I open GE 6.2.2 and placed stick-pins in 7 locations representing OEAP sites. Named each site according to the AP hostname and saved the file as OEAP.kml
I clear myplaces tree in GE (turn off OEAP).
I open the saved OEAP.kml file and GE opens to the approx geographic center of the stick-pin cluster with stick-pins and lables showing.
I import the OEAP.kml file into WCS.
WCS evaluates the stick-pin names for database matches and if you spell everything properly then all is OK.
I added GoogleEarth Location to the monitor AP list.
I don't have a clue as to what happens next:
When I select an OEAP AP and poke the GEL button for the AP, the system ALWAYs creates an export .kml file that targets the Left most Geo point in the file WITHOUT stickpins.. Gee without stickpins, the service desk user have no idea what they are looking at.
When I removed the Left most Geo point, something remembers.
When I recreated the OEAP.kml file without the left most ap, the results are still the same..
I have:Product/Model Number : AIR-SAP1602I-E-K9withCisco IOS Software, C1600 Software (AP1G2-K9W7-M), Version 15.3(3)JC, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)I need to have internet access via eth in a deep place of my basement. So I bought a small thing called wifi ext...
I have a few AIR-CAP3502E-A-K9 access points that I want to change to Lightweight mode. I did a lot of researching and found that I needed the ap3g1-k9w7-tar.153-3.JAB.tar file or a similar version of it.I do have that file and I was able to upload ...
WLAN Poller provides functionality to:
Bulk data/debug collection from Controllers and APs. Execute the commands on regular intervals.
DFS statistics and debug collection
IOS AP Flash health check and memory
AP cert check with generating reports
My report tells you a simple viewpoint to understand the evolution of the wireless LAN from 1997 to the 2020s. You can also get basic knowledge on an uplink of Wi-Fi6, the latest IEEE 802.11ax standard. Data analysis results based on our experimental s...