Hi, does the "show ap associations" command actually work for Mobility Conductors (formerly Master)? We're getting back empty association tables but this command works on the managed Controllers themselves. If not, is there an alternative command we can run on the Conductors to see all associations for managed Controllers?
You can issue the show global-user-table command.
Since the Mobilty Conductor has no APs connected - those are connected to the Cluster Controllers - this command cannot be issued here.
You can jump from Mobility Conductor direct to the Controller by issuing the mdconnect command. With that you don´t have to open a dedicated SSH Session. And here you can set direct CLI Command to that MD.https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docId=sf000095568en_us&docLocale=en_US
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Thank you so much! This is exactly the information we needed
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