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Samsung WEC8500 Operation Manual

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2600-00FK1RGA4
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3.0
WEC8500/WEC8050 (APC)
Operation Manual

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  • Page 1

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. WEC8500/WEC8050 (APC) Operation Manual...

  • Page 2

    This manual is proprietary to SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. and is protected by copyright. No information contained herein may be copied, translated, transcribed or duplicated for any commercial purposes or disclosed to the third party in any form without the prior written consent of SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.

  • Page 3: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Purpose This manual describes the overview, management, and setup of WEC8500/WEC8050 that is a Samsung Wireless Enterprise (W-EP) Access Point Controller (APC). This manual is written for WEC8500 version 1.4.4, WEC8050 version 1.0.0. Document Content and Organization This manual consists of ten Chapters, three Annexes, and a list of Abbreviations.

  • Page 4: Conventions

    Open source list used in the APC and its license notice. ANNEX C. Open Source Announcement (WEA302/WEA303) Open source list used in the Samsung W-EP wireless LAN AP and its license notice. ABBREVIATION Describes the acronyms used in this manual.

  • Page 5: Console Screen Output

    VERSION DATE OF ISSUE REMARKS 10. 2013. - Updated the content overall in accordance with the package version (WEC8500 version 1.4.4, WEC8050 version 1.0.0) - Added contents for WEC8050 06. 2013. - Updated the content overall in accordance with the package version 1.3.0...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    1.4.1 Basic Configuration ........................28 1.4.2 Configuration of Multiple APC for Redundancy ..............29 1.4.3 Clustering Configuration using Multiple APC (WEC8500) ............. 30 1.4.4 Configuration of Multiple Sites Consisting of Headquarter and Branches ......33 CHAPTER 2. Basic System Configuration Basic System Configuration ....................

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    CHAPTER 4. AP Connection Management APC Management ........................125 4.1.1 Managing APC List ........................ 125 4.1.2 Management Interface Configuration ................... 127 4.1.3 CAPWAP Configuration ......................128 4.1.4 Auto Discovery Configuration ....................130 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 7 of 496...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Primary/Secondary Server Configuration ................201 Radio Service Configuration ....................204 CHAPTER 6. Wi-Fi Configuration 802.11a/b/g/n Radio Property ....................206 6.1.1 802.11a/b/g Configuration ..................... 206 6.1.2 802.11n Configuration ......................211 Wi-Fi QoS Configuration ....................... 212 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 8 of 496...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Limiting Connections per Radio .................... 260 7.10.2 Connection Limitation per WLAN ..................261 7.11 Voice Statistics and Communication Failure Detection .............263 7.11.1 Voice Statistics Function ......................263 7.11.2 Detecting WLAN-based Communication Failure ..............265 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 9 of 496...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Utilities ........................... 326 CHAPTER 10. System Management 10.1 SNMP Configuration ......................327 10.1.1 SNMP Community ......................... 327 10.1.2 SNMP Trap ..........................328 10.2 System Management ......................330 10.2.1 Retrieving System Information ....................330 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 10 of 496...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    10.11.6 Package File .......................... 368 10.11.7 Retrieving Storage Media ...................... 370 10.11.8 Managing File in Web UI ....................... 371 ANNEX A. CLI Command Structure configure ..........................373 show............................403 clear ............................415 debug ............................417 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 11 of 496...

  • Page 12

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. TABLE OF CONTENTS file ............................420 Etc ............................420 ANNEX B. Open Source Announcement (WEC8500/WEC8050) WEC8500 ..........................421 WEC8050 ..........................449 ANNEX C. Open Source Announcement (WEA302/WEA303) WEA302/WEA303 ........................470 ABBREVIATION © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 12 of 496...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1. System Structure for Wireless Enterprise Solution ............19 Figure 2. W-EP Network Configuration ..................20 Figure 3. WEC8500 Interface-Front/Back ...................22 Figure 4. System LED Configuration ...................22 Figure 5. Management Port Configuration ..................23 Figure 6. Optic port configuration ....................24 Figure 7.

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Figure 70. AP Ports detail information window ................. 156 Figure 71. AP Tech Support Information Receiving Window ............. 157 Figure 72. AP upgrade ......................161 Figure 73. AP upgrade-global ....................161 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 14 of 496...

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Figure 108. Country code window (1) ..................225 Figure 109. Country code window (2) ..................226 Figure 110. Information viewing window ...................228 Figure 111. Handover window ....................231 Figure 112. SIP ALG configuration window ................233 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 15 of 496...

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    Figure 148. WIDS Friendly List Addition Window ..............298 Figure 149. WIDS Station Allowed Limit Configuration Window ..........299 Figure 150. WLAN Guest Configuration Window ..............301 Figure 151. WLAN Web Policy Configuration Window ............. 301 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 16 of 496...

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Figure 179. Configuring alarm filter and level ................346 Figure 180. License Retrieving and Configuration Window ............351 Figure 181. Syslog window .......................353 Figure 182. Package upgrade (APC) ..................356 Figure 183. DB Backup/Restore ....................358 Figure 184. File management window ..................371 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 17 of 496...

  • Page 18: Chapter 1. Access Point Controller System Overview

    Wi-Fi environment. There are two types depending on the AP capacity; WEC8500 and WEC8050. It comprehensively manages all the APs and provides services in a wireless LAN environment. Because AP and APC are connected in tunneling, all the user traffics are exchanged and processed.

  • Page 19: Figure 1. System Structure For Wireless Enterprise Solution

    W-EP wireless LAN Access Point (AP), W-EP AP Controller (APC), and Wireless Enterprise WLAN Manager (WEM). The Samsung APC and W-EP wireless LAN AP are core devices that provide various services such as user authentication, wireless management, voice and data service, etc. in the 802.11-based Wi-Fi environment.

  • Page 20: Network Configuration

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 1. Access Point Controller System Overview Network Configuration The network configuration of Samsung W-EP solution that includes APC is shown below. IP-PBX WEC/8050WEC8500 Router Internet … Ethernet Switch W-EP AP … client Figure 2. W-EP Network Configuration...

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    Terminal that provides the 802.11a/b/g/n interface such as smart phone, tablet PC, or notebook computer, etc. In an Android smart phone, an enterprise Voice over IP (VoIP) application equipped with the Samsung voice engine is called a FMC client (The FMC client is an option).

  • Page 22: Apc Configuration And Functions

    Ver. CHAPTER 1. Access Point Controller System Overview APC Configuration and Functions 1.3.1 WEC8500 Configuration and Functions The Configuration and the purpose of each item of WEC8500 are as follows: Console port USB port System LED Management port 1G Optic port...

  • Page 23: Figure 5. Management Port Configuration

    Ver. CHAPTER 1. Access Point Controller System Overview Console port (RS232C) A console port is used to check the operational status of WEC8500 or for input through the CLI. Its basic requirements are as follows:  Baud rate: 115200 bps ...

  • Page 24: Figure 6. Optic Port Configuration

    - Blinking for data exchange 1G 1~1G 8 1 GbE Optic module connector USB port (Host 2.0) The WEC8500 provides a USB host port that supports the upgrade of WEC8500 operation software. A typical USB memory stick is supported. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.

  • Page 25: Figure 7. Power Module Configuration

    Power switch Switch to turn on/off power AC LED Turned on when there is a normal AC power input. DC LED Turned on when there is a normal DC power output. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 25 of 496...

  • Page 26: Wec8050 Configuration And Functions

    Preparing the system for booting Green The installed FAN module is operating normally Orange The system is now booting Fan fault Green The power is supplied normally The power is turned off or not supplied © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 26 of 496...

  • Page 27: Figure 10. Ethernet Port Configurations

    It has 4 10/100/1000 Base-T ports. LINK LED ACT LED Figure 10. Ethernet Port Configurations Status Description Orange blinking Blinking while data exchanging No data exchanging LINK Green Link connection display No link connection © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 27 of 496...

  • Page 28: Apc Application Configuration And Service Scenario

    LAN. With this, the wire/wireless integrated voice service can be provided. An example of service configuration diagram using the W-EP wireless LAN system is shown in the below figure. The configuration diagram is based on Samsung APC (WEC8500).

  • Page 29: Configuration Of Multiple Apc For Redundancy

    DHCP WIPS IP-PBX IP-PBX Media G/W server server PoE switch Access switch PoE switch Access switch W-EP AP W-EP AP Figure 12. Example of W-EP Wireless LAN System Configuration for Redundancy © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 29 of 496...

  • Page 30: Clustering Configuration Using Multiple Apc (wec8500)

    APC is required for service and management, the complexity of network configuration or management is not high. However, if the capacity of a single APC is not sufficient, multiple APC s must be installed for service. The WEC8500 is a Samsung APC model providing the clustering environment.

  • Page 31: Figure 13. Example Of W-ep Wireless Lan System Configuration For Distributed Clustering Service

    CHAPTER 1. Access Point Controller System Overview 1.4.3.1 Configuration of Distributed Clustering Service The configuration of distributed clustering is to install each WEC8500 in a building or a local site according to its capacity. This option can be used when there is no integrated backbone configuration in a site or networks are separated for each building.

  • Page 32: Figure 14. Example Of W-ep Wireless Lan System Configuration For Centralized Clustering Service

    (building-1) (building-2) server PoE switch Access switch PoE switch Access switch W-EP AP W-EP AP Building-1 Building -2 Figure 14. Example of W-EP Wireless LAN System Configuration for Centralized Clustering Service © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 32 of 496...

  • Page 33: Configuration Of Multiple Sites Consisting Of Headquarter And Branches

    Server server PoE switch Access switch PoE switch Access switch W-EP AP W-EP AP Figure 15. Example of W-EP Wireless LAN System Configuration for Multiple Sites consisting of Headquarter and Branches © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 33 of 496...

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    APC and the branch AP installed in a branch switches a user traffic directly to a destination address without tunneling to the APC. Even at this time, the APC in a headquarter manages all the W-EP wireless LAN APs and users. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 34 of 496...

  • Page 35: Chapter 2. Basic System Configuration

    2) After the first login, you must change the password. Use the changed password for the next login. For a newly added account, a password must be changed during the first login. The default ID of APC is set to ‘samsung’ that has an administrator privilege. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 35 of 496...

  • Page 36: Managing User Account

    Adds user information Retrieving account information To check user account information, use the ‘show mgmt-users’ command. Changing Password mgmt-user-password [USERNAME] [OLD_PASSWORD] [NEW_PASSWORD] Parameter Description USERNAME User ID OLD_PASSWORD Old password NEW_PASSWORD New password © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 36 of 496...

  • Page 37: Apc Management Port Configuration

    1) Go to configure  ‘mgmt0’ interface configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# interface mgmt0 2) Set up an IP address. WEC8500/configure/interface mgmt0# ip address 100.100.100.1/24 2.1.4 SNMP Community Configuration To connect to the web server of APC, it is necessary to add Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) community through CLI.

  • Page 38: Cli Basic Usage

    Show vap information version Show package version information vlan Display VLAN information Show vqm command vrrp VRRP information wids Wids command wips Wips command wireless-acl-list Show wireless-acl-list wlan Show wlan information WEC8500# © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 38 of 496...

  • Page 39

    When a parameter that is not supported by a command is entered, an error message according to the situation is displayed. WEC8500# configure test % Invalid parameter (mandatory) Command modes When the ‘exit’ command is entered, the mode is changed to the upper command mode. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 39 of 496...

  • Page 40: Using Web Ui

    To use the WEC, i.e. Web UI of APC system, the IP address of ethernet port must be set up. When connecting to the IP address of APC ethernet port in a web browser, the below login window is displayed. Log in using a default connection account ‘samsung’. Figure 16. Web UI Connection Window ©...

  • Page 41: Wec Main Window

    : Logs out from the WEC.  : Saves the current configuration information into the system.  : Refreshes the screen. Sub-menus Provides the detail menus for Monitor, Configuration, Administrator, or Help in the menu bar. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 41 of 496...

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    − 1 (admin): Administrator privilege that allows to execute all the commands − 2 (configure): Can change system configuration. − 3 (normal): Can retrieve system status. − 4 (guest): Temporary user © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 42 of 496...

  • Page 43: Chapter 3. Data Network Function

    3.1.1 Port management The WEC8500 Management port is used to manage the WEC8500. It does not support VLAN and its interface name is ‘mgmt0’. The 8 ports at the right side of Management port are 10/100/1000 BASE T-ports and their names are GE1-8.

  • Page 44

    The port related CLI commands are as follows: [auto-nego, speed, duplex] The commands used to configure an auto-nego, speed, and duplex addresses are shown below. To delete the configuration, enter the ‘no’ parameter. WEC8500/configure/interface ge1# speed-duplex ? 10-full Set 10Mb/s full-duplex 10-half...

  • Page 45: Figure 20. Port Management Window

    The auto-nego, speed, or duplex can be configured only when the cable type is Copper. They cannot be configured if the cable type is Optic (The auto-nego should always be enabled whether the cable type is copper or optic). © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 45 of 496...

  • Page 46: Figure 21. Port Configuration Change Window

    2) In the port configuration change window, the auto-nego, speed, duplex, admin status, flow control, mtu size, switch port, or ip address, etc. can be configured. Figure 21. Port Configuration Change Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 46 of 496...

  • Page 47: Interface Configuration

    3.2.1 Interface management The WEC8500 Management port is used to manage the WEC8500. It does not support VLAN and its interface name is ‘mgmt0’. The 8 ports at the right side of Management port are 10/100/1000 BASE T-ports and their names are GE1-8.

  • Page 48: Figure 22. Interfaces Window (1)

    ‘_’ can be used. The VLAN ID is the number from 1 to 4094 and it specifies a unique VLAN value. Click the <Apply> button to go to detail configuration screen. Figure 23. Interfaces Window (2) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 48 of 496...

  • Page 49: Figure 24. Interfaces Window (3)

    Figure 24. Interfaces Window (3) [Deleting VLAN] In the Interface initial window, click the <Delete> button to delete a selected VLAN. The select VLAN cannot be deleted if it is being used in the system. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 49 of 496...

  • Page 50: Managing Interface Group

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Controller>  <Interfaces Groups> menu in the sub-menus. Click the <Add> or <Delete> button to add or delete an interface group. Figure 25. Interface Group Window (1) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 50 of 496...

  • Page 51: Figure 26. Interface Group Window (2)

    1) In the Interface group initial window, click the <Add> button. 2) Enter the GROUP NAME and GROUP DESCRIPTION information and then select the VLAN interface. Figure 26. Interface Group Window (2) 3) Click the <Apply> button to apply the configuration. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 51 of 496...

  • Page 52: Vlan Configuration

    [VLAN_ID]: Adds VLAN to the hybrid mode.  switchport hybrid allowed vlan remove [VLAN_ID]: Deletes VLAN from the hybrid mode.  no switchport hybrid vlan: Deletes all the hybrid settings. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 52 of 496...

  • Page 53

    1: Displays static VLAN information. [Typical configuration procedure] The typical configuration procedure of VLAN is as follows: WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# bridge 1 protocol mstp WEC8500/configure # vlan database WEC8500/configure/vlan#vlan {2-4094} bridge 1 WEC8500/configure/vlan# exit WEC8500/configure# interface vlan1.{2-4094} Configuration using Web UI In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration>...

  • Page 54: Bridge

    STP (MSTP), or IEEE 802.1W Rapid STP (RSTP) protocol.  bridge 1 protocol [PROTOCOL]  no bridge 1 protocol Parameter Description PROTOCOL Protocol to configure (ieee/mstp/rstp) - ieee: STP - mstp: MSTP - rstp: RSTP © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 54 of 496...

  • Page 55

    Filtering database type (address/vlan/interface) - address: Filtering database using a MAC address - vlan: Filtering database using the VLAN information. - interface: Filtering database using the interface information WORD Option BRIDGE_NAME Bridge name © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 55 of 496...

  • Page 56

    Configures a switch port, i.e. the layer 2 protocol characteristic information of the current VLAN. The ‘no’ parameter is used for default configuration. Go to interface mode and then execute the command.  switchport  no switchport © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 56 of 496...

  • Page 57: Spanning Tree

    Configures the bridge priority of MST instance. The ‘no’ parameter is used to delete priority.  bridge 1 instance [INSTANCE_ID] priority [BRIDGE_PRIORITY]  no bridge 1 instance [INSTANCE_ID] Parameter Description INSTANCE_ID Instance ID (range: 1-64) BRIDGE_PRIORITY Bridge priority (range: 0-61440) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 57 of 496...

  • Page 58

    1 rapid-spanning-tree enable(bridge-forward) [bridge spanning-tree enable] Configures a STP bridge. The ‘no’ parameter is used to clear the configuration.  bridge 1 spanning-tree enable  no bridge 1 spanning-tree enable(bridge-forward) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 58 of 496...

  • Page 59: Figure 27. Spanning Tree Configuration Window (1)

    Instance: Manages the MSTP VLAN instance.  Port: Manages the MSTP port. [Configuring Spanning Tree] After selecting the <Config> menu, enter configuration information and then click the <Apply> button. Figure 27. Spanning Tree Configuration Window (1) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 59 of 496...

  • Page 60: Figure 28. Spanning Tree Configuration Window (2)

    When you select the <Port> menu, the configured MSTP Port list is displayed on the window. Click the <Add> or <Delete> button to add or delete a port. Figure 29. Spanning Tree Configuration Window (3) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 60 of 496...

  • Page 61: Layer 3 Protocol Configuration

    1) Go to configure  interface configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# interface ge2 2) Set up an IP address. WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip address 100.100.100.1/24 3) Enable the interface. WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# no shutdown © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.

  • Page 62: Static Routing Configuration

    1) Go to configure mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal 2) Configure static routing. WEC8500/configure# ip route 10.2.3.0/24 30.30.30.2 Configuration using Web UI In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Controller>  <Network>  <Static Route> menu in the sub-menus.

  • Page 63: Pim Configuration

    WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# interface ge2 2) Configure the PIM sparse mode to an interface. WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip pim sparse-mode 3) Check a configured PIM using the ‘show running-config network’ command. To check the multicast-routing table, use the ‘show ip mroute’ command.

  • Page 64: Figure 31. Ospf Configuration Window

    Click the ADD button and configure the PROCESS ID to 1-10 in the below screen. Configuration using CLI 1) Go to configure  ospf configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# router ospf WEC8500/configure# router ospf ? 1 - 10 OSPF process ID WEC8500/configure# router ospf 2 WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2#...

  • Page 65

    Use reference bandwidth method to assign OSPF cost WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# auto-cost reference-bandwidth ? 1 - 4294967 The reference bandwidth in terms of Mbits per second WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# auto-cost reference-bandwidth 200 ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# auto-cost reference-bandwidth 200 Parameter Description reference-bandwidth Enter a value from 1-4294967.

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    CHAPTER 3. Data Network Function 5) CAPABILITY OPAQUE Configuration Enter the capability opaque. WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# capability ? opaque Opaque LSA WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# capability opaque ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# capability opaque Parameter Description Capability opaque Enabled when the CLI is entered.

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    WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# timers spf exp 3 ? 0 - 2147483647 Maximum Delay between receiving a change to SPF calculation in milliseconds WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# timers spf exp 3 100 ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# timers spf exp 3 100 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 67 of 496...

  • Page 68

    Use the value configured in ‘Configuration using CLI’ as a user-defined value in the below screen. The value configured in ‘Configuration using CLI’ is shown in the below screen. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 68 of 496...

  • Page 69: Configuration Using Cli

    Default Information Configuration of General Settings Configuration using CLI 1) Detail configuration of OSPF default-information WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# default-information ? originate Distribute a default route WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# default-information originate ? always Always advertise default route metric OSPF default metric metric-type OSPF metric type for default routes...

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    Ver. CHAPTER 3. Data Network Function 4) Configuration of default-information METRIC-TYPE Configure the OSPF metric-type (1/2) value. WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# default-information originate metric- type ? Set OSPF External Type 1 metrics Set OSPF External Type 2 metrics WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# default-information originate metric- type 1 ? <cr>...

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    WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# distance ospf ? external External routes inter-area Inter-area routes intra-area Intra-area routes WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# distance ospf external ? 1 - 255 <1-255> Distance for external/inter- area/intra-area routes WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# distance ospf external 50 WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.

  • Page 72

    Enter the OSPF INTER-AREA distance value. WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# distance ospf inter-area ? 1 - 255 <1-255> Distance for external/inter- area/intra-area routes WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# distance ospf inter-area 50 ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# distance ospf inter-area 50 WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# 5) Configuration of INTRA-AREA distance ospf Enter the OSPF INTRA-AREA distance value.

  • Page 73

    Maximum number of LSAs WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# overflow database external 3 ? 0 - 65535 Time to recover (0 not recover) WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# overflow database external 3 10 ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# overflow database external 3 10 3) Configuration of maximum number of LSAs Enter the maximum number of LSAs and hard limit value.

  • Page 74

    Soft limit; Warning will be given if exceed <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# overflow database 100 hard ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# overflow database 100 hard Enter the maximum number of LSAs and soft limit value. WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# overflow ? database...

  • Page 75

    Router-id for the OSPF process summary-address Configure IP address summaries timers Adjust routing timers WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# network ? A.B.C.D Network number A.B.C.D/M OSPF network prefix Configuration using Web UI In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Controller>...

  • Page 76

    Network number A.B.C.D/M OSPF network prefix WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# network 100.100.100.1 ? A.B.C.D OSPF wild card bits(network mask) WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# network 100.100.100.1 255.255.255.0 ? area Set the OSPF area ID WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# network 100.100.100.1 255.255.255.0 ? area Set the OSPF area ID WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# network 100.100.100.1 255.255.255.0...

  • Page 77

    Redistribute information from another routing protocol router-id Router-id for the OSPF process summary-address Configure IP address summaries timers Adjust routing timers WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# redistribute ? connected Connected static Static routes ospf Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# redistribute © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.

  • Page 78

    Set tag for routes redistributed into OSPF <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# redistribute connected metric ? 1 - 16777214 OSPF metric WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# redistribute connected metric 3 ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# redistribute connected metric 3 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 78 of 496...

  • Page 79

    Description metric-type Select 1 or 2. 4) Configuring route-map WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# redistribute connected route-map ? <WORD> Pointer to route-map entries WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# redistribute connected route-map a ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# redistribute connected route-map a Parameter Description route-map entries Enter <WORD>.

  • Page 80

    <Controller>  <Network>  <OSPF>  <Redistribute> menu in the sub-menus. After configuring Redistribute default, select a PROCESS ID for detail configuration. Configuring Redistribute details Configure the details of metric, metric-type, route-map, or tag, etc. which is configured in CLI. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 80 of 496...

  • Page 81

    1) Configuring stub Configuration using CLI WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 1 stub ? no-summary Do not inject inter-area routes into stub <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 1 stub no-summary ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 1 stub no-summary Parameter Description no-summary Select Stub or No Summary.

  • Page 82

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 3. Data Network Function 2) Configuring NSSA Configuration using CLI WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 1 nssa ? default-information-originate Originate Type 7 default into NSSA area no-redistribution No redistribution into this NSSA area no-summary Do not send summary LSA into NSSA...

  • Page 83

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 3. Data Network Function Metric-type configuration of NSSA default-information-originate WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 1# area 2 nssa default-information- originate metric-type ? 1 - 2 OSPF Link State type WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 1# area 2 nssa default-information- originate metric-type 2 WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 1# Parameter...

  • Page 84

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 3. Data Network Function Configuring translator-role of NSSA default-information-originate WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 1# area 2 nssa default-information- originate translator-role ? always Translate always candidate Candidate for translator (default) never Do not translate WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 1# area 2 nssa default-information- originate translator-role always ?

  • Page 85

    The default configuration screen is shown below. The NSSA window screen is shown as below after detail configuration is completed. If you select a Process ID after NSSA default configuration, operator can do detail configuration. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 85 of 496...

  • Page 86: Configuring Authentication

    Define a virtual link and its parameters WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 1# area 2 virtual-link ? A.B.C.D ID (IP addr) associated with virtual link neighbor WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 1# area 2 virtual-link 10.10.10.1 ? authentication Enable authentication authentication-key Set authentication key dead-interval Dead router detection time...

  • Page 87

    10 sec., the dead-interval will be 40 seconds if the hello-interval is not configured. In addition, operator can change it to a value between 1 second and 65535 seconds. WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 2 virtual-link 10.10.10.1 dead- interval ? 1 - 65535 Seconds WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 2 virtual-link 10.10.10.1 dead-...

  • Page 88

    Operator can enter maximum 16 characters. When you enter an authentication key, the message-digest-key configuration is completed. WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 2 virtual-link 10.10.10.1 message-digest-key ? 1 - 255 Key ID WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 2 virtual-link 10.10.10.1...

  • Page 89

    In the default configuration page, configure PROCESS ID, AREA ID, or LINK ID. For detail configuration, select a PROCESS ID you want. Operator can do detail configuration for an item you select. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 89 of 496...

  • Page 90

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 3. Data Network Function The detail configuration page is shown below. The Authentication page of a Virtual-Link is shown below. Click the Select Virtual-Link button. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 90 of 496...

  • Page 91

    To configure the Range detail items, start detail configuration after entering an Area range prefix value. WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 2 range ? A.B.C.D/M Area range prefix WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 2 range 10.10.10.1/16 ? advertise Advertise this range (default) not-advertise DoNotAdvertise this range <cr>...

  • Page 92

    ‘% The area is neither stub, nor NSSA’ WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 0.0.0.1 default-cost ? 0 - 16777215 Stub's advertised default summary cost WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 0.0.0.1 default-cost 3 ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 0.0.0.1 default-cost 3 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.

  • Page 93

    CHAPTER 3. Data Network Function Shortcut configuration For Shortcut configuration, operator can select one out of 3 selections including default, disable, and enable. WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# area 0.0.0.1 shortcut ? default Set default shortcutting behavior disable Disable shortcutting through the area...

  • Page 94

    A tag is a user-defined 32-bit tag value between 0 and 4294967295. A tag also has a default value and it is 0. WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# summary-address 11.1.1.1/16 WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# summary-address 11.1.1.1/16 tag ? 0 - 4294967295 32-bit tag value WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# summary-address 11.1.1.1/16 tag 3 Configuration using Web UI In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration>...

  • Page 95

    Unlike CLI, there is no no-advertise. A user can change the default Enable to Disable. 3.4.5.10 Passive Interface Configuration Configuration using CLI WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# passive-interface ? <WORD> Interface's name WEC8500/configure/router/ospf 2# passive-interface ge2 ? A.B.C.D Address of interface <cr> Parameter Description Interface Name Enter the name of an interface to use directly.

  • Page 96

    1) Go to configure  interface configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# WEC8500/configure# interface ge2 2) The items for detail configuration are as follows: WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf ? address Address of interface authentication Enable authentication authentication-key...

  • Page 97

    Link state transmit delay Configuring DISABLE OSPF WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf disable ? All functionality WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf disable all ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf disable all Configuring MTU The default does not use Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) configuration. The range of MTU user configuration is 576-65535.

  • Page 98

    WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf database-filter ? Filter all LSA WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf database-filter all ? Outgoing LSA WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf database-filter all out ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf database-filter all out Configuring dead-interval The default value of dead-interval is 4 times of hello-interval. Because the default hello-interval is configured to 10 sec., the dead-interval will be 40 seconds if the hello-...

  • Page 99

    The default hello-interval is 10 seconds. In addition, operator can change it to a value between 1 second and 65535 seconds. WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf hello-interval ? 1 - 65535 Seconds WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf hello-interval 50 ? <cr> WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf hello-interval 50 WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# Configuring retransmit-interval The default retransmit-interval is 5 seconds.

  • Page 100

    CHAPTER 3. Data Network Function Configuring PRIORITY The default OSPF Priority value is 1. A user can configure the priority between 1 and 255. WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf priority ? 0 - 255 Priority WEC8500/configure/interface ge2# ip ospf priority 2 Configuration using Web UI In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration>...

  • Page 101

    Then, the page for authentication related detail configuration is displayed as shown below. Select an interface that a user wants to configure, and enter the key string (1-255) of the configuration. The verification page after configuration is as follows: © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 101 of 496...

  • Page 102: Vrrp Configuration

    ID and interface name to go to the VRRP configuration mode. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# router WEC8500/configure# router vrrp WEC8500/configure# router vrrp 1 vlan1.10 WEC8500/configure/router/vrrp# The following commands are provided. [advertisement-interval] Configures the advertisement interval of VRRP in second. A user can configure the interval from 1 to 10.

  • Page 103

     virtual-ip [A.B.C.D] [MODE] Parameter Description A.B.C.D IP address MODE IP configuration mode (backup/master) - backup: Backup router configuration. - master: Master configuration. [show vrrp] Retrieves VRRP configuration.  show vrrp © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 103 of 496...

  • Page 104: Figure 32. Vrrp-operation Window

    Figure 33. VRRP-Circuit Failover Window (1) To perform detail configuration, select one of VRRP items. After selecting a configuration you want, select the <Apply> button to apply the configuration. Figure 34. VRRP-Circuit Failover Window (2) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 104 of 496...

  • Page 105: Configuring Ipwatchd

    Configure a TIMEOUT value (that a user wants) to detect an IP address collision. Operator can enter a value between 10 and 300 seconds. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# WEC8500/configure# ipwatch ? defend-interval Ipwatch defend-interval configuration WEC8500/configure# ipwatch defend-interval ? 10 - 300 Ipwatch defend-interval value(seconds) WEC8500/configure# ipwatch defend-interval 30 Parameter Description VALUE Enter a defend-interval (10-300 sec).

  • Page 106: Acl Configuration

    Deleting Access list ‘acl1’: APC# configure terminal APC/configure# fqm-mode APC/configure# no access-list ip acl1 permit seq 1 icmp any any 3) Check a created access list using the ‘show running-config network’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 106 of 496...

  • Page 107: Figure 36. Acl Configuration Window

    ACL name, the IP ALC window is changed as shown below. After selecting a time profile, click the <Apply> button to apply the time profile to the ACL. Figure 37. Window where a Time Profile is Applied to ACL © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 107 of 496...

  • Page 108: Figure 38. Acl Interface Configuration Window (1)

    The initial window of WLAN ACL configuration is shown below. When you click the <Add> or <Delete> button, you can add or delete ACL rule. Figure 38. ACL Interface Configuration Window (1) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 108 of 496...

  • Page 109: Figure 39. Acl Interface Configuration Window (2)

    2) Configure WLAN ACL by entering the ‘ip access-group wireless’ command.  ip access-group wireless [ACL_NAME] Parameter Description ACL_NAME ACL name to configure 3) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show running-config network’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 109 of 496...

  • Page 110: Figure 40. Admin Acl Configuration Window

    <Security>  <Access Control Lists>  <Access Group (System)> menu in the sub- menus. The initial window of Access Group is shown below. After selecting a configuration, click the <Apply> button to configure Admin ACL. Figure 40. Admin ACL Configuration Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 110 of 496...

  • Page 111: Class-map Configuration

    [PROTOCOL_VALE/any] source IP range match src ip range [A.B.C.D] [A.B.C.D] 5) Exit the Class-map mode.  exit 6) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show running-config network’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 111 of 496...

  • Page 112: Policy-map Configuration

    [QUEUE_NUM] [Peak rate to a class of traffic]  shape-peak [PEAK_RATE] 5) Exit the policy-map mode.  exit 6) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show running-config network’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 112 of 496...

  • Page 113: Service Policy Configuration

    An example of entering a command is shown below. APC/configure/interface ge2# service-policy in p1 APC/configure/interface ge2# no service-policy in p1 3) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show running-config network’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 113 of 496...

  • Page 114: Time Profile

    The configured time profile list is displayed on the window. When you click the <Add> or <Delete> button, you can add or delete a time profile. Figure 41. Time Profile Configuration Window (1) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 114 of 496...

  • Page 115: Figure 42. Time Profile Configuration Window (2)

    An example of applying ‘t1’ to ‘acl’ is shown below. APC# configure terminal APC/configure# fqm-mode access-list ip acl1 time-profile t1 3) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show running-config network’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 115 of 496...

  • Page 116: Figure 43. Applying To Acl

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Security>  <Access Control Lists>  <Access Group (Interface)> menu in the sub- menus. Perform configuration by referring to ‘ACL Rule Configuration’. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 116 of 496...

  • Page 117: Os-aware

    Fingerprint value os-aware ‘window7’ creation: APC# configure terminal APC/configure# os-aware APC/configure/os-aware # os-aware window7 dhcp-option 1 eq AA os-aware ‘window7’ deletion: APC# configure terminal APC/configure# os-aware APC/configure/os-aware # no os-aware window7 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 117 of 496...

  • Page 118

    An example of applying ‘window7’ to ‘acl’ is as follows. APC# configure terminal APC/configure# fqm-mode access-list ip acl1 permit seq 1 icmp any any os-aware window7 3) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show running-config network’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 118 of 496...

  • Page 119: Multicast To Unicast

    <Controller>  <Multicast>  <IP Multicast> menu in the sub-menus. After selecting Enable/Disable in the IP Multicast window, click the <Apply> button to apply the configuration. Figure 44. IP Multicast Configuration Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 119 of 496...

  • Page 120

    PIM Configuration As a multicast layer3 transmission protocol, the PIM has two modes, i.e. Dense mode and Sparse mode. The WEC8500 supports only PIM Sparse mode and the PIM Sparse mode can be configured for each interface. Configuration using CLI 1) Go to configure of CLI ...

  • Page 121: Figure 47. Pim-sm Configuration Window (3)

    3) Select an interface to add. Figure 47. PIM-SM Configuration Window (3) 4) The selected interface is displayed on the window. Click the <Apply> button to apply the configuration. Figure 48. PIM-SM Configuration Window (4) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 121 of 496...

  • Page 122: Igmp Snooping

    Configuring the IGMP Snooping of a VLAN interface: WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# interface vlan1.10 WEC8500/configure/interface vlan1.10# ip igmp snooping In addition, a specific function of the IGMP Snooping functions of a VLAN interface can be enabled or disabled as shown in the below command.

  • Page 123: Figure 49. Igmp Snooping Config Window

    The PIM-SM initial window is shown below. When you click the <Add> or <Delete> button, you can add or delete PIM-SM configuration. Figure 50. IGMP Snooping Mroute Creation Window (1) 1) In the PIM-SM initial window, click the <Add> button. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 123 of 496...

  • Page 124: Figure 51. Igmp Snooping Mroute Creation Window (2)

    Figure 52. IGMP Snooping Mroute Creation Window (3) 4) The selected interface is displayed on the window. Click the <Apply> button to apply the configuration. Figure 53. IGMP Snooping Mroute Creation Window (4) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 124 of 496...

  • Page 125: Chapter 4. Ap Connection Management

    MAC address. The maximum number of APC systems that can be registered per model is as follows: APC Model The maximum number of APC systems that can be registered WEC8500 WEC8050 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 125 of 496...

  • Page 126: Figure 54. Apc List Management Window

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Controller>  <APC Lists> menu in the sub-menus. Operator can add a new APC by clicking the Add button in the figure. Figure 54. APC List Management Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 126 of 496...

  • Page 127: Management Interface Configuration

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Controller>  <General> menu in the sub-menus. After entering a configuration in the AP Management of the window, click the <Apply> button. Figure 55. Management interface configuration © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 127 of 496...

  • Page 128: Capwap Configuration

    [port]: Changes the CAPWAP Control port (RFC5415).  date-check-timer [TIMER]: Configures the maximum waiting time until the APC receives Data Channel Keep-alive (default: 30 seconds)  discovery-by-broadcast: Configures whether to allow connection to CAPWAP broadcast. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 128 of 496...

  • Page 129

    CAPWAP control packet transmission. An example of entering a command is shown below. WEC8500/configure/apc/capwap# date-check-timer 30 3) To check the configured CAPWAP information, use the ‘show apc capwap summary’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 129 of 496...

  • Page 130: Auto Discovery Configuration

    3) Configure an AP group that will be working after AP automatic registration.  auto-discovery-ap-group [AP_GROUP_ID] Parameter Description AP_GROUP_ID ap-group that will be working after AP automatic registration 4) To check the configured information, use the ‘show apc capwap summary’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 130 of 496...

  • Page 131: Managing Ap File Transmission

    Number of retries. 5) Configure a collection interval.  ap-stats-history [PERIOD] Parameter Description PERIOD Information collection interval (unit: s) 6) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show ap stats-history’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 131 of 496...

  • Page 132: Apc Redundancy Configuration

    APC. If a fault also occurs to the secondary APC, the AP is connected to the tertiary APC. For reference, the WEC8050 model does not support a tertiary APC. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 132 of 496...

  • Page 133

    IP address of an APC to add This address is an IP required by an AP to connect to the APC. Therefore, you must enter the AP Management IP address of the APC. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 133 of 496...

  • Page 134

    - multicast: Multicast discovery type - broadcast: broadcast discovery type - DHCP: Discovery type is interoperating with the DHCP server. To use this mode, IP ADDRESS POLICY of the AP must be set to DHCP. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 134 of 496...

  • Page 135: Figure 56. Redundancy Configuration Window

    Therefore, you must enter the AP Management IP address of the APC. PORT CAPWAP PORT number of the APC to add If no port number is entered, it is set to 5246, the default port number of © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 135 of 496...

  • Page 136: Figure 57. Ap Retrieving Window

    After configuring the DISCOVERY TYPE of AP to ‘APC Referal’, select the PRIMARY CONTROLLER NAME, SECONDARY CONTROLLER NAME, and TERTIARY CONTROLLER NAME. For the WEC8500 model, the TERTIARY CONTROLLER NAME is not shown in the menu.

  • Page 137: Figure 58. Ap Redundancy Configuration Window

    - multicast: Multicast discovery type - broadcast: broadcast discovery type - DHCP: Discovery type is interoperating with the DHCP server. To use this mode, IP ADDRESS POLICY of the AP must be set to DHCP. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 137 of 496...

  • Page 138: Ap Management

    WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# 2) Create or delete an AP group. Use ‘no’ parameter in front of the command to delete an AP group.  ap-group [AP_GROUP_NAME]  no ap-group [AP_GROUP_NAME] © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 138 of 496...

  • Page 139: Figure 59. Ap Groups Configuration

    <AP Groups> menu in the sub-menus. It provides the group configuration of the AP. Click the <Add> or <Delete> button to add or delete a group. Figure 59. AP groups configuration © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 139 of 496...

  • Page 140: Configuring Remote Ap Group

    WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# 2) Create or delete a remote AP group. To delete a remote AP group, enter ‘no’ parameter in front of the command  remote-ap-group [REMOTE_AP_GROUP_NAME]  no remote-ap-group [REMOTE_AP_GROUP_NAME] © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 140 of 496...

  • Page 141: Figure 60. Remote Ap Groups Add/delete Window

    <AP Groups> menu in the sub-menus. It provides the group configuration of the AP. Click the <Add> or <Delete> button to add or delete a group. Figure 60. Remote AP Groups Add/Delete Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 141 of 496...

  • Page 142: Figure 61. Detail Configuration Of Remote Ap Groups

    <Remote AP Groups> menu in the sub-menus. When you click the name of a remote AP group, operator can add or delete an AP or RADIUS server and configure local authentication, and local authentication list, etc. Figure 61. Detail Configuration of Remote AP Groups © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 142 of 496...

  • Page 143: Ap Time Synchronization Per Group

     mode ac-stamp  ac-stamp-interval [INTERVAL]  timezone [TIMEZONE] 3) To check the time synchronization information per configured AP group, execute the ‘show ap-group time-config’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 143 of 496...

  • Page 144

    5) To check the time synchronization information per configured AP group, execute the ‘show ap-group time-config’ command. 6) To check the NTP server information of an AP, execute the ‘show ap time-config ntp’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 144 of 496...

  • Page 145: Figure 62. Items For Time Synchronization Configuration

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <NTP>  <AP> menu in the sub-menus. And then add the NTP server information. Figure 63. Configuring NTP server of AP © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 145 of 496...

  • Page 146: Ap Group Profile

     max-retransmit [INTERVAL]: Configures the maximum number of retransmission times of a CAPWAP control message.  native-vlanId [VLAN_ID]: Configures the native VLAN in an AP. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 146 of 496...

  • Page 147

    Configures the time synchronization method in an AP.  vlan-support: Configures whether to enable the native VLAN of an AP. 3) To check the profile of a configured AP group, use the ‘show ap-group detail [AP_GROUP_NAME]’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 147 of 496...

  • Page 148: Figure 64. Configuring Ap Group Profile

    <Access Points>  AP name selection  <Advanced> menu in the sub-menus. The configuration items in the Advance tab are as follows: To apply the configuration after entering each item, click the <Apply> button. Figure 64. Configuring AP group profile © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 148 of 496...

  • Page 149: Ap Configuration

    To configure AP information, execute the command as follows: 1) Go to configure  AP configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# ap [ap profile name] WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1# If there exists the same AP when entering [ap profile name], you are guided to the mode where operator can configure the AP.

  • Page 150

    If the APC cannot receive an echo message from an AP until two times of echo-interval is elapsed, the APC assumes that the AP is down (Unit: seconds) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 150 of 496...

  • Page 151

    [VLAN_ID]: Configures the VLAN ID of a remote AP WLAN that performs local bridging. 3) To check the information of a configured AP profile, use the ‘show ap detail [AP_NAME]’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 151 of 496...

  • Page 152: Figure 66. Ap Profile Setting (1)

    ADMIN STATUS: AP administrative status  OPER STATUS: Current AP operational status  PRIMARY CONTROLLER NAME, SECONDARY CONTROLLER NAME, TERTIARY CONTROLLER NAME: Redundancy mode For WEC8050, the TERTIARY CONTROLLER NAME is not supported. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 152 of 496...

  • Page 153: Figure 67. Ap Profile Setting (2)

    To configure AP mode, execute the command as follows. 1) Go to configure  AP configuration  AP profile mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# ap ap_1 WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1# profile WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1/profile# © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 153 of 496...

  • Page 154: Figure 68. Ap Mode Configuration

    <Access Points>  AP selection  <General> menu in the sub-menus. After selecting the AP MODE NAME item, click the <Apply> button to apply the configuration. Figure 68. AP mode configuration © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 154 of 496...

  • Page 155: Information Management

    WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1# profile 2) Configure to make history statistics information updated periodically. WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1/profile# ap-stats-history-enable 3) To check the history statistics information of an AP, use the ‘show ap stats-history’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 155 of 496...

  • Page 156: Figure 69. Ap Ports Window

    As shown below, you can retrieve the real-time interface statistics of the AP. Select an item in the list, then you can check detail information. Figure 69. AP Ports window Figure 70. AP Ports detail information window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 156 of 496...

  • Page 157: Figure 71. Ap Tech Support Information Receiving Window

    WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# ap [ap profile name] WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1# tech-support WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1/tech-support# 2) Request the coredump file of the AP. WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1/debug# get-coredump (system / radio- coredump) 3) Request the crashfile of the AP. WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1/debug# get-crash-file (system / radio- coredump) 4) Request the log file of the AP.

  • Page 158: Ap Package Upgrade

    Are you sure you want to continue? (y/n) : y WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1# 3) To check the upgrade file information of the requested AP, use the following command. WEC8500/configure/ap ap_1# show ap upgrade list /* (RC/FR/RC) : RetryCount/FailReason/RebootCause /* Pri : VersionPriority (MD-model,A-AP config)

  • Page 159

    - keeping-individual: While maintaining individually configured ap version, perform upgrade for the rest APs. [transfer-protocol] Selects a transmission protocol that is used to transmit the package file of an AP from the WEC8500 to the AP.  Transfer-protocol [AP TRANSFER MODE] Parameter...

  • Page 160

    Provides the function of stopping the image upgrade of all the APs.  stop [show ap upgrade] To check the upgrade information of an AP, use the following command.  show ap upgrade summary © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 160 of 496...

  • Page 161: Figure 72. Ap Upgrade

    1) In the AP Upgrade window, click the <Global> button. 2) The <Global> area is displayed on the window. After configuring each item, click the <Apply> button. Figure 73. AP upgrade-global © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 161 of 496...

  • Page 162: Figure 74. Ap Upgrade-individual

    SCOPE: Selects upgrade method. The <to individual> upgrades the selected AP to a specific package and the <to global> makes a select AP working as global.  FORCE UPGRADE: Enable or disable  SELECT AP PACKAGE: Selects an AP package to upgrade.. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 162 of 496...

  • Page 163: Figure 75. Ap Upgrade-advanced

     MAX RETRY: Configures maximum number of re-attempts when AP upgrade is failed.  DEFAULT AP PACKAGE: Select an AP package that will be used for automatic upgrade during AP joint. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 163 of 496...

  • Page 164: Chapter 5. Wlan Management

    APC. To use WLAN service, it is necessary to basically configure AP group and interface group and specify Service Set Identifier (SSID). Configuration using CLI Go to the wlan configuration mode from the configure mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# wlan [WLAN ID] Parameter Description WLAN_ID WLAN ID (range: 1-16) The WLAN configuration procedures are as follows: 1) Go to configure ...

  • Page 165: Figure 76. Wlan Basic Configuration (1)

    CHAPTER 5. WLAN Management WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# ap-group apg_01 WEC8500/configure/ap-group apg_01# add-wlan 1 3) Configure an interface group to which the WLAN service will be provided. Several VLAN interfaces can be added to an interface group, and the WLAN service is available only through the interface..

  • Page 166: Figure 77. Wlan Basic Configuration (2)

    AAA OVERRIDE: Enables or disables the function.  MAXIMUM ALLOWED STATIONS: Limits the number of users per WLAN.  GUEST SERVICE: Enables or disables the Guest service.  ADMIN STATUS: Enables or disables the function. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 166 of 496...

  • Page 167: Wlan Additional Configuration

    - 3: Supports both 5/2.4 GHz 7) Select whether to provide the SSID as hidden. If it is set to ‘hidden’, the SSID is not found when other devices do searching.  suppress-ssid © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 167 of 496...

  • Page 168: Wlan-based Acl Configuration

    WLAN. Configuration using CLI The procedures for configuration are as follows. 1) Before applying ACL, retrieve ACL that is configured as WLAN ACL. WEC8500# show running-config network fqm-mode … ip access-group wireless acl1 2) Go to configure  wlan configuration mode of CLI.

  • Page 169: Figure 78. Wlan-based Acl Configuration

    STATION IDLE TIMEOUT: Enter a station idle timeout value. The value range is 30- 3600 and it must be the multiple of 15.  VOIP FAILURE DETECT: Configures call failure detection. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 169 of 496...

  • Page 170: Managing Root Service

    1) Go to configure  wlan 241 configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# wlan 241 WEC8500/configure/wlan 241# 2) Stop the operation of WALN 241. WEC8500/configure/wlan 241# no enable 3) Specify a WLAN interface group.  if-group [INTERFACE_GROUP_NAME] 4) Restart WALN 241.

  • Page 171

    3) Go to AP configuration mode to change to a Root AP. WEC8500/configure# ap ap_1 4) Configure it to a Root AP. WEC8500/ configure/ap ap_1# profile ap-mode rootAp 5) Restart the configured AP. [Changing to Repeater AP] The procedure of changing a W-EP AP to a Repeater AP is as follows: 1) Go to configure mode of CLI..

  • Page 172: Figure 79. Root Service Management (1)

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Access Points>  AP selection  <General> menu in the sub-menus. After selecting AP MODE item, click the <Apply> button and restart the AP. Figure 80. Root service management (2) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 172 of 496...

  • Page 173: Local Switching

    2) Enter into the configure  wlan configuration mode of CLI, and configure ‘tunnel- mode’ to ‘local-bridging’. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# wlan 1 WEC8500/configure/wlan 1# tunnel-mode local-bridging  tunnel-mode local-bridging 3) Enter into the configure  AP configuration mode of CLI, and configure a local Vlan ID per WLAN.

  • Page 174: Figure 81. Local Switching Configuration Window Of Wlan

    <Remote AP> tab. Select a WLAN that is configured as local bridging, enter a VLAN ID, and click the <Apply> button. Figure 82. VLAN Configuration Window of WLAN Allocated to AP © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 174 of 496...

  • Page 175: Security And Authentication

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 5. WLAN Management Security and Authentication The Samsung W-EP AP/APC supports the security and authentication function defined in the IEEE 802.11-based wireless LAN security standard and its main mechanism is as follows:  Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) ...

  • Page 176: Figure 83. Initialization Of Wlan Security Function

    - 802.1x: 802.1x authentication type through a RADIUS server PSK FORMAT PSK key input type - ASCII: ASCII character string - HEX: Hexadecimal value PSK KEY PSK key - 8-63 ASCII character string - 64-characters of hexadecimal value © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 176 of 496...

  • Page 177: Wpa/wpa2 Psk Configuration

    1) Go to configure  wlan configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# wlan 1 2) Go to security configuration mode and initialize the configuration. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1# security WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# setDefault 3) Configure the WPA type. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# [WPA_TYPE] © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 177 of 496...

  • Page 178

    Description WPA_TYPE WPA type (wpa/wpa2) - wpa: WPA Version 1 - wpa2: WPA Version 2 4) Configure the PSK key. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# psk [KEY_TYPE] [KEY_STRING] Parameter Description KEY_TYPE PSK key input format (ascii/hex) - ASCII: ASCII character string - HEX: Hexadecimal value...

  • Page 179: Figure 84. Wpa/wpa2 Psk Configuration

    WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# apply WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# exit 10) To check the configuration information, use the following command. WEC8500/configure# show wlan security summary Configuration using Web UI In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <WLANs> menu in the sub-menus. Select a WLAN ID to change in the WLANs screen and go to the <Security>...

  • Page 180: Wpa/wpa2 802.1x Configuration

    WPA type (wpa/ wpa2) - wpa: WPA Version 1 - wpa2: WPA Version 2 4) Configure the encryption type. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# [WPA_TYPE] [ENC_TYPE] Parameter Description WPA_TYPE WPA type (wpa/wpa2): Use the same value as the WPA type configured before.

  • Page 181

    Encryption type (tkip/ ccmp) - tkip: TKIP type - ccmp: AES-CCMP type 5) Disable the PSK key management algorithm. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# no keymgmt psk 6) Configure the key management algorithm to 802.1x. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# keymgmt ieee8021x 7) Enable the 802.1x authentication.

  • Page 182: Figure 85. Wpa/wpa2 802.1x Configuration (1)

    WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# apply WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# exit 11) To check the configuration information, use the following command. WEC8500/configure# show wlan security summary 12) To check configuration information, use the ‘show wlan security summary’ command. Configuration using Web UI In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <WLANs>...

  • Page 183: Figure 86. Wpa/wpa2 802.1x Configuration (2)

    Select the L2 Security Type as WPA + WPA2 and AUTH KEY MGMT as 802.1x. After configuring the rest values as required, click the <Apply> button. For more information about detail configuration item of L2 tab, see ‘5.3.1 Initialization of WLAN Security Function’. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 183 of 496...

  • Page 184: Static Wep Configuration

    5) Configure the WEP Shared Key mode. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# wep shared 6) Use the following command to configure the cryptographic key of WEP. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# wep encryption [KEY_TYPE] [KEY_STRING] [KEY_INDEX] [KEY_LENGTH] © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 184 of 496...

  • Page 185: Figure 87. Static Wep Configuration

    Select the L2 Security Type as Static WEP. After configuring the rest values as required, click the <Apply> button. For more information about detail configuration item of L2 tab, see ‘5.3.1 Initialization of WLAN Security Function’. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 185 of 496...

  • Page 186: Dynamic Wep Configuration

    WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# setDefault 3) Enable the 802.1x authentication. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# ieee8021x 4) To configure the length of a cryptographic key of dynamic WEP, execute the following command. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# ieee8021x encryption [KEY_LENGTH] Parameter Description KEY_LENGTH Key length (Bit unit) - 40 - 104 ©...

  • Page 187

    7) After applying the changed configuration, exit the security configuration mode. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# apply WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# exit 8) To check the configuration information, execute the following command. WEC8500/configure# show wlan security summary 9) To check configuration information, execute the ‘show wlan security summary’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.

  • Page 188: Figure 88. Dynamic Wep Configuration Window

    Select the L2 Security Type as Dynamic WEP. After configuring the rest values as required, click the <Apply> button. For more information about detail configuration item of L2 tab, see ‘5.3.1 Initialization of WLAN Security Function’. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 188 of 496...

  • Page 189: Dhcp Configuration

    <DHCP>  <Internal Server> menu in the sub-menus. Figure 89. DHCP server configuration Enable/Disable the DHCP SERVER SERVICE item in the Internal Server window to enable or disable a DHCP server. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 189 of 496...

  • Page 190: Dhcp Pool

    To configure the DHCP Pool related function, execute the command as follows to go to the DHCP pool mode. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure # ip dhcp pool test WEC8500/configure/ip/dhcp/pool test# [Configuring IP address] Before configuring a DHCP pool, you should configure a network first. If the network is not configured, you cannot execute other commands.

  • Page 191

    IP_ADDRESS DNS Server’s IP address [Configuring Domain Name] Configures or deletes a domain name.  domain-name [DOMAIN]  no domain-name [DOMAIN] Parameter Description DOMAIN Domain name to configure (e.g. samsung APC.co.kr) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 191 of 496...

  • Page 192

    As shown in the below example, 100.100.100.10 can be always allocated to the IP address of a wireless terminal whose MAC address is 11:22:33:44:55:66. WEC8500/configure/ip/dhcp/pool test# fix-address 11:22:33:44:55:66 100.100.100.10 [Configuring IP Address Lease Time] Configure the time when a wireless terminal receives an IP address. The ‘lease infinite’...

  • Page 193

    − passive: The DHCP server transmits data upon a client’s request. Command Description - user-option [1-254] string [string] [active/passive] Configures an option. - user-option [1-254] octet aa:bb:cc [active/passive] - user-option [1-254] int [integer] [active/passive] © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 193 of 496...

  • Page 194

    - no user-option [1-254] ipaddress A.B.C.D [active/passive] no user-option all Deletes all the configured options. A usage example is given below. WEC8500/configure/ip/dhcp/pool test# user-option 3 string “hi, there” active WEC8500/configure/ip/dhcp/pool test# user-option 200 octet 33:4A:5C:6F:DD passive WEC8500/configure/ip/dhcp/pool test# user-option 201 int -3000...

  • Page 195: Figure 90. Dhcp Pool (1)

    Click the <Add> or <Delete> button to add or delete a DHCP pool. Figure 90. DHCP Pool (1) The window where a DHCP pool can be added is shown below. Figure 91. DHCP Pool (2) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 195 of 496...

  • Page 196

    IP address range. 5.4.1.3 Retrieving Number of DHCP Packets To check the number of DHCP packets that the DHCP server receives, execute the ‘show ip dhcp statistics’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 196 of 496...

  • Page 197: Dhcp Relay

    The relay and proxy are operating in the switching mode. If a proxy is not used, it is operating in the relay mode. WEC8500/configure # no ip dhcp-proxy enable 3) To check the configured DHCP information, use the ‘show ip dhcp-proxy’ command.

  • Page 198: Dhcp Proxy

    <DHCP>  <Proxy> menu in the sub-menus. You can configure the Proxy mode of DHCP to relay/proxy. Change the radio box for configuration in the DHCP PROXY MODE of Global Parameter item. Figure 93. DHCP Proxy © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 198 of 496...

  • Page 199: Option 82 Configuration

    Specifies one out of the following three data to the Option 82 remote-id. - ap-mac: MAC address of an AP - ap-mac-ssid: MAC address and SSID of an AP - ap- ethermac: Ethernet MAC address of an AP © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 199 of 496...

  • Page 200: Figure 94. Option 82 Configuration (1)

    STATE and OPTION 82 TYPE and then click the <Apply> button. In the OPTION 82 STATE, configure Enable/Disable for Option 82 and configure ap-mac, ap-mac-ssid, or ap-ethermac for OPTION 82 TYPE. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 200 of 496...

  • Page 201: Primary/secondary Server Configuration

    A.B.C.D: Configures only a global primary server.  no ip dhcp-proxy default-dhcp-server primary A.B.C.D secondary A.B.C.D: Deletes both global primary/secondary servers.  no ip dhcp-proxy default-dhcp-server primary A.B.C.D: Deletes a global primary server. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 201 of 496...

  • Page 202: Figure 96. Primary/secondary Server Configuration (1)

    Select an item in the list and perform detail configuration. Figure 97. Primary/Secondary server configuration (2) After unchecking the GLOBAL USE checkbox in the DHCP part, configure PRIMARY DHCP SERVER and ‘SECONDARY DHCP SERVER’ and then click the <Apply> button. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 202 of 496...

  • Page 203: Figure 98. Primary/secondary Server Configuration (3)

    If you does Global configuration, the configuration is applied to all the interfaces whose ‘GLOBAL USE’ checkbox is checked in the DHCP configuration of APC interface. Figure 98. Primary/Secondary server configuration (3) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 203 of 496...

  • Page 204: Radio Service Configuration

    [WLAN_ID] [TIMEOUT] Parameter Description WLAN_ID WLAN ID (range: 1-240) TIMEOUT Station idle timeout (range: 30-3600, unit: 15 s, default: 300) 5) To check the configured information, use the ‘show wlan-radio-service’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 204 of 496...

  • Page 205: Figure 99. Radio Service Configuration

     DTIM: Enter a DTIM value (1-255).  STATION IDLE TIMEOUT: Enter a station idle timeout value. The value range is 30- 3600 and it must be the multiple of 15. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 205 of 496...

  • Page 206: Chapter 6. Wi-fi Configuration

    ‘show 80211a summary’ or ‘show 80211bg summary’, the channel value is displayed in ‘*’.) Parameter Description CHANNEL Channel Configuration - Range for 80211a: 36-165 - Range for 80211bg: 1-14 AP_ID AP ID (range: 1-500) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 206 of 496...

  • Page 207

    4) To check the configured channel and TX power information, use the following command. In the below example, the AP_f4d9fb23bfb9 whose Tx Power is displayed as 10* has a fixed TX power. WEC8500# show 80211a[|80211bg] summary AP Name MAC Address Operation State Channel...

  • Page 208: Figure 100. 802.11a/b/g/n Radio (1)

    CHANNEL FIX: The configured channel is configured as fixed and it is not affected by the automatic adjustment function such as RRM. When selecting the <Monitor>  <Access Points>  <Radio>  <802.11a/n> or <802.11b/g/n> menu, the channel value is displayed as *. (Optional) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 208 of 496...

  • Page 209: Figure 101. 802.11a/b/g/n Radio (2)

    BEACON PERIOD: Beacon period (range: 40-3500)  FRAGMENTATION THRESHOLD: AP fragmentation threshold (range: 256-8000)  MAX. CLIENT COUNTS: Limits the number of connected clients per radio  CONTROLLED VOICE OPTIMIZATION: Configures voice optimization. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 209 of 496...

  • Page 210

    MINOR ALARM THRESHOLD: Configures a threshold that generates a Minor alarm (range: 0-15) Enter ‘0’ to prevent the alarm.  MAJOR ALARM THRESHOLD: Configures a threshold that generates a Major alarm (range: 0-30) Enter ‘0’ to prevent the alarm. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 210 of 496...

  • Page 211: N Configuration

    3) Configure an AP so that it can support 802.11n property. WEC8500/configure/80211a/11n-support# enable [AP_ID] Parameter Description AP_ID AP ID (range: 1-500) 4) Configure the Modulation and Coding Scheme (MCS) rate. WEC8500/configure/80211a/11n-support# mcs [RATE] ap [AP_ID] Parameter Description RATE MSC rate (range: 0-23) AP_ID AP ID (range: 1-500) 5) To check the configured 11n-support information, use the ‘show 80211a radio-config...

  • Page 212: Wi-fi Qos Configuration

    In the Qos menu, there are Wired and Wireless tab. To change the Station EDCA parameter, select the Wired tab. If you want to change the AP EDCA parameter to configure the QoS of an AP wireless section, select the Wireless tab. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 212 of 496...

  • Page 213: Figure 102. Qos Configuration Of A Wireless Terminal (1)

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 6. Wi-Fi Configuration [Wired tab] Figure 102. QoS configuration of a wireless terminal (1) [Wireless tab] Figure 103. QoS configuration of a wireless terminal (2) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 213 of 496...

  • Page 214: Qos Configuration Of Ap

    - default: Marks pre-configured basic value to the Inner DSCP field. 3) Configure a default 802.1p value per packet.  dot1p-tag [PACKET_TYPE] [802.1P_TAG] Parameter Description PACKET_TYPE Packet type configuration (voice/video/best_effort/background) 802.1P_TAG Default 802.1p value © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 214 of 496...

  • Page 215

    24~45 video 0, 3 0~7, 16~23 best effort 1, 2 8~15 background 6) To check the configured policy and QoS parameter information per packet, use the ‘show 80211a[|80211bg] qos policy’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 215 of 496...

  • Page 216

    Packet type configuration (voice/video/best_effort/background) 802.1P_TAG 802.1p configuration DSCP_TAG DSCP tag configuration 3) To check the QoS parameter information of a configured AP, use the ‘show 80211a [|80211bg] qos ac-profile [PACKET_TYPE]’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 216 of 496...

  • Page 217: Figure 104. Qos Configuration Of Ap (wireless Section)

    <Radio>  <802.11a/n> or <802.11b/g/n>  <QoS> menu in the sub-menus. Figure 104. QoS configuration of AP (wireless section) In the Access Point tab, enter 802.1p or a DSCP value into the QoS Default Values. Click the <Apply> button to apply. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 217 of 496...

  • Page 218: Configuring Qos Profile Of A Specific Terminal

    AP QoS packet.  max-dot1p <802.1p tag> Parameter Description 802.1P_TAG Maximum allowed 802.1p configuration (range: 0-7) 5) To check the configured QoS profile information, use the ‘show qos profile’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 218 of 496...

  • Page 219: Figure 105. Configuring Qos Profile Of A Specific Terminal

    PER-USER UPSTREAM BANDWIDTH CONTRACT: Maximum upward usage (range: 0-450000)  PER-USER DOWNSTREAM BANDWIDTH CONTRACT: Maximum downward usage (range: 0-450000)  VOICE/VIDEO/BEST EFFORT/BACKGROUND: Enter 802.1P TAG (range: 0-7) and DSCP TAG (range: 0-64) for each item. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 219 of 496...

  • Page 220: Voice Optimization Configuration

    <Radio>  <802.11a/n> or <802.11b/g/n>  <General> menu in the sub-menus. Figure 106. Configuring voice optimization To enable Controlled Voice Optimization (CVO), select Enable in the CONTROLLED VOICE OPTIMIZATION. To disable it, select Disable. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 220 of 496...

  • Page 221: H Configuration

    3) Configure the transmission power of a wireless terminal.  power-constraint [VALUE] Parameter Description VALUE Transmission power(0 – 31 dB) 4) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show 80211h configuration’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 221 of 496...

  • Page 222: Figure 107. Configuring 802.11h

    POWER CONSTRAINT: Power constraint value (0-100)  CHANNEL SWITCH: Enables channel switch announcement.  RESTRICTION MODE: Configures transmission restriction.  CHANNEL SWTICH COUNT: Enter a waiting time until channel switching announcement. Target Beacon Transmission Times (TBTT) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 222 of 496...

  • Page 223: Country Code

    [AP_ID] [COUNTRY_CODE] [VALUE] Parameter Description AP_ID AP ID (range: 1-500) COUNTRY_CODE Country code to configure VALUE Environment configuration (both/outdoor/indoor/none) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show country ap-config [AP_ID]’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 223 of 496...

  • Page 224

    CHANNEL_NUMBER Channel to configure. MAX _TX_POWER Maximum transmission power per channel. To check the configuration information, use the ‘show country information [COUNTRY_ CODE]’ command. Parameter Description COUNTRY_CODE Country code to configure © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 224 of 496...

  • Page 225: Figure 108. Country Code Window (1)

    2) Select a channel to add in the MAX TX POWER LEVEL (5 GHZ/2.4 GHZ) and enter maximum transmission power level (0-30). 3) In the MAX TX POWER LEVEL (5 GHZ/2.4 GHZ), unselect a channel to delete. 4) Click the <Apply> button to apply. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 225 of 496...

  • Page 226: Figure 109. Country Code Window (2)

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Access Points>  <General> menu in the sub-menus. Figure 109. Country code window (2) After selecting COUNTRY and ENVIRONMENT, click the <Apply> button. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 226 of 496...

  • Page 227: Chapter 7. Wlan Additional Services

    The debug statistics information of a wireless terminal is retrieved.  show station stats management_frame all: The debug statistics information of a wireless terminal is retrieved. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 227 of 496...

  • Page 228: Connection History Related Configuration

    You can configure maximum value for the connection history of a wireless terminal that will be managed in the APC.  station number-of-assoc-tracking [COUNT] Parameter Description COUNT Maximum number of association tracking © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 228 of 496...

  • Page 229: Handover Management

    AirMove handover is performed by the collaboration between wireless terminals compatible with the APC. Therefore, the packet loss or handover time is optimized. Some Samsung smartphones such as Galaxy S2 or S3, etc. provide the AirMove function.

  • Page 230

    - OPTION: station-decision-delta - OPTION_DETAIL: Threshold (dBm) An example of using the command for each configuration item is as follows: WEC8500/configure# handover opmode APP WEC8500/configure# handover buffered-forwarding enable WEC8500/configure# handover decision-delta 10 WEC8500/configure# handover scan-time-channel 10 WEC8500/configure# handover scan-time-interleave 1000...

  • Page 231: Inter Apc Handover Configuration

    Configures whether to use the Inter APC handover. The default value of Inter APC handover is not configured.  handover inter-apc enable To check the configuration information, use the ‘show handover configuration’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 231 of 496...

  • Page 232: Voice Cac Configuration

    SIP No Answer Timeout and SIP Connect Timeout in order. To enable SIP ALG, execute the command as follows: 1) Go to configure mode of CLI. APC# configure terminal 2) Enable the SIP ALG. APC/configure# sipalg enable © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 232 of 496...

  • Page 233: Figure 112. Sip Alg Configuration Window

    <Controller>  <General> menu in the sub-menus. Figure 112. SIP ALG configuration window After configuring SIP ALG that is a voice CAC related configuration in the SIP ALG, click the <Apply> button. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 233 of 496...

  • Page 234: Cac Configuration

    4) Configure the number of marginal calls considering the handover.  reserved-ho-calls [VALUE] Parameter Description VALUE Number of marginal calls considering the handover 5) To check the configured voice CAC information, use the ‘show 80211a cac configuration’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 234 of 496...

  • Page 235: Figure 113. General Configuration Of 802.11a/n

    MINOR ALARM THRESHOLD: Configures a threshold that generates a Minor alarm (range: 0-15) Enter ‘0’ to prevent the alarm.  MAJOR ALARM THRESHOLD: Configures a threshold that generates a Major alarm (range: 0-30) Enter ‘0’ to prevent the alarm. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 235 of 496...

  • Page 236: Radio Resource Management (rrm)

    <Radio>  <802.11a/n> or <802.11b/g/n>  <RRM> menu in the sub-menus. Enable or disable the RRM service at the top of the menu. The RRM can be set in either 802.11a/n screen or 802.11b/g/n screens. Figure 114. RRM configuration window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 236 of 496...

  • Page 237: Dpc Configuration

    DPC. The default minimum is 16 for 80211a and 12 for 80211b. The default maximum is 20 for both 80211a and 80211b. WEC8500/configure/rrm/80211a/dpc# txPower min [value] max [value] 7) Check the settings using the ‘show rrm config-summary’ command.

  • Page 238: Figure 115. Dpc Settings

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Radio> <802.11a/n> or <802.11b/g/n>  <RRM> menu in the sub-menus. Enable or disable the DPC in the SERVICE field in Dynamic TX Power Control. Figure 115. DPC settings © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 238 of 496...

  • Page 239: Dcs Configuration

    7) Execute the following command to set the anchor time. The default value is start time 4, end time 5. If both start time and end time are set to the same time, Anchor Run function is disabled. WEC8500/configure/rrm/80211a/dcs# anchor-time start [value] end [value] © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 239 of 496...

  • Page 240: Figure 116. Dcs Settings

    Voice Aware function is enabled. The Station Aware function specifies the number of stations at the same time. WEC8500/configure/rrm/80211a/dcs# aware-option voice WEC8500/configure/rrm/80211a/dcs# aware-option station [station count] WEC8500/configure/rrm/80211a/dcs# aware-option traffic 11) Check the settings using the ‘show rrm config-summary’ command.

  • Page 241: Chdc Configuration

    After entering into the chdc configuration mode, complete configuration (statsWarningEnable). To disable the configuration, enter the ‘no’ parameter. WEC8500/configure/rrm/80211a/chdc# statsWarningEnable Success: DBI set for DPC 11A Stats Warning Enable : 1 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 241 of 496...

  • Page 242

    9) Configure the threshold of RSSI that will be added to the statistics Failed Client Count for the pre-alarm function. Configure it for Voice Frame and Data Frame. It can be -90~-20 (dB). WEC8500/configure/rrm/80211a/chdc# rssi-threshold data -75 Success: CHDC 802.11a : Set RSSI THRESHOLD(-75) Successful WEC8500/configure/rrm/80211a/chdc# rssi-threshold voice -75 Success: CHDC 802.11a : Set RSSI THRESHOLD(-75) Successful...

  • Page 243

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 7. WLAN Additional Services WEC8500/configure/rrm/80211a/chdc# show rrm config-summary RRM Status ..Enabled Rf Group Name ... Group 80211a/n 80211b/g/n Dynamic Power Control ----------------------- ----------------- DPC Enable .. Disabled Disabled Periodic Interval RSSI Threshold TX Power Min. - Max.

  • Page 244: Figure 117. Chdc Settings

    <Radio>  <802.11a/n> or <802.11b/g/n>  <RRM> menu in the sub-menus. In the Coverage Hole Detection Control window, operator can configure or disable the CHDC and configure the values using the same functions as the CLI. Figure 117. CHDC settings © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 244 of 496...

  • Page 245: Location Tracking

    WEC8500/configure/locationtrack # 2) Configure the location tracking function. WEC8500/configure/locationtrack # enable 3) To check the configured information, execute the ‘show locationtrack config’ command. WEC8500/configure/locationtrack # show locationtrack config Location tracking enable..: Enabled Algorithm type....: 4 Expiry date of history files: 0 4) Configure the MAC address of a wireless terminal for which the tracking function will be executed.

  • Page 246: Spectrum Analysis

     FFT report APC# show spectrum-analysis report sample ap 1 FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) Reporting Enabled AP ID 1 Description: MAC Address........00:11:22:33:44:55 Name..........AP_ 01122334455 IP Address........100.100.100.220 Mode..........General © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 246 of 496...

  • Page 247

    Press any key to continue (q : quit | enter : next line) :  Duty cycle report APC# show spectrum-analysis report duty_cycle ap 1 Duty Cycle Reporting Enabled AP ID 1 Description: MAC Address........00:11:22:33:44:55 Name..........AP_ 01122334455 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 247 of 496...

  • Page 248

    Channel Interval........2000 ms Channel..........1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Affected Interferers: BlueTooth......... Enabled Microwave Oven........Enabled 802.11bgn Continuous Transmitter....Enabled 802.11bgn DECT-like Phone......Enabled © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 248 of 496...

  • Page 249: Spectrum Analysis Configuration

    To configure the spectrum analysis related function, you must go to the configuration mode of an AP for which the spectrum analysis function will be configured by executing the command as follows: APC# configure terminal APC/configure# spectrum-analysis ap 1 APC/configure/spectrum-analysis/ap 1# © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 249 of 496...

  • Page 250

    (The default is ‘All’ channels.)  dot11b: 2.4 GHz wireless bandwidth  dot11aLow: 5 GHz low wireless bandwidth  dot11aMid: 5 GHz mid wireless bandwidth  dot11aHigh: 5 GHz high wireless bandwidth © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 250 of 496...

  • Page 251: Interference Type Configuration

    APC# configure terminal APC/configure# 2) Configure an interference type. The default value of all the interference types is ‘enabled’.  interferer 80211b zigbee: 2.4 GHz configuration  interferer 80211a cordless_phone: 5 GHz configuration © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 251 of 496...

  • Page 252: Controlling Usage Per User

    VALUE Downward usage 4) Configure the upward usage in kbps.  bw-contract-upstream [VALUE] Parameter Description VALUE Upward usage 5) To check the configured profile information, use the ‘show qos profile’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 252 of 496...

  • Page 253: Figure 119. Controlling Usage Per User

    PER-USER UPSTREAM BANDWIDTH CONTRACT: Maximum upward usage (range: 0-450000)  PER-USER DOWNSTREAM BANDWIDTH CONTRACT: Maximum downward usage (range: 0-450000)  VOICE/VIDEO/BEST EFFORT/BACKGROUND: Enter 802.1P TAG (range: 0-7) and DSCP TAG (range: 0-64) for each item. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 253 of 496...

  • Page 254: Remote Packet Capture

    MAC information. ap-only-Use only the configured AP MAC information. station-or-ap-Use the both configured AP and station MAC and it is captured when either one is matched. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 254 of 496...

  • Page 255: Configuration Information

    ===== ===================== =========== ============================= ================ ================ 78:47:1D:C5:4C:85 OFF <------- SSID IPv4 Addr ---- ---- --------------------------- --------------- Ajay_2_2_4G 20.20.20.30 FC:A1:3E:47:59:E7 OFF <------- SSID IPv4 Addr ---- ---- --------------------------- --------------- Ajay_2_2_4G 20.20.20.25 WEC8500# © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 255 of 496...

  • Page 256: Clustering

    [Cluster Setting] To use the clustering function, you must configure each APC according to the following procedure. Maximum 12 WEC8500 can be grouped in a cluster. Maximum 2 WEC8050 can be grouped in a cluster. 1) Go to configure mode of CLI.

  • Page 257

    [INDEX] [APC_NAME] [IPV4_ADDRESS] [DB_REFRESH_ INTERVAL] Parameter Description INDEX Index in cluster (range: 1-12) APC_NAME APC name (maximum 18 characters) IPV4_ADDRESS IPv4 address DB_REFRESH_INTERVAL Database update interval (Unit: s, range: 60-5000, default: 120) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 257 of 496...

  • Page 258

    Parameter Description INDEX Index in cluster (range: 1-12) [Retrieving APC information added in cluster] You can check the added APC information using the ‘show cluster list-apc’ command. WEC8500# show cluster list-apc ====================================================================== INDEX APC-NAME IPv4-ADDRESS DB-REF-INT CONNECT-STATUS ====================================================================== APC-1 192.168.87.146 120...

  • Page 259: Figure 120. Clustering Window

    <Apply> button to apply. The Clustering Members item shows all the clustering members. Click the <Add> or <Delete> button to add or delete a clustering member. The clustering addition window is shown below. Figure 121. Clustering addition window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 259 of 496...

  • Page 260: Limiting The Number Of Connected Users

    - AP: Index of an AP to configure - Global: All APs connected to an APC AP_ID AP ID (range: 1-500) 3) To check the configuration information, use the ‘show 80211bg radio-config global’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 260 of 496...

  • Page 261: Connection Limitation Per Wlan

    APC/configure# wlan 1 APC/configure/wlan 1# 2) Disable the WLAN. APC/configure/wlan 1# no enable 3) Configure connection limitation. max-associated-stations [MAX-STATION] Parameter Description MAX-STATION Maximum number of wireless terminals that can be connected (default: 127) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 261 of 496...

  • Page 262: Figure 123. Configuring Connection Limitation Per Wlan

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Radio>  <802.11a/n> or <802.11b/g/n>  <General> menu in the sub-menus. Figure 123. Configuring connection limitation per WLAN After configuring MAXIMUM CONNECTIONS, click the <Apply> button. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 262 of 496...

  • Page 263: Voice Statistics And Communication Failure Detection

    Handover Calls Since AP Joined .... 0 Calls Rejected Since AP Joined .... 0 Handover Calls Rejected Since AP Joined ... 0 Calls On Invite ......0 Preferred Calls Received ....0 Preferred Calls Accepted ....0 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 263 of 496...

  • Page 264: Figure 124. Voice Statistics

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Monitor> and then select the <Access Points>  <Radio>  <802.11a/n> or <802.11b/g/n>  AP menu in the sub-menus. Figure 124. Voice statistics © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 264 of 496...

  • Page 265: Detecting Wlan-based Communication Failure

    <WLANs> menu in the sub-menus. Select a WLAN ID to change in the WLANs screen and go to the <Advanced> tab. Figure 125. Detecting WLAN-based communication failure After configuring the VOIP FAILURE DETECT item, click the <Apply> button. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 265 of 496...

  • Page 266: Voice Signal And Media Monitoring

    7.12.1 Checking Voice Related Wireless Information Configuration using CLI Execute the following command to check voice related fault analysis statistics. 1) Check the connection status of a voice wireless terminal. WEC8500# show voice station summary MAC Address IP Address Tel-no...

  • Page 267

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 7. WLAN Additional Services WEC8500# show voice complete-call summary CONN Start Time SSID MAC Address Tel-no IPv4 Address Port Rat MOS LQ/CQ/PQ Pkt Cnt ==== ==================== ==== ==== =============== === ============== ========== =============== ===== ==== ============== ===============...

  • Page 268

    0 0.0 5 Min 0 0.0 0 0.0 15 Min 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 Hour 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 Day 0 0.0 0 0.0 WEC8500# show voice statistics wlan 1 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 268 of 496...

  • Page 269: Figure 126. Voip Stations Retrieval Screen

    1 Hour 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 Day 2 0.0 0 0.0 WEC8500# show voice statistics device DEVICE ( Model Name:SHV-E210L, OS Ver:4.1.1 Build Ver:E210LKLJLK1 ) Voice Statistis ---------- ------ ------ ------ ------ --- ------ ------ --- ------ -- ---- Type...

  • Page 270: Figure 127. Active Call Retrieval Screen

    3) Check the information of a completed call. In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Monitor> and then select the <VoIP Call>  <Complete Calls>menu in the sub-menus. Figure 128. Complete Calls Retrieval Screen © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 270 of 496...

  • Page 271: Checking Voice Related Quality Information

    Execute the following command to check the voice related quality analysis (Voice Quality Monitoring) information. 1) Operator can check the voice quality analysis information of a wireless terminal that has an active call. WEC8500# show voice vqm current-stats brief ======================================================== [CONN-740 Start Time=2013/7/19.14:47:27, Duration=47 sec(s) Call-ID[f03c77b50564418855587192e12b889d <-> ca371fce-6e10-401a- 9a4e-dd53678804c6@ug1.scm.com] Session id :0...

  • Page 272

    [Flow-2] DIR==Reverse Quality Ratings=Fair [MOS-LQ=3.65, MOS-CQ=3.57, MOS-PQ=3.68] WEC8500# 3) Operator can check the call statistics information. WEC8500# show voice vqm summary-stats ======================================================== VQM Summary Stats for last YEAR:0 MONTH:0 DAY:0 0 HR:26 MN:44 SEC Calls Active = 0 Calls Terminated = 3 Flows Quality Summary (Total/Good/Fair/Poor) = 6/0/2/4 Listening Call Quality (MOS) min/ave/max = 2.21/3.10/3.73...

  • Page 273

    Upload Fail Count = 0 Requested Count = 1141 WEC8500# 4) Operator can check the alarm information that occurs during call. WEC8500# show voice vqm alarms brief ======================================================== VQM ActiveRfactor/ActivePktLoss/ActivePktDly/ActiveMos = 1/1/1/1 VQM QualityThresh/LossThresh/DelayThresh/MOSThresh = 50/50/195/35 ALARMS REPORTED : Src Call Id = f03c77b50564418855587192e12b889d Dst Call Id = ca371fce-6e10-401a-9a4e-dd53678804c6@ug1.scm.com Session = 0...

  • Page 274: Chapter 8. Security

    Configuration using CLI 1) Go to configure  security  radius configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# security WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security# radius 1 WEC8500/configure/security/radius 1# 2) Configure the IP address of a RADIUS server. WEC8500/configure/security/radius 1# serverIp [IP_ADDRESS] Parameter...

  • Page 275

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 8. Security 3) Configure the key of a RADIUS server. WEC8500/configure/security/radius 1# secret [KEY_TYPE] [KEY_STRING] Parameter Description KEY_TYPE RADIUS server key input format - ASCII: ASCII character string - HEX: Hexadecimal value KEY_STRING RADIUS server key 4) Enable the accounting function of a RADIUS server and configure the port number.

  • Page 276: Figure 129. Radius Server Configuration

    (range: 1-20, default: 10)  RETRANSMIT COUNT FAILOVER: Maximum number of re-transmission until the RADIUS server failover is attempted (range: 1-10, default: 3, Must be less than the TOTAL RETRANSMIT value) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 276 of 496...

  • Page 277: Internal Radius Server

    Name Name - Character varying (1-63) - OPTIONAL - Korean is not allowed. - Special characters ‘, *, ?, \cannot be used. email email address - Character varying (1-63) - OPTIONAL © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 277 of 496...

  • Page 278

    = - , ! - , =*, !*, ==, #, “”, ‘’, ``, *, ?, \Cannot be used. To delete all the users from the Local Net Users, execute the following command.  Remove-all-local-userdb © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 278 of 496...

  • Page 279

    Show radiuscm all-user Configuration using Web UI In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Security>  <AAA(Stations)>  <Local User> menu in the sub-menus. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 279 of 496...

  • Page 280

    Operator can import or export the list of local users. The user list is in the CSV format. An existing data is deleted if there is new importing. 3) Exporting a local net user list Operator can export the list of local users in the CSV format file. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 280 of 496...

  • Page 281: Unauthorized Ap/terminal Detection And Blocking

    1) Go to configure mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal 2) Enable the detection function. WEC8500/configure# wids enable 3) To check the configured information, use the following command.  show wids current-config © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 281 of 496...

  • Page 282: Figure 130. Wids Configuration Window

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Rogues>  <WIDS Setting> menu in the sub-menus. Click Apply after selecting Enable or Disable, then operator can configure the WIDS service status. Figure 130. WIDS Configuration Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 282 of 496...

  • Page 283: Detection

    [RULE_NAME] enable [PRIORITY] [SSID_TYPE] [SSID] Parameter Description RULE_NAME Classification policy name PRIORITY Priority number SSID_TYPE SSID type - managed-ssid: SSID that is used in an authorized AP that is connected to © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 283 of 496...

  • Page 284: Figure 131. Wids Friendly Rule Configuration Window

    Figure 131. WIDS Friendly Rule Configuration Window 2) In the rule addition screen, operator can add a rule by entering the information and click Apply. Figure 132. WIDS Friendly Addition Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 284 of 496...

  • Page 285

    - user-configured-ssid [SSID]: Entered SSID (An AP that has SSID as SSID is classified as a friendly type unauthorized AP.) SSID SSID that is used when the SSID_TYPE is entered as user- configured-ssid © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 285 of 496...

  • Page 286: Figure 133. Wids Malicious Rule Configuration Window

    Figure 133. WIDS Malicious Rule Configuration Window 2) In the rule addition screen, operator can add a rule by entering the information and click Apply. Figure 134. WIDS Malicious Rule Addition Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 286 of 496...

  • Page 287: Figure 135. Monitored List Window To Manually Change Wids Classification

    AP by using the top down menu of MOVE CLASSIFICATION MANUALLY. 1) In the Rogue AP list screen, go to the detail view screen by clicking a MAC address. Figure 135. Monitored List Window to Manually Change WIDS Classification © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 287 of 496...

  • Page 288: Figure 136. Classification Change Window In Wids Monitored Ap Detail Screen

    2) By using the MAC of an unauthorized AP to change, execute the remove command.  remove [MAC] Parameter Description MAC address of an unauthorized AP 3) To check the changed configuration, use the following command.  show wids rogue ap list removed © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 288 of 496...

  • Page 289: Figure 137. Monitored List Window To Manually Remove Wids

    2) If you change the setting of REMOVE MANUALLY to On in the Rogue AP detail screen and click Apply, the AP status is changed to Remove. Figure 138. Manual Remove Change Window in WIDS Monitored AP Detail Screen © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 289 of 496...

  • Page 290

    Allocates Rogue ID = 107 for an AP that uses a SSID that is not in the ssid-whitelist among the APs that use a managed MAC and its UIC is valid. unknownap/managed-ssid- Allocates Rogue ID = 108 by checking the association status © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 290 of 496...

  • Page 291: Figure 139. Configuration Window For Wids Unauthorized Ap Detection Option

    Operator can enable or disable the client detection option pre-defined in the system. Configuration using CLI 1) Go to configure  wids  rogue  client configuration mode. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# wids WEC8500/configure/wids# rogue WEC8500/configure/wids/rogue# client WEC8500/configure/wids/rogue/client# © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 291 of 496...

  • Page 292

    Classifies a client that exceeds the WEB authentication fail threshold as an unauthorized client. 3) To check the changed configuration, use the following command.  show wids rogue client current-config © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 292 of 496...

  • Page 293: Figure 140. Configuration Window For Wids Unauthorized Station Detection Option

    3) Configure an authorized channel.  add [CHANNEL] Parameter Description CHANNEL Authorized channel number (e.g. add 2, 3, 4) 4) To check the changed configuration, execute the following command.  show wids current-config © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 293 of 496...

  • Page 294: Figure 141. Configuration Window For Wids Channel Validation

    1) Go to the configure->wids configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# wids 2) Configure the AP black-list.  ap-blacklist [MAC] Parameter Description MAC address that will be used as AP black-list © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 294 of 496...

  • Page 295

     show wids lists ap-blacklist  show wids lists client-whitelist  show wids lists client-blacklist  show wids lists ssid-whitelist  show wids lists oui-list  show wids lists friendlylist © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 295 of 496...

  • Page 296: Figure 142. Wids Ap Black-list Configuration Window

    3) In the [Station Black] tab, operator can add a station black-list by entering a MAC and click Add. Operator can also delete it by using Delete. Figure 144. WIDS Station Black-List Search/Configuration Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 296 of 496...

  • Page 297: Figure 145. Wids Station White-list Search Window

    7) If you click Add in the [Friendly White] tab, operator can go to the friendly list addition screen and can add a friendly list. Operator can also delete it by using Delete.  [Friendly White] tab main screen Figure 147. WIDS Friendly List Search/Configuration Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 297 of 496...

  • Page 298: Figure 148. Wids Friendly List Addition Window

    - 80211-auth-fail: Authentication failures threshold per second - 8021x-auth-fail: 802.1x authentication failures threshold per WIDS interval - web-auth-fail: Web authentication failures threshold that occurs continuously COUNT Threshold value of [OPTION] ranging from 3 to 20 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 298 of 496...

  • Page 299: Figure 149. Wids Station Allowed Limit Configuration Window

    <Rogues>  <Station Allow Limit> menu in the sub-menus. And then, enter a threshold value and click Apply to configure the value in the screen. Figure 149. WIDS Station Allowed Limit Configuration Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 299 of 496...

  • Page 300: Captive Portal

    1) Go to configure  wlan configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# wlan 1 2) Disable the WLAN. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1# no enable 3) Configure the WEB policy (default: disabled). WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security/layer3# web-policy 4) Enable the WEB authentication (default: disabled) WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security/layer3# web-policy authentication 5) Configure a guest flag (default: disabled).

  • Page 301: Guest Connection Configuration

    To add a guest user, execute the command as follows:  security captive-portal add-user [ID] [PASSWD] [START_TIME] [END_TIME] Parameter Description Login ID of a user PASSWD Password START_TIME start time (YYYY-MM-DD:HH:MM:SS format) END_TIME end time (YYYY-MM-DD:HH:MM:SS format) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 301 of 496...

  • Page 302

    [URL] Parameter Description FLAG Operation after authentication - redirect: Redirect to a specified URL - request: Redirect to a requested URL URL specified as the operation after authentication © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 302 of 496...

  • Page 303: Figure 152. Guest User Configuration Window

    <Security>  <CaptivePortal>  <Guest Users> menu in the sub-menus. Figure 152. Guest User Configuration Window Operator can check and delete a guest created in the <Guest Users> menu. Figure 153. Guest User List Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 303 of 496...

  • Page 304: Figure 154. Guest Auth Configuration Window

    Figure 154. Guest Auth Configuration Window In the <CaptivePortal>  <Web Authentication> menu, operator can select web authentication method. Operator can also configure Redirect as the operation after authentication. Figure 155. Web Auth Configuration Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 304 of 496...

  • Page 305: Web Pass-through

    1) Go to configure  wlan configuration mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# wlan 1 2) Disable the WLAN. WEC8500/configure/wlan 1# no enable 3) Configure the WEB policy (default: disabled). WEC8500/configure/wlan 1/security/layer3# web-policy 4) Configure the Pass through function (default: disabled).

  • Page 306: Figure 156. Web Pass-through Configuration Window

    <WLANs> menu in the sub-menus. Select a WLAN ID in the WLANs screen and go to the <L3> of <Security> tab. Enable <WEB POLICY> and select Web PassThrough. Enable <OVERRIDING REDIRECT URL> and configure <URL>. Figure 156. Web Pass-through Configuration Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 306 of 496...

  • Page 307: Nat And Firewall Configuration

    1) Go to configure mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal 2) Create an access-list. WEC8500/configure# access-list fw fw4 deny tcp any any eq 23 3) Configure a firewall to the interface using an access-list. WEC8500/configure# interface vlan1.10 WEC8500/configure/interface vlan1.10# ip access-group fw forward fw4 WEC8500/configure/interface vlan1.10# exit...

  • Page 308: Figure 158. Firewall Configuration (2)

    <Security>  <Firewall>  <Interface> menu in the sub-menus. You can configure an interface for which a firewall will be applied by clicking the <Add> button of Interface window. Figure 158. Firewall configuration (2) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 308 of 496...

  • Page 309: Access List Configuration

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Security>  <Firewall>  <<Policy> menu in the sub-menus. Click the <Add> button to configure the firewall Policy. Figure 159. Access-list configuration © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 309 of 496...

  • Page 310: Nat Configuration

    WEC8500/configure/interface vlan1.30# ip nat inside WEC8500/configure/interface vlan1.30#exit 5) Add the NAT rule by using access-list and pool. WEC8500/configure# ip nat outside source list fw1 pool pool1 [SNAT Configuration using Static IP] To add SNAT using a static IP, execute the command as follows: 1) Go to configure mode of CLI.

  • Page 311

    WEC8500/configure/interface vlan1.30#ip nat outside WEC8500/configure/interface vlan1.30#exit 4) Add the NAT rule by using access-list and pool. WEC8500/configure# ip nat outside destination list fw6 pool pool2 [DNAT Configuration using Static IP] To add DNAT using a static IP, execute the command as follows: 1) Go to configure mode of CLI.

  • Page 312: Figure 160. Nat Configuration (1)

    Ver. CHAPTER 8. Security 3) Configure a NAT rule using a static IP (A port can be also specified for DNAT). WEC8500/configure# ip nat outside destination static tcp 10.10.10.1 4300 30.30.30.2 23 [Checking NAT Configuration] To check the created NAT, use the following command.

  • Page 313: Mac Filter

    2) Creates a MAC filter list. WEC8500/configure/security# mac-filter [ID] Parameter Description MAC filter list table ID (range: 1-16) 3) Configure the filtering policy. WEC8500/configure/security/mac-filter 1# policy [POLICY] Parameter Description POLICY Table policy of MAC filtering list (default: deny) 4) Configure a MAC entry.

  • Page 314: Figure 162. Mac Configuration

    WLAN ID (range: 1-16) 6) You can check the configured information below. show security mac-filter summary WEC8500# show security mac-filter detail Configuration using Web UI In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <Security>  <MAC Filter (AP)> menu in the sub-menus.

  • Page 315: Figure 164. Mac Entry Configuration(2)

    3) Select a policy and WLAN for which the MAC filter will be applied. When you check a WLAN ID to apply in the List configuration screen, you can do multiple selections. To apply the configuration, click the <Apply> button. Figure 165. MAC entry configuration(3) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 315 of 496...

  • Page 316: Chapter 9. Ip Application

     ip dns name-server [A.B.C.D]: Configures a DNS server.  no ip dns name-server [A.B.C.D]: Deletes a configured DNS server.  no ip dns name-server all: Deletes all the DNS servers. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 316 of 496...

  • Page 317: Dns Proxy Configuration

    20000: Configures a DNS relay and configures the cache to 20000.  ip dns relay enable no-cache: Configures a DNS relay and disables the cache settings. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 317 of 496...

  • Page 318: Figure 167. Dns Proxy

    The DNS Relay item supports DNS Proxy configuration. In the SERVICE, you can enable or disable a DNS proxy and configure the cache size of the DNS proxy in the CACHING SIZE. If the cache size is 0, disable the cache. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 318 of 496...

  • Page 319

    Configure the index of a server that a NTP client will refer to. (Use a default value 1 if it is not configured.)  ntp client server-addr hostname <WORD> index [INDEX]: Enable  no ntp client server-addr hostname <WORD> index [INDEX]: Disable © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 319 of 496...

  • Page 320

    <WORD> version [1-4] index [1-5]  no ntp client server-addr ip <A.B.C.D> index [1-5] version [1-4]  no ntp client server-addr ip <A.B.C.D> version [1-4] index [1-5] © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 320 of 496...

  • Page 321: Figure 168. Ntp Client Configuration

    Click the <Add> or <Delete> button to add or delete a NTP proxy server. Click the <Add> button to configure a specific ‘Server IP’ or ‘Server DOMAIN NAME’ that will be used by a NTP proxy. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 321 of 496...

  • Page 322: Ftp/sftp

     ftp-server chguser [ID] [PASSWORD] Parameter Description User ID of a server PASSWORD User password of a server 4) To check the status of FTP server, enter the ‘show ftp-server’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 322 of 496...

  • Page 323: Figure 169. Ftp/sftp Server Configuration

    WEC8500# file download samsung Samsung 90.90.21.108 wec8500 wec8500 sftp  File upload using a sFTP client WEC8500# file upload samsung Samsung 90.90.21.108 wec8500 wec8500 sftp  File download using a FTP client WEC8500# file download samsung Samsung 90.90.21.108 wec8500 wec8500 ...

  • Page 324: Telnet/ssh

    2) Enable or disable the SSH server.  ssh-server enable: Enable  no ssh-server enable: Disable 3) Specify the port number of SSH server.  ssh-server port [PORT_NUMBER] Parameter Description PORT_NUMBER Port number to configure (range: 1-65535) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 324 of 496...

  • Page 325: Figure 170. Telnet/ssh Server Configuration

    You can configure the port number of service by using ‘TELNET PORT’ or ‘SSH PORT’. By using ‘SESSION TIMEOUT’, you can configure the session timeout of TELNET or SSH in min. and can also configure maximum number of sessions by using ‘MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SESSIONS’. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 325 of 496...

  • Page 326: Utilities

    Used to check network connection status.  ping [IP_ADDRESS] [traceroute] Used to check a route path.  traceroute [IP_ADDRESS] [tcpdump] Used to check the packet of a specific interface.  tcpdump [INTERFACE_NAME] © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 326 of 496...

  • Page 327: Chapter 10. System Management

    - ro: read-only privilege IP_VERSION IP address version type (v4/v6) IP_ADDRESS, NETMAST IP address area that can be connected 3) To check the created SNMP community, use the ‘show snmp community’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 327 of 496...

  • Page 328: Snmp Trap

    IP address to which a trap will be transmitted PORT_NUMBER Port number to which a trap will be transmitted (default: 162) 3) To check the added trap target, use the ‘show snmp trap’ command. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 328 of 496...

  • Page 329: Figure 172. Snmp Trap Configuration

    When you click the <Add> button in the Trap Receiver window, the trap creation window is displayed. When you enter a configuration value and click the <Apply> button, the configuration is applied. Figure 172. SNMP trap configuration © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 329 of 496...

  • Page 330: System Management

    By using the ‘show system info’ command, you can check the system configuration information of the APC system such as version information, memory information, disk information, temperature sensor and fan status, etc. The execution results of the command in WEC8500 are as follows: WEC8500/configure# show system info -----------------------------------------------------...

  • Page 331: System Info

    System total disk capacity [Temperature Sensor Status] Parameter Description cpu upside sensor CPU upside sensor status (OK, NOK) cpu downside sensor CPU downside sensor status (OK, NOK) board sensor Board sensor status (OK, NOK) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 331 of 496...

  • Page 332

    For WEC8050: Parameter Description Fan[0]~[1] Fan operation status (OK, NOK) [Power Supply Status] The WEC8500 has dual detachable power module as shown below. Parameter Description Power Supply[0]~[1] Whether a power module is equipped (Equipped, Not Equipped) Status Power module operation status (OK, NOK) The WEC8050 has only one power module as shown below.

  • Page 333: Figure 173. System Information

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Monitor> and then select the <Summary> menu in the sub-menus. It provides various information, status retrieving event and alarm retrieving function of the WEC8500 system. Figure 173. System information © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.

  • Page 334

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 10. System Management It provides various information, status retrieving event and alarm retrieving function of the WEC8050 system. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 334 of 496...

  • Page 335: System Reboot

    Use the ‘reboot in HH:MM:SS’ command to reserve system reboot. Once the reservation is completed, the system is rebooted after a specified time (HH:MM:SS). WEC8500# reboot in 12:00:00 Do you want to save the configuration? (y/n): y Do you want to restart the system? (y/n): y Notice: The system WILL reboot in 12:00:00.

  • Page 336: Figure 175. Reboot (ap)

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 10. System Management [AP] Figure 175. Reboot (AP) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 336 of 496...

  • Page 337: System Resource Management

    Retrieves system temperature (°C). The result of system status retrieval using each command is as follows: [CPU Load] The retrieving CLI execution result of WEC8500 is as follows: WEC8500# show system cpu Average CPU usage (%) control plane : 3.84...

  • Page 338: Memory Usage

    : 13520032 KBytes Used Disk 4338296 KBytes Free Disk 9181736 KBytes [Fan RPM Level] The retrieving CLI execution result of WEC8500 is as follows: WEC8500# show system fan FAN ID rpm Level(0-3) ------- -------------- FAN[0] 1 level FAN[1] 1 level...

  • Page 339

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 10. System Management [System Temperature (°C)] The retrieving CLI execution result of WEC8500 is as follows: WEC8500# show system temp Sensor Location Temperature --------------- ----------- CPU sensor 1 CPU sensor 2 Board The retrieving CLI execution result of WEC8050 is as follows:...

  • Page 340: Retrieving And Configuring Threshold

    You can retrieve and configure a threshold at which CPU load, disk usage, temperature alarm, memory usage, or fan alarm occurs. Enter a value for each item, and click the <Apply> button to make the configuration applied. Figure 176. Configuring SNMP alarm threshold © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 340 of 496...

  • Page 341: Managing Alarm And Event

    Retrieves a major alarm. A major alarm is a system log that could give a major effect to a service. minor Retrieves a minor alarm. A minor alarm is a system log that could give a minor effect to a service. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 341 of 496...

  • Page 342: Retrieving Current Alarm

    2012-12-17 09:56:13 MAJ APC xe2 1301 NET Link dn AdminStatus[up] OperStatus[down] … To selectively retrieve a group or level, execute the command as follows: WEC8500# show alarm list group network 1 network 2012-12-17 09:56:13 MAJ APC ge8 1301 NET Link dn AdminStatus[up] OperStatus[down]...

  • Page 343: Retrieving History

    [Event History] You can retrieve event information using the following command. WEC8500# show event 1 system 2012-08-31 13:59:46 NOT APC MGMT User Login ID=samsung, IP=192.168.0.91 2 system 2012-08-31 13:48:33 NOT SWM:system Boot Complete - … An event is managed per group and you can retrieve it selectively using the following command.

  • Page 344: Figure 178. History

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Monitor> and then select the <Summary> menu in the sub-menus. It provides status retrieving event and alarm retrieving function. Figure 178. History © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 344 of 496...

  • Page 345: External Transmission Configuration

    1) Go to configure mode of CLI. WEC8500# configure terminal 2) Configure group information. WEC8500/configure# alarm group system 3) Configure level information. WEC8500/configure# alarm level major 4) To check the configured alarm filter information, use the ‘show alarm conf’ command.

  • Page 346: Figure 179. Configuring Alarm Filter And Level

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Administrator> and then select the <SNMP>  <Trap Control>  <Alarm Information> menu in the sub-menus. You can retrieve the configuration related to alarm filter and alarm level. Figure 179. Configuring alarm filter and level © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 346 of 496...

  • Page 347: Managing Traffic Performance

    ‘show stats-report conf’ command. 5) Configure so that the performance information is uploaded to the FTP server. But, because the default is the ‘start’ status, this step may be skipped. WEC8500/configure# stats-report upload start © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 347 of 496...

  • Page 348: Managing Real-time Information Collection

    [INTERFACE_NAME] If the real-time information collection is suspended or initialized, you cannot check the real-time information of the interface. WEC8500/configure# show stats-report current-stats ge3 Error: This interface was not configured to gather statistics. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.

  • Page 349: Managing License Key

    Once it is installed, the license key file is deleted from the system.  install-key [LICENSE_KEY]: Direct registration  install-key [IP_ADDRESS] [PORT_NUMBER] [ID] [PASSWORD] [PATH]: Remote © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 349 of 496...

  • Page 350

    : Enabled - Temporary Key > Not present - Current System Status > Number of APs : 500 > VQM : Enabled > Firewall : Enabled > Installation Time : 02 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 350 of 496...

  • Page 351: Figure 180. License Retrieving And Configuration Window

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Configuration> and then select the <License> menu in the sub-menus. In the License window, you can install, delete, or retrieve a license key. Figure 180. License Retrieving and Configuration Window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 351 of 496...

  • Page 352: Syslog Configuration

    3) Configure the IP address and UDP port of a target syslog server (The default of the UDP port is ‘514’.). WEC8500/configure# syslog add 192.168.0.91 WEC8500/configure# syslog add 192.168.0.99 udpport 510 4) Configure a log level to filter. WEC8500/configure# syslog level information 5) To check the configured syslog information, use the ‘show syslog conf’...

  • Page 353: Figure 181. Syslog Window

    In the menu bar of <WEC Main window>, select <Administrator> and then select the <Logs>  <SysLog Configuration> menu in the sub-menus. It provides syslog related configuration and retrieving function. Figure 181. Syslog window © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 353 of 496...

  • Page 354: Upgrade

    WEC8500# configure terminal WEC8500/configure# 2) Perform upgrade by using a package.  package upgrade [FILE_NAME] Parameter Description FILE_NAME Package file to upgrade The package must be located in the /user/package directory. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 354 of 496...

  • Page 355

    2) Execute the ‘show system cpu detail’ command to check the CPU status. 3) Transmit the logs above to the Samsung Technical Support. Upgrade saving the configuration- 1) Execute the ‘show process status’ command...

  • Page 356: Figure 182. Package Upgrade (apc)

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 10. System Management 4) After system rebooting, check if the new package is applied to the system. WEC8500# show reboot cause Reboot Cause: Block: Upgrade/ Code: Package Upgrade WEC8500# show version Samsung package version information Primary (currently running) : 0.7.1.R...

  • Page 357: Configuration Management

    To initialize the current configuration information to the factory default, execute the command as follows: If the ‘full-erase’ parameter is not entered, only the configuration information is initialized. WEC8500# factory-reset (full-erase) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 357 of 496...

  • Page 358: Figure 183. Db Backup/restore

    In the DB backup/restore window, enter FILE NAME and click the <Apply> button to create the configuration information as a file or apply an external configuration information file. The STATUS shows the execution results of backup/restore function. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 358 of 496...

  • Page 359: Debug And Diagnosis

    2012-08-31 13:47:35 up(S) zebosm 2188 2012-08-31 13:47:55 up(S) awmb 2226 2012-08-31 13:48:00 up(S) 2385 2012-08-31 13:48:30 up(S) capwap 2386 2012-08-31 13:48:30 up(S) hostapd 2387 2012-08-31 13:48:30 up(S) 2388 2012-08-31 13:48:30 up(S) © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 359 of 496...

  • Page 360

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 10. System Management Checking process error log You can check the log of errors that occurred in a current process WEC8500# show processes log id date name signal backtrace reason ----- -------------------- ------------- ---- ------------ ---------- --------- 2509.

  • Page 361

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 10. System Management In addition, you can check the detail information corresponding to the ‘id’ of each error log by using the following command. WEC8500# show processes log id 15 id date name signal backtrace reason ----- -------------------- ---------- ----- ----------- ------------- --- --------- 15.

  • Page 362: Retrieving Crash Information

    [Retrieving Summarized CDR History Information] To retrieve the entire history information for all the rebooting including rebooting due to a crash, enter the ‘show debug reboot summary’ command.  show debug reboot summary WEC8500# show debug reboot summary ====================================================================== ==================================== EVENT_NAME EVENT_DESCRIPTION...

  • Page 363

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 10. System Management If no parameter is entered, the most recent reboot information is retrieved. WEC8500# show debug reboot info ###################################################################### [REBOOT_SUMMARY]====================================================== : 0001 EVENT NAME : DIE EVENT DESC : DIE_VAL[1] - Unhandled kernel unaligned access...

  • Page 364

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. CHAPTER 10. System Management 10.10.2.2 Retrieving Core Dump Information Use the ‘show debug coredump summary’ command to retrieve the status of core dump. WEC8500# show debug coredump summary CORE_DUMP enable DUMP_QUOTA 1024 (MB) CORE_SIZE 204800 (KB) POLL_PERIOD 60 (sec)

  • Page 365: File Management

    For example, if the current directory is ‘disk:/’, the ‘copy test1 test2’ is the same as the ‘copy disk:/test1 disk:/test2’ command. To retrieve a current directory, enter the ‘pwd’ command. WEC8500/file# pwd disk:/ © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 365 of 496...

  • Page 366: Retrieving Directory List

    5 13:49:49 PKG_INFO_STANDBY WEC8500/file# ls disk:/etc Current working directory: disk:/ directory 4.0K 9 15:36:02 ap directory 4.0K 9 15:36:02 config directory 4.0K 9 15:36:02 db file 5 13:49:49 P KG_INFO_STANDBY WEC8500/file# © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 366 of 496...

  • Page 367: Revising File

    To copy a file, use the ‘copy [SRC_FILENAME] [DES_FILENAME]’ command. The below command copies the ‘test’ file into ‘disk:/test2’. WEC8500/file# copy test disk:/test2 To delete a file, use the ‘remove [FILENAME]’ command. If you enter the below command and enter ‘y’, the ‘test2’ file is deleted.

  • Page 368: File Download And Upload

    To download a file, use the ‘download’ command. An example of downloading the ‘test’ file from ‘192.168.1.1’ to ‘disk:/test’ is shown below. WEC8500/file# download guest guest 192.168.1.1 test disk:/test To upload a file, use the ‘upload’ command. An example of uploading the ‘disk:/uploadtest’ file to ‘192.168.1.1’ is shown below.

  • Page 369

    Build Path /home2/apcbuild/release/apc MD5SUM b715450abf1be81616fd7e6391e12cee [Retrieving the information of AP package file] WEC8500/file# version package/ap/wea302.img ===================================================== Model wea302 Version 0.1.0.R Build Date Fri Apr 13 18:41:26 KST 2012 Sisze 31998080 d5aa76ad © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 369 of 496...

  • Page 370: Retrieving Storage Media

    CHAPTER 10. System Management 10.11.7 Retrieving Storage Media The WEC8500 supports a disk and USB memory as a storage media. And the WEC8050 supports only a disk as a storage media. Both current directory-based relative path and absolute path are all supported during command execution and the path of each device is shown in the below table.

  • Page 371: Managing File In Web Ui

    After selecting the checkbox of a file to move, click the <Move> button. Then a popup window is displayed. In the popup window, specify a location where the file will be moved. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 371 of 496...

  • Page 372

    In the path selection menu, select <APC Package>. After selecting the checkbox of a package file to retrieve, click the <Package Verify> button. The result of checking the integrity of a package file is displayed in the popup window. © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 372 of 496...

  • Page 373: Annex A. Cli Command Structure

    |-- duty-cycle |-- interferer |-- 80211a |-- continuous_transmitter |-- cordless_phone |-- video_camera |-- 80211b |-- bluetooth |-- microwave_oven |-- continuous_transmitter |-- cordless_phone |-- video_camera |-- zigbee |-- unknown |-- hostname |-- call-fail-detect © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 373 of 496...

  • Page 374

    |-- time |-- ho-decision |-- command |-- scan-suppress |-- mode |-- opmode |-- scan-trigger-level |-- scan-report-level |-- scan-time-channel |-- scan-time-service |-- scan-time-interleave |-- number-of-proreq |-- number-of-channel |-- buffered-forwarding |-- handover-timer |-- command © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 374 of 496...

  • Page 375

    |-- use-vip |-- advanced |-- eap-retransmit-interval |-- eap-retransmit-count |-- eap-key-retransmit-interval |-- eap-key-retransmit-interval-1st |-- eap-key-retransmit-count |-- allow-last-eap-key-timeout |-- rsn-ie-ptksa-replay-counter |-- rsn-ie-gtksa-replay-counter |-- sta-info-free-timer-after-disassoc |-- log-mic-error |-- sta-auth-session-limit |-- eap-failure-quiet-period |-- guestaccess |-- enable © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 375 of 496...

  • Page 376

    |-- mac |-- wlan_id |-- name |-- ext-wips |-- enable |-- interval |-- primary |-- secondary |-- port |-- user |-- password |-- remote-ap-group |-- add-ap |-- local-auth |-- primary-radius |-- secondary-radius © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 376 of 496...

  • Page 377

    |-- ac-stamp-interval |-- timezone |-- airmove |-- enable |-- target-ap |-- scan-trigger-level |-- scan-time-channel |-- scan-time-service |-- scan-time-interleave |-- number-of-proreq |-- number-of-channel |-- decision-delta |-- if-group |-- add-if |-- wlan |-- band-steering © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 377 of 496...

  • Page 378

    |-- radiusPrimaryRetryInterval |-- acct_interim_interval |-- layer3 |-- web-policy |-- pre-auth-acl |-- redirect-URL-override |-- mac-filter |-- iuts |-- mode |-- latency |-- queue-length |-- filter-mode |-- codec-list |-- if-group |-- acl |-- aaa-override © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 378 of 496...

  • Page 379

    |-- stop-threshold |-- stop-interval |-- start-rssi |-- seq-list-size |-- nack-interval |-- rx-timeout |-- sds |-- weight |-- dhcp-override |-- ampdu |-- reject-probe-mode |-- ap |-- profile |-- dtls-policy |-- discovery |-- mac © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 379 of 496...

  • Page 380

    |-- wlan-vlanId |-- time-config |-- mode |-- ac-stamp-interval |-- timezone |-- reboot |-- upgrade-request |-- tech-support |-- get-all |-- get-crash-file |-- get-coredump |-- get-log-file |-- get-system-report |-- get-if-stats |-- syslog-config |-- shutdown © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 380 of 496...

  • Page 381

    |-- del-apc |-- change-name |-- change-mac |-- ap-mgmt-if |-- capwap |-- ctr-src-port |-- window-size |-- change-state-pending-timer |-- data-check-timer |-- dtls-session-delete |-- retransmit-interval |-- wait-dtls-timer |-- wait-join-timer |-- discovery-del-timer |-- max-retransmit |-- mutal-auth-enable © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 381 of 496...

  • Page 382

    |-- fallback-interval |-- add-apc |-- del-apc |-- 80211a |-- max-associated-stations |-- edca-parameters |-- qos |-- protocol |-- edca-profile |-- cw-min |-- cw-max |-- aifsn |-- txop-limit |-- msdu-lifetime |-- policy |-- dot1p © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 382 of 496...

  • Page 383

    |-- forty-mhz-intolerant |-- phy-format |-- tx-stbc |-- rx-stbc |-- beamforming |-- tx-mcs-set |-- protection |-- spatial-stream |-- retry-limit |-- short |-- long |-- threshold |-- rts |-- fragmentation |-- msdu-lifetime |-- tx © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 383 of 496...

  • Page 384

    |-- aifsn |-- cw-min |-- cw-max |-- txop-limit |-- ampdu-limit |-- set-profile |-- rate-control |-- voice |-- max-rate |-- probe-interval |-- weight |-- threshold |-- video |-- max-rate |-- probe-interval |-- weight © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 384 of 496...

  • Page 385

    |-- cac |-- acm |-- reserved-ho-calls |-- max-calls |-- alarming-count |-- rate |-- basic |-- supported |-- txPower |-- channel |-- 11n-support |-- enable |-- mcs |-- guard-interval |-- rifs |-- forty-mhz-intolerant © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 385 of 496...

  • Page 386

    |-- ac |-- scheduler |-- wfq-metric |-- sq-max-length |-- sq-drop-option |-- token-unit |-- fs-direction |-- sq-retry-limit |-- long-retry-limit |-- short-retry-limit |-- ampdu-tx-time-limit |-- enable |-- cvo |-- enable |-- local-call-enable |-- edit-profile © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 386 of 496...

  • Page 387

    |-- logcount |-- dump |-- backupIP |-- stdout |-- current-terminal |-- event-filter |-- enable |-- web-service-port |-- ip |-- dhcp |-- pool |-- network |-- range |-- lease |-- domain-name |-- dns-server © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 387 of 496...

  • Page 388

    |-- bsr-candidate |-- cisco-register-checksum |-- crp-cisco-prefix |-- ignore-rp-set-priority |-- jp-timer |-- register-rate-limit |-- register-rp-reachability |-- register-source |-- register-suppression |-- rp-address |-- rp-register-kat |-- spt-threshold |-- rp-candidate |-- interval |-- priority |-- group-list © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 388 of 496...

  • Page 389

    |-- clock |-- set |-- timezone |-- ntp |-- server |-- enable |-- client |-- enable |-- interval |-- server-addr |-- ip |-- hostname |-- syslog |-- enable |-- add |-- del © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 389 of 496...

  • Page 390

    |-- multiple-spanning-tree |-- enable |-- priority |-- transmit-holdcount |-- spanning-tree |-- bridge |-- instance |-- vlan |-- region |-- revision |-- vlan |-- vlan |-- interface |-- switchport |-- mode |-- access © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 390 of 496...

  • Page 391

    |-- ip |-- address |-- igmp |-- ra-option |-- access-group |-- immediate-leave |-- last-member-query-count |-- last-member-query-interval |-- limit |-- except |-- mroute-proxy |-- querier-timeout |-- query-interval |-- query-max-response-time |-- robustness-variable |-- snooping © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 391 of 496...

  • Page 392

    |-- string |-- receive |-- version |-- receive-packet |-- send |-- version |-- send-packet |-- split-horizon |-- ospf |-- address |-- authentication |-- authentication-key |-- cost |-- database-filter |-- dead-interval |-- hello-interval © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 392 of 496...

  • Page 393

    |-- arp-ageing-timeout |-- speed-duplex |-- mtu |-- spanning-tree |-- autoedge |-- edgeport |-- force-version |-- guard |-- hello-time |-- instance |-- path-cost |-- priority |-- restricted-role |-- restricted-tcn |-- link-type |-- path-cost © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 393 of 496...

  • Page 394

    |-- version |-- ospf |-- area |-- authentication |-- default-cost |-- filter-list |-- nssa |-- default-information-originate |-- metric |-- metric-type |-- no-redistribution |-- no-summary |-- translator-role |-- no-redistribution |-- no-summary |-- translator-role © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 394 of 496...

  • Page 395

    |-- out |-- host |-- area |-- max-concurrent-dd |-- maximum-area |-- neighbor |-- cost |-- poll-interval |-- priority |-- network |-- area |-- ospf |-- abr-type |-- router-id |-- overflow |-- database © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 395 of 496...

  • Page 396

    |-- station |-- on |-- off |-- fqm-mode |-- access-list |-- class-map |-- match |-- access-group |-- class |-- cos |-- dst |-- ip |-- dscp |-- precedence |-- tos |-- protocol © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 396 of 496...

  • Page 397

    |-- sip-long-call-timeout |-- rrm |-- enable |-- 80211a |-- dpc |-- enable |-- periodic-interval |-- rssi-threshold |-- txPower |-- dcs |-- enable |-- periodic-interval |-- anchor-time |-- interference-level-threshold |-- channel-utilization-threshold |-- my-utilization-threshold © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 397 of 496...

  • Page 398

    |-- delayed-channel-change |-- chdc |-- enable |-- statsCollectEnable |-- statsWarningEnable |-- statsActionEnable |-- statsCollectInterval |-- rssi-threshold |-- min-failed-client-count |-- percent-failed-client-count |-- rf-group-name |-- sub-channel-group |-- enable |-- disable |-- group-name |-- add-ap © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 398 of 496...

  • Page 399

    |-- unknownap |-- managed-ssid-withauth-client-det |-- wired-netwrok-detection |-- fakeap |-- managed-ssid-detection |-- beacon-without-ssid-detection |-- beacon-on-invalid-channel-detection |-- managedap |-- invalid-ssid-detection |-- client |-- oui-list-check |-- auth-request-det |-- probe-request-det |-- deauth-request-det |-- assoc-fail-det |-- auth-fail-det © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 399 of 496...

  • Page 400

    |-- enable-station-mac |-- ap-mac |-- enable-ap-mac |-- wlan-radio-service |-- sta-idle-timeout |-- wmm-mode |-- dtim |-- preferred-calls |-- add |-- del |-- locationtrack |-- autotrace |-- algorithm |-- enable |-- ap |-- station © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 400 of 496...

  • Page 401

    |-- upload |-- enable |-- server |-- interval |-- mode |-- user-login |-- target-directory |-- file-size |-- immediate-upload |-- filter |-- prefix |-- router-id |-- route-map |-- match |-- interface |-- ip © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 401 of 496...

  • Page 402

    2600-00FK1RGA4 Ver. ANNEX A. CLI Command Structure |-- metric |-- route-type |-- tag |-- set |-- dampening |-- ip |-- metric |-- metric-type |-- tag © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 402 of 496...

  • Page 403: A.2 Show

    |-- config |-- call-info |-- vcc |-- connect-status |-- msg-counts |-- 80211a |-- cac |-- configuration |-- summary |-- qos |-- policy |-- ac-profile |-- edca-parameters |-- radio-configuration |-- radio-config |-- voip-stats © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 403 of 496...

  • Page 404

    |-- prohibit-channels |-- qos |-- profile |-- wlan-radio-service |-- config |-- msg-counts |-- handover |-- airmove |-- ap |-- group |-- station |-- stats |-- management_frame |-- all |-- NCHO |-- all © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 404 of 496...

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    |-- mroute |-- statistics |-- ssm-map |-- route |-- interface |-- rip |-- protocols |-- nat |-- access-list |-- filter |-- pim |-- sparse-mode |-- bsr-router |-- interface |-- local-members |-- mroute © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 408 of 496...

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    |-- vlan |-- mirror |-- reboot |-- processes |-- status |-- log |-- memory |-- version |-- syslog |-- debug |-- coredump |-- summary |-- reboot |-- info |-- summary |-- export © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 409 of 496...

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    |-- end-message |-- shared-memory |-- event |-- ssh-server |-- telnet-server |-- ftp-server |-- filter |-- filter-stats |-- policy-map |-- class-map |-- firewall |-- sftp-server |-- ntp |-- timezone |-- clock |-- event-filter © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 410 of 496...

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    |-- list |-- vrrp |-- static-channel-group |-- bridge |-- etherchannel |-- spanning-tree |-- mst |-- config |-- detail |-- interface |-- instance |-- interface |-- interface |-- interface |-- sipalg |-- configuration © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 411 of 496...

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    |-- user |-- trap |-- pcap |-- current-config |-- cluster |-- config |-- current-stats-all |-- current-stats-apc |-- help |-- list-apc |-- list-station |-- summary-stats-all |-- summary-stats-apc |-- wids |-- help |-- statistics © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 412 of 496...

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    |-- current-config |-- stats-report |-- conf |-- current-stats |-- stationtracking |-- station |-- conf |-- preferred-calls |-- vdm |-- config |-- policy-for-station |-- sds |-- radio |-- wlan |-- config-files |-- rate-control © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 413 of 496...

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    |-- summary-stats |-- debug-stats |-- current-stats |-- history-stats |-- alarms |-- statistics |-- ap |-- radio |-- wlan |-- device |-- station |-- event |-- sipmsg-log |-- device |-- debug-stats |-- bss-if © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 414 of 496...

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    |-- voip-stats |-- preferred-calls |-- wlan-radio-service |-- vcc-msg-counts |-- cli-session |-- interface |-- arp-cache |-- voice |-- vqm |-- all |-- history-stats |-- summary-stats |-- current-stats |-- history-file |-- debug-stats |-- active-call © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 415 of 496...

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    |-- captive-portal |-- stats |-- cluster |-- clear-all |-- clear-apc |-- log |-- debug |-- current |-- all |-- detail |-- current |-- all |-- alarm |-- actalarm |-- alarminfo |-- vrrp © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 416 of 496...

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    |-- dhcp-info |-- capwap |-- trace |-- log |-- status |-- ip |-- statistics |-- sipalg |-- enable |-- apm |-- clear |-- block-endmsg |-- fail-endmsg |-- capwap-result-code |-- event |-- AP_UPGRADE_STATUS © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 418 of 496...

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    ANNEX A. CLI Command Structure |-- shared-memory |-- clear |-- add-ap |-- del-ap |-- findApIdListWithWlanProfileId |-- findWlanIdWithApgIdAndWlanProfileId |-- findWlanIdWithApIdAndWlanProfileId |-- findWlanProfileIdWithApIdAndWlanId |-- findWlanIdSetListWithApgId |-- findWlanIdSetListWithAp |-- wlan |-- reject-probe |-- rssi |-- time © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 419 of 496...

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    “AS IS” BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 491 of 496...

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    Dynamic Frequency Selection DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol DNAT Destination NAT Domain Naming Service Dynamic Power control DSCP Differentiated Services Code Point DTIM Delivery Traffic Indication Message DTLS Datagram Transmission Layer Security © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 492 of 496...

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    Modulation and Coding Scheme Management Information Base MIMO Multiple Input Multiple Output MSTP Multiple Spanning-Tree Protocol Maximum Transmission Unit Network Address Translation Network Management System NSSA Not So Stubby Areas Network Time Protocol © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 493 of 496...

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    Signal to Noise Ratio Secure Shell SSID Service Set Identifier Signaling Transfer Point TBTT Target Beacon Transmission Times TKIP Temporal Key Integrity Protocol Universal Serial Bus Coordinated Universal Time Unshielded Twisted Pair © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 494 of 496...

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    Wired Equivalent Privacy Wi-Fi Wireless Fidelity WIDS Wireless Intrusion Detection System WIPS Wireless Intrusion Prevention System WLAN Wireless Local Area Network WiFi Multimedia Wi-Fi Protected Access WPA2 Wi-Fi Protected Access Version 2 © SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. page 495 of 496...

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    WEC8500/WEC8050 (APC) Operation Manual ©2013 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Information in this manual is proprietary to SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd. No information contained here may be copied, translated, transcribed or duplicated by any form without the prior written consent of SAMSUNG.

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