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Occasional Contributor II
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Registered: ‎10-05-2015

AMP does not show how many APs are UP or DOWN - since 8.2.x

Since we have upgraded to 8.2.x - now we run 8.2.3 - it never showed # of APs UP or DOWN

 

See screenshot attached. Is tere a way to fix this quickly?

MVP
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Re: AMP does not show how many APs are UP or DOWN - since 8.2.x

Can you please check the system > performance? To make sure your system resources look good

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Occasional Contributor II
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Re: AMP does not show how many APs are UP or DOWN - since 8.2.x

In my opinion everysthing seems pretty smooth, no process issues..

 

See screenshots attached

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Registered: ‎12-12-2013

Re: AMP does not show how many APs are UP or DOWN - since 8.2.x

Is this just the top header in Airwave, or are the APs showing Up also in Folder view or Group view when they are actually down?

Occasional Contributor II
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Re: AMP does not show how many APs are UP or DOWN - since 8.2.x

Yes just in the Top Header #'s are not shown.

 

When going to Groups, I see all the Groups, with it's AP's in it.. 

As well in the folder view see screenshot.

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Re: AMP does not show how many APs are UP or DOWN - since 8.2.x

Did you try to go to amp setup > top header and remove and add the devices up?



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Occasional Contributor II
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Registered: ‎10-05-2015

Re: AMP does not show how many APs are UP or DOWN - since 8.2.x

Yes I tried > rebooted the AMP server as well.. no luck.

 

See screenshot about UP devices in APs/Devices - shows the 94 devices..

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