12-18-2013 01:08 AM
I have a simple question:
When querying via SNMP an Aruba IAP 135 (ArubaOS Version 184.108.40.206-220.127.116.11) I get the following results:
Name/OID: aiRadioChannel.XXXXXXXXXXXXX.1; Value (Integer): 11
Name/OID: aiRadioChannel.XXXXXXXXXXXXX.0; Value (Integer): 308
For the first radio interface everything is crystal clear - we have the 2,4 GHz interface w/ index 1 that is using channel 11.
The question arises when we look at the value retrieved for the interface index 0 (the 5 GHz interface), how should the value 308 be interpreted?
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12-18-2013 05:26 PM
When the channel is 20MHz, the number reflects the channel number. When the channel is bonded to 40MHz, the number starts at 292 for 36+ (36 and 40) and increments by 8 for each 40MHz channel.
292 = 36+
300 = 44+
308 = 52+