Controller Based WLANs

What are the troubleshooting commands that can be executed from AP's console?
Q:

What are the troubleshooting commands that can be executed from AP's console?



A:
Aruba Access Point console connection is mainly used for many troubleshooting purposes and below commands can be executed to get more information about the AP.
 
Interrupt the AP from it's boot sequence to enter into apboot mode where the commands can be executed.

apboot>boot           - AP will boot with the current OS image.
apboot>clear          - AP will clear the OS image or other information that the AP has.
apboot>dhcp           - Ap will initiate the DHCP process to obtain IP/boot parameters.
apboot>factory_reset  - AP will reset to factory default settings including OS.
apboot>ping           - AP will send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network host
apboot>printenv       - AP will print the environment variables that has been set.
apboot>purgeenv       - AP will restore default environment variables.
apboot>reset          - AP will Perform RESET of the CPU.
apboot>saveenv        - AP will save environment variables to persistent storage.
apboot>setenv         - Ap will set environment variables such as IP address, subnet, gateway, master, Etc.
apboot>tftpboot       - Ap will boot the image via network using TFTP protocol.

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