Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide, Release 4.0
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

Numerics

1000 series access points

antennas7-6to 7-7

models 7-6

overview 7-4

1030 remote edge access points

illustrated 7-5

overview7-5to 7-6

1500 series access points

See AP1510

7920 support mode

configuring 6-19

described 6-18

802.11a (or 802.11b) > Client Roaming page 4-20

802.11a (or 802.11b) > Video Parameters page 4-25

802.11a (or 802.11b) > Voice Parameters page 4-23

802.11a (or 802.11b/g) Cisco APs > Configure page 5-17, 10-25

802.11a (or 802.11b/g) Global Parameters > Auto RF page 10-10

802.11a (or 802.11b/g) Global Parameters page 10-9, 10-30

802.11a (or 802.11b/g) Network Status parameter 4-24, 4-25, 4-26

802.11a (or 802.11b/g) Radios page 4-29, 10-24

802.11 bands, enabling and disabling 4-7

802.1Q VLAN trunk port 3-4

802.1X

configuring 6-10

described 6-9

802.1X+CCKM

configuring 6-10

described 6-9

802.1X authentication, configuring 6-8

802.1X dynamic key settings 6-7

802.3 bridging, configuring 6-17

802.3 frames, described 6-17

802.3x flow control, enabling 4-13

A

Access Control List Name parameter 5-9

access control lists (ACLs)

and identity networking 5-22

applying to an interface 5-12, 5-13

configuring

using the CLI5-12to 5-13

using the GUI5-9to 5-12

described 5-8

rules 5-8, 5-10, 5-12

Access Control Lists > Edit page 5-11

Access Control Lists > New page 5-9

Access Control Lists > Rules > New page 5-10

Access Control Lists page 5-9

Access Mode parameter 4-10, 4-12

access point assisted roaming, described 4-19

access points

1000 series

models 7-6

overview 7-4

adding MAC address to controller filter list

using the CLI 7-13

using the GUI7-12to 7-13

antennas7-6to 7-7

AP1030 overview7-5to 7-6

AP1510 overview 7-9

configuring 4400 series controller to support more than 483-36to 3-41

connectors7-7to 7-8

guidelines for operating in Japan B-6

LEDs

configuring 7-36

described 7-7

interpreting D-5

mounting options 7-8

number supported per controller3-3to??, 3-3to 3-4

physical security 7-9

power supply 7-8

priming 7-2

regulatory informationB-2to ??

rules for operating in TaiwanB-7to B-8

See also LWAPP-enabled access points

supported for use with hybrid REAP 12-2

using monitor mode 7-9

VCI strings 7-22

ACL Name parameter 5-12

Action parameter 5-11

Adaptive Wireless Path Protocol (AWPP), described 7-9

Add New Rule button 5-10

Add Web Server button 9-14

administrator access 4-8

administrator usernames and passwords, configuring 4-8

Admin Status parameter 3-21, 6-5, 6-13

Admission Control (ACM) parameter 4-24, 4-25

AES

configuring 6-10, 6-11

parameter 6-10

AES-CCMP, described 6-9

Aironet IE parameter 6-12, 6-23

Aironet IEs

configuring using the CLI 6-24

configuring using the GUI6-22to 6-23

Alarm Trigger Threshold parameter 10-14

All APs > Details page 7-17, 7-27, 7-34, 10-13, 12-13

All APs page 10-9, 10-12, 12-13

Allow AAA Override parameter 12-8

anchor controller, in inter-subnet roaming 11-4

antenna connectors, external7-6to 7-7

antennas, for access points7-6to 7-7

antenna sectorization 7-7

AP > Clients > Traffic Stream Metrics page 4-30

AP > Clients page 4-29

AP1010, described 7-6

AP1020, described 7-6

AP1030, described 7-6

AP1510

configuring and deploying7-11to 7-18

overview 7-9

AP Authentication Policy page 5-14, 10-13

AP-manager interface

configuring

using the CLI3-13to 3-14

using the GUI3-10to 3-12

creating multiple interfaces3-39to 3-41

described 3-6

illustration

of four AP-manager interfaces 3-39

of three AP-manager interfaces 3-38

of two AP-manager interfaces 3-37

using multiple3-36to 3-41

AP Mode parameter 7-17, 10-13, 12-13

AP Role parameter 7-17

Assignment Method parameter 10-25

audience of document 1-16

authentication information element (IE) 10-12

Authentication Protocol parameter 4-12

Auth Key Mgmt parameter 6-10

auto-anchor mobility

configuring

using the CLI 11-14

using the GUI11-13to 11-14

guidelines 11-12

overview11-11to 11-12

autonomous access points converted to lightweight mode

See LWAPP-enabled access points

auto RF, configuring using the configuration wizard 4-5

Auto RF button 10-9, 10-27

Avoid Cisco AP Load parameter 10-18

Avoid Foreign AP Interference parameter 10-17

Avoid Non-802.11a (802.11b) Noise parameter 10-18

B

Backhaul Interface parameter 7-17

Base MAC Address parameter 3-27

bootup script 4-4

Bridge Data Rate parameter 7-18

bridge group name, described 7-10

Bridge Group Name parameter 7-17

bridge protocol data units (BPDUs) 3-23

Bridge Type parameter 7-17

bridging parameters

configuring using the CLI 7-18

configuring using the GUI7-16to 7-18

broadcast radio measurement requests 10-29

C

CAC

configuring for 7920 phones 6-19

described 4-22

enabling

using the CLI 4-31

using the GUI 4-24, 4-25

viewing using the CLI 4-32

Canadian compliance statement B-3

Catalyst 3750G Integrated Wireless LAN Controller Switch

described 1-11

logical connectivity diagram and associated software commandsE-6to E-8

ports 3-3, 3-4

caution, defined 1-17

CCKM

configuring 6-10

described 6-9

CCX

configuring Aironet IEs

using the CLI 6-24

using the GUI6-22to 6-23

described 6-22

viewing a client's version

using the CLI 6-25

using the GUI 6-24

CCX Layer 2 client roaming

configuring

using the CLI4-21to 4-22

using the GUI4-20to 4-21

described 4-19

CCX link test 7-28

CCX radio management

configuring

using the CLI 10-31

using the GUI10-30to 10-31

features 10-29

hybrid-REAP considerations 10-29

obtaining information using the CLI 10-32

CCX Version parameter 6-24

Channel Assignment Leader parameter 10-18

Channel Assignment Method parameter 10-17

Channel List parameter 10-21

channels

statically assigning using the CLI 10-26

statically assigning using the GUI10-24to 10-25

CIDS Sensor Add page 5-27

CIDS Sensors List page 5-26

CIDS Shun List page 5-30

ciphers

configuring 6-10, 6-11

described 6-9

Cisco 2000 Series Wireless LAN Controllers

FCC statement B-8

network connections

overview??to 1-18

ports 3-2, 3-3

Cisco 28/37/38xx Integrated Services Router

described 1-11

logical connectivity diagram and associated software commands E-5

ports 3-3, 3-4

using4-35to 4-36

Cisco 4400 Series Wireless LAN Controllers

configuring to support more than 48 access points3-36to 3-41

described 1-10

FCC statement B-9

models 3-4

network connections

illustrated 1-19

overview1-18to ??

ports 3-2, 3-3

Cisco Aironet 1510 Series Lightweight Outdoor Mesh Access Point

See AP1510

Cisco Client Extensions (CCX)

See CCX

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)

configuring7-31to 7-33

described 7-31

supported devices 7-31

Cisco high-power switches 7-34

Cisco Logo parameter 9-10

Cisco Unified Wireless Network (UWN) Solution

described1-2to 1-5

illustrated 1-3

Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS), described 1-2

Cisco WiSM

described 1-10

guidelines 4-34

logical connectivity diagram and associated software commandsE-3to ??

ports 3-3, 3-4

CKIP

configuring

using the CLI 6-14, 6-15

using the GUI6-12to 6-14

described 6-12

clearing the controller configuration 8-5

CLI

basic commands 2-8

enabling wireless connections 2-9

logging into2-7to 2-8

logging out 2-8

navigating 2-8

using2-5to 2-8

client location 1-8

Client Min Exception Level threshold parameter 10-21

client roaming, configuring4-17to 4-22

clients

viewing CCX version using the CLI 6-25

viewing CCX version using the GUI 6-24

Clients > AP > Traffic Stream Metrics page 4-28

Clients > AP page 4-28

Clients > Detail page 4-27, 6-24

Clients page 4-26, 7-29

Clients threshold parameter 10-20

Commands > Reset to Factory Defaults page 4-3

Community Name parameter 4-10

configuration wizard

described 4-2

running4-4to 4-5

controllers

configuration

clearing 8-5

erasing 8-5

saving 8-4

connections1-11to 1-12

discovery process 7-2

multiple-controller deployment

overview1-4to 1-5

overview1-7to 1-8

platforms1-9to 1-11

primary, secondary, and tertiary 1-8

single-controller deployment

overview1-3to 1-4

types of memory 1-16

upgrading software8-3to 8-4

Controller Spanning Tree Configuration page 3-26

controller subnet service set, described 7-10

Controller Time Source Valid parameter 5-16

conventions of document1-17to 1-19

country channels 10-21

Country Code parameter 4-6

country codes

commonly used??to 4-7

configuring

using the CLI4-6to 4-7

using the configuration wizard 4-5

using the GUI4-6to 4-7

Coverage Exception Level threshold parameter 10-20

coverage hole, detection 10-4

Coverage Measurement parameter 10-22

Coverage threshold parameter 10-20

crash information, sending from LWAPP-enabled access points to controller 7-22

Custom Signatures page 5-32

D

Data Rate threshold parameter 10-20

date, configuring 4-5

daylight saving time, configuring 4-5

DCA channels 10-21

debug commands, sending from controller to LWAPP-enabled access points 7-22

Default Mobility Group parameter 11-9

Description parameter 7-13

Designated Root parameter 3-27

Destination parameter 5-10

Destination Port parameter 5-11

DHCP

configuring using the CLI 6-5

configuring using the GUI 6-5

DHCP option 43

in controller discovery process 7-2

using 7-22

DHCP option 82

configuring5-7to 5-8

described 5-7

illustrated 5-7

DHCP Relay/DHCP Server IP Addr parameter 6-5

DHCP server discovery 7-2

DHCP servers

configuring using the configuration wizard 4-4

external 6-4

internal 6-3

Direction parameter 5-11

disabled clients, configuring a timeout 6-6

Disable Web-Based Management parameter 2-5

distribution system ports, described3-3to 3-4

document

audience 1-16

conventions1-17to 1-19

organization1-16to 1-17

purpose 1-16

domain name server (DNS) discovery 7-2

Download button 5-32, 9-15

Download File to Controller page 5-31, 9-15

DSCP parameter 5-11

dynamic channel allocation, specifying the channel set 10-22

dynamic channel assignment 10-3

dynamic frequency selection, described7-24to 7-25

dynamic interface

configuring

using the CLI3-17to 3-18

using the GUI3-15to 3-17

described 3-8

dynamic RRM

See radio resource management (RRM) 10-15

dynamic transmit power control

configuring 4-16

described 10-4

dynamic WEP, configuring 6-7

E

Enable Check for All Standard and Custom Signatures parameter 5-33

Enable Controller Management to be accessible from Wireless Clients parameter 2-9

Enable Dynamic AP Management parameter 3-41

Enable Zero Touch Configuration parameter 7-14

Encryption Key parameter 6-13

end user license agreementC-2to C-4

enhanced neighbor list, described 4-19

enhanced neighbor list request (E2E), described 4-19

erasing the controller configuration 8-5

Ethernet Bridging parameter 7-17

Ethernet connection 2-7

European declaration of conformityB-4to B-5

Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP), configuring 6-7

F

failover protection1-16to 1-17

FCC declaration of conformityB-2to B-3

FCC statement

2000 series controllers B-8

4400 series controllers B-9

File Name parameter 5-32, 9-15

File Path parameter 5-32, 9-15

file transfers 1-14

File Type parameter 5-32, 9-15

Fingerprint parameter 5-28

flashing LEDs, configuring 7-36

foreign controller, in inter-subnet roaming 11-4

Forward Delay parameter 3-27, 3-28

G

General page 3-34, 10-7

Generate Password parameter 9-5

Group Mode parameter 10-11, 10-16

guest user accounts

creating9-2to 9-7

creating as a lobby ambassador9-4to 9-6

viewing

using the CLI 9-7

using the GUI 9-6

guest WLAN, creating 9-5

guest WLAN mobility

See auto-anchor mobility 11-11

GUI

disabling 2-5

enabling wireless connections 2-9

guidelines 2-2

opening 2-2

using 2-2

H

Headline parameter 9-10

Hello Time parameter 3-27, 3-28

help, obtaining 2-5

Hold Time parameter 3-27

H-REAP Local Switching parameter 12-8

hybrid REAP

access points supported 12-2

authentication process12-2to 12-4

configuring12-5to 12-16

guidelines 12-4

illustrated 12-2

overview 12-2

Hysteresis parameter 4-20

I

identity networking

configuring5-20to 5-24

described1-12to 1-13

overview 5-21

RADIUS attributes5-22to 5-24

IDS

configuring5-26to 5-39

described 5-26

IDS sensors

configuring

using the CLI5-28to 5-29

using the GUI5-26to 5-28

described 5-26

IDS signature events

viewing using the CLI5-38to 5-39

viewing using the GUI5-35to 5-37

IDS signatures

configuring

using the CLI 5-37

using the GUI5-31to 5-37

described 5-30

enabling/disabling using the GUI5-32to 5-35

frequency 5-34

MAC frequency 5-34

measurement interval 5-34

pattern 5-34

quiet time 5-34

tracking method 5-34

uploading or downloading using the GUI5-31to 5-32

Index parameter 5-27

Injector Switch MAC Address parameter 7-35

inline power, described 7-33

intelligent power management (IPM) 7-34

inter-controller roaming

described 4-18

illustrated 11-3

Interface Name parameter 7-13

interfaces

and identity networking 5-23

configuring

using the CLI3-12to 3-15

using the GUI3-10to 3-12

overview3-5to 3-8

Interfaces > Edit page 3-16, 3-40

Interfaces > New page 3-16, 3-40

Interfaces page 3-11

interference, defined 10-3

Interference threshold parameter 10-20

inter-subnet roaming

described 4-18

illustrated11-3to 11-4

Interval parameter 10-30

intra-controller roaming

described 4-18

illustrated 11-2

Inventory page 7-26

Invoke Channel Update Now button 10-17

Invoke Power Update Now button 10-19

IP Address parameter 4-10, 5-32, 9-15

IP Mask parameter 4-10

K

Key Format parameter 6-13, 7-14

Key Index parameter 6-13

key permutation

configuring 6-14

described 6-12

Key Permutation parameter 6-14

Key Size parameter 6-13

L

LAG

See link aggregation (LAG) 3-29

LAG Mode on Next Reboot parameter 3-34

Last Auto Channel Assignment parameter 10-18

Last Power Level Assignment parameter 10-20

Layer 1 security 5-2

Layer 2

LWAPP discovery 7-2

operation 1-7

security

configuring6-7to 6-14

described 5-2

Layer 2 Security parameter 6-10, 6-13

Layer 3

LWAPP discovery 7-2

operation 1-7

security

configuring6-14to 6-17

described 5-3

LEDs

configuring 7-36

for access points 7-7

for controllers D-5

license agreementC-2to C-4

Lifetime parameter 9-5

Lightweight Access Point Protocol (LWAPP), described 7-2

lightweight mode, reverting to autonomous mode 7-20

limited warrantyC-4to C-7

link aggregation (LAG)

configuring neighboring devices 3-35

described3-29to 3-30

enabling

using the CLI 3-35

using the GUI 3-34

guidelines 3-33

illustrated 3-30, 3-32

Link Status parameter 3-20

Link Test

button 7-29

page 7-30

link test

described 7-27

performing

using the CLI 7-30

using the GUI7-29to 7-30

types of packets 7-27

Link Trap parameter 3-21

load balancing 10-4

Load Measurement parameter 10-21

lobby ambassador account

creating using the CLI 9-4

creating using the GUI9-2to 9-3

Lobby Ambassador Guest Management > Guest Users List > New page 9-4

Lobby Ambassador Guest Management > Guest Users List page 9-4, 9-6

Local Management Users > New page 9-3

Local Management Users page 9-2

local netusers, configuring 6-16

Local Net Users > New page 12-11

Local Net Users page 9-6

local user database, capacity 9-2

location calibration 10-29

logical connectivity diagram

Catalyst 3750G Integrated Wireless LAN Controller Switch E-6

Cisco 28/37/38xx Integrated Services Router E-5

Cisco WiSM E-3

logs 4-14

long preambles

described 5-4

enabling on SpectraLink NetLink phones

using the CLI5-5to 5-6

using the GUI 5-4

LWAPP-enabled access points

configuring a static IP address 7-24

disabling the reset button 7-24

enabling memory core dumps 7-23

guidelines 7-20

MAC addresses displayed on controller GUI 7-23

overview 7-20

receiving debug commands from controller 7-22

reverting to autonomous mode7-20to 7-21

sending crash information to controller 7-22

sending radio core dumps to controller 7-23

sending SSCs to controller 7-21

LWAPP transport mode, configuring using the configuration wizard 4-4

M

MAC address of access point

adding to controller filter list

using the CLI 7-13

using the GUI7-12to 7-13, 7-18

displayed on controller GUI 7-23

MAC Address parameter 7-13

MAC filtering, configuring on WLANs 6-6

MAC Filtering page 7-12

MAC filter list, described 7-10

MAC Filters > New page 7-13

management frame protection (MFP)

configuring

using the CLI 5-17

using the GUI5-14to 5-15

described5-13to 5-14

viewing settings

using the CLI5-18to 5-20

using the GUI5-15to 5-17

Management Frame Protection parameter 5-16

Management Frame Protection Settings page 5-16

management interface

configuring

using the CLI 3-12

using the configuration wizard 4-4

using the GUI3-10to 3-12

described 3-6

management over wireless

described 5-6

enabling

using the CLI 5-7

using the GUI 5-6

Max Age parameter 3-27

Maximum Age parameter 3-28

Maximum Retries parameter 5-32, 9-15

Max RF Bandwidth parameter 4-24, 4-25

memory

core dumps, enabling for LWAPP-enabled access points 7-23

types 1-16

mesh

described7-10to 7-11

illustrated 7-11

parameters

configuring using the CLI 7-15

configuring using the GUI7-14to 7-15

mesh access points (MAPs)

described 7-10

selecting 7-17

Mesh page 7-14

message logs 4-14

Message parameter 9-10

Metrics Collection parameter 4-24

MFP Frame Validation parameter 5-15

MFP Protection parameter 5-16

MFP Signature Generation parameter 5-15

MFP Validation parameter 5-16

MIC, described 6-9, 6-12

Minimum RSSI parameter 4-20

mirror mode

See port mirroring 3-22

MMH MIC

configuring 6-14

described 6-12

MMH Mode parameter 6-14

mobility, overview11-2to 11-5

Mobility Anchor Create button 11-13

mobility anchors

See auto-anchor mobility 11-12

Mobility Anchors page 11-13

Mobility Group Member > New page 11-9

Mobility Group Members > Edit All page 11-10

mobility group name, entering 11-9

mobility groups

configuring

using the CLI 11-11

using the configuration wizard 4-4

using the GUI11-8to 11-11

determining when to include controllers 11-7

difference from RF groups 10-5

examples 11-6

illustrated 11-5

overview11-5to 11-7

prerequisites11-7to 11-8

mobility ping tests, running 11-15

mode button

See reset button

Mode parameter 4-20, 10-30

monitor mode, described 7-9

Multicast Appliance Mode parameter 3-22

multicast mode

configuring 4-17

described 4-16

guidelines 4-16

N

Native VLAN ID parameter 12-14

network, described 7-10

Noise Measurement parameter 10-21

Noise threshold parameter 10-20

note, defined 1-17

NTP server, configuring 4-5

O

online help, using 2-5

open source terms C-7

operating system

security 1-6

software 1-5

organization of document1-16to 1-17

over-the-air provisioning (OTAP) 7-2

P

password recovery mechanism 4-7

Physical Mode parameter 3-21

Physical Status parameter 3-20

pico cell, described1-14to 1-15

ping link test, described 7-27

Port > Configure page 3-20

port mirroring, configuring3-22to 3-23

Port Number parameter 3-20

Port parameter 5-28

ports

comparison table 3-3

configuring3-19to 3-29

connecting additional ports to support more than 48 access points 3-41

on 2000 series controllers 3-2, 3-3

on 4400 series controllers 3-2, 3-3

on Catalyst 3750G Integrated Wireless LAN Controller Switch 3-3, 3-4

on Cisco 28/37/38xx Series Integrated Services Router 3-3, 3-4

on Cisco WiSM 3-3, 3-4

overview3-2to 3-5

Ports page 3-19

Power Assignment Leader parameter 10-20

Power Injector Selection parameter 7-34

Power Injector State parameter 7-34

Power Level Assignment Method parameter 10-19

Power Neighbor Count parameter 10-20

power over Ethernet (PoE)

configuring

using the CLI 7-35

using the GUI7-33to 7-35

described 1-14, 7-33

Power Over Ethernet (PoE) parameter 3-21

Power Threshold parameter 10-20

Power Update Contribution parameter 10-20

preauthentication access control list (ACL)

applying to a WLAN 5-12, 5-13

for external web server 5-8, 9-13, 12-10

Pre-Standard State parameter 7-34

priming access points 7-2

Priority parameter 3-28

Privacy Protocol parameter 4-12

profile thresholds10-20to 10-21

Protection Type parameter 5-14, 10-14

Protocol parameter 5-10

PSK

configuring 6-11

described 6-9

PSK Format parameter 6-11

purpose of document 1-16

Q

QBSS

configuring 6-18

information elements 6-19

QoS

and identity networking 5-22

configuring 6-17, 6-19

levels 6-17

with CAC 4-22

quarantined VLAN

configuring 3-17

using 12-8

Quarantine parameter 3-17

Query Interval parameter 5-28

R

radio core dumps, sending from LWAPP-enabled access points to controller 7-23

radio preamble, described 5-4

radio resource management (RRM)

benefits 10-5

CCX features

See CCX radio management

configuring

using the CLI10-22to 10-23

using the configuration wizard 4-5

using the GUI10-15to 10-22

disabling dynamic channel and power assignment

using the CLI10-27to 10-28

overriding dynamic RRM10-23to 10-28

overview10-2to ??, 10-15

statically assigning channel and transmit power settings

using the CLI 10-26

using the GUI10-24to 10-25

update interval 10-6, 10-11

viewing settings using the CLI 10-28

radio resource monitoring 10-2

RADIUS server, configuring using the configuration wizard 4-5

RADIUS settings, configuring 4-8

Range parameter 7-14

Redirect URL After Login parameter 9-10

regulatory information

for 1000 series access pointsB-2to ??

for 2000 series controllers B-8

for 4400 series controllers B-9

related publications 1-19

Reserved Roaming Bandwidth parameter 4-24, 4-25

reset button

disabling on LWAPP-enabled access points 7-24

using to revert LWAPP-enabled access points to autonomous mode 7-21

resetting the controller 8-5

Re-sync button 5-30

RF Channel Assignment parameter 10-27

RF domain

See RF groups

RF exposure declaration of conformity B-5

RF group leader

described10-5to 10-6

viewing 10-11

RF group name

described 10-6

entering 10-7

RF groups

configuring

using the CLI 10-8

using the configuration wizard 4-4

using the GUI 10-7

difference from mobility groups 10-5

overview10-5to 10-6

viewing status

using the CLI 10-11

using the GUI10-8to 10-11

RF-Network Name parameter 10-7

roam reason report, described 4-19

rogue access point alarm 10-14

rogue access point detection

enabling using the CLI10-14to 10-15

enabling using the GUI10-12to 10-14

rogue access points

challenges 5-3

overview 1-19

tagging, location, and containment 1-19, 5-3

root access points (RAPs)

described 7-10

selecting 7-17

root bridge 3-23

Root Cost parameter 3-27

Root Port parameter 3-27

RRM

See radio resource management (RRM)

S

safety warningsA-1to A-26

saving configuration settings 8-4

Scan Threshold parameter 4-21

sector, described 7-10

secure web mode, enabling 2-3

security

overview 5-2

solutions5-2to 5-4

self-signed certificate (SSC), LWAPP-enabled access points sending to controller 7-21

Sequence parameter 5-10

serial port

baudrate setting 2-7

connecting 2-7

timeout 2-7

Server Address parameter 5-27

service port, described 3-5

service-port interface

configuring

using the CLI 3-15

using the configuration wizard 4-4

using the GUI3-10to 3-12

described 3-8

Set to Factory Default button 10-15

shared secret key 7-14

Short Preamble Enabled parameter 5-4

short preambles, described 5-4

shunned clients

described 5-29

viewing

using the CLI 5-26, 5-30

using the GUI 5-30

Signal Measurement parameter 10-22

Signal Strength Contribution parameter 10-18

Signature > Detail page 5-34

Signature Events Detail page 5-36

Signature Events Summary page 5-35

Signature Events Track Detail page 5-36

SNMP, configuring4-8to 4-9

SNMP alert 10-20

SNMP community string

changing default values using the CLI 4-11

changing default values using the GUI4-9to 4-10

snmp traps 4-9

SNMP v1 / v2c Community > New page 4-10

SNMP v1 / v2c Community page 4-9

SNMP v3 users

changing default values using the CLI 4-13

changing default values using the GUI4-11to 4-12

SNMP V3 Users > New page 4-12

SNMP V3 Users page 4-12

Source parameter 5-10

Source Port parameter 5-11

Spanning Tree Algorithm parameter 3-28

Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

configuring

using the CLI3-28to 3-29

using the GUI3-24to 3-28

described 3-23

spanning-tree root 3-23

Spanning Tree Specification parameter 3-27

SpectraLink NetLink phones

enabling long preambles using the CLI5-5to 5-6

enabling long preambles using the GUI 5-4

overview 5-4

SSID, configuring using the configuration wizard 4-5

Standard Signatures page 5-32

State parameter 5-28, 5-35

Static Mobility Group Members page 11-8

Status parameter 4-10

STP Mode parameter 3-25

STP Port Designated Bridge parameter 3-24

STP Port Designated Cost parameter 3-24

STP Port Designated Port parameter 3-25

STP Port Designated Root parameter 3-24

STP Port Forward Transitions Count parameter 3-25

STP Port ID parameter 3-24

STP Port Path Cost Mode parameter 3-25

STP Port Path Cost parameter 3-26

STP Port Priority parameter 3-25

STP State parameter 3-24

Supervisor 720

described 4-34

SX/LC/T small form-factor plug-in (SFP) modules 3-4

syslog 4-13

system logging 4-13

system logging, enabling 4-13

T

terminal emulator, settings 2-7

TFTP server, guidelines 2-4, 5-31, 8-3

time, configuring 4-5

time-length-values (TLVs), supported for CDP 7-31

timeout, configuring for disabled clients 6-6

Timeout parameter 5-32, 9-15

Time Since Topology Changed parameter 3-27

TKIP

configuring 6-10, 6-11

described 6-9

parameter 6-10

Topology Change Count parameter 3-27

traffic stream metrics (TSM)

described 4-23

enabling

using the CLI 4-31

using the GUI 4-24

viewing statistics

using the CLI4-33to 4-34

using the GUI4-27to 4-30

transferring files 8-2

Transition Time parameter 4-21

transmit power

statically assigning using the CLI 10-26

statically assigning using the GUI10-24to 10-25

transmit power levels, described 10-25

tunnel attributes, and identity networking 5-24

Tx Power Level Assignment parameter 10-27

U

U-APSD

described 4-23

viewing status

using the CLI 4-32

using the GUI 4-27

unicast mode, described 4-16

unique device identifier (UDI)

described 7-25

retrieving

using the CLI 7-27

using the GUI7-26to 7-27

upgrading controller software8-3to 8-4

Upload button 5-32

URL parameter 9-13

User Access Mode parameter 9-3

user accounts

deleting 9-3

managing9-1to 9-17

User Profile Name parameter 4-12

Utilization threshold parameter 10-20

V

VCI strings 7-22

video parameters

configuring using the CLI4-31to 4-32

configuring using the GUI4-25to 4-26

video settings

viewing using the CLI4-32to 4-34

viewing using the GUI4-26to 4-30

virtual interface

configuring

using the CLI 3-14

using the configuration wizard 4-4

using the GUI3-10to 3-12

described3-7to 3-8

VLAN Identifier parameter

for AP-manager interface 3-11

for dynamic interface 3-16, 3-17

for management interface 3-11

VLAN ID parameter 12-14

VLAN interface

See dynamic interface

VLAN Mappings

button 12-14

page 12-14

VLANs

and identity networking 5-23

assigning WLANs to 6-6

described 3-8

guidelines 3-10

VLAN Support parameter 12-14

VLAN tag, and identity networking 5-23

voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephone roaming, described 4-18

voice parameters

configuring using the CLI4-30to 4-31

configuring using the GUI4-23to 4-24

voice settings

viewing using the CLI4-32to 4-34

viewing using the GUI4-26to 4-30

W

warnings

defined1-18to 1-19

translatedA-1to A-26

warrantyC-4to C-7

webauth bundle, described 9-14

web authentication

described 9-7

process9-7to 9-8

successful login window 9-8

Web Authentication Login window

choosing9-9to 9-17

choosing the default

using the CLI9-10to 9-11

using the GUI9-9to 9-10

customized example 9-17

customizing from an external web server

using the CLI 9-14

using the GUI9-13to 9-14

default 9-8

downloading a customized login window

using the CLI 9-16

using the GUI9-15to 9-16

guidelines for downloading customized login window9-14to 9-15

modified default example 9-12

previewing 9-10, 9-16

verifying settings using the CLI 9-17

Web Authentication Type parameter 9-9, 9-13, 9-15

web-browser security alert 9-7

Web Login page 9-9, 9-13

Web Server IP Address parameter 9-13

WEP keys, configuring6-7to ??

wired security 1-6

wireless mesh

See mesh

WLAN

activating 6-3

checking security settings 6-7

configuring6-2to 6-25

configuring both static and dynamic WEP 6-8

creating 6-2

deleting 6-3

described1-12, 3-9to 3-10

displaying 6-2

WLAN ID parameter 7-13

WLANs > Edit page 6-9, 6-13, 6-23

WLANs > Edit page (centrally switched guest access WLAN) 12-10

WLANs > Edit page (centrally switched WLAN) 12-7

WLANs > Edit page (locally switched WLAN) 12-9

WLANs > New page 12-7

WLANs page 11-13

WLAN SSID parameter 9-5

WMM

configuring 6-18

described 6-18

with CAC 4-22

world mode 4-16

WPA1+WPA2

configuring

using the CLI 6-11

using the GUI6-9to 6-11

described 6-8

WPA1 Policy parameter 6-10

WPA2 Policy parameter 6-10