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Monitoring Backed-Up Wireless Access Points on Wireless LAN Controllers

This topic describes how to monitor backed-up wireless access points on a wireless LAN controller. You can monitor backed-up wireless access points on wireless LAN controller nodes in any view.

When wireless LAN controllers are configured in a cluster, each wireless access point in the cluster can have a primary controller and a secondary controller. You can see which wireless access points use the selected wireless LAN controller as their secondary controller. The term backed-up means that the wireless LAN controller is acting as a secondary (backup) controller for a wireless access point.

This topic describes:

Procedure for Monitoring Backed-Up Wireless Access Points on Wireless LAN Controllers

Procedure

  1. Click Monitor in the Network Director banner.
  2. Select the wireless LAN controller in the View pane that contains the backed-up wireless access points you want to monitor.
  3. Select the Summary tab or the Equipment tab.
  4. In the Tasks pane, select View > Backed-Up APs.

    The Backed-Up APs window opens. For information about this window, click the Help button in the title bar of the window or see Backed-Up APs Window.

Backed-Up APs Window

The Backed-Up APs window contains a table with information about the backed-up wireless access points on the node you selected in the View pane. See Table 329 for a description of the table information.

Table 329: Backed-Up APs Table

Table Column

Description

AP Name

Name of the access point.

Serial Number

Serial number of the access point.

Model

The model number of the access point.

IP Address

The IP address assigned to the AP.

Status

Operational status of the access point:

  • Down—The access point is offline.
  • Up—The access point is online and enabled.
  • Up Redundant—The access point is online, reporting to this controller as redundant and another controller as primary.

Uptime

The length of time since the access point last booted.

Version

The version of the Mobility System Software (MSS) running on the access point.

Primary Controller

The primary controller for the access point.

Secondary Controller

The secondary controller for the access point.

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