Hi we have almost 3000 aruba 515 AP's connected to
ModelAruba7210Boot partitionArubaOS 126.96.36.199_83573Backup partitionArubaOS 188.8.131.52_83052
Here is just one example of an AP rebooting and bootstrapping.
No of Reboots
No of Bootstraps
223 days, 21:42:13.00
So my questions. Why would the AP's be rebooting so many times?
What does bootstrapping mean in simple terms?
Is there a SNMP OID to identify the switch IP the AP is connected to?
And is there a SNMP OID to show which SSID's the AP is broadcasting?
APs bootstrapping is a fairly common reference in known bugs for release notes, I would check the release notes for your version 184.108.40.206 to see if anything stands out. The AP itself doesn't support SNMP, but you can find the info you asked for from the AAC's CLI -
"show ap lldp neighbor ap-name <ap-name>" to show the switch / port it's connected
"show ap bss-table ap-name <ap-name>" to show the SSIDs being broadcast from the AP
Rebootstrapping is the AP failing over to another mobility gateway most of the time.
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