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Occasional Contributor II

Access Points running in low power mode

Is there an airwave report or CLI command we can run to identify which AP's are running in low power mode? The deployment of AP's is too large to walk the sites.

MVP Guru

Re: Access Points running in low power mode

I don't believe there is a global command that you can run, however you can run this per AP.

 

(Aruba620) #show ap debug system-status ap-name AP225 | begin "Power Status"
Power Status
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Operational State          POE-AF: One Ethernet port disabled; USB port disabled; 1x3 chain for 2.4GHz; 3x3 chain for 5GHz
-----------------          -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Current HW State           POE-AF: One Ethernet port disabled; USB port disabled; 1x3 chain for 2.4GHz; 3x3 chain for 5GHz
LLDP Negotiated POE Power  0.0W

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Occasional Contributor II

Re: Access Points running in low power mode

we have over 4000 AP's to check. Nothing in Airwave? Maybe a log entry in the controller?

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Re: Access Points running in low power mode

I haven't found anything in AirWave that grabs that field.  Looks like a good time to file a feature request.


Rob Gin
Senior QA Engineer - Network Services
Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
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