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Occasional Contributor II
Posts: 12
Registered: ‎06-11-2007

800/2400 AP LED Status

Hi,

I'm sure in the past, I remember a command was available to see the status of the AP LEDs remotely on a controller.

Can anybody remind me what this is, or am I going mad? Does it still work on 3.3 and 3.4?

Thanks.

J.
Guru Elite
Posts: 20,820
Registered: ‎03-29-2007

LED Commands


Hi,

I'm sure in the past, I remember a command was available to see the status of the AP LEDs remotely on a controller.

Can anybody remind me what this is, or am I going mad? Does it still work on 3.3 and 3.4?

Thanks.

J.




Used to work. Removed lately in 3.3 and 3.4


Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Occasional Contributor II
Posts: 41
Registered: ‎09-07-2009

Re: 800/2400 AP LED Status

Would "show ap debug system-status ap-name" have the information that you are looking for?


# show ap debug system-status ap-name xyz

Interface counters
------------------
Interface Rx_pkts Rx_errors Rx drops Tx_pkts Tx_errors Tx_drops Resets
--------- ------- --------- -------- ------- --------- -------- ------
wifi0 0 0 0 0 180666 0 0
wifi1 0 0 0 0 1369490 0 0


stats for wifi0
----------------
longslot=0 nonerp=0 non_ht=5 ht20=0 unknown_bssid=0 mgmt_to_stm=0 eapol_to_stm=0 eapol_decap_fail=0 ni_allocs=333 ni_frees=324 auth_throtl=0 auth_q_ovfls=0 assoc_throtl=0 num_nodes=7 auth_wndw=1 tx_pkts_to_am=16208216 bcn_nul_events=0 bcn_nul_bits=0x0 kcache=0 prot_mode=1 use_prot=0 htprot=0 ht_prot_sm=3 short_pre=1 config_deferred=3 config_waiting=0 config_waits=0

stats for wifi1
----------------
longslot=0 nonerp=0 non_ht=0 ht20=0 unknown_bssid=0 mgmt_to_stm=0 eapol_to_stm=0 eapol_decap_fail=0 ni_allocs=8809 ni_frees=8796 auth_throtl=0 auth_q_ovfls=0 assoc_throtl=0 num_nodes=2 auth_wndw=1 tx_pkts_to_am=8275845 bcn_nul_events=0 bcn_nul_bits=0x0 kcache=0 prot_mode=1 use_prot=1 htprot=0 ht_prot_sm=1 short_pre=1 config_deferred=1824 config_waiting=0 config_waits=0

AP Uptime
---------
35 days 17 hours 43 mins 38 secs

Ethernet Duplex/Speed Settings
------------------------------
Autoneg Speed (Mbps) Duplex Iface
------- ------------ ------ -----
on 1000 Full eth0
on 10 Half eth1



-Eva
Guru Elite
Posts: 20,820
Registered: ‎03-29-2007

show ap-leds


Hi,

I'm sure in the past, I remember a command was available to see the status of the AP LEDs remotely on a controller.

Can anybody remind me what this is, or am I going mad? Does it still work on 3.3 and 3.4?

Thanks.

J.




The show ap-leds command would show the status of the LEDs on the front of the 800 and 2400 controllers. The leds would light up if an AP was directly plugged into the controller or there was a rogue AP on the link. Since the majority of users are not physically in the same room as the controller, these lights are not particularly useful. The "show poe" command http://airheads.arubanetworks.com/vBulletin/showthread.php?t=710 will show you if something using POE is plugged into a physical port is being powered by controller. The "show ap database long" command will show you what port and slot an AP's traffic is coming into the controller on:

(Aruba800-4) #show ap database long

AP Database
-----------
Name Group AP Type IP Address Status Flags Switch IP Wired MAC Address Serial # Slot/Port FQLN Outer IP
---- ----- ------- ---------- ------ ----- --------- ----------------- -------- --------- ---- --------
Mesh-Point default 70 1.1.1.253 Up 1d:13h:30m:9s M 192.168.15.3 00:0b:86:c5:4c:c8 A71074028 1/1 N/A N/A
MeshPortal default 125 1.1.1.254 Up 1d:13h:14m:11s M 192.168.15.3 00:1a:1e:c0:24:0a A82005113 1/1 N/A N/A
Survey-125 remote 125 172.16.93.3 Down R 192.168.15.3 00:1a:1e:c0:24:12 A83005117 N/A 0.0.0.192

Flags: U = Unprovisioned; N = Duplicate name; G = No such group; L = Unlicensed
R = Remote AP; I = Inactive; X = Maintenance Mode; P = PPPoE AP; B = Built-in AP
S = RFprotect Sensor; d = Disconnected Sensor; H = Using 802.11n license
M = Mesh node; Y = Mesh Recovery

Total APs:3



Colin Joseph
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