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WimVS
Beginner

Unified AP link speed via DNA API

Hello

 

Is it possible to get the link speed of a Unified AP via the DNA API?

If I try to get device details of the AP family I get following output.

{
            "description": null,
            "role": "ACCESS",
            "apEthernetMacAddress": "",
            "apManagerInterfaceIp": "",
            "associatedWlcIp": "",
            "collectionStatus": "Managed",
            "inventoryStatusDetail": "NA",
            "managementState": "Managed",
            "collectionInterval": "NA",
            "family": "Unified AP",
            "interfaceCount": "0",
            "lastUpdated": "2021-03-29 13:09:00",
            "lineCardCount": "0",
            "lineCardId": "",
            "locationName": null,
            "managedAtleastOnce": false,
            "managementIpAddress": "",
            "memorySize": "NA",
            "platformId": "C9120AXI-E",
            "reachabilityFailureReason": "NA",
            "reachabilityStatus": "Reachable",
            "series": "Cisco Catalyst 9120AXI Series Unified Access Points",
            "snmpContact": "",
            "snmpLocation": "default location",
            "tagCount": "0",
            "tunnelUdpPort": null,
            "uptimeSeconds": 451689,
            "waasDeviceMode": null,
            "lastUpdateTime": 1617023340680,
            "hostname": "",
            "upTime": "5 days, 00:26:51.920",
            "deviceSupportLevel": "Supported",
            "bootDateTime": null,
            "errorCode": "null",
            "errorDescription": null,
            "serialNumber": "",
            "location": null,
            "type": "Cisco Catalyst 9120AXI Unified Access Point",
            "softwareType": null,
            "softwareVersion": "16.12.4.31",
            "macAddress": "",
            "roleSource": "AUTO",
            "instanceUuid": "",
            "instanceTenantId": "",
            "id": ""
        }

 Maybe I'm missing something here.

 

Thanks

W.

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alexstev
Cisco Employee

Hello,

 

I wonder which API you're using. Here's a Cisco DNA Center Platform Overview, which includes information about the different APIs available. I did a search there for 'speed' and found a couple requests which return a device's speed.

 

Hope this helps!

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