COTD: clear gap-db - access point housekeeping
05-30-2009 07:32 AM
(M3.arubanetworks.com) #clear gap-db ?
ap-name AP name
lms Clear all APs associated with an LMS
wired-mac AP wired MAC address
The great part about this command is if you run it for APs that are currently up, they will immediately create their records in the database;no harm, no foul. So, if you have a whole bunch of APs that are no longer in your system and they are still counted in that "Down" number, run this command:
where 10.16.46.5 is the controller your APs terminate. It will remove all the down APs and only have records for the ones that are still up. The AP down total will be reset to 0, and you start from scratch.
One thing to note; access points who are terminating on the Aruba Controller, BUT who's radios are disabled via configuration, will continue to show as "Down"
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Applies also locally to locals?
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Bruce Osborne - Wireless Engineer
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Re: COTD: clear gap-db - access point housekeeping
05-27-2011 08:14 AM