Which IOS command allows me to check AP's current working mode?

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Sep 19th, 2008
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Hi All,


I would like to know that my AP is working in root mode or workgroup bridge mode. I can check it via web browser. Just curious how to check it via IOS command. Thanks in advance.

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robert.huang Fri, 09/19/2008 - 10:43
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Thank you, Rob.


Maybe I should be more specific. How to verify current working mode?


For example, I can issue "show controllers Dot11Radio 0" to verify the current working channel. I suspect there is also a similar IOS command to verify the current working mode.

jeff.kish Mon, 09/22/2008 - 11:09
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Hi Robert,


Perform the "show run interface dot0" command to show the running-configuration for your dot11radio0 interface. Look for the command line that starts with "station-role". This will tell you what role your radio is in.


For example, if it is "station-role root bridge", the radio is configured as a root bridge. If it's just "station-role root", then it's configured as an infrastructure AP.


This is what Rob is saying, but a bit more specific. I don't know of there being a "show" command that states what the radio's role is.


Jeff

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