Creates a new meshpoint and enters its configuration mode. Use this command to select and configure existing meshpoints.


The WiNG 7.1.X release does not support Meshpoint configuration on AP5XX model access points. This feature will be supported in future releases.

Configured on WiNG 7.1.X controller and pushed to the following WiNG 5.9.X APs:

  • Access Points — AP7502, AP7522, AP7532, AP7562, AP7602, AP7612, AP7622, AP7632, AP7662, AP8163, AP8543, AP8533


meshpoint [<MESHPOINT-NAME>|containing <WORD>]


meshpoint [<MESHPOINT-NAME>|containing <WORD>]
<MESHPOINT-NAME> Specify the meshpoint name. If the meshpoint does not exist, it is created.
containing <WORD> Selects existing meshpoints containing the sub-string <WORD> in their names


nx9500-6C8809(config)#meshpoint testMeshpoint
Mesh Point Mode commands:
  allowed-vlans  Set the allowed VLANs
  beacon-format  The beacon format of this meshpoint
  control-vlan   VLAN for meshpoint control traffic
  data-rates     Specify the 802.11 rates to be supported on this meshpoint
  description    Configure a description of the usage of this meshpoint
  force          Force suboptimal paths
  meshid         Configure the Service Set Identifier for this meshpoint
  neighbor       Configure neighbor specific parameters
  no             Negate a command or set its defaults
  root           Set this meshpoint as root
  security-mode  The security mode of this meshpoint
  shutdown       Shutdown this meshpoint
  use            Set setting to use
  wpa2           Modify ccmp wpa2 related parameters

  clrscr         Clears the display screen
  commit         Commit all changes made in this session
  do             Run commands from Exec mode
  end            End current mode and change to EXEC mode
  exit           End current mode and down to previous mode
  help           Description of the interactive help system
  revert         Revert changes
  service        Service Commands
  show           Show running system information
  write          Write running configuration to memory or terminal


Related Commands

no Removes an existing meshpoint


For more information on Meshpoint configuration, see Meshpoint Policy.