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SNMP traps with WLC 4402

Currently using WLC 4402 with about a dozen WAPs. I would like to start logging some messages to troubleshoot some association issues. The syslog does not seem adequate for this the issues I am having. I noticed the default SNMP traps but is only holds 255 traps. I have tried to setup an SNMP server to get the traps but I get no data, only OID values. I was successful in getting the MIBs for the OIDs but still not all the data that I see on the brief traps screen.

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Re: SNMP traps with WLC 4402

It seems like the Context in SNMPV2 table was not getting intialized properly.

Re: SNMP traps with WLC 4402

Run your LWAPP debugs. Everything you need to know about AP and client association is contained in those logs. SNMP really only helps with WLC to WCS communications.

Re: SNMP traps with WLC 4402

Hi,

I have tried it with solarwinds and works fine for me. Talking about the traps. But they are too many.

The OID is : 1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.2.4.1.22

snmp info for polling:

MIB Value Type: Raw Value

Format: None

SNMP Get Type: Get Table

Polling Type: node

On WLC go to Managemnet (top TAB)

Right hand select > SNMP > Traps Control.

In this menu select what traps to need to be logged.

These traps will be shows on the oid polled.

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