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AOS6.3 show ap arm state command

Hi!


On AOS version 6.3.X.
The command "show ap arm state" shows new items as follows.

"Path Loss (dB)" "Neighbors (R/T)" "Relevant"

Would you teach someone what these mean ?

I tried to find CLI guide, but I couln't find.


(aA-3200) #show ap arm state
AP:6c:f3:7f:c6:cb:26 MAC:6c:f3:7f:ec:b2:70 Channel:116 EIRP:22 Max EIRP:22 Edge:enable
Client Density:0 Valid neighbors: 5 Relevant neighbors: 4 Rx Probe Reports: 54
Moves(T/S):0/0 Sticky(T/S):0/0 Bandsteer(T/S):0/0 Loadbal(T/S):0/0
Neighbor Data
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Name               IP Address    SNR (dB)  Path Loss (dB)  Channel/Pwr  Neighbor Density  Neighbors (R/T)  Relevant
----               ----------    --------  --------------  -----------  ----------------  ---------------  --------
18:64:72:c1:37:ac  172.22.4.177  53        101             40/15        0                  5/5
d8:c7:c8:c0:53:14  172.22.4.162  59        50              52/16        0                  4/5             Yes
Legend: R = Relevant, T = Total,  Neighbor Density = (Overlap/Neighbor's Density/ Overlap to local density ratio/ Overlap to neighbor's density ratio)

ArubaOS (MODEL: Aruba3200), Version 6.3.1.3

Re: AOS6.3 show ap arm state command

 

Thank you

Victor Fabian
Lead Mobility Engineer @ Integration Partners
AMFX | ACMX | ACDX | ACCX | CWAP | CWDP | CWNA
Occasional Contributor II

Re: AOS6.3 show ap arm state command

Thx!!

 

I want to know

 

"Path Loss (dB)", "Neighbors (R/T)" and  "Relevant"

 

They are new informations on 6.3.

 

Regular Contributor I

Re: AOS6.3 show ap arm state command

intresting.. I also wish to know what it is.. 

New Contributor

Re: AOS6.3 show ap arm state command

It's been a full year and the CLI guide is still out of date.  This isn't documented anywhere that I can find.  

Guru Elite

Re: AOS6.3 show ap arm state command

Wgrandis,

 

If you want those parameters to be documented, please login to the support site and leave the request on the ideas portal.  Documentation and features are added changed and maintained based on customer demand.



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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