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Confirm AP IP Address, Subnet, and Gateway

Is there a way to confirm the IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway that an AP has? Reason for this is that we had to extend our AP VLAN from a /24 to a /23 to accomodate additional APs and I just wanted to confirm that the subnet mask is now 255.255.254.0.

 

Thanks.



Michael Haring
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Re: Confirm AP IP Address, Subnet, and Gateway

You can look at the ap tech-support, OR:

 

- Enable console access to the AP

- Telnet into the AP and execute an "ifconfig" after the escape sequence.


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Re: Confirm AP IP Address, Subnet, and Gateway

I wasn't onsite physically, but we are enabling BLE Console Access for things like this moving forward. A majority of those APs were AP-125's and too high to remove to console into though. 

 

I will verify the ap tech-support logs and see which command in there pulls that information.



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Re: Confirm AP IP Address, Subnet, and Gateway

For the 125s, you can enable Telnet access and enable console access, and you can just telnet into the APs...


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Re: Confirm AP IP Address, Subnet, and Gateway

Good point, for us we can't enable Telnet on our network as per security policy, but that's a good reminder of it's availability. 

 

As a side note, the command that kicks out the info is:

show ap debug system-status ap-name <ap-name> | begin ifconfig


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