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Associated stations via SNMP on 1100.

I've managed to retrieve the MAC address, Client Device Type and AID for each associated station on the Aironet 1100 using the cDot11ClientConfigInfoTable.

However, despite dumping the whole MIB from iso.org down, I can not find the StationName, IPv4 address or VLAN ID for each association.

This information does show up in the web-based interface so it must be modelled somewhere. Anyone know if it is available via SNMP? If so, where?

(Note the Aironet 1100 is IOS-based so the AWCVX MIBS are not supported.)

Thanks in advance

Dave

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Re: Associated stations via SNMP on 1100.

Try this OID:

3.6.1.2.1.17.4.3.1.3 dot1dTpFdbStatus OBJECT-TYPE.

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Re: Associated stations via SNMP on 1100.

Thanks for replying.

Unfortunately the dot1dTpFdbTable (which contains dot1dTpFdbStatus you mentioned) is completely empty even though there are clients currently associated.

It makes sense to me that the forwarding table for a transparent bridge would contain an entry for each associated client. Maybe this is a bug in the IOS version I'm running: 12.2(8)JA. This is listed as an 'early deployment release' but I've no idea when the next release is due.

The associated clients are all using VLANs so I tried dumping the Q-BRIDGE MIB too but without success.

Dave

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