H3C Access Points Cloud Mode Web-Based Configuration Guide(E2442 R2442)-6W100

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Feature navigator

Menu items and icons available to you depend on the user roles you have. By default, you can use any user roles to display information. To configure features, you must have the network-admin user role. This chapter describes all menus available for the network-admin user role.

Top-level menus differ in system view and in network view. You can toggle between these two views by clicking the view tab at the bottom of the page. For each top menu, a navigator table is provided. Use the navigator tables to navigate to the pages for the tasks you want to perform.

For example:

·     To change the default device name, perform the following tasks:

a.     Click the system view tab at the bottom of the page.

b.     From the navigation tree, select System > Management. You are placed on the Settings tab.

·     To delete an IPv4 ACL, perform the following tasks:

a.     Click the system view tab at the bottom of the page.

b.     From the navigation tree, select System > Resource. You are placed on the IPv4 ACL tab.

 

 

NOTE:

In the navigator tables, a menu is in boldface if it has submenus.

 

Feature navigator in system view

Top-level menus in system view include Dashboard, Network Configuration, Network Security, System, and Tools.

 

 

NOTE:

Available features in system view vary by device model. For more information, see System features.

 

Dashboard menu

The dashboard menu provides an overview of the system and its running status, including the following information:

·     Event logs.

·     Channel utilization information.

·     System utilization information.

·     Wireless service statistics.

·     Client statistics.

·     Traffic monitoring statistics.

This menu does not contain submenus.

Network configuration menu

Use Table 1 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the Network Configuration menu.

Table 1 Network configuration menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Network Interfaces

Interfaces

·     Display interfaces and their attributes, including:

¡     Interface status.

¡     IP address.

¡     Speed and duplex mode.

¡     Interface description.

·     Delete logical interfaces.

·     Modify interfaces.

Link Aggregation

Create, modify, or delete Layer 2 aggregation groups.

PPPoE

Add, delete, or modify PPPoE clients.

VLAN

VLAN

·     Configure port-based VLANs.

·     Create VLAN-interfaces.

MAC

·     Create or delete static MAC entries, dynamic MAC entries, and blackhole MAC entries.

·     Display existing MAC entries.

STP

·     Enable or disable STP globally.

·     Configure the STP operating mode as STP, RSTP, PVST, or MSTP.

·     Display port instance state, instance state, and port state.

·     Configure MST region, MSTI settings, ports, instances, port instances, and advanced settings.

Network Routing

Routing Table

Display IPv4 and IPv6 routing table information, including brief routing table information and route statistics.

Static Routing

·     Display IPv4 and IPv6 static routing entries.

·     Create, modify, or delete IPv4 and IPv6 static routing entries.

Network Services-IP Services

IP

·     Configure the method to obtain an IP address (DHCP or static).

·     Configure the IP address or MTU of an interface.

·     Create a loopback interface.

IPv6

·     Configure the method to obtain an IPv6 address (manual assignment, dynamic assignment, or auto generation).

·     Configure the IPv6 address of an interface.

·     Create a loopback interface.

Network Services-DHCP/DNS

DHCP

·     Configure DHCP server functions, including:

¡     Configure DHCP services.

¡     Configure the interface to operate in the DHCP server mode.

¡     Configure DHCP address pools.

¡     Configure IP address conflict detection.

·     Configure DHCP relay agent functions, including:

¡     Configure DHCP services.

¡     Configure the DHCP relay agent mode.

¡     Configure the IP address of the DHCP server.

·     Configure settings for DHCP relay entry, include:

¡     Recording of DHCP relay entries.

¡     Periodic refreshing of DHCP relay entries.

¡     Interval for refreshing DHCP relay entries.

IPv4 DNS

·     Configure IPv4 static domain name resolution.

·     Configure IPv4 dynamic domain name resolution.

·     Configure the DNS proxy.

·     Configure IPv4 domain name suffixes.

IPv6 DNS

·     Configure static and dynamic IPv6 domain name resolution.

·     Configure the IPv6 DNS proxy.

·     Configure IPv6 domain name suffixes.

Network Services-Multicast

IGMP Snooping

Configure IGMP snooping functions, including:

·     Enable or disable IGMP snooping in a VLAN.

·     Query IGMP snooping entries.

·     Enable dropping unknown multicast data.

·     Configure the IGMP snooping querier.

·     Enable fast-leave processing.

·     Set the maximum number of multicast groups on a port.

MLD Snooping

Configure MLD snooping functions, including:

·     Enable or disable MLD snooping in a VLAN.

·     Query MLD snooping entries.

·     Enable dropping unknown IPv6 multicast data.

·     Configure the MLD snooping querier.

·     Enable fast-leave processing.

·     Set the maximum number of IPv6 multicast groups on a port.

Network Services-ARP

ARP

·     Add static ARP entries.

·     Delete dynamic ARP entries and static ARP entries.

·     Configure the ARP proxy.

·     Configure gratuitous ARP.

·     Configure ARP attack protection.

Network Services-ND

ND

·     Add static ND entries.

·     Delete dynamic ND entries and static ND entries.

·     Enable or disable link local ND entry minimization.

·     Configure hop limit.

·     Configure RA prefix attributes, including:

¡     Address prefix.

¡     Prefix length.

¡     Valid lifetime.

¡     Preferred lifetime.

·     Configure RA settings for an interface, including:

¡     RA message suppression.

¡     Maximum and minimum intervals for sending RA messages.

¡     M-flag.

¡     MTU option.

¡     Hop limit.

¡     O-flag.

¡     Router lifetime.

¡     NS message retransmit interval.

¡     Router preference.

¡     Neighbor reachable time.

·     Enable common and local ND proxy on an interface.

·     Configure ND rules for the interface, including:

¡     Maximum number of dynamic neighbor entries.

¡     Maximum number of DAD attempts.

Network Services-NAT

NAT

·     Configure dynamic and static NAT, internal servers, and dynamic and static NAT444.

·     Configure NAT address groups, NAT444 address groups, port block groups, and server groups.

·     Configure PAT mode, DNS mappings, and NAT hairpin.

·     Enable NAT ALG.

·     Display NAT logs.

Management Protocols

HTTP/HTTPS

·     Enable or disable HTTP service.

·     Enable or disable HTTPS service.

·     Set the Web connection timeout.

·     Set the HTTP service port number.

·     Set the HTTPS service port number.

·     Specify Web access control ACLs.

Telnet

·     Enable or disable Telnet service.

·     Set the DSCP values for the device to use for outgoing IPv4 or IPv6 Telnet packets.

·     Specify Telnet access control ACLs.

SSH

·     Enable or disable the Stelnet, SFTP, and SCP services.

·     Configure advanced SSH settings.

NTP

·     Enable or disable the NTP service.

·     Configure the IP address and stratum level of the local clock.

·     Set an NTP authentication key.

LLDP

·     Enable or disable LLDP.

·     Configure LLDP parameters.

·     Display interface status.

·     Configure the interface status.

·     Display LLDP neighbors.

·     Configure LLDP to advertise the specified TLVs.

Settings

·     Enable or disable log output to the log buffer, and configure the maximum number of logs in the log buffer.

·     Configure the address and port number of log hosts.

 

Network security menu

Use Table 2 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the Network Security menu.

Table 2 Network security menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Packet Filter

Packet Filter

·     Create, modify, or delete a packet filter for an interface.

·     Configure the default action for the packet filter.

Traffic Policy

QoS Policies

Create, modify, or delete interface QoS policies.

Priority Mapping

·     Query or configure the port priority.

·     Configure the priority trust mode for a port.

·     Query or modify the priority mapping table.

Access Control

802.1X

·     Enable or disable 802.1X.

·     Configure the 802.1X authentication method.

·     Configure the port access control method.

·     Configure the maximum number of concurrent 802.1X users on the port.

·     Configure advanced 802.1X features.

Authentication

ISP Domains

Configure ISP domains.

RADIUS

Configure RADIUS schemes.

User Management

Local Users

·     Add, modify, or delete local users.

·     Add, modify, or delete local user groups.

 

System menu

Use Table 3 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the System menu.

Table 3 System menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Event Logs

Event Logs

Query, collect, or delete log information.

Resource

IPv4 ACL

·     Create, modify, or delete an IPv4 basic ACL.

·     Create, modify, or delete an IPv4 advanced ACL.

IPv6 ACL

·     Create, modify, or delete an IPv6 basic ACL.

·     Create, modify, or delete an IPv6 advanced ACL.

Ethernet

Create, modify, or delete an Ethernet frame header ACL.

Time range

Create, modify, or delete a time range.

Administrators

Administrators

·     Create, modify, or delete roles.

·     Create, modify, or delete administrators.

·     Configure the role of administrators.

·     Control administrator access authority.

·     Manage passwords.

Management

Settings

·     Set the name, location, and contact information of the device.

·     Set the system time.

Configuration

·     Save or export the running configuration.

·     Import configuration.

·     Display the running configuration.

·     Restore the settings to the factory defaults.

Upgrade

·     Upgrade system software.

·     Display system software lists, including:

¡     List of software enabled at the current system startup.

¡     List of main software to be enabled at the next system startup.

Reboot

Reboot the device.

About

Display basic device information, including device name, serial number, model, description, location, contact information, version, electronic label, and statement.

 

Tools menu

Use Table 4 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the Tools menu.

Table 4 Tools menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Debug

Diagnostics

Collect diagnostic information for locating problems.

 

Feature navigator in network view

Top-level menus in network view include Dashboard, Quick Start, Monitoring, Wireless Configuration, Network Security, System , Tools, and Reporting.

 

 

NOTE:

Available features in network view vary by device model. For more information, see Network features.

 

Dashboard menu

The dashboard menu provides an overview of the system and its running status, including the following information:

·     Event logs.

·     Channel utilization information.

·     System utilization information.

·     Wireless service statistics.

·     Client statistics.

·     Traffic monitoring statistics.

This menu does not contain submenus.

Quick start menu

Use Table 5 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the Quick Start menu.

Table 5 Quick start menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Add New SSID

Add New SSID

·     Configure wireless services.

·     Configure link layer authentication.

·     Enable or disable authorization.

·     Enable or disable intrusion detection.

·     Configure key management.

·     Bind radios.

Add New User

Add New User

Add new users.

 

Monitoring menu

Use Table 6 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the Monitoring menu.

Table 6 Monitoring menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Wireless Networks

Wireless Services

Display wireless services.

Clients

Clients

Display client statistics.

Wireless Security

WIPS

Display WIPS statistics.

Client Proximity Sensor

Client Proximity Sensor

Display client proximity sensor information.

Application Monitoring

Bonjour

·     Display Bonjour service information discovered by Bonjour gateways.

·     Clear Bonjour service resource information.

Multicast Optimization

Display IPv4 and IPv6 multicast statistics.

 

Wireless configuration menu

Use Table 7 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the Wireless Configuration menu.

Table 7 Wireless configuration menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Wireless Networks

Wireless Networks

·     Display wireless services.

·     Add, delete, or modify wireless services.

·     Configure link layer authentication.

·     Enable or disable authorization and intrusion detection.

·     Manage keys.

·     Bind radios.

·     Configure access control.

AP Management

Wireless service settings

Bind an SSID to different radios.

Basic settings

·     Configure AP region codes.

·     Enable or disable region code lock.

·     Set the LED lighting mode.

Wireless QoS

Client Rate Limiting

·     Display detailed information about client rate limit.

·     Configure client-type-based client rate limit.

·     Configure service-based client rate limit.

Bandwidth Guaranteeing

·     Display detailed information about intelligent bandwidth guarantee.

·     Set the maximum radio bandwidth.

·     Modify bandwidth guaranteeing settings for radios.

Wi-Fi Multimedia

·     Display wireless QoS status and information.

·     Display radio EDCA parameters.

·     Display radio and client negotiation parameters.

·     Display WMM statistics for clients.

·     Display transport stream information.

Wireless Security

WIPS

·     Display detailed WIPS information.

·     Enable WIPS.

·     Configure VSDs.

·     Configure classification policies.

·     Configure attack detection policies.

·     Configure signature policies.

·     Configure countermeasure policies.

·     Configure AP classification rules.

·     Configure signatures.

·     Add MAC addresses to the alarm-ignored device list.

Whitelist and blacklist

·     Configure whitelists.

·     Configure static and dynamic blacklists.

Radio Management

Radio Configuration

Display detailed information about all radios.

Band Navigation

Display or modify global band navigation parameters.

Client Proximity Sensor

Client Proximity Sensor

·     Enable or disable client proximity sensor.

·     Display client proximity sensor information.

Applications

Mesh

·     Fast configure mesh networks.

·     Configure and display mesh profiles.

·     Configure and display mesh policies.

·     Display binding information.

·     Display neighbor whitelist statistics.

·     Display mesh link statistics.

Multicast Optimization

·     Display IPv4 multicast optimization.

·     Configure IPv4 multicast optimization.

·     Display IPv6 multicast optimization.

·     Configure IPv6 multicast optimization.

Bonjour

·     Enable or disable the Bonjour gateway feature.

·     Create and activate Bonjour service types.

·     Change the Bonjour gateway mode.

·     Configure Bonjour policies.

 

Network security menu

Use Table 8 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the Network Security menu.

Table 8 Network security menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Packet Filter

Packet Filter

·     Create, modify, or delete a packet filter for an interface.

·     Configure the default action for the packet filter.

Traffic Policy

QoS Policies

Create, modify, or delete interface QoS policies.

Priority Mapping

Query and modify the mapping table.

Access Control

802.1X

·     Enable or disable 802.1X.

·     Configure the 802.1X authentication method.

·     Configure the port access control method.

·     Configure the maximum number of concurrent 802.1X users on the port.

·     Configure advanced 802.1X features.

Authentication

ISP Domains

Configure ISP domains.

RADIUS

Configure RADIUS schemes.

User Management

Local Users

·     Add, modify, delete local users.

·     Add or modify local user groups.

Access Control

MAC Authentication

Configure MAC authentication.

Port Security

Configure port security features.

Portal

Configure portal authentication.

 

System menu

Use Table 9 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the System menu.

Table 9 System menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Resource

IPv4 ACL

·     Create basic or advanced IPv4 ACLs.

·     Modify or delete ACLs on this page and other service module pages, such as the packet filtering page.

IPv6 ACL

·     Create basic or advanced IPv6 ACLs.

·     Modify or delete ACLs on this page and other service module pages, such as the packet filtering page.

Ethernet

·     Create Ethernet ACLs.

·     Modify or delete ACLs on this page and other service module pages, such as the packet filtering page.

Time range

Create, modify, or delete time ranges.

Cloud Platforms

Cloud Platforms

Configure the Cloudnet server domain name.

Unbind Device

Unbind the device from the Cloudnet server.

 

Tools menu

Use Table 10 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the Tools menu.

Table 10 Tools menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

RF Ping

RF Ping

Perform wireless link quality detection.

Debug

Diagnostics

Collect diagnostic information for locating problems.

 

Reporting menu

Use Table 11 to navigate to the tasks you can perform from the Reporting menu.

Table 11 Reporting menu navigator

Menus

Tasks

Client Statistics

AC Frame

Display transmitted/received/dropped AC frames.

AC Bytes

Display transmitted/received/dropped AC bytes.

Total Frame

Display total transmitted, received, and dropped frames.

Total Bytes

Display total transmitted, received, and dropped bytes.

Wireless Service Statistics

Wireless Service Statistics

Display wireless service statistics.