Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide, Release 7.2
Chapter 16 - Configuring Mobile Concierge
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Configuring Mobile Concierge

Table Of Contents

Configuring Mobile Concierge

Information About 802.11u

Guidelines and Limitations

Configuring 802.11u

Configuring 802.11u (GUI)

Configuring 802.11u (CLI)

Configuring Venue Details on Access Points (GUI)

Configuring Venue Details on Access Points (CLI)

Information About Hotspot 2.0

Configuring Hotspot 2.0

Configuring Hotspot 2.0 (GUI)

Configuring Hotspot 2.0 (CLI)


Configuring Mobile Concierge


This chapter contains the following sections:

Information About 802.11u

Information About Hotspot 2.0

Information About 802.11u

Mobile Concierge is a solution that enables 802.1X capable clients to interwork with external networks. The Mobile Concierge feature provides service availability information to clients and can help them to connect available networks.

The services offered by the network can classified into two protocols:

802.11u MSAP

802.11u Hotspot 2.0

Guidelines and Limitations

Mobile Concierge is not supported on FlexConnect access points.

802.11u configuration upload is not supported. If you perform a configuration upgrade and upload a configuration on the controller, the Hotspot configuration on the WLANs will be lost.

Configuring 802.11u

This section contains the following topics:

Configuring 802.11u (GUI)

Configuring 802.11u (CLI)

Configuring Venue Details on Access Points (GUI)

Configuring Venue Details on Access Points (CLI)

Configuring 802.11u (GUI)


Step 1 Choose WLAN to open the WLANs page.

Step 2 Hover your mouse over the blue drop-down arrow for the desired WLAN on which you want to configure the 802.11u parameters and choose 802.11u. The 802.11u page appears.

Figure 16-1 802.11u Configuration Parameter

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Step 3 Select the 802.11u Status check box to enable 802.11u on the WLAN.

Step 4 Select the Internet Access check box to enable this WLAN to provide Internet services.

Step 5 From the Network Type drop-down list, choose the network type that best describes the 802.11u you want to configure on this WLAN:

Private Network

Private Network with Guest Access

Chargeable Public Network

Free Public Network

Emergency Services Only Network

Personal Device Network

Test or Experimental

Wildcard

Step 6 Choose the authentication type that you want to configure for the 802.11u parameters on this network.

Not configured

Acceptance of Terms and Conditions

Online Enrollment

HTTP/HTTPS Redirection

Step 7 In the HESSID field, enter the HESSID (Homogenous Extended Service Set Identifier) value. The HESSID is a 6-octet MAC address that identifies the homogeneous ESS.

Step 8 In the OUI List section, enter the following details:

OUI name

Is Beacon

OUI Index

Click Add to add the OUI (Organizationally Unique Identifier) entry to this WLAN. To remove this entry, hover your mouse pointer over the blue drop-down image and choose Remove.

Step 9 In the Domain List section, enter the following details:

Domain Name—Domain name operating in the 802.11 access network.

Domain Index—Domain index from the drop-down list.

Click Add to add the domain entry to this WLAN. To remove this entry, hover your mouse pointer over the blue drop-down image and choose Remove.

Step 10 In the Realm List section, enter the Realms on this network:

Realm Name—The realm name.

Realm Index—The realm index.

Click Add to add the realm name and index to this WLAN. To remove this entry, hover your mouse pointer over the blue drop-down image and choose Remove.

Step 11 In the Cellular Network Information list, enter the following:

Country Code

Cellular Index

Network Code

Click Add to add the country network information to this WLAN. To remove this entry, hover your mouse pointer over the blue drop-down image and choose Remove.

Step 12 Click Apply.


Configuring 802.11u (CLI)

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u {enable | disable}—Enables or disables the mobile concierge feature.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u 3gpp-info {add | delete}—Adds or deletes a 3GPP cellular network information.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u domain {add | delete | modify}—Configures the domain for the entity operating in the 802.11u network.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u hessid hessid wlan-id—Assigns a HESSID to a WLAN ID. The HESSID must be a valid MAC address.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u ip-addr-type add ipv4type-id ipv6type-id wlanid—Configures the IP address availability type for the IPv4 and IPv6 IP addresses on the WLAN.

ipv4type-id can have one of the following values:

0—IPv4 address not available.

1—Public IPv4 address available.

2—Port-restricted IPv4 address available.

3—Single NAT configured private IPv4 address available.

4—Double NAT configured private IPv4 address available.

5—Port-restricted IPv4 address and single NAT configured IPv4 address available.

6—Port-restricted IPv4 address and double NAT configured IPv4 address available.

7—Availability of the IPv4 address is not known.

ipv6type-id can have one of the following values:

0—IPv6 address is not available.

1—IPv6 address available.

2—Availability of the IPv6 address is not known.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u ip-addr-type delete wlan-id—Deletes the IP address type availability on a WLAN.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u net-auth-type network-auth-type—Configures the network authentication type.

network-auth-type can have one of the following values:

0—Acceptance of terms and conditions

1—Online enrollment

2—HTTP/HTTPS redirection

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u oui {add | modify} wlan-id oui-index oui is-beacon—Configures the Organizationally Unique Identifier (OUI) for a WLAN. The values are as follows:

wlanid—The WLAN ID.

oui-index—The OUI index. The OUI index can contain a value between 1 and 32.

oui—The OUI identifier of vendor. The OUI must be a valid 6-digit number.

is-beacon—Beacon information. This field can have a value of 0 (disable) or 1 (enable).

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u oui delete wlan-id oui-index—Deletes the OUI from the WLAN.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u params wlan-id network-type internet-bit—Configures the 802.11u parameters on a WLAN. wlan-id is the WLAN ID and the network-type field can have one of the following values:

0—Private Network

1—Private Network with Guest Access

2—Chargeable Public Network

3—Free Public Network

4—Personal Device Network

5—Emergency Services Only Network

14—Test or Experimental

15—Wildcard

internet-bit field specifies the availability of the Internet. This field can have one of the following values:

0—Non-availability of internet.

1—Internet Available.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u realm {add | modify} auth-method wlan-id realm-index eap-index auth-index auth-method auth-parameter—Adds or modifies an auth-method realm in a WLAN.

wlan-id—The WLAN ID of the WLAN on which you want to configure this realm.

realm-index—The realm index. The range is from 1 to 32.

eap-index—The EAP index. The range is from 1 to 4.

auth-index—The authentication index value. The range is from 1 to 10.

auth-method—The authentication method to be used. The range is 1 to 4. See Table 16-1.

auth-parameter—This value depends on the auth-method used.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u realm {add | modify} eap-method wlan-id realm-index eap-index eap-method—Adds an EAP method for a realm in a WLAN.

wlan-id—The WLAN ID of the WLAN on which you want to configure this realm.

realm-index—The realm-index. The range is 1 to 32.

eap-index—The EAP index. The range is 1 to 4.

eap-method—The EAP method. The range is 0 to 7. See Table 16-2.

config wlan mobile-concierge dot11u realm {add | modify} realm-name wlan-id realm-index realm—Adds or modifies the realm parameters for 802.11u on a WLAN.

Table 16-1 Authentication Method Mappings 

Auth Method
Value

Non-EAP Inner Method

1

Inner Auth Method

2

Credential Type

3

Tunneled EAP Method Cred Type

4


Table 16-2 EAP Method Mappings 

EAP Method
Value

Not Applicable.

0

LEAP

1

PEAP

2

EAP-TLS

3

EAP-FAST

4

EAP-SIM

5

EAP-TTLS

6

EAP-AKA

7


Configuring Venue Details on Access Points (GUI)


Step 1 Click Wireless > All APs to open the All APs page.

Step 2 Click the AP Name link to configure the Hotspot parameters on the desired access point. The AP Details page appears.

Figure 16-2

AP Configuration Parameters for Hotspot

Step 3 Under the General Tab, configure the following parameters:

Venue Group—The venue category that this access point belongs to. The following options are available:

Unspecified

Assembly

Business

Educational

Factory and Industrial

Institutional

Mercantile

Residential

Storage

Utility and Misc

Vehicular

Outdoor

Venue Type—Depending on the venue category selected above, the venue type drop-down list displays options for the venue type.

Venue Name—Venue name that you can provide to the access point. This name is associated with the BSS. This name is used in cases where the SSID does not provide enough information about the venue.

Language—Language used. An ISO-14962-1997 encoded string defining the language. This is a three character language code. Enter the first three letters of the language in English (For example: eng for English).

Step 4 Click Apply.


Configuring Venue Details on Access Points (CLI)

config ap venue add venue-name venue-group venue-type lang-code ap-name-Adds the venue details to the access point indicating support for Hotspot2. The values are as follows:

where:

venue-name—The name of the venue where this access point is located.

venue-group—The category of the venue. See Table 16-3.

venue-type—The type of the venue. Depending on the venue-group chosen, choose the venue type. See Table 16-3.

lang-code—The language used. An ISO-14962-1997 encoded string defining the language. This is a three character language code. Enter the first three letters of the language in English (for example, eng for English)

ap-name—The access point name.


Tip Press the tab key after entering a keyword or argument to get a list of valid values for the command.


config ap venue delete ap-name—Deletes the venue related information from the access point.

Table 16-3 Venue Group Mapping 

Venue Group Name
Value
Venue Type for Group

UNSPECIFIED

0

 

ASSEMBLY

1

0—UNSPECIFIED ASSEMBLY

1—ARENA

2—STADIUM

3—PASSENGER TERMINAL (E.G., AIRPORT, BUS, FERRY, TRAIN STATION)

4—AMPHITHEATER

5—AMUSEMENT PARK

6—PLACE OF WORSHIP

7—CONVENTION CENTER

8—LIBRARY

9—MUSEUM

10—RESTAURANT

11—THEATER

12—BAR

13—COFFEE SHOP

14—ZOO OR AQUARIUM

15—EMERGENCY COORDINATION CENTER

BUSINESS

2

0—UNSPECIFIED BUSINESS

1—DOCTOR OR DENTIST OFFICE

2—BANK

3—FIRE STATION

4—POLICE STATION

6—POST OFFICE

7—PROFESSIONAL OFFICE

8—RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FACILITY

9—ATTORNEY OFFICE

EDUCATIONAL

3

0—UNSPECIFIED EDUCATIONAL

1—SCHOOL, PRIMARY

2—SCHOOL, SECONDARY

3—UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE

FACTORY-INDUSTRIAL

4

0—UNSPECIFIED FACTORY AND INDUSTRIAL

1—FACTORY

INSTITUTIONAL

5

0—UNSPECIFIED INSTITUTIONAL

1—HOSPITAL

2—LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY (E.G., NURSING HOME, HOSPICE, ETC.)

3—ALCOHOL AND DRUG RE-HABILITATION CENTER

4—GROUP HOME

5—PRISON OR JAIL

MERCANTILE

6

0—UNSPECIFIED MERCANTILE

1—RETAIL STORE

2—GROCERY MARKET

3—AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE STATION

4—SHOPPING MALL

5—GAS STATION

RESIDENTIAL

7

0—UNSPECIFIED RESIDENTIAL

1—PRIVATE RESIDENCE

2—HOTEL OR MOTEL

3—DORMITORY

4—BOARDING HOUSE

STORAGE

8

UNSPECIFIED STORAGE

UTILITY-MISC

9

0—UNSPECIFIED UTILITY AND MISCELLANEOUS

VEHICULAR

10

0—UNSPECIFIED VEHICULAR

1—AUTOMOBILE OR TRUCK

2—AIRPLANE

3—BUS

4—FERRY

5—SHIP OR BOAT

6—TRAIN

7—MOTOR BIKE

OUTDOOR

11

0—UNSPECIFIED OUTDOOR

1—MUNI-MESH NETWORK

2—CITY PARK

3—REST AREA

4—TRAFFIC CONTROL

5—BUS STOP

6—KIOSK


Information About Hotspot 2.0

This feature enables IEEE 802.11 devices to interwork with external networks. This feature is found in hotspots or other public networks irrespective of whether the service is subscription based or free.

The interworking service helps network discovery and selection, enabling information transfer from external networks. It provides information to the stations about the networks prior to association. Interworking will not only help users within home, enterprise, and public access, but also assist manufacturers and operators to provide common components and services for IEEE 802.11 customers. These services are configured on a per WLAN basis on the controller.

Configuring Hotspot 2.0

This section contains the following topics:

Configuring Hotspot 2.0 (GUI)

Configuring Hotspot 2.0 (CLI)

Configuring Hotspot 2.0 (GUI)


Step 1 Choose WLAN to open the WLANs page.

Step 2 Hover your mouse over the blue drop-down arrow for the desired WLAN on which you want to configure the Hotspot parameters and choose Hotspot. The WLAN > Hot Spot page appears.

Figure 16-3

Hotspot Configuration Page

Step 3 From the Hotspot2 Enable drop-down list, choose the Enable option .

Step 4 In the Operator Name List section, specify the following:

Operator Name—Specify the name of the 802.11 operator.

Operator Index—Select an operator index. The range is from 1 to 32.

Language Code—An ISO-14962-1997 encoded string defining the language. This string is a three character language code.

Click Add to add the operator details. The operator details are displayed in a tabular form. To remove an operator, hover your mouse pointer over the blue drop-down arrow and choose Remove.

Step 5 In the Port Config List, specify the following:

IP Protocol—The IP protocol that you want to enable. The following options are available:

ICMP

FTP/SSH/TLS/PPTP VPN/VoIP

IKEv2 (IPSec VPN/VoIP/ESP)

Port No—The Port number that is enabled on this WLAN. The following options are available:

ICMPr

FTP

SSH

TLS VPN

PPTP VPN

VoIP

IKEv2

ESP

Status—The status of the port. You can choose from the following options:

Closed

Open

Unknown

Index—The index value of the port configuration. The range is from 1 to 10.

Click Add to add the Port Config parameters. To remove a port configuration list, hover your mouse pointer over the blue drop-down arrow and choose Remove.

Step 6 Click Apply.


Configuring Hotspot 2.0 (CLI)

config wlan mobile-concierge hotspot2 {enable | disable} wlan-id—Enables or disables Hotspot2 on a WLAN.

config wlan mobile-concierge hotspot2 operator-name {add | modify} wlan-id index operator-name lang-code—Configures the operator name on a WLAN. The following options are available:

wlan-id—The WLAN ID on which you want to configure the operator name.

index—The operator index of the operator. The range is from 1 to 32.

operator-name—The name of the 802.11an operator.

lang-code—The language used. An ISO-14962-1997 encoded string defining the language. This is a three character language code. Enter the first three letters of the language in English (for example, eng for English).


Tip Press the tab key after entering a keyword or argument to get a list of valid values for the command.


config wlan mobile-concierge hotspot2 operator-name delete wlan-id index—Deletes the operator-name with the specified index on the WLAN.

config wlan mobile-concierge hotspot2 port-config {add | modify} wlan-id index ip-protocol—Configures the port configuration parameters. The ip-protocol argument can have one of the following values:

1—ICMP

6— FTP/SSH/TLS/PPTP-VPN/VoIP

17—IKEv2 (IPSec-VPN/VoIP/ESP)

50—ESP (IPSec-VPN)


Tip Press the tab key after entering a keyword or argument to get a list of valid values for the command.


config wlan mobile-concierge hotspot2 wan-metrics add wlan-id link-status symet-link downlink-speed uplink-speed—Configures the WAN metrics for a WLAN configured with Hotspot2.

where

link-status— The link status. The valid range is 1-3.

symet-link—The symmetric link status. For example, you can configure the uplink and downlink to have different speeds or same speeds.

downlink-speed—The downlink speed. The maximum value is 4,194,304 kbps.

uplink-speed—The uplink speed. The maximum value is 4,194,304 kbps.


Tip Press the tab key after entering a keyword or argument to get a list of valid values for the command.


config wlan mobile-concierge hotspot2 wan-metrics delete wlan-id—Deletes the WAN metrics on the configured WLAN.