How does a WLAN device suppress traps


A WLAN device suppresses alarms in either of the following ways:

- Suppresses all traps: Run the snmp-agent trap disable command in the system view to disable the trap function for all features.

- Suppresses traps for the specified feature: Run the undo snmp-agent trap enable feature-name command in the system view to disable the trap function for a specified feature

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How can I clear logs on a WLAN device
Logs generated on a WLAN device are saved in the log buffer. After the number of logs reaches the specified threshold, the logs are saved to the syslogfile or logfile folder in the device's flash memory. When the WLAN device has been running for a long time, it generates a large number of logs. In this case, you can run the info-center max-logfile-number command to set the maximum number of logs to be saved on the device. You can clear all logs in the buffer and the flash memory. 1. Clear logs in the log buffer or trap buffer. - Run the reset logbuffer command in the user view to clear logs in the log buffer. - Run the reset trapbuffer command in the user view to clear traps in the trap buffer. 2. Clear log files in the flash memory. Run the delete command in the user view to delete log files in the flash memory. To delete logs in the logfile folder, perform the following operations: - delete flash:/logfile/xxx //Delete a log record. xxx specifies the log file name saved in the flash memory. - delete /unreserved flash:/logfile/xxx //Permanently delete a log record, which cannot be restored. - reset recycle-bin //Empty the recycle bin.

Which WLAN devices support roaming
Fat APs do not support WLAN roaming. AC+Fit AP networking support WLAN roaming. V200R003 and earlier versions support only intra-AC roaming, while V200R005 and later versions support both intra-AC and inter-AC roaming. Depending on whether a STA roams within the same subnet, WLAN roaming is categorized as Layer 2 roaming (on the same subnet) and Layer 3 roaming (on different subnets). Layer 2 roaming is classified into fast roaming and non-fast roaming according to security policies used by STAs. Only when the security policy is WPA2-802.1x and STAs support fast roaming technology, fast roaming can be achieved.

WLAN optimization
Optimize a WLAN network by: - Adjusting AP power - Adjusting the antenna system - Adjusting AP channels - Reducing interference - Adjusting the network-side topology and bandwidth

Change the SSID on WLAN devices
Change the SSID on WLAN devices. Command output on the CLI: [HUAWEI]wlan [HUAWEI-wlan-view]service-set name test [HUAWEI-wlan-service-set-test]ssid huawei If the SSID is in use and cannot be modified, unbind SSID invocation and change the SSID again.

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