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802.11n Command Line Interface
SIMATIC NET
Industrial Wireless LAN
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802.11n Command Line Interface
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  • Page 1 ___________________ SCALANCE W760/W720 to IEEE Introduction 802.11n Command Line Interface ___________________ Description ___________________ SIMATIC NET Configuration Functions specific to ___________________ SCALANCE Industrial Wireless LAN SCALANCE W760/W720 to IEEE ___________________ 802.11n Command Line Interface System time ___________________ Network structures Configuration Manual...
  • Page 2: Legal Information

    Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Introduction ............................15 Description ............................19 Working with the Command Line Interface (CLI) ..............19 CLI modes ..........................21 The CLI command prompt ...................... 23 Symbols of the CLI commands ....................24 Interface identifiers and addresses ..................25 2.5.1 Naming interfaces ........................
  • Page 4 Table of contents 3.1.7 logout ............................. 48 3.1.8 ping ............................48 3.1.9 Commands in the global configuration mode ................ 50 3.1.9.1 coordinates height ........................50 3.1.9.2 coordinates latitude ........................ 51 3.1.9.3 coordinates longitude ......................51 3.1.9.4 ethernetip ..........................52 3.1.9.5 interface ..........................
  • Page 5 Table of contents SINEMA ..........................87 3.5.1 The "show" commands ......................87 3.5.1.1 show sinema ........................... 87 3.5.2 Commands in the global configuration mode ................. 87 3.5.2.1 sinema ............................ 88 3.5.2.2 no sinema ..........................89 Functions specific to SCALANCE ......................91 WBM ............................
  • Page 6 Table of contents 5.1.2.2 time set ..........................115 5.1.2.3 time dst date ......................... 116 5.1.2.4 time dst recurring ......................... 117 5.1.2.5 no time dst ..........................118 NTP client ..........................119 5.2.1 The "show" commands ......................119 5.2.1.1 show ntp info ........................119 5.2.2 Commands in the global configuration mode ..............
  • Page 7 Table of contents 6.1.3.1 wlan ............................151 6.1.4 Commands in the WLAN configuration mode ..............152 6.1.4.1 device mode .......................... 152 6.1.4.2 commit mode ........................153 6.1.4.3 commit wlan-settings ......................154 6.1.4.4 country ..........................154 6.1.5 Commands in the WLAN Interface configuration mode ............155 6.1.5.1 wlan allowed channels ......................
  • Page 8 Table of contents 6.1.5.46 wlan guard interval (access point) ..................197 6.1.5.47 wlan ht channel width (access point) ................... 198 6.1.5.48 wlan hw-retries ........................199 6.1.5.49 wlan max tx-power ....................... 199 6.1.5.50 wlan mode (access point) ....................200 6.1.5.51 wlan mode (client) ........................ 201 6.1.5.52 wlan outdoor .........................
  • Page 9 Table of contents 6.2.4.2 no name ..........................236 6.2.4.3 ports ............................237 6.2.4.4 no ports ..........................239 Spanning Tree ........................241 6.3.1 The "show" commands ......................241 6.3.1.1 show spanning-tree ....................... 241 6.3.1.2 show spanning-tree active ....................242 6.3.1.3 show spanning-tree bridge ....................243 6.3.1.4 show spanning-tree detail .....................
  • Page 10 Table of contents Network protocols ..........................281 IPv4 protocol ........................281 7.1.1 The "show" commands ......................281 7.1.1.1 show dcp forwarding ......................281 7.1.1.2 show dcp server ........................282 7.1.1.3 show ip route ........................283 7.1.1.4 show ip telnet ........................284 7.1.1.5 show ip dns ..........................
  • Page 11 Table of contents 7.3.3.1 lease-time ..........................312 7.3.3.2 network ..........................313 7.3.3.3 option (IP address) ........................ 314 7.3.3.4 option value-hex ........................316 7.3.3.5 option value-string ......................... 317 7.3.3.6 no option ..........................318 7.3.3.7 pool-enable ........................... 319 7.3.3.8 no pool-enable ........................320 7.3.3.9 set-interface ..........................
  • Page 12 Table of contents 7.5.1.1 show events smtp-server ..................... 353 7.5.1.2 show events sender email ....................353 7.5.1.3 show events smtp-port ......................354 7.5.2 Commands in the Events configuration mode ..............355 7.5.2.1 smtp-server .......................... 355 7.5.2.2 no smtp-server ........................356 7.5.2.3 sender mail-address ......................
  • Page 13 Table of contents 9.1.3.6 nat timeout (Client) ........................ 379 9.1.3.7 no nat timeout (Client)......................380 Security and authentication ......................... 381 10.1 User rights management ...................... 381 10.1.1 change password ........................381 10.1.2 whoami ..........................382 10.1.3 The "show" commands ......................383 10.1.3.1 show user-accounts ......................
  • Page 14 Table of contents 10.2.5.5 no vap security encryption (access point) ................422 10.2.5.6 vap security wpa-group-key-update-interval (Access Point) ..........423 10.2.5.7 vap security wpa-psk-passphrase (access point) ..............424 10.2.5.8 vap communication with own-vap (access point) ..............425 10.2.5.9 no vap communication with own-vap (access point) ............426 10.2.5.10 vap communication with ethernet (access point) ..............
  • Page 15: Introduction

    Orientation in the documentation Apart from the Configuration Manual you are currently reading, the following documentation is also available from SIMATIC NET on the topic of Industrial Wireless LANs: ● Configuration Manual: SCALANCE W760 / W720 Web Based Management This Configuration Manual is intended to provide you with the information you require to commission and operate SCALANCE W700 devices correctly.
  • Page 16 Go to the required product group and make the following settings: tab "Entry list", Entry type "Manuals" You will find the documentation for the SIMATIC NET products relevant here on the data storage medium that ships with some products: ● Product CD / product DVD ●...
  • Page 17 Introduction The "SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Network Manual" can be found on the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support under the following entry ID: 27069465 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/27069465) Security information Siemens provides products and solutions with industrial security functions that support the secure operation of plants, solutions, machines, equipment and/or networks.
  • Page 18 Introduction SCALANCE W760/W720 to IEEE 802.11n Command Line Interface Configuration Manual, 10/2015, C79000-G8976-C351-05...
  • Page 19: Description

    Description Note Interruption of the WLAN communication The WLAN communication can be influenced by high frequency interference signals and can be totally interrupted. Remember this and take suitable action. Working with the Command Line Interface (CLI) Introduction All the configuration settings for the device can be made using the Command Line Interface (CLI).
  • Page 20 Description 2.1 Working with the Command Line Interface (CLI) As an alternative, you can also enter the command "telnet" followed by the IP address of the device you are configuring in the Start > Run menu. Note Requirement for use of the CLI You should only use the command line interface if you are an experienced user.
  • Page 21: Cli Modes

    Description 2.2 CLI modes CLI modes Grouping of the commands in the various modes The commands of the Command Line Interface are grouped according to various modes. Apart from a few exceptions (help, exit), commands can only be called up in the mode to which they are assigned.
  • Page 22 Description 2.2 CLI modes Global Configuration mode In this mode, you can make basic configuration settings. In addition to this, you can also call up modes for the configuration of special interfaces or functions, for example to configure a VLAN or a PLUG. You change to this mode by entering in the Privileged configure terminal EXEC mode.
  • Page 23: The Cli Command Prompt

    Description 2.3 The CLI command prompt The CLI command prompt Overview The Command Line Interface prompt shows the following information: ● The mode in which the CLI is currently operating. Most commands can only be called in a particular mode. You should therefore check the CLI mode based on the command prompt.
  • Page 24: Symbols Of The Cli Commands

    Description 2.4 Symbols of the CLI commands Symbols of the CLI commands Symbols for representing CLI commands When setting parameters for CLI commands, the following characters are used: Charac- Meaning < ... > mandatory parameter Instead of the expression in parenthesis, enter a value. [ ...
  • Page 25: Interface Identifiers And Addresses

    Description 2.5 Interface identifiers and addresses Interface identifiers and addresses 2.5.1 Naming interfaces Addressing interfaces The device has several types of interface that are addressed in different ways: Addressing physical interfaces This notation also applies to other commands that address an Interface. ●...
  • Page 26 Description 2.5 Interface identifiers and addresses Available physical interfaces Device Interfaces interface-type interface-id W761-1 RJ-45 1 x Fast Ethernet X = 1 fa: fast-ethernet fa 0/X W722-1 RJ-45 1 x WLAN X = 1 wlan wlan 0/X Available logical interfaces ●...
  • Page 27: Address Types, Address Ranges And Address Masks

    Description 2.5 Interface identifiers and addresses 2.5.2 Address types, address ranges and address masks Overview Since the various types of addresses can be represented by different notations, the notations used in the Command Line Interface are shown below: ● IPv4 addresses Addresses for the Internet Protocol version 4 are written in the decimal notation of four numbers from the range 0 to 255, separated by a period.
  • Page 28: General Cli Commands

    Description 2.6 General CLI commands General CLI commands This section describes commands that you can call up in any mode. 2.6.1 clear screen Description With this command, you clear the screen. The command prompt is displayed. Syntax Call the command without parameters: clear screen Result The screen is cleared.
  • Page 29: End

    Description 2.6 General CLI commands 2.6.3 Description With this command, you exit the configuration mode and are then in the Privileged EXEC mode. Requirement You are in a configuration mode. Syntax Call the command without parameters: Result You are in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli# 2.6.4...
  • Page 30: Help Functions And Supported Input

    Description 2.6 General CLI commands 2.6.5 Help functions and supported input The Command Line Interface provides various functions that are helpful when making entries in the command line: ● help ● ? ● Command completion with the tab key ● Automatic completion of incomplete commands ●...
  • Page 31: The Command

    Description 2.6 General CLI commands 2.6.5.2 The command "?" Description With this command, you call up the command list. Syntax Enter a question mark to obtain a list of all permitted commands in the current mode: For this command, you do not need to press the enter key. The command executes immediately after you type the character.
  • Page 32: Abbreviated Notation Of Commands

    Description 2.6 General CLI commands Result The command interpreter completes the input as long as the command is unambiguous. If you enter a character string that cannot be completed to form a command, an error message is displayed. ● The command is not unique: % Ambiguous Command ●...
  • Page 33: The "show" Commands

    Description 2.6 General CLI commands 2.6.5.6 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode. To do this, you replace with the "show" command that you want to execute. [command] Example do show cli-console-timeout...
  • Page 34 Description 2.6 General CLI commands SCALANCE W760/W720 to IEEE 802.11n Command Line Interface Configuration Manual, 10/2015, C79000-G8976-C351-05...
  • Page 35: Configuration

    Configuration The following is described in this section: ● System settings ● Saving and loading configurations and firmware System This section describes commands with which general system properties can be displayed and configured. 3.1.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show"...
  • Page 36: Show Coordinates

    Configuration 3.1 System Result The configuration for the timeout is displayed. 3.1.1.2 show coordinates Description This command shows the system coordinates. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 37: Show Ethernetip

    Configuration 3.1 System Result The following information about the device is displayed: ● MAC address of the device ● Serial Number ● System up time ● System name ● System contact ● System location ● Device Type ● Restart counter ●...
  • Page 38: Show Im

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.1.5 show im Description This command shows information on device-specific vendor and maintenance data such as the article number, serial number, version numbers etc. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 39: Show Interfaces

    Configuration 3.1 System The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Type or speed of the interface Enter a valid interface. interface-type Module no. and port no. of the interface interface-id Shows the description of the interface description Shows the status of the interface status...
  • Page 40: Show Interface Mtu

    Configuration 3.1 System For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 25)". If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the entries are displayed for all available counters. Result The counters of the selected interfaces are displayed.
  • Page 41: Show Ip Interface

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.1.9 show ip interface Description This command shows the configuration of one, several or all IP interfaces. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 42: Show Pnio

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.1.10 show pnio Description This command shows the current PROFINET IO configuration. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show pnio Result The current PROFINET IO configuration is displayed.
  • Page 43: Show Lldp Status

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.1.12 show lldp status Description This command shows per port whether LLDP frames are sent or received. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 44: Clear Counters

    Configuration 3.1 System Syntax Call the command without parameters: show versions Result The following settings are displayed: ● Basic device ● Name ● Revision ● Order ID ● Firmware ● Bootloader ● Description ● Version ● Date 3.1.2 clear counters Description With this command, you reset the counters of an interface.
  • Page 45: Configure Terminal

    Configuration 3.1 System For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 25)". If no parameters are specified, the counters for all interfaces are reset. Result The counters of the interface are reset. Further notes You can display the statistical information of the interfaces with the show interfaces -...
  • Page 46: Clear Line Vty

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.4 clear line vty Description With this command, you close a console session on the device. With the option, you close a session and that is not reacting. forceful-clear Requirement You are in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli# Syntax...
  • Page 47: Disable

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.5 disable Description With this command, you close the Privileged EXEC mode. You are then in the User EXEC mode. Requirement You are in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: disable Result You are in the User EXEC mode.
  • Page 48: Logout

    Configuration 3.1 System Result You are prompted to enter the administrator password. After logging in successfully, you are in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli# 3.1.7 logout Description With this command, you exit the Command Line Interface. If you are connected to the device via telnet, the session is closed.
  • Page 49 Configuration 3.1 System Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: ping [ip]<destination-address> [size<byte(0-2080)>] [count<packet_count(1-10)>] [timeout<seconds(1-100)>] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values/note Uses an IP address Address of the called node Enter a valid IP address or a valid destination- address hostname.
  • Page 50: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.9 Commands in the global configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode. In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the command to change to this mode. configure terminal Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 51: Coordinates Latitude

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.9.2 coordinates latitude Description With this command, you enter a latitude coordinate. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: coordinates latitude <latitude> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description...
  • Page 52: Ethernetip

    Configuration 3.1 System The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Input box for the longitude coordinate max. 32 characters longitude To use spaces in the entry, enter the longitude coordinate in quotes: coordinates longitude "123 456"...
  • Page 53: Interface

    Configuration 3.1 System Result EtherNet/IP is enabled or disabled after the next restart. Further notes You can display the current EtherNet/IP configuration with the command. show ethernetip 3.1.9.5 interface Description With this command, you change to the Interface Configuration mode. There you can edit the settings for one interface.
  • Page 54: No Interface

    Configuration 3.1 System The placeholder is replaced by the following name of the interface: Type of interface Command prompt wlan cli(config-if-wlan-0-$)# cli(config-if-wds$-0-$)# cli(config-if-vap$-0-$)# vlan cli(config-if-vlan-$)# fast-ethernet cli(config-if-F-0-$)# The placeholders denote the numbering of the interface. For the value ranges for the VLAN logical interface, refer to the upper table. You can only call up interfaces that you created with the command.
  • Page 55: Cli-console-timeout

    Configuration 3.1 System Further notes You configure an interface with the command. interface You display the status and the configuration of the interfaces with the show interfaces command. 3.1.9.7 cli-console-timeout Description With this command, you enable the automatic logout and you configure the timeout setting for the CLI.
  • Page 56: No Cli-console-timeout

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.9.8 no cli-console-timeout Description With this command, you disable the automatic logout. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: no cli-console-timeout Result Automatic logout is disabled. Further notes You enable automatic logout with the command.
  • Page 57: System Contact

    Configuration 3.1 System The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note PNIO is deactivated. If a PROFINET connection is established; in other words the PNIO AR status is "Online", you cannot disable PNIO. PNIO is activated. When PNIO is turned on, EtherNet/IP is turned off.
  • Page 58: System Location

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.9.11 system location Description With this command, you enter the location information for the system. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: system location <string>...
  • Page 59: Commands In The Interface Configuration Mode

    Configuration 3.1 System The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Input box for the name max. 255 characters string Result The name is created in the system. 3.1.10 Commands in the Interface configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the interface configuration mode.
  • Page 60: No Alias

    Configuration 3.1 System Result The interface was assigned a name. Further notes You delete the name of the interface with the command. no alias 3.1.10.2 no alias Description With this command, you delete the name of the interface. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax...
  • Page 61: Duplex

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.10.3 duplex Description Electrical interfaces can be operated in full duplex mode or half duplex mode. The options here depend on the connected device. Optical connections are always operated in full duplex mode since they have a fiber for each transmission direction.
  • Page 62: No Duplex

    Configuration 3.1 System 3.1.10.4 no duplex Description With this command, you reset the duplex mode of an interface to the default value. The default value is full Requirement You are in the Interface configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax Call the command without parameters:...
  • Page 63: No Lldp

    Configuration 3.1 System The parameters have the following meaning: Parameters Description the sending of LLDP packets is enabled transmit the receipt of LLDP packets is enabled receive At system start or when using the command with the option , the restart memory factory...
  • Page 64: Mtu

    Configuration 3.1 System The parameters have the following meaning: Parameters Description the sending of LLDP packets is enabled transmit the receipt of LLDP packets is disabled receive Note Disabling both options When you call this command, you can only select one option. If you want to disable both options, call up the command again.
  • Page 65: Shutdown

    Configuration 3.1 System The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Size of the MTU in bytes 64 ... 1514 frame-size At system start or when using the command with the option , the restart memory factory following defaults apply:...
  • Page 66: No Shutdown

    Configuration 3.1 System Result The Interface is shut down. Note If you use this command in the Interface Configuration mode for a VLAN (input prompt , management access to the device is no longer possible. This CLI(config-if-vlan-$)# relates to configuration using CLI, WBM and SNMP. Access is only possible again after resetting the device to the factory settings with the Reset button.
  • Page 67: Load And Save

    CountryList The zip file contains the country list as a csv and as a pdf file. Debug This file contains information for Siemens Support. Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) Electronic data sheets for describing devices in the EtherNet/IP mode Firmware...
  • Page 68 CountryList The zip file contains the country list as a csv and as a pdf file. Debug This file contains information for Siemens Support. Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) Electronic data sheets for describing devices in the EtherNet/IP mode Firmware...
  • Page 69: The "show" Commands

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save File type Description Save Down- load WLANAuthlog File with entries from the WLAN Authentication Log (information on successful or failed authentication attempts) WLANCert User certificate. You can specify a password for the (in client mode only) user certificate on the WBM page "Load&Save >...
  • Page 70: Show Loadsave Files

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save 3.2.1.1 show loadsave files Description This command shows the current Load&Save file information. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show loadsave files...
  • Page 71: Save Filetype

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save 3.2.2 save filetype Description With this command, you save files on a TFTP server. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters:...
  • Page 72: Load Tftp

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save 3.2.3 load tftp Description With this command, you load the files from a TFTP server. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 73: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save 3.2.4 Commands in the global configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode. In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the command to change to this mode. configure terminal Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 74: Commands In The Loadsave Configuration Mode

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save 3.2.5 Commands in the LOADSAVE configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the LOADSAVE configuration mode. In the Global Configuration mode, enter the command to change to this mode. loadsave You display the valid file types for the commands in the LOADSAVE Configuration mode with the global command show loadsave tftp...
  • Page 75: Tftp Filename

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save 3.2.5.2 tftp filename Description With this command, you assign a name to a file type. The file type decides the type that is affected by the action. The tftp load tftp save name decides the file to be copied to or from the TFTP server. Requirement You are in the LOADSAVE configuration mode.
  • Page 76: Tftp Load

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save 3.2.5.3 tftp load Description With this command, you load a file from a TFTP server into the file system of the device. The TFTP protocol is used for the transfer. You can also display a list of available files. Requirement ●...
  • Page 77: Tftp Save

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save 3.2.5.4 tftp save Description With this command, you copy a file from the file system of the device to a TFTP server. The TFTP protocol is used for the transfer. You can also display a list of available files. Requirement ●...
  • Page 78: Password

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save cli(config-loadsave)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: tftp server {ipv4 <ucast-addr> | fqdn-name <FQDN>} [port<tcp port(1-65535)>] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Keyword for an IPv4 address ipv4 Value for an IPv4 unicast address Enter a valid IPv4 unicast ad-...
  • Page 79: No Password

    Configuration 3.2 Load and Save Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: password {showfiles | filetype <filetype> [pw <password>]} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Shows the available files showfiles Shows that the file type follows that will be loaded filetype Name of the file type max.
  • Page 80 Configuration 3.2 Load and Save The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Shows the available files showfiles Shows that the file type follows that will be loaded filetype Name of the file type max. 100 characters filetype Result The password is disabled.
  • Page 81: Reset And Defaults

    Configuration 3.3 Reset and Defaults Reset and Defaults This section describes commands for restarting the device and for restoring the original configuration. 3.3.1 restart Description With this command, you restart the device. Select one of the following configuration settings: ● Device restart with the current configuration ●...
  • Page 82: Configuration Save & Restore

    Configuration 3.4 Configuration Save & Restore Configuration Save & Restore This section describes commands for displaying, saving and restoring configuration settings. 3.4.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode.
  • Page 83 Configuration 3.4 Configuration Save & Restore The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Shows the configuration settings of the Syslog syslog function shows the configuration settings of the Dynamic dhcp Host Configuration Protocol shows the configuration settings of QoS (Quali- ty of Service) shows the configuration settings of the Span- ning Tree Protocol...
  • Page 84: Write Startup-config

    Configuration 3.4 Configuration Save & Restore If you call up the command without parameters, only the active operational settings of all modules and all interfaces that do not match the preset values are displayed. Result The selected configuration settings of the device are displayed. 3.4.2 write startup-config Description...
  • Page 85: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Configuration 3.4 Configuration Save & Restore 3.4.3 Commands in the global configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode. In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the command to change to this mode. configure terminal Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 86: No Auto-save

    Configuration 3.4 Configuration Save & Restore You disable the function with the command. no auto-save You can display the status of this function and other information with the show device command. information 3.4.3.2 no auto-save Description With this command, you disable the auto save function. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode.
  • Page 87: Sinema

    Configuration 3.5 SINEMA SINEMA 3.5.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode. To do this, you replace with the "show" command that you want to execute. [command] Example do show cli-console-timeout...
  • Page 88: Sinema

    Configuration 3.5 SINEMA 3.5.2.1 sinema Description With this command, you enable the SINEMA configuration interface. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: sinema Result The SINEMA configuration interface is enabled. Further notes You disable the SINEMA configuration interface with the command.
  • Page 89: No Sinema

    Configuration 3.5 SINEMA 3.5.2.2 no sinema Description With this command, you disable the SINEMA configuration interface. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: no sinema Result The SINEMA configuration interface is disabled.
  • Page 90 Configuration 3.5 SINEMA SCALANCE W760/W720 to IEEE 802.11n Command Line Interface Configuration Manual, 10/2015, C79000-G8976-C351-05...
  • Page 91: Functions Specific To Scalance

    Functions specific to SCALANCE This part contains the sections that describe functions specific to SCALANCE. Note Availability of the iFeatures The iPCF function is available only for the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) On the device, you can limit the time available for access with Web Based Management.
  • Page 92: Show Web-session-timeout

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.1 WBM 4.1.1.1 show web-session-timeout Description This command shows the timeout setting for the WBM. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters:...
  • Page 93: No Web-session-timeout

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.1 WBM Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: web-session-timeout[seconds(60-3600)] The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Time in seconds until automatic logout 60 … 3600 seconds after the last entry Default: 900 Result The time is configured and automatic logout is enabled.
  • Page 94: Signal Recorder

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.2 Signal recorder Signal recorder This section describes the commands relevant for working with the signal recorder. 4.2.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode.
  • Page 95: Wlan Signal-recorder Start (client)

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.2 Signal recorder Result The status of the signal recorder and the recording are displayed. ● If the recording has started, the configured interval and the current number of recorded measured values are displayed. ● If the recording has stopped, the configured interval and the number of recorded measured values are displayed.
  • Page 96: Wlan Signal-recorder Stop (client)

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.2 Signal recorder The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note WLAN interface Enter a valid interface. wlan 0/X The interval in milliseconds (ms) be- 1 - 60000 tween acquisition of two measured values This parameter specifies how many 1 - 20000...
  • Page 97: Wlan Signal-recorder Display (client)

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.2 Signal recorder Syntax ● The WLAN interface is enabled. Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> stop The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note WLAN interface Enter a valid interface.
  • Page 98: Wlan Signal-recorder Display Sample_number (client)

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.2 Signal recorder Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X> <ms (100 - 60000)> display The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note WLAN interface Enter a valid interface.
  • Page 99 Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.2 Signal recorder Requirement ● The WLAN interface is enabled. You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan signal-recorder <wlan 0/X>...
  • Page 100: Ipcf

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.3 iPCF iPCF This section describes the commands relevant for working with the iPCF function (industrial Point Coordination Function). Note The commands are only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) 4.3.1 The "show"...
  • Page 101: Wlan Interface Configuration Mode

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.3 iPCF Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan ipcf <wlan 0/X> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note WLAN interface Enter a valid interface. wlan 0/X For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 25)".
  • Page 102: No Wlan Ipcf

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.3 iPCF cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: wlan ipcf Result The iPCF mode is enabled. Further notes You disable the iPCF mode with the command. no wlan ipcf You display the setting with the command.
  • Page 103: Ipcf-mc

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.4 iPCF-MC iPCF-MC This section describes the commands relevant for working with the iPCF-MC function (industrial Point Coordination Function - Management Channel). Note The commands are only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 (US version)) 4.4.1 The "show"...
  • Page 104: Commands In The Wlan Configuration Mode

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.4 iPCF-MC 4.4.2 Commands in the WLAN configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN configuration mode. In the Global Configuration mode, enter the command to change to this mode. wlan Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the WLAN configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 105: No Wlan Ipcf-mc

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.4 iPCF-MC Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan ipcf-mc Result iPCF-MC is enabled. Further notes You disable iPCF-MC with the command. no wlan ipcf-mc You display the setting with the command. show wlan ipcf-mc 4.4.2.2 no wlan ipcf-mc Note...
  • Page 106: Wlan Ipcf-mc Cycle-time (access Point)

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.4 iPCF-MC 4.4.2.3 wlan ipcf-mc cycle-time (access point) Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command, you configure the cycle time for iPCF-MC. Requirement You are in the WLAN configuration mode.
  • Page 107: Wlan Ipcf-mc Mgmt-scan-period (client)

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.4 iPCF-MC 4.4.2.4 wlan ipcf-mc mgmt-scan-period (client) Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command, you the time for the background scan interval as a multiple of the update time.
  • Page 108: Spectrum Analyzer

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.5 Spectrum analyzer Spectrum analyzer This section describes the commands relevant for working with the spectrum analyzer. Which the spectrum analyzer you can recognize and represent the electromagnetic signals of a frequency range. You can measure the strength of all signals located in the environment of the access point.
  • Page 109: Wlan Interface Configuration Mode

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.5 Spectrum analyzer 4.5.2 WLAN Interface configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available. In the Global Configuration mode, enter the command to change to this interface wlan 0/X mode.
  • Page 110 Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.5 Spectrum analyzer The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Shows a list of the selectable center How many channels are displayed show-frequencies frequencies. depends on the setting for the "HT Channel Width", refer to the com- mand wlan ht channel width...
  • Page 111: Wlan Spectrumanalyzer Start (access Point)

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.5 Spectrum analyzer 4.5.2.2 wlan spectrumanalyzer start (Access Point) Description With this command you start measurement with the spectrum analyzer. If you start a new measurement, the previous measurement will be overwritten. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Note When the spectrum analyzer is started, all WLAN connections are terminated on both WLAN interfaces.
  • Page 112: Wlan Spectrumanalyzer Stop (access Point)

    Functions specific to SCALANCE 4.5 Spectrum analyzer 4.5.2.3 wlan spectrumanalyzer stop (Access Point) Description With this command, you stop the recording with the spectrum analyzer . Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement ● The WLAN interface is enabled. ●...
  • Page 113: System Time

    System time This part contains the sections describing how the system time is obtained and the settings. System time setting This section describes commands relevant for the configuration of the system time. 5.1.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show"...
  • Page 114: Show Dst Info

    System time 5.1 System time setting 5.1.1.2 show dst info Description This command shows all the entries for daylight saving time stored on the device. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 115: Time

    System time 5.1 System time setting 5.1.2.1 time Description With this command, you configure the way in which the system time is obtained. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: time{manual|ntp|sntp|SINEC} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter...
  • Page 116: Time Dst Date

    System time 5.1 System time setting Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: time set hh:mm:ss <day (1-31)> {january|february|march|april|may|june|july|august|september|october|november|decembe <year (2000 - 2035)> The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Time of day Hour, minute, second each sepa- hh:mm:ss rated by ":"...
  • Page 117: Time Dst Recurring

    System time 5.1 System time setting The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the entry maximum 16 characters name Year 1900 ... 2099 year Keyword for the start of daylight saving begin time.
  • Page 118: No Time Dst

    System time 5.1 System time setting The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the entry maximum 16 characters name Keyword for the start of daylight saving begin time. Calendar week in a month 1 ...
  • Page 119: Ntp Client

    System time 5.2 NTP client NTP client This section describes commands relevant for configuration of the NTP client. 5.2.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode.
  • Page 120: Ntp

    System time 5.2 NTP client 5.2.2.1 Description With this command, you change to the Network Time Protocol (NTP). Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: Result You are now in the NTP configuration mode.
  • Page 121: Ntp Server

    System time 5.2 NTP client 5.2.3.1 ntp server Description With this command, you configure the connection to a server on the NTP client. Requirement You are in the NTP configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-ntp)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: ntp server{ipv4 <ip_addr>...
  • Page 122: No Ntp Server

    System time 5.2 NTP client 5.2.3.2 no ntp server Description With this command, you delete the connection to a server on the NTP client. Requirement You are in the NTP configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-ntp)# Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: no ntp server Result...
  • Page 123: Sntp Client

    System time 5.3 SNTP client Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: ntp time diff <(+/-hh:mm)> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Time zones to the west of the NTP server time zone Time zones to the east of the NTP server time zone Number of hours difference Number of minutes difference Enter the number of hours and number of minutes with two digits each.
  • Page 124: Show Sntp Broadcast-mode Status

    System time 5.3 SNTP client 5.3.1.1 show sntp broadcast-mode status Description This command shows the current configuration of the broadcast mode of SNTP. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 125: Show Sntp Unicast-mode Status

    System time 5.3 SNTP client 5.3.1.3 show sntp unicast-mode status Description This command shows the current configuration of the unicast mode of SNTP. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 126: Commands In The Sntp Configuration Mode

    System time 5.3 SNTP client Syntax Call the command without parameters: sntp Result You are now in the SNTP configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-sntp)# Further notes You exit the SNTP configuration modewith the command. exit 5.3.3 Commands in the SNTP configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the SNTP configuration mode.
  • Page 127: Sntp Time Diff

    System time 5.3 SNTP client 5.3.3.1 sntp time diff Description With this command, you configure the time difference of the system time relative to the UTC time. Requirement ● The SNTP server must have started up. ● You are in the SNTP Configuration mode. The command prompt is: cli(config-sntp)# Syntax...
  • Page 128: Sntp Unicast-server

    System time 5.3 SNTP client 5.3.3.2 sntp unicast-server Description With this command, you configure an SNTP unicast server. Requirement ● The addressing mode of the SNTP client is configured as "unicast". ● You are in the SNTP Configuration mode. The command prompt is: cli(config-sntp)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters:...
  • Page 129: No Sntp Unicast-server

    System time 5.3 SNTP client 5.3.3.3 no sntp unicast-server Description With this command, you delete the attributes for an SNTP unicast server and reset the address. Requirement You are in the SNTP configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-sntp)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters:...
  • Page 130 System time 5.3 SNTP client Requirement ● The SNTP client is activated. ● You are in the SNTP Configuration mode. The command prompt is: cli(config-sntp)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: sntp client addressing-mode{unicast|broadcast} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note...
  • Page 131: Network Structures

    Network structures WLAN This section describes commands for configuring and managing wireless LANs (WLANs). Some commands are available only in the "access point" or in the "client" mode. In these cases, the titles have the term access point or client added to them. Example: wlan mode ●...
  • Page 132: Show Wlan Allowed Channels

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note WLAN interface Enter a valid interface. wlan 0/X For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 25)". Result The following settings are displayed: ●...
  • Page 133: Show Wlan Antennas

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 25)". Result The list of wireless channels available for establishing a wireless link to the relevant WLAN interface is displayed. 6.1.1.3 show wlan antennas Description...
  • Page 134: Show Wlan Ap (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.1.4 show wlan ap (access point) Description The command displays the configuration parameters of the access point. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 135: Show Wlan Advanced-11n

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.1.5 show wlan advanced-11n Description The command shows the 802.11n configuration. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan advanced-11n <wlan 0/X>...
  • Page 136: Show Wlan Basic

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan available-ap-list <wlan 0/X> [connected] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description...
  • Page 137: Show Wlan Client (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan basic <wlan 0/X> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note WLAN interface Enter a valid interface. wlan 0/X For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 25)".
  • Page 138: Show Wlan Client-list (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan client <wlan 0/X> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note WLAN interface Enter a valid interface. wlan 0/X For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 25)".
  • Page 139: Show Wlan Client-list-vap (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan client-list [wlan 0/X [{mac <macaddr> | sys <sysname> | AID}]] The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note WLAN interface Enter a valid interface.
  • Page 140: Show Wlan Data Rates (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note VAP interface Enter a valid interface. vapX 0/Y Connection ID of the client. For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 25)".
  • Page 141: Show Wlan Device

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Result The configured data transmission speeds for the corresponding WLAN interface are displayed in the form of a table. The display of the tables depends on the selected frequency band and the transmission standard. 6.1.1.12 show wlan device Description This command shows the WLAN basic configuration for the SCALANCE W700 device, for example the mode (access point or client).
  • Page 142: Show Wlan Overlap-ap-list (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.1.13 show wlan overlap-ap-list (access point) Description This command shows all access points that are visible on the set or adjacent channels (at 2.4 GHz). If entries exist here, the maximum data throughput of the access point will be restricted.
  • Page 143: Show Wlan Overview

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.1.14 show wlan overview Description The command shows configuration of the SCALANCE W700 device. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: show wlan overview...
  • Page 144 Network structures 6.1 WLAN Result The configuration of the SCALANCE W700 device is displayed. The content depends on the operating mode that is set. ● Access point: – Radio – WLAN mode – Configured Channel – Alternative DFS channel – Operative channel –...
  • Page 145: Show Wlan Statistics

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.1.15 show wlan statistics Description This command shows the following statistics. ● how many bad frames were received or sent per WLAN interface. ● how many frames were sent per VAP interface. ● how many frames were received per VAP interface. In access point mode, the following additional statistics are available: ●...
  • Page 146: Show Wlan Ssid-table (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.1.16 show wlan ssid-table (client) Description This command shows a table with the SSIDs of the access points to which the client device can establish a wireless link. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.
  • Page 147: Show Wlan Vap (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.1.17 show wlan vap (access point) Description This command shows the configuration of the VAP interface. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 148: Show Wlan Wds (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.1.18 show wlan wds (access point) Description This command shows the configuration of the WDS interface. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 149: Show Wlan Wds-list (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.1.19 show wlan wds-list (access point) Description This command shows the WDS partners connected to the WLAN interface. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 150: Clear Wlan Statistics

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show wlan ip-mapping Result The IP mapping table is displayed. 6.1.2 clear wlan statistics Description...
  • Page 151: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.3 Commands in the global configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode. In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the command to change to this mode. configure terminal Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 152: Commands In The Wlan Configuration Mode

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.4 Commands in the WLAN configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN configuration mode. In the Global Configuration mode, enter the command to change to this mode. wlan Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the WLAN configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 153: Commit Mode

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Further notes You display the settings for the mode with the command. show wlan device See also show wlan device (Page 141) 6.1.4.2 commit mode Description With this command, you specify when the modified WLAN settings become effective on the SCALANCE W700 device.
  • Page 154: Commit Wlan-settings

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.4.3 commit wlan-settings Description With this command, you confirm modified WLAN settings. The modified WLAN settings are then effective on the SCALANCE W700 device. Requirement ● Manual is set in Commit mode. You are in the WLAN configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-wlan)# Syntax...
  • Page 155: Commands In The Wlan Interface Configuration Mode

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: country { show-countries | code <iso code> } The parameters have the following meaning: Parameters Description Range of values / note Shows a list of the countries that can be show-countries set along with their two-digit ISO codes.
  • Page 156 Network structures 6.1 WLAN Requirement ● The "Allowed channels only" function is enabled. You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan allowed channels{ all | none | {[add][del]} [ 2.4 | 4 | 5 ] <channels>...
  • Page 157: Wlan Allowed Channels Only

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Further notes You display the list of valid channels with the show wlan allowed channels <wlan 0/X> command. The "Allowed channels only" function is activated by the " " wlan allowed channels only command. See also wlan allowed channels only (Page 157) 6.1.5.2 wlan allowed channels only...
  • Page 158: No Wlan Allowed Channels Only

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.3 no wlan allowed channels only Description With this command, you disable the " " function. This is the default Use allowed channels only setting. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 159: Wlan Alternative Channel (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.4 wlan alternative channel (access point) Description If you have activated the DFS function, you specify the alternative channel with this command. If the access point on the current channel discovers a disruption, it switches to the alternative channel.
  • Page 160: Wlan Ampdu

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.5 wlan ampdu Description With this command, you enable the sending of AMPDU data packets. The function is enabled as default. Requirement ● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled. You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 161: No Wlan Ampdu

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.6 no wlan ampdu Description With this command, you disable the sending of AMPDU data packets. If the function is disabled, only AMPDU data packets can be received. Requirement ● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled. You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.
  • Page 162: Wlan Ampdu Frames-limit

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Requirement ● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled. You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan ampdu bytes-limit <bytes(1024-65535)>...
  • Page 163: Wlan Amsdu

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Number of frames that are grouped to- 2...64 frames gether in one AMPDU data packet. Default: 32 Result The number of frames is specified. Further notes You display the setting with the command.
  • Page 164: No Wlan Amsdu

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.10 no wlan amsdu Description With this command, you disable the sending of A-MSDU data packets. If the function is disabled, only A-MSDU data packets can be received. Requirement ● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled. ●...
  • Page 165: Wlan Amsdu Packet-size

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.11 wlan amsdu packet-size Description With this command, you specify the maximum size of the A-MSDU data packet. Requirement ● The IEEE 802.11n transmission standard is enabled. ● You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 166: Wlan Antenna Cable-length

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan antenna additional-attenuation <index (1-X)> <dB(0-70)> The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Antenna connector X = 1 index Attenuation in decibels [dB] 0...70 Default: 0...
  • Page 167: Wlan Antenna Gain-2-4ghz

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note index Antenna connector meter Cable length in meters [m] 0...30 Default: 0 Result The cable length is specified. Further notes You show the set cable length with the command.
  • Page 168: Wlan Antenna Gain-5ghz

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Further notes You show the set antenna gain with the command. show wlan antennas <wlan 0/X> 6.1.5.15 wlan antenna gain-5GHz Description With this command, you specify the antenna gain of the antenna type "User defined" in the 5 GHz frequency band.
  • Page 169: Wlan Antenna Type

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.16 wlan antenna type Description With this command, you specify which antenna type is connected to the relevant antenna connector. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters:...
  • Page 170: Wlan Any Ssid (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.17 wlan any ssid (Client) Description With this command, you enable the "Any SSID" function. This setting is activated as default. In client mode, the SCALANCE W700 attempts to connect to the access point with the best transmission quality and that has suitable security settings.
  • Page 171: No Wlan Any Ssid (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.18 no wlan any ssid (client) Description With this command, you disable the "Any ssid" function. The client attempts to connect to the access point from the SSID list that provides the best transmission quality and on which the "Broadcast SSID"...
  • Page 172: Wlan Background Scan Interval (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.19 wlan background scan interval (client) Description With this command, you specify the Interval at which the client scans for further access points. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 173: Wlan Background Scan Mode (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.20 wlan background scan mode (client) Description With this command, you specify how the client scans for further access points. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 174: Wlan Beacon Interval (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.21 wlan beacon interval (access point) Description With this command, you specify the interval at which the SCALANCE W700 device sends beacons. Beacons are packets that are sent cyclically by an access point to inform clients of its existence.
  • Page 175: Wlan Channel (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.22 wlan channel (Access Point) Description With this command, you specify the channel via which the access point communicates with the client. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 176: Wlan Client Mac Mode (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.23 wlan client mac mode (client) Description With this command, you specify how the MAC address is assigned to the client. This MAC address is used by the client for communication with the access point. Note This command is only available in the client mode.
  • Page 177: Wlan Client Mac Address (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.24 wlan client mac address (client) Description With this command, you specify the MAC address of the client. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement ● The MAC address is assigned to the client manually. You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.
  • Page 178: Wlan Data Rates-11abg Selected Only (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.25 wlan data rates-11abg selected only (access point) Description With this command, you enable the "Use selected data rates only" function. Only the data transmission speeds you specified with the command are used. wlan data rate-11abg Note This command is available only in access point mode.
  • Page 179: No Wlan Data Rates-11abg Selected Only (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.26 no wlan data rates-11abg selected only (access point) Description With this command, you enable / disable the automatic selection of the data transmission speed. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.
  • Page 180: No Wlan Data Rates-11n Selected Only (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# ● The transmission standard IEEE 802.11n or IEEE 802.11n only is set. Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan data rates-11n selected only Result The function is enabled.
  • Page 181: Wlan Data Rate-11abg (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: no wlan data rates-11n selected only Result The function is disabled. The data transmission speed is adapted automatically. Further notes You display the setting with the command. show wlan data rates You enable the function with the command.
  • Page 182 Network structures 6.1 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan data rate-11abg {show-rates | {{add | del} <rate> | all | none} [basic]} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameters Description Shows a list of the available data transmission speeds. show-rates The data transmission speed is assigned to the WLAN interface entered in the <...
  • Page 183: Wlan Data Rate-11n (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.30 wlan data rate-11n (access point) Description With this command, you assign data transmission speeds to the required WLAN interface. The access point will then use only the selected data transmission speeds for communication with the clients. Note This command is available only in access point mode.
  • Page 184: Wlan Data Rate-11abg Defaults (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Further notes You display the setting with the command. show wlan data rates You enable the function with the command. wlan data rates-11n selected only You configure the transmission standard with the command. wlan mode 6.1.5.31 wlan data rate-11abg defaults (access point) Description You can reset the selection to the default setting with this command.
  • Page 185: Wlan Data Rate-11n Defaults (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.32 wlan data rate-11n defaults (Access Point) Description You can reset the selection to the default setting with this command. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# ●...
  • Page 186: Wlan Dfs

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.33 wlan dfs Description With this command, you enable the "DFS(802.11h)" function. If the access point discovers a disruption on the current channel, for example due to a radar device, it automatically switches to an alternative channel. Requirement ●...
  • Page 187: No Wlan Dfs

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.34 no wlan dfs Description With this command, you disable the "DFS" function. This setting is activated as default. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment:...
  • Page 188: No Wlan Dfs Prefer-configured-channel

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Requirement ● DFS is enabled. ● The access point does not select the channel automatically. ● You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan dfs prefer-configured-channel Result...
  • Page 189: Wlan Dfs Multi-radar-detection

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Further notes You display the setting with the command. show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X> You enable the function with the command. wlan dfs prefer-configured-channel 6.1.5.37 wlan dfs multi-radar-detection Description When an access point detects a radar signal it distributes this information to all access points that it reaches directly via Ethernet..
  • Page 190: No Wlan Dfs Multi-radar-detection

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.38 no wlan dfs multi-radar-detection Description With this command you disable access points exchanging information about radar signals among themselves and verifying them. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment:...
  • Page 191: Wlan Ssid-table Edit (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan dtim <1-15> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameters Description Range of values / note...
  • Page 192: Wlan Force Roaming Eth-down (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN The parameters have the following meaning: Parameters Description Range of values / note Index entry in the SSID list 1...8 index Entry is used enable Entry is not used Default disable Entry is deleted. The delete ssid rameter is ignored.
  • Page 193: No Wlan Force Roaming Eth-down (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: wlan force roaming eth-down Result The function is enabled. Further notes You display the setting with the command. show wlan advanced <wlan 0/X> You disable the function with the command.
  • Page 194: Wlan Fragmentation Threshold

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.43 wlan fragmentation threshold Description With this command, you specify the maximum packet size transferred on the wireless link. Large packets are divided up into small packets prior to transmission and then reassembled into the original size after they have been received. Requirement ●...
  • Page 195: Wlan Frequency Band (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.44 wlan frequency band (access point) Description With this command, you specify the frequency band for the WLAN interface. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 196: Wlan Frequency Band (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.45 wlan frequency band (client) Description With this command, you specify the frequency band for the WLAN interface. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 197: Wlan Guard Interval (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.46 wlan guard interval (access point) Description With this command, you specify the send pause that must be kept to between two transferred OFDM symbols. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement ●...
  • Page 198: Wlan Ht Channel Width (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.47 wlan ht channel width (access point) Description With this command, you specify the channel bandwidth. With IEEE 802.11n, data can be transferred via two directly neighboring channels (channel bonding). The two 20 MHz channels are put together to form one channel with 40 MHz channel bandwidth Note This command is available only in access point mode.
  • Page 199: Wlan Hw-retries

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.48 wlan hw-retries Description With this command, you specify the number of retries. The hardware repetition is performed by the WLAN chip itself when it tries to repeat an unacknowledged packet immediately. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 200: Wlan Mode (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Using the command, check whether or not the current WLAN settings show wlan basic violate the permitted transmit power restrictions ( ) of the selected country. TX Power Check Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 201: Wlan Mode (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan mode { show-modes |<mode>} The parameter has the following meaning: Parameters Description Range of values / note Lists the transmission standards. -- show-modes Value corresponding to a specif- mode •...
  • Page 202 Network structures 6.1 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan mode { show-modes | [2.4 | 5] <mode>} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameters Description Range of values / note Lists the transmission standards. show- modes Optional.
  • Page 203: Wlan Outdoor

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.52 wlan outdoor Description With this command, you enable the outdoor mode. In outdoor mode, the selection of country- dependent channels and the transmit power for operation are restricted for outdoor use. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 204: Wlan Overlap-ap Aging (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Result The indoor mode is enabled or the outdoor mode is disabled. Further notes You display the setting with the command. show wlan basic <wlan 0/X> You enable the outdoor mode with the command. wlan outdoor See also wlan outdoor (Page 203) 6.1.5.54...
  • Page 205: Wlan Roaming Threshold (client)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.55 wlan roaming threshold (client) Description With this command, you specify the threshold after which the client roams to the new access point. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 206: Wlan Rts-cts Threshold

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.5.56 wlan rts-cts threshold Description With this command, you specify the packet size starting at which RTS/CTS (Request To Send/Clear To Send) will be used. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wlan-0-X)# Syntax...
  • Page 207: Vap Wds Id (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.6.1 vap wds id (access point) Description With this command, you set the WDS ID for the relevant VAP interface. To establish a WDS connection, enter this WDS ID on the WDS partner. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.
  • Page 208: Vap Ssid (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.6.2 vap ssid (access point) Description With this command, you configure the SSID for the relevant VAP interface. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)# Syntax...
  • Page 209: Vap Broadcast Ssid (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.6.3 vap broadcast ssid (access point) Description With this command, you enable the "Broadcast SSID" function. The SSID is sent in the frame of the access point and is visible for other SCALANCE W700 devices. This means that clients on which the "Any SSID"...
  • Page 210: No Vap Broadcast Ssid (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.6.4 no vap broadcast ssid (access point) Description With this command, you disable the "Broadcast SSID" function. The SSID is no longer sent in the frame of the access point. This means that the SSID is not visible for other SCALANCE W700 devices.
  • Page 211: Vap Wds Only (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.6.5 vap wds only (access point) Description With this command, you specify that the access point only supports communication via WDS. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)# Syntax...
  • Page 212: No Vap Wds Only (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.6.6 no vap wds only (access point) Description With this command, you specify that the access point supports not only communication via WDS. This setting is activated as default. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.
  • Page 213: Commands In The Wds Interface Configuration Mode

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.7 Commands in the WDS Interface Configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the WDS Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available. In the Global Configuration mode, enter the command to change to this interface wdsX 0/Y mode.
  • Page 214: Wds Partner Mac (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN Further notes You display the setting with the command. show wlan wds <wdsX 0/Y> See also wds partner mac (access point) (Page 214) wds partner wds-id (access point) (Page 215) 6.1.7.2 wds partner mac (access point) Description With this command, you enter the MAC address of the WDS partner.
  • Page 215: Wds Partner Wds-id (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.7.3 wds partner wds-id (access point) Description With this command, you enter the WDS ID of the WDS partner. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode for the WDS interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wdsX-0-Y)# Syntax...
  • Page 216: Wds Connection Over (access Point)

    Network structures 6.1 WLAN 6.1.7.4 wds connection over (access point) Description With this command, you specify the VAP interface via which the WDS connection is established. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode for the WDS interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-wdsX-0-Y)# Syntax...
  • Page 217: Vlan

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN VLAN This section describes commands for configuring and managing virtual networks (VLANs). 6.2.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode.
  • Page 218: Show Mac-address-table

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN If you do not select any parameter from the parameter list, the entries are displayed for all available interfaces. Result The entries are displayed. 6.2.1.2 show mac-address-table Description This command shows the table with the static and dynamic unicast MAC addresses and multicast MAC addresses.
  • Page 219: Show Mac-address-table Count

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.1.3 show mac-address-table count Description With this command, you show the number of MAC addresses for all or a selected VLAN. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 220: Show Vlan

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show mac-address-table dynamic unicast[vlan<vlan-range>] [address<aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:aa>][{interface<interface-type> <interface-id>}] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Keyword for a VLAN or VLAN range vlan Number of the addressed VLAN or VLAN range 1 ...
  • Page 221: Show Vlan Device Info

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show vlan[brief|id<vlan-range>|summary] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Shows brief information about all brief VLANs Keyword for a VLAN or VLAN range Number of the addressed VLAN or 1 ...
  • Page 222: Show Vlan Learning Params

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.1.7 show vlan learning params Description This command shows the parameters for the automatic learning of addresses for selected or all VLANs (active and inactive VLANs). Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 223: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show vlan port config[{port<interface-type><interface-id>}] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Keyword for a port port Type of interface Enter a valid interface. interface-type Module no.
  • Page 224: No Mac-address-table Aging

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN Syntax Call the command without parameters: mac-address-table aging Result The "Aging" function is enabled. Further notes You configure the time with the command. mac-address-table aging-time You disable the "Aging" function with the command. no mac-address-table aging 6.2.2.2 no mac-address-table aging Description...
  • Page 225: Vlan

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.2.3 vlan Description With this command, you create a VLAN on the device and change to the VLAN configuration mode. Note The device supports up to 2 virtual networks. In the provider backbone bridge mode, this command is used to create user, service and backbone VLANs.
  • Page 226: No Vlan

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.2.4 no vlan Description With this command, you delete a VLAN on the device. Requirement ● The VLAN must not be assigned to a physical port. ● You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameter:...
  • Page 227: Base Bridge-mode

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.2.5 base bridge-mode Description With this command, you configure whether or not the device is configured as a bridge according to IEEE 802.1D for the Spanning Tree protocol or according to IEEE 802.1Q for a virtual bridged LAN. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode.
  • Page 228: Mgmt Vlan

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.2.6 mgmt vlan Description With this command, you change the agent VLAN ID. You can only use VLANs that have already been configured. Note Changing the agent VLAN ID If the configuration PC is connected directly to the device via Ethernet and you change the agent VLAN ID, the device is no longer reachable via Ethernet following the change.
  • Page 229: Commands In The Interface Configuration Mode

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.3 Commands in the interface configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the interface configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available. In the Global configuration mode, enter the command to change to this mode.
  • Page 230: Switchport Access Vlan

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.3.2 switchport access vlan Description With this command, you assign an VLAN to an interface and configure the port VLAN identifier (PVID) for it. Requirement You are in the Interface configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters:...
  • Page 231: Switchport Ingress-filter

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN Requirement You are in the interface configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: no switchport access vlan Result The setting is reset to the default value. Further notes You configure the setting with the command.
  • Page 232: No Switchport Ingress-filter

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.3.5 no switchport ingress-filter Description With this command, you disable the ingress filter. Requirement You are in the Interface configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: no switchport ingress-filter Result The ingress filter is deactivated.
  • Page 233: No Switchport Priority Default

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: switchport priority default <0-7> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Value for the priority default 0 ... 7 Default: 0 Result The setting for the default priority of the interface is configured.
  • Page 234: Switchport Pvid

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.3.8 switchport pvid Description With this command, you assign an interface to a VLAN and configure the port VLAN identifier (PVID) for it. If a received frame has no VLAN tag, it has a tag added with the VLAN ID specified here and is sent according to the switch rules for the port.
  • Page 235: No Switchport Pvid

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.3.9 no switchport pvid Description With this command, you reset the setting for the port VLAN identifier (PVID) for an interface to the default value. The default value is 1. Requirement You are in the Interface configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax...
  • Page 236: Name

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.4.1 name Description With this command, you assign a name to the VLAN. Requirement You are in the VLAN Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-vlan-$$$)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: name <vlan-name>...
  • Page 237: Ports

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN Syntax Call the command without parameters: no name Result The name of the VLAN is deleted. Further notes You assign the VLAN a name with the command name 6.2.4.3 ports Description With this command, you generate a static VLAN entry that specifies the use of the ports. Here, you configure the following types of ports: ●...
  • Page 238 Network structures 6.2 VLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: ports [<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>] [<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>] untagged<interface-type> <0/a-b,0/c,...> [<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>] [all] forbidden<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...> [<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>] [name<vlan-name>] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Type or speed of the interface interface-type •...
  • Page 239: No Ports

    Network structures 6.2 VLAN 6.2.4.4 no ports Description With this command, you reset the ports for a VLAN. Requirement You are in the VLAN Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-vlan-$$$)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no ports [<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>] [<interface-type><0/a-b,0/c,...>]...
  • Page 240 Network structures 6.2 VLAN For information on identifiers of addresses and interfaces, refer to the section "Interface identifiers and addresses (Page 25)". Result The ports are reset. Further notes You display details of the function with the command. show vlan You reset the setting with the command.
  • Page 241: Spanning Tree

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Spanning Tree The Spanning Tree Protocol is used to monitor a LAN for redundant connections. These are blocked and reactivated when necessary if there are changes to the network topology. This section describes the commands of the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), the Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) and the Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP).
  • Page 242: Show Spanning-tree Active

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show spanning-tree [{summary|blockedports|pathcost method}] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Shows a summary summary Shows the blocked ports blockedports Shows whether 16-bit (short) or 32 bit (long) values are used in the calcula- pathcost method tion Result...
  • Page 243: Show Spanning-tree Bridge

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show spanning-tree active [detail] The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Shows settings in detail detail Result The settings for the active ports of the spanning tree function are displayed. 6.3.1.3 show spanning-tree bridge Description...
  • Page 244: Show Spanning-tree Detail

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Result The settings for the spanning tree function of the bridge are displayed. 6.3.1.4 show spanning-tree detail Description This command shows the detailed settings of the spanning tree function. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 245: Show Spanning-tree L2t-edge

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show spanning-tree interface <interface-type><interface-id> [{cost|priority|portfast|rootcost|restricted-role| restricted-tcn|state|stats|detail}] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Type or speed of the interface Enter a valid interface. interface-type Module no.
  • Page 246: Show Spanning-tree Mst Configuration

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameter assignment: show spanning-tree l2t-edge Result The status of the layer 2 tunnel ports is displayed. 6.3.1.7 show spanning-tree mst configuration Description...
  • Page 247: Show Spanning-tree Mst Interface

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.1.8 show spanning-tree mst interface Description This command shows port-specific settings of a Multiple Spanning Tree configuration. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 248: Show Spanning-tree Root

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.1.9 show spanning-tree root Description This command shows the settings of the root bridge for the spanning tree function. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 249: Clear Spanning-tree Counters

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.2 clear spanning-tree counters Description With this command, you reset all the statistical counters of the spanning tree function at the device and port level. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 250: No Spanning-tree

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree With this command, you enable the spanning tree function. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: spanning-tree Result The spanning tree function is enabled. Further notes As default the function is "enabled".
  • Page 251: Spanning-tree Compatibility

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Result The spanning tree function is disabled. Further notes You enable the spanning tree function with the command. spanning-tree You can display the status of this function and other information with the show spanning-tree command. detail You can display information about active ports with the show spanning-tree active...
  • Page 252: No Spanning-tree Compatibility

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Further notes You can reset the setting to the default with the no spanning-tree compatibility command. You can display the status of this function and other information with the show spanning tree command. detail You can display information about active ports with the show spanning tree active command.
  • Page 253: Spanning-tree L2t-auto-edge

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.3.5 spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge Description This command specifies that at all layer 2 tunnel ports it should be automatically detected whether or not an end device is connected. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax...
  • Page 254: Spanning-tree L2t-edge

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Result The automatic discovery of a bridge on the interface is disabled. Further notes You enable the automatic detection with the command. spanning-tree l2t-auto-edge You can display the status of this function with the command. show spanning-tree l2t-edge 6.3.3.7 spanning-tree l2t-edge...
  • Page 255: No Spanning-tree L2t-edge

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.3.8 no spanning-tree l2t-edge Description With this command, you disable the setting that an end device may be located at a layer 2 tunnel port. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameters:...
  • Page 256: Spanning-tree Mst Instance-id Root

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Syntax Call the command without parameters: spanning-tree mst configuration Result You are now in the MSTP configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)# Further notes You exit the MSTP configuration mode with the command.
  • Page 257: No Spanning-tree Mst Instance-id Root

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree mst{instance-id<instance-id(1-64)>}root{primary|secondary} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Keyword for the instance instance-id Number of the instance 1 ... 64 instance-id The priority of the device is set to a low value so that the The priority is set to the...
  • Page 258: Spanning-tree Mst Max-hops

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree mst{instance-id<instance-id(1-64)>}root The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Keyword for the instance instance-id Number of the instance 1 ... 64 instance-id Result The "root bridge"...
  • Page 259: No Spanning-tree Mst Max-hops

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Result The setting for the maximum number of hops is configured. Further notes You can reset the setting for the maximum number of nodes to the default with the command. spanning-tree mst max-hops You display this setting and other information with the show spanning tree mst command.
  • Page 260: Spanning-tree Priority

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.3.14 spanning-tree priority Description With this command, you configure the priority of the device. Which device becomes the root bridge is decided based on the priority. The bridge with the highest priority becomes the root bridge.
  • Page 261: No Spanning-tree Priority

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.3.15 no spanning-tree priority Description With this command, you reset the priority of the device back to the default value. The default value is 32768. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters:...
  • Page 262: Time Settings For The Spanning Tree Protocol

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.3.16 Time settings for the Spanning Tree protocol spanning-tree Description With this command, you configure the various time settings of the spanning tree function: ● With the option, you configure the time after which a port changes its forward-time spanning tree status from "Blocking"...
  • Page 263 Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Note Dependencies when setting the timing If you specify the time settings for spanning tree, you need to keep to the following two rules: • 2 * ( - 1) ≥ forward-time max-age ≥ 2 * ( + 1) •...
  • Page 264: Commands In The Interface Configuration Mode

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no spanning-tree{forward-time|hello-time|max-age} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Time after which a port changes its spanning tree status from "Blocking" to forward-time "Forwarding" Time after which the bridge sends its configuration frames (BPDUs) hello-time Time after which the information of the BPDUs becomes invalid max-age...
  • Page 265: Spanning-tree

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.4.1 spanning-tree Description With this command, you configure the various properties of the spanning tree function: ● With the option, you configure the port costs used to calculate the lowest-cost path. cost ● With the option, you disable the interface for the spanning tree function.
  • Page 266 Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Parameter Description Range of values / note Connection status of the following link-type • point-to-point network segment • shared Default: • point-to-point The connection is configured full-duplex • shared in all other cases Enables the PortFast function portfast Default: disabled Priority of the interface...
  • Page 267: No Spanning-tree

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.4.2 no spanning-tree Description With this command, you reset the various properties of the spanning tree function to the default value: The default values are as follows: Parameter Default value if dynamic calculation of the path costs is not enabled: cost 200000 for physical interfaces •...
  • Page 268: Spanning-tree Auto-edge

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Note Configure multiple properties With each call of the command, you can configure precisely one property. If you want to configure several properties, call the command several times. Result The selected setting was reset to the default value. Further notes You configure the setting with the command (properties).
  • Page 269: No Spanning-tree Auto-edge

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.4.4 no spanning-tree auto-edge Description With this command, you disable automatic discovery of a bridge connected to the interface. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: no spanning-tree auto-edge Result...
  • Page 270: Spanning-tree Bpdu-receive

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note The transfer of BPDU packets is disa- Default: disabled disable bled for the port The transfer of BPDU packets is ena- enable bled for the port Result The BPDU transmit status is configured.
  • Page 271: Spanning-tree Bpdu-transmit

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.4.7 spanning-tree bpdu-transmit Description With this command, you enable or disable the BPDU transmit status at the port. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree bpdu-transmit{enabled|disabled} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter...
  • Page 272 Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: spanning-tree mst<instance-id(1-64)> {cost(0-200000000)|port-priority (0-240)|disable} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Number of the addressed instance...
  • Page 273: No Spanning-tree Mst

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.4.9 no spanning-tree mst Description With this command, you reset the various properties of the Multiple Spanning Tree function to the default value. The default values are as follows: Parameter Default value cost 200000 for physical interfaces •...
  • Page 274: Spanning-tree Mst Hello-time

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Further notes You configure the setting with the command (properties). spanning-tree mst You display these settings and other information with the commands that start with show spanning tree ... 6.3.4.10 spanning-tree mst hello-time Description With this command, you configure the Hello time after which the bridge sends its configuration frames (BPDUs).
  • Page 275: No Spanning-tree Mst Hello-time

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.4.11 no spanning-tree mst hello-time Description With this command, you reset the hello time after which the bridge sends its configuration BPDUs to the default value. The default value is 2 seconds. Requirement You are in the interface configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax...
  • Page 276: Instance

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Requirements for changing to this mode: ● MSTP is enabled ● Base bridge mode: 802.1Q VLAN Bridge ● Compatibility mode: MSTP 6.3.5.1 instance Description With this command, you assign a range of VLANs to an MST instance. Requirement You are in the MSTP configuration mode.
  • Page 277: No Instance

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.5.2 no instance Description With this command, you cancel the assignment of a VLAN to an MST instance or delete the MST instance. Requirement You are in the MSTP Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters:...
  • Page 278: Name

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree 6.3.5.3 name Description With this command, you configure a name for the MST region. Requirement You are in the MSTP Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: name <region-name>...
  • Page 279: Revision

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Requirement You are in the MSTP Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-mst)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: no name Result The name is reset to the default value. Further notes You configure the name of the MST region with the command.
  • Page 280: No Revision

    Network structures 6.3 Spanning Tree Result The MST region is assigned a revision number. Further notes You delete a revision number with the command. no revision You display this setting and other information with the show spanning tree mst command. configuration 6.3.5.6 no revision...
  • Page 281: Network Protocols

    Network protocols This part contains the sections that describe the commands for working with the various network protocols. IPv4 protocol This section describes commands of the Internet Protocol (IP) version 4. 7.1.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show"...
  • Page 282: Show Dcp Server

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show dcp forwarding [port<interface-type><interface-id>] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Keyword for a an interface description port Type or speed of the interface Enter a valid interface.
  • Page 283: Show Ip Route

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.1.3 show ip route Description This command shows the routes currently being used. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show ip route[{<ip-address>[<mask>]|connected|static}]...
  • Page 284: Show Ip Telnet

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.1.4 show ip telnet Description This command shows the admin status and the port number of the Telnet server. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 285: Show Ip Dns Cache

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.1.6 show ip dns cache Description This command shows the content of the DNS cache. The DNS cache buffers replies of the DNS server for a brief time. This allows other queries for the same name to be replied to directly without sending another query to the DNS server.
  • Page 286: Show Ip Dns Statistics

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol Result The table with the information about the DNS servers is displayed. 7.1.1.8 show ip dns statistics Description This command shows DNS statistics. It provides information about the type and number of queries to the DNS server. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.
  • Page 287: Telnet-server

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.2.1 telnet-server Description With this command, you enable the Telnet server. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: telnet-server As default the function is "enabled". Result The Telnet server is enabled.
  • Page 288: Ip Echo-reply

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.2.3 ip echo-reply Description To check the availability of a network node, packets of the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) can be sent to it. These packets of type 8 request the recipient to send a packet back to the sender (echo reply).
  • Page 289: Ip Route

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.2.5 ip route Description With this command, you configure a static entry in the IP routing table. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: ip route <gateway>...
  • Page 290: Dcp Server

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no ip route <gateway> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Specifies the IP address of the gateway. Specify a valid IP address. gateway Result The entry is deleted.
  • Page 291: No Dcp Server

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.2.8 no dcp server Description With this command, you disable the DCP server. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: no dcp server Result The DCP server is disabled.
  • Page 292: No Ip Domain Lookup

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol Result The DNS client of the device is enabled and when necessary sends queries to the DNS server. 7.1.2.10 no ip domain lookup Description This command disables the DNS client of the device. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax...
  • Page 293: No Ip Name Server

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: ip name-server ipv4 <ucast_addr> [index <id(1-3)>] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Keyword for IPv4 ipv4 IP address of the DNS server Enter a valid IP address ucast_addr Keyword for the index...
  • Page 294: Ip Domain Used Server

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.2.13 ip domain used server Description This command specifies which DNS server the device uses. Note Only resource records of type A (IPv4 address of a host) are supported. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax...
  • Page 295: Commands In The Interface Configuration Mode

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.3 Commands in the interface configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the interface configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available. In the Global configuration mode, enter the command to change to this mode.
  • Page 296: No Ip Address

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol Result The IP address is assigned to the VLAN interface. Note Effectiveness of the command The command is effective immediately. If you configure the interface via which you access the device, the connection will be lost! Further notes You delete the settings with the command.
  • Page 297: Ip Address Dhcp

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol Result The assignment of the IP address to a VLAN interface is deleted and DHCP is disabled. Note Effectiveness of the command The command is effective immediately. If you configure the interface via which you access the device, you can lose the connection! Further notes You configure the setting with the command.
  • Page 298: Dcp Forwarding

    Network protocols 7.1 IPv4 protocol 7.1.3.4 dcp forwarding Description With this command, you configure the forwarding behavior of the interface for DCP frames. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-if-$$$)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: dcp forwarding {block|forward} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter...
  • Page 299: Dhcp Client

    Network protocols 7.2 DHCP client DHCP client This section describes commands of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). 7.2.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode.
  • Page 300: Renew Dhcp

    Network protocols 7.2 DHCP client Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show ip dhcp client Result The configuration settings of the DHCP client are displayed. 7.2.2 renew dhcp Description...
  • Page 301: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Network protocols 7.2 DHCP client Result The IP address is assigned again. This address can be a different address from the previously assigned address. Further notes You can display the statistical information of the DHCP client with the show ip dhcp client command.
  • Page 302: No Ip Dhcp Config-file-request

    Network protocols 7.2 DHCP client Result The DHCP config file request option is enabled. Further notes You disable the DHCP config file request option with the no ip dhcp config-file-request command. 7.2.3.2 no ip dhcp config-file-request Description With this command, you disable the DHCP config file request option. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode.
  • Page 303: Dhcp Server

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: ip dhcp client mode {mac|client-id<client-id>|sysname} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note The client registers with its MAC address The client registers with the assigned ID client-id Name of the assigned ID...
  • Page 304: Show Ip Dhcp-server Pools

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.1.1 show ip dhcp-server pools Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description The command shows the DHCP server configuration of a specific IPv4 address band or all...
  • Page 305: Show Ip Dhcp-server Bindings

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.1.2 show ip dhcp-server bindings Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description This command shows the current assignments of IPv4 addresses of the DHCP server.
  • Page 306: Ip Dhcp-server

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.2.1 ip dhcp-server Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command, you enable the DHCP server on the device.
  • Page 307: No Ip Dhcp-server

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.2.2 no ip dhcp-server Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command, you disable the DHCP server on the device.
  • Page 308: Ip Dhcp-server Icmp-probe

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.2.3 ip dhcp-server icmp-probe Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command, you enable the "Probe address with ICMP Echo before offer"...
  • Page 309: No Ip Dhcp-server Icmp-probe

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.2.4 no ip dhcp-server icmp-probe Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command, you disable the "Probe address with ICMP Echo before offer"...
  • Page 310: Ip Dhcp-server Pool

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.2.5 ip dhcp-server pool Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command, you have three options of changing to the DHCPPOOL configuration...
  • Page 311: No Ip Dhcp-server Pool

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server Result The ID of the addressed IPv4 address band is configured. You are now in the DHCPPOOL Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)# Further notes You exit the DHCPPOOL configuration mode with the command.
  • Page 312: Commands In The Dhcppool Configuration Mode

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.3 Commands in the DHCPPOOL configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the DHCPPOOL Configuration mode. In the Global Configuration mode, enter the command to change to this ip dhcp-server pool mode.
  • Page 313: Network

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server Result The time is configured. Further notes You display the setting with the command. show ip dhcp-server pools 7.3.3.2 network Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) •...
  • Page 314: Option (ip Address)

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Start of the IPv4 address band Enter a valid IPv4 address. lower-IP End of the IPv4 address band Enter a valid IPv4 address. upper-IP Subnet mask of the corresponding Enter a valid subnet mask...
  • Page 315 Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-dhcp-pool-<ID>)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: option <option-code> { <ip-address-list> | int-ip } The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Code of the DHCP option option-code 3 - Router...
  • Page 316: Option Value-hex

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.3.4 option value-hex Note The command is only available when the following requirements are met: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ45 (article no.: 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00- 0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) •...
  • Page 317: Option Value-string

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server You delete the DHCP option with the command. no option 7.3.3.5 option value-string Note The command is only available when the following requirements are met: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ45 (article no.: 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00- 0AB0 (US version)) •...
  • Page 318: No Option

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.3.6 no option Note The command is only available when the following requirements are met: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ45 (article no.: 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00- 0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) •...
  • Page 319: Pool-enable

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.3.7 pool-enable Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command you specify that this IPv4 address band will be used.
  • Page 320: No Pool-enable

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.3.8 no pool-enable Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command you specify that this IPv4 address band will not be used.
  • Page 321: Set-interface

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.3.9 set-interface Note The command is only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) Description With this command, you specify the interface via which the IPv4 addresses are dynamically assigned.
  • Page 322: Static-lease Mac

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server 7.3.3.10 static-lease mac Note The command is only available when the following requirements are met: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ45 (article no.: 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00- 0AB0 (US version)) • SCALANCE W761-1 RJ45 in access point mode (article number): 6GK5761-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5761-1FC00-0AB0 (US version)) •...
  • Page 323: No Static-lease

    Network protocols 7.3 DHCP server Result The assignment is specified. Further notes You display the setting with the command. show ip dhcp dhcp-server bindings You disable the IPv4 address band with the command. no pool-enable You delete the assignment with the command.
  • Page 324: Snmp

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Parameter Description Range of values / note Keyword for a DHCP client-id client ID Freely definable Enter the required designation. string DHCP client ID Result The assignment is deleted. Further notes You configure the assignment with the command.
  • Page 325: Show Snmp

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.1.1 show snmp Description This command shows the status information of SNMP. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show snmp Result The status information is displayed.
  • Page 326: Show Snmp Engineid

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.1.3 show snmp engineID Description This command shows the SNMP identification number of the device. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters:...
  • Page 327: Show Snmp Group

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.1.5 show snmp group Description This command shows the configured SNMP groups. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show snmp group Result The configured SNMP groups are displayed.
  • Page 328: Show Snmp Inform Statistics

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.1.7 show snmp inform statistics Description This command shows the statistics of the Inform Messages. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters:...
  • Page 329: Show Snmp Targetaddr

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.1.9 show snmp targetaddr Description This command shows the configured SNMP target addresses. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show snmp targetaddr Result...
  • Page 330: Show Snmp User

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.1.11 show snmp user Description This command shows the settings for the SNMP user. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show snmp user...
  • Page 331: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.2 Commands in the global configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode. In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the command to change to this mode. configure terminal Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 332: Snmp Agent Version

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: no snmpagent Result The SNMP agent function is disabled. Further notes You enable the SNMP agent function with the command. snmpagent 7.4.2.3 snmp agent version Description With this command, you configure whether all SNMP queries or only SNMPv3 queries are processed.
  • Page 333: Snmp Access

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.2.4 snmp access Description With this command, you configure the access to an SNMP group. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp access <GroupName>{v1|v2c|v3{auth|noauth|priv}} [read <ReadView|none>][write <WriteView|none>][notify <NotifyView|none>] [{volatile|nonvolatile}]...
  • Page 334: No Snmp Access

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Parameter Description Range of values / note Changes can be set as a tag notify • NotifyView Keyword • none Storage type specifies whether the settings remain (volatile): • volatile following a restart The settings are lost after a restart (non-volatile): •...
  • Page 335: Snmp Community Index

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the group to which access is max. 32 characters GroupName deleted Version Selects the version of the protocol • used • •...
  • Page 336: No Snmp Community Index

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Index of the community max. 32 characters CommunityIndex Keyword for the name of the communi- name Name of the community max. 32 characters CommunityName Keyword for the security name security...
  • Page 337: Snmp Filterprofile

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp community index <CommunityIndex> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the community max. 32 characters CommunityIndex Result The details of an SNMP community are deleted.
  • Page 338 Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp filterprofile <profile-name> <OIDTree> [mask<OIDMask>] {included|excluded}[{volatile|nonvolatile}] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the filter profile max. 32 characters profile- name Object ID...
  • Page 339: No Snmp Filterprofile

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.2.9 no snmp filterprofile Description With this command, you delete a filter. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp filterprofile<profile-name><OIDTree>...
  • Page 340: No Snmp Group

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp group <GroupName> user <UserName>security-model{v1|v2c|v3} [{volatile|nonvolatile}] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the group max. 32 characters GroupName Keyword for the user name user Name of the user...
  • Page 341: Snmp Notify

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp group <GroupName> user <UserName>security-model{v1|v2c|v3} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the group max. 32 characters GroupName Keyword for the user name user Name of the user...
  • Page 342: No Snmp Notify

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp notify <NotifyName> tag <TagName> type {Trap|Inform} [{volatile|nonvolatile}]] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the SNMP notification max. 32 characters NotifyName Keyword for a target key Name of the target key...
  • Page 343: Snmp Targetaddr

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no snmp notify <NotifyName> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the notification max.
  • Page 344 Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: snmp targetaddr <TargetAddressName> param <ParamName> {ipv4 <IPAddress> | fqdn-name <FQDN>} [timeout <Seconds(1-1500)] [retries <RetryCount(1-3)] [taglist <TagIdentifier | none>] [{volatile | nonvolatile}] [port <integer (1-65535)>] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note...
  • Page 345: No Snmp Targetaddr

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Further notes You delete the SNMP target address with the command. no snmp targetaddr You display the SNMP target address with the command. show snmp targetaddr You configure the SNMP target parameters with the command. snmp targetparams You display the SNMP target parameters with the command.
  • Page 346 Network protocols 7.4 SNMP snmp targetparams <ParamName> user <UserName> security-model {v1|v2c|v3{auth|noauth|priv}} message-processing {v1|v2c|v3}[{volatile|nonvolatile}] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Name of the SNMP parameter max. 32 characters ParamName Keyword for the user name user Value for the user name max.
  • Page 347: No Snmp Targetparams

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Further notes You delete the SNMP target parameters with the command. no snmp targetparams You display settings of this function with the command. show snmp targetparam You configure the user profile with the command. snmp user You configure a filter with the command.
  • Page 348: Snmp V1-v2 Readonly

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.2.18 snmp v1-v2 readonly Description With this command, you block write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: snmp v1-v2 readonly Result Write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs is blocked.
  • Page 349: Snmp User

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Result Write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs is enabled. Further notes You block write access for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 PDUs with the snmp v1-v2 readonly command. 7.4.2.20 snmp user Description With this command, you configure the details of an SNMP user. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode.
  • Page 350: No Snmp User

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Result The details of the SNMP user are configured. Further notes You delete the settings with the command. no snmp user You display the configured users with the command. show snmp user 7.4.2.21 no snmp user Description With this command, you delete the details of an SNMP user.
  • Page 351: Snmp View

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP 7.4.2.22 snmp view Description With this command, you configure an SNMP view. Requirement ● An SNMP group has been created ● The access to the group is configured with snmp access ● You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is: cli(config)# Syntax...
  • Page 352: No Snmp View

    Network protocols 7.4 SNMP Further notes You delete the view with the command. no snmp view You display the configured view trees with the command. show snmp viewtree You display the SNMP group access rights with the command. show snmp group access You configure the SNMP group access rights with the command.
  • Page 353: Smtp Client

    Network protocols 7.5 SMTP client SMTP client This section describes commands of the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). 7.5.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode.
  • Page 354: Show Events Smtp-port

    Network protocols 7.5 SMTP client Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show events sender email Result The configured e-mail sender address is displayed. 7.5.1.3 show events smtp-port Description...
  • Page 355: Commands In The Events Configuration Mode

    Network protocols 7.5 SMTP client 7.5.2 Commands in the Events configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the EVENTS configuration mode. In the Global configuration mode, enter the command to change to this mode. events Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 356: No Smtp-server

    Network protocols 7.5 SMTP client 7.5.2.2 no smtp-server Description With this command, you delete an SMTP server entry. Requirement You are in the EVENTS configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no smtp-server { ipv4 <ucast_addr>...
  • Page 357: Sender Mail-address

    Network protocols 7.5 SMTP client 7.5.2.3 sender mail-address Description With this command, you configure the e-mail name of the sender. Requirement You are in the EVENTS configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: sender mail-address <mail-address>...
  • Page 358: Smtp-port

    Network protocols 7.5 SMTP client Syntax Call the command without parameters: no sender mail-address Result The e-mail name of the sender is reset. Further notes You configure the e-mail name of the sender with the sender mail-address You display the setting with the command.
  • Page 359: No Smtp-port

    Network protocols 7.6 HTTP server 7.5.2.6 no smtp-port Description With this command, you reset the SMTP port to the default. The default value is 25. Requirement You are in the EVENTS configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: no smtp-port...
  • Page 360: Show Ip Http Server Status

    Network protocols 7.6 HTTP server 7.6.1.1 show ip http server status Description This command shows the status of the HTTP server. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 361: No Ip Http

    Network protocols 7.6 HTTP server Syntax Call the command without parameters: ip http As default the function is "enabled". Result HTTP is enabled on the device. Further notes You can display the setting of this function and other information with the show ip http command.
  • Page 362: Https Server

    Network protocols 7.7 HTTPS server HTTPS server This section describes commands of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS). 7.7.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode.
  • Page 363: Show Ssl Server-cert

    Network protocols 7.8 ARP 7.7.1.2 show ssl server-cert Description This command shows the SSL server certificate. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call the command without parameters: show ssl server-cert Result The SSL server certificate is displayed.
  • Page 364 Network protocols 7.8 ARP Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show ip arp [{Vlan<vlan-id(1-4094)>|<interface-type><interface-id>| <ip-address>|<mac-address>|summary|information}] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description...
  • Page 365: Ssh Server

    Network protocols 7.9 SSH server SSH server This section describes commands of the Secure Shell (SSH) Server. 7.9.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode.
  • Page 366: Ssh-server

    Network protocols 7.9 SSH server 7.9.2.1 ssh-server Description With this command, you enable the SSH protocol on the device. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax Call the command without parameters: ssh-server As default the function is "enabled".
  • Page 367: Load Control

    Load control This part contains the sections describing the functions for controlling and balancing network load. Dynamic MAC aging The section describes commands with which the aging of dynamically learned entries is configured in a MAC address list. 8.1.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings.
  • Page 368: Show Mac-address-table Aging-status

    Load control 8.1 Dynamic MAC aging Syntax Call the command without parameters: show mac-address-table aging-time Result The time is displayed. 8.1.1.2 show mac-address-table aging-status Description This command shows whether or not MAC aging is enabled. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 369: Mac-address-table Aging-time

    Load control 8.1 Dynamic MAC aging 8.1.2.1 mac-address-table aging-time Description With this command, you configure the aging of a dynamically learned entry in the MAC address list. Note Addresses with light data traffic For addresses with low data traffic, it is recommended to enter a higher value for the aging. Requirement You are in the Global configuration mode.
  • Page 370 Load control 8.1 Dynamic MAC aging SCALANCE W760/W720 to IEEE 802.11n Command Line Interface Configuration Manual, 10/2015, C79000-G8976-C351-05...
  • Page 371: Layer 3 Functions

    Layer 3 functions This section describes commands relevant for NAT / NAPT. Note The commands are only available with the following device: • SCALANCE W722-1 RJ-45 (MLFB 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 and 6GK5722-1FC00-0AA0 (US version)) 9.1.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show"...
  • Page 372: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Layer 3 functions 9.1 NAT Syntax Call the command without parameters: show nat Result The configuration and the translation list are displayed. See also nat (Client) (Page 373) nat local ip address (Client) (Page 376) nat interface (Client) (Page 377) nat timeout (Client) (Page 379) 9.1.2 Commands in the global configuration mode...
  • Page 373: Commands In The Nat Configuration Mode

    Layer 3 functions 9.1 NAT Syntax Call the command without parameters: Result You are now in the NAT Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)# Further notes You exit the NAT Configuration mode with the command. exit 9.1.3 Commands in the NAT configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the NAT Configuration mode.
  • Page 374 Layer 3 functions 9.1 NAT Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: nat {tcp|udp} <globalportfrom> [<globalportto>] <localip> <localportfrom> [<localportto>] [{enable|disable}] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Assignment of TCP for the follow- ing global port Assignment of UDP for the follow- ing global port...
  • Page 375: No Nat (client)

    Layer 3 functions 9.1 NAT 9.1.3.2 no nat (Client) Note This command is only available in the client mode. Description With this command, you delete an entry from the translation list. Note This command is only available in the client mode Requirement You are now in the NAT Configuration mode.
  • Page 376: Nat Local Ip Address (client)

    Layer 3 functions 9.1 NAT Further notes You show the NAT configuration and the translation list with the command. show nat You configure entries with the command. See also show nat (Client) (Page 371) 9.1.3.3 nat local ip address (Client) Note This command is only available in the client mode.
  • Page 377: Nat Interface (client)

    Layer 3 functions 9.1 NAT Further notes You show the NAT configuration and the translation list with the command. show nat See also show nat (Client) (Page 371) 9.1.3.4 nat interface (Client) Note This command is only available in the client mode. Description With this command, you enable NAT for the Ethernet interface.
  • Page 378: No Nat Interface (client)

    Layer 3 functions 9.1 NAT Further notes You disable NAT with the command. no nat interface You configure the MAC mode with the command. wlan client mac mode You show the NAT configuration and the translation list with the command. show nat See also show nat (Client) (Page 371)
  • Page 379: Nat Timeout (client)

    Layer 3 functions 9.1 NAT 9.1.3.6 nat timeout (Client) Note This command is only available in the client mode. Description With this command, you configure the time period for the TCP / UDP connection. If no data exchange takes place, the TCP / UDP connection is deleted from the translation table when this time has elapsed.
  • Page 380: No Nat Timeout (client)

    Layer 3 functions 9.1 NAT 9.1.3.7 no nat timeout (Client) Note This command is only available in the client mode. Description With this command, you delete the time period for the TCP / UDP connection. Requirement You are now in the NAT Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-nat)# Syntax...
  • Page 381: Security And Authentication

    Security and authentication This part contains the sections that describe the access rights and authentication methods. 10.1 User rights management This section describes commands for access as administrator and the configuration of the authentication methods. 10.1.1 change password Description With this command, you change the password of the logged in user. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.
  • Page 382: Whoami

    Security and authentication 10.1 User rights management Result The password is changed. Note Changing the password in Trial mode Even if you change the password in Trial mode, this change is saved immediately. Further notes You create a user with the command.
  • Page 383: The "show" Commands

    Security and authentication 10.1 User rights management 10.1.3 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode. To do this, you replace with the "show"...
  • Page 384: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Security and authentication 10.1 User rights management Syntax Call the command without parameters: show users Result The logged in users are displayed. 10.1.4 Commands in the global configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the Global configuration mode. In Privileged EXEC mode, enter the command to change to this mode.
  • Page 385 Security and authentication 10.1 User rights management Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: user-account <string> password <passwd> privilege {user | admin} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note User name Enter a user name. The name must be string unique.
  • Page 386: No User-account

    Security and authentication 10.1 User rights management 10.1.4.2 no user-account Description With this command, you delete a user. Note Default users "admin" and "user" as well as logged in users cannot be deleted. Requirement ● The user has been created. ●...
  • Page 387: Username

    Security and authentication 10.1 User rights management 10.1.4.3 username Description With this command, you change the password of the factory set default users " " and user " ". admin Requirement ● The user is logged in with the "admin" role. ●...
  • Page 388: Wlan

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2 WLAN This section describes commands for configuring and managing wireless LANs (WLANs). Some commands are available only in the "access point" or in the "client" mode. In these cases, the titles have the term access point or client added to them. Example: wlan mode ●...
  • Page 389: Show Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show wlan security <wlan 0/X | vapX 0/Y> [context <Id (1-8)>] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note WLAN interface Enter a valid interface.
  • Page 390: Show Wlan Security Keys

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN Result The settings are displayed. See also wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Page 391) wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address (Page 393) wlan security ap-radius-authenticator max-retransmit (Page 394) wlan security ap-radius-authenticator port-number (Page 395) wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary (Page 396) no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary (Page 397) wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-interval (Page 398) wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-mode (Page 399)
  • Page 391: Commands In The Wlan Configuration Mode

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2 Commands in the WLAN configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN configuration mode. In the Global Configuration mode, enter the command to change to this mode. wlan Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the WLAN configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 392: No Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN You display the setting with the command. show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator See also no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Page 392) show wlan security ap-radius-authenticator (Access Point) (Page 389) 10.2.2.2 no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator Description With this command, you disable the RADIUS server. Note This command is available only in access point mode.
  • Page 393: Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator Address

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.3 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address Description With this command, you configure the IP address of the RADIUS server. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)# Syntax...
  • Page 394: Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator Max-retransmit

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.4 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator max-retransmit Description With this command, you configure maximum number of attempts to establish a connection. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)# Syntax...
  • Page 395: Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator Port-number

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.5 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator port-number Description With this command, you configure the input port of the RADIUS server. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)# Syntax...
  • Page 396: Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator Primary

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.6 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary Description With this command, you configure the RADIUS server as primary server. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the WLAN Configuration mode and the "wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address"...
  • Page 397: No Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator Primary

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.7 no wlan security ap-radius-authenticator primary Description With this command, you disable the primary server. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)# Syntax...
  • Page 398: Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator Reauth-interval

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.8 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-interval Description With this command, you configure the lifetime of the authentication (in seconds). Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement ● Local time management is active. You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.
  • Page 399: Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator Reauth-mode

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.9 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator reauth-mode Description With this command, you specify who decides the time before the clients are forced to reauthenticate. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)# Syntax...
  • Page 400: Wlan Security Ap-radius-authenticator Shared-secret

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.10 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator shared-secret Description With this command, you configure the password for the RADIUS server. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the WLAN Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)# Syntax...
  • Page 401: Wlan Security Context (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.11 wlan security context (Client) Description With this command, you create a new security context and change to the security context configuration mode. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the WLAN configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)# Syntax...
  • Page 402: No Wlan Security Context (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.2.12 no wlan security context (Client) Description With this command, you delete a security context. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Note The security context 1 cannot be deleted. Requirement You are in the WLAN configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan)# Syntax...
  • Page 403: Commands In The Wlan Interface Configuration Mode

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.3 Commands in the WLAN Interface configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the WLAN Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available. In the Global Configuration mode, enter the command to change to this interface wlan 0/X mode.
  • Page 404: Wlan Security Ssid

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN Result The WEP or AES key is inserted in the key table. Further notes You display the settings with the command. show wlan security <wlan 0/X> 10.2.3.2 wlan security ssid Description With this command, you assign the SSID of a WLAN interface a security context. Note iPCF or iPCF-MC mode activated If the iPCF or iPCF-MC mode is enabled, you can only select security context 1.
  • Page 405: Commands In The Security Context Configuration Mode

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4 Commands in the security context configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the security context configuration mode. In the WLAN configuration mode, enter the command to wlan security context <ID (1-8)> change to this mode.
  • Page 406 Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: wlan security authentication { show-methods | methods } The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Lists the available types of show- •...
  • Page 407: Wlan Security Cipher (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4.2 wlan security cipher (client) Description With this command, you configure the encryption method for the WPA(2) authentication. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Note iPCF or iPCF-MC mode enabled If you want encryption with AES in iPCF or iPCF-MC mode, only keys with a 128 bit key length are supported.
  • Page 408: Wlan Security Default-key (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN Result The encryption method is configured. Further notes You display the settings with the command. show wlan security 10.2.4.3 wlan security default-key (client) Description With this command, you specify which WEP key from the key table is used for encryption. Note This command is only available in the client mode.
  • Page 409: Wlan Security Dot1x Check-server-certificate (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4.4 wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate (client) Description With this command, you enable the validation of the server certificate on the client. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan-context-x)# Syntax...
  • Page 410: No Wlan Security Dot1x Check-server-certificate (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4.5 no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate (client) Description With this command, you disable the validation of the server certificate on the client. This setting is activated as default. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.
  • Page 411: Wlan Security Dot1x Eap-authentication-type (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4.6 wlan security dot1x eap-authentication-type (client) Description With this command, you specify which RADIUS authentication methods the client offers to the RADIUS server. With " ", the client offers a RADIUS server all supported methods. auto Any other selection restricts the support by the client to this one method.
  • Page 412: Wlan Security Dot1x Username (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4.7 wlan security dot1x username (client) Description With this command, you specify the user name for the RADIUS server. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-wlan-context-x)# Syntax...
  • Page 413: Wlan Security Dot1x Password (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4.8 wlan security dot1x password (client) Description With this command, you specify the password for the RADIUS server. When assigning the password, ASCII code 0x20 to 0x7e is used. Note This command is only available in the client mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the WLAN interface.
  • Page 414: Wlan Security Encryption (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4.9 wlan security encryption (client) Description With this command, you enable encryption with a fixed (unchanging) WEP key. You can only enable or disable encryption if you have selected "Open System" for authentication. All other security methods include both authentication and encryption.
  • Page 415: No Wlan Security Encryption (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4.10 no wlan security encryption (client) Description With this command, you disable encryption with a fixed (unchanging) WEP key. This setting is activated as default. You can only enable or disable encryption if you have selected "Open System"...
  • Page 416: Wlan Security Wpa-psk-passphrase (client)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.4.11 wlan security wpa-psk-passphrase (client) Description With this command, you store the WPA(2) key that is used in WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK authentication. Note The key can be 8 to 63 ASCII characters or exactly 64 hexadecimal characters long. It should be selected so that is complex for example consisting of random numbers, letters (upper-/lowercase), have few repetitions and special characters.
  • Page 417: Commands In The Vap Interface Configuration Mode

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5 Commands in the VAP Interface configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the VAP Interface Configuration mode. Depending on the Interface selected, various command sets are available. In the Global Configuration mode, enter the command to change to this interface vapX 0/Y mode.
  • Page 418 Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: vap security authentication { show-methods | <methods> } The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Lists the available types of show- •...
  • Page 419: Vap Security Cipher (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5.2 vap security cipher (access point) Description With this command, you configure the encryption method for the WPA authentication. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Note iPCF or iPCF-MC mode enabled If you want encryption with AES in iPCF or iPCF-MC mode, only keys with a 128 bit key length are supported.
  • Page 420: Vap Security Default-key (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5.3 vap security default-key (access point) Description With this command, you specify which WEP key from the key table is used for encryption. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)# Syntax...
  • Page 421: Vap Security Encryption (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5.4 vap security encryption (access point) Description With this command, you enable encryption with a fixed (unchanging) WEP key. You can only enable or disable encryption if you have selected "Open System" for authentication. All other security methods include both authentication and encryption.
  • Page 422: No Vap Security Encryption (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5.5 no vap security encryption (access point) Description With this command, you disable encryption with a fixed (unchanging) WEP key. This setting is activated as default. You can only enable or disable encryption if you have selected "Open System"...
  • Page 423: Vap Security Wpa-group-key-update-interval (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5.6 vap security wpa-group-key-update-interval (Access Point) Description With this command you specify the time after which the key is renewed. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)# Syntax...
  • Page 424: Vap Security Wpa-psk-passphrase (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5.7 vap security wpa-psk-passphrase (access point) Description With this command, you store the WPA(2) key that is used in WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK authentication. Note The key can be 8 to 63 ASCII characters or exactly 64 hexadecimal characters long. It should be selected so that is complex for example consisting of random numbers, letters (upper-/lowercase), have few repetitions and special characters.
  • Page 425: Vap Communication With Own-vap (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5.8 vap communication with own-vap (access point) Description With this command, you specify that the clients logged on to the same SSID of an access point can communicate with each other. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.
  • Page 426: No Vap Communication With Own-vap (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5.9 no vap communication with own-vap (access point) Description With this command, you specify that clients logged on to the same SSID of an access point cannot communicate with each other. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.
  • Page 427: Vap Communication With Ethernet (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.2 WLAN 10.2.5.10 vap communication with ethernet (access point) Description With this command, you specify that the client can communicate via the Ethernet interface. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-if-vapX-0-Y)# Syntax...
  • Page 428: No Vap Communication With Ethernet (access Point)

    Security and authentication 10.3 Management Access Control List 10.2.5.11 no vap communication with ethernet (access point) Description With this command, you specify that the client cannot communicate via the Ethernet interface. Note This command is available only in access point mode. Requirement You are in the Interface Configuration mode of the VAP interface.
  • Page 429: The "show" Commands

    Security and authentication 10.3 Management Access Control List 10.3.1 The "show" commands This section describes commands with which you display various settings. With the command you can execute the "show" commands in every do [command] configuration mode. To do this, you replace with the "show"...
  • Page 430: Authorized-manager Ip-source

    Security and authentication 10.3 Management Access Control List 10.3.2.1 authorized-manager ip-source Description With this command, you configure the interfaces and protocols via which an authorized manager is allowed to access the device. Requirement You are in the Global Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config)# Syntax...
  • Page 431: No Authorized-manager Ip-source

    Security and authentication 10.3 Management Access Control List If optional parameters are not specified when configuring, the following defaults apply: ● The manager is authorized for all services. Note Configuration of the first entry As long as the list of authorized managers is empty, access to the system is not restricted.
  • Page 432 Security and authentication 10.3 Management Access Control List The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Range of values / note Specifies the network or the IP address Enter a valid IP address or a ip-address for which the IP manager is authorized network Subnet mask that restricts the authori- Enter a valid mask...
  • Page 433: Diagnostics

    Diagnostics The monitoring of the system and error diagnostics are handled in different ways: ● Events and faults handling: Predefined events generate a message. These messages can be distributed in different ways: – Entry in the local log – Transfer to the Syslog server –...
  • Page 434: Show Authlog

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.1.1 show authlog Description With this command, you show the information about successful or failed authentication attempts. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 435: Show Events Config

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.1.2 show events config Description This command shows the current configuration for forwarding the messages of the various event types. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli>...
  • Page 436: Show Events Faults Config

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.1.4 show events faults config Description This command shows the current configuration of the following error monitoring functions: ● Monitoring of the power supply for power outage ● Monitoring of the network connections for a change in the connection status Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode.
  • Page 437: Show Fault Counter

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics Syntax Call the command without parameters: show events faults status Result A table with the status messages of the error monitoring functions is displayed. 11.1.1.6 show fault counter Description This command shows the number of fault transitions of the power supply and network connections.
  • Page 438: Show Power-line-state

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics Syntax Call the command without parameters: show logbook Call up the command with the following parameters: show logbook { info | warning | critical } The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description All log entries of the categories "Information", "Warning" and "Critical" are info displayed.
  • Page 439: Show Rmon

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.1.9 show rmon Description This command shows the counter reading. Requirement You are in the User EXEC mode or in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli> cli# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: show rmon [statistics [<stats-index (1-65535)>]] The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter...
  • Page 440: Clear Logbook

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics Syntax Call the command without parameters: clear authlog Result The content of the logbook is deleted. 11.1.3 clear logbook Description With this command, you delete the content of the logbook. Requirement You are in the Privileged EXEC mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli# Syntax...
  • Page 441: Commands In The Global Configuration Mode

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics Syntax Call up the command with the following parameter: fault report ack <fault-state-id> The parameter has the following meaning: Parameters Description Range of values/note ID of the mes- Enter the ID of the message for the "Cold/Warm Start" fault-state-id sage event.
  • Page 442: Commands In The Events Configuration Mode

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics Result You are now in the EVENTS configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)# Further notes You exit the EVENTS configuration mode with the command exit 11.1.6 Commands in the Events configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the EVENTS configuration mode. In the Global configuration mode, enter the command to change to this mode.
  • Page 443: Client Config

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.6.2 client config Description With this command, you enable one of the clients that processes or forwards the messages of the device. The following clients are available: ● : sends the messages to the Syslog server syslog ●...
  • Page 444: No Client Config

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.6.3 no client config Description With this command, you disable one of the clients that processes or forwards the messages of the device. Requirement You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters:...
  • Page 445: Event Config

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.6.4 event config Description With this command, you configure which of the various message types of the device will be stored or forwarded. The following events or message types are available: ● Message if there is cold or warm restart ●...
  • Page 446 Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: event config {cold-warmstart|linkchange|authentication-failure| power-change|faultstate-change|stp-change| overlap-ap|wds|dfs|wlan-general| wlan-auth-log|ipcf-cycle-time|ipcf-poll- size|all}{logtable|syslog|email|trap|faults|all} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Message if there is cold or warm restart cold-warmstart Message when there is a status change on a physical interface linkchange Message if there is an incorrect login authentication-failure...
  • Page 447: No Event Config

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics To enable the clients, use the command. client config Note Changing several message types or clients With each command call, you can only select one message type and one client. If you want to process several message types or clients, it may be more efficient to first select the option and then disable individual elements.
  • Page 448 Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no event config {cold-warmstart|linkchange|authentication-failure| power-change|faultstate-change|stp-change| overlap-ap|wds|dfs|wlan-general| wlan-auth-log|all}{logtable|syslog|email|trap|faults|all} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter Description Message if there is cold or warm restart cold-warmstart Message when there is a status change on a physical interface linkchange Message if there is an incorrect login authentication-failure...
  • Page 449: Link

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.6.6 link Description With this command, you configure and enable the monitoring of the physical network connections for cable breaks or for pulling of the connector. Requirement You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli(config-events)# Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters:...
  • Page 450: Send Test Mail

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no link {up|down} The parameters have the following meaning: Parameters Description Range of values / note The message when establishing a connection is disabled The message when a connection is down is disa- down bled Result...
  • Page 451: Severity

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.6.9 severity Description With this command, you configure the threshold values for the sending of system event notifications. Requirement You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-events) # Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: severity { mail | log | syslog | authlog } { info | warning | critical } The parameters have the following meaning: Parameter...
  • Page 452: No Severity

    Diagnostics 11.1 Diagnostics 11.1.6.10 no severity Description With this command, you disable the setting for the threshold values for the sending of system event notifications. Requirement You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode. The command prompt is as follows: cli (config-events) # Syntax Call up the command with the following parameters: no severity { mail | log | syslog | authlog }...
  • Page 453: Syslog Client

    Diagnostics 11.2 Syslog client 11.2 Syslog client With the commands in this section, the following settings are configured: ● Transfer of the messages to the Syslog server ● Local buffering and storage of messages ● Receipt and forwarding of messages from other devices (relay mode) 11.2.1 The "show"...
  • Page 454: Commands In The Events Configuration Mode

    Diagnostics 11.2 Syslog client 11.2.2 Commands in the Events configuration mode This section describes commands that you can call up in the EVENTS configuration mode. In the Global configuration mode, enter the command to change to this mode. events Commands relating to other topics that can be called in the Global configuration mode can be found in the relevant sections.
  • Page 455: No Syslogserver

    Diagnostics 11.2 Syslog client Further notes You disable the setting with the command. no syslogserver You can display the status of this function and other information with the show events config command. 11.2.2.2 no syslogserver Description With this command, you configure the Syslog server address. Requirement You are in the EVENTS Configuration mode.
  • Page 456 Diagnostics 11.2 Syslog client SCALANCE W760/W720 to IEEE 802.11n Command Line Interface Configuration Manual, 10/2015, C79000-G8976-C351-05...
  • Page 457: Index

    Index wlan frequency band, 195 wlan guard interval, 197 wlan ht channel, 198 wlan ipcf-mc cycle-time, 106 Access point wlan mode, 200 no vap broadcast ssid, 210 wlan overlap-ap aging, 204 no vap communication with ethernet, 428 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator, 391 no vap communication with own-vap, 426 wlan security ap-radius-authenticator address, 393 no vap security encryption, 422...
  • Page 458 Index cli-console-timeout, 55 delete, 74 no cli-console-timeout, 56 device mode, 152 Client disable, 47 nat, 372, 373 do, 28 nat interface, 377 duplex, 61 nat timeout, 379 no duplex, 62 no nat, 375 no nat timeout, 380 no password, 79 no wlan any ssid, 171 enable, 47 no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate, 410...
  • Page 459 Index ip echo-reply, 288 no ip echo-reply, 288 option, 314 ip http, 360 no option, 318 no ip http, 361 option value-hex, 316 ip name server, 292 option value-string, 317 no ip name server, 293 no option, 318, 318 ip route, 289 no ip route, 289 password, 78 no password, 79...
  • Page 460 329 shutdown complete, 65 show snmp targetparam, 329 no shutdown, 66 show snmp user, 330 SIMATIC NET glossary, 17 show snmp viewtree, 330 sinema, 88 SCALANCE W760/W720 to IEEE 802.11n Command Line Interface Configuration Manual, 10/2015, C79000-G8976-C351-05...
  • Page 461 Index smtp-port, 358 spanning-tree mst (properties), 271 no smtp-port, 359 no spanning-tree mst, 273 smtp-server, 355 spanning-tree mst configuration, 255 no smtp-server, 356 spanning-tree mst hello-time, 274 snmp no spanning-tree mst hello-time, 275 client config, 443 spanning-tree mst instance-id root, 256 no client config, 444 no spanning-tree mst instance-id root, 257 snmp access, 333...
  • Page 462 Index wlan channel (access point), 175 wlan client mac address, 177 vap broadcast ssid, 209 wlan client mac mode, 176 no vap broadcast ssid, 210 WLAN Configuration mode, 151 vap communication with ethernet, 427 wlan data rate-11abg, 181 no vap communication with ethernet, 428 wlan data rate-11n, 183 vap communication with own-vap, 425 wlan data rates-11abg selected only, 178, 184...
  • Page 463 Index wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate, 409 no wlan security dot1x check-server-certificate, 410 wlan security dot1x password, 413 wlan security dot1x username, 412 wlan security edit key, 403 wlan security encryption, 414 no wlan security encryption, 415 wlan security ssid, 404 wlan security wpa-psk-passphrase, 416 wlan signal-recorder display, 97, 98 wlan signal-recorder start, 95...
  • Page 464 Index SCALANCE W760/W720 to IEEE 802.11n Command Line Interface Configuration Manual, 10/2015, C79000-G8976-C351-05...

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