Controller Based WLANs

What is the command to verify the different profiles mapped/provisioned to an Access Point?

by ‎03-07-2016 02:49 PM - edited ‎03-07-2016 02:49 PM
Q:
What is the command to verify the different profiles mapped/provisioned to an Access Point?


A:
The Aruba Access Points will be provisioned to an AP group which has all the information however in some scenarios we would need to configure some specific configurations to an specific Access Point, in order to verify the profiles being used by that Access Point we can use the below command.
(Aruba7210) #
(Aruba7210) #show ap profile-usage ap-name 18:64:72:cd:c8:ba

AP "18:64:72:cd:c8:ba" Profiles
-------------------------------
Profile Type                         Profile  Source
------------                         -------  ------
AP system profile                    default  ap-group "WebTest" ap-system-profile
Regulatory Domain profile            default  ap-group "WebTest" regulatory-domain-profile
RF Optimization Profile              default  ap-group "WebTest" rf-optimization-profile
RF Event Thresholds Profile          default  ap-group "WebTest" event-thresholds-profile
IDS General Profile                  default  ids profile "default" general-profile
IDS Unauthorized Device Profile      default  ids profile "default" unauthorized-device-profile
IDS Profile                          default  ap-group "WebTest" ids-profile
ARM RF domain                        default  ap-group "WebTest" arm-rf-domain-profile
VoIP Call Admission Control profile  default  ap-group "WebTest" voip-cac-profile
AP group                             WebTest

AP "18:64:72:cd:c8:ba" Radio 0 Profiles
---------------------------------------
Profile Type                             Profile    Source
------------                             -------    ------
802.11a radio profile                    default    ap-group "WebTest" dot11a-radio-profile
Adaptive Radio Management (ARM) profile  default    rf dot11a-radio-profile "default" arm-profile
High-throughput radio profile            default-a  rf dot11a-radio-profile "default" ht-radio-profile
AM Scanning profile                      default    rf dot11a-radio-profile "default" am-scan-profile

AP "18:64:72:cd:c8:ba" BSSID 18:64:72:5c:8b:b0 Profiles
-------------------------------------------------------
Profile Type                   Profile  Source
------------                   -------  ------
802.11K Profile                default  wlan virtual-ap "WebTest" dot11k-profile
Handover Trigger Profile       default  wlan dot11k-profile "default" handover-trigger-profile
RRM IE Profile                 default  wlan dot11k-profile "default" rrm-ie-profile
Beacon Report Request Profile  default  wlan dot11k-profile "default" bcn-rpt-req-profile
TSM Report Request Profile     default  wlan dot11k-profile "default" tsm-req-profile
SSID Profile                   WebTest  wlan virtual-ap "WebTest" ssid-profile
High-throughput SSID profile   default  wlan ssid-profile "WebTest" ht-ssid-profile
Virtual AP profile             WebTest  ap-group "WebTest" virtual-ap
AAA Profile                    WebTest  wlan virtual-ap "WebTest" aaa-profile

AP "18:64:72:cd:c8:ba" Radio 1 Profiles
---------------------------------------
Profile Type                             Profile    Source
------------                             -------    ------
802.11g radio profile                    default    ap-group "WebTest" dot11g-radio-profile
Adaptive Radio Management (ARM) profile  default    rf dot11g-radio-profile "default" arm-profile
High-throughput radio profile            default-g  rf dot11g-radio-profile "default" ht-radio-profile
AM Scanning profile                      default    rf dot11g-radio-profile "default" am-scan-profile

AP "18:64:72:cd:c8:ba" BSSID 18:64:72:5c:8b:a0 Profiles
-------------------------------------------------------
Profile Type                   Profile  Source
------------                   -------  ------
802.11K Profile                default  wlan virtual-ap "WebTest" dot11k-profile
Handover Trigger Profile       default  wlan dot11k-profile "default" handover-trigger-profile
RRM IE Profile                 default  wlan dot11k-profile "default" rrm-ie-profile
Beacon Report Request Profile  default  wlan dot11k-profile "default" bcn-rpt-req-profile
TSM Report Request Profile     default  wlan dot11k-profile "default" tsm-req-profile
SSID Profile                   WebTest  wlan virtual-ap "WebTest" ssid-profile
High-throughput SSID profile   default  wlan ssid-profile "WebTest" ht-ssid-profile
Virtual AP profile             WebTest  ap-group "WebTest" virtual-ap
AAA Profile                    WebTest  wlan virtual-ap "WebTest" aaa-profile

AP "18:64:72:cd:c8:ba" Ethernet 0 Profiles
------------------------------------------
Profile Type              Profile  Source
------------              -------  ------
AP Ethernet Link profile  default  ap wired-port-profile "default" enet-link-profile
AP LLDP Profile           default  ap wired-port-profile "default" lldp-profile
AP wired port profile     default  ap-group "WebTest" enet0-port-profile

AP "18:64:72:cd:c8:ba" Ethernet 1 Profiles
------------------------------------------
Profile Type              Profile  Source
------------              -------  ------
AP Ethernet Link profile  default  ap wired-port-profile "default" enet-link-profile
AP LLDP Profile           default  ap wired-port-profile "default" lldp-profile
AP wired port profile     default  ap-group "WebTest" enet1-port-profile

AP "18:64:72:cd:c8:ba" Ethernet 1 Wired AP Profiles
---------------------------------------------------
Profile Type           Profile  Source
------------           -------  ------
Wired AP profile       default  ap wired-port-profile "default" wired-ap-profile
AP wired port profile  default  ap-group "WebTest" enet1-port-profile

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