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Federico Lovison
Cisco Employee
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This tool is not longer maintained, and its functionality has been integrated in WLAN Poller. Please use it instead:

https://developer.cisco.com/docs/wireless-troubleshooting-tools/#!wlan-poller-wlan-poller/wlan-poller

 

Current version

Filename apcertcheck-1.2.1.zip
Version 1.2.1
Date 2015-06-30

 

Description

The apCertCheck tool allows to collect information from Cisco Unified Wireless Access Points in order to assess the device certificate expiration date.


It automatically performs the steps described at this document, making data collection easier, especially on large deployments with several WLCs and APs:
https://supportforums.cisco.com/document/12453081/lightweight-ap-fail-create-capwaplwapp-connection-due-certificate-expiration

The output is presented in CSV format, for easy processing with any common spreadsheet application.

 

What's new?

  • Version 1.2.1

This version adds the capability to import AP information with no direct connection to the WLC, either through a static AP list specified in the config.ini file, or by importing the raw output of the "show ap join stats summary all" in one or more text files.

 

Requirements

 

Notes:

The “pip” command requires internet access to reach the PyPI repositories via HTTPs.
Should the above commands on CLI return a “file not found” error, execute the command after changing directory to the “Scripts” directory under the python installation, e.g. C:\Python27\Scripts\

 

  • The host running the script needs to have network connectivity (SSH and/or Telnet) to the Access Points.
    Connectivity to the Wireless LAN Controller(s) is also required unless AP information is imported through text files (version 1.2.1).

 

Installation and Configuration instructions:

Please refer to the release notes PDF document for more details.

 

Download:

The tool and documentation can be downloaded from this repository (CCO account required):

https://upload.cisco.com/cgi-bin/swc/fileexg/main.cgi?CONTYPES=wireless-esc-tools

Comments
PeterLinde
Beginner
Beginner

Hello Federico,

can you update the download link, please? Thanks!

alois.heilmaier
Beginner
Beginner
Benjamin Holmes
Beginner
Beginner

This is very disappointing. The download does not seem to be available anywhere that I can find.

I would be happy to modernise it if it does not work, but I cannot even download the 'current' version.

 

This means the information in FN63942 is incorrect as it advises using this tool.

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