Controller Based WLANs

What to do when we see incorrect AP database information on a Local controller

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Q:

What to do when we see incorrect AP database information on a Local controller

 

Issue: There Might be  getting a  Situation When the Ap status will be up on the master controller but the same database status will be  down in the local

Sample outputs          

#show ap database(Master controller)

AP00161-6c:f3:7f:ca:11:c9  T1-VLAN801- 105      10.9.47.126  Up 71d:9h:19m:32s   2      10.60.0.202  0.0.0.0     6c:f3:7f:ca:11:c9  BT0243885  N/A   N/A   N/A      

AP00252-6c:f3:7f:cd:68:46  T1-VLAN799 135      10.8.47.88   Up 71d:9h:18m:53s   2      10.60.0.202  0.0.0.0     6c:f3:7f:cd:68:46  AX0189011  N/A   N/A   N/A      

 

show ap database long  (Local controller)

AP00161-6c:f3:7f:ca:11:c9  T1-VLAN801- 105      10.9.47.126  Down 71d:9h:19m:32s   2      10.60.0.202  0.0.0.0     6c:f3:7f:ca:11:c9  BT0243885  N/A   N/A   N/A      

AP00252-6c:f3:7f:cd:68:46  T1-VLAN799 135      10.8.47.88   Down 71d:9h:18m:53s   2      10.60.0.202  0.0.0.0     6c:f3:7f:cd:68:46  AX0189011  N/A   N/A   N/A      

 



A:

Solution

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We can execute the following command from the master controller

'clear gap-db lms lms-ip <ip_of_local controller)

This command will help in clearing the stale entries in the local controller mapped to the lms and update the right status.

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