Trace output is started in a CLI session. Set up an SSH session to the device. Call the trace with the following syntax:
- trace [--log] [+|-|#|?] <Parameter>
The command trace, the key and the parameters are each separated by a space. The keys control the trace while the parameter determines the actual output.
|--log||Output of "historical" Information from the log|
|+||switches trace output on|
|-||switches trace output off|
|#||Toggles ""between the different trace outputs|
|no key||displays the current status of trace|
WLAN-related outputs, such as client log ins and log offs, key negotiation, ...
Note: If the trace is not enabled, the log file will contain only a small amount of information and the "historical" output will not be particularly informative.
|IAPP||Output on IAPP (inter access point protocol)||Yes|
|Kernel||Output on the basic system and kernel.||Yes|
|SSH||Output on the SSH service.||Yes|
|*||Wildcard, which stands for all services.||Depends on the service|