How to get a list of scanned SSID with MAR 3200?

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Feb 11th, 2010

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bombardiert Mon, 02/15/2010 - 08:58

When I walk the snmp table: cd11IfAuxSsidTable, I only find the SSID that are configured in the non-root bridge WMIC, however I want to be able to find all the SSID that the unit can see and decide which ssid to join.

I also thought of using cd11IfRogueApDetectedTable but that table is always empty.

What I am trying to do it basically provide a list of SSID to the laptop user (similar to the one avaiable through wirless connections in Windows) and let one Laptop user decide which SSID to join, however with the MAR I don't see how to do this basic operation (the laptop is wired to the MAR).

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