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I'm building scripts to help automate large deployments. Is there a way to execute a CLI command on all registered APs, like with a wildcard?
for example, to set a custom power level on multiple APs, it's necessary to do this:
config 802.11b disable AP01
config 802.11b txpower ap AP01 3
config 802.11b enable AP01
config 802.11b disable AP02
config 802.11b txpower ap AP02 3
config 802.11b enable AP02
config 802.11b disable AP03
config 802.11b txpower ap AP03 3
config 802.11b enable AP03
Is it possible to do something like this?
some command to disable all b/g radios
config 802.11b txpower ap [wildcard] 3
some command to enable all b/g radios
config 802.11b disable network (for all of them)
(Cisco Controller) >config 802.11b txPower global ?
auto Enables auto-RF.
once Enables one-time auto-RF.
Enter transmit power level
this was on a WLC running 220.127.116.11, but I think the commands are in lower versions.