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  • Page 1 D-Link AirPremier N Concurrent Dual Band PoE Outdoor AP CLI Reference Guide...
  • Page 2: Notes, Notices, And Cautions

    CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. © 2012 D-Link. All rights reserved. Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of D-Link. is strictly forbidden.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ............................5 Command Groups ..........................5 Command Syntax and Conventions ...................... 6 Using a COM port to connect to DAP-3690 ..................7 Using a terminal to connect to the console port ................7 Commands and their Descriptions ..................... 10 Wireless Commands ........................
  • Page 4 Configuration Example ........................21...
  • Page 5: Command Groups

    This guide describes how the Command Line Interface (CLI) is structured, describes the command syntax, and describes the command functionality. This guide also provides information for configuring the DAP-3690, details the procedures and provides configuration examples. Basic installation configuration is described in the User’s Guide and must be completed before using this document.
  • Page 6: Command Syntax And Conventions

    Configures and displays QoS information RADIUS Configures and displays RADIUS information SNMP Configures SNMP communities, traps and displays SNMP information. Syslog Commands Manages and displays syslog messages User Interface Describes user commands used for entering CLI commands. VLAN Configures VLANs and displays VLAN information. Command Syntax and Conventions A command is one or more words that can be followed by one or more keywords and parameters.
  • Page 7: Using A Com Port To Connect To Dap-3690

    Using a COM port to connect to DAP-3690 The back panel of the DAP-3690 provides an RJ45 Ethernet port to connect an RS-232 connector to your PC for monitoring and configuration. To use the console port, the following equipment is needed: 1.
  • Page 8 Hit the Enter key a couple of times to access the login phase Type admin at the login prompt and press the Enter key. Leave Password blank by depressing the Enter key again. The command prompt now displays WAP0->...
  • Page 9 Type “help” or use the question symbol, “?” then press Enter to access a list of commands. When you enter a command without all of its required parameters, the CLI prompts you with a list of possible completions. For example, type “tftp”, the screen below shows other helpful hits for you to complete your configuration options.
  • Page 10: Commands And Their Descriptions

    Commands and their Descriptions Wireless Commands Wireless Commands Descriptions config wlan config wlan (0:2.4G, 1:5G) del key Delete Encryption key (index:1--4) get acktimeout Display acknowledgement timeout get key Display Encryption Key (index:1--4) get apmode Display AP operation mode get assoclimitstatus Display association limit setting status get authentication Display authentication type...
  • Page 11 get arrayp-sync-time Display AP Array sync time state get arrayp-sync-log Display AP Array sync log state get arrayp-sync-adminlimit Display AP Array sync adminlimit state get arrayp-sync-system Display AP Array sync system state get arrayp-sync-consoleprotocol Display AP Array sync consoleprotocol state get arrayp-sync-snmp Display AP Array sync snmp state get arrayp-sync-pingctl...
  • Page 12 get zonedefence-ip Display Zonedefence IP table list set acktimeout_a Set acktimeput in A band (range: 50--200) set acktimeout_g Set acktimeput in G band (range: 64--200) set ap_band Set ap band (2.4G or 5G) set apmode Set AP operation mode set autorekey Set autorekey enable set aparray-state Set AP Array state...
  • Page 13: Lan Commands

    set ssidhidden Set SSID hidden set shortgi Set Shortgi set txpower Set TX power Add WDS MAC address <macaddress set wdsmacadd xx:xx:xx:xx:xx>[Index] set wdsmacdel Delete WDS MAC address [Index] set wdsscan Set WDS site survey set wireless Set wireless set wlmode_db Set Wlmode for dual band set uplink_bandwidth Set uplink bandwidth...
  • Page 14: Vlan Commands

    set w_partition Set w_partition set wlan_utilization Set wlan utilization VLAN Commands VLAN Commands Description get vlanstate Display VLAN state get vlanmode Display VLAN mode get autosetpvid Display auto setting pvid by group VID get pvid_primary Display primary SSID PVID get pvid_eth2 Display ethernet(LAN2) PVID get pvid_eth1 Display Ethernet(LAN1) PVID...
  • Page 15: Snmp Commands

    get embradius Display Embedded RADIUS Server parameter get radiusip Display RADIUS server IP address get radiusport Display RADIUS port number set acctstate Set accounting state set acctip Set accounting server IP address set acctport Set accounting port number set acctsecret Set accounting shared secret (size: 1--64) set embradius Set Embedded RADIUS Server...
  • Page 16: Tftp Commands

    get daylightsaving Display daylight saving time get sntpserver Display SNTP/NTP server IP address get tzonelist Display time zone set daylightsaving Set daylight saving time set sntpserver x.x.x.x Set SNTP/NTP server IP address set tzone Set time zone setting TFTP Commands TFTP Commands Description tftp getconfig...
  • Page 17: Limit Administrator Commands

    set dhcp_staticip_set_hostname Set DHCP static IP's host name set dhcp_staticip_set_ip Set DHCP static IP's IP Set DHCP static IP's MAC <macaddradd set dhcp_staticip_set_mac macaddress> set dhcp_wins Set DHCP server WINS IP Limit Administrator Commands Limit Administrator Commands Description get ladtype Limited administration type get ladvid VLAN ID which can control device...
  • Page 18 set multi-priority Set priority of Multi-SSID[index] set priority Set priority of primary SSID set multi-w-partition Set wlan partition state of Multi-SSID[index] set multi-cipher Set Cipher type of Multi-SSID[index] Display 802.1X dynamic WEP Key Length of Multi- get multi-d-wepkeylen SSID[index] Display 802.1X dynamic WEP Rekey Interval of get multi-d-wepkeyupdate Multi-SSID[index] get multi-groupvid...
  • Page 19: Igmp Commands

    set multi-defkeyindex Set default key index [1-4] of Multi-SSID [index] Set backup accounting server IP of Multi-SSID set multi-backup-acctip [index] Set backup accounting server port number of set multi-backup-acctport Multi-SSID [index] Set backup accounting server secret (size: 1--64) set multi-backup-acctsecret of Multi-SSID [index] set multi-backup-radiusip Set backup RADIUS IP address of Multi-SSID [index]...
  • Page 20: Access Control List Commands

    Access Control List Commands Access Control List Commands Description get acl Display ACL get macaddress Display MAC address get macaddrlist Display MAC address list set acl Set ACL get arpspoofing Display ARP Spoofing set macaddradd Add MAC address <macaddradd macaddress> set macaddrdel Delete MAC address <macaddrdel macaddress>...
  • Page 21: Configuration Example

    Many users will want to set a new IP address for the DAP-3690. This will also require setting an IP mask and a gateway IP address. The following is an example in which the AP’s default IP address of “192.168.0.50”...
  • Page 22 WAP0-> tftp putconfig dap3 3 3 3 690.dcf 1.49.12.1 tftp: The putconfig configuration file was successful. The following is an example of using TFTP to get firmware from a PC, using the format tftp getfirmware [firmware file name] [host IP address]. WAP0->...
  • Page 23 WAP0-> set authentication wpa2-psk WAP0-> set cipher auto WAP0-> set passphrase 1234567890 WAP0-> set apply The DAP-3690 doesn’t need a reboot after making changes to the configuration. Simply type: set apply to enable the new configuration to take effect immediately.

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