how to tell which lightweight access point is offline?
I may be missing something really obvious here, but is there a coherent way to tell which access point has dissociated from a Cisco controller? For example - i have a controller here with many hundreds of access points being installed. If i have say 500 access points associated and i unplug a random one, the "all APs" in the controller summary will simply drop to 499 total, not 500 total, 499 up and 1 down as i would have expected - it's therefore a bit of a nightmare to trace a missing access point when the number suddenly drops below what i am expecting based on the number i know are physically installed.
Hope that makes sense!!! Appreciate any guidance you guys may have!
Thanks for the response Leo - eventually these controllers will have PI for management, but during this installation phase there is no provision for this. Therefore, i need a method that doesn't involve the network management element!
Like I've said before, this is what we've done. Two of my colleagues have managed to duplicate WCS' function just by doing SNMP. They have combined this with some creating PERL scripting and have developed into something you'd-wish WCS could do.
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