I noticed when I run the command show ap active, it sorts by IP. Is there an option to sort by AP name?
Are you trying to find the name of an AP or do you already know the name of the AP and want to see if it is up?
If you run show ap active you get the listing of all the APs that are currently active, but they are sorted by IP. I would like to sort by the AP name, so I can see if an AP is overloaded with clients or see if an AP in an area is down (which would not be listed). But having it sorted by IP makes it a little harder to see right away.
(7240) #show ap database sort-by ?
ap-flags Sort by AP flags
ap-group Sort by AP group
ap-ip Sort by AP IP address
ap-mac Sort by AP wired MAC address
ap-name Sort by AP name
ap-serial Sort by AP serial number
ap-type Sort by AP type
fqln Sort by FQLN
provisioned Sort by provisioned status
status Show only APs with the given status (up or down)
switch-ip Sort by switch IP address
uptime Sort by AP uptime
Thanks, that is what I was looking for.
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