Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide, Release 3.2
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Table Of Contents

Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W -

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Numerics

7920 support mode 6-9

802.11 bands, enabling and disabling 4-7

802.1X dynamic key settings 6-4

802.3x flow control 4-8

A

access point LEDs 1-14, D-1

access points

configuring 4400 series controller to support more than 483-30to 3-36

number supported per controller3-3to 3-4

administrator access 4-7

Admin Status parameter 3-19

Alarm Trigger Threshold parameter 9-14

All APs > Details page 9-13

All APs page 9-8, 9-12

anchor controller, in inter-subnet roaming 10-4

AP Authentication Policy page 9-14

AP-manager interface

configuring using the CLI3-12to 3-13

configuring using the GUI3-9to 3-11

creating multiple interfaces3-34to 3-36

described 3-6

illustration of four AP-manager interfaces 3-34

illustration of three AP-manager interfaces 3-33

illustration of two AP-manager interfaces 3-32

using multiple3-31to 3-36

AP Mode parameter 9-13

Assignment Method parameter 9-25

authentication information element (IE) 9-12

auto-anchor mobility

configuring using the CLI 10-14

configuring using the GUI10-12to 10-13

guidelines 10-12

overview10-11to 10-12

autonomous access points 7-9

auto RF 4-5

Auto RF button 9-9, 9-27

Avoid Cisco AP Load parameter 9-18

Avoid Foreign AP Interference parameter 9-17

Avoid Non-802.11a (802.11b) Noise parameter 9-18

B

Base MAC Address parameter 3-24

bridge protocol data units (BPDUs) 3-21

C

CAC 6-10

Channel Assignment Leader parameter 9-18

Channel Assignment Method parameter 9-17

Channel List parameter 9-21

channels

statically assigning using the CLI 9-26

statically assigning using the GUI9-24to 9-25

Cisco 2000 Series Wireless LAN Controllers, ports 3-2, 3-3

Cisco 4100 Series Wireless LAN Controllers, ports 3-2, 3-3

Cisco 4400 Series Wireless LAN Controllers

configuring to support more than 48 access points3-30to 3-36

models 3-3

ports 3-2, 3-3

Cisco APs > Configure page 9-25

Cisco WiSM, ports 3-3, 3-4

client location 1-9

Client Min Exception Level threshold parameter 9-21

Clients threshold parameter 9-20

commands

config 802.11a channel 9-26

config 802.11a channel global 9-22

config 802.11a disable 9-22, 9-26

config 802.11a enable 9-23, 9-26

config 802.11a txPower 9-26

config 802.11a txPower global auto 9-23

config 802.11b 11gSupport enable 9-23, 9-26

config 802.11b channel 9-26

config 802.11b channel global 9-22

config 802.11b disable 9-22, 9-26

config 802.11b enable 9-23

config 802.11b txPower 9-26

config 802.11b txPower global 9-23

config ap mode 9-15

config interface 3-16, 3-17

config interface acl ap-manager 3-13

config interface acl management 3-12

config interface address ap-manager 3-13

config interface address management 3-12

config interface address service-port 3-14

config interface address virtual 3-13

config interface dhcp ap-manager 3-13

config interface dhcp management 3-12

config interface dhcp service-port 3-14

config interface hostname virtual 3-13

config interface port ap-manager 3-13

config interface port management 3-12

config interface vlan ap-manager 3-13

config interface vlan management 3-12

config lag 3-30

config mobility group anchor 10-14

config mobility group member 10-11

config mobility group name 10-11

config network rf-network-name 9-8

config route 3-14

config spanningtree 3-26, 3-27

config wlan disable 3-12, 3-13, 3-16

config wlan mobility anchor 10-14

config wps ap-authentication 9-15

reset system 3-13

show advanced 802.11a 9-28

show advanced 802.11a group 9-11

show advanced 802.11b 9-28

show advanced 802.11b group 9-11

show interface 3-16, 3-17

show interface detailed ap-manager 3-12, 3-13

show interface detailed management 3-12

show interface detailed service-port 3-14

show interface detailed virtual 3-13

show interface summary 3-12

show lag 3-30

show mobility anchor 10-14

show mobility summary 10-11

show network 9-8

show spanningtree 3-26, 3-27

show wlan mobility anchor 10-14

config 802.11a channel command 9-26

config 802.11a channel global command 9-22

config 802.11a disable command 9-22, 9-26

config 802.11a enable command 9-23, 9-26

config 802.11a txPower command 9-26

config 802.11a txPower global command 9-23

config 802.11b 11gSupport enable command 9-23, 9-26

config 802.11b channel command 9-26

config 802.11b channel global command 9-22

config 802.11b disable command 9-22, 9-26

config 802.11b enable command 9-26

config 802.11b txPower command 9-26

config 802.11b txPower global command 9-23

config ap mode command 9-15

config interface acl ap-manager command 3-13

config interface acl management command 3-12

config interface address ap-manager command 3-13

config interface address management command 3-12

config interface address service-port command 3-14

config interface address virtual command 3-13

config interface commands 3-16, 3-17

config interface dhcp ap-manager command 3-13

config interface dhcp management command 3-12

config interface dhcp service-port command 3-14

config interface dhcp service-port none command 3-14

config interface hostname virtual command 3-13

config interface port ap-manager command 3-13

config interface port management command 3-12

config interface vlan ap-manager command 3-13

config interface vlan management command 3-12

config lag commands 3-30

config mobility group anchor command 10-14

config mobility group member 10-11

config mobility group name command 10-11

config network rf-network-name command 9-8

config route command 3-14

config spanningtree commands 3-26, 3-27

configurations, saving 8-4

configuration wizard 4-2

config wlan disable command 3-12, 3-13, 3-16

config wlan mobility anchor command 10-14

config wps ap-authentication command 9-15

controller discovery using DNS 7-7

Controller Network Module

ports 3-3, 3-4

using 4-13

Controller Spanning Tree Configuration page 3-24

country channels 9-21

country code, configuring 4-5

Coverage Exception Level threshold parameter 9-20

coverage hole, detection 9-4

Coverage Measurement parameter 9-22

Coverage threshold parameter 9-20

D

Data Rate threshold parameter 9-20

DCA channels 9-21

declarations of conformity B-1

Default Mobility Group parameter 10-9

default settings, resetting to 4-3

default username 4-3

Designated Root parameter 3-24

DFS 7-8

DHCP 5-7

DHCP server, assigning WLAN to 6-3

Diffie-Hellman 6-7

disable web-based management 2-5

distribution system ports

described3-3to 3-4

DNS for controller discovery 7-7

DTPC 4-9

dynamic channel assignment 9-3

dynamic interface

configuring using the CLI3-16to 3-17

configuring using the GUI3-14to 3-16

described 3-7

dynamic RRM

See radio resource management (RRM) 9-15

dynamic transmit power control 9-4

dynamic WEP 6-4

E

Enable AP Neighbor Authentication parameter 9-14

Enable Dynamic AP Management parameter 3-36

error messages D-1

F

FCC Declaration of Conformity B-2

flow control 4-8

foreign controller, in inter-subnet roaming 10-4

Forward Delay parameter 3-25, 3-26

G

General page 3-29, 9-7

Global Parameters > Auto RF page 9-10

Global Parameters page 9-9

Group Mode parameter 9-11, 9-16

guest WLAN mobility

See auto-anchor mobility 10-11

GUI 2-2

H

Hello Time parameter 3-25, 3-26

help 2-5

Hold Time parameter 3-25

I

Identity Networking 5-16

IKE authentication 6-7

Integrated Services Router, CNM installed in 4-13

inter-controller roaming 10-3

interfaces

configuring using the CLI3-12to 3-14

configuring using the GUI3-9to 3-11

overview3-5to3-7, ??to 3-7

Interfaces > Edit page 3-15, 3-35

Interfaces > New page 3-15, 3-35

Interfaces page 3-10

interference, defined 9-3

Interference threshold parameter 9-20

inter-subnet roaming10-3to 10-4

intra-controller roaming 10-2

Invoke Channel Update Now button 9-17

Invoke Power Update Now button 9-19

IPSec, enabling 6-6

IPSec passthrough 6-8

L

LAG

See link aggregation (LAG) 3-27

LAG Mode on Next Reboot parameter 3-29

Last Auto Channel Assignment parameter 9-18

Last Power Level Assignment parameter 9-20

Layer 2 security, configuring 6-4

Layer 3 security, configuring 6-6

LED patterns, access points 1-14, D-1

link aggregation (LAG)

configuring neighboring devices 3-30

described3-27to 3-28

enabling using the CLI 3-30

enabling using the GUI 3-29

guidelines3-28to 3-29

illustration 3-27, 3-28

Link Status parameter 3-18

Link Trap parameter 3-19

load balancing 9-4

Load Measurement parameter 9-21

Local Netuser 6-8

long preambles 5-4

M

MAC filtering, configuring on WLANs 6-3

management interface

configuring using the CLI 3-12

configuring using the GUI3-9to 3-11

described3-5to 3-6

Max Age parameter 3-25

Maximum Age parameter 3-25

mirror mode

See port mirroring 3-20

mobility, overview10-2to 10-5

Mobility Anchor Create button 10-13

mobility anchors

See auto-anchor mobility 10-11

Mobility Anchors page 10-13

Mobility Group Member > New page 10-9

Mobility Group Members > Edit All page 10-10

mobility group name, entering 10-9

mobility groups

configuring using the CLI 10-11

configuring using the GUI10-8to 10-10

determining when to include controllers 10-7

difference from RF groups 9-5

examples 10-6

illustrated 10-5

overview10-5to 10-7

prerequisites10-7to 10-8

MODE button 7-13

Multicast Appliance Mode parameter 3-19

multicasting, configuring 4-9

N

Noise Measurement parameter 9-21

Noise threshold parameter 9-20

NTP 4-5

P

Physical Mode parameter 3-19

Physical Status parameter 3-18

Port > Configure page 3-18

port mirroring

configuring3-20to 3-21

Port Number parameter 3-18

ports

2000 series controllers 3-3

4100 series controllers 3-3

4400 series controllers 3-3

Cisco WiSM 3-3

comparison table 3-3

configuring3-17to 3-27

connecting additional ports to support more than 48 access points 3-36

Controller Network Module 3-3

on Cisco 2000 series controllers 3-2

on Cisco 4100 series controllers 3-2

on Cisco 4400 series controllers 3-2

on Cisco WiSM 3-4

on Controller Network Module 3-4

overview3-2to 3-4

Ports page 3-17

Power Assignment Leader parameter 9-20

Power Level Assignment Method parameter 9-19

Power Neighbor Count parameter 9-20

Power Over Ethernet (PoE) parameter 3-19

Power Threshold parameter 9-20

Power Update Contribution parameter 9-20

preambles, long 5-4

Priority parameter 3-25

profile thresholds9-20to 9-21

Q

QBSS, configuring 6-9

QoS, configuring 6-8

R

radio resource management (RRM)

benefits 9-5

configuring dynamic RRM using the CLI9-22to 9-23

configuring dynamic RRM using the GUI9-16to 9-22

debug commands 9-28

disabling dynamic channel and power assignment using the CLI 9-27

disabling dynamic channel and power assignment using the GUI 9-27

overriding dynamic RRM9-23to 9-27

overview9-2to 9-5

overview of dynamic RRM 9-15

statically assigning channel and transmit power settings using the CLI 9-26

statically assigning channel and transmit power settings using the GUI9-24to 9-25

update interval 9-6, 9-11

Radio Resource Management, configuring 4-8

radio resource monitoring 9-2

Radios page 9-24

RADIUS settings 4-7

regulatory information 1-14, B-1

reset button 7-13

reset system command 3-13

resetting a controller 8-5

RF Channel Assignment parameter 9-27

RF domain

See RF groups 9-5

RF exposure B-5

RF group leader

described 9-6

viewing 9-11

RF group name

described 9-6

entering 9-7

RF groups

configuring using the CLI 9-8

configuring using the GUI 9-7

difference from mobility groups 9-5

overview9-5to 9-6

viewing status using the CLI 9-11

viewing status using the GUI9-8to 9-11

RF-Network Name parameter 9-7

rogue access point alarm 9-14

rogue access point detection

enabling using the CLI 9-15

enabling using the GUI9-12to 9-14

rogue access points, solutions for 5-3

root bridge 3-21

Root Cost parameter 3-24

Root Port parameter 3-24

RRM 4-5

See radio resource management 9-2

S

safety warnings A-1

secure web mode 2-2

security solutions 5-2

serial port

baudrate setting 2-6

timeout 2-6

service port

described 3-4

service-port interface

configuring using the CLI 3-14

configuring using the GUI3-9to 3-11

described 3-7

show advanced 802.11a commands 9-28

show advanced 802.11a group 9-11

show advanced 802.11b commands 9-28

show advanced 802.11b group 9-11

show interface commands 3-16, 3-17

show interface detailed ap-manager command 3-12, 3-13

show interface detailed management command 3-12

show interface detailed service-port command 3-14

show interface detailed virtual command 3-13

show interface summary command 3-12

show lag command 3-30

show mobility anchor command 10-14

show mobility summary command 10-11

show network command 9-8

show spanningtree commands 3-26, 3-27

show wlan mobility anchor command 10-14

Signal Measurement parameter 9-22

Signal Strength Contribution parameter 9-18

SNMP alert 9-20

SNMP settings 4-8

snmp traps 4-8

Spanning Tree Algorithm parameter 3-25

Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

configuring using the CLI3-26to 3-27

configuring using the GUI3-22to 3-26

described 3-21

spanning-tree root 3-21

Spanning Tree Specification parameter 3-24

SpectraLink NetLink phones 5-4

startup wizard 4-2

static and dynamic WEP on same wireless LAN 6-6

Static Mobility Group Members page 10-8

STP Mode parameter 3-23

STP Port Designated Bridge parameter 3-22

STP Port Designated Cost parameter 3-22

STP Port Designated Port parameter 3-22

STP Port Designated Root parameter 3-22

STP Port Forward Transitions Count parameter 3-22

STP Port ID parameter 3-22

STP Port Path Cost Mode parameter 3-23

STP Port Path Cost parameter 3-23

STP Port Priority parameter 3-23

STP State parameter 3-22

Supervisor 720 4-10

SX/LC/T small form-factor plug-in (SFP) modules 3-3

system logging 4-8

system logging, enabling 4-8

system messages D-1

T

time and date settings 4-5

timeout, disabled clients 6-4

Time Since Topology Changed parameter 3-24

Topology Change Count parameter 3-24

transmit power

statically assigning using the CLI 9-26

statically assigning using the GUI9-24to 9-25

transmit power levels, described 9-25

tunnel attributes 5-19

Tx Power Level Assignment parameter 9-27

U

username, default 4-3

Utilization threshold parameter 9-20

V

virtual interface

configuring using the CLI 3-13

configuring using the GUI3-9to 3-11

described3-6to 3-7

VLAN Identifier parameter

for AP-manager interface 3-11

for dynamic interface 3-15, 3-16

for management interface 3-10

VLAN interface

See dynamic interface

VLANs 3-7, 3-9

VLANs, assigning WLANs to 6-4

W

warnings A-1

Web Authentication 5-8

web authentication

customizing operation5-11to 5-15

Web authentication login screen 5-8

WEP keys 6-5

wireless LANs, configuring 6-1

wireless LANs, configuring both static and dynamic WEP 6-6

WiSM guidelines 4-11

wizard, startup 4-2

WLANs, described3-8to 3-9

WLANs page 10-12

WMM 6-9

world mode 4-9

WPA 6-5