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MyPower WA2600(V2)-AP

Command Manual V3.0


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Manual Introduction

This manual introduces all commands of MyPower WA2600 (V2), including the format,
configuration mode, parameters, description and example of each command. This
manual helps the readers to use the commands by cooperating with WA2600 Series
Wireless AP User Manual V3.0.

Product Versions

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Product Name Product Model

WA2600 series wireless AP MyPower WA2600(V2)

Audience

This documentation is intended for:

 Hardware Installation engineers

 Commissioning engineers

 Field maintenance engineers


 System maintenance engineers

Supporting Manuals of Product

The supporting manuals of the product:

Manual name Overview

WA2600 Series Wireless Describes the device hardware specifications and


AP Installation Manual installation methods, guiding you to install the device

WA2600 Series Wireless Describes the configuration methods and configuration


AP User Manual steps of the device software functions, providing typical
cases for reference

WA2600 Series Wireless Describes how to deal with the typical faults and problems
AP Troubleshooting of the device in the dialing maintenance

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V2.0 2015-1-22 Revised version

V3.0 2016-6-17 Revised version


Contents

1 Common Basic Commands..............................................................................................................................................9

1.1 Show Commands of Common Basic Information ..............................................................................................9

1.2 show ...............................................................................................................................................................................9

1.3 Help Commands ........................................................................................................................................................10

1.3.1 list ..........................................................................................................................................................................10

1.4 Restore Default Values of Configuration Data...................................................................................................11

1.4.1 restore ...................................................................................................................................................................11

1.5 Device Reboot............................................................................................................................................................12

1.5.1 reboot ....................................................................................................................................................................12

1.6 Save Configuration Information ............................................................................................................................12

1.6.1 write .......................................................................................................................................................................12

2 Using Command of AP Configuration .........................................................................................................................14

2.1 Login ............................................................................................................................................................................14

2.2 Public Commands.....................................................................................................................................................14

2.2.1 enable ...................................................................................................................................................................14

2.2.2 configure terminal ................................................................................................................................................15

2.2.3 exit .........................................................................................................................................................................16

2.2.4 end.........................................................................................................................................................................16

2.3 Auxiliary commands ................................................................................................................................................17

2.3.1 ping........................................................................................................................................................................17

2.3.2 show syslog..........................................................................................................................................................19

2.3.3 top..........................................................................................................................................................................19

2.3.4 show uptime .........................................................................................................................................................21

2.3.5 telnet .....................................................................................................................................................................22

2.3.6 traceroute .............................................................................................................................................................23

2.4 Fit AP Commands .....................................................................................................................................................23

2.4.1 service fit-ap .........................................................................................................................................................23

2.4.2 ac ipv4...................................................................................................................................................................24

2.4.3 discovery mode ...................................................................................................................................................24

2.4.4 dlts cert .................................................................................................................................................................25

2.4.5 dlts psk ..................................................................................................................................................................26


2.4.6 dtls mode ..............................................................................................................................................................26

2.4.7 show ......................................................................................................................................................................27

2.4.8 show dtls...............................................................................................................................................................28

2.4.9 ip version ..............................................................................................................................................................29

2.4.10 ac ipv6...................................................................................................................................................................29

2.4.11 capwap dt keep-alive ..........................................................................................................................................30

2.4.12 ac hostname.........................................................................................................................................................30

2.4.13 dns .........................................................................................................................................................................31

2.4.14 apply......................................................................................................................................................................31

2.5 Fat AP Commands ....................................................................................................................................................32

2.5.1 service wpa-psk-encryption ...............................................................................................................................32

2.6 Device Information ...................................................................................................................................................33

2.6.1 show version ........................................................................................................................................................33

2.6.2 system name........................................................................................................................................................34

2.7 Device Maintenance .................................................................................................................................................34

2.7.1 reboot ....................................................................................................................................................................34

2.8 Time Setting ...............................................................................................................................................................35

2.8.1 time........................................................................................................................................................................35

2.8.2 ntp server..............................................................................................................................................................36

2.9 Log Management.......................................................................................................................................................36

2.9.1 syslog server ........................................................................................................................................................36

2.9.2 no syslog server ..................................................................................................................................................37

2.10 Configuration Management ....................................................................................................................................37

2.10.1 restore ...................................................................................................................................................................37

2.10.2 write .......................................................................................................................................................................38

2.10.3 show running-config ............................................................................................................................................39

2.10.4 show startup-config .............................................................................................................................................41

2.11 Interface Management .............................................................................................................................................43

2.11.1 interface ................................................................................................................................................................43

2.11.2 add.........................................................................................................................................................................43

2.11.3 dhcp-client ............................................................................................................................................................44

2.11.4 ip-address.............................................................................................................................................................44

2.11.5 ipv6-address.........................................................................................................................................................45

2.11.6 show interface......................................................................................................................................................46

2.11.7 no interface vlan ..................................................................................................................................................47


2.11.8 stp ..........................................................................................................................................................................47

2.12 User Management .....................................................................................................................................................48

2.12.1 user add ................................................................................................................................................................48

2.12.2 user modify password .........................................................................................................................................48

2.12.3 user modify role ...................................................................................................................................................49

2.12.4 no user ..................................................................................................................................................................50

2.12.5 show users ...........................................................................................................................................................50

2.13 DHCP Server ..............................................................................................................................................................51

2.13.1 dhcps pool add ....................................................................................................................................................51

2.13.2 dhcps pool modify ...............................................................................................................................................52

2.13.3 show dhcps pool ..................................................................................................................................................52

2.13.4 no dhcps pool.......................................................................................................................................................53

2.14 PPPOE Client .............................................................................................................................................................54

2.14.1 pppoe-client..........................................................................................................................................................54

2.14.2 no pppoe...............................................................................................................................................................55

2.14.3 show pppoe ..........................................................................................................................................................55

2.15 NAT Service Configuration .....................................................................................................................................56

2.15.1 nat add dhcp ........................................................................................................................................................56

2.15.2 nat add pppoe ......................................................................................................................................................57

2.15.3 nat add static........................................................................................................................................................57

2.15.4 no nat ....................................................................................................................................................................58

2.16 IPv4 Route...................................................................................................................................................................59

2.16.1 route ......................................................................................................................................................................59

2.16.2 no route.................................................................................................................................................................59

2.16.3 show route ............................................................................................................................................................60

2.17 Wireless Setting ........................................................................................................................................................61

2.17.1 apply wireless-configuration ..............................................................................................................................61

2.17.2 show interface radio ............................................................................................................................................61

2.18 interface radio ............................................................................................................................................................63

2.18.1 Radio Frequency .................................................................................................................................................63

2.18.2 a-mpdu ..................................................................................................................................................................64

2.18.3 a-msdu ..................................................................................................................................................................64

2.18.4 add wlan ...............................................................................................................................................................65

2.18.5 bandwidth .............................................................................................................................................................66

2.18.6 beacon-period ......................................................................................................................................................66


2.18.7 channel .................................................................................................................................................................67

2.18.8 del wlan.................................................................................................................................................................67

2.18.9 frag-threshold .......................................................................................................................................................68

2.18.10 freq-band..............................................................................................................................................................69

2.18.11 no shutdown ........................................................................................................................................................69

2.18.12 radar-evade .........................................................................................................................................................70

2.18.13 radio-type .............................................................................................................................................................71

2.18.14 rssi limit ................................................................................................................................................................71

2.18.15 rts-threshold ........................................................................................................................................................72

2.18.16 short-gi .................................................................................................................................................................73

2.18.17 shutdown..............................................................................................................................................................73

2.18.18 tx-power ...............................................................................................................................................................74

2.18.19 wmm .....................................................................................................................................................................75

2.18.20 show .....................................................................................................................................................................75

2.18.21 wds-client .............................................................................................................................................................77

2.18.22 wds-root ...............................................................................................................................................................78

2.19 WLAN Service ............................................................................................................................................................79

2.19.1 interface wlan .......................................................................................................................................................79

2.19.2 no interface wlan .................................................................................................................................................79

2.19.3 show interface wlan ............................................................................................................................................80

2.19.4 802.1q-priority ......................................................................................................................................................81

2.19.5 acl ..........................................................................................................................................................................82

2.19.6 acl access-mode .................................................................................................................................................83

2.19.7 acl mac..................................................................................................................................................................83

2.19.8 auth-type...............................................................................................................................................................84

2.19.9 encrypt-type .........................................................................................................................................................85

2.19.10 hidden-ssid ..........................................................................................................................................................85

2.19.11 max-users ............................................................................................................................................................86

2.19.12 no acl mac ...........................................................................................................................................................87

2.19.13 show .....................................................................................................................................................................87

2.19.14 ssid .......................................................................................................................................................................89

2.19.15 user-isolation .......................................................................................................................................................89

2.19.16 vlan .......................................................................................................................................................................90

2.19.17 wmf .......................................................................................................................................................................91

2.19.18 wpa-psk ................................................................................................................................................................91

2.19.19 wpa2-psk..............................................................................................................................................................92

2.19.20 wpa-psk-auto .......................................................................................................................................................93


2.20 Bluebooth Setting .....................................................................................................................................................93

2.20.1 bluetooth ...............................................................................................................................................................93

2.20.2 bluetooth password .............................................................................................................................................94

2.20.3 bluetooth status ...................................................................................................................................................95

2.20.4 bluetooth reset .....................................................................................................................................................95

2.21 Optical Module Setting ............................................................................................................................................96

2.21.1 sfp ..........................................................................................................................................................................96

2.21.2 show sfp................................................................................................................................................................97

2.21.3 show optical .........................................................................................................................................................97

2.22 Nand Flash Setting ...................................................................................................................................................99

2.22.1 nand-storage-syslog ...........................................................................................................................................99

2.22.2 recover nand ........................................................................................................................................................99

2.22.3 show nand-storage-syslog ...............................................................................................................................100

2.22.4 show storage......................................................................................................................................................100

2.23 Advanced Setting....................................................................................................................................................101

2.23.1 service fit-ap .......................................................................................................................................................101

2.23.2 service scanap ...................................................................................................................................................102

2.23.3 service ssh .........................................................................................................................................................102

2.23.4 service telnetd....................................................................................................................................................103

2.23.5 service watchdog...............................................................................................................................................104

2.23.6 service webservice ............................................................................................................................................104

2.23.7 service secure-webservice...............................................................................................................................105

2.23.8 service message-log .........................................................................................................................................105

2.23.9 service password level .....................................................................................................................................106

2.23.10 remote ................................................................................................................................................................106

2.23.11 mwo ....................................................................................................................................................................107

2.23.12 show mwo ..........................................................................................................................................................108

2.23.13 show stm8..........................................................................................................................................................108


1 Common Basic Commands
1.1 Show Commands of Common Basic Information

1.2 show

Command

show

Configuration Mode

enable mode, configuration mode

Parameters

User view:

count: Show the statictics information

history: Shown the reboot information

interface: Show the port information

memory: Show the system memory

mwo: Show the microwave detection status

rebootlog: Show the reboot log

running-config: Show the current running configuration

service: Show the service status

snmp: Show the SNMP configuration information

startup-config: Show the startup configuration

storage: Show the storage information

syslog: Show the system log

time: Show the current system time


uptime: Show the running time

users: Show the current system users

version: Show the system information

usbautoupgrade: Show the USB upgrade information

Configuration view:

running-config: Show the current running configuration

startup-config: Show the startup configuration

Description

Show various status of the system via the show command

Example

admin# show users

User Info:

+------------------------------------------+

| name | role |

+------------------------------------------+

|admin |system_admin |

+------------------------------------------+

admin# show uptime

00:19:00 up 19 min, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00

1.3 Help Commands

1.3.1 list

Command

list command-name
Configuration Mode

enable mode,configuration mode

Parameters

command-name:The command name

Description

Query all configuration parameters of one command via the list command

Example

admin(config)# list show

show dhcps pool [.POOLNAME]

show pppoe [PPPOENAME]

show running-config

show startup-config

1.4 Restore Default Values of Configuration Data

1.4.1 restore

Command

restore

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

no

Description

The restore command is used to restore the configuration file of the device to the factory setting. After

restoring the factory setting, you need to restart the device.

Example

admin(config)# restore
Are you sure to restore? [Y/N]y

admin(config)# reboot chain hoot: SHL_Reboot(1)

Restarting system.

1.5 Device Reboot

1.5.1 reboot

Command

reboot

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

no

Description

The reboot command is used to restart the device.

Example

admin(config)# reboot

Are you sure to reboot system? [Y/N]y

admin(config)# reboot chain hoot: SHL_Reboot(1)

Restarting system.

1.6 Save Configuration Information

1.6.1 write

Command

write
Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

rescue: Specify the saved target as the boot configuration file

Description

Save the running configuration file in the file

Example

admin# write

Write to startup file ... OK


2 Using Command of AP Configuration
2.1 Login

Command

no

Configuration Mode

Login mode

Parameters

no

Description

Use the serial port or telnet to enter the login view. Input the user name and password to log in. After logging in,

the system enters the system view. The prompt of the system view is “admin>”:

Example

process '/sbin/getty ttyS0 115200 -n -i -l clish' (pid 1221) exited. Scheduling for restart.

starting pid 1466, tty '': '/sbin/getty ttyS0 115200 -n -i -l clish'

Login: admin

Password:

admin#

2.2 Public Commands

2.2.1 enable

Command

enable
Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no

Description

Enter the enable mode via the enable command

Example

admin> enable

Password:

admin#

2.2.2 configure terminal

Command

configure terminal

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no

Description

Enter the system configuration mode via the command

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)#
2.2.3 exit

Command

exit

Configuration Mode

user mode,enable mode,configuration mode

Parameters

no

Description

Exit the current mode via the exit command

Example

admin(config)# exit

admin# exit

admin> exit

process '/sbin/getty ttyS0 115200 -n -i -l clish' (pid 1697) exited. Scheduling for restart.

starting pid 4334, tty '': '/sbin/getty ttyS0 115200 -n -i -l clish'

Login:

2.2.4 end

Command

end

Configuration Mode

The other modes except for the common user mode and privileged user mode

Parameters

no
Description

The end command is used to directly return to the privileged user mode when performing the

configuration on the other modes except for the common user mode and privileged user mode.

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# end

admin#

2.3 Auxiliary commands

2.3.1 ping

Command

ping ipv4-addr [-c count] [-s size] [-I ipv4-addr] [-q]

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

ipv4-addr: The target address is the IPv4 format

-c count: Configure the times of ping packet, the range is 0-2147483647

-s size: Configure the packet size, the default value is 56 bytes, and the value range is 0-65507

-I ipv4-addr: Configure the source address

-q: Quiet mode

Description

Test whether the network is unobstructed via the command

Example

admin# ping 192.168.1.1 -c 3

PING 192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1): 56 data bytes


64 bytes from 192.168.1.1: seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.217 ms

64 bytes from 192.168.1.1: seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.174 ms

64 bytes from 192.168.1.1: seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.172 ms

--- 192.168.1.1 ping statistics ---

3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0% packet loss

round-trip min/avg/max = 0.172/0.187/0.217 ms

admin#

Command

ping -6 ipv6-addr [-c count] [-s size] [-I ipv6-addr] [-q]

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

ipv6-addr: The target address is the IPv6 format

-c count: Configure the times of pinging the packet, the range is 0-2147483647

-s size: Configure the packet size, the default value is 56 bytes, and the value range is 0-65507

-I ipv6-addr: Configure the source address

-q: The quiet mode

Description

Test whether the network is unobstructed via the command

Example

admin# ping -6 fe80::201:7aff:fe6a:bacd -c 3

PING fe80::201:7aff:fe6a:bacd (fe80::201:7aff:fe6a:bacd): 56 data bytes

64 bytes from fe80::201:7aff:fe6a:bacd: seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.302 ms

64 bytes from fe80::201:7aff:fe6a:bacd: seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.274 ms

64 bytes from fe80::201:7aff:fe6a:bacd: seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.268 ms


--- fe80::201:7aff:fe6a:bacd ping statistics ---

3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0% packet loss

round-trip min/avg/max = 0.268/0.281/0.302 ms

admin#

2.3.2 show syslog

Command

show syslog process level

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

process:The process name

level: The log level , 0: LOG_EMERG 1: LOG_ALERT 2: LOG_CRIT 3: LOG_ERR 4: LOG_WARNING 5:


LOG_NOTICE 6: LOG_INFO 7: LOG_DEBUG

Description

Show the log of one process by the level

Example

admin# show syslog webs 7

2.3.3 top

Command

top [-b] [-n nubmer]

Configuration Mode

enable mode
Parameters

-b: batch mode,display the information in sequence and do not screen.

-n: Exit after refreshing for n times

nubmer:The refresh times, the range is 1-255

Description

Show the system memory, CPU, load, process and other information

Example

admin# top -b -n 1

Mem: 19560K used, 107148K free, 0K shrd, 244K buff, 3428K cached

CPU: 0.9% usr 3.1% sys 0.0% nic 95.8% idle 0.0% io 0.0% irq 0.0% sirq

Load average: 0.01 0.02 0.00 1/33 4665

PID PPID USER STAT VSZ %VSZ CPU %CPU COMMAND

316 1 root S 12180 9.5 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/watchdog

89 1 root S 11652 9.1 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/run_led qts9341w 1

327 1 root S 5452 4.2 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/snmpd -f

1218 1 root S 5100 4.0 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/hmcli -d

4334 1 root S 4740 3.7 0 0.0 clish --

310 1 root S 4416 3.4 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/webs -p /usr/www

330 1 root S 3964 3.1 0 0.0 scanap --address 224.0.2.101 --port 62123 --sleep 3

--speed 10

1219 1 root S 3260 2.5 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/nfqd

1220 1 root S 2948 2.3 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/cmd_portal

1044 1 root S 1600 1.2 0 0.0 hostapd -B /tmp/secath0101

322 1 root S 1568 1.2 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/dropbear -r /etc/usr/configs/ssh/rsakey -d

/etc/usr/configs/ssh/dsskey -I 300

4665 4334 root R 1364 1.0 0 0.0 top -b -n 1

1 0 root S 1360 1.0 0 0.0 init


325 1 root S 1356 1.0 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/telnetd -I 300

76 1 root S< 1356 1.0 0 0.0 /usr/sbin/cmd_agent

30 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [unlzma/0]

29 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [mtdblockd]

34 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [unlzma/1]

5 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [khelper]

4 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [events/0]

8 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [khubd]

7 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [kblockd/0]

9 2 root SW 0 0.0 0 0.0 [pdflush]

11 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [kswapd0]

12 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [aio/0]

13 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [crypto/0]

6 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [async/mgr]

2 0 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [kthreadd]

3 2 root SW< 0 0.0 0 0.0 [ksoftirqd/0]

35 2 root SWN 0 0.0 0 0.0 [jffs2_gcd_mtd2]

10 2 root SW 0 0.0 0 0.0 [pdflush]

2.3.4 show uptime

Command

show uptime

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no
Description

Show the running time of the system

Example

admin# show uptime

02:48:32 up 2:48, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00

2.3.5 telnet

Command

telnet dst-addr port

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

dst-addr: The target address

port: The port

Description

Access the device via the telnet protocol

Example

admin# telnet 192.168.1.1

Entering character mode

Escape character is '^]'.

Login: admin

Password:

admin#
2.3.6 traceroute

Command

traceroute [ip | ipv6] dst-addr

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

ip: The IPv4 address

ipv6: The IPv6 address

dst-addr: The target IP address or interface

Description

Show the access path of the device via the traceroute command

Example

admin# traceroute ip 192.168.1.1

traceroute to 192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets

1 192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1) 0.072 ms 0.027 ms 0.020 ms

2.4 Fit AP Commands

2.4.1 service fit-ap

Command

service fit-ap

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

enable: Switch to the fit ap mode

disable: Switch to the fat ap mode


Description

Switch the device to the fit or fat mode

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

Switching AP mode requires reboot, do you want to switch? [Y/N]y

2.4.2 ac ipv4

Command

ac ipv4 ip-addr

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

ip-addr: IPv4 address

Description

Configure the IP address of the AC in the fit AP mode

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# ac ipv4 192.168.100.1

2.4.3 discovery mode

Command

discovery mode {static|dynamic}

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view
Parameters

static: Static discovery mode

dynamic: Dynamic discovery mode

Description

Set the AP discovery mode in the fit AP mode

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# discovery mode static

admin(fitap)#

2.4.4 dlts cert

Command

dtls cert pem ftp ip ip-addr [port port] [user name password password ] ca-file cafile cert-file certfile

[key-file keyfile] [key-password keypassword]

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

ip-addr: The IPv4 address of the ftp server

port:The port of the ftp server, the range is 1-65535

user:The user name of the ftp server

password:The password of the ftp server

cafile:The CA certificate file

certfile:The certificate file of the device

keyfile:The key file of the device

keypassword:The private key password of the device

Description

Set the dtls certificate information


Example

admin# service fit-ap enable

admin(config)# dtls cert pem ftp ip 8.8.8.8 ca-file ca.pem cert-file cert.cer

2.4.5 dlts psk

Command

dtls psk password 0 password

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

password: psk authentication password

Description

Set the dtls preshare key information

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin (config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# dtls psk password 0 123456789

2.4.6 dtls mode

Command

dtls mode {all|cert|psk|none}

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

all: All authentication


cert: Certificate authentication

psk: PSK authentication

none: Not support

Description

In the fit AP mode, set the dtls authentication mode of AP

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# dtls mode psk

2.4.7 show

Command

show

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

no

Description

Show the configuration of AP discovering AC in the fit AP mode

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# show

---------------------------------------------

Discovery Type : STATIC

AC Ipv4 Address : 192.168.100.1

DT Keep alive : ENABLE

---------------------------------------------
2.4.8 show dtls

Command

show dtls ca cert-info

show dtls private cert-info

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

no

Description

Show the dtls certificate information

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# show dtls ca cert-info

Certificate:

Data:

Version: 3 (0x2)

Serial Number:

6b:60:9f:c3:3d:08:ec:72:e3:57

Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption

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2.4.9 ip version

Command

ip version {ipv4|ipv6|all}

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

ipv4: IPv4

ipv6: IPv6

all: IPv4&IPv6

Description

Set the AP online IP protocol type

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# ip version all

2.4.10 ac ipv6

Command

ac ipv6 ipv6-addr

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

ipv6-addr: IPv6 address

Description

Set the IPv6 address of the AC


Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# ac ipv6 2000:1::1:1

2.4.11 capwap dt keep-alive

Command

capwap dt keep-alive {enable|disable}

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

enable: Enable the data tunnel keepalive

disable: Disable the data tunnel keepalive

Description

Set the CAPWAP data tunnel keepalive mechanism

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# capwap dt keep-alive enable

2.4.12 ac hostname

Command

ac hostname hostname

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

hostname: AC host name


Description

Set the AC host name during DNS discovery

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# ac hostname controller.maipu.com

2.4.13 dns

Command

dns [ip-addr]*2

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view

Parameters

ip-addr: DNS server address

Description

Set the DNS server during the DNS discovery

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# dns 8.8.8.8

2.4.14 apply

Command

apply

Configuration Mode

Fit AP view
Parameters

no

Description

Apply the fit AP configuration

Example

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

admin(fitap)# apply

2.5 Fat AP Commands

2.5.1 service wpa-psk-encryption

Command

service wpa-psk-encryption {enable | disable }

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

enable: Set wpa-psk to be displayed with encryption

disable: Set wpa-psk to be displayed with plaintext

Description

Configure whether to display wpa-psk with encryption

Example

admin#

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# service wpa-psk-encryption enable

admin(config)# show running-config


wpa2-psk $1$$I2o9Z7NcvQAKp7wyCTlia0

Note: The command is used only in the fat AP mode.

2.6 Device Information

2.6.1 show version

Command

show version

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no

Description

Display the device information

Example

admin# show version

---------------------------------------------------------------

System Name:MyPower WA2600(V2)

Model Number:MyPower WA2600(V2)

Serial Number:

SW Version:200.13.2.26(R)

Internal SW Version:200.12.2.26(R)

HW Version:V1.1

SVN Version:3024

Compiled:2018-06-20 12:43

PCBA:
BOM:

MAC:00:01:7a:1f:fe:d8

Uptime:20 days, 0 hours, 23 minutes

Location:

---------------------------------------------------------------

2.6.2 system name

Command

system name name

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

name: Configure the system name as 1-32 characters

Description

Set the system name

Example

admin(config)# system name ap00001

2.7 Device Maintenance

2.7.1 reboot

Command

reboot

Configuration Mode

configuration mode
Parameters

no

Description

Reboot the system

Example

admin(config)# reboot

Are you sure to reboot system? [Y/N]y

2.8 Time Setting

2.8.1 time

Command

time year-month-day hour: minute: second

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

year-month-day: year/month/day,the range of the year is <1970, 2037>

hour: minute: second: hour/minute/second

Description

Set the system time manually

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# time 2014-01-01 01:01:01


2.8.2 ntp server

Command

ntp server [ip-addr]*2

ntp syn-intval interval

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

ip-addr: The IPv4 address or host name of the time server

interval:The synchronization interval. The range is 1-48

Description

Set the time synchronization server

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# ntp server 8.8.8.8

2.9 Log Management

2.9.1 syslog server

Command

syslog server ip-addr [port port]

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

ip-addr: The IPv4 address of the syslog server

port: The port number, the default value is 1-65535


Description

Enable the syslog function

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# syslog server 4.4.4.4 port 8888

2.9.2 no syslog server

Command

no syslog server

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

no

Description

Disable the syslog function

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# no syslog server

2.10 Configuration Management

2.10.1 restore

Command

restore
Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

no

Description

Restore the factory setting

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# restore

Are you sure to restore? [Y/N]y

admin(config)# reboot chain hoot: SHL_Reboot(1)

Restarting system.

2.10.2 write

Command

write

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

rescue: Specify the saved target as the boot configuration file

Description

Save the configuration

Example

admin# write

Write to startup file … OK


2.10.3 show running-config

Command

show running-config

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

no

Description

Display the current configuration of the system

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# show running-config

!User configuration

user load admin system_admin $1$$CoERg7ynjYLsj2j4glJ34.

!Sfp phy configuration

sfp disable

!VLAN interface configuration

interface vlan 1

stp off

add eth0 untagged

exit

!Management interface configuration

interface management

vlan 1

isolate off

dhcp-client
exit

!Message-log switch config

service message-log enable

service fit-ap enable

discovery mode static

ip version ipv4

ac ipv4 100.1.16.30

capwap dt keep-alive enable

dtls mode none

apply

exit

! watchdog service config

service watchdog enable

! web service config

service webservice enable

! telnetd service config

service telnetd enable timeout 0

! scanap service config

service scanap enable

!System name configuration

system name MyPower WA2600(V2)

!Time configuration

!SNMP global configuration

!Dhcp pool configuration

!PPPOE client configuration

!NAT service configuration


2.10.4 show startup-config

Command

show startup-config

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

no

Description

Show the saved configuration

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# show startup-config

!User configuration

user load admin system_admin $1$$CoERg7ynjYLsj2j4glJ34.

!Sfp phy configuration

sfp disable

!VLAN interface configuration

interface vlan 1

stp off

add eth0 untagged

exit

!Management interface configuration

interface management

vlan 1

isolate off

dhcp-client
exit

!Message-log switch config

service message-log enable

service fit-ap enable

discovery mode static

ip version ipv4

ac ipv4 100.1.16.30

capwap dt keep-alive enable

dtls mode none

apply

exit

! watchdog service config

service watchdog enable

! web service config

service webservice enable

! telnetd service config

service telnetd enable timeout 0

! scanap service config

service scanap enable

!System name configuration

system name MyPower WA2600(V2)

!Time configuration

!SNMP global configuration

!Dhcp pool configuration

!PPPOE client configuration

!NAT service configuration


2.11 Interface Management

2.11.1 interface

Command

interface {management|vlan vlan-id}

Configuration Mode

configuration mode

Parameters

vlan-id:Management VLAN,the range is 1-4094

Description

Create or enter the AP interface

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface management

admin(interface-management)#exit

admin(config)# interface vlan 1

admin(interface-vlan)#

2.11.2 add

Command

add {eth0|eth1|eth2} {tagged|untagged}

Configuration Mode

Interface configuration view

Parameters

eth0|eth1|eth2:

Add the specified interfacr to the VLAN


tagged|untagged: Specify whether the VLAN on the interface carries the tag

Description

Configure the interfaces contained by the VLAN

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface vlan 1

admin(interface-vlan)# add eth1 tagged

2.11.3 dhcp-client

Command

dhcp-client

Configuration Mode

Interface configuration view

Parameters

The command is invalid for the management interface in the fat AP

Description

Configure the interface to use dhcp to get the address

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface management

admin(interface-management)# dhcp-client

2.11.4 ip-address

Command

ip-address ip-addr/mask [gw ip-addr] 【dns dns】


Configuration Mode

Interface configuration view

Parameters

ip-addr/mask: IPv4 address/mask

ip-addr:the gateway, optional parameter

dns:dns server, the optional parameter

Description

Configure the static address of the interface

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface management

admin(interface-management)# ip 192.168.1.1/24 gw 192.168.1.254

2.11.5 ipv6-address

Command

ipv6-address ipv6-addr/mask

Configuration Mode

Interface configuration view

Parameters

ipv6-addr/mask: IPv6 address; the command is avalailable only for the management interface.

Description

Configure the static address of the interface

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface management

admin(interface-management)# ipv6-address 2000:1::1/64


2.11.6 show interface

Command

show interface {management|vlan }

Configuration Mode

Enable view

Parameters

no

Description

Show the configuration of the AP interface

Example

admin# show interface managment

-------------------------------------------------

Manage vlan : 1

Isolate : off

Ip address : 192.168.1.1

Netmask : 255.255.255.0

Gateway : 0.0.0.0

-------------------------------------------------

admin# show interface vlan 1

VLAN: [vlan1]

---------------------------------------------

VLAN ID : 1

STP : off

Tagged member:

Untagged member:
eth0 eth1

---------------------------------------------

2.11.7 no interface vlan

Command

no interface vlan

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

no

Description

Delete the created vlan interface

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# no interface vlan 2

2.11.8 stp

Command

stp {on|off}

Configuration Mode

Interface configuration view

Parameters

no

Description

Configure the stp switch


Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface vlan 2

admin(interface-vlan)# stp on

2.12 User Management

2.12.1 user add

Command

user add username { guest| admin | system_admin } password

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

username: User name

password: Password

(guest| admin | system_admin): User role

Description

Add the user

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# user add abc guest 123aA!

2.12.2 user modify password

Command

user modify password username password


Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

username: user name

password: Password

Description

Modify the user password

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# user modify password abc 456aA!

2.12.3 user modify role

Command

user modify role username { guest| admin | system_admin }

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

username: user name

{ guest| admin | system_admin }: User role

Description

Modify the user authority

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# user modify role abc system_admin


2.12.4 no user

Command

no user username

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

username: user name

Description

Delete the user

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# no user abc

2.12.5 show users

Command

show users

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no

Description

Show the user

Example

admin# show users

User Info:
+------------------------------------------+

| name | role |

+------------------------------------------+

|admin |system_admin |

+------------------------------------------+

2.13 DHCP Server

2.13.1 dhcps pool add

Command

dhcps pool add dhcpServerProfile start-ip-addr end-ip-addr mask [gw ip-addr] [dns-server ip-addr]*2

[lease time]

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

start-ip-addr: The start address of the address pool

end-ip-addr: The end address of the address pool

mask: The subnet mask

ip-addr: The gateway

ip-addr: The DNS server

time: The lease time, the range is 60-4294967295

Description

Add one DHCP address pool

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# dhcps pool add dhcpServerProfile 192.168.100.100 192.168.100.200 255.255.255.0 gw

192.168.100.254 dns-server 8.8.8.8 lease 60


Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.

2.13.2 dhcps pool modify

Command

dhcps pool modify start-ip-addr end-ip-addr mask {gw ip-addr] {dns-server ip-addr]*2 {lease time]

{pool-name pool-name }

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

start-ip-addr: The start address of the address pool

end-ip-addr: The end address of the address pool

mask: The subnet mask

ip-addr: The gateway

ip-addr: The DNS server

time: The lease time, the range is 60-4294967295

pool-name: The name of the DHCP address pool

Description

Modify the configuration of one DHCP address pool

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# dhcps pool modify 192.168.100.100 192.168.100.200 255.255.255.0 gw 192.168.100.254

dns-server 8.8.8.8 lease 60 pool-name dhcpServerProfile

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.

2.13.3 show dhcps pool

Command

show dhcps pool poolname


Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

poolname: The name of the address pool, optional parameter

Description

Show the DHCP address pool

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# show dhcps pool dhcpServerProfile

DHCP server pool [dhcpServerProfile]

---------------------------------------------

Start Ip : 192.168.100.100

End IP : 192.168.100.200

NetMask : 255.255.255.0

Gateway : 192.168.100.254

Primary DNS : 8.8.8.8

Backup DNS :

Lease Time : 60

---------------------------------------------

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.

2.13.4 no dhcps pool

Command

no dhcps pool poolname

Configuration Mode

Configuration view
Parameters

poolname: The name of the address pool

Description

Delete the DHCP address pool

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# no dhcps pool dhcpServerProfile

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.

2.14 PPPOE Client

2.14.1 pppoe-client

Command

pppoe-client username password

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

username: The user name used by dialing

password: The password used by dialing

Description

Add the PPPoE client

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# pppoe-client user1 pass1

Config pppoe user[user1] pwd[pass1] success

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.
2.14.2 no pppoe

Command

no pppoe pppoename

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

pppoename: The client name

Description

Delete the PPPoE client

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# no pppoe PPPoE_CLIENT_PROFILE

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.

2.14.3 show pppoe

Command

show pppoe pppoename

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

pppoename: The client name

Description

Show the configuration of the specified pppoe client

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# show pppoe PPPoE_CLIENT_PROFILE


PPPOE [PPPoE_CLIENT_PROFILE]

---------------------------------------------

Username : user1

Userpassword : pass1

Idletime : 0

---------------------------------------------

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.

2.15 NAT Service Configuration

2.15.1 nat add dhcp

Command

nat add dhcp ip-addr/mask [dhcps profname]

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

ip-addr/mask: The subnet address and mask length

profname: dhcp service name

Description

Add the NAT service of the dhcp mode

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# nat add dhcp 100.1.1.1/24 dhcps dhcpServerProfile

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.
2.15.2 nat add pppoe

Command

nat add pppoe profname ip-addr/mask [dhcps profname]

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

ip-addr/mask: The subnet address and mask length

profname: pppoe service name

Description

Add the NAT service of the pppoe mode

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# nat add pppoe test 2.2.2.2/24

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.

2.15.3 nat add static

Command

nat add static ip-addr/mask ip-addr/mask gw ip-addr dns ip-addr [dns ip-addr] [dhcps profname]

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

ip-addr/mask: The subnet address and mask length

gw:The gateway address

ip-addr: dns address

profname: dhcp server name


Description

Add the static NAT service

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# nat add static 200.1.1.2/24 201.1.1.1/24 gw 200.1.1.1 dns 114.114.114.114

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.

2.15.4 no nat

Command

no nat

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

no

Description

Delete the NAT service

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# no nat

Note: The command is valid only in the fat AP mode and fit AP route mode.
2.16 IPv4 Route

2.16.1 route

Command

route dst-addr mask next-hop metric

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

dst-addr: The destination address

mask: The subnet mask of the destination address

next-hop: The next-hop address

metric: The hops

Description

Add the static route

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# route 192.168.201.100 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.10 100

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.16.2 no route

Command

no route dst-addr mask

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

dst-addr: The destination address

mask: The subnet mask of the destination address


Description

Delete one static route

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# no route 192.168.201.100 255.255.255.0

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.16.3 show route

Command

show route

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

no

Description

Show the static route

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# show route

+----------------------------------------------------------------+

| Destination | Gateway | Genmask | Metric |

+----------------------------------------------------------------+

+----------------------------------------------------------------+

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.


2.17 Wireless Setting

2.17.1 apply wireless-configuration

Command

apply wireless-configuration

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

no

Description

Apply the wireless configuration

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# apply wireless-configuration

Apply wireless configurations success

admin(config)#

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.17.2 show interface radio

Command

show interface radio {all|id}

Configuration Mode

Enable view

Parameters

id: The radio frequency ID


Description

Show the radio frequency configuration parameter

Example

admin# show interface radio 1

Radio [1] configuration

---------------------------------------------

Switch : ENABLE

Radio Type : 11BGN

Channel : 11

Band : 2.4G

11N Only : DISABLE

TX Power : 17

A-MPDU : ENABLE

A-MSDU : ENABLE

ShortGI : ENABLE

Preamble : long

FragThreshold: 2346

RtsThreshold : 2347

DTIM period : 3

Beacon period: 100

Country : CN

TX Distance : < 5KM

WEP key 1 : 12345

WEP key 2 : 12345

WEP key 3 : 12345

WEP key 4 : 12345


WMM : ENABLE

11bg basic rates: 2 4 11 22 108

11bg rates: 12 18 24 36 48 72 96

Mand MCS : 0

Support MCS : 16

WLAN MAP:

WLAN_ID SERVICE_NAME

1 management

2 WA2600

---------------------------------------------

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18 interface radio

2.18.1 Radio Frequency

Command

interface radio id

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

id: The radio frequency ID

Description

Enter the radio frequency configuration view, configure the radio frequency parameters

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1


admin(interface-radio)#

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.2 a-mpdu

Command

a-msdu {on|off}

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

on: Enable A-MPDU

off: Disable A-MPDU

Description

Enable or disable A-MPDU

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# a-mpdu on

Set radio [1] A-MPDU switch success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.3 a-msdu

Command

a-msdu {on|off}

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

on: Enable A-MSDU


off: Disable A-MSDU

Description

Enable or disable A-MSDU

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# a-msdu on

Set radio [1] A-MSDU switch success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.4 add wlan

Command

add wlan ifname [wlanname]

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

ifname: WLAN service profile name

wlanname: The wireless name

Description

Apply one created WLAN service profile to one VLAN of Radio

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# exit

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# add wlan wlan1

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.


2.18.5 bandwidth

Command

bandwidth {20|40}

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

20: 20MHz

40: 20/40MHZ

Description

Set the channel bandwidth

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# bandwidth 40

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.6 beacon-period

Command

beacon-period time

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

time: beacon frame interval, the range is 1-65535

Description

Set the beacon frame interval


Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# beacon-period 200

Set radio [1] beacon period [200] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.7 channel

Command

channel channel

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

channel: The channel

Description

Set the work channel of the radio frequency

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# channel 11

Set radio [1] channel [11] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.8 del wlan

Command

del wlan ifname


Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

ifname: WLAN profile name

Description

Delere the bound WLAN service profile of one WLAN on radio

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# del wlan wlan1

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.9 frag-threshold

Command

frag-threshold size

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

size: The fragment threshold, the range is 256-2346

Description

Set the fragment threshold

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# frag-threshold 500

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.


2.18.10 freq-band

Command

freq-band {2.4G|5.8G}

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

2.4G/5.8G: Set the radio frequency band

Description

Set the radio frequency band of the device

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# freq-band 2.4G

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.11 no shutdown

Command

no shutdown

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

After configuration, you need to execute the apply command in the configuraton view.

Description

Configure the radio frequency status as enable


Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# no shutdown

No shutdown radio [1] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.12 radar-evade

Command

radar-evade {on|off}

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

on: Enable the radar evasion function

off: Disable the radar evasion function

Description

Enable or disable the radar evasion function

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 2

admin(interface-radio)# radar-evade on

Evade radar set switch on for radio 2, The old switch status is off!

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.


2.18.13 radio-type

Command

radio-type radio-type {11a|11ac|11an|11b|11bg|11bgn|11g}

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

11a: ieee802.11a mode

11ac: ieee802.11ac mode

11an: ieee802.11an mode

11b: ieee802.11b mode

11bg: ieee802.11bg mode

11bgn: ieee802.11bgn mode

11g: ieee802.11g mode

Description

Set the wireless mode

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# radio-type 11bgn

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.14 rssi limit

Command

rssi limit rssi


Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

rssi: The access signal strength, the range is -90~-30

Description

Set the STA access signal strength control

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# rssi limit -80

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.15 rts-threshold

Command

rts-threshold size

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

size: RTS threshold, the range is 257-2347

Description

Set the RTS threshold

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# rts-threshold 600

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.


2.18.16 short-gi

Command

short-gi {on|off}

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

on: enable shortGI

off: disable shortGI

Description

Enable or disable the shortGI function

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# short-gi on

Set radio [1] shortGI [on] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.17 shutdown

Command

shutdown

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

no
Description

Configure the radio frequency status as disable

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# shutdown

Shutdown radio [1] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.18 tx-power

Command

tx-power txpower

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

txpower: The transmit power, the parameter is limited by the product type

Description

Set RF transmit power

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# tx-power 10

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.


2.18.19 wmm

Command

wmm {on|off}

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

on: enable WMM

off: disable WMM

Description

Enable or disable WMM

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# wmm on

Set radio [1] WMM [on] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.20 show

Command

show

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

no
Description

Show the current RF configuration information

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# show

Radio [1] configuration

---------------------------------------------

Switch : ENABLE

Radio Type : 11BGN

Channel : 11

Band : 2.4G

11N Only : ENABLE

TX Power : 0

A-MPDU : ENABLE

A-MSDU : ENABLE

ShortGI : ENABLE

Preamble : short

FragThreshold: 500

RtsThreshold : 600

DTIM period : 200

Beacon period: 200

Country : US

TX Distance : < 5KM

WEP key 1 : 12345

WEP key 2 : 12345


WEP key 3 : 12345

WEP key 4 : 12345

WMM : ENABLE

11bg basic rates: 2 4 11 22 108

11bg rates: 12 18 24 36 48 72 96

Mand MCS : 0

Support MCS : 16

WLAN MAP:

WLAN_ID SERVICE_NAME

1 management

2 WA2600

---------------------------------------------

2.18.21 wds-client

Command

wds-client ifname [root-mac mac-addr]

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

ifname: WLAN service profile name

mac-addr: The MAC address of the root AP

Description

In the client mode, configure the wlan service and MAC address of the root AP on the radio

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1


admin(config)# interface wlan wlan2

admin(interface-wlan)# mode wds-sta

Set WLAN mode [wds-sta] success

admin(interface-wlan)# exit

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# wds-client wlan2

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.18.22 wds-root

Command

wds-root ifname

Configuration Mode

RF configuration view

Parameters

ifname: WLAN service profile name

Description

In the root mode, configure the wlan service on the radio

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface radio 1

admin(interface-radio)# wds-root wlan1

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.


2.19 WLAN Service

2.19.1 interface wlan

Command

interface wlan ifname

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

Ifname: The name of the WLAN service profile, it cannot be repeated

Description

Add or modify the WLAN service profile, and enter the WLAN service profile configuration view

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan3

admin(interface-wlan)#

2.19.2 no interface wlan

Command

no interface wlan ifname

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

ifname: WLAN service profile name

Description

Delete the WLAN service profile


Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# no interface wlan wlan3

Delete wlan service [wlan3] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.3 show interface wlan

Command

show interface wlan [ifname]

Configuration Mode

Enable view

Parameters

ifname: WLAN service profile name

Description

Show the names of all WLAN service profiles

Example

admin# show interface wlan wlan1

WLAN service [wlan1]

---------------------------------------------

Service ID : 3

SSID : WA2600

Mode : AP

SSID broadcast : ENABLE

User isolation : DISABLE

WMF : ENABLE

Max users : 128


VLAN : 1

Auth type : open

Portal : DISABLE

Encrypt type : none

Active key : 1

PSK phrases : 12345678

Radius:

ip :

port : 1812

key : 12345678

Acct Port : 1813

Acct Ival : 30

ACL : DISABLE

ACL mode : deny

---------------------------------------------

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.4 802.1q-priority

Command

802.1q-priority id

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

id: 802.1Q priority, the range is 0-7

Description

Set the 802.1Q priority


Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan3

admin(interface-wlan)# 802.1q-priority 7

Set 802.1Q priority [7] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.5 acl

Command

acl {enable|disable}

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the wireless ACL

disable: Disable the wireless ACL

Description

Enable or disable the wireless ACL function

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# acl enable

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.


2.19.6 acl access-mode

Command

acl access-mode {allow|deny}

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

allow: Permit access

deny: Prohibit access

Description

Set the wireless ACL filter mode

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# acl access-mode allow

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.7 acl mac

Command

acl mac mac-addr

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

mac-addr: MAC address

Description

Add the wireless ACL black/white list


Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# acl mac 00:11:22:33:44:55

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.8 auth-type

Command

auth-type {open|wpa-psk|wpa2-psk|wpa-psk-auto}

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

open: The open mode

wpa-psk: WPA-PSK

wpa2-psk: WPA2-PSK

wpa-psk-auto: wpa-psk/wpa2-psk auto match

Description

Set the authentication mode

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# auth-type open

Set auth type [open] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.


2.19.9 encrypt-type

Command

encrypt-type {none|aes|tkip|auto}

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

none: no encryption

aes: CCMP encryption

tkip: TKIP encryption

auto: CCMP/TKIP auto match

Description

Set the encryption mode

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# encrypt-type none

Set encrypt type [none] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.10 hidden-ssid

Command

hidden-ssid {on|off}

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view


Parameters

on: Hide SSID

off: Broadcast SSID

Description

Whether to hide SSID

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# hidden-ssid on

Set SSID broadcast [on] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.11 max-users

Command

max-users count

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

count: The maximum associated users, the range is 1-128

Description

Set the maximum associated users

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# max-users 128

Set max users [128] on wlan success


Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.12 no acl mac

Command

no acl mac mac-addr

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

mac-addr: MAC address

Description

Delete the wireless ACL black/white list

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# no acl mac 00:11:22:33:44:55

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.13 show

Command

show

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

no
Description

Show the wlan configuration

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# show

WLAN service [wlan1]

---------------------------------------------

Service ID : 3

SSID : WA2600

Mode : AP

SSID broadcast : DISABLE

User isolation : DISABLE

WMF : ENABLE

Max users : 128

VLAN : 1

Auth type : open

Portal : DISABLE

Encrypt type : none

Active key : 1

PSK phrases : 12345678

Radius:

ip : 5.5.5.5

port : 1812

key : 123

Acct Port : 1813


Acct Ival : 60

ACL : ENABLE

ACL mode : allow

---------------------------------------------

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.14 ssid

Command

ssid ssid

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

ssid: The SSID name of the wlan service

Description

Configure SSID

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# ssid ssid-test

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.15 user-isolation

Command

user-isolation {on|off}
Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

on: Enable the user isolation

off: Disable the user isolation

Description

Enable or disable the user isolation function

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# user-isolation off

Set user isolate [off] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.16 vlan

Command

vlan id

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

id: VLAN ID,the range is 1-4094

Description

Configure the VLAN of the WLAN

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1


admin(interface-wlan)# vlan 1

Set VLAN [1] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.17 wmf

Command

wmf {on|off}

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

on: Enable wmf

off: Disable wmf

Description

WMF switch

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# wmf on

Set WMF on wlan success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.18 wpa-psk

Command

wpa-psk phrases
Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

phrases: The Key phrase

Description

Set the wpa-psk password

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# wpa-psk 12345678

Set WPA PSK phrases [12345678] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.19 wpa2-psk

Command

wpa2-psk phrases

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

phrases: The key phrase

Description

Set the wpa2-psk password

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# wpa2-psk 12345678


Set WPA PSK phrases [12345678] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.19.20 wpa-psk-auto

Command

wpa-psk-auto phrases

Configuration Mode

WLAN configuration view

Parameters

phrases: The key phrase

Description

Set the wpa-psk-auto password

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# interface wlan wlan1

admin(interface-wlan)# wpa-psk-auto 12345678

Set WPA PSK phrases [12345678] success

Note: The command is valid in the fat AP mode.

2.20 Bluebooth Setting

2.20.1 bluetooth

Command

bluetooth {enable|disable}
Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the Bluetooth setting

disable: Disable the Bluetooth setting

Description

Configure the Bluetooth function switch

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# bluetooth enable

Note: You can configure the Bluetooth function only after disconnecting the physical serial port.

2.20.2 bluetooth password

Command

bluetooth password password

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

password: The password

Description

Modify the Bluetooth password

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# bluetooth password 123456

Note: You can modify the Bluetooth password only after disconnecting the physical serial port.
2.20.3 bluetooth status

Command

bluetooth status

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

no

Description

Show the Bluetooth information

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# bluetooth status

Firmware version:200.12.0.3, Compile Time:May 18 2017, 11:14:50

Configure SWITCH:off;NAME:BTU_V3_B03700;PASSWORD:123456

Chip address: 00017AB03700

Peer address: none

Note: You can show the Bluetooth information only after disconnecting the physical serial port.

2.20.4 bluetooth reset

Command

bluetooth reset

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

no
Description

Restart the Bluetooth

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# bluetooth reset

Reset bluetooth chip Successfully.

2.21 Optical Module Setting

2.21.1 sfp

Command

sfp {enable|disable}

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the optical module function

disable: Disable the optical module function

Description

Configure the optical module switch

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# sfp enable


2.21.2 show sfp

Command

show sfp

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no

Description

Show the enable status of the optical module function

Example

admin# show sfp

sfp is on

2.21.3 show optical

Command

show optical

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no

Description

Show the optical module information

Example

admin# show optical

Device Name :SFP


Connector Name :LC

Encoding Code :8B/10B

Bit Rate :1.300GBd

Transmit Distance :10km(10000m, single)

Vendor OUI :00-00-00

Vendor Name :EOPTOLINK INC

Part Number :EOLSBI131210DIL

Revision Number :1.1

Serial Number :SGAK630002

Production Date :16/10/31(y/m/d)

Laser WaveLength :1310(nm)

Vendor Specific :0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

Monitor Parameters :

T - ThresHold, S - Status

Type Value Alarm-High(T/S) Alarm-Low(T/S) Warning-High(T/S)

Warning-Low(T/S)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Temperature(C) 31.917969 110.000000(N) -45.000000(N) 95.000000(N)

-42.000000(N)

.500000(N) 3.050000(N) 3.600000(N) 3.000000(N) 3--More--

.000000(N) 3.000000(N)0 80.000000(N) 2.000000(N) 70--More--

.999889(N) -22.006594(Y) -1.999706(N) -23.010300(Y) -2--More--

.999706(N) -8.999743(N)5 -1.000154(N) -10.000000(N) -1--More--

admin#
2.22 Nand Flash Setting

2.22.1 nand-storage-syslog

Command

nand-storage-syslog {enable|disable}

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the function of the Nand Flash storing the log

disable: Disable the function of the Nand Flash storing the log

Description

Configure the switch of the Nand Flash storing the log

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# nand-storage-syslog enable

2.22.2 recover nand

Command

recover nand

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

no

Description

Format Nand Flash


Example

admin(config)# recover nand

This command will earase the nand flash, you will lose all data in the nand flash and system will restart. are

you sure to do? [Y/N]

Note: After formatting Flash, you need to restart the device.

2.22.3 show nand-storage-syslog

Command

show nand-storage-syslog

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no

Description

Show the status of enabling the function of Nand Flash storing the log

Example

admin# show nand-storage-syslog

syslog save to nand flash is on

2.22.4 show storage

Command

show storage

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no
Description

Show the Nand Flash storage information

Example

admin# show storage

Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on

/dev/mtdblock7 4.2G 24.0M 4.1G 1% /tmp/nand/log

2.23 Advanced Setting

2.23.1 service fit-ap

Command

service fit-ap {enable|disable}

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the fit-ap service and enter the fit AP mode

disable: Disable the fit-ap service and enter the fat AP mode

Description

Switch between the fit AP and the fat AP

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# service fit-ap enable

switching AP mode requires reboot, do you want to switch? [Y/N]y


2.23.2 service scanap

Command

service scanap {enable|disable}

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the ap scan service

disable:Disable the ap scan service

Description

Enable ap scan discovering address service

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# service scanap enable

2.23.3 service ssh

Command

service ssh {enable|disable} [timeout time | security-mode {strict|loose}]

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the SSH server, and do not configure the other parameters; the default timeout is 300s, and
use the strict encryption algorithm by default

disable: Disable the SSH server

time: The timeout of the SSH service; if setting the timeout as 0, do not time out; the range of the timeout
is [0,30-3600]

strict: The SSH service connection uses the strict encryption algorithm
loose: The SSH service connection uses the loose encryption algorithm

Description

Configure the SSH service

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# service ssh enable

admin(config)#

2.23.4 service telnetd

Command

service telnetd {enable|disable} [timeout time]

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the telnet server, and do not configure the timeout parameter; by default, the timeout is
300s.

disable: Disable the telnet server

time:The telnet service timeout; if setting the timeout as 0, do not time out; the timeout range is [0,
30-3600]

Description

Configure the telnet service

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# service telnetd enable

admin(config)#
2.23.5 service watchdog

Command

service watchdog enable

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the watchdog service

Description

Enable the watchdog service

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# service watchdog enable

Enable watchdog success

2.23.6 service webservice

Command

service webservice enable

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the WEB service

Description

Enable the WEB service

Example

admin# configure terminal


admin(config)# service webservice enable

2.23.7 service secure-webservice

Command

service secure-webservice {enable | disable } [trans-protocol { loose | strict }]

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable the secure WEB service

disable: Disable the secure web service

strict: The web security service uses the strict encryption algorithm

loose: The web security service uses the loose encryption algorithm

Description

Enable the secure WEB service

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# service webservice enable

admin(config)# service secure-webservice enable

2.23.8 service message-log

Command

service message-log {enable|disable}

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

no
Description

Enable the service of recording the message

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# service message-log enable

2.23.9 service password level

Command

service password level [high|middle|low]

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

high: The level of the ap user password is high, the password needs to contain the four kinds of case letters,

numbers and special symbols, and the password length is 6-16.

middle: The level of the ap user password is middle, the password needs to contain any three kinds of case

letters, numbers and special symbols, and the password length is 6-16.

low: The level of the ap user password is low, the password needs to contain any two kinds of case letters,

numbers and special symbols, and the password length is 6-16.

Description

Set the login password level of the ap user

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# service password level high

2.23.10 remote

Command

remote {http|https} {on|off} [port port]


Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

http: Configure the remote http access

https: Configure the remote https access

on: Configure enabling the corresponding service

off: Configure disabling the corresponding service

port: Configure the access port, the range is 1025-65535

Description

Configure the remote web service

Example

admin# configure terminal

admin(config)# remote http on port 8080

2.23.11 mwo

Command

mwo {enable|disable}

Configuration Mode

Configuration view

Parameters

enable: Enable mwo

disable: Disable mwo

Description

Disable or enable the detection function for microwave interference during RF protection.

Example

admin# mwo enable

Note: The command is valid only in the fit AP mode.


2.23.12 show mwo

Command

show mwo

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no

Description

Show the status of enabling the detection function for the microwave interference during RF protection

Example

admin# show mwo

Note: The command is valid only in the fit AP mode.

2.23.13 show stm8

Command

show stm8

Configuration Mode

enable mode

Parameters

no

Description

Show the SCM information

Example

admin# show stm8

---------stm8Show: len(46)---------

0x32 0x30 0x30 0x2e 0x31 0x30 0x2e 0x31 0x2e 0x30
0x34 0x2d 0x4d 0x61 0x79 0x20 0x32 0x33 0x20 0x32

0x30 0x31 0x37 0x0 0x90 0xae 0x8f 0x4 0x20 0xa

0x93 0x1c 0xaa 0x1 0xf6 0xfb 0xa 0x0 0x0 0x0

0xd8 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0

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version : 200.10.1.04-May 23 2017

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