Viewing Profiles Assigned to a Device
View Assigned Profile page list all the profiles associated with a selected device or with an object such as ports, access points, or radios within that device. To view the profiles assigned to a device, you must have the profiles already assigned to the devices, ports, access points, or radios within that device. Only those profiles that are assigned to a specified object will be displayed in the Profiles Assigned to the Device page. In addition to displaying profiles assigned to objects, the Profiles Assigned to Device page also shows link aggregation groups (LAGs) assigned to devices.
The View Assigned Profiles task is available in the Logical, Location, and Device panes for EX Series switches. For wireless LAN controllers, the View Assigned Profiles task is available only in the Logical pane as cluster functionality is available only in Logical pane.
You can access the View Assigned Profiles page by selecting the object (device, port, or radio) and clicking the View Assigned profiles menu. However, view assigned profiles task is unavailable for auto access point (Auto AP) profiles.
You can view the profiles assigned to an EX Series switch or a wireless LAN controller. To view the assigned profiles to a particular device:
While in Build mode, select an EX Series switch from the Switching Network cabinet or a controller from the Wireless Network cabinet under the View pane and select View Assigned profiles from the Tasks pane.
The Profiles Assigned to the Device page displays a list of profiles that are already assigned to the selected device. The details displayed are described in Table 1.
Table 1: Details of Assigned Profiles to a Device
The type of the profile. The profiles are grouped based on the type of the profile. The profiles that are directly deployed on the device are displayed in the list. For example, Device, VLAN, Port, Radio and so on.
Name of the profile that was specified at the time of creating the profile.
The name of the device (EX Series switch or a wireless LAN controller), port, access point, or radio.
Specifies whether the object is a device (EX Series switch or a controller), a port, an access point, or a radio.
Tip: For an EX Series switch, the object type is the device or a port
For a wireless LAN controller, the object type is a controller, an access point, a radio, or a port.
The status of the profile whether it is deployed or in progress.