ap wired-port-profile

ap wired-port-profile {default | <profile-name>}

aaa-profile {default | <profile-name>}

authentication-timeout <timeout>

bridge-role

clone {default | <source>}

enet-link-profile <profile-name>

lldp-profile {default | <profile-name>}

no

portfast

portfast-trunk

rap-backup

shutdown

spanning-tree

wired-ap-profile <profile-name>

Description

This command configures a wired port profile.

Syntax

Parameter

Description

Range

Default

ap wired-port-profile <profile-name>

Name of this instance of the profile. The name must be 1-63 characters.

 

default

aaa-profile <profile-name>

Name of a AAA profile to be used by devices connecting to the AP’s wired port.

 

 

authentication-timeout <timeout>

Authentication timeout value, in seconds, for devices connecting the AP’s wired port. The supported range is 1-65535 seconds, and the default value is 20 seconds.

1-65535 sec

5 sec

bridge-role <role>

Role that is assigned to a user if split-tunnel authentication fails.

 

 

clone <source>

Create a new AP wired port profile based upon the values of an existing profile.

 

default

enet-link-profile <profile-name>

Specify an Ethernet link profile to be used by devices associated with this wired port profile. The Ethernet link profile defines the duplex value and speed to be used by the port.

 

 

lldp-profile <profile-name>

Specify an LLDP profile to be used by devices associated with this wired port profile. The LLDP profile specifies the type-length-value (TLV) elements to be sent in LLDP PDUs.

 

 

no

Negates any defined parameter

 

 

portfast

Enables portfast for ap wired ports.

Spanning tree must be enabled before this command can be used.

 

 

portfast-trunk

Spanning tree must be enabled before this command can be used.

 

 

rap-backup

Use the rap-backup parameter to use the wired port on a Remote AP for local connectivity and troubleshooting when the AP cannot reach the managed device. If the AP is not connected to the controller, no firewall policies will be applied when this option is enabled. (The AAA profile will be applied when the AP is connected to controller).

 

 

shutdown

Disable the wired AP port.

 

 

spanning-tree

Enables the spanning-tree protocol.

 

 

wired-ap-profile <profile-name>

Name of a wired AP profile to be used by devices connecting the AP’s wired port. The wired AP profile defines the forwarding mode and switchport values used by the port.

 

 

Usage Guidelines

This command is only applicable to APs with Ethernet ports. Issue this command to enable or disable the wired port, define an AAA profile for wired port devices, and associate the port with an ethernet link profile that defines its speed and duplex values.

Example

The following command defines a AAA profile for wired port devices:

(host)[mynode] (config) #ap wired-port-profile wiredport1

(host)[mynode] (AP wired port profile"wiredport1") #aaa-profile default-open

(host)[mynode] (AP wired port profile"wiredport1") #authentication-timeout 30

(host)[mynode] (AP wired port profile"wiredport1") #wired-ap-profile wiredap1

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

Licensing

Command Mode

All platforms

Base operating system, except for noted parameters

Config mode on Mobility Master