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Cisco Edge 340 Series Software
Configuration Guide, Release 1.0
November 27, 2013
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    Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 November 27, 2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. www.cisco.com Cisco has more than 200 offices worldwide. Addresses, phone numbers, and fax numbers are listed on the Cisco website at www.cisco.com/go/offices. Text Part Number: OL-29491-01...

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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Commands 2-85 Configuring the Web GUI C H A P T E R Logging In to the Web GUI Language Setting System Configuration Configuring Basic Information Configuring Account Information Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Set NTP Server Get NTP Server Get Bluetooth Status Set Bluetooth Status Get Time Zone Set Time Zone Get Auto-Login Status Set Auto-Login Set Time Get Time Repository List All Repository Files Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Get IPv4 4-13 Get IPv6 4-13 Set IPv4 4-13 Set IPv6 4-13 Set Address4 4-14 Set Address6 4-14 Set Gateway4 4-14 Set Gateway6 4-14 Set DNS4 4-15 Set DNS6 4-15 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Get AMSDU 4-23 Set AMSDU 4-23 Set Auto Block Ack 4-24 Get Auto Block Ack 4-24 Set Disallow TKIP 4-24 Get Disallow TKIP 4-25 Set authMode 4-25 Get authMode 4-25 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Get Package Aggregation 4-33 Set Package Aggregation 4-34 Get Country Code 4-34 Set Country Code 4-34 Get WMM Capable 4-34 Set WMM Capable 4-35 Get APSD Capable 4-35 Set APSD Capable 4-35 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Get WiFi CA Certificate of the Connection 4-45 Set WiFi Client CA Certificate of the Connection 4-46 Get WiFi Client CA Certificate of the Connection 4-46 Set WiFi Client Connection Phase1 Fast Provisioning 4-46 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 viii OL-29491-01...

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    Get Wifi Client wep-key1 4-55 Set WiFi Client wep-key2 4-55 Get WiFi Client wep-key2 4-55 Set WiFi Client wep-key3 4-55 Get WiFi Client wep-key3 4-55 Set WiFi Client wep-key-type 4-56 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Get Motherboard Assembly Number 4-64 Get Motherboard Serial Number 4-64 Get Motherboard Revision Number 4-64 Get Model Number 4-65 Get System Serial Number 4-65 Get Model Revision Number 4-65 Get Version ID 4-65 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Connection Status Not Refreshed in the WiFi Station Mode Wake On LAN Not Effective DNS Not Parsed Third-Party Device Cannot be Connected Power Issues Power Shortage of Peripheral Equipment USB Ports on the Rear Panel Not Working Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 12: Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release

    Contents Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    This document describes how to configure the Cisco Edge 340 Series in your network. This guide does not describe how to install the Cisco Edge 340 Series. For information about how to install the Cisco Edge 340 Series, see the hardware installation guide pertaining to your device.

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    What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html. Subscribe to What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation, which lists all new and revised Cisco technical documentation, as an RSS feed and deliver content directly to your desktop using a reader application. The RSS feeds are a free service.

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    • In the digital media signage solution, the Cisco Edge 340 Series device acts as a Digital Media Player (DMP) to provide the functions of both video and audio player. Additionally, it also provides high computing capability and local storage for the content.

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    HTTP API Local CLI—CLISH You can use CLISH to configure the Cisco Edge 340 Series that is used for the local CLI configuration. The CLI uses only those commands that are specific to the Cisco Edge 340 Series. Although the syntax is similar to the Cisco IOS CLI, the commands are incompatible with Cisco IOS commands.

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    When you execute the self-extract installer, the installation-related files are extracted to the hard drive of the Cisco Edge 340 Series, and a livecd is created in the internal USB. The system then boots from the internal USB (also known as the factory mode) and performs the installation automatically.

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    Chapter 1 Cisco Edge 340 Series Overview System Installation and Upgrade Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Cisco IOS CLI, these commands are incompatible with Cisco IOS commands. You can use CLISH in two modes: User mode—When you log in to the Cisco Edge 340 Series as an ordinary user, you enter the user •...

  • Page 20: Chapter 2 Configuring Local Cli - Clish

    Configuring Local CLI - CLISH Configuration Guidelines If you log in to the Cisco Edge 340 Series as ordinary user, and you want to enter CLISH as the Note root user, use the Linux command su -, where - means to switch ordinary user to root user, and use the environment variables of root.

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    CLISH functional structure. Figure 2-1 Logic Sequence of the CLISH Functional Structure Global Clish Configuration Mode System Configuration Mode Ethernet WiFi AP SSID Interface Interface Configuration Configuration Configuration Mode Mode Mode Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 22: Command Reference

    Shows the descriptions of the interactive help system. ping Diagnoses basic network connectivity, and verifies if the remote device is reachable. show Shows running system information. traceroute Prints the route packets trace to the network host. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 23: User Configuration Mode Commands

    To enter the global configuration mode, use the enable command in the user configuration mode. enable Command Modes User configuration Usage Guidelines Use the enable command and enter the password of the root user to switch to the global configuration mode. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    User configuration Global configuration System configuration Ethernet interface configuration WiFi AP interface configuration SSID configuration Usage Guidelines Use exit to leave a configuration mode and return to the previous configuration mode. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    The help command displays a list of available commands, along with a brief description of each. To display additional details for a specific command, enter the command name followed by the -? option. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Configuring Local CLI - CLISH ping ping To diagnose basic network connectivity on a Cisco Edge 340 Series device, use the ping command in the user configuration mode or the global configuration mode. ping {[ip | ipv6 | arp] hostname | ip_address}...

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    By default, to invoke the escape sequence, simultaneously press and release the Ctrl, Shift, and 6 keys, and then press the X key. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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    Table 2-2 Global Configuration Mode Commands Command Function configure terminal Starts the Cisco Edge configuration file, and enters the global configuration mode. copy running-config Saves the running configuration as the startup configuration file. startup-config exit Exits the global configuration mode.

  • Page 29: Global Configuration Mode Commands

    Configuring Local CLI - CLISH configure terminal configure terminal To enter the global configuration mode, use the configure terminal in the global configuration mode. configure terminal Command Modes Global configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-11 OL-29491-01...

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    To save the running configuration as the startup configuration file, use the copy running-config startup-config command in the global configuration mode. copy running-config startup-config Command Modes Global configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-12 OL-29491-01...

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    You can export a configuration file to either a USB or a local directory. If you choose to export a configuration file to the USB, the configuration is automatically detected, mounted, and exported to the USB. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-13 OL-29491-01...

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    You can import a configuration file from either a USB or a local directory. If you choose to import a configuration file from a USB, the configuration is automatically detected, mounted, and imported from the USB. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-14 OL-29491-01...

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH reboot reboot To halt and perform a cold restart, use the reboot command in the global configuration mode. reboot Command Modes Global configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-15 OL-29491-01...

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH restore restore To restore default factory configuration, use the restore command in the global configuration mode. restore factory-default Command Modes Global configuration mode Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-16 OL-29491-01...

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH show show To display running system information, use the show command in the global configuration mode. show Command Modes User configuration Global configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-17 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 36: System Configuration Mode Commands

    Configures the SSID name and enters the SSID configuration mode to configure the security settings for the access point. Configures VGA resolution and rotation. wifi-mode Sets the WiFi mode. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-18 OL-29491-01...

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    {enable | disable} Syntax Description enable Enables auto login to the system. disable Disables auto login to the system. Command Default Auto login is disabled. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-19 OL-29491-01...

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH bluetooth bluetooth To enable or disable bluetooth on the Cisco Edge 340 Series device, use the bluetooth command in the system configuration mode. bluetooth {on | off} Command Default Bluetooth is on. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0...

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    To set the time zone for display purposes, use the clock command in the system configuration mode. clock timezone timezone Syntax Description timezone Continent or ocean. Valid values are Africa, America, Antarctica, Arctic, Asia, Atlantic, Australia, Europe, Indian, Mideast, and Pacific. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-21 OL-29491-01...

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    Selects monitor type, either HDMI or VGA. relation type Configures relation between the two monitors. Valid values are same-as, right, left, below, and above. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-22 OL-29491-01...

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    Use this command to execute user configuration or global configuration commands (such as show, copy, and export) while configuring your routing device. After the command is executed, the system will return to the configuration mode that you were using. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-23 OL-29491-01...

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    Resolution that you want to set, in the form xx@yy. rotation_value Rotation that you want to set. Valid values are normal, right, inverted, and left. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-24 OL-29491-01...

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH hostname hostname To configure the hostname of the Cisco Edge 340 Series device, use the hostname command in the system configuration mode. hostname name Syntax Description name Name that you assign to the device.

  • Page 44: Ethernet Interface Configuration Mode Commands

    Ethernet interface configuration mode or the WiFi AP interface configuration mode. Table 2-4 on page 2-37 lists the Ethernet interface configuration mode commands. Table 2-5 on page 2-46 lists the WiFi AP interface configuration mode commands. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-26 OL-29491-01...

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    Language for the device. Valid values are zh_CH.utf8, en_US.utf8, ko_KR.utf8, and ja_JP.utf8. Command Default The default is English (en_US.utf8). Command Modes System configuration Usage Guidelines Changing the language requires a reboot. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-27 OL-29491-01...

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    Syntax Description size value Sets the log size. Default unit is MB. The valid range is from 1 to 10000. Default is 10 MB. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-28 OL-29491-01...

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    Syntax Description type Sets the monitor type. hdmi Sets the monitor type to HDMI. Sets the monitor type to VGA. Enables the monitor. Disables the monitor. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-29 OL-29491-01...

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    Configuring Local CLI - CLISH To remove the configuration for a command or set the command to default, use the no command in the system configuration mode. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-30 OL-29491-01...

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH To configure the Network Time Protocol (NTP) server that is used by the Cisco Edge 340 Series device, use the ntp command in the system configuration mode. ntp {refresh {on | off} | server ip_address}...

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    (optional) Type of proxy server. Valid values are no_for, all, http, ftp, and https. port port_number (optional) Specifies the proxy port number. The range is from 0 to 65535. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-32 OL-29491-01...

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    To configure a Secure Shell (SSH) user, use the ssh command in the system configuration mode. ssh {add user | delete user} Syntax Description add user Adds an SSH user. delete user Deletes an SSH user. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-33 OL-29491-01...

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    The default SSID name is CISCO_EDGE. Command Modes System configuration Related Commands Use the exit command to leave the SSID configuration mode. Table 2-6 on page 2-77 lists the SSID configuration mode commands. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-34 OL-29491-01...

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    Resolution that you want to set, in the form xx@yy. rotation Rotation that you want to set. Valid values are normal, right, inverted, and left. Command Modes System configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-35 OL-29491-01...

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH wifi-mode wifi-mode To set the WiFi mode of the Cisco Edge 340 Series device, use the wifi-mode command in the global configuration mode. wifi-mode {ap | client | off} Syntax Description Sets the WiFi mode to access point (AP) after reboot.

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    Configures the IPv6 address of an interface. ipv6 default-gateway Configures the IPv6 default gateway. ipv6 name-server Configures the IPv6 DNS server. speed Configures the speed for the GE interface. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-37 OL-29491-01...

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    {auto | half | full} Syntax Description auto Configures automatic duplex mode sensing. half Configures half-duplex mode. full Configures full-duplex mode. Defaults The default is automatic duplex mode sensing. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-38 OL-29491-01...

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    {dhcp | ip_address} Syntax Description dhcp IP address negotiated through the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). ip_address IP address of the interface. Command Default The default is dhcp. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-39 OL-29491-01...

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    To set the IPv6 address for an interface, use the ipv6 address command in the Ethernet interface configuration mode. ipv6 address {dhcp | ipv6_address} Syntax Description dhcp IPv6 address negotiated through DHCP. ipv6_address IPv6 address of the interface. Command Default The default is dhcp. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-40 OL-29491-01...

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH ip default-gateway ip default-gateway To specify the default gateway for the Cisco Edge 340 Series device, use the ip default-gateway command in the Ethernet interface configuration mode. ip default-gateway ip_address Syntax Description ip_address IP address of the default gateway.

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH ipv6 default-gateway ipv6 default-gateway To specify the IPv6 default gateway for the Cisco Edge 340 Series device, use the ipv6 default-gateway command in the Ethernet interface configuration mode. ipv6 default-gateway ipv6_address Syntax Description ip_address IPv6 address of the default gateway.

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    To specify the Domain Name System (DNS) server, use the ip name-server command in the Ethernet interface configuration mode. ip name-server ip_address Syntax Description ip_address IP address of the DNS server. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-43 OL-29491-01...

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    To specify the IPv6 DNS server, use the ipv6 name-server command in the Ethernet interface configuration mode. ipv6 name-server ipv6_address Syntax Description ip_address IPv6 address of the DNS server. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-44 OL-29491-01...

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    Syntax Description auto Configures automatic speed sensing. Configures 10 Mbps speed. Configures 100 Mbps speed. 1000 Configures 1000 Mbps speed and full-duplex mode. Command Default The default is auto. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-45 OL-29491-01...

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    802.11n mode. packet aggregation Configures Aggregate MAC Service Data Unit (A-MSDU) packet aggregation when an access point functions in the 802.11n mode or the 802.11n mixed mode. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-46 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 65: Wifi Ap Interface Configuration Mode Commands

    Configures the power at which an access point radio transmits its wireless signal. wireless-mode Configures the 802.11 wireless mode for an access point. Configures Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) for an access point. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-47 OL-29491-01...

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    To enable or disable MAC Service Data Unit (MSDU) aggregation, use the aggregation-msdu command in the WiFi AP interface configuration mode. aggregation-msdu {on | off} Syntax Description Enables aggregation MSDU. Disables aggregation MSDU. Command Modes WiFi AP interface configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-48 OL-29491-01...

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    Disables wireless separation. Wireless clients that are connected to the same SSID can communicate with each other. Command Default Wireless separation is disabled. Related Commands WiFi AP interface configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-49 OL-29491-01...

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    WMM power save mode is disabled. Command Modes WiFi AP interface configuration Usage Guidelines You can configure the apsd command only when the WMM is enabled. Related Commands Use the command to enable WMM. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-50 OL-29491-01...

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    To configure auto block, use the auto-block command in the WiFi AP interface configuration mode. auto-block {on | off} Syntax Description Enables auto block. Disables auto block. Related Commands WiFi AP interface configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-51 OL-29491-01...

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    {on | off} Syntax Description Enables the task of declining a BA request. Disables the task of declining a BA request. Command Modes WiFi AP interface configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-52 OL-29491-01...

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    Configure a short interval to: • Minimize the discovery time for clients and improve the roaming efficiency • Decrease an access point’s throughput performance. • Increase the power consumption of clients. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-53 OL-29491-01...

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    The default is automatic selection of CTS-to-self protection. Command Modes WiFi AP interface configuration Usage Guidelines CTS-to-self protection minimizes collisions among clients in a mixed mode environment, but reduces throughput performance. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-54 OL-29491-01...

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    A 40-MHz channel provides a higher throughput performance for 802.11n clients. 802.11b and 802.11g clients can function only with a 20-MHz channel. Related Commands The setting of the channel bandwidth command affects the options for the command. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-55 OL-29491-01...

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    If you have to change the channel number, use the following numbers based on your location: China and Europe: 1 to 13 • America: 1 to 11 • Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-56 OL-29491-01...

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    A short interval decreases the delivery time of multicast and broadcast traffic, but may increase power consumption by clients. Related Commands The setting of the beacon-interval command affects the data-beacon-rate command. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-57 OL-29491-01...

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    Related Commands Use the channel bandwidth command to configure the channel width. Use the channel number command to configure the main channel number. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-58 OL-29491-01...

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    To configure the Frag threshold, use the frag-threshold command in the WiFi AP interface configuration mode. frag-threshold value Syntax Description value Configures the Frag threshold value. The range is from 256 to 2346. Command Modes WiFi AP interface configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-59 OL-29491-01...

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    Use an 800-ns interval to minimize packet errors and multipath interference, but decrease the throughput performance for 802.11n clients. Related Commands The setting of the guard-interval command affects the options for the command. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-60 OL-29491-01...

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    WiFi AP interface configuration mode. igmp-snoop {on | off} Syntax Description IGMP snooping is on. IGMP snooping is off. Command Default IGMP snooping is off. Command Modes WiFi AP interface configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-61 OL-29491-01...

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    We recommend that you use automatic selection of the MCS index number. Change the MCS index to a fixed number only if the Received Signal Strength Indication (RSSI) for the clients in the network can support the selected MCS index number. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-62 OL-29491-01...

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    Related Commands The setting of the channel bandwidth command affects the options for the mcs command. The setting of the guard-interval command affects the options for the mcs command. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-63 OL-29491-01...

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    19.5 40.5 21 2/3 28 8/9 43 1/3 57 5/9 58.5 121.5 72 2/9 152.5 14 4/9 28 8/9 43 1/3 57 7/9 86 2/3 115 5/9 144 4/9 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-64 OL-29491-01...

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    Specifies Complementary Code Keying (CCK) (802.11b). Specifies Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) (802.11g). This is the default. Specifies HTMIX (802.11b/g/n). Command Default The default is 2. Command Modes WiFi AP interface configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-65 OL-29491-01...

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    802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n clients coexist in the same coverage area, packet collisions might occur. Use the mixed mode when 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n clients coexist in the same coverage area. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-66 OL-29491-01...

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    WiFi AP interface configuration Usage Guidelines Enable packet aggregration if network traffic consists primarily of data. Disable packet aggregration if network traffic consists primarily of voice, video, or other multimedia traffic. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-67 OL-29491-01...

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    When RDG is disabled, packets can be transmitted only in one direction during the channel transmission opportunity reservation. Enable RDG for better throughput performance of 802.11n traffic. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-68 OL-29491-01...

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    To configure the Request to Send (RTS) threshold, use the rts-threshold command in the WiFi AP interface configuration mode. rts-threshold value Syntax Description value Sets the RTS threshold. The range is from 1 to 2347. Command Modes WiFi AP interface configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-69 OL-29491-01...

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    WiFi AP interface configuration Usage Guidelines Enable the short-slot time for better throughput performance for 802.11g clients. If there are mostly 802.11b clients in the network, disable the short-slot time. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-70 OL-29491-01...

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    To configure the space time block coding (STBC), use the stbc command in the WiFi AP interface configuration mode. stbc {on | off} Syntax Description Enables STBC. Disables STBC. Related Commands WiFi AP interface configuration Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-71 OL-29491-01...

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    Tx burst is enabled. Command Modes WiFi AP interface configuration Usage Guidelines Leave Tx burst on for better throughput performance. Disable Tx burst if you notice wireless interference in the network. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-72 OL-29491-01...

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    WiFi AP interface configuration Usage Guidelines Use the long preamble setting for compatibility with legacy 802.11 systems operating at 1 and 2 Mb/s. Configure a short preamble setting to improve throughput performance. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-73 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 92

    For transmission of the wireless signal over a long distance, use the 100 percent setting. For transmission of the wireless signal over a short distance, for example, when all the clients are in a small room, lower the percentage. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-74 OL-29491-01...

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    802.11b/g/n mixed mode—Select this mode if you have devices in the network that support 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n. 802.11b/g mixed mode—Select this mode if you have devices in the network that support 802.11b and 802.11g. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-75 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 94

    WMM provides QoS for wireless traffic. If there is a lot of mixed media traffic (voice, video, data), enable WMM. Related Commands Use the apsd command to configure WMM power save mode. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-76 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 95

    Configures the name of a RADIUS server. wep-keyid Configures the Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption. Configuration for SSID will take effect after exiting the SSID configuring mode. Note Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-77 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 96: Ssid Configuration Mode

    Disable broadcast of the SSID for enhanced security. Only wireless clients who know the SSID can connect to the access point. Enable broadcast of the SSID for wider availability and easier access. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-78 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 97

    For shared access without encryption, the WEP hexadecimal number or passphrase is used only for authentication. For shared access with WEP encryption, the WEP hexadecimal number or passphrase is used for both authentication and encryption. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-79 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 98

    (open, shared, or WEP configuration) Examples This example shows how to configure shared authentication and WEP encryption, using key 3 and the passphrase 3uifsfis-_0r5: encryption mode shared type wep key 3 ascii 3uifsfis-_0r5 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-80 OL-29491-01...

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    Examples This example shows how to configure combined WPA and WPA2 authentication with combined TKIP and AES encryption, using the passphrase safE478_Ty33Yep-: encryption mode wpapskwpa2psk type tkipaes pass-phrase safE478_Ty33Yep- Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-81 OL-29491-01...

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    SSID configuration Examples This example shows how to configure combined WPA and WPA2 authentication with combined TKIP and AES encryption, using the 802.1x authentication method: encryption mode wpa1wpa2 type tkipaes Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-82 OL-29491-01...

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    The default value for secret is NULL. Command Modes SSID configuration Examples This example shows how to configure the related information of a RADIUS server: radius-server 192.168.1.1 auth-port 1812 key pass1234 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-83 OL-29491-01...

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    For example, the four groups of WEP password are cisco1, cisco2, cisco3, and cisco4. The command wep-keyid 3 means the password cisco3 will take effect. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-84 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 103: Show Commands

    VGA monitor. show vga current-resolution—Displays the current resolution of the connected VGA monitor. • show vga support-resolution—Displays the connected VGA monitor support resolution. • Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-85 OL-29491-01...

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    Chapter 2 Configuring Local CLI - CLISH wep-keyid Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 2-86 OL-29491-01...

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    C H A P T E R Configuring the Web GUI The web-based GUI is used to configure a Cisco Edge 340 Series device and monitor the status of the Cisco Edge 340 Series locally or remotely. To configure a Cisco Edge 340 Series device using the web-based GUI, follow the steps described in...

  • Page 106: Chapter 3 Configuring The Web Gui

    Logging In to the Web GUI Logging In to the Web GUI Access the web-based GUI at https://[Cisco Edge 340’s IP address] and log in to the web portal locally or remotely by entering the username admin and password of the admin account.

  • Page 107: System Configuration

    3-3). Click Apply to save the changes and Reset to restore the default values. Change of locale needs reboot of the device to take effect. Note Figure 3-3 Basic Information Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 108: Configuring Account Information

    No character in the new password should be repeated more than three times consecutively; The new password should be neither the same as the associated username, nor the reversed username. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 109: Configuring Resolution

    (Figure 3-5). Figure 3-5 Resolution Information The Cisco Edge 340 Series supports the use of VGA and HDMI output ports at the same time. When two monitors are connected, you will see the Dualscreen mode configuration displayed (Figure 3-6). Figure 3-6...

  • Page 110: Configuring Date And Time

    Dualscreen Mode Type Configuring Date and Time Click Date and Time in the left pane to configure the date and time information of the Cisco Edge 340 Series device. Choose the mode of configuring date and time: Automatically synchronize with NTP server or Step 1 Manually set time.

  • Page 111: Configuring Syslog

    GB as the unit. If you choose KB or MB, the log size value cannot be 0. Step 4 Click Apply to save the changes and Reset to restore the default values. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 112: Configuring Coredump

    In the Size field, enter the size of the core dump in the left column and choose the unit of the core dump size from the right drop-down list. Click Apply to save the changes and Reset to restore the default values. Step 3 Figure 3-10 Coredump Information Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 113: Network Configuration

    To enable the Wake on Lan function, select Manual from the Mode drop-down list, and Magic-Packet for the Wake on Lan drop-down list. Then you can configure the Speed and Duplex settings. See Figure 3-12. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 114

    To view and configure IPv6 address, netmask, gateway, and DNS for IPv6, choose Manual from the Mode drop-down list. The IPv6 settings screen is displayed (Figure 3-14). Figure 3-14 IPv6 Settings Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 3-10 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 115: Configuring Wireless Settings

    Chapter 3 Configuring the Web GUI Network Configuration Configuring Wireless Settings The Cisco Edge 340 Series device supports the following wireless modes: Access Point (AP)—A device that allows wireless devices to connect to a wired network using • Wi-Fi. •...

  • Page 116

    To add a wireless connection, follow these steps: Click in the Connections area. Step 1 The Add wireless connection screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-17. Step 2 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 3-12 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 117

    Step 1 Choose the wireless connection that you want to edit and click in the Connections area, the Edit wireless connection screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-19. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 3-13 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 118

    If you have entered incorrect settings information when you add or edit wireless connections, the message “ ” is Connection failed, please correct settings and click save to reconnect displayed in red. Correct the settings and click Save to connect the wireless network. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 3-14 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 119: Configuring Snmp

    @, #, $, %, ^, &, +, =, and _. The length of the password should be between 8 and 32 numbers. Step 5 Click Save to create the SNMP user. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 3-15 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 120: Configuring Vpn

    Select the SNMP user that you want to remove in the SNMP Users area. Step 1 Click in the SNMP Users area to remove the SNMP user. Step 2 Configuring VPN Cisco Edge 340 Series supports the following types of VPN connections: PPTP • IPSEC/L2TP/PSK • IPSEC/L2TP/RSA •...

  • Page 121

    In the Add VPN connection window, enter the name of the VPN connection that you want to add in the Name field. Step 5 Check the Connect automatically check box if you want the Cisco Edge 340 Series device to automatically connect to this VPN. Choose PPTF for the type of the VPN connection from the Type drop-down list:...

  • Page 122

    In the Add VPN connection window, enter the name of the VPN connection that you want to add in the Name field. Step 5 Check the Connect automatically check box if you want the Cisco Edge 340 Series device to automatically connect to this VPN. Choose IPSEC/L2TP/PSK for the type of the VPN connection from the Type drop-down list.

  • Page 123

    In the Add VPN connection window, enter the name of the VPN connection that you want to add in the Step 4 Name field. Check the Connect automatically check box if you want the Cisco Edge 340 Series device to Step 5 automatically connect to this VPN.

  • Page 124

    The VPN pane is updated to show the name and status of the new VPN connection. Figure 3-26 Add VPN Connection—IPSEC/L2TP/RSA Add a VPN connection of CISCO Type To add a VPN connection of CISCO type, follow these steps: Click VPN in the left pane under the Network tab. Step 1 Click in the right pane.

  • Page 125

    Step 4 Name field. Step 5 Check the Connect automatically check box if you want the Cisco Edge 340 Series device to automatically connect to this VPN. Step 6 Choose CISCO for the type of the VPN connection from the Type drop-down list.

  • Page 126: Edit A Vpn Connection

    Connections area, and click Connect a VPN Connection To connect a VPN connection, select the VPN connection that you want to connect from the connection list in the Connections area, and click Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 3-22 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 127: Monitor The Status Of Platform And Network

    Monitor the Status of Platform and Network Monitor the Status of Platform and Network You can monitor the status of the Cisco Edge 340 platform and the network using the Monitor tab. Figure 3-28 shows the Platform pane under the Monitor tab.

  • Page 128: Maintenance

    Figure 3-31. Figure 3-31 Configuration Archive Information To copy the configuration file from one Cisco Edge 340 Series device to another Cisco Edge 340 Series device, follow these steps: Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 3-24 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 129: Restart Or Reset

    Save the configuration file to another Cisco Edge 340 Series device by copying the configuration file Step 2 locally or remotely. Open the web GUI from the second Cisco Edge 340 Series device, and click Configuration archive in Step 3 the left pane under the Maintenance tab.

  • Page 130

    Chapter 3 Configuring the Web GUI Maintenance Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 3-26 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 131

    C H A P T E R Configuring HTTP API You can run an application either locally or remotely on the Cisco Edge 340 Series device to manage the device using the HTTP API. Management of the device consists of configuring the device, monitoring the status, and installing and upgrading software.

  • Page 132: Chapter 4 Configuring Http Api

    APIs. localhost is used as a sample IP address of the Note Cisco Edge 340 series, and cisco123! is used as a sample admin password. Set Account Example: set the password of root to cisco123! Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"account"...

  • Page 133: Get Storage

    The hostname must be a valid domain name. Get RPM Version Example: get RPM version of Python package Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/sys/rpmVersion/python Reply {"python":"2.7.3","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-08 11:56:24"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 134: Set Ntp Server

    Example: set bluetooth status to off Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"bluetooth" : "off"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/sys/bluetooth Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-10 15:04:57"} Parameter Restrictions The valid parameter is on or off. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 135: Get Time Zone

    Parameter Restrictions r is reported. Set Auto-Login Example: set Auto-Login to disable Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"autologin":"disable"}' https:// localhost /api/2.0/sys/autologin Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-10 15:05:54"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 136: Set Time

    Example: list all repository files that are being used Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/repository/reposList Reply {"reposList":"fedora-updates.repo fedora-updates-testing.repo google-chrome.repo fedora.repo","success":"true","getAt":"2013-08-14 14:29:28"} Set Repository Backup Example: set backup repository to a destination Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 137: Remove A Specified Repository File

    Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"updateAll":"/home/user/"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/repository/updateAll Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-08 13:14:51"} Core Dump Set Core Dump Limit Example: set core dump limit to unlimit Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 138: Get Core Dump Limit

    {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-08 13:14:51"} Get Core Dump Position Example: get core dump file position Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/coreDump/pos Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-08 13:14:51","pos":"/tmp"} Get Log Path Example: get log path Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 139: Set Log Path

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"level" : "info"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/log/level Reply {"level":"info","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-08 17:54:28"} Get Log Size Example: get log size Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/log/size Reply {"size":"5k","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-08 17:59:41"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 140: Set Log Size

    "1000"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/speed Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2012-11-08 09:37:31"} Parameter Restrictions Only 1000, 100, and 10 are valid parameters. Get Duplex Example: get duplex Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/duplex Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-10 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 141: Set Duplex

    Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/mac Reply {"mac":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-06-25 18:00:51"} Get Address4 Example: get address4 Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/address4 Reply {"address4":"10.140.28.90/255.255.255.0","success":"true","getAt":"2013-06-25 18:04:42"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-11 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 142: Get Address6

    Example: get gateway4 Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/gateway4 Reply {"gateway4":"10.140.28.1","success":"true","getAt":"2013-06-25 18:09:25"} Get Gateway6 Example: get gateway6 Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/gateway6 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-12 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 143: Get Ipv4

    "auto"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/ipv4 Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-15 15:07:03"} Set IPv6 Example: set IPv6 Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"ipv6" : "0"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/ipv6 Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-15 15:07:03"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-13 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 144: Set Address4

    : "10.0.0.1"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/gateway4 Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-15 15:07:03"} Set Gateway6 Example: set gateway4 Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{" gateway6" : "2001:2"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/gateway6 Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-15 15:07:03"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-14 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 145: Set Dns4

    -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/eth/run Reply {"run":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-06-25 18:00:51"} Issue a Command Reboot CE340 Example: reboot CE340 Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' httpss://10.140.44.134/api/1.0/cmd/reboot Reply {"reboot":"true","success":"true","getAt":"2012-11-12 05:10:43"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-15 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 146: Issue A Management Command

    {"3rdapp":"1.3.9.1","success":"true","getAt":"2012-11-12 05:56:39"} Get OS and Third-Party App Version Example: get OS version and third-party application version information Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' httpss://10.140.44.134/api/1.0/image Reply {"os":"1.3.9.1","3rdapp":"1.3.9.1","success":"true","getAt":"2012-11-12 08:18:58"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-16 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 147: Ap Information

    Only 0 or 1 is the valid value; otherwise, a 004 error is reported. Set SSID Hiding Status Example: set SSID hiding status Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"ssidHiding" : "0"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/ssidHiding Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-17 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 148: Get No Forwarding Status

    {"wirelessMode":"9","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-15 15:05:23"} Set Wireless Mode Example: set wireless mode to 9 Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"wirelessMode" : "9"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/wirelessMode Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"013-05-15 15:11:35"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-18 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 149: Set Channel Number

    36, 40, 44, 48 36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60, 64, 100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132, 136, 140, 149, 153, 157, 161, 165 52, 56, 60, 64 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-19 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 150: Get Channel Number

    Parameter Restrictions Valid parameters are 0 for mixed mode, and 1 for green field. Otherwise, a 004 error is reported. Set Channel Bandwidth Example: set channel bandwidth to 20 MHz Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-20 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 151: Get Channel Bandwidth

    Valid parameters are 0 for long guard interval (800 ns), and 1 for short guard interval (400 ns). Otherwise, a 004 error is reported. Get Guard Interval Example: get guard interval Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/guardInterval Reply {"guardInterval":"1","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-16 10:45:31"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-21 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 152

    Valid parameter is 0 for disable RDG (recommended), or 1 for enable RDG. Otherwise, a 004 error is reported. Get RDG Example: get rdg Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/rdg Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-22 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 153: Get Extension Channel

    Reply {"amsdu":"0","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-16 15:18:02"} Set AMSDU Example: set AMSDU to 0 Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"amsdu" : "0"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/amsdu Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-16 13:45:39"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-23 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 154: Set Auto Block Ack

    Parameter Restrictions Valid parameters are 0 and 1. Otherwise, a 004 error is reported. 0—Allow HT rate with TKIP, WEP cipher. • 1—Disallow HT rate with TKIP, WEP cipher. • Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-24 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 155: Get Disallow Tkip

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"mcastMcs" : "2"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/mcastMcs Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-23 16:50:51"} Parameter Restrictions Valid parameter is from 0 to 15. Otherwise, a 004 error is reported. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-25 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 156: Get Mcastmcs

    {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-22 13:26:04"} Get Encryption Type Example: get encryption type Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/encryptionType Reply {"encryptionType":"AES","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-22 13:19:39"} Set Encryption Type Example: set encryption type to WEP Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-26 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 157: Set Radius Server

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"radiusPort" : "8000"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/radiusPort Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-22 08:08:05"} Parameter Restrictions The port should be an interger in the range from 0 to 65535. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-27 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 158: Get Radius Port

    Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"ownIpAddr" : "192.168.1.2"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/ownIpAddr Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-22 08:08:05"} Parameter Restrictions The IP address must be a valid one. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-28 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 159: Get Own Ip Address

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"beaconPeriod" : "22"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/beaconPeriod Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2012-11-12 07:49:35"} Parameter Restrictions Only an interger in the range from 20 to 1000 is valid. Otherwise, a 004 error is reported. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-29 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 160: Get Beacon Period

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"fragThreshold" : "256"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/fragThreshold Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-22 08:08:05"} Parameter Restrictions The parameter must be an interger from 256 to 2346. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-30 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 161: Get Fragment Threshold

    -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/rtsThreshold Reply {"rtsThreshold":"2347","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-22 08:06:44"} Get TX Power Example: get TX power Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/txPower Reply {"txPower":"100","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-22 08:06:44"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-31 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 162: Set Tx Power

    The parameter must be an interger from 0 to 2. Get Short Slot Example: get short slot Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/shortSlot Reply {"shortSlot":"1","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-22 08:06:44"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-32 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 163: Set Short Slot

    -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/txBurst Reply {"txBurst":"1","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-22 08:06:44"} Get Package Aggregation Example: get package aggregation Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/pktAggregate Reply {"pktAggregate":"1","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-22 08:06:44"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-33 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 164: Set Package Aggregation

    The valid parameter must have only 2 characters, for example, TW for Taiwan. Get WMM Capable Example: get WMM capable Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/wmmCapable Reply {"wmmCapable":"0","success":"true","getAt":"2013-05-22 08:06:44"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-34 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 165: Set Wmm Capable

    Set IGMP SN Enable Example: set IGMP SN Enable to 0 Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"igmpSnEnable" : "0"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/ap/igmpSnEnable Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-05-22 08:08:05"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-35 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 166: Get Igmp Sn Enable

    Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/list/connection Reply {"connection":"blizzard","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-24 13:28:56"} Get WiFi Client AP Flags Example: get WiFi client ap flags, assuming that the ssid is blizzard Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-36 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 167: Get Wifi Client Ap Wpa Flags

    -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/ap/blizzard/frequency Reply {"frequency":"5745","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-24 16:29:18"} Get WiFi Client AP Max Bit Rate Example: get WiFi client ap max bit rate Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/ap/blizzard/maxbitrate Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-37 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 168: Get Wifi Client Ap Strength

    -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/ap/blizzard/activity Reply {"activity":"1","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-24 16:36:05"} Get WiFi Client AP BSSID Example: get WiFi client ap bssid Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/ap/blizzard/bssid Reply {"bssid":"0C:D9:96:76:5B:EF","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-24 16:40:47"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-38 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 169: Get Wifi Client Ap Channel

    Example: get WiFi client information of current connection Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/active/connection Reply {"connection":"ssid=CMCC\nmode=infrastructure\n...","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-24 16:40:47"} Get WiFi Client Information of Current Link Example: get WiFi client information of current link Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-39 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 170: Get All The Wifi Client Ap Information

    -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/execution/blizzard1/update Reply 1 {"update":"blizzard1","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-28 15:30:34"} Request 2 curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"id" : "blizzard"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/connection/id Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-40 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 171: Get Wifi Client Connection Id

    {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 15:33:10"} Request 3 curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/execution/blizzard1/saving Reply 3 {"id":"blizzard","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-24 17:17:42"} Get WiFi Client Connection Auto Connection Example: get WiFi client connection auto connection Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-41 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 172: Set Wifi Client Connection Auto Connection

    Example: get WiFi client connection ssid Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/connection/ssid Reply {"ssid":"blizzard","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 09:59:27"} Get WiFi Client Connection EAP Example: get WiFi client connection eap Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-42 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 173: Set Wifi Client Connection Eap

    Example: get WiFi client connection identity Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/identity Reply {"identity":"ciscoId","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 10:26:22"} Set WiFi Client Connection Identity Example: set WiFi client identity to cisco Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-43 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 174: Set Wifi Client Connection Anonymous-identity

    Reply 2 {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Request 3 curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/execution/blizzard1/saving Reply 3 {"saving":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-28 16:06:21"} Get WiFi Client Connection Anonymous-Identity Example: get WiFi client connection anonymous-identity Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-44 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 175: Set Wifi Client Connection Pac-file

    : "/tmp/ca-cert.pem"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/wireless/ca-cert Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi CA Certificate of the Connection Example: get WiFi CA certificate of the connection Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/ca-cert Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-45 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 176: Set Wifi Client Ca Certificate Of The Connection

    {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client Connection Phase1 Fast Provisioning Example: get WiFi client connection phase1 fast provisioning Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/phase1-fast-provisioning Reply {"phase1-fast-provisioning":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 10:52:41"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-46 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 177: Set Wifi Client Connection Phase1-peapver

    '{"phase2-autheap" : "mschapv2"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/wireless/phase2-autheap Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client Connection Phase2-Autheap Example: get WiFi client connection phase2-autheap Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/phase2-autheap Reply {"phase2-autheap":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 10:53:48"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-47 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 178: Set Wifi Client Connection Phase2-auth

    '{"phase2-ca-cert" : "/tmp/ca-cert.pem"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/wireless/phase2-ca-cert Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client Connection Phase2-Ca-Cert Example: get WiFi client connection phase2-ca-cert Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/phase2-ca-cert Reply {"phase2-ca-cert":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 10:55:35"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-48 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 179: Set Wifi Client Connection Phase2-client-cert

    '{"password" : "12345678"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/wireless/password Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client Connection Password Example: get WiFi client connection password Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/password Reply {"password":"123456","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 11:02:20"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-49 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 180: Set Wifi Client Connection Private-key

    {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client Connection Private Key Password Example: get WiFi client connection private key password Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/private-key-password Reply {"private-key-password":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 11:09:51"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-50 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 181: Set Wifi Client Connection Phase2 Private Key

    Get WiFi Client Connection Phase2 Private Key Password Example: get WiFi client connection phase2 private key password Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/phase2-private-key-password Reply {"phase2-private-key-password":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 11:17:38"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-51 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 182: Set Wifi Client Connection Key Management

    Example: get WiFi client wep-tx-keyidx Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/wep-tx-keyidx Reply {"wep-tx-keyidx":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 11:21:32"} Set WiFi Client auth-alg Example: set WiFi client connection auth-alg to open Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-52 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 183: Get Wifi Client Auth-alg

    {"pairwise":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 11:24:31"} Set WiFi Client Group Example: set WiFi client connection group to tkip Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"group" : "tkip"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/wireless/group Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-53 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 184: Get Wifi Client Group

    Set WiFi Client wep-key1 Example: set WiFi client wep-key1 to 12345 Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"wep-key1" : "12345"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/wireless/wep-key1 Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-54 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 185: Get Wifi Client Wep-key1

    Example: set WiFi client wep-key3 to 12345 Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"wep-key3" : "12345"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/wireless/wep-key3 Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client wep-key3 Example: get WiFi client wep-key3 Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-55 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 186: Set Wifi Client Wep-key-type

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"psk" : "12345678"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/wireless/psk Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client PSK Example: get WiFi client psk Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/wireless/psk Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-56 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 187: Set Wifi Client Ipv4 Method

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"dns" : "192.168.0.1"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/ipv4/dns Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client IPv4 DNS Example: get WiFi client dns Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/ipv4/dns Reply {"dns":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 14:22:09"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-57 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 188: Set Wifi Client Ipv4 Addresses

    : "192.168.0.1,24,192.168.0.0,1"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/ipv4/routes Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client IPv4 Routes Example: get WiFi client ipv4 routes Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/ipv4/routes Reply {"routes":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 14:50:53"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-58 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 189: Set Wifi Client Ipv6 Method

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"dns" : "1001::1002"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/ipv6/dns Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client IPv6 DNS Example: get WiFi client ipv6 dns Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/ipv6/dns Reply {"dns":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 14:58:41"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-59 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 190: Set Wifi Client Ipv6 Addresses

    : "1001::1002,64,1001::1000,1"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/ipv6/routes Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client IPv6 Routes Example: get WiFi client ipv6 routes Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/ipv6/routes Reply {"routes":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 15:14:15"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-60 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 191: Set Wifi Client Ipv6 Ignore-auto-routes

    '{"ignore-auto-dns" : "False"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/ipv6/ignore-auto-dns Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-28 16:50:13"} Get WiFi Client IPv6 ignore-auto-dns Example: get WiFi client ipv6 ignore-auto-dns Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/con/blizzard/ipv6/ignore-auto-dns Reply {"ignore-auto-dns":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-04-27 16:00:00"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-61 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 192: Wi-fi Client—add A Connection

    -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/execution/test/saving Reply {"saving":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-08-14 12:27:53"} Wi-Fi Client—Enable a Connection Example: enable a connection named test Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/execution/test/enablement Reply {"enable":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-08-14 12:27:53"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-62 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 193: Wi-fi Client—remove A Connection

    -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/execution/test/selection Reply {"selection":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-08-14 12:27:53"} Wi-Fi Client Scan Example: send a request for scanning Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/wifi/client/execution/test/scan Reply {"scan":"","success":"true","getAt":"2013-08-14 12:27:53"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-63 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 194: Pcamap Information

    -k -X GET -H 'password: admin123' https://localhost/api/2.0/sys/pcamap/mbSerialNum.php Reply {"mbSerialNum":"abc","success":"true","getAt":"2013-06-18 13:17:10"} Get Motherboard Revision Number Example: get motherboard revision number Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: admin123' https://localhost/api/2.0/sys/pcamap/mbRevisionNum.php Reply {"mbRevisionNum":"123","success":"true","getAt":"2013-06-18 13:17:43"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-64 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 195: Get Model Number

    -k -X GET -H 'password: admin123' https://localhost/api/2.0/sys/pcamap/modelRevisionNum.php Reply {"modelRevisionNum":"123","success":"true","getAt":"2013-06-18 13:20:00"} Get Version ID Example: get version id Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: admin123' https://localhost/api/2.0/sys/pcamap/versionId.php Reply {"versionId":"111","success":"true","getAt":"2013-06-18 13:20:38"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-65 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 196: Resolution

    [4] 640 x 480 @ 59\n\n Rotations:normal right inverted left","success":"true","getAt":"2013-06-13 11:23:34"} Resolution Set Example1: set resolution of VGA1 to 800x600@60 Request1 curl -k -X PUT -H 'password:admin123' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"resolution":"VGA1,800x600@60"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/resolution/resolution Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-66 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 197: Proxy

    Example: set http proxy Request curl -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"http":"http://cisco.com:8080"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/proxy/http Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-08 13:14:51"} Get HTTP Proxy Example: get core http proxy Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-67 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 198: Set Https Proxy

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"ftp":"http://cisco.com:8080"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/proxy/ftp Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-08 13:14:51"} Get FTP Proxy Example: get ftp proxy Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/proxy/ftp Reply {"ftp":"http://cisco.com:8080","success":"true","getAt":"2013-08-14 17:13:05"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-68 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 199: Set Proxy For All

    -k -X PUT -H 'password: cisco123!' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"no_for":"127.0.0.1"}' https://localhost/api/2.0/proxy/no_for Reply {"success":"true","updatedAt":"2013-04-08 13:14:51"} Get Proxy Bypass List Example: get proxy bypass list Request curl -k -X GET -H 'password: cisco123!' https://localhost/api/2.0/proxy/no_for Reply {"no_for":"127.0.0.1","success":"true","getAt":"2013-08-14 17:13:05"} Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-69 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 200: Error Codes

    Json: maximum stack depth exceeded Json: underflow or the modes mismatch Json: unexpected control character found Json: syntax error, malformed JSON Json: malformed UTF-8 characters, possibly incorrectly encoded Json: unknown error Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 4-70 OL-29491-01...

  • Page 201: Boot And Login

    Forget Root Password If you forget the root password of a Cisco Edge 340 Series device, follow these steps: Restart the Cisco Edge 340 Series device and press F12 to enter the privileged mode as shown in Step 1 Figure A-1.

  • Page 202: Appendix A Troubleshooting

    Check the log printed on the terminal to verify if the problem is caused by the insufficient power support from external devices. Step 3 If yes, disconnect the external devices and restart the system. Alternatively, power off the Cisco Edge 340 Series device and restart it. Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0...

  • Page 203: System Locked After Using Wrong Password Five Times

    If you can log in to the system, execute the *.bin file to update the system automatically. • If you cannot log in to the system, press F12 when you start the Cisco Edge 340 Series device, and enter the privileged mode and choose SYSRecovery PMAP as the boot device, as shown in Figure A-1.

  • Page 204: Screen Blurred After Resolution Is Changed

    DNS servers with the other valid servers. Third-Party Device Cannot be Connected If a third-party device that is in the station mode cannot connect to the Cisco Edge 340 Series device that is in the AP mode, take one of the following actions: Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0...

  • Page 205: Power Issues

    If only the two USB ports on the front panel are working, and the USB ports on the rear panel have no power, verify if the Cisco Edge 340 Series device is powered by PoE. To enable the USB ports on the rear panel, use external power supply.

  • Page 206

    Appendix A Troubleshooting Power Issues Cisco Edge 340 Series Software Configuration Guide, Release 1.0 OL-29491-01...

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