User Guide for the CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine, 2.5
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

Numerics

11a radio (non-IOS), configuring 4-175

advanced 4-185

data encryption 4-195

filters 4-179

hardware 4-180

identification 4-176

module service sets 4-199

primary module service set 4-204

QoS 4-206

searched channels 4-192

11b radio (non-IOS), configuring 4-157

advanced 4-167

filters 4-160

hardware 4-161

identification 4-158

searched channels 4-173

802.11a radio (IOS), configuring 4-19

802.11b radio (IOS), configuring 4-11

A

AAA

ACS failed login report 8-48

definition GL-1

server

adding 3-37

deleting 3-37

setting up 3-25

services supported 3-38

access point

accessing through WLSE, troubleshooting 10-4

AP and bridge connected to router report, displaying 6-68

AP and bridge connected to switch report, displaying 6-66

AP associations report, displaying 6-48

channel loading report (11b) 6-11

configured radio parameters report (11b) 6-9

configuring 4-1

converting from non-IOS to IOS 5-35

definition GL-1

detailed report, displaying 6-43

Ethernet transmission statistics, displaying 6-79

Ethertype protocol filters report, displaying 6-51

faults, displaying 2-6

fault thresholds, setting 2-18

firmware, updating 5-5

firmware versions, support for 8-38

group client association report, displaying 6-22

group performance report

Ethernet utilization, displaying 6-74

RF utilization, displaying 6-73

group policy report, displaying 6-38

group security report, displaying 6-26

group SSID report, displaying 6-29

group VLAN report, displaying 6-32

hot standby report, displaying 6-64

HTTP username and password, specifying 3-32

interface

adding, results of 10-15

removing, results of 10-15

IOS, converting to 5-20

IOS reports 6-21

IP port filters report, displaying 6-53

IP protocol filters report, displaying 6-52

limitation on number of 3-80

non-IOS reports 6-21

path loss between managed APs report (11b) 6-10

performance graph, displaying 6-80

performance table, displaying 6-81

per VLAN client (group) report, displaying 6-35

per VLAN client (individual) report, displaying 6-62

policy report, displaying 6-55

policy settings 2-18

QoS report, displaying 6-56

radio monitoring 7-6

radio scans 7-9

changing job choices 7-19

checking status 7-16

copying 7-21

creating 7-11

deleting 7-20

filtering 7-18

naming 7-12

overview 7-9

refresh job list 7-23

running 7-11

scheduling 7-14

stopping 7-20

viewing run log 7-21

RF transmission statistics, displaying 6-78

setting up

IOS 3-8

non-IOS 3-6

SSH passwords, specifying 3-33

SSID report, displaying 6-58

summary report, displaying 6-40

system-defined groups for 3-98

Telnet passwords, specifying 3-33

template, creating 4-253

top n busiest clients, displaying 6-82

top n client bit error rate report, displaying 6-85

top n client MIC error rate report, displaying 6-84

top n number of associations report, displaying 6-75

top n percentage errors report, displaying 6-77

VLAN report, displaying 6-60

WDS, configuring for 3-37

wireless services, configuring for 4-95

accounting (non-IOS), configuring 4-238

ACS Failed Login report 8-49

address filters, configuring 4-110

admin access

(IOS) setting 4-26

local (non-IOS), setting 4-209

advanced

associations (non-IOS), configuring 4-142

security (IOS), configuring 4-46

settings, Ethernet port (non-IOS) 4-154

aggregation data

parameters for 3-90

understanding 3-90

aggregation intervals

about 3-90

parameters for 3-90

resetting 3-87

ANI

definition GL-1

log, displaying B-51

AP Ethertype protocol filters report, displaying 6-51

AP IP port filters report, displaying 6-53

AP IP protocol filters report, displaying 6-52

AP policy report, displaying 6-55

AP QoS report, displaying 6-56

AP SSID report, displaying 6-58

AP summary report, displaying 6-40

AP usage report, displaying 6-70

AP VLAN report, displaying 6-60

archives

managing, configuration 4-261

ARP cache

configuring

IOS template 4-90

assisted configuration 7-60

assisted site survey wizard 7-55

associations (non IOS), setting up

address filters 4-110

Ethertype filters 4-112

associations (non-IOS), setting up

advanced 4-142

DSCP to CoS 4-148

IP port filters 4-120

IP protocol filters 4-116

policy groups 4-124

port assignments 4-147

primary service set 4-139

quality of service 4-133

service sets 4-134

VLANs 4-126

audience for this document xix

auth command 9-4, B-17

authentication

displaying B-52

enabling B-17

modules supported 8-16

overview 8-16

setting up 8-17, 9-4

auto-managed configuration 4-306

assigning 4-306

options for email 4-308

auto-managing devices 3-65

automatic configurations, creating 4-300

B

backing up and restoring WLSE configuration

backing up

using CLI commands 9-7

using Web interface 8-24

backup and restore log 8-4

backup CLI command B-18

backupconfig CLI command B-19

backup location, configuration

using the CLI 9-6

backup location, configuring

on Windows server 8-24

using the Web interface 8-22

listbackup CLI command B-35

restore CLI command B-48

restoring

using the CLI 9-7

using Web interface 8-26

restoring data from one WLSE to another 9-10

show backupconfig CLI command B-53

troubleshooting

Windows 2000 or Windows XP server 10-41

backup command B-18

backupconfig command B-19

basic template, configuring

IOS template 4-4

non-IOS template 4-102

booting, WLSE

boot messages, displaying B-53

from the maintenance image 9-20

from Web interface 8-5

reload command B-42

troubleshooting 10-9

bridge

AP and bridge connected to router report, displaying 6-68

AP and bridge connected to switch report, displaying 6-66

AP associations report, displaying 6-48

configuring 4-1

definition GL-2

detailed report, displaying 6-43

Ethernet transmission statistics 6-79

firmware, updating 5-5

group client association report, displaying 6-22

group performance report

Ethernet utilization, displaying 6-74

RF utilization, displaying 6-73

group policy report, displaying 6-38

group security report, displaying 6-26

group SSID report, displaying 6-29

group VLAN report, displaying 6-32

limitation on number of 3-80

performance graph, displaying 6-80

per VLAN client (group) report, displaying 6-35

per VLAN client (individual) report, displaying 6-62

RF transmission statistics, displaying 6-78

setting up 3-6

template, creating 4-253

top n number associations report, displaying 6-75

top n percentage errors report, displaying 6-77

browser

configuring 1-3

date and time display 1-8

supported browsers 1-3

troubleshooting

cannot connect to WLSE 10-7

IE, installing software updates 10-40

building, adding to Location Manager 7-47

C

cautions

conversion from non-IOS to IOS 5-35

erase config command B-24

losing data

jobs, configuration 4-271

jobs, firmware 5-16

reload command B-42

shutdown command, failure to run B-73

significance of xx

CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol)

alternatives to 3-46

configuring

displaying configuration B-55

template (IOS) 4-60

template (non-IOS) 4-230

definition GL-2

enabling on devices 3-5

enabling on WLSE B-20

individual device seeding 3-46

neighbors of WLSE, displaying B-55

understanding 3-44

cdp command B-20

CDP distance

definition of GL-2

specifying 3-58

channel color key 7-41

channel loading report (11b), displaying 6-11

character set, allowable A-1

Cisco Access Registrar (CAR) 3-25

CiscoSecure ACS Server, configuring 3-25

CiscoWorks server

exporting devices to 3-94

importing devices from

procedure for 3-61

understanding 3-51

linking to CiscoWorks server 8-48

CLI

access, configuring 8-42

command history feature B-3

command privileges B-2

commands B-1

command summary (table) B-4

conventions B-2

definition GL-2

help for commands B-3

maintenance image commands B-78

erase config B-78

fsck B-79

reload B-79

Privilege Level 0 commands B-10

exit B-10

ping B-10

show clock B-11

show domain-name B-12

show interfaces B-13

show process B-14

show version B-15

traceroute B-15

Privilege Level 15 commands B-17

auth B-17

backup B-18

backupconfig B-19

cdp B-20

clock B-21

dumptcp B-23

erase config B-24

firewall B-25

gethostbyname B-26

hostname B-27

import B-27

interface B-31

ip domain-name B-33

ip name-server B-33

listbackup B-35

mail B-35

mailcntrl clear B-36

mailcntrl list B-37

mailroute B-37

mkcert B-38

nslookup B-40

ntp server B-40

reload B-42

restore B-48

route B-49

services B-49

show auth-cli B-52

show auth-http B-52

show backupconfig B-53

show bootlog B-53

show cdp-neighbor B-55

show cdp-run B-55

show config B-57

show import B-60

show route B-64

show ssh-version B-66

show syslog B-67

show tech B-68

shutdown B-72

snmp-server B-73

ssh-version B-74

telnetenable B-75

username B-76

webtimeout B-78

syntax, checking B-3

typographical conventions B-4

use of quotes in commands B-2

using B-2

client

detail report, displaying 6-14

group association report 6-22

historical association report, displaying 6-18

inventory, troubleshooting 10-18

inventory of associations 3-81

per VLAN (group) report, displaying 6-35

per VLAN (individual) report, displaying 6-62

statistics report, displaying 6-16

top n bit error rate, displaying 6-85

top n busiest report, displaying 6-82

top n MIC error rate, displaying 6-84

client polling interval, setting 3-89

client walkabout 7-24

checking status 7-33

creating 7-26

deleting 7-34

editing 7-34

guidelines 7-25

naming 7-28

options 7-30

refresh walkabout list 7-38

running 7-31

starting 7-35

stopping 7-35

viewing AP location details 7-37

viewing details 7-36

clock command B-21

collector log, displaying B-56

command reference B-1

community strings

definition GL-2

guidelines 3-30

recommendations 3-31

requirement for 3-28

setting on devices 3-5

specifying 3-28

configuration, WLSE

backing up

by using the CLI 9-6

using Web interface 8-21

copying to another WLSE 9-10

Ethernet interfaces 9-14

restoring

by using the CLI 9-7

using Web interface 8-21

configuration archives

recommendations for using 4-286

configuration history, viewing device's 6-2

configured radio parameters report (11b), displaying 6-9

configuring devices

configuration jobs 4-267

FAQs 10-19

firmware, updating 5-1

radio management assisted configuration 7-60

setting up for discovery 3-5

templates, using 4-1

troubleshooting 10-22

connectivity, testing 8-35

console/Telnet services (non-IOS), configuring 4-225

conventions

CLI B-2

in command descriptions B-4

conversion

access points, from non-IOS to IOS 5-38

templates, non-IOS to IOS 4-256

CoS (class of service), configuring from DSCP 4-148

credentials, devices

entering on WLSE 3-27

HTTP 3-32

HTTP port 3-35

SNMP 3-28

Telnet/SSH 3-33

WLCCP 3-36

CSV files, about 3-49

current reports, displaying 6-19

AP and bridge connected to router report 6-68

AP and bridge connected to switch report 6-66

AP associations 6-48

AP Ethertype protocol filters report 6-51

AP IP port filters report 6-53

AP IP protocol filters report 6-52

AP policy report 6-55

AP QoS report 6-56

AP SSID report 6-58

AP summary 6-40

AP usage report 6-70

AP VLAN report 6-60

detailed 6-43

EAP authentication 6-50

group client association 6-22

group policy report 6-38

group security 6-26

group SSID 6-29

group VLAN 6-32

hot standby report 6-64

per VLAN (group) client report 6-35

per VLAN client (individual) report 6-62

router summary 6-67

server summary report 6-69

switch summary 6-65

custom values, configuring

IOS template 4-99

non-IOS template 4-251

D

daemon log, displaying 8-4, B-58

daemon manager log, displaying 8-4, B-59

database

backing up 8-21

checking database status 10-39

purging 9-19

reinitializing B-43

restoring 8-21

date and time

displaying

current local time setting 8-33

system time B-11

incorrect, troubleshooting 10-9

in WLSE displays 1-8

setting

browser time 8-33

current local time 8-33

system time (UTC) 9-12, B-21

system time, by using Web interface 8-33

synchronizing to a time server 8-34, B-40

deleting

devices 3-77

groups 3-113

users 8-45, B-76

detailed report, displaying 6-43

device center 6-2

Device Credentials option 3-27

devices

configuring

archive jobs 4-293

configuration jobs 4-271

setting up for discovery 3-5

templates 4-1

connectivity, testing 8-35

credentials, setting 3-27

deleting 3-77

device name, display of 1-8

exporting

to a file 3-96

to CiscoWorks server 3-94

fault summary, viewing 6-2

firmware, updating 5-1

getting started with device management 3-3

grouping 3-98

history viewing 6-2

limitation on number of access points 3-80

location manager 7-42

managing

auto-management filtering 3-65

auto-managment, all devices 3-65

management state, changing 3-76

understanding 3-42

new versions, supporting 8-38

setting up 3-5

unmanaged 3-76

device selector, using 1-9

diagnostics, WLSE

processes, viewing 8-32

self-test 8-29

status reports 8-28

discovery

advanced options 3-63

CDP, enabling

on access points and bridges 3-6

on routers and switches 3-24

CDP discovery, running 3-54

device import

running 3-59

understanding 3-47

device setup for 3-5

discovery logs 3-69

Discovery Run Details window 3-69

FAQs 10-39

filtering

by IP address 3-68

by MAC address (access points) 3-65

history 3-91

individual device seeding 3-46

logs 3-69

messages 3-71

troubleshooting 10-15

common problems 3-74

devices discovered, but not displayed 10-15

Misconfigured Devices group 10-16

seed devices 10-14

SNMP Authorization Exception in discovery log 10-18

time discrepancy in jobs 10-16

understanding 3-42

wizard 3-54

Discovery Run Details window 3-69

disk

checking and repairing B-79

usage, viewing B-22

DNS

configuring (IOS) 4-62

configuring (non-IOS) 4-231

definition GL-3

name servers, specifying 8-34, B-33

reverse lookup

effect on device name display 3-64

enabling 3-64

documentation xx

audience for this xix

obtaining xxii

typographical conventions in xx

domain name

default, defining B-33

displaying B-12

dot11 mib fault

Misconfigured group, devices in 3-10

troubleshooting 10-16

DSCP to CoS (non-IOS), configuring 4-148

dumptcp command B-23

E

EAP-MD5 server

AP usage report, displaying 6-70

authentication report, displaying 6-50

definition GL-3

setting up 3-25

summary report, displaying 6-69

email

automatic configuration results 4-308

faults 2-55

forwarding B-37

logs and queues 8-3, B-36, B-62

mail server, specifying by using the CLI 9-16

mail server, specifying by using Web interface 8-35

notification settings 2-55

report 6-88

scheduling 6-90

testing and debugging B-35

erase config command B-24

erasing system configuration 9-19, B-24

Ethernet, configuring fast (IOS) 4-9

Ethernet, WLSE

connectors, labeling on WLSE 1130 9-14

firewall CLI command B-25

interface CLI command B-31

ports, configuring 9-14

Ethernet filters (non-IOS), configuring 4-152

Ethernet port (non-IOS), configuring 4-149

advanced settings 4-154

filters 4-152

hardware 4-153

identification 4-150

Ethertype filters, configuring

IOS template 4-72

non IOS template 4-112

event

handling (non-IOS), configuring 4-245

log (IOS), configuring 4-91

notification (non-IOS), configuring 4-250

exception, definition GL-3

exit command B-10

exporting

devices 3-94

reports

GUI-based, using 6-88

URL-based, using 6-94

templates 4-261

F

FAQs

administration 10-39

configuration 10-19

faults 10-12

firmware 10-23

general 10-2

radio manager 10-35

reports 10-30

fastEthernet (IOS), configuring 4-9

faults

defined 2-3

displaying 2-1

emailing 2-55

exception, definition of GL-3

FAQs 10-12

fault history truncation interval, setting 8-38

faults log (WLSE), displaying 8-4

network-wide settings 2-49

notification settings 2-51

emailing faults 2-55

syslog 2-54

trap notification 2-51

parameters for fault reporting 8-38

security policy, specifying 2-18

states, understanding 2-3

threshold-related, understanding 2-4

thresholds, specifying 2-18

troubleshooting 10-13

understanding 2-2

filters

AP Ethertype protocol report, displaying 6-51

AP IP port report, displaying 6-53

AP IP protocol report, displaying 6-52

discovery

by IP Address 3-68

by MAC address (access points) 3-65

Ethernet (non-IOS), configuring 4-152

Ethertype (IOS), configuring 4-72

Ethertype (non-IOS), configuring 4-112

IP (IOS), configuring 4-66

IP port (non-IOS), configuring 4-120

IP protocol (non-IOS), configuring 4-116

MAC address (IOS), configuring 4-63

firewall command 9-14, B-25

firmware

"not verified" status 5-33

converting non-IOS device to IOS 5-20

estimating change window 5-3

FAQs 10-23

history, viewing device's 6-2

how firmware upgrades work 5-2

images

deleting 5-8

editing on WLSE 5-6

importing 5-8

storing on remote TFTP server 5-13

viewing 5-6

jobs

copying 5-32

creating 5-16

deleting 5-31

details, displaying 5-32

displaying 5-30

editing 5-31

failures 5-33

job choices 5-16

number of devices in 10-25

protocol, changing 5-32

scheduling 5-19

status 5-28, 5-33

status, checking 5-28

time discrepancy in schedule 10-25

validating 5-20

new versions, support for 8-38

supported versions, displaying 8-39

troubleshooting 10-23

cryptography permissions, message about 10-28

email fails to arrive 10-26

job not verified 10-27

slow links 10-28

SNMP job fails 10-26

some devices not updated 10-26

Telnet/SSH credentials 10-29

upgrading

about 5-2

procedures 5-5

versions supported by WLSE

updating 8-39

viewing 8-38

floor information, Location Manager 7-49

fsck command B-79

FTP, configuring 4-233

G

gethostbyname command B-26

getting started

with device management 3-3

with WLSE 1-1

group client association report, displaying 6-22

group performance report

Ethernet utilization 6-74

RF utilization 6-73

groups

client association report, displaying 6-22

copying

rule-based 3-108

static 3-107

creating

rules-based 3-105

static 3-103

deleting 3-113

editing

rule-based 3-111

static 3-110

IOS reports 6-20

Misconfigured Devices group 10-16

non-IOS reports 6-20

overview 3-98

performance report for Ethernet utilization, displaying 6-74

performance report for RF utilization, displaying 6-73

per VLAN client report, displaying 6-35

policy report, displaying 6-38

rule-based

copying 3-108

creating 3-105

deleting 3-113

editing 3-111

security report, displaying 6-26

SSID report, displaying 6-29

static

creating 3-103

creating by copying 3-107

deleting 3-113

editing 3-110

system-defined 3-98

top number of associations report, displaying 6-75

top percentage errors report, displaying 6-77

understanding 3-98

user-defined 3-100

VLAN report, displaying 6-32

GUI

About button 1-7

dashboard 1-5

device name display 1-8

Help button 1-7

Logout button 1-7

tabs and subtabs 1-5

time display 1-8

timeout period 1-11

H

hardware configuration, Ethernet port 4-153

help

CLI, displaying B-3

Web interface 1-7

host file

displaying B-60, B-61

importing B-27

hostname

changing system hostname B-27

translating to IP addresses B-40

hostname command B-27

hot standby

configuring

IOS template 4-58

non-IOS template 4-227

report, displaying 6-64

HTTP

configuring

IOS template 4-74

non-IOS template 4-234

credentials for non-IOS access points 3-32

definition GL-4

setting on access points 3-6

HTTPS

certificate signed request, obtaining

using the Web interface 8-18

definition GL-4

log, viewing 8-3

using to export devices 3-96

I

images

access point firmware 5-1

WLSE software 8-5

import command B-27

importing

device firmware 5-8

devices

about CSV files 3-49

from CiscoWorks server 3-61

from file 3-59

understanding 3-47

firmware versions, support for 8-38

image for Location Manager 7-48

templates 4-257

installing a replacement WLSE

installing the new WLSE 9-9

removing the old WLSE 9-8

installing software updates, WLSE

from the CLI 9-10

from the Web interface 8-12

interface command B-31

interference, setting network-wide fault detection 2-50

inventory

automatic

polling interval 3-82

understanding 3-81

client associations inventory 3-81

FAQs 10-14

history 3-91

immediate 3-84

logs 3-91

performance inventory 3-81

polling intervals

guidelines for 3-83

setting 3-87

run by Radio Manager 3-92

running 3-84

scheduled 3-80

troubleshooting

common problems 3-93

effects on traffic and performance 10-18

length of time required 10-18

IOS

access point reports 6-21

converting APs from non-IOS to IOS 5-35

group reports 6-20

templates, configuration 4-3

templates, converting from non-IOS 4-256

trend report 6-84

IP addresses

displaying 3-64, B-26

in UI, display of 1-8

translating to hostnames B-40

IP chains, displaying B-61

ip domain-name command B-33

IP filters (IOS), configuring 4-66

ip name-server command B-33

IP port filters (non-IOS), configuring 4-120

IP protocol filters (non-IOS), configuring 4-116

J

Java Plugin

requirement for Windows XP repository 8-10

job history truncation interval, setting 3-89

jobs, archive

copying 4-297

creating 4-293

deleting 4-297

editing 4-296

filtering 4-296

job run details, viewing 4-298

managing 4-261

overview 4-286

recommendations 4-286

running again 4-297

viewing status 4-293

jobs, configuration

copying 4-283

creating 4-277

deleting 4-282

editing 4-281

filtering 4-281

managing 4-267

naming guidelines A-1

overview 4-268

recommendations 4-269

running again 4-282

undoing 4-283

viewing status 4-278

jobs, email 6-90

jobs, firmware

copying 5-32

creating 5-15

deleting 5-31

duration 5-25

editing 5-31

FAQs 10-23

filtering 5-30

for converting access points to IOS 5-43

job run details 5-32

managing 5-14

naming guidelines A-1

troubleshooting 10-23

viewing 5-28

jobs log, displaying 8-4

L

LEAP server

AP usage report, displaying 6-70

definition GL-4

EAP authentication report, displaying 6-50

setting response time 2-18

setting up 3-25

summary report, displaying 6-69

Links subtab 8-48

listbackup command B-35

local

admin access (non-IOS), configuring 4-209

AP/client security (non-IOS), configuring 4-213

location manager 7-39

channel color key 7-41

measuring tool 7-40

logging in

from Web interface 1-11

procedure 9-2

splash screen, adding a message 8-32

troubleshooting

cannot log in 10-5

cannot log in as system administrator 10-5

failure of authentication source 10-39

password created in CLI 10-41

logging out

from the CLI 9-2

from the WLSE 1-11

logs, WLSE

collector log B-56

daemon manager log 8-3, B-59

daemons log 8-3, B-58

discovery logs 3-69

displaying, using Web interface 8-3

displaying from the CLI 9-17

downloading 8-3

emailing 8-3

install logs B-60

inventory logs 3-91

searching 8-3

syslog B-67

system log 8-32

Tomcat log 8-3, B-69

View Log File option 8-3

Web access log 8-3, B-70

Web error log 8-3, B-71

Web SSL access log B-72

M

MAC address, displaying B-13

MAC address filters (discovery) 3-65

MAC address filters (IOS), configuring 4-63

mailcntrl clear command B-36

mailcntrl list command B-37

mail command B-35

mailroute command B-37

mail server

specifying, by using the CLI 9-16, B-37

specifying, using Web interface 8-35

maintenance image, WLSE

booting from 9-20

CLI commands for B-78

using 9-19

management services (WLSE) 9-16

Manage Roles option 8-40

Manage Users option 8-42

managing devices

auto-manage filtering 3-65

auto-management 3-65

changing device state 3-76

device detail display 3-79

limitation on number of 3-79

understanding 3-42

Misconfigured Devices system group

description 3-100

moving devices from 10-16

mkcert command B-38

N

name servers, specifying 8-34, B-33

naming guidelines A-1

neighbors (of WLSE), displaying B-55

network

connection failure, troubleshooting 10-6

connectivity testing 8-35

setting up 3-5

network interfaces

configuring

fastEthernet (IOS) 4-9

radio-802.11a (IOS) 4-19

radio-802.11b (IOS) 4-11

on WLSE

configuring 9-14, B-31

information about, displaying B-13

IP chains, displaying B-61

using both interfaces 9-15

template 4-9

network management systems, integrating with WLSE 1-2

non-IOS

access point reports 6-21

converting to IOS 5-35

group reports 6-20

templates, configuration 4-100

templates, converting to IOS 4-256

trend report 6-85

notification settings, faults 2-51

nslookup

definition GL-5

NSlookup tool 8-35

nslookup command B-40

NTP (Network Time Protocol)

configuring IOS template 4-87

configuring time servers on WLSE 8-34, B-40

definition GL-5

setting current date and time 8-34

setting system date and time 9-12

ntp server command B-40

P

packet content, command for displaying B-23

parameters, system 8-38

passwords

changing your password 8-46

HTTP 3-32

LEAP server 3-37

loss of, recovering from 9-23

Telnet 3-33

WLSE users 8-42

path loss between managed APs report (11b) 6-10

path loss data, collecting 7-9

PEAP server

ACS failed login report 8-49

entering on WLSE 3-37

setting up 3-25

performance

inventory 3-81

parameters for data collection 8-38

problems caused by frequent client inventory 10-18

performance graph, displaying for access points and bridges 6-80

performance polling interval, setting 3-89

performance table, displaying for access points and bridges 6-81

per VLAN client (group) report, displaying 6-35

ping

CLI command B-10

definition GL-6

Ping tool 8-35

policy

AP report, displaying 6-55

group report, displaying 6-38

groups, configuring 4-124

polling

aggregation parameters 3-90

fault and job data truncation parameters 3-89

inventory parameters 3-88

port

assignments, configuring 4-147

port filtering (WLSE), configuring B-25

primary service set

association service set, configuring 4-139

radio11a service set, configuring 4-204

processes, WLSE

active statistics, displaying B-63

displaying 8-29, B-14

starting and stopping 8-29

protocols, on WLSE 9-14

proxy mobile IP (IOS), configuring 4-75

proxy server, for firmware import 5-11

Q

quality of service (QoS)

configuring

associations (non-IOS) 4-133

policies (IOS) 4-78

radio 11a (non-IOS) 4-206

radio traffic (IOS) 4-82

report, displaying 6-56

R

radio

11a (non-IOS), configuring 4-175

advanced 4-185

data encryption 4-195

filters 4-179

hardware 4-180

identification 4-176

module service sets 4-199

primary module service set 4-204

QoS 4-206

searched channels 4-192

11b (non-IOS), configuring 4-157

advanced 4-167

filters 4-160

hardware 4-161

identification 4-158

searched channels 4-173

802.11a (IOS), configuring 4-19

802.11b (IOS), configuring 4-11

monitoring 7-6

radio manager

access points, configuring for 3-13

AP radio scans 7-9

assisted configuration 7-60

FAQs 10-35

overview 7-2

radio monitoring 7-6

reports, displaying 6-8

troubleshooting 10-35

radio measurements, collecting 7-4

radio measurements, deleting 7-71

radio monitoring 7-6

RADIUS

authentication module 8-17

definition GL-7

RADIUS server

AP usage report, displaying 6-70

EAP authentication report, displaying 6-50

setting response time 2-18

setting up 3-25

summary report, displaying 6-69

rebooting, WLSE

using the CLI 9-11, B-42

using Web interface 8-5

recovery (WLSE)

maintenance image 9-19

recovery CD 9-21

resetting WLSE to factory defaults 9-19

recovery CD (WLSE)

reimaging the WLSE 9-21

rescue image, using 9-22

reimaging the WLSE 9-21

reload command B-42

replacement WLSE, installing

installing the new WLSE 9-9

removing the old WLSE 9-8

reports

ACS failed login report 8-49

current, displaying 6-19

device center, using 6-2

emailing 6-88

exporting 6-88

FAQs 10-30

parameters for 8-38

radio manager, displaying 6-8

scheduling email 6-90

trend, using for capacity planning 6-72

trends, displaying 6-71

troubleshooting 10-30

wireless client, displaying 6-13

repository

browsing 8-13

defining

using Web interface 8-11

definition GL-7

install configure CLI command B-28

install list CLI command B-29

repository add CLI command B-44

repository delete CLI command B-44

repository list CLI command B-45

repository server CLI command B-47

repository source CLI command B-46

show repository CLI command B-64

rescue image, WLSE 9-22

resetting WLSE to factory defaults 9-19

restarting (rebooting) WLSE

bootlog, displaying B-53

from Web interface 8-5

reload command B-23

restore command B-48

restoring data from backups

restoring from one WLSE to another 9-10

using the CLI 9-7, B-48

using Web interface 8-26

reverse DNS lookup 3-64

rogue AP

displaying location of 7-52

setting network-wide fault detection 2-49

roles

creating and modifying 8-41

deleting 8-40

for users created by using the CLI 9-3

naming guidelines A-1

predefined 8-40

XML API privileges 8-40

route command B-49

router

AP and Bridge connected to, displaying 6-68

fault thresholds, setting 2-18

setting up 3-24

summary report, displaying 6-67

system-defined group for 3-98

routes (WLSE)

adding B-49

displaying B-15, B-64

routing (non-IOS), configuring 4-229

S

scheduling

archive jobs 4-291

backups 8-24

configuration jobs 4-275

discovery 3-54

email 6-90

firmware jobs 5-15

inventory 3-82

search, for devices

troubleshooting 10-4

using 1-10

security

advanced (IOS), configuring 4-46

authentication (WLSE)

enabling B-17

failure of authentication source 10-39

modules 8-16

troubleshooting 10-39

HTTPS (WLSE) 8-18

IOS templates 4-26

admin access 4-26

advanced 4-46

local RADIUS server 4-51

server manager 4-41

SSID manager 4-29

WEP key manager 4-37

last 10 logged in users, viewing 8-20

log, displaying B-65

non-IOS templates 4-208

authentication server 4-216

local admin access 4-209

local AP/client 4-213

SSH 8-20

SSL

certificate signed request, obtaining

by using Web interface   1

Telnet, enabling or disabling 8-20

security policy

monitoring, understanding 2-2

seed

CDP-based discovery 3-44

definition GL-7

individual device seeding 3-46

invalid 10-14

server

AAA

managing 3-37

setting up 3-25

AP usage report, displaying 6-70

local RADIUS server (IOS), configuring 4-51

manager (IOS), configuring 4-41

response time graph, displaying 6-86

security (non-IOS), configuring 4-216

setting response time 2-18

summary report, displaying 6-69

server, SMTP 9-16

services (IOS), configuring 4-55

ARP cache 4-90

CDP 4-60

DNS 4-62

Ethertype filters 4-72

hot standby 4-58

HTTP 4-74

IP filters 4-66

MAC address filters 4-63

NTP 4-87

proxy mobile IP 4-75

QoS policies 4-78

QoS radio traffic 4-82

SNMP 4-83, 4-208

Telnet/SSH 4-56

VLAN 4-88

services (non-IOS), configuring

accounting 4-238

CDP 4-230

console/Telnet 4-225

DNS 4-231

FTP 4-233

hot standby 4-227

HTTP 4-234

routing 4-229

SNMP 4-235

SNTP 4-236

start-up 4-222

services (WLSE)

managing 9-16, B-49

reintdb command, effect on B-43

stopping and starting 9-16

time reset, requirement for stopping services B-21

services command B-49

service sets (non-IOS)

configuring

primary service set 4-139

service sets 4-134

settings

assigning to devices 2-23

copying for device faults 2-20

creating for device faults 2-19

deleting for device faults 2-22

device fault, understanding 2-18

device faults, managing 2-18

editing for device faults 2-22

local time 8-33

network-wide fault 2-49

renaming for device faults 2-21

system date and time 9-12

viewing summary for device fault 2-23

setting system date and time

using the CLI 9-12

using the Web interface 8-33

short term trending inventory truncation interval, setting 8-38

show auth-cli command B-52

show auth-http B-52

show backupconfig command B-53

show bootlog command B-53

show cdp-neighbor B-55

show cdp-run command B-55

show clock command B-11

show config command B-57

show domain-name command B-12

show import command B-60

show interfaces command B-13

show process command B-14

show route command B-64

show ssh-version command B-66

show syslog command B-67

show tech command B-68

show version command B-15

shutdown command B-72

shutting down (WLSE) 9-11, B-72

SMTP

definition GL-7

server, specifying 8-35

server, specifying by using the CLI 9-16

SNMP

agent, configuring B-73

agent log, displaying 8-4

community strings

guidelines for 3-30

recommendations 3-31

setting on devices 3-5

specifying 3-28

configuration, displaying B-66

configuring

IOS template 4-83, 4-208

non-IOS template 4-235

definition GL-7

reachability, testing 8-35

retries, recommendations for 3-31

timeouts, recommendations for 3-31

trap notification

MIB 2-51

setting 2-51

traps supported 1-2

variables, querying 8-37

snmp-server command B-73

SNTP, configuring 4-236

software, on devices

converting to IOS 5-35

firmware, managing 5-1

groups for 3-98

software, on WLSE

installation logs, displaying 8-4

maintenance image B-78

overview 8-5

recovery CD 9-21

reimaging the WLSE 9-21

repository, browsing 8-13

status, viewing 8-6

update history, viewing

using Web interface 8-14

updates

history, viewing 8-14

installing, by using Web interface 8-12

Internet Explorer, problems using 10-40

transferring to WLSE B-44

version, viewing 1-7, B-15

splash screen, adding a message 8-32

SSH

credentials for access points, entering 3-33

definition GL-7

disabling 10-3

enabling B-74

type, displaying B-66

type, selecting 8-20

ssh-version command B-74

SSID

definition GL-7

manager (IOS), configuring 4-29

report, displaying 6-58

system-defined groups for 3-98

SSL

certificate, obtaining 8-18

certificate signed request, obtaining

CLI command for B-38

definition GL-8

log, displaying 8-4

startup configuration

assigning 4-300

creating a template for 4-302

start-up settings (non-IOS), configuring 4-222

subnet, system-defined group for 3-98

summary report

access point 6-40

router 6-67

server 6-69

switch 6-65

switch

AP and bridge connected to report, displaying 6-66

fault thresholds, setting 2-18

setting up 3-24

summary report, displaying 6-65

system-defined group for 3-98

syntax of commands, checking B-3

sysContact information, updates to 10-14

sysLocation information

not updated in WLSE 10-14

syslog

displaying B-67

notification, setting 2-54

sysName, display of 1-8, 3-64

system

configuration

displaying B-57

erasing B-24

hostname, changing B-27

information, viewing 9-17

logs, displaying 9-17

processes, managing 8-29

rebooting

from the Web interface 8-5

using the CLI 9-11

shutting down 9-11, B-72

status, displaying 8-29

storage usage, displaying B-22

system log, using 8-32

system parameters, setting 8-38

T

TAC (Technical Assistance Center)

case priorities xxv

information for, displaying B-68

opening a case xxv

website xxiv

TACACS+

authentication module 8-16

definition GL-8

TCP/IP packet content, displaying B-23

TCP Port Scan tool 8-35

Telnet

credentials for IOS access points, entering 3-33

disabling B-75

enabling 8-20, B-75

status, displaying B-68

Telnet/console services (non-IOS), configuring 4-225

Telnet/SSH services (IOS) , configuring 4-56

Telnet connection, troubleshooting 10-10

telnetenable command B-75

templates

automatic configurations 4-300

configuration, defined 4-2

converting from non-IOS to IOS 4-256

copying 4-254

creating, for configuration 4-253

deleting 4-257

editing 4-255

exporting 4-261

for converting access points to IOS 5-41

importing 4-257

IOS choices 4-3

non-IOS choices 4-100

using 4-1

TFTP

definition GL-8

setting up on access points 3-8

threshold

definition GL-8

specifying fault threshold 2-18

time

browser time, setting 8-33

display of, on WLSE 1-8

incorrect, troubleshooting 10-9

synchronizing to an NTP server 8-34

system time, setting

using CLI command 9-12

UTC

definition GL-9

display of 1-8

timeout period

webtimeout command B-78

WLSE Web interface 1-11

tomcat log, displaying 8-4, B-69

top n number of associations report, displaying 6-75

top n percentage errors report, displaying 6-77

traceroute

command B-15

definition GL-9

Traceroute tool 8-35

transmission statistics

displaying Ethernet for AP and bridge 6-79

displaying RF for AP and bridge 6-78

traps

MIB to define 2-51

setting for notification 2-51

version supported, on WLSE 1-2

trending data

aggregatiion of 3-90

data retention parameters 3-90

trend reports, using for capacity planning 6-72

trends, displaying 6-71

AP and bridge Ethernet transmission statistics 6-79

AP and bridge performance graph 6-80

AP and bridge performance table 6-81

AP and bridge RF transmission statistics 6-78

group performance report, Ethernet utilization 6-74

group performance report, RF utilization 6-73

server response time graph 6-86

top n busiest clients 6-82

top n client bit error rate 6-85

top n client MIC error rate 6-84

top n number of associations report 6-75

top n percentage errors report 6-77

troubleshooting

administration 10-39

AP web page, accessing 10-4

configuration 10-22

diagnostics for WLSE appliance 8-28

faults 10-13

firmware 10-25

passwords, loss of 9-23

process management for WLSE appliance 8-29

radio manager 10-35

reports 10-30

searching for devices 10-3

WLSE, recovery of 9-18

typographical conventions

in command descriptions B-4

in this document xx

U

undoing a job 4-283

unknown radio, displaying 7-52

unmanaged devices 3-76

upgrade

access point firmware 5-1

WLSE software (by using the CLI) 9-10

WLSE software (by using Web interface) 8-5

usage report, AP 6-70

usage report, displaying 6-70

user-defined

groups 3-100

roles 8-40

username command B-76

users

authentication servers 8-17

CLI access 8-42

creating

using the CLI 9-3, B-76

using Web interface 8-42

deleting 8-45, B-76

home page, modifying 8-47

last 10 logged in users. viewing 8-20

modifying 8-42, B-76

naming guidelines A-1

roles

assigning to users 8-43

managing 8-40

troubleshooting

authentication failure 10-39

password created in CLI not accepted 10-41

users not listed 10-40

username CLI command B-76

UTC

definition GL-9

on WLSE 1-8

V

VLAN

AP report, displaying 6-60

configuring

IOS template 4-88

non-IOS template 4-126

group report, displaying 6-32

per client report (group), displaying 6-35

per client report (individual), displaying 6-35

system-defined groups for 3-100

W

Web access log, displaying 8-4, B-70

Web error log, displaying 8-4, B-71

Web interface, WLSE 1-3

Web session timeout 1-11, B-78

Web SSL log, displaying B-72

webtimeout command B-78

WEP key manager (IOS), configuring 4-37

WEP keys, definition GL-10

Windows server

as backup location 8-24

as repository 8-10

wireless client polling interval, setting 3-89

wireless client reports, displaying 6-13

client detail 6-14

client historical association 6-18

client statistics 6-16

Wireless Domain Services (WDS)

access points, configuring for 3-13

configuring 4-96

credentials for 3-36

definition GL-10

system-defined groups for 3-100

wireless services, configuring 4-95

WLCCP

credentials, entering on WLSE 3-36

definition GL-10

WLSE 1105, limitation on number of managed devices 3-79

WLSE 1130

Ethernet port labelling 9-14

limitation on number of managed devices 3-79

X

XML API

documentation for xxii

privileges in roles 8-40