Radio profile configuration


Radio profile configuration
Location for radio profiles: (wlan-) radio xx -- radio-profile
[HUAWEI] wlan
[HUAWEI-wlan-view] wmm-profile name w1
[HUAWEI-wlan-wmm-prof-w1] wmm enable //WMM is enabled by default. If disabled, 802.11n access will be affected.
[HUAWEI-wlan-wmm-prof-w1] quit
[HUAWEI-wlan-view] radio-profile r1
[HUAWEI-wlan-radio-prof-r1]wmm-profile name w1
[HUAWEI-wlan-radio-prof-r1] radio-type { 80211a | 80211an | 80211gn | 80211b | 80211bg | 80211bgn | 80211g | 80211n }

For V200R003, 802.11b/g/n support the 2.4 GHz frequency band, and 802.11a/n support the 5 GHz frequency band. If you configure the 5 GHz frequency band without changing the radio type, the system will report an error.
Ensure that the wireless network does not invoke this profile when deleting the radio profile.
- For V200R003, radio-type needs to be set to 802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz) or 802.11a/n (5 GHz).
- For V200R005 and later versions, radio-type does not need to be manually configured and cannot be specified.
- In most cases, WMM profiles do not need to be modified.
- In the radio profile, the working mode can be set to normal, monitor, and hybrid. In monitor mode, users cannot access the radio. Changing the working mode may cause temporary service interruption.

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Traffic profile configuration
Configure a traffic profile. Location for traffic profiles: (wlan-) radio-->service-set-->traffic-profile. If the rate limiting is not performed, no configuration is required. Just create a new traffic profile that can be invoked by the service set. [HUAWEI] wlan [HUAWEI-wlan-view] traffic-profile name p1 [HUAWEI-wlan-traffic-prof-p1] quit [HUAWEI-wlan-view] service-set name s1 [HUAWEI-wlan-service-set-s1]traffic-profile p1 Traffic unit: kbit/s

Radio power configuration
Manually adjust the radio power of ACs and Fat APs. [HUAWEI] wlan [HUAWEI-wlan-view] ap 0 radio 0 or radio-profile name r1 [HUAWEI-wlan-radio-0/0] power-mode fixed [HUAWEI-wlan-radio-0/0] power-level xx Configuration on the web platform: Choose Configuration > WLAN Configuration/AP Management > Radio Profile, and change Power mode to fixed. - On the WLAN Configuration page, select 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz in the radio configuration area. Select the radio profile, channel bandwidth, channel, and power level in fixed mode. (To modify information, delete the existing configurations first. Then add a new radio profile and configure the parameters as required.) Restore the default power by running the undo power-level command. The default power level is 0, that is, the maximum value. The value of the power level indicates the xx dBm that the transmit power decreases. To check the supported power level, run the display power-level ap-id 0 radio-id 0 command or run the display power-level interface wlan-radio0/0/0 command. This function cannot be deployed in batches, so the power level can only be adjusted one by one. The maximum power ranges from 20 to 30.

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.

How to configure radio calibration on an AC
For information about how to configure radio calibration on an AC, see: Versions earlier than V200R006: Configuring Radio Calibration V200R006: Configuring Radio Calibration

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