Product and Software: This article applies to all Aruba controllers and ArubaOS versions.
"Known interfering" is a subset of learned "interfering APs" and is a manual classification of discovered interfering APs. This manual classification would not trigger an "event" on the controller for traps to be generated. Rather, it is just an administrative classification and is written into the controller's database (wms) either with an expiry or can be marked persistent.
The OIDs are traps send out for interfering APs, there is nothing specific for "known interfering" APs. These OIDs are of the traps on detection of interfering APs:
- .18.104.22.168.4.1.14822.214.171.124.1.100.1015 (wlsrAPInterferenceDetected): This
trap indicates that an AM/AP located at wlsrLocation has detected an AP interference on wlsrCurrentChannel.
- .126.96.36.199.4.1.148188.8.131.52.1.100.1044 (wlsrInterferingApDetected): This trap indicates that an interfering AP is detected by an Air Monitor located at wlsrLocation on channel wlsrCurrentChannel.