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Cisco Aironet 1131AG and SNMP

olafmarcos
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We have a Wireless Control System, 3 WLC and 190 APs. I need to monitor 802.11 radios through SNMP. The system is running with LWAPP and the APs are not accesible through SNMP (no response trying to acces them). I try to send traps to the SNMP server (Zabbix) but disabling the 802.11 Radio from the WLC, I don't see any trap about the Radio status or admin going down.

¿Are there any method to monitor the radio status through SNMP?

Thanks in advance,

Olaf

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Nicolas Darchis
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi Olaf,

The lwapp APs are not snmp-manageable but the controllers takes care of that. You can poll the WLC via SNMP and it will give you the radio status of all the APs.

I suggest using the Cisco MIB browser tool to find out more about the AIRESPACE mib that the WLC is using.

Nicolas

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Nicolas Darchis
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi Olaf,

The lwapp APs are not snmp-manageable but the controllers takes care of that. You can poll the WLC via SNMP and it will give you the radio status of all the APs.

I suggest using the Cisco MIB browser tool to find out more about the AIRESPACE mib that the WLC is using.

Nicolas

Thanks Nicolas...

I can query the Table of Interface Status but it is very hard to monitor due to the Index Interface is dynamic. I try to monitor through traps...

That's precisely where WCS has a useful side, in that it perfectly follows the dynamic of the WLC tables.

The WLC should be sending a trap if a radio goes down, is that not working ?

At the moment, I don't see that trap cause any radio go down. I try to disable it down administratively from the WLC console but not send the trap.

I will hope that if the interface goes down, I see the trap...

Regards,

Olaf

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