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XML-API bugs?

Dear all,

 

I got a problem when using xml-api command "user_query"

The Aruba Controller reply following information:

 

<aruba>
  <status>Ok</status>
  <code>0</code>
  <macaddr>00:17:c4:f9:xx:xx</macaddr>
  <name>00:17:c4:f9:xx:xx@govwifi</name>
  <role>auth-guest</role>
  <type>Wireless</type>
  <vlan>115</vlan>
  <location>LOC15AP02</location>
  <age>00:00:11</age>
  <auth_status>Unauthenticated</auth_status>
  <essid>aruba</essid>
  <bssid>00:24:6c:xx:xx:xx</bssid>
  <phy_type>g</phy_type>
  <mobility_state>Wireless</mobility_state>
  <in_packets>0</in_packets>
  <in_octets>0</in_octets>
  <out_packets>0</out_packets>
  <out_octets>0</out_octets>
</aruba>

 

I am sure that the client has traffic, but the in_packets, in_octets, out_packets, out_octets show is zero.

My Aruba Controller run as local controller and ArubaOS version : 3.4.2.5.

 

Anyone can help me? T_T

Thank you.

Guru Elite

Re: XML-API bugs?

waihou,

 

There is an existing bug where the XML-API is not updating statistics, just like you mention.  Please open a TAC case to make sure that you are experiencing the same bug, or so that a different bug can be opened to deal with what you are seeing.


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