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display how many APs are assigned to each ap-group?

Can anyone tell me an easy way to display all configured ap-groups and how many WAPs are assigned to each?

 

We have a lot of sites coming and going often and I am looking for an easy way to audit configuration and delete unused groups.

 

I was hoping since Aruba does a good job of displaying configuration pieces and how many REFERENCES there are for each (example: "show aaa profile"), that something like this would be easily accomplished as well.  I checked with our VAR and they do not know a way and I haven't been able to find anything on airheads.

 

I am looking into putting together a script to parse the ap-group list and essentially count APs assigned to each, but was hoping there might be an easier way.

 

Thanks!

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Re: display how many APs are assigned to each ap-group?

show ap group

show ap database group <group-name>

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Re: display how many APs are assigned to each ap-group?

yea, I know about those commands but not quite what I was looking for...

 

show ap groups lists all the ap-groups.

show ap database group xxx lists all waps in that specific ap group.

 

I guess I was looking for a way to view a summarization of the ap-groups to see how many waps are assigned to each in a single command.  We have hundreds of AP groups and it would take a significant amount of time to check each one.

Contributor I

Re: display how many APs are assigned to each ap-group?

You could dump the output from 'show ap database' into Excel, do some clean-up, do text-to-columns and then create a pivot table.

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