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About the H3C access controller command references

The H3C access controller command references describe the commands and command syntax options for the H3C access controllers.

 

Command reference

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Fundamentals Command Reference

Covers the commands for logging in to and setting up an H3C access controller. This command reference includes:

·         CLI

·         RBAC

·         Login management

·         FTP and TFTP

·         File system management

·         Configuration file management

·         Software upgrade

·         Device management

·         Tcl

·         Python

·         License management

WLAN Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring WLAN access, WLAN security, WLAN authentication, WLAN roaming, channel scanning, WLAN load balancing, WIPS, WM2U, and so on. This command reference includes:

·         AP management

·         Radio management

·         WLAN access

·         WLAN security

·         WLAN authentication

·         WIPS

·         WLAN QoS

·         WLAN roaming

·         WLAN load balancing

·         WLAN radio resource measurement

·         Channel scanning

·         Band navigation

·         WLAN high availability

·         802.11r

·         Wireless locating

·         Hotspot 2.0

·         WLAN RRM

·         IoT AP

·         CM tunnel

·         WLAN fast forwarding

·         Cloud connection

·         WLAN IP snooping

·         WLAN probe

·         WLAN process maintenance

·         WLAN forwarding

Interface Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring Ethernet interfaces, loopback interfaces, null interfaces, inloopback interfaces, and bulk interface settings. This command reference includes:

·         Bulk interface configuration

·         Ethernet interface

·         Loopback, null, and inloopback interface

Layer 2—LAN Switching Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring MAC address table, Ethernet link aggregation, VLAN, spanning tree, LLDP, Layer 2 forwarding, and loop detection. This command reference includes:

·         MAC address table

·         Ethernet link aggregation

·         VLAN

·         Loop detection

·         Spanning tree

·         LLDP

·         Layer 2 forwarding

·         Port isolation

Layer 2—WAN Access Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring PPP and L2TP. This command reference includes:

·         PPP

·         L2TP

Layer 3—IP Services Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring IP addressing (including static and dynamic IPv4 and IPv6 address assignment), network performance optimization, ARP, and interoperation between IPv4 and IPv6. This command reference includes:

·         ARP

·         IP addressing

·         DHCP

·         DNS

·         NAT

·         IP forwarding basics

·         IP performance optimization

·         IPv6 basics

·         DHCPv6

·         GRE

Layer 3—IP Routing Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring basic IP routing and static routing. This command reference includes:

·         Basic IP routing

·         Static routing

·         IPv6 static routing

·         RIP

·         RIPng

IP Multicast Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring IGMP snooping and MLD snooping. This command reference includes:

·         IGMP snooping

·         MLD snooping

ACL and QoS Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring ACL and QoS. This command reference includes:

·         ACL

·         QoS (QoS overview, QoS policy, and priority mapping)

·         Time range

Security Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring identity authentication (AAA and PKI), access security (802.1X, MAC authentication, and portal), secure management (SSH), and security protection (IP source guard and ARP attack protection). This command reference includes:

·         AAA

·         802.1X

·         802.1X client

·         MAC authentication

·         Portal

·         User profile

·         Public key management

·         PKI

·         IPsec

·         SSH

·         SSL

·         Session management

·         Password control

·         Connection limit

·         Attack detection and prevention

·         IP source guard

·         ARP attack protection

·         ND attack defense

·         User isolation

·         Protocol packet rate limit

·         ASPF

High Availability Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring interface backup and track. This command reference includes:

·         Interface backup

·         Track

·         Load balancing

Network Management and Monitoring Command Reference

Covers the commands that help you manage networks, display system information, control network traffic, sample packets, analyze network performance, and debug network connectivity. This command reference includes:

·         System maintenance and debugging (ping, tracert, and system debugging)

·         NQA

·         NTP

·         SNMP

·         RMON

·         NETCONF

·         EAA

·         Process monitoring and maintenance

·         Flow log

·         Packet capture

·         Information center

·         Mirroring

·         PoE

IRF Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring IRF.

 


Product overview

H3C access controllers include the WX1800H, WX3800H, and WX5800H series access controllers and access controller modules.

H3C access controller models

Table 1 H3C access controller models

Product series

Model

WX1800H

·         WX1804H access controller

·         WX1810H access controller

·         WX1820H access controller

·         WX1840H access controller

WX3800H

·         WX3820H access controller

·         WX3840H access controller

WX5800H

WX5860H access controller

 

Typical application scenarios

Access controller as the gateway

As shown in Figure 1, the AC acts as the gateway for the PC and APs. The AC connects to the ISP network through a Layer 2 or Layer 3 switch, a router, or a modem.

You can configure routing features such as PPPoE on the WAN interfaces.

Figure 1 Network diagram

 

Access controller at the same layer with a switch

As shown in Figure 2, the AC provides wireless access services for the clients through the APs. The AC can directly connect to a Layer 2 or Layer 3 switch, and the APs connect to the switch directly or over an IP network.

Figure 2 Network diagram