Answer- This article applies to all IAP's and version.
Below is the output from IAP-105 running version 220.127.116.11
00:24:6c:c8:68:98# show ap monitor ap-list | include 18:64:72:02:0a:10
18:64:72:02:0a:10 testing 36 interfering 80211a enable 752/56 67/0 wpa2-psk-aes 0 11 11 0 no
00:24:6c:c8:68:98# show snmp trap-queue | include 18:64:72:02:0a:10
2014-11-18 11:21:10 An AP (NAME 00:24:6c:c8:68:98 and MAC 00:24:6c:c8:68:98 on RADIO 1) that previously classified an access point (BSSID 18:64:72:02:0a:10 and SSID testing on CHANNEL 36) as rogue, no longer considers it rogue or it was removed from the network.
Below is the SNMP trap being sent to Airwave.