Fail to refresh the web verification code of an AR router


Please reload the web version of an AR router.

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Does the AR support the web
Starting from V200R002C01, the AR supports the web platform. You can use the web platform to manage and maintain AR routers on the GUI. V200R005C20SPC200 is recommended. For details, see Access Router Product Information Center.

How to disable the web verification code function on an AR router
All V200R003 models support verification codes. From V200R005 on, the web NMS does not support verification codes. On V200R003, a verification code is needed for web login, and this function is always enabled and cannot be disabled.

Configure basic services of the Fat AP on the AR
You can configure the Fat AP service to enable users to easily access a wireless network and move around within the coverage of the wireless network. The procedure for configuring the basic function of the Fat AP is as follows: 1. Configure the WLAN mode of the device, basic parameters of the AP, and the addresses allocated to STAs. 2. Configure WLAN service VAPs. After APs go online, you can configure service VAPs for the APs to provide differentiated WLAN services for users. The detailed configuration is as follows: Create a WMM profile and a radio profile, bind the WMM profile to the radio profile, create a security profile and a traffic profile, configure a WLAN-BSS interface and a WLAN service set, bind the WLAN-BSS interface, security profile, and traffic profile to the WLAN service set, configure a radio, and bind the radio profile and VAP to the radio. For details, see Example for Configuring Wireless User Access to a WLAN.

What are the rules for an S series switches to select and refresh router IDs
On an S series switches, the rules for selecting and refreshing router IDs are as follows: If the router id command is executed, the configured router ID is used. If the router id command is not executed and the loopback interfaces with IP addresses configured already exist, the switch selects the largest IP address from the loopback interface addresses as the router ID. If the router id command is not executed and the loopback interfaces with IP addresses configured do not exist, the switch selects the largest IP address from the IP addresses of other interfaces as the router ID. In this case, the Up or Down state of interfaces is not considered. The router ID is reelected only when the interface IP address that is elected as the router ID is deleted or modified. Interface status changes do not result in reelection of the router ID. If the IP address of a non-loopback interface is originally selected as the router ID and currently the IP address of a loopback interface is configured, the router ID will not be reelected. If a larger interface IP address is set, the router ID will not reelected. If the master and slave MPUs are installed on the switch, the system backs up the configured router ID and the router ID selected among interface IP addresses. During system startup, when the protocol attempts to obtain the router ID, the RM may not obtain the information about all interface IP addresses. In this case, a smaller interface IP address may be selected as the router ID to return to the protocol. This is not considered as a problem. When the router ID is changed, you need to manually reset the protocol to obtain a new router ID. The router ID cannot be or

Does the Portal authentication page support a verification code

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