I have 2x 2500 Series WLCs and 27 APs, at a variety of different models (mainly 2702I's)
I have enabled SNMP on the APs so as to monitor using WhatsUpGold, however when an AP goes down e.g. unplugged during testing, and then comes back up it loses the SNMP config I have set, so as far as the monitoring tool is concerned the AP is still down, until I login via SSH and re-enter the SNMP config.
I have tried a write and a copy run start on the APs but these appear to do nothing, at a guess it's to do with the WLCs providing the core config, but I can't find a way in the interface of forcing the SNMP globally for the APs.
Am I missing something, or is this expected behaviour?
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