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Cisco Mobility Express Deployment Guide First Published: 2016-01-06 Americas Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 USA http://www.cisco.com Tel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387) Fax: 408 527-0883

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  • Cisco Mobility Express Deployment GuideFirst Published: 2016-01-06

    Americas HeadquartersCisco Systems, Inc.170 West Tasman DriveSan Jose, CA 95134-1706USAhttp://www.cisco.comTel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387)Fax: 408 527-0883

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  • C O N T E N T S

    P r e f a c e Preface vii

    Audience vii

    Document Organization vii

    Command Syntax Conventions viii

    Related Documentation x

    Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request x

    C H A P T E R 1 Product Overview 1

    Supported Cisco Aironet Access Points 2

    Supported Features 3

    Cisco Mobility Express CLI Commands 3

    Licenses 3

    Software Release Numbers 3

    Interoperability 4

    C H A P T E R 2 Getting Started 5

    Ports 5

    Access Point Status LEDs 6

    Interfaces 7

    WLANs 7

    Switch Configuration 7

    C H A P T E R 3 Deploying Mobility Express 9

    Pre-requisites for Deploying Mobility Express 9

    Connecting Mobility Express Capable Access Point 10

    Configuring Mobility Express controller using Over-the-Air Setup Wizard 10

    Configuring Mobility Express controller using Startup Wizard from CLI 17

    Cisco Mobility Express Deployment Guide iii

  • Console Connection 17

    Startup Wizard from CLI 17

    Logging into Mobility Express 18

    C H A P T E R 4 Monitoring Mobility Express Network 21

    Viewing Network Summary 21

    Monitoring Dashboard 21

    View Access Points Summary using GUI 23

    View Access Points Summary using CLI 24

    View Access Point Details using GUI 25

    View Access Point Details using CLI 26

    View Client Summary using GUI 27

    View Client Summary using CLI 27

    Viewing Wireless Dashboard 27

    Viewing AP Performance 27

    Viewing Client Performance 28

    Best Practices 29

    C H A P T E R 5 Managing Wireless Settings 31

    WLANs 31

    Creating WLANs using GUI 31

    Access Points 38

    Managing Access Point using GUI 38

    WLAN Users 42

    Creating a WLAN User using GUI 42

    Guest WLANs 43

    Creating WLAN using GUI 43

    C H A P T E R 6 Managing Mobility Express Network 45

    Management Access 45

    Configuring Management Access using GUI 45

    Configuring Management Access using CLI 47

    Managing Administrator Accounts 47

    Creating an Admin Account using GUI 47

    Creating an Admin Account using CLI 48

    Cisco Mobility Express Deployment Guideiv

    Contents

  • Editing an Admin Account using GUI 49

    Editing an Admin Account using CLI 50

    Deleting Admin Account using GUI 50

    Deleting Admin Account using CLI 51

    Managing Time on Mobility Express Controller 51

    Configuring NTP Server on Mobility Express Controller using GUI 51

    Configuring NTP Server on Mobility Express Controller using CLI 52

    Configuring Date and Time Manually on Mobility Express Controller using GUI (Method

    I) 53

    Configuring Date and Time Manually on Mobility Express Controller using GUI (Method

    II) 54

    Configuring Date and Time Manually on Mobility Express Controller using CLI 55

    Updating Cisco Mobility Express Software 55

    Updating Cisco Mobility Express network using GUI 58

    Updating Cisco Mobility Express Network using CLI 61

    C H A P T E R 7 Using Advanced Settings 65

    SNMP 65

    Managing SNMP using GUI 65

    Managing SNMP using CLI 66

    Logging 67

    System Logging using GUI 67

    System Logging using GUI using CLI 68

    Reset to Factory Default 69

    Mobility Express Network to Factory Default using GUI 69

    C H A P T E R 8 Adding an Access Point to Mobility Express Network 71

    Adding an Access Point to Mobility Express Network 71

    C H A P T E R 9 Master AP Failover and Electing a New Master 75

    Master AP Failover 75

    Master Election 76

    C H A P T E R 1 0 Conversion 77

    Converting a CAWAP AP into a Mobility Express AP 78

    Cisco Mobility Express Deployment Guide v

    Contents

  • Converting a Mobility Express AP into a CAPWAP AP 80

    C H A P T E R 1 1 Managing Mobility Express Deployments from Cisco Prime Infrastructure 83

    Adding Mobility Express to Prime 84

    C H A P T E R 1 2 Mobility Express CLI Reference 93

    Application Visibility Commands 93

    ClearAir Commands 94

    Controller Image Upgrade Commands 94

    DNS Commands 94

    Flexconnect Commands 94

    Migration Commands 95

    NTP Commands 95

    Ports and Interface Commands 95

    RRM Commands 95

    Show Commands 95

    Config Commands 96

    Security Commands 99

    Show Commands 99

    Config Commands 100

    System Management Commands 101

    UX Regulatory Domain Commands 102

    VRRP Command 102

    WGB Commands 102

    WLAN Commands 103

    Config Commands 103

    Show Commands 105

    Cisco Mobility Express Deployment Guidevi

    Contents

  • Preface

    Audience, page vii

    Document Organization, page vii

    Command Syntax Conventions, page viii

    Related Documentation, page x

    Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request , page x

    AudienceThis publication is for experienced network administrators who configure andmaintain CiscoMobility Expresswireless network.

    Document OrganizationThis document is organized into the following chapters:

    Table 1: Document Organization

    DescriptionChapter

    Provides details of supported Cisco Aironet accesspoints, list of features, licenses, software releasenumbers, and supported software images.

    Product Overview

    Describes about Mobility Express ports, interfaces,WLANs, LED states and access switch configuration.

    Getting Started

    Cisco Mobility Express Deployment Guide vii

  • DescriptionChapter

    It describes the pre-requisites for deployingMobilityExpress Solution, connecting CiscoMobility ExpressCapable AP, determining the image on the AccessPoint, converting a CAWAP AP into a MobilityExpress AP,converting a Mobility Express AP intoa CAPWAP AP, configuring Mobility ExpressController using Over-the-Air Setup Wizard andConfiguring Mobility Express Controller usingStartup Wizard from CLI.

    Deploying Cisco Mobility Express Solution

    It briefs about creating DHCP scopes for Wirelessnetworks

    Creating DHCP Scopes for Wireless Networks

    It describes about theWLANs, creating networks andguest access.

    Creating Wireless Networks

    It provides details of managing WLAN users.Managing WLAN Users

    It briefs about managing Access Points and addingan Access Point to Mobility Express Network.

    Managing Access Points

    Briefs about adding an access point to the MobilityExpress network.

    Managing the Mobility Express Network

    It describes about SNMP, logging, RF Optimization,controller tools and the ways to collect export of logs,core and crash files.

    Using Advanced Settings

    It describes the Master AP Failover and MasterElection.

    Master AP Failover and Electing a New Master

    It describes Cisco CMX cloud, Cisco CMX cloudsolution compatibility matrix,minimum requirementsfor CMXCloud deploymen, CMX cloud trial sign