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WLC's command to show PoE status of all connected access points

Access point should negotiate required power with PoE switch via CDP / LLDP and switch should be able to provide requested power per its design (we exclude the case of old standard PoE switch and new standard access point).

On a WEB interface of WLC its possible to see PoE status of each access point, e.g. "PoE/Full Power" or "PoE/Medium Power (15.4 W)". I haven't found a command line which gives such information, can you please inform.

 

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Re: WLC's command to show PoE status of all connected access points

Never came across one.  

If you have a list of the APs, then you could plug the the following into an Excel formula: 

grep include AP.Name|Power.Type/Mode "show ap config general <NAME>"

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Re: WLC's command to show PoE status of all connected access points

Since these are individual AP specific detail, you have to run it against each AP

 

(WLC3) >grep include "Power Type" "show ap config general <AP_NAME>"
Press any key to continue..
Power Type/Mode.................................. PoE/Full Power

There are 1 lines matching the pattern Power Type

 

HTH

Rasika

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Re: WLC's command to show PoE status of all connected access points

Never came across one.  

If you have a list of the APs, then you could plug the the following into an Excel formula: 

grep include AP.Name|Power.Type/Mode "show ap config general <NAME>"

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Re: WLC's command to show PoE status of all connected access points

Since these are individual AP specific detail, you have to run it against each AP

 

(WLC3) >grep include "Power Type" "show ap config general <AP_NAME>"
Press any key to continue..
Power Type/Mode.................................. PoE/Full Power

There are 1 lines matching the pattern Power Type

 

HTH

Rasika

*** Pls rate all useful responses ***

 

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