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DAP-2695
802.11b/g /n/ac Access Point
Command Line Interface Reference Manual
First Edition (March 2014)
RECYCLABLE

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    DAP-2695 802.11b/g /n/ac Access Point Command Line Interface Reference Manual First Edition (March 2014) RECYCLABLE...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual Table of Contents USING THE CLI ................................................. 3 COMMAND SYNTAX ............................................... 6 UTILITY COMMANDS ............................................. 8 ETHERNET COMMANDS ............................................10 WIRELESS COMMANDS ............................................12 MULTI-SSID COMMANDS ............................................. 17 VLAN COMMAND ..............................................21 AP ARRAY COMMAND ............................................

  • Page 3: Using The Cli

    The DAP-2695 can be accessed by Telnet. Using Microsoft Windows Operation system as example, open the Command Prompt on the computer that will be used for configuring and managing the AP and enter telnet and IP address of DAP-2695 in the first line. Using the default IP address as example, enter telnet 192.168.0.50 to cause thefollowing screen to open: (picture on the left) Press Enter in the screen above.

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual Type “admin” for the D-Link Access Point login username in the screen above and press Enter. The following screen opens: There is no initial password. So go on for the next.

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual Press Enter to see a list of all the available commands. Alternatively, you may enter “help” and the press Enter, here goes the result: (picture on the right.) When you enter a command without all of its required parameters, the CLI will prompt you with a list of possible completions. For example, if “tftp” was entered, the following screen opens:...

  • Page 6: Command Syntax

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual COMMAND SYNTAX The following symbols are used to describe how command entries are made and values and arguments are specified in this manual. The online help contained in the CLI and available through the console interface uses the same syntax. Note: All commands are case-insensitive.

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual Syntax get multi-authen [index] In the above syntax example, you must specify an index to Description be created. Do not type the square brackets. Example Command get multi-authen 2 : colon Separates two or more mutually exclusive items in a list, Purpose one of which must be entered.

  • Page 8: Utility Commands

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual UTILITY COMMANDS Help Command: Function Syntax help Display CLI Command List help or ? Ping Command: Function Syntax ping Send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network hosts ping <xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx> Restart and Exit Commands: Function Syntax set factorydefault...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual Administration Command: Function Syntax get uptime Display UpTime get uptime get time Display time get time Print name of current/working directory set apply Apply the seting set apply set time [year month day hour min set time Set time (year month day hour min sec) sec]...

  • Page 10: Ethernet Commands

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual ETHERNET COMMANDS Get Command: Function Syntax get ipaddr Display IP Address get ipaddr get ipmask Display IP Network/Subnet Mask get ipmask get gateway Display Gateway IP Address get gateway get ipmode Display IP Mode get ipmode get eth-updownlink...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual set nameaddr Set DNS Address set nameaddr set uplink_bandwidth Set uplink bandwidth set uplink_bandwidth set downlink_bandwidth Set downlink bandwidth set downlink_bandwidth set updownlink Set primary ssid uplink/downlink state set updownlink...

  • Page 12: Wireless Commands

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual WIRELESS COMMANDS Fundamental Get Command: Function Syntax get apmode Display AP Operate Mode get apmode get band Display current Band get band get ssid Display Service Set ID get ssid get ssidhidden Display SSID hidden Mode as enabled or disabled get ssidhidden get autochannel...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual get assoclimitstatus Display Association Limit setting status get assoclimitstatus get mcastrate Display mcast rate get mcastrate get wlancount Display wlan count get wlancount get wlan_utilization Get Wlan utilization get wlan_utilization get d-wepkeylen Display 802.1X dynamic WEP Key Length get d-wepkeylen get d-wepkeyupdate...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual set mcastrate_dualband Set mcast rate set mcastrate_dualband set wlan_utilization Set wlan utilization set wlan_utilization set uapsd Set UAPSD set uapsd set d-wepkeylen Set 802.1X dynamic WEP Key Length set d-wepkeylen set d-wepkeyupdate Set 802.1X dynamic WEP Rekey Interval(in Secs) set d-wepkeyupdate set apcscan...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual set groupkeyupdate Set Group Key Update Interval (in Secs: 300-9999999) set groupkeyupdate [300--9999999] set passphrase Modify Passphrase (size:8--63) set passphrase [8--63] set autorekey Set autorekey enable set autorekey set rogue_set_type_mac set rogue ap index type and mac < type macaddradd macaddress> set rogue_set_type_mac [macaddress] Get Command: Function...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual get pre5g_rssi Display preferred5g rssi threshold get pre5g_rssi get pre5g_refuse Display preferred5g max refuse num get pre5g_refuse get pre5g_diff Display preferred5g max sta diff get pre5g_diff get pre5g_age Display preferred5g max aging time get pre5g_age Set Command: Function...

  • Page 17: Multi-ssid Commands

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual MULTI-SSID COMMANDS Get Command: Function Syntax get multi-state Display Multi-SSID state get multi-state get multi-pri-state Display Multi-SSID pripority state get multi-pri-state get priority Display Priority of primary SSID get priority get multi-defkeyindex Display Default Key Index of Multi-SSID[index] get multi-defkeyindex [index] get multi-wepkey...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual Multi-SSID[index] get multi-backup-acctport Display Backup Accounting port number of Multi-SSID[index] get multi-backup-acctport [index] get multi-backup-radiusip Display Backup RADIUS server IP address of Multi-SSID[index] get multi-backup-radiusip [index] get multi-backup-radiusport Display Backup RADIUS port number of Multi-SSID[index] get multi-backup-radiusport [index] get multi-d-wepkeylen Display 802.1X dynamic WEP Key Length of Multi-SSID[index]...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual set multi-passphrase Modify Passphrase (size:8--63) of Multi-SSID[index] set multi-passphrase [index] Set Group Key Update Interval (in Secs: 300-9999999) of set multi-groupkeyupdate set multi-groupkeyupdate [index] Multi-SSID[index] set multi-updownlink Set uplink/downlink state of Multi-SSID[index] set multi-updownlink [index] set multicast_bwctrl Set Multicast Bandwidth Control...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual set multi-aclbywlmodeperssid Set acl by wlan mode status per ssid set multi-aclbywlmodeperssid set multi-aclbyrssi Set acl by rssi status set multi-aclbyrssi set multi-agingbyrssithreshhold Set aging out by rssi threshhold set multi-agingbyrssithreshhold set multi-aclbyrssithreshhold Set acl by rssi threshhold set multi-aclbyrssithreshhold...

  • Page 21: Vlan Command

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual VLAN COMMAND Get Command: Function Syntax get vlanstate Display VLAN state get vlanstate get vlanmode Display VLAN mode get vlanmode get autosetpvid Display auto setting pvid by group VID get autosetpvid get pvid_primary Display primary SSID PVID get pvid_primary...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual set pvid_sys Set system PVID set pvid_sys set groupvid_primary Set wlan port member of group VID set groupvid_primary set groupvid_eth Set LAN port member of group VID set groupvid_eth set groupvid_sys Set system port member of group VID set groupvid_sys set groupviddel...

  • Page 23: Ap Array Command

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual AP ARRAY COMMAND Get Command: Function Syntax get aparray-state Display AP Array state get aparray-state get arrayname Display AP Array arrayname get arrayname get arrayrole Display AP Array role[master:1, backup master:2, slaver:3] get arrayrole [1/2/3] get arraypassword Display AP Array password...

  • Page 24

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual get array-sync-multissid Display AP Array sync multissid state get array-sync-multissid get array-sync-multissid_hidden Display AP Array sync multissid_hidden state get array-sync-multissid_hidden get array-sync-multisecurity Display AP Array sync multisecurity state get array-sync-multisecurity get array-sync-multiwmm Display AP Array sync multiwmm state get array-sync-multiwmm get array-sync-qos...

  • Page 25: Access Control List Commands

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual ACCESS CONTROL LIST COMMANDS Get Command: Function Syntax get acl Display Access Control Setting of Enabled or disabled get acl get acl-table Display macfilter table get acl-table get macaddrlist Display MAC Address List get macaddrlist get ethlink Display ethernet integration...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual get radiusip Display RADIUS server IP address get radiusip get radiusport Display RADIUS port number get radiusport get radiuscli_auth_status Display RADIUSClient Auth status get radiuscli_auth_status get agbyrssiordrstatus Display aging out by rssi/data rate status get agbyrssiordrstatus get aclbywlmode Display acl by wlan mode status...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual set agingbyrssi Set aging out by rssi status set agingbyrssi set agingbydatarate Set aging out by datarate status set agingbydatarate set aclbywlmode Set acl by wlan mode status set aclbywlmode set aclbywlmodeperssid Set acl by wlan mode status per ssid set aclbywlmodeperssid set aclbyrssi...

  • Page 28: Dhcp Server Commands

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual DHCP SERVER COMMANDS Get Command: Function Syntax get dhcp_dns Display dhcp server dns ip get dhcp_dns get dhcp_endip Display dhcp server end ip get dhcp_endip get dhcp_gateway Display dhcp server gateway ip get dhcp_gateway get dhcp_leasetime Display dhcp server leasetime...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual set dhcp_endip Set dhcp server end ip set dhcp_endip set dhcp_gateway Set dhcp server gateway ip set dhcp_gateway set dhcp_leasetime set dhcp server lease time set dhcp_leasetime set dhcp_netmask set dhcp server netmask set dhcp_netmask set dhcp_server Set dhcp server states...

  • Page 30: Time Display & Sntp Commands

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual TIME DISPLAY & SNTP COMMANDS Get Command: Function Syntax get sntpserver Display SNTP/NTP Server IP Address get sntpserver get tzonelist Display Time Zone get tzonelist get daylightsaving Display Day Light Saving Time get daylightsaving Set Command: Function...

  • Page 31: System Log Command

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual SYSTEM LOG COMMAND Get Command: Function Syntax get syslog Display Syslog Information get syslog Set Command: Function Syntax set syslog Set sysLog settings set syslog...

  • Page 32: Other Commands

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual OTHER COMMANDS Intrusion Command: Function Syntax get intrusion Display intrusion get intrusion set intrusion Set intrusion set intrusion Schedule Commands Function Syntax get scheduled Display scheduled get scheduled set scheduled Set scheduled set scheduled QoS Commands Function...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual set zonedefence Set Zone Defence status set zonedefence set zone-defence-addip Add Zone Defence IP Address set zone-defence-addip set zone-defence-delip Del Zone Defence IP Address set zone-defence-delip Add Zone Defence IP Address <Plese input complete and correct set zone-defence-addipv6 set zone-defence-addipv6 ipv6 address>...

  • Page 34: Status And Stats

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual STATUS AND STATS Get Command: Function Syntax get clientinfo Display ClientInfo get clientinfo get wdsinfo Display wds Info get wdsinfo get ethernetcount Display ethernet count get ethernetcount...

  • Page 35: Management

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual MANAGEMENT Limit Administrator Get Command: Function Syntax get ladtype Limited Administration Type get ladtype get ladvid Vlan ID which can control device get ladvid get ladippool Start IP of Limited Administration IP pool get ladippool Set Command: Function...

  • Page 36

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual SNMP Settings Command: Function Syntax snmp addcomm Add Communication String snmp addcomm snmp addgroup Add User Group snmp addgroup snmp addhost Add Host To Notify List snmp addhost snmp adduser Add User To SNMP Agent snmp adduser snmp addview Add User View...

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    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual snmp settrapVersion Set Trap Version snmp settrapVersion...

  • Page 38: First-time Configuration Examples

    The following AP configuration examples are provided to help first-time users get started. The user commands are in bold for easy reference. Many users will want to set a new IP address for the DAP-2695. This will also require setting an IP mask and a Gateway IP address. The following is an example in which the AP’s default IP address of 192.168.0.50 is changed to 192.168.0.55.

  • Page 39

    802.11 b/g /n Access Point Command Line Interface Manual The following is an example in which the authentication is set to WPA-PSK. WAP -> set authentication wpa-psk WAP -> set cipher auto WAP -> set passphrase 12345678 Once the user has set up the AP to their satisfaction, the device must be rebooted to save settings. WAP ->...

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