01-18-2017 05:38 PM
I'm trying to sort some issues with wired clients plugged into my AP-205Hs. Wondering if there are useful CLI commands on the controller to give insight into where packets are stopping.
So far I have:
show ap wired stats ap-name <name> which shows all the MAC addresses connected, their ports and VLAN tags, and bytes/packets transmitted and received
show ap port status ap-name <name> which shows if each port is up or down, the ports own MAC, and its bridge mode.
Also show ap debug system-status ap-name <name> which says lots of stuff I don't understand, but has a useful "Secure Jack Status" list and POE info, as well as a "Interface Information" table with traffic and error counts for all ports.
Are there other commands that could be useful?
Also, in the debug system-status output, port "br0" has lots of drops. Is that perhaps a Bad Thing, or normal?
Thanks for any clues.
(I have a TAC case open for the particular issue we are having, but hoping I might shed some light by looking around in the controller.)