show network

show network <name>

Description

This command shows network configuration details for an Instant AP.

Syntax

Parameter

Description

<name>

Displays the name of a network profile.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command without the optional <name> parameter to view a complete configuration details of a network profile on the Instant AP. Include the <name> parameter to display settings for a single network SSIDService Set Identifier. SSID is a name given to a WLAN and is used by the client to access a WLAN network. only.

Example

The following example shows the partial output of show network <name> command:

Name :test

ESSID :test

Status :Enabled

Mode :wpa2-aes

Band :all

Type :employee

Termination :Disabled

Passphrase :

WEP Key :

WEP Key Index :1

VLAN :

Server Load Balancing :Disabled

MAC Authentication :Disabled

L2 Auth Failthrough :Disabled

Captive Portal :disable

Exclude Uplink :none

Hide SSID :Disabled

Content Filtering :Disabled

Auth Survivability :Disabled

Auth Survivability time-out :24

RADIUS Accounting :Disabled

Interim Accounting Interval :0

Radius Reauth Interval :0

Download Roles from CPPM :Enabled

DTIM Interval :1

Inactivity Timeout :1000

Legacy Mode Bands :all

G Minimum Transmit Rate :1

G Maximum Transmit Rate :54

A Minimum Transmit Rate :6

A Maximum Transmit Rate :54

Multicast Rate Optimization :Disabled

LEAP Use Session Key :Disabled

mPSK :Enabled

Broadcast-filter :none

Max Authentication Failures :0

Blacklisting :Disabled

WISPr :Disabled

Accounting mode :Authentication

Work without usable uplink :Disabled

Percentage of Airtime: :Unlimited

Overall Limit: :Unlimited

Per-user Limit: :Unlimited

Command History

Release

Modification

Aruba Instant 8.4.0.0

The output of this command now includes the following:

status of the Download roles for CPPM configuration is now shown as part of the output.

Status of the mPSK passphrase.

Aruba Instant 6.2.1.0-3.3.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Instant AP Platform

Command Mode

All platforms

Privileged EXEC mode

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