I have recently started seeing an issue on my network and I need a better way to handle it.
I have about 15 Aironet 1200 AP's and I do not have a central controller, they are all individual and running the newest IOS. Is there a way I can see very easily all the IP addresses associated with each AP without opening a web link to each one and looking at the associations?
Every now and then I have to find a laptop that a member of the public brings in knowing only it's IP address.
This may be beyond the scope of this forum, but how do I do that? I have a snmp manager and it can talk to the AP's, I've just never used snmp much before. I just looked at all the cisco mibs and I don't know if I need one, which one to use, or how to filter the results.
Like I said, hate to sound like a knob, I just don't know.