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Command Line
Reference Manual
DWL-8600Ap
Product Model:
Unified Wired & Wireless Access System
Release 3.0
July 2010
©Copyright 2010. All rights reserved.

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    Command Line Reference Manual DWL-8600Ap Product Model: Unified Wired & Wireless Access System Release 3.0 July 2010 ©Copyright 2010. All rights reserved.

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    FASTPATH 6.0 UAP Software User’s Manual Page 2 © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ABLE OF ONTENTS Section 1: About this Document ..................1 Document Organization..........................1 Audience ............................... 1 Additional Documentation........................... 1 Document Conventions ..........................2 Section 2: Accessing the UAP CLI ..................3 Serial Port Connection to the AP........................ 3 Telnet Connection to the AP ........................4 SSH Connection to the AP ..........................

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    IST OF ABLES Table 1: Typographical Conventions........................ 2 Table 2: Additional CLI Commands ......................... 8 Table 3: Keyboard Shortcuts..........................10 Table 4: Interface Naming Convention......................11 Table 5: Basic Setting Commands .........................13 Table 6: Status Commands..........................14 Table 7: Ethernet Setting Commands ......................15 Table 8: Radio Settings Commands ......................16 Table 9:...

  • Page 5: Section 1: About This Document

    S e c ti o n 1 : A b ou t t hi s D o c u m e n t In addition to the Web-based user interface, the D-Link Unified Access Point (UAP) includes a command-line interface (CLI) for administering the access point.

  • Page 6: Document Conventions

    Indicates that you must select a parameter from the list of {choice1 | choice2} choices. | Vertical bars Separates the mutually exclusive choices. choice1 | choice2 [{}] Braces within square Indicate a choice within an optional element. [{choice1 | choice2}] brackets © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 7: Section 2: Accessing The Uap Cli

    Accessing the UAP CLI Section 2: Acc ess ing the UAP CLI You can use any of the following methods to access the CLI for the access point or wireless network: • Serial Port Connection to the AP • Telnet Connection to the AP •...

  • Page 8: Telnet Connection To The Ap

    The login name is admin, and the default password is admin. After a successful login, the screen shows the ( Access Point Name )# prompt. You are now ready to enter CLI commands at the command line prompt. © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 9: Ssh Connection To The Ap

    Accessing the UAP CLI SSH C ONNECTION TO THE If you already deployed your network and know the IP address of your access point, you can use a remote Secure Shell (SSH) connection to the access point to view the system console over the network. Using an SSH connection to the access point is similar to “Telnet”...

  • Page 10: Section 3: Commands And Syntax

    Note: wlan0bssvap0 is the name of the basic service set (BSS) on the wlan0 interface. For information on interfaces, see “Interface Naming Conventions” on page © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 11: Using The Set Command

    Commands and Syntax SING THE SET OMMAND The “set” command allows you to set the property values of existing instances of a class and has the following syntax set unnamed-class [ with qualifier-property qualifier-value ... to ] property value . . . The first argument is an unnamed class in the configuration.

  • Page 12: Using The Add Command

    AP image. config Use the command to upload or download the AP configuration file. config For information about classes, instances, and properties, see “CLI Classes and Properties Reference” on page © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 13: Getting Help On Commands At The Cli

    Tab Tab (including a space after remove ) for a list of all property options for the remove command. D-Link-WLAN-AP# remove Create ACL. basic-rate Basic rates of radios bridge-port Bridge ports of bridge interfaces Basic Service Set of radios class-map Creates a Diffserv class.

  • Page 14: Keyboard Shortcuts

    Up and Down arrow keys typically do. Up/Down arrow keys also work for this.) Ctrl-d Exit the CLI. (At a blank command prompt, typing Ctrl-d closes the CLI.) (Typing Ctrl-d within command text also removes characters, one at a time, at cursor location like Ctrl-h.) © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 15: Section 4: Interface Naming Conventions

    Interface Naming Conventions Se ction 4: Interfa ce Na ming C onve ntions The following summary of interface names is provided to help clarify the related CLI commands and output results. These names are not exposed on the Web UI, but are used throughout the CLI. You get and set many configuration values on the AP by referring to interfaces.

  • Page 16: Section 5: Saving Configuration Changes

    If you make changes from the Web UI that you do not want to keep, your only option is to reset to factory defaults. The previous startup configuration will be lost. © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 17: Section 6: Access Point Cli Commands

    Access Point CLI Commands Se ction 6: Acc ess Po int CLI Comma nds This section describes some of the commands you use to view and configure the UAP. Note: This section does not describe every command available from the UAP CLI. The UAP is intended to be configured primarily from the Web interface.

  • Page 18: Status

    Get Client Associations get association detail Get neighboring access points get detected-ap detail Get information about switches that can discover and manage the AP get managed-ap © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 19: Ethernet Settings

    Access Point CLI Commands THERNET ETTINGS Use the commands in this section to view and set values for the Ethernet (wired) interface. Note: Before configuring this feature, make sure you are familiar with the names of the interfaces as described in “Interface Naming Conventions”...

  • Page 20: Radio Settings

    {lower | upper} Set the channel protection set radio wlan0 protection {auto |off} Set the Beacon Interval set radio wlan0 beacon-interval <20-1000> Set the DTIM Interval set radio wlan0 dtim-period <1-255> © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 21: Managed Access Point

    CCESS OINT You can use a D-Link Wireless Switch to manage one or more access points on your network. To allow a switch to manage the AP the switch and AP must discover each other. The commands in Table 9 show how to change the AP mode from Standalone to Managed and how to configure the IP address of a D-Link Wireless Switch so that the AP can discover it.

  • Page 22: Ieee 802.1x Supplicant Authentication

    Command Enable 802.1X supplicant set dot1x-supplicant status up Disable 802.1X supplicant set dot1x-supplicant status down Set the 802.1X user name set dot1x-supplicant user <name> Set the 802.1X password set dot1x-supplicant password <password> © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 23: System Management

    Access Point CLI Commands YSTEM ANAGEMENT Table 11 shows the commands you use to manage the configuration file and firmware on the AP. Table 11: System Management Action Command Restore the factory default settings factory-reset Save the configuration to a backup file config download <url>...

  • Page 24: Section 7: Cli Classes And Properties Reference

    Web interface. Use to build commands based on the class and property. If the class is a named class, you must include the name. For example, interface is a named class. © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 25: Table 13: Uap Cli Commands

    CLI Classes and Properties Reference Table 13: UAP CLI Commands Class Property acl-type rule-count association interface station authenticated associated rx-packets tx-packets rx-bytes tx-bytes listen-interval last-rssi client-qos-enabled bw-limit-up bw-limit-down acl-type-up acl-type-down acl-up acl-down policy-up policy-down basic-rate rate bridge-port interface path-cost priority stp-state status description...

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    CLI Classes and Properties Reference Table 13: UAP CLI Commands (Cont.) Class Property cluster clustered location cluster-name...

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    CLI Classes and Properties Reference Table 13: UAP CLI Commands (Cont.) Class Property global-radius-server (continued) radius-backupone-ip radius-backuptwo-ip radius-backupthree-i radius-backupone-key radius-backuptwo-key radius-backupthree-key detail host detail dns-1 dns-2 static-dns-1 static-dns-2 dns-via-dhcp interface type status operational-status description static-mac mask static-ip static-mask rx-bytes rx-packets rx-errors tx-bytes tx-packets...

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    CLI Classes and Properties Reference Table 13: UAP CLI Commands (Cont.) Class Property managed-ap mode ap-state switch-address-1 switch-address-2 switch-address-3 switch-address-4 pass-phrase dhcp-switch-address-1 dhcp-switch-address-2 dhcp-switch-address-3 dhcp-switch-address-4 management vlan-id interface static-ip static-mask mask dhcp-status ipv6-status ipv6-autoconfig-status static-ipv6 static-ipv6-prefix-length autoconfig-ipv6-global-all autoconfig-link-local mgmt-acl mgmt-address-1 mgmt-address-2 mgmt-address-3 mgmt-address-4...

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    CLI Classes and Properties Reference Table 13: UAP CLI Commands (Cont.) Class Property stbc-mode rule acl-name acl-type action every protocol src-ip src-ip-mask src-port dst-ip dst-ip-mask dst-port rule (continued) ip-dscp ip-precedence ip-tos ip-tos-mask src-ipv6 src-ipv6-prefix dst-ipv6 dst-ipv6-prefix ipv6-flow-label serial status snmp status ro-community rw-community...

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    (continued) nmode-supported dfs-supported forty-mhz-supported-a forty-mhz-supported-g base-mac base-mac-status serial-number country-code-is-configurable system-name system-contact system-location dfs-supported band-plan telnet status traphost host community untagged-vlan vlan-id status radio status vlan-id global-radius description © 2001- 2009 D-Link Corporation. All Rights Reserved...

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    CLI Classes and Properties Reference Table 13: UAP CLI Commands (Cont.) Class Property redirect-mode redirect-url qos-mode def-bwmax-up def-bwmax-down def-acltype-up def-acltype-down def-acl-up def-acl-down def-policy-up def-policy-down web-server http-status https-status http-port session-timeout session-max ssl-cert-generate...

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