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SNMP OIDs required for Cisco 1200 and Cisco 1100 series AP


I have Cisco 1200 and 1100 APs at my facilty, I notice that in the WEB UI of the AP, in the "Detailed Status" tab for each radio interface, there are a group of statistics displayed like Receive stats, Transmit stats and also Transmit and Receive stats for each rate allowed on that radio. I need to query similar stats through SNMP. I did find OIDs which give total transmit and recieve stats for the radio interface, but i am not getting the relevant OIDs which give the statistics broken down for each rate supported by the radio. Can anyone tell me the MIB/OIDs which can give me info per each rate supported by that radio.

Currently I have the firmware c1200-k9w7-tar.12.3-7.JA2 on my Cisco 1200 AP. In case such a facility is supported by some other firmware revision could you please suggest that firmware revision.



PS: In case i have posted in the wrong forum, please let me know where else i can get this information and have also looked on the object navigator provided by Cisco on the web

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Re: SNMP OIDs required for Cisco 1200 and Cisco 1100 series AP

have a look at this object to see if it gives you what you want:


dot11OperationalRateSet OBJECT-TYPE

-- FROM IEEE802dot11-MIB


MAX-ACCESS read-write

STATUS Current

DESCRIPTION "This attribute shall specify the set of data

rates at which the station may transmit data.

Each octet contains a value representing a rate.

Each rate shall be within the range from 2 to 127,

corresponding to data rates in increments of

500 kbit/s from 1 Mbit/s to 63.5 Mbit/s, and shall

be supported (as indicated in the supported rates

table) for receiving data. This value is reported in

transmitted Beacon, Probe Request, Probe Response,

Association Request, Association Response,

Reassociation Request, and Reassociation Response

frames, and is used to determine whether a BSS

with which the station desires to synchronize is

suitable. It is also used when starting a BSS,

as specified in 10.3."