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AOS8 "show ap-group"

Hello,

 

I'm in the process of setting up an AOS8 cluster. Running 8.2.1.1. Trying to tweak some of the RF settings, I want to look at the AP groups from the console. When I do a "show ap-group" I do not see my AP groups. If I use "show ap-group ?" it lists my groups but I can never seem to get at them. Am I missing something?

 

-Mike


Mike Naylor
The College of Wooster

Re: AOS8 "show ap-group"

Make sure you are under the correct folder


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Victor Fabian
Lead Mobility Architect @WEI
AMFX | ACMX | ACDX | ACCX | CWAP | CWDP | CWNA
Contributor I

Re: AOS8 "show ap-group"

I've tried it under every folder.


Mike Naylor
The College of Wooster
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Re: AOS8 "show ap-group"

 Typing "show configuration node-hierarchy" will show you all of your folders.

 

Alternatively, you can "cd" to the name of one of your controllers, then type "mdc" to get into that controller.  You can then type "show ap-group" to see all of your groups from the perspective of that controller.


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Contributor I

Re: AOS8 "show ap-group"

Never used the mdconnect before. It returns the following error:

 

(ArubaMM-VA) [00:1a:1e:03:fb:00] #mdc


Redirecting to Managed Device Shell
Permission denied, Wrong UserName or password

Exiting Managed Device Shell

 

Do I need to configure something for it to work?


Mike Naylor
The College of Wooster
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Re: AOS8 "show ap-group"

Are your controllers online? When you type "show switches" do you see your controllers?


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Contributor I

Re: AOS8 "show ap-group"

Yes. Both my MM and MD are online and config up to date.


Mike Naylor
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Re: AOS8 "show ap-group"

You can do the show configuration effective directly from the MC

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Victor Fabian
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Re: AOS8 "show ap-group"

A couple of commands you can use:
(MM) [US-CONTROLLER-GROUP] #show switches

All Switches
------------
IP Address IPv6 Address Name Location Type Model Version Status Configuration State Config Sync Time (sec) Config ID
---------- ------------ ---- -------- ---- ----- ------- ------ ------------------- ---------------------- ---------
192.168.1.108 None MM Building1.floor1 master ArubaMM-VA 8.2.1.1_65265 up UPDATE SUCCESSFUL 0 453
192.168.1.141 None BOSTON-MC-1 Building1.floor1 MD Aruba7005 8.2.1.1_65265 up UPDATE SUCCESSFUL 0 453
192.168.1.142 None BOSTON-MC-2 Building1.floor1 MD Aruba7005 8.2.1.1_65265 up UPDATE SUCCESSFUL 0 453


(MM) [mynode] #show configuration node-hierarchy

Configuration node hierarchy
----------------------------
Config Node Type Name
----------- ---- ----
/ System
/md System
/md/REMOTE-CONTROLLERS Group
/md/REMOTE-CONTROLLERS/ Device RAPS-MC-1
/md/US-CONTROLLER-GROUP Group
/md/US-CONTROLLER-GROUP/BOSTON-CONTROLLER-GROUP Group
/md/US-CONTROLLER-GROUP/BOSTON-CONTROLLER-GROUP/ Device BOSTON-MC-1
/md/US-CONTROLLER-GROUP/BOSTON-CONTROLLER-GROUP/ Device BOSTON-MC-2
/mm System
/mm/mynode System


(MM) [mynode] #cd /md/US-CONTROLLER-GROUP
(MM) [US-CONTROLLER-GROUP] #show configuration effective | begin ap-group
ap-group "BUILDING-A"
virtual-ap "8021X-VAP"
virtual-ap "GUEST-VAP"
dot11a-radio-profile "11A-RADIO-PROFILE"
dot11g-radio-profile "11G-RADIO-PROFILE"
ap-system-profile "MD1-AP-SYS-PROFILE"
regulatory-domain-profile "BUILDING-A-DOMAIN-PROFILE
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mkk
Contributor II

Re: AOS8 "show ap-group"

Possible you entered the command from the mobility master and not from the managed device itself.

To connect to the managed device use the mdconnect command from the master or directly ssh to the managed device

# /md/.......
# mdconnect

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