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Occasional Contributor II

How to turn off LEDs of APs?

Someone told me that LED-signs of APs could be turned off (to keep users calm not having a blinking device above their heads). How can i do this?

We have 105 and 135 APs and a 3200 Controller.

Guru Elite

Re: How to turn off LEDs of APs?

(host) #configure terminal ap system-profile default led-mode off
(host) #configure terminal ap system-profile default led-mode normal

 

 

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Occasional Contributor II

Re: How to turn off LEDs of APs?

That worked!

I also found the representation in the Web-GUI.

New Contributor

Re: How to turn off LEDs of APs?

Can we really turn off LIghts on AP 105 with OmniVista 3600 controller. Also can it be VIA gui ?? or have to console in AP and then do it ?

Guru Elite

Re: How to turn off LEDs of APs?

You can do it via the GUI in the AP system profile.  No need to console.

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New Contributor

Re: How to turn off LEDs of APs?

Thanks a lot. :)

Contributor I

Re: How to turn off LEDs of APs?

Can this be done on a per AP basis though?   i have an AP installed in a darkroom that is messing up some film processing. I want to diable the LED's on that particular AP but not the rest of the other AP's using the same profile.

 

Thanks,

 

 

Guru Elite

Re: How to turn off LEDs of APs?

Yes, you can do it on a per-AP basis under AP Specific.

 

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Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security
@timcappalli | timcappalli.me | ACMX #367 / ACCX #480
Contributor I

Re: How to turn off LEDs of APs?

Sweet.  Thanks!  

Frequent Contributor II

Re: How to turn off LEDs of APs?

Tim, is there a way to do this through the GUI for IAPs?

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