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WLC list config of disconnected AP

hi guys

please can anybody advise how to list a configuration of AP which get disconnected from WLC point of view? Usually I am listing configuration of particular AP using the way: "Wireless" -> Access points -> All APs -> use filter/select for specific AP to get the configuration.

but this list shows only APs which are registered to WLC. I would like to see config of AP which is now disconnected, but was configured on this WLC before. how can I do that?

controllers: 5520, 5508,2504,WS-SVC-WISM2-K9

SW version:  8.5.135.0

thanks

 

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Re: WLC list config of disconnected AP

Hi

 WLC does not show this. WLC only shows live Access Points. 

This requires Cisco Prime.

 

 

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Re: WLC list config of disconnected AP

Hi

 WLC does not show this. WLC only shows live Access Points. 

This requires Cisco Prime.

 

 

-If I helped you somehow, please, rate it as useful.-

View solution in original post

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Re: WLC list config of disconnected AP

Hi Flavio

thanks for response, right, I can see them in PI. but anyway it is strange that I cant see config details for AP which definitely has its own record created in WLC directly from WLC.

 

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Re: WLC list config of disconnected AP

Capwap tunnel is what allows the WLC to pull information from Access Point, if the tunnel is down, there´s no way to get this information. As the WLC does not stores does config fot futher consult, you lost those information as soon as the tunnel goes down.

 That´s why Cisco Prime is so important, in my opinion. 

 

 

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Re: WLC list config of disconnected AP

if the AP configuration is not stored locally, then your explanation completely makes sense. I thought it is stored locally (fixed IP, AP group, flexconnect group, ...). thank you Flavio for your time spent on this topic :)

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