WCS in monitor maps, any way to see SSID that AP is broadcasting
In Cisco WCS (184.108.40.206), does anyone know if there is any way to show what SSIDs an LWAPP is broadcasting? I can see the SSIDs assigned to the group that the AP is a part of through the controller or templates, but is there an easy way to see what SSID an LWAPP is broadcasting maybe using the MONITOR > MAP or anything?
Re: WCS in monitor maps, any way to see SSID that AP is broadcas
Thank you for your reply on this matter.
What I'm hoping to find is a way after you assign an AP group name to an access point, so it knows what SSIDs to broadcast, is there a way while looking at the map of APs in WCS for a floor to show that the AP is actually broadcasting the SSIDs specified in the group without physically being at the location or do you just trust the Controller and the group that you assign that the AP is indeed broadcasting the SSIDs?
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