primary Cisco Switch............................. Cisco_32:ab:63
Secondary Cisco Switch...........................
Tertiary Cisco Switch............................
Administrative State ............................ ADMIN_ENABLED
Operation State ................................. REGISTERED
Mirroring Mode .................................. Disabled
AP Mode ......................................... Local
Remote AP Debug ................................. Disabled
S/W  Version .................................... 3.1.61.0
Boot  Version ................................... 1.2.59.6
Stats Re--More-- or (q)uit
porting Period .................................. 180
LED State........................................ Enabled
ILP Pre Standard Switch.......................... Disabled
ILP Power Injector............................... Disabled
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
AP Model......................................... AS-1200
AP Serial Number................................. 044110223A
AP Certificate Type.............................. Manufacture Installed
 
   
Attributes for Slot  0
    Radio Type................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211a
    Administrative State ........................ ADMIN_ENABLED
    Operation State ............................. UP
    WLAN Override................................ Disabled
    CellId ...................................... 0
 
   
    Station Configuration
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      Number Of WLANs ........................... 1
      Medium Occupancy Limit .................... 100
      CFP Period ................................ 4
      CFP MaxDuration ........................... 60
      BSSID ..................................... 00:0b:85:18:b6:50
    Operation Rate Set
        6000 Kilo Bits........................... MANDATORY
        9000 Kilo Bits........................... SUPPORTED
        12000 Kilo Bits.......................... MANDATORY
        18000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        24000 Kilo Bits.......................... MANDATORY
        36000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        48000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        54000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
      Beacon Period ............................. 100
      DTIM Period ............................... 1
      Fragmentation Threshold ................... 2346
      Multi Domain Capability Implemented ....... TRUE
      Multi Domain Capability Enabled ........... TRUE
      Country String ............................ US
 
   
    Multi Domain Capability
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      First Chan Num ............................ 36
      Number Of Channels ........................ 4
 
   
    MAC Operation Parameters
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      RTS Threshold ............................. 2347
      Short Retry Limit ......................... 7
      Long Retry Limit .......................... 4
      Fragmentation Threshold ................... 2346
      Maximum Tx MSDU Life Time ................. 512
      Maximum Rx Life Time ...................... 512
 
   
    Tx Power
      Num Of Supported Power Levels ............. 5
      Tx Power Level 1 .......................... 18 dBm
      Tx Power Level 2 .......................... 15 dBm
      Tx Power Level 3........................... 12 dBm
      Tx Power Level 4 .......................... 9 dBm
      Tx Power Level 5 .......................... 6 dBm
      Tx Power Configuration .................... CUSTOMIZED
      Current Tx Power Level..................... 5
 
   
    Phy OFDM parameters
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      Current Channel ........................... 36
      TI Threshold .............................. -50
      Antenna Type............................... INTERNAL_ANTENNA
      Internal Antenna Gain (in .5 dBm units).... 11
      AntennaMode................................ ANTENNA_OMNI
 
   
    Performance Profile Parameters
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      Interference threshold..................... 10%
      Noise threshold............................  -70 dBm
      RF utilization threshold................... 80%
      Data-rate threshold........................ 1000000 bps
      Client threshold........................... 12 clients
      Coverage SNR threshold..................... 16 dB
      Coverage exception level................... 25%
      Client minimum exception level............. 3 clients
    Rogue Containment Information
    Containment Count............................ 0
 
   
> show ap config 802.11b AP02
 
   
Cisco AP Identifier.............................. 0
Cisco AP Name.................................... AP02
AP Regulatory Domain............................. Unconfigured
Switch Port Number .............................. 1
MAC Address...................................... 00:0b:85:18:b6:50
IP Address Configuration......................... DHCP
IP Address....................................... 1.100.49.240
IP NetMask....................................... 255.255.255.0
Gateway IP Addr.................................. 1.100.49.1
Cisco AP Location................................ default-location
Cisco AP Group Name.............................. default-group
Primary Cisco Switch............................. Cisco_32:ab:63
Secondary Cisco Switch...........................
Tertiary Cisco Switch............................
Administrative State ............................ ADMIN_ENABLED
Operation State ................................. REGISTERED
Mirroring Mode .................................. Disabled
AP Mode ......................................... Local
Remote AP Debug ................................. Disabled
S/W  Version .................................... 3.1.61.0
Boot  Version ................................... 1.2.59.6
Stats Reporting Period .......................... 180
LED State........................................ Enabled
ILP Pre Standard Switch.......................... Disabled
ILP Power Injector............................... Disabled
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
AP Model......................................... AS-1200
AP Serial Number................................. 044110223A
AP Certificate Type.............................. Manufacture Installed
 
   
Attributes for Slot  1
    Radio Type................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211g
    Administrative State ........................ ADMIN_ENABLED
    Operation State ............................. UP
    WLAN Override ............................... Disabled
    CellId ...................................... 0
 
   
    Station Configuration
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      Number Of WLANs ........................... 1
      Medium Occupancy Limit .................... 100
      CFP Period ................................ 4
      CFP MaxDuration ........................... 60
      BSSID ..................................... 00:0b:85:18:b6:50
      Operation Rate Set
        1000 Kilo Bits........................... MANDATORY
        2000 Kilo Bits........................... MANDATORY
        5500 Kilo Bits........................... MANDATORY
        11000 Kilo Bits.......................... MANDATORY
        6000 Kilo Bits........................... SUPPORTED
        9000 Kilo Bits........................... SUPPORTED
        12000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        18000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        24000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        36000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        48000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        54000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
      Beacon Period ............................. 100
      DTIM Period ............................... 1
      Fragmentation Threshold ................... 2346
      Multi Domain Capability Implemented ....... TRUE
      Multi Domain Capability Enabled ........... TRUE
      Country String ............................ US
 
   
    Multi Domain Capability
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      First Chan Num ............................ 1
      Number Of Channels ........................ 11
 
   
    MAC Operation Parameters
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      RTS Threshold ............................. 2347
      Short Retry Limit ......................... 7
      Long Retry Limit .......................... 4
      Fragmentation Threshold ................... 2346
      Maximum Tx MSDU Life Time ................. 512
      Maximum Rx Life Time....................... 512
 
   
    Tx Power
      Num Of Supported Power Levels.............. 5
      Tx Power Level 1 .......................... 17 dBm
      Tx Power Level 2........................... 14 dBm
      Tx Power Level 3........................... 11 dBm
      Tx Power Level 4........................... 8 dBm
      Tx Power Level 5........................... 5 dBm
      Tx Power Configuration..................... CUSTOMIZED
      Current Tx Power Level..................... 5
 
   
    Phy OFDM parameters
      Configuration.............................. CUSTOMIZED
      Current Channel............................ 1
      TI Threshold............................... -50
      Antenna Type............................... INTERNAL_ANTENNA
      Internal Antenna Gain (in5 dBm units)...... 11
      Diversity.................................. DIVERSITY_ENABLED
 
   
    Performance Profile Parameters
      Configuration.............................. AUTOMATIC
      Interference threshold..................... 10%
      Noise threshold............................  -70 dBm
      RF utilization threshold................... 80%
      Data-rate threshold........................ 1000000 bps
      Client threshold........................... 12 clients
      Coverage SNR threshold..................... 12 dB
      Coverage exception level................... 25%
      Client minimum exception level............. 3 clients
    Rogue Containment Information
    Containment Count............................ 0
 
   
> show ap config general AP02
 
   
Cisco AP Identifier.............................. 0
Cisco AP Name.................................... AP02
AP Regulatory Domain............................. Unconfigured
Switch Port Number............................... 1
MAC Address...................................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
IP Address Configuration......................... DHCP
IP Address....................................... 1.100.49.240
IP NetMask....................................... 255.255.255.0
Gateway IP Addr.................................. 1.100.49.1
Cisco AP Location................................ default-location
Cisco AP Group Name.............................. default-group
Primary Cisco Switch............................. Cisco_32:ab:63
Secondary Cisco Switch...........................
Tertiary Cisco Switch............................
Administrative State............................. ADMIN_ENABLED
Operation State.................................. REGISTERED
Mirroring Mode................................... Disabled
AP Mode.......................................... Local
Remote AP Debug.................................. Disabled
S/W  Version..................................... 3.1.61.0
Boot  Version.................................... 1.2.59.6
porting Period................................... 180
LED State........................................ Enabled
ILP Pre Standard Switch.......................... Disabled
ILP Power Injector............................... Disabled
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
AP Model......................................... AS-1200
AP Serial Number................................. 044110223A
AP Certificate Type.............................. Manufacture Installed

Related Commands

config 802.11a antenna, config 802.11b antenna, config cell

show ap core-dump

To display the memory core dump setting for a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show ap core-dump command.

show ap core-dump Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

ap

Cisco radio.

core-dump

Display the memory core dump setting for an access point.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ap core-dump AP02

Related Commands

config ap stats-timer

show ap crash-file

To display the list of both crash and radio core dump files generated by Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the show ap crash-file command.

show ap crash-file

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

ap

Cisco radio.

crash-file

Display the list of both crash and radio core dump files generated by access points. The generated information includes size and memory usage.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ap crash-file

Related Commands

config ap stats-timer

show ap stats

To display the statistics for a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show ap stats command.

show ap stats {802.11a | 802.11b} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

ap stats

Cisco radio.

802.11a

802.11a statistics.

802.11b

802.11b/g statistics.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ap stats 802.11b AP02
 
   
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
AP Name.......................................... AP02
MAC Address...................................... 00:0b:85:18:b6:50
  Radio Type..................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211a
  Stats Information
    Number of Users.............................. 0
    TxFragmentCount.............................. 1679
    MulticastTxFrameCnt.......................... 1260
    FailedCount.................................. 15892
    RetryCount................................... 331
    MultipleRetryCount........................... 0
    FrameDuplicateCount.......................... 0
    RtsSuccessCount.............................. 0
    RtsFailureCount.............................. 0
    AckFailureCount.............................. 80212
    RxFragmentCount.............................. 248671
    MulticastRxFrameCnt.......................... 0
    FcsErrorCount................................ 105968
    TxFrameCount................................. 1679
    WepUndecryptableCount........................ 0

Related Commands

config ap stats-timer

show ap summary

To display a summary of all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points attached to the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show ap summary command. A list containing each Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name, number of slots, manufacturer, MAC address, location and Cisco Wireless LAN controller port number is displayed.

show ap summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

ap

All Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points.

summary

Summary of all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ap summary
 
   
AP Name             Slots  AP Model             EnetMAC            Location          Port
------------------  -----  -------------------  -----------------  ----------------  ----- 
AP01                2      AIR-AP1210           xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx   default location  12
AP02                2      AIR-AP1210           xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx   default location  11

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a summary, show advanced 802.11b summary, show certificate summary, show client summary, show mobility summary, show radius summary, show rogue-ap summary, show wlan summary

show ap wlan

To display whether or not a Cisco Wireless LAN controller radio is in wireless LAN override mode (as described in the related product guide), use the show ap wlan command.

show ap wlan {802.11a | 802.11b} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

ap

All Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points.

wlan

Wireless LAN parameter.

{802.11a | 802.11b}

802.11a or 802.11b/g statistics.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ap wlan 802.11a AP01
 
   
Cisco AP is not in override mode.

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a summary, show advanced 802.11b summary, show certificate summary, show client summary, show mobility summary, show radius summary, show rogue-ap summary, show wlan summary

show arp switch

To display the Cisco Wireless LAN controller MAC addresses, IP Addresses, and port types, use the show arp switch command.

show arp switch

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

arp

arp MAC addresses, IP Addresses, and port types.

switch

Cisco Wireless LAN controller parameters.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show arp switch
 
   
MAC Address          IP Address         Port      VLAN      Type
------------------- ---------------- ------------ ---- -------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx   xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  service port    1         
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx   xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  service port               
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx   xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  service port               

Related Commands

debug arp

show auth-list

To display the access point authorization list, use the show auth-list command.

show auth-list

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

auth-list

Display access point authorization list.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show auth-list
 
   
Authorize APs against AAA...................... disabled
Allow APs with Self-signed Certificate (SSC)... disabled
 
   
Mac Addr                  Cert Type    Key Hash
-----------------------   ----------   ------------------------------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx         MIC

Related Commands

config auth-list

show boot

Each Cisco Wireless LAN controller retains one primary and one backup operating system software load in non-volatile RAM. This allows operators to have the Cisco Wireless LAN controllers boot off the primary load (default), or revert to the backup load when desired. To display the primary and backup software build numbers with an indication of which is active, use the show boot command.

show boot

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

boot

Software bootable versions.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show boot
 
   
Primary Boot Image............................... 3.2.13.0 (active)
Backup Boot Image................................ 3.2.15.0

Related Commands

config exclusionlist add, config exclusionlist delete, config exclusionlist description, show client

SHOW CERTIFICATE COMMANDS

Use the SHOW CERTIFICATE commands to display certificate settings.

show certificate compatibility

To display whether or not certificates are verified as compatible in the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show certificate compatibility command.

show certificate compatibility

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

certificate

All certificates.

compatibility

Compatibility of certificates.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show certificate compatibility
 
   
Certificate compatibility mode:................ off

Related Commands

show certificate summary

show certificate summary

To display a summary of all certificates active in the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show certificate summary command.

show certificate summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

certificate

All certificates.

summary

Synopsis of all certificates.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show certificate summary
 
   
Web Administration Certificate................. Locally Generated
Web Authentication Certificate................. Locally Generated
Certificate compatibility mode:................ off

Related Commands

show certificate compatibility

SHOW CLIENT COMMANDS

Use the SHOW CLIENT commands to display client settings.

show client ap

To display the clients on a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show client ap command.


Note The show client ap command may list the status of automatically disabled clients. Use the show exclusionlist command to view clients on the exclusion list (blacklisted).


show client ap {802.11a | 802.11b} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

client ap

Cisco radio.

802.11a

802.11a clients.

802.11b

802.11b/g clients.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show client ap 802.11b AP1
 
   
MAC Address        AP Id   Status         WLAN Id    Authenticated
-----------------  ------  -------------  ---------  -------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx      1   Associated     1          No

Related Commands

show client detail, show client summary, show client username, show exclusionlist

show client detail

To display detailed information for a client on a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show client detail command.


Note The show client ap command may list the status of automatically disabled clients. Use the show exclusionlist command to view clients on the exclusion list (blacklisted).


show client detail MAC

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

client

802.11a or 802.11b/g client.

detail

Connectivity information.

MAC

MAC address of the specific client.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show client detail 00:0c:41:07:33:a6
 
   
Client MAC Address............................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Client Username.................................. N/A
AP MAC Address................................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Client State..................................... Associated
Wireless LAN Id.................................. 1
IP Address....................................... Unknown
Association Id................................... 1
Authentication Algorithm......................... Shared Key
Reason Code...................................... 0
Status Code...................................... 0
Session Timeout.................................. 0
Mirroring........................................ Disabled
QoS Level........................................ Gold
Diff Serv Code Point (DSPC)...................... disabled
802.1P Priority Tag.............................. disabled
Mobility State................................... Local
Mobility Move Count.............................. 0
Security Policy Completed........................ No
Policy Manager State............................. DHCP_REQD
Policy Manager Rule Created...................... No
NPU Fast Notified................................ Yes
Policy Type...................................... N/A
Encryption Cipher................................ WEP (104 bits)
EAP Type......................................... Unknown
Interface........................................ management
VLAN............................................. 0
Client Capabilities:
      CF Pollable................................ Not implemented
      CF Poll Request............................ Not implemented
      Short Preamble............................. Not implemented
      PBCC....................................... Not implemented
      Channel Agility............................ Not implemented
      Listen Interval............................ 0
Client Statistics:
      Number of Bytes Received................... 0
      Number of Bytes Sent....................... 0
      Number of Packets Received................. 0
      Number of Packets Sent..................... 0
      Number of Policy Errors.................... 0
      Radio Signal Strength Indicator............ Unavailable
      Signal to Noise Ratio...................... Unavailable
Nearby AP Statistics:
      AP03(slot 0) 24643 seconds ago............. -11 dBm

Related Commands

show client ap, show client summary, show client username, show exclusionlist

show client summary

To display a summary of clients associated with a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show client summary command.


Note The show client ap command may list the status of automatically disabled clients. Use the show exclusionlist command to view clients on the exclusion list (blacklisted).


show client summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

client

802.11a or 802.11b/g client.

summary

All attached clients.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show client summary
 
   
Number of Clients................................ 24
 
   
MAC Address        AP Name            Status         WLAN  Auth  Protocol  Port
-----------------  -----------------  -------------  ----  ----  --------  ----
 
   
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11a   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11a   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11b   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11a   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11b   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11b   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11b   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11b   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11b   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11a   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11a   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11b   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11a   1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing        N/A   No    802.11a   1

Related Commands

show client ap, show client detail, show client username, show exclusionlist

show client username

To display client data by username, use the show client username command.

show client username username

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

client

Display client data.

username

Cisco radio.

username

Client's username.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show client username IT_007
 
   
MAC Address        AP ID   Status         WLAN Id    Authenticated
-----------------  ------  -------------  ---------  -------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  1       Associated     1          No

Related Commands

show client ap, show client detail, show client summary

show country

The Cisco Wireless LAN controller must be configured to comply with the target country's permitted 802.11a and/or 802.11b frequency bands. To display a list of supported countries and their permitted frequency bands, use the show country command. This command also shows you the current country setting for the Cisco Wireless LAN controller.


Note Refer to the related product guide for the most up-to-date country codes and regulatory domains.


show country

Syntax Description

show

Display configuration options.

country

Supported countries.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show country

Related Commands

show sysinfo

show cpu

To display current WLAN Controller CPU usage information, use the show cpu command.

show cpu

Syntax Description

show cpu

Command action.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show cpu
 
   
Current CPU load: 2.50%

Related Commands

show sysinfo

show custom-web

To display web authentication customization information, use the show custom-web command.

show custom-web

Syntax Description

show custom-web

Command action.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show custom-web
 
   
Radius Authentication Method..................... PAP
Cisco Logo....................................... Enabled
CustomLogo....................................... None
Custom Title..................................... None
Custom Message................................... None
Custom Redirect URL.............................. None
External web authentication Mode................. Disabled
External web authentication URL.................. None

Related Commands

config custom-web

show database summary

To display the local database configuration, use the show database command.

show database summary

Syntax Description

show database

Command action.

summary

Database summary.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show database summary
 
   
Current Max database entries.......................... 512 
Max database entries on next reboot................... 512 

Related Commands

show sysinfo

show debug

Use the show debug command, to determine if MAC address and other flag debugging is enabled or disabled.

show debug

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

debug

MAC address debugging.


Defaults

disabled.

Examples

> show debug
 
   
MAC debugging............................... disabled
 
   
Debug Flags Enabled:
  arp error enabled.
  bcast error enabled.

Related Commands

debug mac

show dhcp

Use the show dhcp command, to display the internal DHCP server configuration.

show dhcp {leases | summary | scope}

Syntax Description

show dhcp

Display internal DHCP server configuration information.

leases

Enter leases to display allocated DHCP leases.

summary

Enter summary to display DHCP summary information.

scope

Enter the name of a scope to display the DHCP information for that scope.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show dhcp leases
 
   
No leases allocated.
 
   
> show dhcp summary
 
   
Scope Name           Enabled           Address Range
003                    No            0.0.0.0 -> 0.0.0.0
 
   
> show dhcp 003
 
   
Enabled....................................... No
Lease Time.................................... 0
Pool Start.................................... 0.0.0.0
Pool End...................................... 0.0.0.0
Network....................................... 0.0.0.0
Netmask....................................... 0.0.0.0
Default Routers............................... 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
DNS Domain.................................... 
DNS........................................... 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
Netbios Name Servers.......................... 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

Related Commands

config dhcp

show dhcp proxy

Use the show dhcp proxy command to display the status of DHCP proxy handling.

show dhcp proxy

Syntax Description

show dhcp proxy

Display the status of DHCP proxy handling.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show dhcp proxy
 
   
DHCP Proxy Behaviour: enabled

Related Commands

config dhcp proxy

 
   

show eventlog

Use the show eventlog command, to display the event log.

show eventlog

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

eventlog

System events.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show eventlog
                                             Time
       File     Line TaskID   Code        d  h  m  s
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125CEBCC AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125CEBCC AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 1216C36C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 1216C36C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 1216C36C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 1216C36C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0 11

Related Commands

show msglog

show exclusionlist

To display a summary of all clients on the manual exclusion list (blacklisted) from associating with this Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show exclusionlist command. A list containing each manually Excluded MAC address is displayed.

show exclusionlist

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

exclusionist

Manual exclusion list.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show exclusionlist
 
   
MAC Address              Description
-----------------------  --------------------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx        Disallowed Client

Related Commands

config exclusionlist add, config exclusionlist delete, config exclusionlist description, show client

show ike

Use the show ike command to display active IKE SAs.

show ike {brief | IP_or_MAC_address}

Syntax Description

show

Command action.

ike

Display active IKE SAs.

brief

List of all active IKE SAs.

IP_or_MAC_address

IP or MAC address of active IKE SA.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ike

Related Commands

None

show interface

Use the show interface command to display details of the system interfaces.

show interface {summary | detailed interface_name}

Syntax Description

show interface

Command action

summary

Display a summary of the local interfaces.

detailed

Display detailed interface information.

interface_name

Identifies interface name for detailed display


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show interface summary
 
   
Interface Name                    Vlan Id   IP Address       Type     Ap Mgr
--------------------------------  --------  ---------------  -------  ------
 
   
ap-manager                        149       xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  Static   Yes
management                        149       xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  Static   No
service-port                      N/A       xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  Static   No
virtual                           N/A       xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  Static   No
 
   
> show interface detailed management
 
   
Interface Name................................... management
MAC Address...................................... 00:0b:85:32:ab:60
IP Address....................................... 1.100.49.30
IP Netmask....................................... 255.255.255.0
IP Gateway....................................... 1.100.49.1
VLAN............................................. 149
Active Physical Port............................. 1
Primary Physical Port............................ 1
Backup Physical Port............................. Unconfigured
Primary DHCP Server.............................. 1.100.2.15
Secondary DHCP Server............................ Unconfigured
ACL.............................................. Unconfigured
AP Manager....................................... No

Note Some WLAN controllers may have only one physical port listed because they have only one physical port.


Related Commands

config interface

show inventory

To display a physical inventory of the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show inventory command.

show inventory

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

inventory

Physical Cisco Wireless LAN controller configuration.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show inventory
 
   
Switch Description............................... Cisco Controller
Machine Model.................................... WLC4404-100
Serial Number.................................... FLS0923003B
Burned-in MAC Address............................ 00:0B:85:32:AB:60
Crypto Accelerator 1............................. Absent
Crypto Accelerator 2............................. Absent
Power Supply 1................................... Absent
Power Supply 2................................... Present, OK

Note Some wireless LAN controllers may have no crypto accelerator (VPN termination module) or power supplies listed because they have no provisions for VPN termination modules or power supplies.


Related Commands

show sysinfo

show ipsec

Use the show ipsec command to display active IPSec SAs.

show ipsec {brief | IP_or_MAC_address}

Syntax Description

show

Command action.

ipsec

Display active IPSec SAs

{brief |
IP_or_MAC_address}

Enter brief to display active IPSec SAs.

Enter the IP address of MAC address of an IPSec SA.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show ipsec brief

Related Commands

None

show known ap

To display known Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point information, use the show known ap command.

show known ap {summary | detailed MAC}

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

known ap

Known Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point information.

summary

Displays a list of all known access points.

detailed

Provides detailed information for all known access points.

MAC

MAC address of the known AP


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show known ap summary
 
   
MAC Address         State        # APs  # Clients   Last Heard
-----------         -----------  -----   --------   -----------------

Related Commands

config ap

show l2tp

To display L2TP sessions, use the show l2tp command.

show l2tp {summary | ip_address}

Syntax Description

show l2tp

Display configurations.

summary

Displays all L2TP sessions.

ip_address

Displays an L2TP session.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show l2tp summary
 
   
LAC_IPaddr LTid LSid RTid RSid ATid ASid State
---------- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- -----

Related Commands

None

show load-balancing

To display the status of the load-balancing feature, use the show load-balancing command.

show load-balancing

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

load-balancing

Display the load-balancing status.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show load-balancing
 
   
Aggressive Load Balancing...................... Enabled
Aggressive Load Balancing Window............... 0 clients

Related Commands

config load-balancing

show location summary

To display information about defined locations, use the show location summary command.

show location summary

Syntax Description

show location

Display command for locations.

summary

Display all location information defined in the system.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show location summary
 
   
Status...................................................... disabled

Related Commands

config location

show loginsession

To display the existing sessions, use the show loginsession command.

show loginsession

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

loginsession

Current session details.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show loginsession
 
   
ID    User Name     Connection From   Idle Time    Session Time
-- ---------------  ---------------  ------------  ------------
00 admin            EIA-232          00:00:00      00:19:04

Related Commands

config loginsession close

show macfilter

To display the MAC filter parameters, use the show macfilter command. The MAC delimiter (none, colon, or hyphen) for MAC addresses sent to RADIUS servers is displayed. The MAC filter table lists the clients that are always allowed to associate with a wireless LAN.

show macfilter {summary | detail MAC}

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

macfilter

Filter details.

summary

Display a summary of all MAC filter entries.

detail MAC

Detailed display of a MAC filter entry.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show macfilter detail xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
 
   
MAC Address...................................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
WLAN Identifier.................................. Any
Interface Name................................... management
Description...................................... RAP
 
   
> show macfilter summary
 
   
MAC Filter RADIUS Compatibility mode............. Cisco ACS
MAC Filter Delimiter............................. None
 
   
Local Mac Filter Table
 
   
MAC Address               WLAN Id          Description
-----------------------   --------------   --------------------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx         Any              RAP
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx         Any              PAP2 (2nd hop)
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx         Any              PAP1 (1st hop)

Related Commands

config macfilter mac-delimiter, config macfilter add, config macfilter delete, config macfilter description, config macfilter ip-address, config macfilter wlan-id, show macfilter.

SHOW MESH COMMANDS

Use the SHOW MESH commands to display mesh settings.

show mesh linkrate

To display the mesh link rate for Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the show mesh linkrate command.

show mesh linkrate <from Cisco_AP> <to Cisco_AP name|MAC address>

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

mesh

Mesh configuration.

linkrate

Show link rate statistics

from Cisco_AP

From Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.

to Cisco_AP name|MAC address

To Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name or MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show mesh linkrate

Related Commands

None.

show mesh neigh

To display the mesh neighbors for a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show mesh neigh command.

show mesh neigh Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

mesh

Mesh configuration.

neigh

Show Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point neighborhood list.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show mesh neigh

Related Commands

None.

show mesh path

To display the mesh configuration for a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show mesh path command.

show mesh path Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

mesh

Mesh configuration.

path

Show Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point path.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show mesh path

Related Commands

None.

show mesh stats

To display the mesh statistics for a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the show mesh stats command.

show mesh stats Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

mesh

Mesh configuration.

stats

Show Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point statistics.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show mesh stats

Related Commands

None.

show mesh summary

To display the mesh configuration for a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access pointr, use the show mesh summary command.

show mesh summary Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

summary

Show summary neighbor information for an access point.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show mesh summary

Related Commands

None.

show mgmtuser

To display the local management user accounts on the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show mgmtuser command.

show mgmtuser

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

mgmtuser

List of management users.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show mgmtuser
 
   
User Name                Permissions   Description
-----------------------  ------------  --------------------------------
admin                    read-write

Related Commands

config mgmtuser add, config mgmtuser delete, config mgmtuser password

SHOW MOBILITY COMMANDS

Use the SHOW MOBILITY commands to display mobility settings.

show mobility anchor

To display the wireless LAN anchor list for the Cisco Wireless LAN controller mobility groups, use the show mobility anchor command.

show mobility anchor

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

mobility

Mobility group.

anchor

Display the mobility wireless LAN anchor list.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show mobility anchor
 
   
Mobility Anchor Export List
 WLAN ID     IP Address

Related Commands

config mobility group discovery, config mobility group member

show mobility statistics

To display the statistics information for the Cisco Wireless LAN controller mobility groups, use the show mobility statistics command.

show mobility statistics

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

mobility

Mobility group.

statistics

Displays statistics for the mobility manager.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show mobility statistics
 
   
Global Mobility Statistics
   Rx Errors..................................... 0
   Tx Errors..................................... 0
   Responses Retransmitted....................... 0
   Handoff Requests Received..................... 0
   Handoff End Requests Received................. 0
   State Transitions Disallowed.................. 0
   Resource Unavailable.......................... 0
Mobility Initiator Statistics
   Handoff Requests Sent......................... 0
   Handoff Replies Received...................... 0
   Handoff as Local Received..................... 2
   Handoff as Foreign Received................... 0
   Handoff Denys Received........................ 0
   Anchor Request Sent........................... 0
   Anchor Deny Received.......................... 0
   Anchor Grant Received......................... 0
   Anchor Transfer Received...................... 0
Mobility Responder Statistics
   Handoff Requests Ignored...................... 0
   Ping Pong Handoff Requests Dropped............ 0
   Handoff Requests Dropped...................... 0
   Handoff Requests Denied....................... 0
   Client Handoff as Local....................... 0
   Client Handoff as Foreign  ................... 0
   Client Handoff Inter Group ................... 0
   Anchor Requests Received...................... 0
   Anchor Requests Denied........................ 0
   Anchor Requests Granted....................... 0
   Anchor Transferred............................ 0

Related Commands

config mobility group discovery, config mobility group member

show mobility summary

To display the summary information for the Cisco Wireless LAN controller mobility groups, use the show mobility summary command.

show mobility summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

mobility

Mobility group.

summary

Display a summary of the mobility manager.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show mobility summary
 
   
Mobility Protocol Port........................... 16666
Mobility Security Mode........................... Disabled
Default Mobility Domain.......................... mikemesh
Mobility Group members configured................ 1
 
   
Switches configured in the Mobility Group
 MAC Address          IP Address         Group Name
 xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx    xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx    <local>

Note Some WLAN controllers may list no mobility security mode.


Related Commands

config mobility group discovery, config mobility group member

show msglog

To display the message logs written to the Cisco Wireless LAN controller database, use the show msglog command. If there are more that 15 entries you are prompted to display the messages shown in the example.

show msglog

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

msglog

Show message logs.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show msglog
 
   
Message Log Severity Level..................... ERROR
Thu Aug  4 14:30:08 2005  [ERROR] spam_lrad.c 1540: AP 00:0b:85:18:b6:50 associated. Last 
AP failure was due to Link Failure
Thu Aug  4 14:30:08 2005  [ERROR] spam_lrad.c 13840: Updating IP info for AP 00:
0b:85:18:b6:50 -- static 0, 1.100.49.240/255.255.255.0, gtw 1.100.49.1
Thu Aug  4 14:29:32 2005  [ERROR] dhcpd.c 78: dhcp server: binding to 0.0.0.0
Thu Aug  4 14:29:32 2005  [ERROR] rrmgroup.c 733: Airewave Director: 802.11a switch group 
reset
Thu Aug  4 14:29:32 2005  [ERROR] rrmgroup.c 733: Airewave Director: 802.11bg sw
itch group reset
Thu Aug  4 14:29:22 2005  [ERROR] sim.c 2841: Unable to get link state for primary port 0 
of interface ap-manager
Thu Aug  4 14:29:22 2005  [ERROR] dtl_l2_dot1q.c 767: Unable to get USP
Thu Aug  4 14:29:22 2005  Previous message occurred 2 times
Thu Aug  4 14:29:14 2005  [CRITICAL] osapi_sem.c 794: Error!  osapiMutexTake called with 
NULL pointer: osapi_bsntime.c:927
Thu Aug  4 14:29:14 2005  [CRITICAL] osapi_sem.c 794: Error!  osapiMutexTake called with 
NULL pointer: osapi_bsntime.c:919
Thu Aug  4 14:29:14 2005  [CRITICAL] hwutils.c 1861: Security Module not found
Thu Aug  4 14:29:13 2005  [CRITICAL] bootos.c 791: Starting code...

Related Commands

show eventlog

show nac statistics

To display detailed Network Access Control (NAC) information about a Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show nac statistics command.

show nac statistics

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

nac

Network access control.

statistics

Detailed statistics.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show nac statistics
 
   
Server Index....................................................... 1
Server Address..................................................... xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Number of requests sent............................................ 0
Number of retransmissions.......................................... 0
Number of requests received........................................ 0
Number of malformed requests received.............................. 0
Number of bad auth requests received............................... 0
Number of pending requests......................................... 0
Number of timed out requests....................................... 0
Number of misc dropped request received............................ 0
Number of requests sent............................................ 0 

Related Commands

show nac acl, show nac summary.

show nac summary

To display NAC summary information for a Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show nac summary command.

show nac summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

nac

Network Access Control.

summary

Summary information.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show nac summary
 
   
NAC ACL Name ...............................................
Index  Server Address                            Port     State
-----  ----------------------------------------  ----     -----
1      xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx                           13336    Enabled 

Related Commands

show nac acl, show nac statistics.

show netuser

To display local network user accounts, use the show netuser command.

show netuser

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

netuser

Network users.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show netuser
 
   
User Name               WLAN Id        Description
----------------------- -------------- --------------------------------
krebbis                   1             all krebbis

Related Commands

config netuser add, config netuser delete, config netuser password, config netuser wlan-id

show network

To display the network configuration of the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show network command.

show network

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

network

Network configuration.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show network
 
   
RF-Network Name............................. mikemesh
Web Mode.................................... Disable
Secure Web Mode............................. Enable
Secure Shell (ssh).......................... Enable
Telnet...................................... Disable
Ethernet Multicast Mode..................... Disable
User Idle Timeout........................... 300 seconds
ARP Idle Timeout............................ 300 seconds
ARP Unicast Mode............................ Disabled
Cisco AP Default Master..................... Disable
Mgmt Via Wireless Interface................. Disable
Bridge AP Zero Config....................... Enable
Bridge Shared Secret........................ admin
Allow Old Bridging Aps To Authenticate...... Enable
Over The Air Provisioning of AP's........... Enable
Mobile Peer to Peer Blocking................ Disable
Apple Talk................................ Disable
AP Fallback............................... Enable
Web Auth Redirect Ports................... 80
Fast SSID Change.......................... Disabled

Related Commands

config network arptimeout, config network bcast-ssid, config network dsport, config network master-base, config network mgmt-via-wireless, config network params, config network rf-mobility-domain, config network secureweb, config network secweb-passwd, config network ssh, config network telnet, config network usertimeout, config network vlan, config network webmode

show pmk-cache

To display information about the PMK cache, use the show port command.

show pmk-cache {all | MAC}

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

pmk-cache

PMK cache.

all

Display information about all entries in the PMK cache.

MAC

Display information about a single entry in the PMK cache.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show pmk-cache xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
 
   
 
   
> show pmk-cache all
 
   
PMK Cache
                    Entry
Station             Lifetime   VLAN Override          IP Override
-----------------   --------   --------------------   ---------------

Related Commands

config pmk-cache delete

show port

To display the Cisco Wireless LAN controller port settings on an individual or global basis, use the show port command.

show port {port | summary}

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

port

Cisco Wireless LAN controller port.

{port | summary}

Individual port or all ports.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show port 1
 
   
           STP   Admin   Physical   Physical   Link   Link    Mcast
Pr  Type   Stat   Mode     Mode      Status   Status  Trap   Appliance   POE
-- ------- ---- ------- ---------- ---------- ------ ------- --------- -------
1  Normal  Disa Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Down   Enable  Enable     N/A

Note Some WLAN controllers may not have multicast or Power over Ethernet (PoE) listed because they do not support those features.


 
   
> show port summary
 
   
           STP   Admin   Physical   Physical   Link   Link    Mcast
Pr  Type   Stat   Mode     Mode      Status   Status  Trap   Appliance   POE
-- ------- ---- ------- ---------- ---------- ------ ------- --------- -------
1  Normal  Forw Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Up     Enable  Enable     N/A
2  Normal  Disa Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Down   Enable  Enable     N/A
3  Normal  Disa Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Down   Enable  Enable     N/A
4  Normal  Disa Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Down   Enable  Enable     N/A
 
   

Note Some WLAN controllers may have only one port listed because they have only one physical port.


config ap port, config network dsport, config mirror port, config port adminmode, config port linktrap, config port power

show qos queue_length all

To display quality of service (QoS) information (queue length), use the show qos command.

show qos queue_length all

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

qos

Quality of Service information.

queue_length all

Display queue lengths.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show qos queue_length all
 
   
Platinum queue length.......................... 255
Gold queue length.............................. 255
Silver queue length............................ 150
Bronze queue length............................ 100

Related Commands

config qos

SHOW RADIUS COMMANDS

Use the SHOW RADIUS commands to display RADIUS settings.

show radius acct statistics

To display the RADIUS accounting server statistics for the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show radius acct statistics command.

show radius acct statistics

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

radius acct

RADIUS accounting server.

statistics

Displays RADIUS accounting server statistics.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show radius acct statistics
 
   
Accounting Servers:
Server Index..................................... 1
Server Address................................... 10.1.17.10
Msg Round Trip Time.............................. 0 (1/100 second)
First Requests................................... 0
Retry Requests................................... 0
Accounting Responses............................. 0
Malformed Msgs................................... 0
Bad Authenticator Msgs........................... 0
Pending Requests................................. 0
Timeout Requests................................. 0
Unknowntype Msgs................................. 0
Other Drops...................................... 0

Related Commands

show radius auth statistics, show radius summary

show radius auth statistics

To display the RADIUS authentication server statistics for the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show radius auth statistics command.

show radius auth statistics

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

radius auth

RADIUS authentication server.

statistics

Display RADIUS authentication server statistics.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show radius auth statistics
 
   
Authentication Servers:
  Server Index..................................... 1
  Server Address................................... 1.1.1.1
  Msg Round Trip Time.............................. 0 (1/100 second)
  First Requests................................... 0
  Retry Requests................................... 0
  Accept Responses................................. 0
  Reject Responses................................. 0
  Challenge Responses.............................. 0
  Malformed Msgs................................... 0
  Bad Authenticator Msgs........................... 0
  Pending Requests................................. 0
  Timeout Requests................................. 0
  Unknowntype Msgs................................. 0
  Other Drops...................................... 0

Related Commands

show radius acct statistics, show radius summary

show radius rfc3576 statistics

To display the RADIUS rfc3576 server statistics for the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show radius rfc3576 statistics command.

RFC 3576, an extension to the RADIUS protocol, allows dynamic changes to a user session. This includes support for disconnecting users and changing authorizations applicable to a user session; that is, it provides support for Disconnect and Change-of-Authorization (CoA) messages. Disconnect messages cause a user session to be terminated immediately, whereas CoA messages modify session authorization attributes such as data filters.

show radius rfc3576 statistics

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

radius rfc3576

RADIUS RFC3576 server.

statistics

Display RADIUS RFC-3576 server statistics.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show radius rfc3576 statistics
 
   
RFC-3576 Servers:
Server Index..................................... 1
Server Address................................... 10.1.17.10
Msg Round Trip Time.............................. 0 (1/100 second)
First Requests................................... 0
Retry Requests................................... 0
Accounting Responses............................. 0
Malformed Msgs................................... 0
Bad Authenticator Msgs........................... 0
Pending Requests................................. 0
Timeout Requests................................. 0
Unknown type Msgs................................. 0
Other Drops...................................... 0

Related Commands

show radius auth statistics, show radius summary, show radius rfc3576

show radius summary

To display the RADIUS authentication and accounting server summary, use the show radius summary command.

show radius summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

radius

RADIUS authentication server.

summary

Server summary.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show radius summary
 
   
Vendor Id Backward Compatibility................. Disabled
Credentials Caching.............................. Disabled
Call Station Id Type............................. IP Address
Administrative Authentication via RADIUS......... Enabled
 
   
Authentication Servers
 
   
Index  Type  Server Address    Port    State     Tout  RFC-3576  IPSec - AuthMod
e/Phase1/Group/Lifetime/Auth/Encr
-----  ----  ----------------  ------  --------  ----  --------  ---------------
---------------------------------
 
   
Accounting Servers
 
   
Index  Type  Server Address    Port    State     Tout  RFC-3576  IPSec - AuthMod
e/Phase1/Group/Lifetime/Auth/Encr
-----  ----  ----------------  ------  --------  ----  --------  ---------------
---------------------------------

Related Commands

show radius auth statistics, show radius acct statistics

SHOW RFID COMMANDS

Use the SHOW RFID commands to display rfid settings.

show rfid config

To display Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag tracking information, use the show rfid config command.

show rfid config

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rfid

Network configuration.

config

Configuration options for RFID tag tracking.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rfid config
 
   
RFID Tag data Collection.................... Enabled
RRID Tag Auto-Timeout....................... Enable
RFID Client data Collection................. Disabled
RFID data timeout........................... 1200 seconds

Related Commands

config rfid, show rfid summary, show rfid detail.

show rfid detail

To display detailed information about an RFID tag, use the show rfid detail command.

show rfid detail MAC

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rfid

Network configuration.

detail

Detailed information for one RFID tag.

MAC

Show tag details for this MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rfid detail xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx

Related Commands

config rfid, show rfid config, show rfid summary.

show rfid summary

To display summary information about all known RFID tag tracking tags, use the show rfid summary command.

show rfid summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rfid

Network configuration.

summary

Summary information for all known RFID tags.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rfid summary
 
   
    RFID ID     TYPE   Closest AP    RSSI  Time Since Last Heard
-------------- ------ ------------- ------ ---------------------

Related Commands

config rfid, show rfid config, show rfid detail.

SHOW ROGUE ADHOC COMMANDS

Use the ROGUE ADHOC commands rogue adhoc settings.

show rogue adhoc detailed

To show details of an ad-hoc rogue access point detected by the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue adhoc client detailed command.

show rogue adhoc detailed MAC

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rogue adhoc

Ad-hoc rogue.

detailed

Display detailed information.

MAC

Ad-hoc rogue MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rogue adhoc detailed 00:40:96:90:d1:6a
 
   
Adhoc Rogue MAC Address........................ 00:40:96:90:d1:6a
State.......................................... Alert
First Time Adhoc Rogue was Reported............ Sat Aug  9 15:48:50 2003
Last Time Adhoc Rogue was Reported............. Sat Aug  9 21:16:50 2003
Reported By
    AP 1
        MAC Address............................ 00:0b:85:01:88:b0
        Name................................... AP1
        Radio Type............................. 802.11b
        SSID................................... Chichen
        Channel................................ 6
        RSSI................................... -60 dBm
        SNR.................................... 40 dB

Related Commands

show rogue adhoc summary

show rogue adhoc summary

To display a summary of the ad-hoc rogue access points detected by the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue adhoc summary command.

show rogue adhoc summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rogue adhoc

Ad-hoc rogue access point.

summary

Displays a list of all Adhoc Rogues.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rogue adhoc summary
 
   
Client MAC Address   Adhoc BSSID    State  # APs       Last Heard
------------------   ----- -----    -----    ---       -------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx                   Alert    1         Sat Aug  9 21:12:50 2004
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx                   Alert    1         Aug  9 21:12:50 2003
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx                   Alert    1         Sat Aug  9 21:10:50 2003 

Related Commands

show rogue adhoc detailed

SHOW ROGUE AP COMMANDS

Use the ROGUE AP commands to display rogue access point settings.

show rogue ap clients

To show details of a rogue access point clients detected by the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue ap clients command.

show rogue ap clients MAC

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rogue ap

Rogue access point.

clients

Summary information.

MAC

Rogue access point MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rogue ap clients xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx

Related Commands

show rogue ap summary

show rogue ap detailed

To show details of a rogue access point detected by the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue-ap detailed command.

show rogue ap detailed MAC

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rogue ap

Rogue access point.

detailed

Display detailed information.

MAC

Rogue access point MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rogue ap detailed xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
 
   
Rogue BSSID...................................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Is Rogue on Wired Network........................ No (Unknown if WEP is enabled)
State............................................ Alert
First Time Rogue was Reported.................... Thu Aug  4 16:03:08 2005
Last Time Rogue was Reported..................... Thu Aug  4 19:06:08 2005
Reported By
    AP 1
        MAC Address.............................. xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
        Name..................................... AP02
        Radio Type............................... 802.11a
        SSID..................................... vwent
        Channel.................................. 60
        RSSI..................................... -80 dBm
        SNR...................................... 8 dB
        Encryption............................... Disabled
        ShortPreamble............................ Disabled
        WPA Support.............................. Disabled
        Last reported by this AP................. Thu Aug  4 19:06:08 2005

Related Commands

show rogue ap summary, show rogue ap clients

show rogue ap summary

To display a summary of the rogue access points detected by the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue-ap summary command.

show rogue ap summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rogue ap

Rogue access point.

summary

Display a list of all rogue access points.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rogue ap summary
 
   
Rogue Location Discovery Protocol................  Disabled
RLDP Auto-Contain................................  Disabled
 
   
MAC Address        State              # APs # Clients Last Heard
-----------------  ------------------ ----- --------- -----------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     0         Thu Aug  4 18:57:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     0         Thu Aug  4 19:00:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     0         Thu Aug  4 18:57:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     0         Thu Aug  4 18:57:11 2005

Related Commands

show rogue ap detailed, show rogue ap clients

SHOW ROGUE CLIENT COMMANDS

Use the following ROGUE CLIENT commands to display the rogue client settings.

show rogue client detailed

To show details of a rogue client detected by a Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue client detailed command.

show rogue client detailed MAC

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rogue client

Rogue client.

detailed

Provide detailed information for a rogue client.

MAC

Rogue client MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rogue client detailed xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
 
   
Rogue BSSID...................................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
State............................................ Alert
First Time Rogue was Reported.................... Thu Aug  4 18:51:08 2005
Last Time Rogue was Reported..................... Thu Aug  4 19:00:08 2005
Rogue Client IP address.......................... 192.168.1.117
Reported By
    AP 1
        MAC Address.............................. xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
        Name..................................... AP02
        Radio Type............................... 802.11a
        RSSI..................................... -1 dBm
        SNR...................................... -1 dB
        Channel.................................. 56
        Last reported by this AP................. Thu Aug  4 19:00:08 2005

Related Commands

show rogue client summary

show rogue client summary

To display a summary of the rogue clients detected by the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue client summary command.

show rogue client summary

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

rogue client

Rogue client.

summary

Display a list of all rogue clients.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rogue client summary
 
   
MAC Address        State              # APs Last Heard
-----------------  ------------------ ----- -----------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:00:08 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:00:08 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:00:08 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:00:08 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:00:08 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:00:08 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:09:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:03:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:03:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:09:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 18:57:08 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  Alert              1     Thu Aug  4 19:12:08 2005

Related Commands

show rogue client detailed

show route summary

To show the routes assigned to the Cisco Wireless LAN controller service port, use the show route summary command.

show route summary

Syntax Description

show route

Command action.

summary

Display all the configured routes.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show route summary
 
   
Number of Routes............................... 1
 
   
Destination Network          Genmask               Gateway
-------------------    -------------------   -------------------
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx        255.255.255.0         xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Related Commands

config route

show rules

To show the active internal firewall rules, use the show rules command.

show rules

Syntax Description

show rules

Display active internal firewall rules.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show rules
 
   
--------------------------------------------------------
Rule ID.............: 3
Ref count...........: 0
Precedence..........: 99999999
Flags...............: 00000001 ( PASS )
Source IP range:
        (Local stack)
Destination IP range:
        (Local stack)
--------------------------------------------------------
Rule ID.............: 25
Ref count...........: 0
Precedence..........: 99999999
Flags...............: 00000001 ( PASS )
Service Info
        Service name........: GDB
        Protocol............: 6
        Source port low.....: 0
        Source port high....: 0
        Dest port low.......: 1000
        Dest port high......: 1000
Source IP range:
IP High............: 0.0.0.0
        Interface..........: ANY
Destination IP range:
        (Local stack)
--------------------------------------------------------
...

Related Commands

None.

show run-config

To show a comprehensive view of the current Cisco Wireless LAN controller configuration, use the show run-config command.

show run-config

Syntax Description

show run-config

Command action.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show run-config
 
   
Press Enter to continue...
 
   
System Inventory
Switch Description............................... Cisco Controller
Machine Model.................................... 
Serial Number.................................... FLS0923003B
Burned-in MAC Address............................ xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Crypto Accelerator 1............................. Absent
Crypto Accelerator 2............................. Absent
Power Supply 1................................... Absent
Power Supply 2................................... Present, OK
 
   
Press Enter to continue Or <Ctl Z> to abort...

Note Some WLAN controllers may have no Crypto Accelerator (VPN Termination Module) or Power Supplies listed because they have no provisions for VPN Termination Modules or Power Supplies.


Related Commands

config route

show serial

To show the serial (console) port configuration, use the show serial command.

show serial

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

serial

Display EIA-232 parameters and serial port inactivity timeout.


Defaults

9600, 8, off, 1, none.

Examples

> show serial
 
   
Serial Port Login Timeout (minutes)......... 45
Baud Rate................................... 9600
Character Size.............................. 8
Flow Control:............................... Disable
Stop Bits................................... 1
Parity Type:................................ none

Related Commands

config serial baudrate, config serial timeout

show sessions

To show the console port login timeout and maximum number of simultaneous Command Line Interface (CLI) sessions, use the show sessions command.

show sessions

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

sessions

Display CLI session configuration information.


Defaults

5 minutes, 5 sessions.

Examples

> show sessions
 
   
CLI Login Timeout (minutes)............ 0
Maximum Number of CLI Sessions......... 5
 
   

The response indicates that the CLI sessions never time out and that the Cisco Wireless LAN controller can host up to five simultaneous CLI sessions.

Related Commands

config sessions maxsessions, config sessions timeout

show snmpcommunity

To display SNMP community entries, use the show snmpcommunity command.

show snmpcommunity

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

snmpcommunity

Display SNMP community entries.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show snmpcommunity
 
   
SNMP Community Name Client IP Address Client IP Mask    Access Mode Status
------------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------- --------
public              0.0.0.0           0.0.0.0           Read Only   Enable
**********          0.0.0.0           0.0.0.0           Read/Write  Enable

Related Commands

config snmp version, config snmp community mode, config snmp community accessmode, config snmp community create, config snmp community delete, config snmp community ipaddr

show snmptrap

To show the Cisco Wireless LAN controller SNMP trap receivers and their status, use the show snmptrap command.

show snmptrap

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

snmptrap

SNMP trap receivers.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show snmptrap
 
   
SNMP Trap Receiver Name    IP Address        Status
------------------------   ----------------- --------
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx            xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx   Enable

Related Commands

config snmp version, config snmp trapreceiver

show snmpv3user

To show the SNMP version 3 configuration, use the show snmpv3user command.

show snmpv3user

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

snmpv3user

SNMP version 3 configuration information.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show snmpv3user
 
   
SNMP v3 User Name    AccessMode  Authentication Encryption
-------------------- ----------- -------------- ----------
default              Read/Write  HMAC-MD5       CBC-DES

Related Commands

config snmp version, config snmp v3user

show snmpversion

To show the SNMP version status, use the show snmpversion command.

show snmpversion

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

snmpversion

Display SNMP v1/v2/v3c status (enabled or disabled).


Defaults

Enable.

Examples

> show snmpversion
 
   
SNMP v1  Mode.................................. Disable
SNMP v2c Mode.................................. Enable
SNMP v3  Mode.................................. Enable

Related Commands

config snmp version

show spanningtree port

To show the Cisco Wireless LAN controller spanning tree port configuration, use the show spanningtree port command.

When the a Cisco 4400 Series wireless LAN controller is configured for port redundancy, spanning tree protocol must be disabled for all ports on the Cisco 4400 series wireless LAN controller. Spanning tree protocol can remain enabled on the switch connected to the Cisco 4400 series wireless LAN controller.

show spanningtree port port

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

spanningtree

Spanning tree.

port

Display spanning tree values on a per port basis.

port

Physical port number:

1 through 4 on Cisco 2000 series wireless LAN controller.

1 or 2 on Cisco 4100 series wireless LAN controller.

1 or 2 on Cisco 4402 series wireless LAN controller.

1 through 4 on Cisco 4404 series wireless LAN controller.



Note Some WLAN controllers do not support the spanning tree function.


Defaults

800C, Disabled, 802.1D, 128, 100, Auto.

Examples

> show spanningtree port 3
 
   
STP Port ID................................. 800C
STP Port State.............................. Disabled
STP Port Administrative Mode................ 802.1D
STP Port Priority........................... 128
STP Port Path Cost.......................... 100
STP Port Path Cost Mode..................... Auto

Related Commands

config spanningtree port

show spanningtree switch

To show the Cisco Wireless LAN controller network (DS port) spanning tree configuration, use the show spanningtree switch command.

show spanningtree switch

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

spanningtree

Spanning tree.

switch

Display spanning tree values on a per switch basis.



Note Some WLAN controllers do not support the spanning tree function.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show spanningtree switch
 
   
STP Specification...................... IEEE 802.1D
STP Base MAC Address................... 00:0B:85:02:0D:20
Spanning Tree Algorithm................ Disable
STP Bridge Priority.................... 32768
STP Bridge Max. Age (seconds).......... 20
STP Bridge Hello Time (seconds)........ 2
STP Bridge Forward Delay (seconds)..... 15

Related Commands

config spanningtree switch bridgepriority, config spanningtree switch forwarddelay, config spanningtree switch hellotime, config spanningtree switch maxage, config spanningtree switch mode

SHOW STATS COMMANDS

Use the SHOW STATS commands to display controller statistics.

show stats port

To show physical port receive and transmit statistics, use the show stats port command.

show stats port {detailed port | summary port}

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

stats

Statistics.

port

Port.

detailed

Display detailed port statistics.

summary

Display port summary statistics.

port

Physical port number:

1 through 4 on Cisco 2000 Series wireless LAN controllers.

1 or 2 on Cisco 4100 Series wireless LAN controllers.

1 or 2 on Cisco 4402 Series wireless LAN controllers.

1 through 4 on Cisco 4404 Series wireless LAN controllers.

1 on Cisco WLCM Series wireless LAN controllers.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show stats port summary 1
 
   
Packets Received Without Error................. 399958
Packets Received With Error.................... 0
Broadcast Packets Received..................... 8350
Packets Transmitted Without Error.............. 106060
Transmit Packets Errors........................ 0
Collisions Frames.............................. 0
Time Since Counters Last Cleared............... 2 day 11 hr 16 min 23 sec
 
   
> show stats port detailed 1
 
   
PACKETS RECEIVED (OCTETS)
Total Bytes...................................... 267799881
64 byte pkts        :918281
65-127 byte pkts    :354016         128-255 byte pkts   :1283092
256-511 byte pkts   :8406           512-1023 byte pkts  :3006
1024-1518 byte pkts :1184           1519-1530 byte pkts :0
> 1530 byte pkts    :2
 
   
PACKETS RECEIVED SUCCESSFULLY
Total............................................ 2567987
Unicast Pkts  :2547844       Multicast Pkts:0          Broadcast Pkts:20143
 
   
PACKETS RECEIVED WITH MAC ERRORS
Total............................................ 0
Jabbers   :0               Undersize :0               Alignment :0
FCS Errors:0               Overruns  :0
 
   
RECEIVED PACKETS NOT FORWARDED
Total............................................ 0
Local Traffic Frames:0              RX Pause Frames     :0
Unacceptable Frames :0              VLAN Membership     :0
VLAN Viable Discards:0              MulticastTree Viable:0
ReserveAddr Discards:0
CFI Discards        :0              Upstream Threshold  :0
 
   
PACKETS TRANSMITTED (OCTETS)
Total Bytes...................................... 353831
64 byte pkts        :0              65-127 byte pkts    :0
128-255 byte pkts   :0              256-511 byte pkts   :0
512-1023 byte pkts  :0              1024-1518 byte pkts :2
1519-1530 byte pkts :0              Max Info            :1522
 
   
PACKETS TRANSMITTED SUCCESSFULLY
Total............................................ 5875
Unicast Pkts  :5868           Multicast Pkts:0           Broadcast Pkts:7
 
   
 
   
TRANSMIT ERRORS
Total Errors..................................... 0
FCS Error     :0           TX Oversized  :0           Underrun Error:0
 
   
TRANSMIT DISCARDS
Total Discards................................... 0
Single Coll Frames  :0              Multiple Coll Frames:0
Excessive Coll Frame:0              Port Membership     :0
VLAN Viable Discards:0
 
   
PROTOCOL STATISTICS
BPDUs Received      :6              BPDUs Transmitted   :0
802.3x RX PauseFrame:0
 
   
Time Since Counters Last Cleared............... 2 day 0 hr 39 min 59 sec

Related Commands

config port adminmode

show stats switch

To show the network (DS port) receive and transmit statistics, use the show stats switch command.

show stats switch {detailed | summary}

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

stats

Statistics.

switch

Cisco Wireless LAN controller.

detailed

Display detailed switch statistics.

summary

Display switch summary statistics.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show stats switch summary
 
   
Packets Received Without Error................. 136410
Broadcast Packets Received..................... 18805
Packets Received With Error.................... 0
Packets Transmitted Without Error.............. 78002
Broadcast Packets Transmitted.................. 3340
Transmit Packet Errors......................... 2
Address Entries Currently In Use............... 26
VLAN Entries Currently In Use.................. 1
Time Since Counters Last Cleared............... 2 day 11 hr 22 min 17 sec
 
   
> show stats switch detailed
 
   
RECEIVE
Octets........................................... 19351718
Total Pkts....................................... 183468
Unicast Pkts..................................... 180230
Multicast Pkts................................... 3219
Broadcast Pkts................................... 19
Pkts Discarded................................... 0
 
   
TRANSMIT
Octets........................................... 354251
Total Pkts....................................... 5882
Unicast Pkts..................................... 5875
Multicast Pkts................................... 0
Broadcast Pkts................................... 7
Pkts Discarded................................... 0
 
   
ADDRESS ENTRIES
Most Ever Used................................... 1
Currently In Use................................. 1
 
   
VLAN ENTRIES
Maximum.......................................... 128
Most Ever Used................................... 1
Static In Use.................................... 1
Dynamic In Use................................... 0
VLANs Deleted.................................... 0
Time Since Ctrs Last Cleared..................... 2 day 0 hr 43 min 22 sec

Related Commands

config network dsport

show switchconfig

To display parameters that apply to the Cisco Wireless LAN controller use the show switchconfig command.

show switchconfig

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

switchconfig

Display parameters that apply to the Cisco Wireless LAN controller.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show switchconfig
 
   
802.3x Flow Control Mode......................... Disable
Current LWAPP Transport Mode..................... Layer 3
LWAPP Transport Mode after next switch reboot.... Layer 3

Related Commands

config switchconfig flowcontrol, config switchconfig mode

show sysinfo

To show high-level Cisco Wireless LAN controller information, use the show sysinfo command.

show sysinfo

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

sysinfo

Cisco Wireless LAN controller information.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show sysinfo
 
   
Manufacturer's Name.......................... <company name>
Product Name................................. 
Product Version.............................. 1.2.48.0
RTOS Version................................. 1.2.48.0
Bootloader Version........................... 1.1.11.0
 
   
System Name.................................. IT2003
System Location.............................. Andrew 1
System Contact............................... Wireless_administrator
System ObjectID.............................. 1.3.6.1.4.1.14179
IP Address................................... 172.168.2.36
System Up Time............................... 2 days 11 hrs 30 mins 1 secs
 
   
Configured Country........................... United States
Operating Environment........................ Commercial (0 to 40 C)
Internal Temp Alarm Limits................... 0 to 65 C
Internal Temperature......................... +38 C
 
   
State of 802.11b Network..................... Enabled
State of 802.11a Network..................... Enabled
Number of WLANs.............................. 2
3rd Party Access Point Support............... Disabled
Number of Active Clients..................... 1
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Related Commands

config ap, config country, config sysname, config wlan

show syslog

To show the Cisco Wireless LAN controller SNMP trap logging status or target IP Address, use the show syslog command.

show syslog

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

syslog

Display the state of system syslog.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show syslog
 
   
Syslog destination............................. disabled
 
   
> show syslog
 
   
Syslog destination............................. xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Related Commands

config syslog

show tech-support

To show Cisco Wireless LAN controller variables frequently requested by Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC), use the show tech-support command.

show tech-support

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

tech-support

Display system resource information.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show tech-support
 
   
Current CPU Load................................. 0%
 
   
System Buffers
   Max Free Buffers.............................. 4608
   Free Buffers.................................. 4604
   Buffers In Use................................ 4
 
   
Web Server Resources
   Descriptors Allocated......................... 152
   Descriptors Used.............................. 3
   Segments Allocated............................ 152
   Segments Used................................. 3
 
   
System Resources
   Uptime........................................ 747040 Secs
   Total Ram..................................... 127552 Kbytes
   Free Ram...................................... 19540 Kbytes
   Shared Ram.................................... 0 Kbytes
   Buffer Ram.................................... 460 Kbytes

Related Commands

None.

show time

To show the Cisco Wireless LAN controller time and date, use the show time command.

show time

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

time

Cisco Wireless LAN controller time and date.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show time
 
   
Time............................................. Thu Aug  4 19:51:49 2005
 
   
Timezone delta................................... 0:0
Daylight savings................................. disabled
 
   
NTP Servers
    NTP Polling Interval.........................     86400
 
   
     Index              NTP Server
    -------  --------------------------------

Related Commands

config time

show trapflags

To show the Cisco Wireless LAN controller SNMP trap flags, use the show trapflags command.

show trapflags

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

trapflags

Display the Cisco Wireless LAN controller SNMP trap flags.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show trapflags
 
   
Authentication Flag............................ Enable
Link Up/Down Flag.............................. Enable
Multiple Users Flag............................ Enable
Spanning Tree Flag............................. Enable
 
   
Client Related Traps
        802.11 Disassociation......................... Disable
        802.11 Deauthenticate......................... Disable
        802.11 Authenticate Failure................... Disable
        802.11 Association Failure.................... Disable
        Excluded...................................... Disable
 
   
802.11 Security related traps
        WEP Decrypt Error............................. Enable
 
   
Cisco AP
        Register...................................... Enable
        InterfaceUp................................... Enable
 
   
Auto-RF Profiles
        Load.......................................... Enable
        Noise......................................... Enable
        Interference.................................. Enable
        Coverage...................................... Enable
 
   
Auto-RF Thresholds
        tx-power...................................... Enable
        channel....................................... Enable
        antenna....................................... Enable
 
   
AAA
        auth.......................................... Enable
        servers....................................... Enable
 
   
rogueap........................................ Enable
 
   
wps............................................ Enable
 
   
configsave..................................... Enable
 
   
IP Security
        esp-auth...................................... Enable
        esp-replay.................................... Enable
        invalidSPI.................................... Enable
        ike-neg....................................... Enable
        suite-neg..................................... Enable
        invalid-cookie................................ Enable

Related Commands

config trapflags authentication, config trapflags linkmode, config trapflags multiusers, config trapflags stpmode, config trapflags client, config trapflags ap, config trapflags rrm-profile, config trapflags rrm-params, config trapflags aaa, config trapflags rogueap, config trapflags configsave, config trapflags ipsec, show traplog

show traplog

To show the Cisco Wireless LAN controller SNMP trap log, use the show traplog command.

show traplog

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

traplog

Cisco Wireless LAN controller SNMP trap log.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show traplog
 
   
Number of Traps Since Last Reset........... 2447
Number of Traps Since Log Last Displayed... 2447
 
   
Log System Time              Trap
--- ------------------------ -------------------------------------------------
  0 Thu Aug  4 19:54:14 2005 Rogue AP : 00:0b:85:52:62:fe detected on Base Rad
                             io MAC : 00:0b:85:18:b6:50  Interface no:1(802.11
                             b/g) with RSSI: -78 and SNR: 10
  1 Thu Aug  4 19:54:14 2005 Rogue AP : 00:0b:85:52:19:d8 detected on Base Rad
                             io MAC : 00:0b:85:18:b6:50  Interface no:1(802.11
                             b/g) with RSSI: -72 and SNR: 16
  2 Thu Aug  4 19:54:14 2005 Rogue AP : 00:0b:85:26:a1:8d detected on Base Rad
                             io MAC : 00:0b:85:18:b6:50  Interface no:1(802.11
                             b/g) with RSSI: -82 and SNR: 6
  3 Thu Aug  4 19:54:14 2005 Rogue AP : 00:0b:85:14:b3:4f detected on Base Rad
                             io MAC : 00:0b:85:18:b6:50  Interface no:1(802.11
                             b/g) with RSSI: -56 and SNR: 30
 
   
Would you like to display more entries? (y/n)

Related Commands

show trapflags

show watchlist

To display the client watchlist, use the show watchlist command.

show watchlist

Syntax Description

show

Command action.

watchlist

Display client watchlist entry.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show watchlist 
client watchlist state is disabled

Related Commands

config watchlist delete, config watchlist enable, config watchlist disable, config watchlist add

show wlan

To show wireless LAN configuration information, use the show wlan command.

show wlan {mobility anchor wlan_id | summary | wlan_id | foreignAp}

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

wlan

Wireless LAN.

mobility anchor

Display the mobility WLAN anchor list.

summary

Displays a summary of all wireless LANs.

wlan_id

Wireless LAN identifier from 1 to 16.

foreignAp

Displays the configuration for support of foreign access points.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show wlan 1
 
   
WLAN Identifier.................................. 1
Network Name (SSID).............................. openssl
Status........................................... Disabled
MAC Filtering.................................... Disabled
Broadcast SSID................................... Enabled
AAA Policy Override.............................. Disabled
Network Access Control........................... Disabled
Number of Active Clients......................... 0
Exclusionlist Timeout............................ 60 seconds
Session Timeout.................................. 1800 seconds
Interface........................................ management
DHCP Server...................................... Default
Quality of Service............................... Silver (best effort)
WMM.............................................. Disabled
802.11e.......................................... Disabled
Dot11-Phone Mode (7920).......................... Disabled
Wired Protocol................................... None
IPv6 Support..................................... Disabled
Radio Policy..................................... All
Security
   802.11 Authentication:........................ Open System
   Static WEP Keys............................... Disabled
   802.1X........................................ Enabled
        Encryption:..................................... 104-bit WEP
   Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA1)................. Disabled
   Wi-Fi Protected Access v2 (WPA2).............. Disabled
   IP Security Passthru.......................... Disabled
   Web Based Authentication...................... Disabled
   Web-Passthrough............................... Disabled
   Auto Anchor................................... Disabled
 
   
> show wlan summary
 
   
Number of WLANs.................................. 1
 
   
WLAN ID  WLAN Name             Status
------- ---------------------- ---------
1       m4404                  Enabled

Related Commands

config wlan blacklist, config wlan create, config wlan delete, config wlan dhcp_server, config wlan disable, config wlan enable, config wlan mac-filtering, config wlan qos, config wlan radio, config wlan security 802.1X, config wlan security 802.1X encryption, config wlan security cranite, config wlan security ipsec, config wlan security ipsec authentication, config wlan security ipsec encryption, config wlan security ipsec ike authentication, config wlan security ipsec ike DH-Group, config wlan security ipsec ike lifetime, config wlan security ipsec ike phase1, config wlan security passthru, config wlan security static-wep-key, config wlan security static-wep-key encryption, config wlan security web, config wlan security web passthru, config wlan security wpa, config wlan security wpa encryption, config wlan timeout

show wps

To display the Wireless Protection System configuration on the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, use the show wps command.

show wps {ap-authentication summary | signature summary | summary}

Syntax Description

show

Command action.

wps

Display WPS configuration.

ap-authentication summary

Display AP neighbor WPS authentication.

signature summary

Display the WPS signature summary.

summary

Display the WPS summary.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show wps ap-authentication summary
 
   
AP neighbor authentication is <disabled>.
 
   
Authentication alarm threshold is 1.
RF-Network Name: <B1>
 
   
 
   
> show wps signature summary
 
   
Precedence....................................... 1
Signature Name................................... Bcast deauth
Type............................................. Standard
FrameType........................................ management
State............................................ enabled
Action........................................... report
Frequency........................................ 30 pkts/sec
Interval......................................... 1 sec
Quiet Time....................................... 300 sec
Description...................................... Broadcast Deauthentication Frame
Patterns:
                0:0x00c0:0x03ff
                4:0x01:0x01
 
   
 
   
Precedence....................................... 2
Signature Name................................... NULL probe resp 1
Type............................................. Standard
FrameType........................................ management
State............................................ enabled
Action........................................... report
Frequency........................................ 1 pkts/sec
Interval......................................... 1 sec
Quiet Time....................................... 300 sec
Description...................................... NULL Probe Response - Zero length SSID 
element
Patterns:
                0:0x0050:0x03ff
                36:0x0000:0xffff
 
   
> show wps summary
 
   
Client Exclusion Policy
  Excessive 802.11-association failures.......... Enabled
  Excessive 802.11-authentication failures....... Enabled
  Excessive 802.1x-authentication................ Enabled
  Network access control failure................. Enabled
  IP-theft....................................... Enabled
  Excessive Web authentication failure........... Enabled
 
   
Trusted AP Policy
  Mis-configured AP Action....................... Alarm Only
    Enforced encryption policy................... none
    Enforced preamble policy..................... none
    Enforced radio type policy................... none
    Validate SSID................................ Disabled
  Alert if Trusted AP is missing................. Disabled
  Trusted AP timeout............................. 120
 
   
Untrusted AP Policy
  Rogue Location Discovery Protocol.............. Disabled
    RLDP Action.................................. Alarm Only
  Rogue APs
    Automatically contain rogues advertising .... Alarm Only
    Detect Ad-Hoc Networks....................... Alarm Only
  Rogue Clients
    Validate rogue clients against AAA........... Disabled
    Detect trusted clients on rogue APs.......... Alarm Only
  Rogue AP timeout............................... 1200
 
   
Signature Policy
  Signature Processing........................... Enabled

Related Commands

config watchlist delete, config watchlist enable, config watchlist disable, config watchlist add

Setting Configurations

Use the config commands to configure Cisco Wireless LAN controller options and settings.

CONFIG 802.11A COMMANDS

Use the CONFIG 802.11a commands to configure 802.11a settings.

config 802.11a antenna extAntGain

To configure the 802.11a external antenna gain, use the config 802.11a antenna extAntGain command.

Use the config 802.11a disable command to disable the 802.11a Cisco radio before using the config 802.11a antenna command. After configuring the external antenna gain, use the config 802.11a enable command to enable the 802.11a Cisco radio.

config 802.11a antenna extAntGain antenna_gain Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a antenna

Antennas for 802.11a Cisco radio.

extAntGain

Configure external antenna gain.

antenna_gain

Enter antenna gain in 0.5 dBm units.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To set AP1 to use the 802.11a internal antennas:

 
   
> config 802.11a antenna extAntGain 1 AP02

Related Commands

config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable, config 802.11a diversity, config 802.11a antenna mode, config 802.11a selection.

config 802.11a antenna diversity

To configure the diversity option for 802.11a antennas, use the config 802.11a antenna diversity command.

config 802.11a antenna diversity {enable | sideA | sideB} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a antenna diversity

Diversity antennas for 802.11a.

enable

Between the two internal antennas.

sideA

Between the internal antennas and an external antenna connected to the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point right port.

sideB

Between the internal antennas and an external antenna connected to the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point left port.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To enable diversity for AP01:

> config 802.11a antenna diversity enable AP01
 
   

To enable diversity for AP01 using an external antenna connected to the Cisco lightweight access point Left port (sideA).

> config 802.11a antenna diversity sideA AP01

Related Commands

show ap config 802.11a, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable, config 802.11a extAntGain, config 802.11a antenna mode, config 802.11a selection.

config 802.11a antenna mode

To configure the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point to use one internal antenna for an 802.11a sectorized 180-degree coverage pattern, or both internal antennas for an 802.11a 360-degree omnidirectional pattern, use the config 802.11a antenna mode command.

config 802.11a antenna mode {omni | sectorA | sectorB} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a antenna mode

Antenna for 802.11a Cisco radio.

omni

Use both internal antennas.

sectorA

Use only the Side A internal antenna.

sectorB

Use only the Side B internal antenna.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series IEEE 802.11a/b/g lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config 802.11a antenna mode omni AP01

Related Commands

show ap config 802.11a, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable, config 802.11a diversity, config 802.11a antenna extAntGain, config 802.11a selection

config 802.11a antenna selection

To configure the 802.11a antenna selection (internal or external), use the config 802.11a antenna selection command.

config 802.11a antenna selection {internal | external} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a antenna selection

Antenna selection (internal or external) for 802.11a.

internal

Select internal antennas.

external

Select external antenna.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config 802.11a antenna selection internal AP02

Related Commands

show ap config 802.11a, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable, config 802.11a extAntGain, config 802.11a diversity, config 802.11a antenna mode.

config 802.11a beaconperiod

In Cisco wireless LAN solution 802.11a networks, all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point wireless LANs broadcast a beacon at regular intervals. This beacon notifies clients that 802.11a service is available, and allows the clients to synchronize with the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point. To change the 802.11a beacon period for the whole 802.11a network, use the config 802.11a beaconperiod command.

Before you change the beacon period using the config 802.11a beaconperiod command, make sure that you have disabled the 802.11a network using the config 802.11a disable command. When you are done changing the beacon period, remember to enable the 802.11a network using the config 802.11a enable command.

config 802.11a beaconperiod time_units

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network parameters.

beaconperiod

Send a beacon every 20 to 1000 milliseconds.

time_units

Beacon interval in time units (TU). One TU is 1024 micro seconds.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To configure an 802.11a network for a beacon period of 120 time units:

> config 802.11a beaconperiod 120

Related Commands

show 802.11a, config 802.11b beaconperiod, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable

config 802.11a channel

To configure an 802.11a network for automatic or manual channel selection, use the config 802.11a channel command.

When configuring 802.11a channels for a single Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config 802.11a disable command to disable the 802.11a network. Then use the config 802.11a channel command to set automatic channel selection by Radio Resource Management (RRM) or manually set the channel for the 802.11a Cisco radio. Then enable the 802.11a network using the config 802.11a enable command.

config 802.11a channel {global {auto | once | off} | Cisco_AP {global | channel}}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a channel

Cisco radio channel number.

global {auto | once | off}

Global channel control:

Enter auto to enable auto-RF.

Enter once to enable one-time auto-RF.

Enter off to disable auto-RF and set all channels to default.

Cisco_AP {global | channel}

Name of Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point or global setting for all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points.

Enter global to enable auto-RF.

Enter a channel number to set the default channel.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To have RRM automatically configure all 802.11a channels based on availability and interference:

> config 802.11a channel global auto
 
   

To have RRM automatically reconfigure all 802.11a channels one time based on availability and interference:

> config 802.11a channel global once
 
   

To turn 802.11a RRM automatic configuration off:

> config 802.11a channel global off
 
   

To configure all 802.11a channels in AP01:

> config 802.11a channel AP01 global
 
   

To configure 802.11a channel 36 in AP01 as the default channel:

> config 802.11a channel AP01 36

Related Commands

show 802.11a, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable, config 802.11b channel

config 802.11a disable

To disable 802.11a transmission for the whole network or for an individual Cisco radio, use the config 802.11a disable command. This command can be used any time the CLI interface is active.


Note You must use this command to disable the network before using many config 802.11a commands.


config 802.11a disable {network | Cisco_AP}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network parameters.

disable

Disables 802.11a transmission.

network

Disables transmission for the entire 802.11a network.

Cisco_AP

Disables transmission for an individual Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point Cisco radio.


Defaults

Transmission is enabled for the entire network by default.

Examples

To disable the whole 802.11a network:

> config 802.11a disable network
 
   

To disable AP01 802.11a transmissions:

> config 802.11a disable AP01

Related Commands

show sysinfo, show 802.11a, config 802.11a enable, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11b enable, config 802.11a beaconperiod

config 802.11a dtim

In 802.11 networks, the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point wireless LANs broadcast a beacon at regular intervals, which coincides with the DTIM (Delivery Traffic Indication Map). After the DTIM, if the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point has any frames buffered for broadcast or multicast, it transmits the buffered frames. This protocol allows power-saving clients to wake up at the appropriate time if they are expecting broadcast or multicast data.

Normally, the DTIM value is set to 1 (transmit broadcast and multicast after every beacon) or 2 (transmit after every other beacon). For instance, if the beaconperiod is 100 ms, and the DTIM value is set to 1, the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point transmits buffered broadcast and multicast frames 10 times a second; if the beaconperiod is 100 ms, and the DTIM value is set to 2, the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point transmits buffered broadcast and multicast frames five times a second; either of these settings may be suitable for applications, including VoIP, that expect frequent broadcast and multicast frames.

However, the DTIM value can be set as high as 255 (transmit broadcast and multicast after every 255th beacon), if all 802.11a clients have power save enabled. Because the clients only have to listen when the DTIM time is reached, they can be set to listen for broadcasts and multicasts less frequently, resulting in longer battery life. For instance, if the beaconperiod is 100 ms, and the DTIM value is set to 100, the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point transmits buffered broadcast and multicast frames once every 10 seconds, allowing the power saving clients to sleep longer between periods when they have to wake up and listen for broadcasts and multicasts, resulting in longer battery life.

Many applications cannot tolerate a long time between broadcast and multicast messages, resulting in poor protocol and application performance. A low DTIM value is indicated for 802.11a networks that support such clients.

To change the DTIM value for the whole 802.11a network, use the config 802.11a dtim command.

config 802.11a dtim period

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network parameters.

dtim

Delivery Traffic Indication Map.

period

DTIM value in number of beaconperiods.


Defaults

1 (every beaconperiod)

Examples

To configure the 802.11a network to transmit multicast and broadcast messages every other DTIM, or beaconperiod:

> config 802.11a dtim 2

Related Commands

show 802.11a, config 802.11a beaconperiod, config 802.11b dtim, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable

config 802.11a dtpc

To configure the 802.11a DTPC setting, use the config 802.11a dtpc command.

config 802.11a dtpc {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network parameters.

dtpc

Dynamic Transmit Power Control.

{enable | disable}

Enter enable to enable DTPC setting configuration.

Enter disable to disable DTPC setting configuration.


Defaults

Enabled by default.

Examples

> config 802.11a dtpc disable

Related Commands

show 802.11a, config 802.11a beaconperiod, config 802.11a dtim, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable

config 802.11a enable

Enable 802.11a transmissions for the whole network or for an individual Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point using the config 802.11a enable command. You must use this command to enable the network after configuring other 802.11a parameters.

Note that this command only enables the Cisco wireless LAN solution 802.11a network. To disable the 802.11a, 802.11b and/or 802.11g networks for an individual wireless LAN, use the config wlan radio command.

This command can be used any time the CLI interface is active.

config 802.11a enable {network | Cisco_AP}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network parameters.

enable

Disables/enables 802.11a.

network

For the whole network.

Cisco_AP

Override the network setting for an individual Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point Cisco radio.


Defaults

Network = enabled.

Examples

To enable the whole 802.11a network:

> config 802.11a enable network
 

To enable AP1 802.11a transmissions:

> config 802.11a enable AP1

Related Commands

show sysinfo, show 802.11a, config wlan radio, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11b enable, config 802.11b 11gSupport enable, config 802.11b 11gSupport disable

config 802.11a fragmentation

To configure the 802.11a fragmentation threshold, use the config 802.11a fragmentation command.

This command can only be used when the network is not in operation.

config 802.11a fragmentation threshold

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network parameters.

fragmentation

Fragmentation threshold.

threshold

Fragmentation threshold value.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config 802.11a fragmentation 6500

Related Commands

config 802.11b fragmentation, show 802.11b, show ap auto-rtf

config 802.11a pico-cell

To enable or disable the 802.11a pico-cell extensions, use the config 802.11a pico-cell command.

This command can only be used when the network is not operational.

config 802.11a pico-cell {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network parameters.

pico-cell

Pico cell extensions.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config 802.11a pico-cell enable

Related Commands

config 802.11b pico-cell, config 802.11a, show 802.11a

config 802.11a rate

To set 802.11a mandatory and supported operational rates, use the config 802.11a rate command.

The data rates set here are negotiated between the client and the Cisco Wireless LAN controller. If the data rate is set to Mandatory, the client must support it in order to use the network. If a data rate is set as Supported by the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, any associated client that also supports that rate may communicate with the Cisco 1000 series IEEE 802.11a/b/g lightweight access point using that rate. But it is not required that a client be able to use all the rates marked Supported in order to associate.

config 802.11a rate {disabled | mandatory | supported} rate

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network parameters.

rate

Set data rate.

{disabled | mandatory | supported}

Enter disabled to disable a rate.

Enter mandatory to set a rate to mandatory.

Enter supported to set a rate to supported.

rate

6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, or 54 Mbps.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To set 802.11a transmission at a mandatory rate at 12 Mbps:

> config 802.11a rate mandatory 12

Related Commands

show ap config 802.11a, config 802.11b rate

config 802.11a txPower

To configure the 802.11a Tx (transmit) power level, use the config 802.11a txPower command.

config 802.11a txPower {global {auto | once | power_level} | Cisco_AP {global | power_level}}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a

802.11a network parameters.

txPower

Transmit power parameter.

global

All Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points.

auto

Periodic RRM automatic configuration.

once

Enable one-time auto-RF.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series IEEE 802.11a/b/g lightweight access point name.

power_level

Transmit power level number. The supported number of levels depends on the access point used. For example, the 1240 access point supports 8 levels and the 1200 access point supports 6 levels.


Note Refer to the related product guide for the maximum regulatory transmit power level limits published for each country code. The power levels and available channels are defined by the country code setting, and are regulated on a country by country basis. Also, the actual maximum transmit power levels may be less than the published regulatory limits.



Defaults

Global, Auto.

Examples

To have RRM automatically set the transmit power for all 802.11a Cisco radios at periodic intervals:

> config 802.11a txPower global auto
 
   

To set transmit power for all 802.11a Cisco radios to power level 5:

> config 802.11a txPower global 5
 
   

To set transmit power for 802.11a AP1 to global:

> config 802.11a txPower AP1 global
 
   

To set transmit power for 802.11a AP1 to power level 2:

> config 802.11a txPower AP1 2

Related Commands

show ap config 802.11a, config 802.11b txPower, config country

CONFIG 802.11B COMMANDS

Use the CONFIG 802.11b commands to configure 802.11b settings.

config 802.11b 11gSupport

After enabling the Cisco wireless LAN solution 802.11b network using the config 802.11b enable command, enable or disable the Cisco wireless LAN solution 802.11g network using the config 802.11b 11gSupport command. Note that you must use this command to enable the network after configuring other 802.11b parameters.

Note that this command only enables the Cisco wireless LAN solution 802.11g network after the Cisco wireless LAN solution 802.11b network is enabled using the config 802.11b enable command. To disable the 802.11a, 802.11b and/or 802.11g networks for an individual wireless LAN, use the config wlan radio command.

This command can be used any time the CLI interface is active.

config 802.11b 11gSupport {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b network parameters.

11gSupport

Support for the 802.11g network.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable 802.11g.


Defaults

Enabled.

Examples

> config 802.11b 11gSupport enable
 
   
Changing the 11gSupport will cause all the APs to reboot when you enable 802.11b network.
Are you sure you want to continue? (y/n) n
 
   
11gSupport not changed!

Related Commands

show sysinfo, show 802.11b, config 802.11b enable, config wlan radio, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable

config 802.11b antenna diversity

To configure the diversity option for 802.11b antennas, use the config 802.11b antenna diversity command.

config 802.11b antenna diversity {enable | sideA | sideB} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b antenna diversity

Diversity antennas for 802.11b/g.

enable

Between the two internal antennas.

sideA

Between the internal antennas and an external antenna connected to the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point Left port.

sideB

Between the internal antennas and an external antenna connected to the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point Right port.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To enable diversity for AP01:

> config 802.11b antenna diversity enable AP01
 
   

To enable diversity for AP01 using an external antenna connected to the Cisco lightweight access point Left port (sideA):

> config 802.11b antenna diversity sideA AP01

Related Commands

show ap config 802.11b, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11b enable, config 802.11b extAntGain, config 802.11b selection.

config 802.11b antenna extAntGain

To configure the 802.11b/g external antenna gain, use the config 802.11b antenna extAntGain command.

Use the config 802.11b disable command to disable the 802.11b/g Cisco radio before using the config 802.11b antenna extAntGain command. After configuring the external antenna gain, use the config 802.11b enable command to enable the 802.11a Cisco radio.

config 802.11b antenna extAntGain antenna_gain Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11a antenna

Antennas for 802.11a/g Cisco radio.

extAntGain

Configure external antenna gain.

antenna_gain

Enter antenna gain in 0.5 dBm units.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To set AP1 to use the 802.11b internal antennas:

 
   
> config 802.11b antenna extAntGain 1 AP02

Related Commands

config 802.11b disable, config 802.11b enable, config 802.11b diversity, config 802.11b selection.

config 802.11b antenna selection

To configure the 802.11b/g antenna selection (internal or external), use the config 802.11b antenna selection command.

config 802.11b antenna selection {internal | external} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b antenna selection

Antenna selection (internal or external) for 802.11b.

internal

Select internal antennas.

external

Select external antenna.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config 802.11b antenna selection internal AP02

Related Commands

show ap config 802.11b, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11b enable, config 802.11b extAntGain, config 802.11b diversity.

config 802.11b beaconperiod

In Cisco wireless LAN solution 802.11b/g networks, all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point wireless LANs broadcast a beacon at regular intervals. This beacon notifies clients that 802.11b/g service is available, and allows the clients to synchronize with the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point. To change the 802.11b/g beacon period for the whole 802.11b/g network, use the config 802.11b beaconperiod command.

Before you change the beacon period using the config 802.11b beaconperiod command, make sure that you have disabled the 802.11b/g network using the config 802.11b disable command. When you are done changing the beacon period, remember to enable the 802.11b/g network using the config 802.11b enable command.

config 802.11b beaconperiod time_units

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network parameters.

beaconperiod

Send a beacon every 20 to 1000 milliseconds.

time_units

Beacon interval (20-1000) in time units (TUs). One TU is 1024 micro seconds.


Defaults

100

Examples

To configure an 802.11b/g network for a beacon period of 180 time units:

> config 802.11b beaconperiod 180

Related Commands

show 802.11a, config 802.11a beaconperiod, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11b enable

config 802.11b channel

To configure the 802.11b/g network for automatic or manual channel selection, use the config 802.11b channel command.

When configuring 802.11b/g channels for a single Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config 802.11b disable command to disable the 802.11b/g network. Then use the config 802.11b channel command to set automatic channel selection by RRM or manually set the channel for the 802.11b/g Cisco radio. Then enable the 802.11b/g network using the config 802.11b enable command.

config 802.11b channel {global {auto | once | off}} | {Cisco_AP {global | channel}}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b channel

802.11b/g Cisco radio channel number.

global {auto | once | off}

Global channel control:

Enter auto to enable auto-RF.

Enter once to enable one-time auto-RF.

Enter off to disable auto-RF and set all channels to default.

Cisco_AP

Name of Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point or global setting for all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To have RRM automatically configure all 802.11b/g channels based on availability and interference:

> config 802.11b channel global auto
 
   

To have RRM automatically reconfigure all 802.11b/g channels one time based on availability and interference:

> config 802.11b channel global once
 
   

To turn 802.11b/g RRM automatic configuration off:

> config 802.11b channel global off
 
   

To have AP1 use the global (whole network) settings.

> config 802.11b channel AP1 global
 
   

To have AP1 start and continue using channel 11.

> config 802.11b channel AP1 channel 11

Only channels 1, 6 and 11 are nonoverlapping.

Related Commands

show 802.11b, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11b enable, config 802.11a channel

config 802.11b disable

Disable or enable 802.11b/g transmissions for the whole network or for an individual Cisco radio using the config 802.11b disable command.

Note that you must use this command to disable the network before using other config 802.11b commands.

This command can be used any time the CLI interface is active.

config 802.11b disable {network | Cisco_AP}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network parameters.

disable

Disable 802.11b/g.

network

Whole network.

Cisco_AP

Override the network setting for an individual Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point Cisco radio.


Defaults

Enabled.

Examples

To disable the whole 802.11b/g network:

> config 802.11b disable network 
 
   

To disable AP01 802.11b/g transmissions:

> config 802.11b disable AP01 

Related Commands

show sysinfo, show 802.11b, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable, config 802.11b enable, config 802.11b beaconperiod

config 802.11b dtim

In 802.11 networks, the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point wireless LANs broadcast a beacon at regular intervals, which coincide with the DTIM. After the DTIM, if the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point has any frames buffered for broadcast or multicast, it transmits the buffered frames. This protocol allows power-saving clients to wake up at the appropriate time if they are expecting broadcast or multicast data.

Normally, the DTIM value is set to 1 (transmit broadcast and multicast after every beacon) or 2 (transmit after every other beacon). For instance, if the 802.11b/g beaconperiod is 100 ms, and the DTIM value is set to 1, the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point transmits buffered broadcast and multicast frames 10 times a second; if the beaconperiod is 100 ms, and the DTIM value is set to 2, the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point transmits buffered broadcast and multicast frames five times a second; either of these settings may be suitable for applications, including VoIP, that expect frequent broadcast and multicast frames.

However, the DTIM value can be set as high as 255 (transmit broadcast and multicast after every 255th beacon), if all 802.11a clients have power save enabled. Because the clients only have to listen when the DTIM time is reached, they can be set to listen for broadcasts and multicasts less frequently, resulting in longer battery life. For instance, if the 802.11b/g beaconperiod is 100 ms, and the DTIM value is set to 100, the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point transmits buffered broadcast and multicast frames once every 10 seconds, allowing the power saving clients to sleep longer between periods when they have to wake up and listen for broadcasts and multicasts, resulting in longer battery life.

Note that many applications cannot tolerate a long time between broadcast and multicast messages, resulting in poor protocol and application performance. A low DTIM value is indicated for 802.11b/g networks that support such clients.

To change the DTIM value for the whole 802.11b/g network, use the config 802.11b dtim command.

Before you change the 802.11b/g DTIM value using the config 802.11b dtim command, make sure that you have disabled the 802.11b/g network using the config 802.11b disable command. When you are done changing the DTIM value, remember to enable the 802.11b/g network using the config 802.11b enable command.

config 802.11b dtim period

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network parameters.

dtim

Delivery Traffic Indication Map.

period

DTIM period in number of beaconperiods.


Defaults

1 (every beaconperiod)

Examples

To configure the 802.11b/g network to transmit multicast and broadcast messages every DTIM, or beaconperiod:

> config 802.11b dtim 1

Related Commands

show 802.11b, config 802.11b beaconperiod, config 802.11a dtim, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11b enable

config 802.11b dtpc

To configure the 802.11b DTPC setting, use the config 802.11b dtpc command.

config 802.11b dtpc {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b network parameters.

dtpc

Dynamic Transmit Power Control.

{enable | disable}

Enter enable to enable DTPC setting configuration.

Enter disable to disable DTPC setting configuration.


Defaults

Enabled by default.

Examples

> config 802.11b dtpc disable

Related Commands

show 802.11b, config 802.11b beaconperiod, config 802.11b dtim, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11b enable

config 802.11b enable

Note that you must use this command to enable the network after configuring other 802.11b parameters.

Note that this command only enables the Cisco wireless LAN solution 802.11b network. To enable the Cisco wireless LAN solution 802.11g network, you MUST have the 802.11b network enabled, and then use the config 802.11b 11gSupport enable command. To disable the 802.11a, 802.11b and/or 802.11g networks for an individual wireless LAN, use the config wlan radio command.

This command can be used any time the CLI interface is active. Note that you must reboot the Cisco Wireless LAN controller to implement this command.

config 802.11b enable {network | Cisco_AP}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b network parameters.

enable

Enable or disable 802.11b. Allow support for 802.11g.

network

For the whole network.

Cisco_AP

To override the network setting for individual Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point Cisco radio.


Defaults

Enabled.

Examples

To enable the whole 802.11b network and provide support for the 802.11g network:

> config 802.11b enable network
 
   

To enable AP1 802.11b transmissions and support AP1 802.11g transmissions:

> config 802.11b enable AP1

Related Commands

show sysinfo, show 802.11b, config 802.11b 11gSupport, config wlan radio, config 802.11b disable, config 802.11a disable, config 802.11a enable

config 802.11b fragmentation

To configure the 802.11b/g fragmentation threshold, use the config 802.11b fragmentation command.

This command can only be used when the network is not operational.

config 802.11b fragmentation threshold

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b network parameters.

fragmentation

Fragmentation threshold.

threshold

Fragmentation threshold value.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config 802.11b fragmentation 6500

Related Commands

config 802.11a fragmentation, show 802.11a, show auto-rft

config 802.11b pico-cell

To enable or disable the 802.11b/g pico-cell extensions, use the config 802.11b pico-cell command. This command can only be used when the network is not operational.

config 802.11b pico-cell {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b network parameters.

pico-cell

Pico cell extensions.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable.


Defaults

(None.)

Examples

> config 802.11b pico-cell enable

Related Commands

config 802.11a pico-cell, show 802.11b

config 802.11b preamble

Use this command to change the 802.11b preamble as defined in subclause 18.2.2.2 to long (slower, but more reliable) or short (faster, but less reliable). This command can be used any time the CLI interface is active.

This parameter must be set to long to optimize this Cisco Wireless LAN controller for some clients, including SpectraLink NetLink telephones.


Note You must reboot the Cisco Wireless LAN controller (reset system) with save to implement this command.


config 802.11b preamble {long | short}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b network parameters.

preamble

As defined in subclause 18.2.2.2.

{long | short}

Long or short 802.11b preamble.


Defaults

Short.

Examples

> config 802.11b preamble short 
 
   
>(reset system with save) 
 
   
> show 802.11b
 
   
Short Preamble mandatory......................... Enabled  

> config 802.11b preamble long 
 
   
>(reset system with save)
 
   
> show 802.11b
 
   
Short Preamble mandatory......................... Disabled 

Related Commands

show 802.11b

config 802.11b rate

To configure 802.11b/g mandatory and supported operational rates, use the config 802.11b rate command.

config 802.11b rate {disabled | mandatory | supported} rate

The data rates set here are negotiated between the client and the Cisco Wireless LAN controller. If the data rate is set to Mandatory, the client must support it in order to use the network. If a data rate is set as Supported by the Cisco Wireless LAN controller, any associated client that also supports that rate may communicate with the Cisco 1000 series IEEE 802.11a/b/g lightweight access point using that rate. But it is not required that a client be able to use all the rates marked Supported in order to associate.

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network parameters.

rate

Configure mandatory and supported operational rates.

{disabled | mandatory | supported}

Enter disabled to disable a rate.

Enter mandatory to set a rate to mandatory.

Enter supported to set a rate to supported.

rate

1, 2, 5.5, 11, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, or 54 Mbps data rate.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To set 802.11b/g transmission at a mandatory rate at 5.5 Mbps:

> config 802.11b rate mandatory 5.5

Related Commands

show ap config 802.11b, config 802.11a rate

config 802.11b txPower

To configure the 802.11b/g Tx (Transmit) Power Level, use the config 802.11b txPower command.

config 802.11b txPower {global {auto | once | power_level} | Cisco_AP {global | power_level}}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11b/g network parameters.

txPower

Transmit power parameter.

global

All Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points.

auto

Periodic RRM automatic configuration.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series IEEE 802.11a/b/g lightweight access point name.

power_level

Transmit power level number. The supported number of levels depends on the access point used. For example, the 1240 access point supports 8 levels and the 1200 access point supports 6 levels.


Note Refer to the related product guide for the maximum regulatory transmit power level limits published for each country code. The power levels and available channels are defined by the country code setting, and are regulated on a country by country basis. Also, the actual maximum transmit power levels may be less than the published regulatory limits.



Defaults

Global, Auto.

Examples

To have RRM automatically set the transmit power for all 802.11b/g Cisco radios at periodic intervals:

> config 802.11a txPower global auto
 
   

To have RRM automatically reset the transmit power for all 802.11b/g Cisco radios one time:

> config 802.11b txPower global once
 
   

To set transmit power for all 802.11b/g Cisco radios to power level 5:

> config 802.11b txPower global 5
 
   

To set transmit power for 802.11b/g AP1 to global:

> config 802.11b txPower AP1 global
 
   

To set transmit power for 802.11b/g AP1 to power level 2:

> config 802.11b txPower AP1 2

Related Commands

show ap config 802.11b, config 802.11a txPower, config country

CONFIG 802.11h COMMANDS

Use the CONFIG 802.11h commands to configure 802.11h settings.

config 802.11h channelswitch

To configure 802.11h channel switch announcement, use the config 802.11h channelswitch command.

config 802.11h channelswitch {enable mode value | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11h

802.11h network parameters.

channelswitch

 

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable 802.11h channel switch announcement.

mode

802.11h channel switch announcement mode.

value

802.11h channel announcement value.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config 802.11h channelswitch disable

Related Commands

show 802.11h

config 802.11h powerconstraint

To configure 802.11h power constraint value, use the config 802.11h powerconstraint command.

config 802.11h powerconstraint value

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11h network parameters.

value

802.11h power constraint value.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config 802.11h powerconstraint 5

Related Commands

show 802.11h

config 802.11h setchannel

To configure a new channel using 802.11h channel announcement, use the config 802.11h setchannel command.

config 802.11h setchannel Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

802.11b

802.11h network parameters.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series IEEE 802.11a/b/g lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config 802.11h setchannel ap02

Related Commands

show 802.11h

config acl apply

To apply the Access Control List (ACL) to the data path, use the config acl apply command.

config acl apply rule_name


Note For a Cisco 2000 series wireless LAN controller, you must configure a pre-authentication ACL on the wireless LAN for the external web server. This ACL should then be set as a wireless LAN pre-authentication ACL under Web Policy. However, you do not need to configure any pre-authentication ACL for Cisco 4100 series wireless LAN controllers and Cisco 4400 series wireless LAN controllers.


Syntax Description

config acl

Command action.

apply

Applies the ACL (name with up to 32 alphanumeric characters) to the data path.

rule_name

ACL name up to 32 alphanumeric characters.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config acl apply acl01

Related Commands

show acl

config acl create

To create a new ACL, use the config acl create command.

config acl create rule_name


Note For a Cisco 2000 series wireless LAN controller, you must configure a pre-authentication ACL on the wireless LAN for the external web server. This ACL should then be set as a wireless LAN pre-authentication ACL under Web Policy. However, you do not need to configure any pre-authentication ACL for Cisco 4100 series wireless LAN controllers and Cisco 4400 series wireless LAN controllers.


Syntax Description

config acl

Command action.

create

Create a new ACL.

rule_name

ACL name up to 32 alphanumeric characters.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config acl create acl01

Related Commands

show acl

config acl cpu

To create a new ACL rule that restricts the traffic reaching the CPU, use the config acl cpu command. This allows you to control the type of packets reaching the CPU.

config acl cpu rule_name {wired} {wireless} {both}

Syntax Description

config acl cpu

Command action.

None

Disable the CPU ACL.

rule_name

ACL name up to 32 alphanumeric characters.

Wired

Enable ACL on wired traffic.

Wireless

Enable ACL on wireless traffic

Both

Enable ACL on both wired and wireless traffic.


Defaults

None.

Examples

The following example shows how to create an ACL named acl101 on the CPU and apply it to wired traffic.

> config acl cpu acl01 wired

Related Commands

None.

config acl delete

To delete an ACL, use the config acl delete command.

config acl delete rule_name


Note For a Cisco 2000 series wireless LAN controller, you must configure a pre-authentication ACL on the wireless LAN for the external web server. This ACL should then be set as a wireless LAN pre-authentication ACL under Web Policy. However, you do not need to configure any pre-authentication ACL for Cisco 4100 series wireless LAN controllers and Cisco 4400 series wireless LAN controllers.


Syntax Description

config acl

Command action.

delete

Delete an ACL.

rule_name

ACL name up to 32 alphanumeric characters.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config acl delete acl01

Related Commands

show acl

config acl rule

To configure ACL rules, use the config acl rule command.

config acl rule {
action rule_name rule_index {permit | deny} |
add rule_name rule_index |
change index rule_name old_index new_index |
delete rule_name rule_index |
destination address rule_name rule_index ip_address netmask |
destination port range rule_name rule_index start_port end_port |
direction rule_name rule_index {in | out | any} |
dscp rule_name rule_index dscp |
protocol rule_name rule_index protocol |
source address rule_name rule_index ip_address netmask |
source port range rule_name rule_index start_port end_port |
swap index rule_name index_1 index_2}


Note For a Cisco 2000 series wireless LAN controller, you must configure a pre-authentication ACL on the wireless LAN for the external web server. This ACL should then be set as a wireless LAN pre-authentication ACL under Web Policy. However, you do not need to configure any pre-authentication ACL for Cisco 4100 series wireless LAN controllers and Cisco 4400 series wireless LAN controllers.


Syntax Description

config acl

Command action.

rule

Configures ACL rules.

action

Configures a rule's action whether to permit or deny access.

add

Adds a new rule.

change

Changes a rule's index.

delete

Deletes a rule.

destination address

Configures a rule's destination IP address and netmask.

destination port range

Configures a rule's destination port range.

direction

Configures a rule's direction to in, out, or any.

dscp

Configures a rule's DSCP.

protocol

Configures a rule's IP Protocol.

source address

Configures a rule's source IP address, netmask.

source port range

Configures a rule's source port range.

swap

Swaps two rules' indices.

rule_name

ACL name up to 32 alphanumeric characters.

rule_index

Rule index between 1 and 32.

ip_address

The rule's IP Address.

netmask

The rule's netmask.

start_port

The start port number (between 0 and 65535).

end_port

The end port number (between 0 and 65535).

dscp

A number between 0 and 63, or any.

protocol

A number between 0 and 255, or any.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config acl rule action lab1 4 permit

Related Commands

show acl

CONFIG ADVANCED 802.11A COMMANDS

Use the ADVANCED 802.11a commands to configure advanced 802.11a settings.

config advanced 802.11a channel foreign

To have RRM consider or ignore foreign 802.11a interference avoidance in making channel selection updates for all 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the config advanced 802.11a channel foreign command.

config advanced 802.11a channel foreign {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

channel

RRM channel selections.

foreign

Foreign interference.

{enable | disable}

Enable foreign access point 802.11a interference avoidance in the channel assignment.

Disable foreign access point 802.11a interference avoidance in the channel assignment.


Defaults

Enabled.

Examples

To have RRM consider foreign 802.11a interference when making channel selection updates for all 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points:

> config advanced 802.11a channel foreign enable 

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a channel, config advanced 802.11b channel foreign

config advanced 802.11a channel load

To have RRM consider or ignore traffic load in making channel selection updates for all 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the config advanced 802.11a channel load command.

config advanced 802.11a channel load {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

channel

RRM channel selections.

load

Traffic load.

{enable | disable}

Enable Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point 802.11a load avoidance in the channel assignment.

Disable Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point 802.11a load avoidance in the channel assignment.


Defaults

Disabled.

Examples

To have RRM consider traffic load when making channel selection updates for all 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points:

> config advanced 802.11a channel load enable

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a channel, config advanced 802.11b channel load

config advanced 802.11a channel noise

To have RRM consider or ignore non-802.11a noise in making channel selection updates for all 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the config advanced 802.11a channel noise command.

config advanced 802.11a channel noise {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

channel

RRM channel selections.

noise

Non-802.11a noise.

{enable | disable}

Enable non-802.11a noise avoidance in the channel assignment. or ignore.

Disable non-802.11a noise avoidance in the channel assignment.


Defaults

Disabled.

Examples

To have RRM consider non-802.11a noise when making channel selection updates for all 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points:

> config advanced 802.11a channel noise enable

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a channel, config advanced 802.11b channel noise

config advanced 802.11a channel update

To have RRM initiate a channel selection update for all 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the config advanced 802.11a channel update command.

config advanced 802.11a channel update

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

channel update

Have RRM update the channel selections.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a channel update

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a channel, config advanced 802.11b channel update

config advanced 802.11a factory

To reset 802.11a advanced settings back to the factory defaults, use the config advanced 802.11a factory command.

config advanced 802.11a factory

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

factory

Return all 802.11a advanced settings to their factory defaults.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a factory

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a channel

config advanced 802.11a group-mode

To set the 802.11a automatic RF group selection mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11a group-mode command.

config advanced 802.11a group-mode {auto | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

group-mode

Cisco radio RF grouping.

{auto | off}

Enter auto to set the 802.11a RF group selection to automatic update mode.

Enter off to set the 802.11a RF group selection off.


Defaults

Auto.

Examples

To turn the 802.11a automatic RF group selection mode on:

> config advanced 802.11a group-mode auto
 
   

To turn the 802.11a automatic RF group selection mode off:

> config advanced 802.11a group-mode off

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a group, config advanced 802.11b group-mode

config advanced 802.11a logging channel

To turn the channel change logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11a logging channel command.

config advanced 802.11a logging channel {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

logging channel

Log channel changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11a channel logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a logging channel on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a logging, config advanced 802.11b logging channel

config advanced 802.11a logging coverage

To turn the coverage profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11a logging coverage command.

config advanced 802.11a logging coverage {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

logging coverage

Log coverage changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11a coverage profile violation logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a logging coverage on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a logging, config advanced 802.11b logging coverage

config advanced 802.11a logging foreign

To turn the foreign interference profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11a logging foreign command.

config advanced 802.11a logging foreign {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

logging foreign

Log foreign changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11a foreign interference profile violation logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a logging foreign on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a logging, config advanced 802.11b logging foreign

config advanced 802.11a logging load

To turn the 802.11a load profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11a logging load command.

config advanced 802.11a logging load {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

logging load

Log load changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11a load profile violation logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a logging load on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a logging, config advanced 802.11b logging load

config advanced 802.11a logging noise

To turn the 802.11a noise profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11a logging noise command.

config advanced 802.11a logging noise {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

logging noise

Log noise changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11a noise profile violation logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a logging noise on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a logging, config advanced 802.11b logging noise

config advanced 802.11a logging performance

To turn the 802.11a performance profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11a logging performance command.

config advanced 802.11a logging performance {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

logging performance

Log performance changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11a performance profile violation logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a logging performance on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a logging, config advanced 802.11b logging performance

config advanced 802.11a logging txpower

To turn the 802.11a transmit power change logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11a logging txpower command.

config advanced 802.11a logging txpower {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

logging txpower

Log power changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11a transmit power change logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a logging txpower off

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a logging, config advanced 802.11b logging power

config advanced 802.11a monitor channel-list

To set the 802.11a noise, interference, and rogue monitoring channel list, use the config advanced 802.11a monitor channel-list command.

config advanced 802.11a monitor channel-list {all | country | dca}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

monitor channel-list

Monitor coverage interval.

{all | country | dca}

Enter all to monitor all channels.

Enter country to monitor the channels used in the configured country code.

Enter dca to monitor the channels used by the automatic channel assignment.


Defaults

country.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a monitor channel-list country

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a monitor coverage

config advanced 802.11a monitor coverage

To set the coverage measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds, use the config advanced 802.11a monitor coverage command.

config advanced 802.11a monitor coverage seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

monitor coverage

Monitor coverage interval.

seconds

Coverage measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds.


Defaults

180 seconds.

Examples

To set the coverage measurement interval to 60 seconds:

> config advanced 802.11a monitor coverage 60

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a monitor, config advanced 802.11b monitor coverage

config advanced 802.11a monitor load

To set the load measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds, use the config advanced 802.11a monitor load command.

config advanced 802.11a monitor load seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

monitor load

Monitor load interval.

seconds

Load measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds.


Defaults

60 seconds.

Examples

To set the load measurement interval to 60 seconds:

> config advanced 802.11a monitor load 60

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a monitor, config advanced 802.11b monitor load

config advanced 802.11a monitor mode

To enable or disable 802.11a access point monitoring, use the config advanced 802.11a monitor mode command.

config advanced 802.11a monitor mode {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

monitor mode

Monitor mode.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable 802.11a access point monitoring.


Defaults

Enabled.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a monitor mode enable

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a monitor, config advanced 802.11b monitor mode

config advanced 802.11a monitor noise

To set the 802.11a noise measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds, use the config advanced 802.11a monitor noise command.

config advanced 802.11a monitor noise seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

monitor noise

Monitor noise interval.

seconds

Noise measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds.


Defaults

180 seconds.

Examples

To set the noise measurement interval to 120 seconds:

> config advanced 802.11a monitor noise 120

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a monitor, config advanced 802.11b monitor noise

config advanced 802.11a monitor signal

To set the signal measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds, use the config advanced 802.11a monitor signal command.

config advanced 802.11a monitor signal seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

monitor signal

Monitor signal interval.

seconds

Signal measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds.


Defaults

60 seconds.

Examples

To set the signal measurement interval to 120 seconds:

> config advanced 802.11a monitor signal 120

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a monitor, config advanced 802.11b monitor signal

config advanced 802.11a profile clients

To set the Cisco 1000 series IEEE 802.11a/b/g lightweight access point clients threshold between 1 and 75 clients, use the config advanced 802.11a profile clients command.

config advanced 802.11a profile clients {global | Cisco_AP} clients

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

profile clients

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point Client profile

{global | Cisco_AP}

Enter global to configure all 802.11a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access points.

Enter a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point name.

clients

802.11a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point clients threshold between 1 and 75 clients.


Defaults

12 clients.

Examples

To set all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point clients thresholds to 25 clients:

> config advanced 802.11a profile clients global 25
 
   
Global client count profile set.
 
   

To set the AP1 clients threshold to 75 clients:

> config advanced 802.11a profile clients AP1 75
 
   
Global client count profile set.

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a profile, config advanced 802.11b profile clients

config advanced 802.11a profile coverage

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage threshold between 3 and 50 dB, use the config advanced 802.11a profile coverage command.

config advanced 802.11a profile coverage {global | Cisco_AP} dBm

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

profile coverage

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point profile coverage

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

dBm

3 to 50 dB.


Defaults

12 dB.

Examples

To set all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage thresholds to 30 dB:

> config advanced 802.11a profile coverage global 30
 
   

To set AP1 coverage thresholds to 50 dB:

> config advanced 802.11a profile coverage AP1 50

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a profile, config advanced 802.11b profile coverage

config advanced 802.11a profile customize

To turn customizing on or off for an 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point performance profile, use the config advanced 802.11a profile customize command.

config advanced 802.11a profile customize Cisco_AP {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

customize

Performance profile.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.

{on | off}

Enter on to customize performance profiles for this Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.

Enter off to use global default performance profiles for this Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.


Defaults

Off.

Examples

To turn performance profile customization on for 802.11a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point AP1:

> config advanced 802.11a profile customize AP1 on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a profile, config advanced 802.11b profile customize

config advanced 802.11a profile exception

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage exception level between 0 and 100 percent, use the config advanced 802.11a profile exception command.

config advanced 802.11a profile exception {global | Cisco_AP} percent

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

profile exception

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point profile exception

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

percent

802.11a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point coverage exception level between 0 and 100 percent.


Defaults

25 percent.

Examples

To set all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage exception levels to 0 percent:

> config advanced 802.11a profile exception global 0
 
   

To set the AP1 coverage exception level to 100 percent:

> config advanced 802.11a profile exception AP1 100

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a profile, config advanced 802.11b profile exception

config advanced 802.11a profile foreign

To set the foreign 802.11a transmitter interference threshold between 0 and 100 percent, use the config advanced 802.11a profile foreign command.

config advanced 802.11a profile foreign {global | Cisco_AP} percent

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

profile foreign

Foreign interference profile.

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

percent

802.11a foreign 802.11a interference threshold between 0 and 100 percent.


Defaults

10.

Examples

To set the Other 802.11a transmitter interference threshold for all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points to 50 percent:

> config advanced 802.11a profile foreign global 50
 
   

To set the Other 802.11a transmitter interference threshold for AP1 to 0 percent:

> config advanced 802.11a profile foreign AP1 0

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a profile, config advanced 802.11b profile foreign

config advanced 802.11a profile level

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point client minimum exception level between 1 and 75 clients, use the config advanced 802.11a profile level command.

config advanced 802.11a profile level {global | Cisco_AP} clients

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

profile level

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point profile level

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

clients

802.11a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point client minimum exception level between 1 and 75 clients.


Defaults

3 clients.

Examples

To set all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point client minimum exception levels to 10 clients:

> config advanced 802.11a profile level global 10
 
   

To set the AP1 client minimum exception level to 25 clients:

> config advanced 802.11a profile level AP1 25

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a profile, config advanced 802.11b profile level

config advanced 802.11a profile noise

To set the 802.11a foreign noise threshold between -127 and 0 dBm, use the config advanced 802.11a profile noise command.

config advanced 802.11a profile noise {global | Cisco_AP} dBm

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

profile noise

Profile noise limits

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

dBm

802.11a foreign noise threshold between -127 and 0 dBm.


Defaults

-70 dBm.

Examples

To set the 802.11a foreign noise threshold for all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points to -127 dBm:

> config advanced 802.11a profile noise global -127
 
   

To set the 802.11a foreign noise threshold for AP1 to 0 dBm:

> config advanced 802.11a profile noise AP1 0

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a profile, config advanced 802.11b profile noise

config advanced 802.11a profile throughput

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point data-rate throughput threshold between 1000 and 10000000 bytes per second, use the config advanced 802.11a profile throughput command.

config advanced 802.11a profile throughput {global | Cisco_AP} value

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

profile throughput

Data rate threshold.

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

value

802.11a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point throughput threshold between 1000 and 10000000 bytes per second.


Defaults

1,000,000 bytes per second.

Examples

To set all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point data-rate thresholds to 1000 bytes per second:

> config advanced 802.11a profile data-rate global 1000
 
   

To set the AP1 data-rate threshold to 10000000 bytes per second:

> config advanced 802.11a profile data-rate AP1 10000000

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a profile, config advanced 802.11b profile data-rate

config advanced 802.11a profile utilization

To set the RF utilization threshold between 0 and 100 percent, use the config advanced 802.11a profile utilization command. OS generates a trap when this threshold is exceeded.

config advanced 802.11a profile utilization {global | Cisco_AP} percent

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

profile utilization

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point profile utilization

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

percent

802.11a RF utilization threshold between 0 and 100 percent.


Defaults

80 percent.

Examples

To set the RF utilization threshold for all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points to 0 percent:

> config advanced 802.11a profile utilization global 0
 
   

To set the RF utilization threshold for AP1 to 100 percent:

> config advanced 802.11a profile utilization AP1 100

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11a profile, config advanced 802.11b profile utilization

config advanced 802.11a receiver

To set the advanced receiver configuration, use the config advanced 802.11a receiver command.

config advanced 802.11a receiver {default | rxstart jumpThreshold value}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

receiver

Receiver configuration.

default

Default advanced receiver configuration.

rxstart jumpThreshold value

802.11a advanced receiver start signal jump threshold configuration value (between 0 and 127).


Defaults

None.

Examples

To prevent changes to receiver parameters while network is enabled:

> config advanced802.11a receiver default

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11b receiver

config advanced 802.11a txpower-update

To initiate updates of the 802.11a transmit power for every Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config advanced 802.11a txpower-update command.

config advanced 802.11a txpower-update

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11a

Advanced 802.11a parameters.

txpower-update

Update transmission power


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11a txpower-update

Related Commands

config advance 802.11b txpower-update

CONFIG ADVANCED 802.11B COMMANDS

Use the ADVANCED 802.11b commands to configure advanced 802.11b settings.

config advanced 802.11b 7920VSIEConfig

To configure the 7920 VISE parameters, use the config advanced 802.11b 7920VSIEConfig command.

config advanced 802.11b 7920VSIEConfig {call-admission-limit limit |
G711-CU-Quantum quantum}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

7920VSIEConfig

Configure 7920 VISE parameters.

{call-admission-limit | G711-CU-Quantum}

Enter call-admission-limit to configure the call admission limit for the 7920s.

Enter G711-CU-Quantum to configure the value supplied by the infrastructure indicating the current number of channel utilization units which would be used by a single G.711-20ms call.

limit

Call admission limit (from 0 to 255). The default value is 105.

quantum

G711 quantum value. The default value is 15.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b 7920VSIEConfig call-admission-limit 4

Related Commands

None.

config advanced 802.11b channel foreign

To have RRM consider or ignore foreign 802.11b/g interference in making channel selection updates for all 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the config advanced 802.11b channel foreign command.

config advanced 802.11b channel foreign {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

channel

RRM channel selections.

foreign

Foreign interference.

{enable | disable}

Consider or ignore foreign access point 802.11b interference avoidance in the channel assignment.


Defaults

Enabled.

Examples

To have RRM consider foreign 802.11b/g interference when making channel selection updates for all 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points:

> config advanced 802.11b channel foreign enable

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b channel, config advanced 802.11a channel foreign

config advanced 802.11b channel load

To have RRM consider or ignore traffic load in making channel selection updates for all 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the config advanced 802.11b channel load command.

config advanced 802.11b channel load {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

channel

RRM channel selections.

load

Traffic load.

{enable | disable}

Consider or ignore access point 802.11b load avoidance in the channel assignment.


Defaults

Disabled.

Examples

To have RRM consider traffic load when making channel selection updates for all 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points:

> config advanced 802.11b channel load enable

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b channel, config advanced 802.11a channel load

config advanced 802.11b channel noise

To have RRM consider or ignore non-802.11b/g noise in making channel selection updates for all 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the config advanced 802.11b channel noise command.

config advanced 802.11b channel noise {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

channel

RRM channel selections.

noise

Non-802.11b/g noise.

{enable | disable}

Consider or ignore non-802.11b/g noise avoidance in the channel assignment.


Defaults

Disabled.

Examples

To have RRM consider non-802.11b/g noise when making channel selection updates for all 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points:

> config advanced 802.11b channel noise enable

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b channel, config advanced 802.11a channel noise

config advanced 802.11b channel update

To have RRM initiate a channel selection update for all 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points, use the config advanced 802.11b channel update command.

config advanced 802.11b channel update

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

channel update

Update the channel selections.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b channel update

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b channel, config advanced 802.11a channel update

config advanced 802.11b factory

To reset 802.11b/g advanced settings back to the factory defaults, use the config advanced 802.11b factory command.

config advanced 802.11b factory

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

factory

Return all 802.11b/g advanced settings to their factory defaults.


Defaults

None.

Examples

To reset all 802.11b/g advanced settings back to the factory defaults:

> config advanced 802.11b factory

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b channel

config advanced 802.11b group-mode

To set the 802.11b/g RF group selection mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11b group-mode command.

config advanced 802.11b group-mode {auto | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

group-mode

Cisco radio RF grouping.

{auto | off}

Enter auto to set the 802.11b RF group selection to automatic update mode.

Enter off to set the 802.11b RF group selection to off.


Defaults

Auto.

Usage Guidelines

Use to enable or disable 802.11b/g automatic RF group selection mode.

Examples

To set the 802.11b/g RF group selection mode to automatic:

> config advanced 802.11b group-mode auto
 
   

To disable the 802.11b/g RF group selection mode:

> config advanced 802.11b group-mode off

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b group, config advanced 802.11a group-mode

config advanced 802.11b logging channel

To turn the 802.11b/g channel change logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11b logging channel command.

config advanced 802.11b logging channel {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

logging channel

Log channel changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11b channel logging.


Defaults

Disabled.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b logging channel on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b logging, config advanced 802.11a logging channel

config advanced 802.11b logging coverage

To turn the 802.11b/g coverage profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11b logging coverage command.

config advanced 802.11b logging coverage {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

logging coverage

Log coverage changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11b coverage profile violation logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b logging coverage on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b logging, config advanced 802.11a logging coverage

config advanced 802.11b logging foreign

To turn the 802.11b/g foreign interference profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11b logging foreign command.

config advanced 802.11b logging foreign {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

logging foreign

Log foreign changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable foreign interference profile logging mode.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b logging foreign on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b logging, config advanced 802.11a logging foreign

config advanced 802.11b logging load

To turn the 802.11b/g load profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11b logging load command.

config advanced 802.11b logging load {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

logging load

Log load changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11b load profile violation logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b logging load on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b logging, config advanced 802.11a logging load

config advanced 802.11b logging noise

To turn the 802.11b/g noise profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11b logging noise command.

config advanced 802.11b logging noise {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

logging noise

Log noise changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11b noise profile violation logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b logging noise on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b logging, config advanced 802.11a logging noise

config advanced 802.11b logging performance

To turn the 802.11b/g performance profile logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11b logging performance command.

config advanced 802.11b logging performance {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

logging performance

Log performance changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11b performance profile violation logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b logging performance on

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b logging, config advanced 802.11a logging performance

config advanced 802.11b logging txpower

To turn the 802.11b/g transmit power change logging mode on or off, use the config advanced 802.11b logging txpower command.

config advanced 802.11b logging txpower {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

logging txpower

Log power changes.

{on | off}

Enable or disable 802.11b transmit power change logging.


Defaults

Off (disabled).

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b logging txpower off

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b logging, config advanced 802.11a logging power

config advanced 802.11b monitor channel-list

To set the 802.11b/g noise/interference/rogue monitoring channel list coverage, use the config advanced 802.11b monitor channel-list command.

config advanced 802.11b monitor channel-list {all | country | dca}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

monitor channel-list

Monitor channel list.

{all | country | dca}

Enter all to monitor all channels.

Enter country to monitor channels used in configured country code.

Enter dca to monitor channels used by automatic channel assignment.


Defaults

country.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b monitor channel-list country

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b monitor, config advanced 802.11a monitor coverage

config advanced 802.11b monitor coverage

To set the 802.11b/g coverage measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds, use the config advanced 802.11b monitor coverage command.

config advanced 802.11b monitor coverage seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

monitor coverage

Monitor coverage interval.

seconds

Coverage measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds.


Defaults

180 seconds.

Examples

To set the coverage measurement interval to 60 seconds:

> config advanced 802.11b monitor coverage 60

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b monitor, config advanced 802.11a monitor coverage

config advanced 802.11b monitor load

To set the 802.11b/g load measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds, use the config advanced 802.11b monitor load command.

config advanced 802.11b monitor load seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

monitor load

Monitor load interval.

seconds

Load measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds.


Defaults

60 seconds.

Examples

To set the load measurement interval to 60 seconds:

> config advanced 802.11b monitor load 60

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b monitor, config advanced 802.11a monitor load

config advanced 802.11b monitor mode

To enable or disable the 802.11b monitor mode, use the config advanced 802.11b monitor mode command.

config advanced 802.11b monitor mode {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b parameters.

monitor mode

Monitor mode.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable 802.11b access point monitoring.


Defaults

Enabled.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b monitor mode enable

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b monitor, config advanced 802.11a monitor mode

config advanced 802.11b monitor noise

To set the 802.11b/g noise measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds, use the config advanced 802.11b monitor noise command.

config advanced 802.11b monitor noise seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

monitor noise

Monitor noise interval.

seconds

Noise measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds.


Defaults

180 seconds.

Examples

To set the noise measurement interval to 120 seconds:

> config advanced 802.11b monitor noise 120

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b monitor, config advanced 802.11a monitor noise

config advanced 802.11b monitor signal

To set the 802.11b/g signal measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds, use the config advanced 802.11b monitor signal command.

config advanced 802.11b monitor signal seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

monitor signal

Monitor signal interval.

seconds

Signal measurement interval between 60 and 3600 seconds.


Defaults

60 seconds.

Examples

To set the signal measurement interval to 120 seconds:

> config advanced 802.11b monitor signal 120

Related Commands

show advanced 802.11b monitor, config advanced 802.11a monitor signal

config advanced 802.11b profile clients

To set the number of 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point clients threshold between 1 and 75 clients, use the config advanced 802.11b profile clients command.

config advanced 802.11b profile clients {global | Cisco_AP} clients

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

profile clients

Client profiles.

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

clients

802.11b Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point clients threshold between 1 and 75 clients.


Defaults

12 clients

Examples

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point clients threshold for all Cisco radios to 25:

> config advanced 802.11b profile clients global 25
 
   

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point clients threshold for AP1 to 75:

> config advanced 802.11b profile clients AP1 75

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a profile clients

config advanced 802.11b profile coverage

To set the 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage threshold between 3 and 50 dB, use the config advanced 802.11b profile coverage command.

config advanced 802.11b profile coverage {global | Cisco_AP} dBm

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

profile coverage

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point profile coverage

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile

dBm

802.11b Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point coverage threshold between 3 and 50 dB.


Defaults

12 dB

Examples

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage threshold for all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points to 30 dB:

> config advanced 802.11b profile coverage global 30
 
   

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage threshold for AP1 to 50 dB:

> config advanced 802.11b profile coverage AP1 50

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a profile coverage

config advanced 802.11b profile customize

To turn customization on or off for an 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point performance profile, use the config advanced 802.11b profile customize command.

config advanced 802.11b profile customize Cisco_AP {on | off}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

profile customize

Customize the performance profile for a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.

Cisco_AP

Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point name.

{on | off}

Enter on to customize performance profiles for the specified Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.

Enter off to use global default performance profiles for the specified Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.


Defaults

Off

Examples

To turn customization on for the AP1 performance profile:

> config advanced 802.11b profile customize on

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a profile customize

config advanced 802.11b profile exception

To set the 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage exception level between 0 and 100 percent, use the config advanced 802.11b profile exception command.

config advanced 802.11b profile exception {global | Cisco_AP} percent

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

profile exception

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point profile exception

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile

percent

802.11b Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point coverage exception level between 0 and 100 percent.


Defaults

25%

Examples

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage exception level for all Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points to 0 percent:

> config advanced 802.11b profile exception global 0
 
   

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point coverage exception level for AP1 to 100 percent:

> config advanced 802.11b profile exception AP1 100

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a profile exception

config advanced 802.11b profile foreign

To set the foreign 802.11b/g transmitter interference threshold between 0 and 100 percent, use the config advanced 802.11b profile foreign command.

config advanced 802.11b profile foreign {global | Cisco_AP} percent

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

profile foreign

Foreign interference profile.

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

percent

802.11b foreign 802.11b interference threshold between 0 and 100 percent.


Defaults

10.

Examples

To set the foreign 802.11b/g transmitter interference threshold for the whole 802.11b/g network to 50 percent:

> config advanced 802.11b profile foreign global 50
 
   

To set the foreign 802.11b/g transmitter interference threshold for AP1 to 0 percent:

> config advanced 802.11b profile foreign AP1 0

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11b profile foreign

config advanced 802.11b profile level

To set the 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point client minimum exception level between 1 and 75 clients, use the config advanced 802.11b profile level command.

config advanced 802.11b profile level {global | Cisco_AP} clients

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

profile minimum

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point profile level

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile

clients

802.11b Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point client minimum exception level between 1 and 75 clients.


Defaults

3 clients

Examples

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point client minimum exception level for all Cisco radios to 75 clients:

> config advanced 802.11b profile level global 75
 
   

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point client minimum exception level for AP1 to 25 clients:

> config advanced 802.11b profile level AP1 25

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a profile level

config advanced 802.11b profile noise

To set the 802.11b/g foreign noise threshold between -127 and 0 dBm, use the config advanced 802.11b profile noise command.

config advanced 802.11b profile noise {global | Cisco_AP} dBm

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

profile noise

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point profile noise

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile

dBm

802.11b foreign noise threshold between -127 and 0 dBm.


Defaults

-70 dB

Examples

To set the 802.11b/g foreign noise threshold for the whole 802.11b/g network to -90 dBm:

> config advanced 802.11b profile noise global -90
 
   

To set the 802.11b/g foreign noise threshold for AP1 to -30 dBm:

> config advanced 802.11b profile noise AP1 -30

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a profile noise

config advanced 802.11b profile throughput

To set the 802.11b/g Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point throughput threshold between 1000 and 10000000 bytes per second, use the config advanced 802.11b profile throughput command.

config advanced 802.11b profile throughput {global | Cisco_AP} rate

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

profile throughput

Throughput profile.

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile.

rate

1,000 to 10,000,000 bps.


Defaults

1,000,000 bps

Examples

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point throughput threshold for all Cisco radios to 1000 bytes per second:

> config advanced 802.11b profile throughput global 1000
 
   

To set the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point throughput threshold for AP1 to 10000000 bytes per second:

> config advanced 802.11b profile throughput AP1 10000000

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a profile throughput

config advanced 802.11b profile utilization

To set the 802.11b/g RF utilization threshold between 0 and 100 percent, use the config advanced 802.11b profile utilization command.

config advanced 802.11b profile utilization {global | Cisco_AP} percent

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b/g parameters.

profile utilization

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point profile utilization

{global | Cisco_AP}

Global or Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point specific profile

percent

802.11b RF utilization threshold between 0 and 100 percent.


Defaults

80%

Examples

To set the RF utilization threshold for the whole 802.11b/g network to 100 percent:

> config advanced 802.11b profile utilization global 100
 
   

To set the RF utilization threshold for the AP1 to 50 percent:

> config advanced 802.11b profile utilization AP1 50

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a profile utilization

config advanced 802.11b receiver

To set the advanced receiver configuration, use the config advanced 802.11b receiver command.

config advanced 802.11b receiver {default | rxstart}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b parameters.

receiver

Receiver configuration.

{default | rxstart}

Enter default to specify default advanced receiver configuration.

Enter rxstart to specify advanced receiver start configuration.


Defaults

None.

Examples

Cannot change receiver params while network is enabled:

> config advanced 802.11b receiver default

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11a receiver

config advanced 802.11b txpower-update

To initiate updates of the 802.11b transmit power for every Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config advanced 802.11b txpower-update command.

config advanced 802.11b txpower-update

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced 802.11b

Advanced 802.11b parameters.

txpower-update

Update transmission power


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config advanced 802.11b txpower-update

Related Commands

config advance 802.11a txpower-update

config advanced client-handoff

To set the client handoff to occur after a selected number of 802.11 data packet excessive retries, use the config advanced client-handoff command.

config advanced client-handoff num_of_retries

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

client-handoff

Client handoff.

num_of_retries

Number of excessive retries before client handoff (from 0 to 255).


Defaults

0 excessive retries (disabled).

Examples

To set the client handoff to 100 excessive retries:

> config advanced client-handoff 100

Related Commands

show advanced client-handoff

config advanced statistics

To enable or disable Cisco Wireless LAN controller port statistics collection, use the config advanced statistics command.

config advanced statistics {enable | disable}

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

statistics

Statistics.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable switch port statistics.


Defaults

Enabled.

Examples

To disable statistics:

> config advanced statistics disable

Related Commands

show advanced statistics, show stats port, show stats switch

CONFIG ADVANCED TIMERS COMMANDS

User the advanced timers commands to configure advanced 802.11a settings.

config advanced timers ap-discovery-timeout

The Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point discovery time-out is how often a Cisco Wireless LAN controller attempts to discover unconnected Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points. To configure the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point discovery time-out, use the config advanced timers ap-discovery-timeout command.

config advanced timers ap-discovery-timeout seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

timers

Network timers.

ap-discovery-timeout

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point discovery timeout.

seconds

Timeout value between 1 and 10 seconds.


Defaults

10 seconds.

Examples

> config advanced timers ap-discovery-timeout 20

Related Commands

show advanced timers

config advanced timers ap-heartbeat-timeout

The Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point heartbeat timeout controls how often the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point sends a heartbeat keep-alive signal to the Cisco Wireless LAN controller. To configure the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point heartbeat timeout, use the config advanced timers ap-heartbeat-timeout command.

config advanced timers ap-heartbeat-timeout seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

timers

Network timers.

ap-heartbeat-timeout

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point heartbeat timeout.

seconds

Timeout value between 1 and 30 seconds.


Defaults

30 seconds.

Examples

> config advanced timers ap-heartbeat-timeout 20

Related Commands

show advanced timers

config advanced timers auth-timeout

To configure the authentication timeout, use the config advanced timers auth-timeout command.

config advanced timers auth-timeout seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

timers

Network timers.

auth-timeout

Authentication response timeout.

seconds

Timeout value in seconds between 5 and 600.


Defaults

10 seconds.

Examples

> config advanced timers auth-timeout 20

Related Commands

show advanced timers

config advanced timers eap-timeout

To configure the EAP expiration timeout, use the config advanced timers eap-timeout command.

config advanced timers eap-timeout seconds

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

timers

Network timers.

eap-timeout

EAP timeout.

seconds

Timeout value in seconds between 8 and 120.


Defaults

(None.)

Examples

> config advanced timers eap-timeout 10

Related Commands

show advanced timers

config advanced timers eap-identity-request-delay

To configure the advanced EAP identity request delay in seconds, use the config advanced timers eap-identity-request-delay command.

config advanced timers eap-identity-request-delay seconds

Syntax Description

show

Display configurations.

advanced

Advanced parameters.

timers eap-identity-request-delay

Advanced system timers.

seconds

Number of seconds between 0 and 10.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> show advanced timers eap-identity-request-delay 8

Related Commands

config advanced timers auth-timeout, config advanced timers rogue-ap, show advanced timers

CONFIG AP COMMANDS

Use the following CONFIG AP commands.

config ap add

To add a Foreign Access Point, use the config ap add command.

config ap add MAC port {enable | disable} IP_address

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

add

Add a Foreign Access Point.

MAC

Foreign Access Point MAC address.

port

Port number for accessing the Foreign Access Point.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable 802.1X authentication for a Foreign Access Point.

IP_address

IP Address for a Foreign Access Point. A value of 0 (default) means that the address is assigned by a DHCP server.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap add 12:12:12:12:12:12 2033 enable 192.12.12.1

Related Commands

config ap

config ap bhmode

To configure the Cisco Bridge Backhaul Mode, use the config ap bhmode command.

config ap bhmode {11a | 11b | 11g} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

bhmode

Configure the Cisco Bridge Backhaul Mode.

{11a | 11b | 11g}

Enter 11a to set 11a as the Cisco Bridge Backhaul Mode.

Enter 11b to set 11b as the Cisco Bridge Backhaul Mode.

Enter 11g to set 11g as the Cisco Bridge Backhaul Mode.

Cisco_AP

Name of a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap bhmode 11g AP02
 
   
Changing the AP's backhaul mode will cause the AP to reboot.
Are you sure you want to continue? (y/n)

Related Commands

config ap

config ap bhrate

To configure the Cisco Bridge Backhaul Tx Rate, use the config ap bhrate command.

config ap bhrate rate Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

bhrate

Configure Cisco Bridge Backhaul Tx Rate.

rate

Cisco Bridge Backhaul Tx Rate in Kbps. The legal values are: 6000, 12000, 18000, 24000, 36000, 48000, and 54000.

Cisco_AP

Name of a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap bhrate 54000 AP01

Related Commands

config ap

config ap bridgegroupname

To set or delete bridgegroupname on a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point, use the config ap bridgegroupname command.


Note Only access points with the same bridgegroupname can connect to each other.


config ap bridgegroupname {set groupname | delete} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

bridgegroupname

Set or delete bridgegroupname on a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point

{set groupname |
delete}

Enter set groupname to set a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point's bridgegroupname.

Enter delete to delete a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point's bridgegroupname.

Cisco_AP

Name of a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap bridgegroupname delete AP02
 
   
Changing the AP's bridgegroupname may strand the bridge AP. Please continue with caution.
Changing the AP's bridgegroupname will also cause the AP to reboot.
Are you sure you want to continue? (y/n)

Related Commands

config ap

config ap bridging

To enable or disable Ethernet-to-Ethernet bridging on a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point, use the config ap bridging command.

config ap bridging {enable | disable} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

bridging

enable or disable Ethernet-to-Ethernet bridging on a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable Ethernet-to-Ethernet bridging.

Cisco_AP

Name of a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> 

Related Commands

config ap

config ap core-dump

To configure a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point's memory core dump, use the config ap core-dump command.

config ap core-dump {enable IP_address filename {compress | uncompress} | disable}
{
Cisco_AP | all}

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

core-dump

Configure a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point's memory core dump.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable Ethernet-to-Ethernet bridging.

IP_address

IP Address for the TFTP server.

filename

Image file name on the TFTP server.

{compress | uncompress}

Enter compress to compress the core dump file.

Enter uncompress to not compress the core dump file.

{Cisco_AP | all}

Name of a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point or all to specify all access points.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap core-dump enable 192.1.1.1 log compress AP02

Related Commands

config ap

config ap crash-file clear-all

To delete all crash and radio core dump files, use the config ap crash-file clear-all command.

config ap crash-file clear-all

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

crash-file clear-all

Delete all crash and radio core dump files.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap crash-file clear-all

Related Commands

config ap

config ap crash-file delete

To delete a single crash or radio core dump file, use the config ap crash-file delete command.

config ap crash-file delete filename

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

crash-file delete

Delete a single crash or radio core dump file.

filename

Name of the file to delete.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap crash-file delete crash-file-1

Related Commands

config ap

config ap crash-file get-crash-file

To collect the latest crash data for a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config ap crash-file get-crash-file command. Use the transfer upload datatype command to transfer the collected data to the Cisco Wireless LAN controller.

config ap crash-file get-crash-file Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

ap

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.

crash-file get-crash-file

Collect the latest crash data for an access point.

Cisco_AP

Name of the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap crash-file get-crash-file AP3

config ap crash-file get-radio-core-dump

To get a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point's radio core dump, use the config ap crash-file get-radio-core-dump command.

config ap crash-file get-radio-core-dump Slot_ID Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

crash-file radio-core-dump

Get a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point's radio core dump.

Slot_ID

The slot ID (either 0 or 1).

Cisco_AP

Name of a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap crash-file get-radio-core-dump 0 AP02

Related Commands

config ap

config ap delete

To delete a Foreign Access Point, use the config ap delete command.

config ap delete MAC

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

delete

Delete a Foreign Access Point.

MAC

Foreign Access Point MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap delete 12:12:12:12:12:12

Related Commands

config ap

config ap disable

To disable a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config ap disable command.

config ap disable Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

ap

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.

disable

Disable command.

Cisco_AP

Name of the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap disable AP1

Related Commands

config ap enable

config ap enable

To enable a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config ap enable command.

config ap enable Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

ap

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.

enable

Enable command.

Cisco_AP

Name of the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap enable AP1

Related Commands

config ap disable

config ap group-name

To specify a descriptive group name for a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config ap group-name command. The Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point must be disabled before changing this parameter.

config ap group-name groupname Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

ap

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.

groupname

Descriptive group name.

Cisco_AP

Name of the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap group-name superusers AP01

Related Commands

show ap summary

config ap led-state

To enable or disable the LED-State for an access point, use the config ap led-state command.

config ap led-state {enable | disable} {Cisco_AP | all}

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

led-state

Enable or disable the LED-State for an access point.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable the access point's LED-State.

{Cisco_AP | all}

Name of a Cisco 1000 Series lightweight access point or all to specify all access points.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap led-state enable AP02

Related Commands

config ap

config ap location

To modify the descriptive location of a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config ap location command. The Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point must be disabled before changing this parameter.

config ap location location Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

ap

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.

location

Descriptive location.

location

Location name (enclosed by double quotation marks).

Cisco_AP

Name of the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap location "Building 1" AP1

Related Commands

show ap summary

config ap mode

Cisco Wireless LAN controllers communicate with Cisco 1000 series lightweight access points in one of three modes: local (normal), reap (remote office, must connect to a Cisco 1030 remote edge lightweight access point), or monitor (listen-only). To change a Cisco Wireless LAN controller communication option for an individual Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config ap mode command.

Note that the bridge mode can be set only on Cisco 1030 remote edge lightweight access points.

config ap mode {local | reap | monitor | rogue | sniffer | bridge} Cisco_AP

Syntax Description

config ap mode

Configure boot option.

{local | reap | monitor | rogue | sniffer | bridge}

You have six choices:

Enter local to specify the local mode.

Enter reap to specify the remote edge access point mode.

Enter monitor to specify the monitor-only mode.

Enter rogure to specify the rogue detector mode.

Enter sniffer to specify the wireless sniffer mode.

Enter bridge to specify the bridge access point mode.

Cisco_AP

Name of the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.


Defaults

Local.

Examples

Sets the Cisco Wireless LAN controller to communicate with AP01 in local (normal) mode:

> config ap mode local AP01
 
   

Sets the Cisco Wireless LAN controller to communicate with Cisco 1030 remote edge lightweight access point AP91 in remote office mode:

> config ap mode reap AP91
 
   

Sets the Cisco Wireless LAN controller to communicate with AP02 in monitor (listen-only) mode:

> config ap mode monitor AP02
 
   

Sets the AP91 in rogue access point detector mode:

> config ap mode rogue AP91
 
   

Sets the AP02 in wireless sniffer mode. It will capture and forward all the packets from the clients on that channel to a remote machine that runs AiroPeek (A packet analyzer for IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs). It will include information on timestamp, signal strength, packet size and so on.

> config ap mode sniffer AP02
 
   

Sets the AP91 in bridge mode:

> config ap mode bridge AP91

Note The bridge mode can be set only on a Cisco 1030 remote edge lightweight access point.


Related Commands

show ap config

config ap name

To modify the name of a Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point, use the config ap name command.

config ap name new_name old_name

Syntax Description

config

Configure parameters.

ap

Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.

name

Name of the Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point.

new_name

Desired Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.

old_name

Current Cisco 1000 series lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap name AP1 AP2

Related Commands

show ap config

config ap port

To configure the port for a Foreign Access Point., use the config ap port command.

config ap port MAC port

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

port

Configure the port for a Foreign Access Point

MAC

Foreign Access Point MAC address.

port

Port number for accessing the Foreign Access Point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap port 12:12:12:12:12:12 20

Related Commands

config ap

config ap power injector

To configure the power injector state for an access point, use the config ap power injector command.

config ap power injector {enable | disable} {Cisco_AP | all} {installed | override | switch_MAC}

Syntax Description

config

Display configurations.

ap

Advanced parameters.

power

Configure the power injector state for an access point.

{enable | disable}

Enable or disable the power injector state for an access point.

Cisco_AP

Name of the Cisco lightweight access point.

all

Configure all Cisco lightweight access points connected to the controller.

installed

Detect the MAC address of the current switch port that has a power injector.

override

Override the safety checks and assume a power injector is always installed.

switch_MAC

The MAC address of the switch port with an installed power injector.


Defaults

None.

Examples

> config ap power injector enable ap02 installed

Related Commands

config ap

config ap power pre-standard