Cisco AireOS to Cisco IOS XE Command Mapping Reference, Cisco IOS XE Release 3SE
Cisco AireOS to Cisco IOS XE Privilege Executive Commands
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Cisco AireOS to Cisco IOS XE Privilege Executive Commands

Cisco AireOS to Cisco IOS XE Privilege Executive Commands

Access Points Privilege EXEC Commands

The following table lists the mapping commands used between the Cisco AireOS and Cisco IOS XE release for access points:

Cisco AireOS Command Cisco IOS XE Release Command
config ap crash-file clear-all ap crash-file clear-all
config ap crash-file delete file-name ap crash-file delete file-name
config ap group-name group-name Cisco AP ap name ap-name ap-groupname group-name
config ap bhrate kbps Cisco AP ap name ap-name bhrate kbps
config ap bridgegroupname set bridgegroupname Cisco AP ap name ap-name bridgegroupname bridgegroupname
config ap bridging enable Cisco AP ap name ap-name bridging
config ap primary-base Switch Name Cisco AP Switch IP Addr ap name ap-name controller primary controller-name controller-ip-addr
config ap secondary-base Switch Name Cisco AP Switch IP Addr ap name ap-name controller secondary controller-name controller-ip-addr
config ap tertiary-base Switch Name Cisco AP Switch IP Addr ap name ap-name controller tertiary controller-name controller-ip-addr
config ap core-dump enable tftp-server-IP filename compress AP name ap name ap-name core-dump tftp-ip-addr filename compress
config ap core-dump enable tftp-server-IP filename uncompress AP name ap name ap-name core-dump tftp-ip-addr filename uncompress
config ap country country-code Cisco AP ap name ap-name country country-code
config ap crash-file get-crash-data Cisco AP ap name ap-name crash-file get-crash-data
config ap crash-file get-radio-core-dump slot id Cisco AP ap name ap-name crash-file get-radio-core-dump slot {0 | 1}
config ap 802.1Xuser add username username password password ap_name ap nameap_name dot1x-user username username password password
config 802.11-abgn cleanair enable ap_name band band ap name ap_name dot11 dual-band {cleanair | shutdown}
config 802.11-abgn cleanair disable ap_name band band ap name ap_name no dot11 dual-band {cleanair | shutdown}
config ap ethernet duplex {auto | half | full} speed {speed | auto} ap_name ap name ap_name ethernet duplex {auto | half | full} speed {speed | auto}
config ap ethernet duplex int-num mode {access | trunk} ap_name vlan_id ap name ap_name ethernet duplex int-num mode {access | trunk} vlan_id
config ap link-encryption enable ap_name ap name ap_name link-encryption
config ap link-latency enable ap_name ap name ap_name link-latency
config ap link-latency reset ap_name ap name ap_name link-latency reset
config ap location location ap_name ap name ap_name location location
config ap mgmtuser add username AP_username password AP_password secret secret ap_name ap name ap_name mgmtuser username username password password secret secret
config ap mode {local | monitor | se-connect | sniffer} submode {none | wips} Cisco AP ap name ap-name {local | monitor | se-connect | sniffer} submode {none | wips}
config ap monitor-mode {802.11b fast-channel | no-optimization | tracking-opt | wips-optimized} Cisco AP ap name ap-name monitor-mode{dot11b fast-channel first_channel second channel| no-optimization | tracking-opt | wips-optimized}
config ap name new_ap_name old_ap_name ap name old_ap_name name new_ap_name
config ap power pre-standard enable ap_name ap name ap_name power pre-standard
config ap priority value ap_name ap name ap_name priority value
config ap reset ap_name ap name ap_name reset
config ap rst-button enable ap_name ap name ap_name reset-button
config ap {telnet | ssh} enable Cisco AP ap name ap-name {telnet | ssh}
config ap {telnet | ssh} disable Cisco AP no ap name ap-name {telnet | ssh}
config ap static-IP {add domain Cisco AP name domain-name | enable Cisco AP name AP IP addr IP netmask | add nameserver Cisco AP name IP addr} ap name ap-name static-ip {domain domain-name | ip-address ip-address netmask netmask gateway gateway | nameserver ip-address }
config ap stats-timer Cisco AP ap name ap-name stats-timer timer-value
config ap syslog host specific ap_name syslog_host-ipaddr ap name ap-name syslog host syslog_host-ipaddr
config ap tcp-adjust-mss enable ap name size ap name ap-name tcp-adjust-mss size size
config ap tftp-downgrade tftp-server-ip filename ap name ap name ap-name tftp-downgrade tftp-server-ip filename

The following table lists the mapping commands used between the Cisco AireOS and Cisco IOS XE release for access point radios:

Cisco AireOS Command Cisco IOS XE Release Command
config 802.11 {a | b} antenna extAntGain antenna-gain Cisco AP ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} antenna ext-ant-gain gain
config 802.11 {a | b} antenna mode omni Cisco AP ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} antenna mode omni
config 802.11 {a | b} antenna mode {sectorA | sectorB Cisco AP ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} antenna mode {sectorA | sectorB
config 802.11 {a | b} antenna selection {external | internal Cisco AP ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} antenna selection {external | internal
config {802.11a | 802.11b | 802.11-a49 | 802.11-a58} channel ap Cisco AP channel ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz | 49ghz | 58ghz} channel number
config {802.11a | 802.11b | 802.11-a49 | 802.11-a58} channel ap Cisco AP global ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz | 49ghz | 58ghz} channel auto
config 802.11 {a | b} 11nsupport antenna Cisco AP {A | B | C | D} enable ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} dot11n antenna {A | B | C | D}
config 802.11 {a | b} 11nsupport antenna Cisco AP {A | B | C | D} disable ap name ap-name no dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} dot11n antenna {A | B | C | D}
config 802.11 {a | b} disable Cisco AP ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} shutdown
config {802.11a | 802.11b | 802.11-a49 | 802.11-a58} txpower ap Cisco AP { power-level | global} ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz | 49ghz |58ghz} txpower {power-level | auto}
config {802.11-a49 | 802.11-a58} antenna extAntGain Cisco AP ap name ap-name dot11 {49ghz | 58ghz} antenna extantgain gain
config slot slot-number txpower ap Cisco-AP {channel-level | global} ap name ap-name slot slot-number txpower {channel-level | global}
config ap sniff {802.11a | 802.11b} enable chan sniff-server-ip-Addr Cisco-AP-name ap name ap-name sniff {dot11a | dot11b} channel server-ip-address

Radio Resource Management Privilege EXEC Commands

Radio Resource Management Privilege EXEC Commands

The following table lists the mapping commands used between the Cisco AireOS and Cisco IOS XE release for Radio Resource Management (RRM):

Cisco AireOS Command Cisco IOS XE Release Command
config advanced 802.11 {a | b} channel-update ap dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} rrm channel-update
config advanced 802.11 {a | b} txpower-update ap dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} rrm txpower-update
config advanced 802.11 {a | b} ccx customize Cisco AP on ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} rrm ccx customize
config advanced 802.11 {a | b} ccx location-meas ap Cisco AP enable ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} rrm ccx location-measurement interval
config advanced 802.11 {a | b} coverage {exception | level} Cisco AP value ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} rrm coverage {exception value | level value}
config advanced 802.11 {a | b} profile {client Cisco AP value | customize Cisco AP on | foreign Cisco AP value | noise Cisco AP value | throughput Cisco AP value | utilization Cisco AP value} ap name ap-name dot11 {24ghz | 5ghz} rrm profile {client value | customize | foreign value | noise value | throughput value | utilization value}

Syslog Privilege EXEC Commands

Syslog Commands

The following table lists the mapping commands used between the Cisco AireOS and Cisco IOS XE release for logging:

Cisco AireOS Command Cisco IOS XE Release Command
config logging syslog facility { auth-private | authorization | cron | daemon | ftp | kern | local0 | local1 | local2 | local3 | local4 | local5 | local6 | local7 | lpr | mail | news | sys12 | sys13 | sys14 | sys15 | syslog | user | uucp} ap name ap-name syslog facility { auth | cron | daemon | kern | local0 | local1 | local2 | local3 | local4 | local5 | local6 | local7 | lpr | mail | news | sys10 | sys11 | sys12 | sys13 | sys14 | sys9 | syslog | user | uucp}
config ap syslog host specific Cisco AP name syslog-host-ip-address ap name ap-name syslog host syslog-host-ip-address
config logging syslog level {0-7 | alerts | critical | debugging | emergencies | errors | informational | notifications | warnings} ap name ap-name syslog level { alert | critical | debug | emergency | errors | information}