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how to see Access point Neighbor

hi All,

how to see an Access point neighbor from WLC.

Code 7.4.110            

i logged in to the CAP3501 - console but i dont know any command. I want to know which accesspoint is near by and the channel operation.

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Re: how to see Access point Neighbor

Hi Mathew,

You can get that information from WLC CLI with respect to any AP you interested. Command syntax would be "

"show ap auto-rf {802.11a|802.11b} "

Below shown an example from my environment

(BUN-L000-WC01) >show ap auto-rf 802.11a BUN-L000-L3R0364R00-AP01

Number Of Slots.................................. 2

AP Name.......................................... BUN-L000-L3R0364R00-AP01

MAC Address...................................... c4:64:13:b4:4c:36

  Slot ID........................................ 1

  Radio Type..................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211a

  Sub-band Type.................................. All

  Noise Information

    Noise Profile................................ PASSED

    Channel 36...................................  -93 dBm

    Channel 40...................................  -90 dBm

    Channel 44...................................  -93 dBm

    Channel 48...................................  -94 dBm

    Channel 52...................................  -92 dBm

    Channel 56...................................  -94 dBm

    Channel 60...................................  -95 dBm

    Channel 64...................................  -94 dBm

    Channel 149..................................  -90 dBm

    Channel 153..................................  -89 dBm

    Channel 157..................................  -91 dBm

    Channel 161..................................  -92 dBm

    Channel 165..................................  -92 dBm

  Interference Information

    Interference Profile......................... PASSED

    Channel 36................................... -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 40................................... -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 44................................... -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 48................................... -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 52................................... -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 56................................... -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 60................................... -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 64................................... -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 149.................................. -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 153.................................. -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 157.................................. -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 161.................................. -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Channel 165.................................. -128 dBm @  0 % busy

    Rogue Histogram (20/40_ABOVE/40_BELOW)

    .............................................

    Channel 36...................................  0/ 1/ 0

    Channel 40...................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 44...................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 48...................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 52...................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 56...................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 60...................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 64...................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 149..................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 153..................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 157..................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 161..................................  0/ 0/ 0

    Channel 165..................................  0/ 0/ 0

  Load Information

    Load Profile................................. PASSED

    Receive Utilization.......................... 0 %

    Transmit Utilization......................... 0 %

    Channel Utilization.......................... 0 %

    Attached Clients............................. 0 clients

  Coverage Information

    Coverage Profile............................. PASSED

    Failed Clients............................... 0 clients

  Client Signal Strengths

    RSSI -100 dbm................................ 0 clients

    RSSI  -92 dbm................................ 0 clients

    RSSI  -84 dbm................................ 0 clients

    RSSI  -76 dbm................................ 0 clients

    RSSI  -68 dbm................................ 0 clients

    RSSI  -60 dbm................................ 0 clients

    RSSI  -52 dbm................................ 0 clients

  Client Signal To Noise Ratios

    SNR    0 dB.................................. 0 clients

    SNR    5 dB.................................. 0 clients

    SNR   10 dB.................................. 0 clients

    SNR   15 dB.................................. 0 clients

    SNR   20 dB.................................. 0 clients

    SNR   25 dB.................................. 0 clients

    SNR   30 dB.................................. 0 clients

    SNR   35 dB.................................. 0 clients

    SNR   40 dB.................................. 0 clients

    SNR   45 dB.................................. 0 clients

  Nearby APs

    AP 68:86:a7:d7:e8:00 slot 1..................  -65 dBm on  40 (10.10.6.244)

    AP 68:86:a7:d7:ea:70 slot 1..................  -69 dBm on 157 (10.10.6.244)

    AP b4:e9:b0:b4:8b:d0 slot 1..................  -53 dBm on  64 (10.10.6.244)

    AP b4:e9:b0:ee:ba:90 slot 1..................  -66 dBm on  48 (10.10.6.244)

    AP b4:e9:b0:ee:bb:40 slot 1..................  -44 dBm on 157 (10.10.6.244)

    AP b4:e9:b0:ee:d2:40 slot 1..................  -58 dBm on  48 (10.10.6.244)

    AP f0:29:29:2a:70:b0 slot 1..................  -78 dBm on 149 (10.10.6.244)

  Radar Information

  Channel Assignment Information

    Current Channel Average Energy...............  -79 dBm

    Previous Channel Average Energy..............  127 dBm

    Channel Change Count......................... 3

    Last Channel Change Time..................... Fri Feb 21 16:00:53 2014

    Recommended Best Channel..................... 52

  RF Parameter Recommendations

    Power Level.................................. 5

    RTS/CTS Threshold............................ 2347

    Fragmentation Threshold...................... 2346

    Antenna Pattern.............................. 0

  Persistent Int  Class Type                 Channel  DC (%%)  RSSI (dBm)  Last Update Time

  -------------------------  -------  ------  ----------  ------------------------

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HTH

Rasika

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Re: how to see Access point Neighbor

Just to add... If you use the WLC config analyzer, that will show you all your AP's and their neighbor at the time the show run-config was taken. WCS/NCS/Prime also can show this information.

Here is a link to the config analyzer

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-1373

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