3Com WX2200 3CRWX220095A Switch User Manual

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Encrypted SSIDs can use the following encryption methods:
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)
Non-WPA dynamic Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
Non-WPA static WEP
Dynamic WEP is enabled by default.
(For more information, including configuration instructions, see
Chapter 13, “Configuring User Encryption,” on page 281.)
Radio Profiles You can easily assign radio configuration parameters to many radios by
configuring a radio profile and assigning the profile to the radios. To use
a radio, you must assign a profile to the radio. You can enable the radio
when you assign the profile.
Table 12 summarizes the parameters controlled by radio profiles.
Generally, the only radio parameters controlled by the profile that you
need to modify are the SSIDs and, if applicable, Wi-Fi Protected Access
(WPA) settings. The other parameter settings are standard.
For information about the auto-tune parameters, see Table 25 on
page 314.
Table 12 Defaults for Radio Profile Parameters
Parameter Default Value
Radio Behavior When Parameter Set to
Default Value
active-scan enable Sends probe any requests (probe requests
with a null SSID name) to solicit probe
responses from other access points.
(See “Rogue Detection and
Countermeasures” on page 567.)
beacon-interval 100 Waits 100 ms between beacons.
countermeasures Not configured Does not issue countermeasures against any
(See “Rogue Detection and
Countermeasures” on page 567.)
dtim-interval 1 Sends the delivery traffic indication map
(DTIM) after every beacon.