ACL and QoS Command Reference

HomeSupportResource CenterWLANAccess PointH3C WA2200 Series WLAN Access PointsTechnical DocumentsCommandCommand ReferencesH3C WA Series WLAN Access Points Command Reference-6W100ACL and QoS Command Reference
01-Feature Matrix
Title Size Download
01-Feature Matrix 37.9 KB

l          The models listed in this document are not applicable to all regions. Please consult your local sales office for the models applicable to your region.

l          Read this chapter before using an H3C WA series WLAN access point.

 

H3C WA series WLAN access points include the WA2200 series and WA2600 series. Table 1-1 shows the applicable models and software versions.

Table 1-1 Applicable models and software versions

Series

Model

Software version

WA2200 series

WA2200 series access points (indoors)

WA2210-AG

R 1115

WA2220-AG

WA2200 series access points (outdoors)

WA2210X-G

WA2220X-AG

WA2600 series

WA2600 series access points (indoors)

WA2610-AGN

R 1106

WA2612-AGN

WA2620-AGN

WA2600 series access points (enhanced)

WA2610E-AGN

R 1109

WA2620E-AGN

 


 

l          Support of the H3C WA series WLAN access points for features, commands and parameters may vary by device model. See this document for more information.

l          For information about feature support, see Table 2-1. For information about command and parameter support, see Table 3-1.

l          The term AP in this document refers to common APs, wireless bridges, or mesh APs.

 

Table 2-1 Feature matrix

Document

Feature

WA2200 series

WA2600 series

Fundamentals Configuration Guide

HTTPS

Not supported

Supported

WLAN Configuration Guide

802.11n radio mode

Not supported

Supported

802.11n bandwidth mode

Not supported

Supported

802.11n rate configuration

Not supported

Supported

Layer 2 – LAN Switching Configuration Guide

Optical Ethernet interface

Supported on WA2210X-G/WA2220X-AG only

Not supported

GE interface

Not supported

Supported

Layer 3 – IP Services Configuration Guide

DHCP server configuration

Not supported

Supported

DHCPv6 configuration

Not supported

Supported

IP Multicast Configuration Guide

IGMP snooping configuration

Not supported

Supported

MLD snooping configuration

Not supported

Supported

Security Configuration Guide

SSH2.0

Not supported

Supported

 


Table 3-1 Command/Parameter matrix

Document

Module

Command/Parameter

WA2200 series

WA2600 series

Fundamentals Command Reference

HTTP commands

display ip https

Not supported

Supported

ip https acl

Not supported

Supported

ip https certificate access-control-policy

Not supported

Supported

ip https enable

Not supported

Supported

WLAN Command Reference

WLAN service commands

a-mpdu enable

Not supported

Supported

a-msdu enable

Not supported

Supported

channel band-width

Not supported

Supported

client dot11n-only

Not supported

Supported

preamble { long | short }

Only APs that support the 802.11b/g radio mode support this command.

Only APs that support the 802.11b/g radio mode support this command.

radio-type

Keywords dot11an and dot11gn not supported

Supported

short-gi enable

Not supported

Supported

WLAN RRM commands

dot11a { disabled-rate | mandatory-rate | supported-rate } rate-value

Only APs that support 802.11a radio mode support this command.

Only APs that support 802.11a radio mode support this command.

dot11n mandatory maximum-mcs

Not supported

Supported

dot11n support maximum-mcs

Not supported

Supported

power-constraint power-constraint

Only APs that support the 802.11a radio mode support this command.

Only APs that support the 802.11a radio mode support this command.

Layer 2 – LAN Switching Command Reference

The maximum number of broadcast packets that can be forwarded on an Ethernet interface per second

broadcast-suppression { ratio | pps max-pps }

pps max-pps ranges from 1 to 148810.

pps max-pps ranges from 1 to 1488100.

The maximum number of multicast packets allowed on an Ethernet interface per second

multicast-suppression { ratio | pps max-pps }

pps max-pps ranges from 1 to 148810.

pps max-pps ranges from 1 to 1488100.

The maximum number of unknown unicast packets allowed on an Ethernet interface per second

unicast-suppression { ratio | pps max-pps }

pps max-pps ranges from 1 to 148810.

pps max-pps ranges from 1 to 1488100.

Layer 3 - IP Services Command Reference

DHCP commands

DHCP server configuration commands

Not supported

Supported

DHCPv6 commands

display ipv6 dhcp client [ interface interface-type interface-number ]

Not supported

Supported

display ipv6 dhcp client statistics [ interface interface-type interface-number ]

Not supported

Supported

display ipv6 dhcp duid

Not supported

Supported

reset ipv6 dhcp client statistics [ interface interface-type interface-number ]

Not supported

Supported