Controller Based WLANs

How to check the AP port stats from Master while the AP is in Local Controller?
Q:

How to check the AP port stats from Master while the AP is in Local Controller?



A:
In a Master-Local setup typically we will terminate the Access Points on the Local Controller in which we can look at the AP port statistics, however while troubleshooting on the Master Controller if there is a need to check the port statistics for the AP's which are terminated to one of the Local Controllers, We can execute the below highlighted command on the Master Controller.
 
(ArubaMaster) #
(ArubaMaster) #show switches

All Switches
------------
IP Address     Name         Location      Type    Model      Version        Status  Configuration State  Config Sync Time (sec)  Config ID
----------     ----         --------      ----    -----      -------        ------  -------------------  ----------------------  ---------
10.17.171.105  ArubaMaster  MainBuilding  master  Aruba7210  6.4.4.8_55228  up      UPDATE SUCCESSFUL    0                       4
10.17.171.106  ArubaLocal1  MainBuilding  local   Aruba3200  6.4.4.8_55228  up      UPDATE SUCCESSFUL    8                       4
10.17.171.107  ArubaLocal2  BranchOffice  local   Aruba3400  6.4.4.8_55228  up      UPDATE IN PROGRESS   0                       0

Total Switches:3

(ArubaMaster) #
(ArubaMaster) #show ap active

Active AP Table
---------------
Name  Group  IP Address  11g Clients  11g Ch/EIRP/MaxEIRP  11a Clients  11a Ch/EIRP/MaxEIRP  AP Type  Flags  Uptime  Outer IP
----  -----  ----------  -----------  -------------------  -----------  -------------------  -------  -----  ------  --------

Flags: 1 = 802.1x authenticated AP; 2 = Using IKE version 2;
       A = Enet1 in active/standby mode;  B = Battery Boost On; C = Cellular;
       D = Disconn. Extra Calls On; E = Wired AP enabled; F = AP failed 802.1x authentication;
       H = Hotspot Enabled; K = 802.11K Enabled; L = Client Balancing Enabled; M = Mesh;
       N = 802.11b protection disabled; P = PPPOE; R = Remote AP;
       S = AP connected as standby; X = Maintenance Mode;
       a = Reduce ARP packets in the air; d = Drop Mcast/Bcast On; u = Custom-Cert RAP;
       i = Provisioned as Indoor; o = Provisioned as Outdoor;
       r = 802.11r Enabled
       Q = DFS CAC timer running

Channel followed by "*" indicates channel selected due to unsupported configured channel.
"Spectrum" followed by "^" indicates Local Spectrum Override in effect.

Num APs:0

(ArubaMaster) #
(ArubaMaster) #show ap debug port status ap-name AP1

AP "AP1" Port Status
--------------------
Port  MAC                Type  Forward Mode  Admin    Oper  Speed   Duplex  802.3az   PoE  STP  TX-Packets  TX-Bytes    RX-Packets  RX-Bytes
----  ---                ----  ------------  -----    ----  -----   ------  -------   ---  ---  ----------  --------    ----------  --------
0     18:64:72:c9:97:54  GE    N/A           enabled  up    1 Gb/s  full    disabled  N/A  N/A  6043687     3365160852  11683535    1481138711
1     18:64:72:c9:97:54  GE    N/A           enabled  down  N/A     N/A     N/A       N/A  N/A  0           0           0           0

(ArubaMaster) #
(ArubaMaster) #show ap debug port status ap-name AP3

AP "AP3" Port Status
--------------------
Port  MAC                Type  Forward Mode  Admin    Oper  Speed   Duplex  802.3az   PoE  STP  TX-Packets  TX-Bytes   RX-Packets  RX-Bytes
----  ---                ----  ------------  -----    ----  -----   ------  -------   ---  ---  ----------  --------   ----------  --------
0     18:64:72:c2:07:fe  GE    N/A           enabled  up    1 Gb/s  full    disabled  N/A  N/A  5794901     976581843  11511987    1195931049

(ArubaMaster) #

 

 

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