3Com WX2200 3CRWX220095A Switch User Manual

Configuring and Managing Ports 73
Setting a Port for a Directly Connected MAP
Before configuring a port as a MAP access port, you must use the set
system countrycode command to set the IEEE 802.11 country-specific
regulations on the WX switch. (See “Specifying the Country of
Operation” on page 213.)
Some MSS features that work with directly connected MAPs require a
port number to be specified. For this purpose, you can optionally specify
the port number attached to a directly connected MAP.
To set a port for a MAP, use the following command:
set port type ap port-list
model {2330 | 2330A | AP2750 | AP3150 | AP3750 | mp-52 |
mp-241 | mp-252 | mp-262 | mp-341 | mp-352 | mp-372 |
mp-372-CN | mp-372-JP | mp422 | mp620} poe {enable | disable}
[radiotype {11a | 11b | 11g}]
You must specify a port list of one or more port numbers, the MAP model
number, and the PoE state. (For details about port lists, see “Port Lists”
on page 32.)
MAP models AP2750, MP-241, and MP-341 have a single radio that can
be configured for 802.11b/g. Other MAP models have two radios. On
two-radio models, one radio is always 802.11a. The other radio is
802.11b/g, but can be configured for 802.11b or 802.11g exclusively. If
the country of operation specified by the set system countrycode
command does not allow 802.11g, the default is 802.11b.
Models MP-52, MP-241, MP-252, MP-262, MP-341, and MP-352 have
been discontinued but are still supported by the command.
Table 6 Maximum MAPs Supported Per Switch
WX Switch Model
Maximum Booted
WX4400 300 24, 48, 72, 96, or 120,
depending on the license.
WX2200 320 24, 48, 72, 96, or 120,
depending on the license.
WX1200 30 12
WXR100 8 3