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How to know if Airwave using AMON or SNMP in front of 7210 6.4.2.12?

  • 1.  How to know if Airwave using AMON or SNMP in front of 7210 6.4.2.12?

    Posted Oct 14, 2015 04:17 AM

    Hi AirHeads,

    I just deployend a new Airwave and i configure it to prefer AMON over SNMP..but when it's configure like that i dont see that the AIRWAVE getting client info at all (Clients = 0 ) even due i configure it under the AirWave profile and the 8211 is open (Can i check it from the Airwave CLI?)

    When changing back to SNMP all the client / ap info is appering.

     

    any advise? what do i missing here?

     

    do i need to configure something else on the controller or on the AW itself?

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    AMP version 8.0.9

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    Anyone know's what the issue itself - i need a solution , i would like the client to see all the great APPRF capabilites on his AirWave.

     

     

     


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  • 2.  RE: How to know if Airwave using AMON or SNMP in front of 7210 6.4.2.12?

    Posted Oct 14, 2015 06:04 AM

    Is there a firewall between Airwave and the controller?  UDP 8211 needs to flow from the controller to Airwave. Please see the knowledgebase article here:  http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Monitoring-Management-Location/Basic-AMON-troubleshooting-on-Airwave/ta-p/211841 to troubleshoot Amon.

     



  • 3.  RE: How to know if Airwave using AMON or SNMP in front of 7210 6.4.2.12?

    Posted Oct 14, 2015 11:06 AM

    You'll also want to make sure that your controller has the configured profile to send AMON data to AirWave:

     

    This is the main AMON setting showing which destination AMP server is using which AMON profile (you can have up to 4 destinations):

    # show running-config | include mgmt

    (ex) mgmt-server type amp primary-server 10.10.10.10 profile default-amp

     

    Then you want to look at what is enabled in the profile:

    # show mgmt-server profile default-amp

    Mgmt Config profile "default-amp" (Predefined (changed))

    --------------------------------------------------------
    Parameter Value
    --------- -----
    Stats            Enabled
    Tag              Enabled
    Sessions      Enabled
    Monitored Info Enabled
    Misc             Enabled
    Location       Enabled
    UCC Monitoring Disabled
    AirGroup Info Disabled

     

    The above is determined by:

    (10.10.10.10) (config) #mgmt-server profile default-amp
    (10.10.10.10) (Mgmt Config profile "default-amp") #?
    airgroupinfo-enable              AirGroup enable
    clone                                    Copy data from another Mgmt Config profile
    location-enable                    Station RSSI/AP Neighbours enable
    misc-enable                         AP System Stats/Spec Dev/Station Steer Info enable
    monitored-info-enable         Monitored AP/Station Info enable
    no                                        Delete Command
    sessions-enable                  Firewall DNA/App/Aggregate Sessions enable
    stats-enable                         Radio/VAP/Station Stats enable
    tag-enable                           Tag enable
    uccmonitoring-enable          UCC Monitoring enable

     

    For clients, you're mostly concerned with: location-enable (for VRF), stats-enable and monitored-info-enable (AP and client data), misc-enable (client match), sessions-enable (AppRF).  By default, there is no profile on the controller.