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wlan hotspot hs2-profile

wlan hotspot hs2-profile <profile-name>

access-network-type {emergency-services|personal-device|private|private-guest|public-chargeable|public-free|test|wildcard}

advertisement-profile <profile-name>

advertisement-protocol {anqp|eas|mih-cmd-event|mih-info|rsvd}

asra

clone <source>

comeback-mode

gas-comeback-delay <gas-comeback-delay>

grp-frame-block

hessid <hessid>

hotspot-enable

hotspot-roam-cons-1

hotspot-roam-cons-2

hotspot-roam-cons-3

internet

no

p2p-cross-connect

p2p-dev-mgmt

pame-bi

query-response-length-limit <query-response-length-limit>

radius-cui

radius-loc-data

release-number {release-1|release-2|reserved}

time-advt-cap {no-std-ext-timesrc|timestamp-offset-utc|reserved}

time-error <milliseconds>

time-zone <time-zone>

venue-group <venue-group>

venue-type <venue-type>

Description

This command configures a hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile for an 802.11u802.11u is an amendment to the IEEE 802.11 WLAN standards for connection to external networks using common wireless devices such as smartphones and tablet PCs. The 802.11u protocol provides wireless clients with a streamlined mechanism to discover and authenticate to suitable networks, and allows mobile users to roam between partner networks without additional authentication. An 802.11u-capable device supports the Passpoint technology from the Wi-Fi Alliance Hotspot 2.0 R2 Specification that simplifies and automates access to public Wi-Fi. public access service provider.

Syntax

Parameter

Description

<profile-name>

Name of the hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile.

access-network-type

Specifies the 802.11u network type. The default setting is public-chargeable.

emergency-services: emergency services only network

personal-device: personal device network

private: private network

private-guest: private network with guest access

public-chargeable: public chargeable network

public-free: free public network

test: test network

wildcard: wildcard network

advertisement-profile <profile-name>

Advertisement profile associated with this hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile. If this parameter is not changed, the hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile uses with the default advertisement profile.

advertisement-protocol

Select one of the following advertisement protocol types to be used by the AP.

anqp

emergency: Emergency Alert System

mih-cmd-event: Media Independent Handover Command and Event Services Capability Discovery

mih-info: Media Independent Handover Information Service. This option allows handovers between differing kinds of wireless access protocols and technologies, allowing access points on different IP subnetsSubnet is the logical division of an IP network. to communicate with each other at the link level while maintaining session continuity.

rsvd: Reserved for future use.

asra

Issue the Additional Steps Required for Access (ASRA) sub command if any additional steps are required for network access. If this parameter is enabled, the AP will send the following IEs in response to the client’s ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. query.

Venue Name

Domain Name List

Network Authentication Type

Roaming Consortium List

NAI Realm List

NOTE: If ASRA is enabled, the advertisement profile for this hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. must reference an enabled network authentication type profile. For more information on enabling an network authentication type profile, see wlan hotspot anqp-nwk-auth-profile.

clone <source>

Makes a copy of an existing hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile.

comeback-mode

By default, ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. information is obtained from a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. Request and Response. If you enable the comeback-mode option, advertisement information is obtained using a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. Request and Response. as well as a Comeback-Request and Comeback-Response. This option is disabled by default.

gas-comeback-delay <gas-comeback-delay>

At the end of the GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. comeback delay interval, the client may attempt to retrieve the query response using a Comeback Request Action frame. The supported range is 100-2000 milliseconds, and the default value is 500 milliseconds.

grp-frame-block

This option configures the Downstream Group Addressed Forwarding Disabled Mode. If this feature is enabled, it ensures that the AP does not forward downstream group-addressed frames. It is disabled by default, allowing the AP to forward downstram group-addressed frames.

hessid <hessid>

This optional parameter devices an AP’s homogenous ESSExtended Service Set. An ESS is a set of one or more interconnected BSSs that form a single sub network. identifier, which is that device’s MACMedia Access Control. A MAC address is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on a network. address in colon-separated hexadecimal format.

hotspot-enable

Enables or disables the hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet.. When this feature is enabled, the Information Elements (IEs) for this hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. are included in beacons and probe responses from the AP.

This setting is disabled by default.

hotspot-roam-cons-1

Roaming Consortium entry 1 OI value and length.

hotspot-roam-cons-2

Roaming Consortium entry 2 OI value and length.

hotspot-roam-cons-3

Roaming Consortium entry 3 OI value and length.

internet

If you issue the internet parameter, the AP sends an IE indicating that the network allows internet access. By default, a hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile does not advertise network internet access.

no

Negates or removes any configured parameter.

p2p-cross-connect

Issue this command to advertise support for P2P Cross Connections. This setting is disabled by default.

p2p-dev-mgmt

Issue this command to advertise support for P2P device management. This setting is disabled by default.

pame-bi

This option enables the Pre-Association Message Exchange BSSIDBasic Service Set Identifier. The BSSID identifies a particular BSS within an area. In infrastructure BSS networks, the BSSID is the MAC address of the AP. In independent BSS or ad hoc networks, the BSSID is generated randomly. Independent (PAME‑BI) bit, which is used by an AP to indicate whether the AP indicates that the Advertisement Server can return a query response that is independent of the BSSIDBasic Service Set Identifier. The BSSID identifies a particular BSS within an area. In infrastructure BSS networks, the BSSID is the MAC address of the AP. In independent BSS or ad hoc networks, the BSSID is generated randomly. used for the GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. Frame exchange.

query-response-length-limit <query-response-length-limit>

GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. enables advertisement services that lets clients query multiple 802.11802.11 is an evolving family of specifications for wireless LANs developed by a working group of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 802.11 standards use the Ethernet protocol and Carrier Sense Multiple Access with collision avoidance (CSMA/CA) for path sharing. neworks at once, while also allowing the client to learn more about a network’s 802.11802.11 is an evolving family of specifications for wireless LANs developed by a working group of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 802.11 standards use the Ethernet protocol and Carrier Sense Multiple Access with collision avoidance (CSMA/CA) for path sharing. infrastructure before associating.

If a client transmits a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. Query using a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. Initial Request frame, the responding AP will provide the query response (or information on how to receive the query response) in a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. Initial Response frame.

This parameter sets the maximum length of the GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. query response, in octets. The supported range is 1-255 octets.

radius-cui

Include this parameter to enable the Chargeable-User-Identity RADIUSRemote Authentication Dial-In User Service. An Industry-standard network access protocol for remote authentication. It allows authentication, authorization, and accounting of remote users who want to access network resources.  attribute defined by RFCRequest For Comments. RFC is a commonly used format for the Internet standards documentss. 4372. Home networks can use this attribute to identify a user for the roaming transactions that take place outside of that home network.

radius-loc-data

Include this parameter to enable the Location Data RADIUSRemote Authentication Dial-In User Service. An Industry-standard network access protocol for remote authentication. It allows authentication, authorization, and accounting of remote users who want to access network resources.  attribute defined by RFCRequest For Comments. RFC is a commonly used format for the Internet standards documentss. 5580. Enabling this parameter allows the RADIUSRemote Authentication Dial-In User Service. An Industry-standard network access protocol for remote authentication. It allows authentication, authorization, and accounting of remote users who want to access network resources.  server to use location data.

release number

HotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. 2.0 Release Number:

Release #1

Release #2

Reserved

time-advt-cap

no-std-ext-timesrc

timestamp-offset-utc

reserved

 

This parameter specifies the AP’s source of external time, and the current condition of its timing estimator.

no-std-ext-time-src: The AP using this profile has no standardized external time source.

timestamp-offset-utc: The AP has a timestamp offset based on UTCCoordinated Universal Time. UTC is the primary time standard by which the world regulates clocks and time..

reserved: This setting is reserved for future use, and should not be used.

time-error

 

The standard deviation of error in time value estimate, in milliseconds. The default value is 0 milliseconds, and the supported range is 0- 2,147,483,647 milliseconds.

time-zone

The time zone in which the AP is operating, in the format

<std><offset>[dst[offset][,start[/time],end[/time]]

Where the <std> string specifies the abbreviation of the time zone, <dst> is the abbreviation of the timezone in daylight savings time, and the <offset> string specifies the time value you must add to the local time to arrive at UTCCoordinated Universal Time. UTC is the primary time standard by which the world regulates clocks and time..

NOTE: For complete details on configuring the timezone format, refer to section 8.3 of IEEEInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Std 1003.1, 2004 Edition.

venue-group <venue-group>

Specify one of the following venue groups to be advertised in the IEs from APs associated with this hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile. The default setting is unspecified.

assembly

business  

educational   

factory-or-industrial

institutional      

mercantile      

outdoor      

reserved    

residential     

storage

unspecified  

utility-misc     

vehicular

NOTE: This parameter only defines the venue group advertised in the IEs from hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. APs. To define the venue group to be included in ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. responses, use anqp-venue-name-profile <profile-name>.

venue-type <venue-type>

Specify a venue type to be advertised in the IEs from APs associated with this hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile. The complete list of supported venue types is described in Venue Types

NOTE: This parameter only defines the venue type advertised in the IEs from hotspot APs. To define the venue type to be included in ANQP responses, use anqp-venue-name-profile <profile-name>.

Usage Guidelines

HotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. 2.0 is a WFAWi-Fi Alliance. WFA is a non-profit organization that promotes Wi-Fi technology and certifies Wi-Fi products if they conform to certain standards of interoperability. specification based upon the 802.11u802.11u is an amendment to the IEEE 802.11 WLAN standards for connection to external networks using common wireless devices such as smartphones and tablet PCs. The 802.11u protocol provides wireless clients with a streamlined mechanism to discover and authenticate to suitable networks, and allows mobile users to roam between partner networks without additional authentication. An 802.11u-capable device supports the Passpoint technology from the Wi-Fi Alliance Hotspot 2.0 R2 Specification that simplifies and automates access to public Wi-Fi. protocol that provides wireless clients with a streamlined mechanism to discover and authenticate to suitable networks, and allows mobile users the ability to roam between partner networks without additional authentication.

Mobility Master supports HotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. 2.0 with enhanced network discovery and selection. Clients can receive general information about the network identity, venue and type via management frames from the Aruba AP. Clients can also query APs for information about the network’s available IP address type (IPv4 or IPv6), roaming partners, and supported authentication methods, and receive that information in Information Elements from the AP.

Generic Advertisement Service Queries

An Organization Identifier is a unique identifier assigned to a service provider when it registers with the IEEEInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. registration authority. An AP can include its service provider OI in beacons and probe responses to clients. If a client recognizes an AP’s OI, it will attempt to associate to that AP using the security credentials corresponding to that service provider.

If the client does not recognize the AP’s OI, that client can send a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. query to the AP to request more information more about the network before associating.

ANQP Information Elements

ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. IEs are additional data that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP’s network and service provider. If a client requests this information via a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. query, the hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. AP then sends the ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. Capability list in the GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. Initial Response frame indicating support for the following IEs:

Venue Name: defined using the wlan hotspot anqp-venue-name-profile command.

Domain Name: defined using the wlan hotspot anqp-domain-name-profile command.

Network Authentication Type: defined using the wlan hotspot anqp-nwk-auth-profile command.

Roaming Consortium List: defined using the wlan hotspot anqp-roam-cons-profile command.

NAI Realm: defined using the wlan hotspot anqp-nai-realm-profile command.

Cellular Network Data: defined using the wlan hotspot anqp-3gpp-nwk-profile command.

Connection Capability: defined using the wlan hotspot h2qp-conn-capability-profile command.

Operator Class: defined using the wlan hotspot h2qp-op-cl-profile command.

Operator Friendly Name: defined using the wlan hotspot h2qp-operator-friendly-name-profile command.

WAN Metrics: defined using the wlan hotspot h2qp-wan-metrics-profile.

Roaming Consortium OIs

Organization Identifiers (OIs) are assigned to service providers when they register with the IEEEInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. registration authority. You can specify the OI for the hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet.’s service provider in the ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. Roaming Consortium profile using the wlan hotspot anqp-roam-cons-profile command. This HotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile also allows you to define and send up to three additional roaming consortium OIs for the service provider’s top three roaming partners. To send this additional data to clients, you must specify the number of roaming consortium elements a client can query using the addtl-roam-cons-ois <1-3> parameter, then define those elements using the following parameters:

roam-cons-oi-1 and roam-cons-len 1

roam-cons-oi-2 and roam-cons-len 2

roam-cons-oi-3 and roam-cons-len 3

The configurable values for each additional OI include the Organization Identifier itself, the OI length, and the venue group and venue type associated with those OIs.

Venue Types

The following list describes the different venue types that may be configured in a hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile:

assembly-amphitheatre

assembly-amusement-park

assembly-arena

assembly-bar

assembly-coffee-shop

assembly-convention-center

assembly-emer-coord-center

assembly-library

assembly-musuem

assembly-passenger-terminal

assembly-restaurant

assembly-stadium

assembly-theater

assembly-worship-place

assembly-zoo

business-attorney

business-bank

business-doctor

business-fire-station

business-police-station

business-post-office

business-professional-office

business-research-and-development

educational-primary-school

educational-secondary-school

educational-university

industrial-factory

institutional-alcohol-or-drug-rehab

institutional-group-home

institutional-hospital

institutional-prison

institutional-terminal-care

mercantile-automotive-service-station

mercantile-gas-station

mercantile-grocery

mercantile-retail

mercantile-shopping-mall

outdoor-bus-stop

outdoor-city-park

outdoor-kiosk

outdoor-muni-mesh-nwk

outdoor-rest-area

outdoor-traffic-control

residential-boarding-house

residential-dormitory

residential-hotel

residential-private-residence

unspecified

vehicular-airplane

vehicular-automobile

vehicular-bus

vehicular-ferry

vehicular-motor-bike

vehicular-ship

vehicular-train

Example

The following command configures a hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. profile with one additional roaming consortium OI for the service provider's top roaming partner:

(host) [md] (config) #wlan hotspot hs2-profile profile2

(host) [md] (Hotspot 2.0 Profile "profile2") #venue-group mercantile(host) [md] (Hotspot 2.0 Profile "profile2") #venue-type mercantile-shopping-mall

(host) [md] (Hotspot 2.0 Profile "profile2") #addtl-roam-cons-ois

(host) [md] (Hotspot 2.0 Profile "profile2") #roam-cons-len 3

(host) [md] (Hotspot 2.0 Profile "profile2") #roam-cons-oi1 415B8C

{host) [md] (Hotspot 2.0 Profile "profile2") #hotspot-enable

Related Commands

Use the following commands to configure the HotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. feature:

Command Description

wlan hotspot anqp-3gpp-nwk-profile

This profile defines information for a 3GPPThird Generation Partnership Project. 3GPP is a collaborative project aimed at developing globally acceptable specifications for third generation mobile systems. Cellular Network for hotspotsHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. that have roaming relationships with cellular operators

wlan hotspot anqp-domain-name-profile

This command defines the domain name to be sent in an ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. information element in a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. query response.

wlan hotspot anqp-ip-addr-avail-profile

This command defines available IP address types to be sent in an ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. information element in a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. query response.

wlan hotspot anqp-nai-realm-profile

This command defines a Network Access Identifier realm whose information can be sent as an ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. information element in a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. query response

wlan hotspot anqp-nwk-auth-profile

This command configures an ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. Network Authentication profile to define authentication type being used by the hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. network.

wlan hotspot anqp-roam-cons-profile

This command configures the Roaming Consortium OI information to be sent in an ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. information element in a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. query response

wlan hotspot anqp-venue-name-profile

This command defines venue information be sent in an ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. information element in a GASGeneric Advertisement Service. GAS is a request-response protocol, which provides Layer 2 transport mechanism between a wireless client and a server in the network prior to authentication. It helps in determining a wireless network infrastructure before associating clients, and allows clients to send queries to multiple 802.11 networks in parallel. query response.

wlan hotspot h2qp-conn-capability-profile

Defines a H2QPHotspot 2.0 Query Protocol. profile that advertises hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. protocol and port capabilities.

wlan hotspot h2qp-op-cl-profile

Defines a H2QPHotspot 2.0 Query Protocol. profile that defines the Operating Class to be sent in the ANQPAccess Network Query Protocol. ANQP is a query and a response protocol for Wi-Fi hotspot services. ANQP includes information Elements (IEs) that can be sent from the AP to the client to identify the AP network and service provider. The IEs typically include information about the domain name of the AP operator, the IP addresses available at the AP, and information about potential roaming partners accessible through the AP. If the client responds with a request for a specific IE, the AP will send a Generic Advertisement Service (GAS) response frame with the configured ANQP IE information. IE.

wlan hotspot h2qp-operator-friendly-name-profile

Defines a H2QPHotspot 2.0 Query Protocol. operator-friendly name profile.

wlan hotspot h2qp-wan-metrics-profile

Creates a H2QPHotspot 2.0 Query Protocol. profile that specifies the hotspotHotspot refers to a WLAN node that provides Internet connection and virtual private network (VPN) access from a given location. A business traveler, for example, with a laptop equipped for Wi-Fi can look up a local hotspot, contact it, and get connected through its network to reach the Internet. WANWide Area Network. WAN is a telecommunications network or computer network that extends over a large geographical distance. status and link metrics.

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

License

Command Mode

All platforms

Base operating system.

Config mode on Mobility Master.

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