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FortiWiFi and FortiAP Configuration Guide

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Debug commands

For a list of debug options available for the wireless controller, use the following command on the controller:

diagnose wireless-controller wlac help

Sample outputs

Syntax

diagnose wireless-controller wlac -c vap

(This command lists the information about the virtual access point, including its MAC address, the BSSID, its SSID, the interface name, and the IP address of the APs that are broadcasting it.)

 

Result:

bssid              ssid      intf        vfid:ip-port rId wId

00:09:0f:d6:cb:12 Office Office    ws (0-192.168.3.33:5246) 0 0

00:09:0f:e6:6b:12 Office Office    ws (0-192.168.1.61:5246) 0 0

06:0e:8e:27:dc:48 Office Office   ws (0-192.168.3.36:5246) 0 0

0a:09:0f:d6:cb:12 public publicAP ws (0-192.168.3.33:5246) 0 1

Syntax

diagnose wireless-controller wlac -c darrp

(This command lists the information pertaining to the radio resource provisioning statistics, including the AP serial number, the number of channels set to choose from, and the operation channel. Note that the 5 GHz band is not available on these APs listed.)

Result:

wtp_id           rId  base_mac          index       nr_chan vfid 5G oper_chan age

FAP22A3U10600400 0    00:09:0f:d6:cb:12 0                3       0               No 1                                          87588

FW80CM3910601176 0    06:0e:8e:27:dc:48 1     3       0    No 6         822

Extension information support

You can enable or disable extension information at wtp-profile, and use the diagnose option below to print out the detail of extension information.

Syntax

config wireless-controller wtp-profile

edit test

set lldp [enable | disable]

set ext-info-enable

[enable | disable] --> Enable or disable station, VAP, and radio extension information.

end

end

 

diagnose wireless-controller wlac -d [wtp | vap | sta]

 

where:

  • wlac -d wtp [SN|name] [reset] --> List or reset wtp info (data).
  • wlac -d vap [bssid] [reset] --> List or reset vap info (data). .
  • wlac -d sta [mac] [reset] --> list or reset sta info (data).

Debug commands

For a list of debug options available for the wireless controller, use the following command on the controller:

diagnose wireless-controller wlac help

Sample outputs

Syntax

diagnose wireless-controller wlac -c vap

(This command lists the information about the virtual access point, including its MAC address, the BSSID, its SSID, the interface name, and the IP address of the APs that are broadcasting it.)

 

Result:

bssid              ssid      intf        vfid:ip-port rId wId

00:09:0f:d6:cb:12 Office Office    ws (0-192.168.3.33:5246) 0 0

00:09:0f:e6:6b:12 Office Office    ws (0-192.168.1.61:5246) 0 0

06:0e:8e:27:dc:48 Office Office   ws (0-192.168.3.36:5246) 0 0

0a:09:0f:d6:cb:12 public publicAP ws (0-192.168.3.33:5246) 0 1

Syntax

diagnose wireless-controller wlac -c darrp

(This command lists the information pertaining to the radio resource provisioning statistics, including the AP serial number, the number of channels set to choose from, and the operation channel. Note that the 5 GHz band is not available on these APs listed.)

Result:

wtp_id           rId  base_mac          index       nr_chan vfid 5G oper_chan age

FAP22A3U10600400 0    00:09:0f:d6:cb:12 0                3       0               No 1                                          87588

FW80CM3910601176 0    06:0e:8e:27:dc:48 1     3       0    No 6         822

Extension information support

You can enable or disable extension information at wtp-profile, and use the diagnose option below to print out the detail of extension information.

Syntax

config wireless-controller wtp-profile

edit test

set lldp [enable | disable]

set ext-info-enable

[enable | disable] --> Enable or disable station, VAP, and radio extension information.

end

end

 

diagnose wireless-controller wlac -d [wtp | vap | sta]

 

where:

  • wlac -d wtp [SN|name] [reset] --> List or reset wtp info (data).
  • wlac -d vap [bssid] [reset] --> List or reset vap info (data). .
  • wlac -d sta [mac] [reset] --> list or reset sta info (data).