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How to check Cisco LAP temperature on WLC or LAP ?

HI Everyone,

 

I want to check the LAP's temperature,i know there is a command to check mesh network aps' temperature,that is "show ap env summary",just like this:

(Cisco Controller) >show ap env summary

AP Name Temperature(C/F) TempState Heater Battery Orientation Ethernet
------------------ ---------------- --------- ------ ------- ----------- --------

But it's only for Mesh ap.

 

There is also a command that is "show ap temperature <ap name>" ,but it's for some APs like AP1500,right?
(Cisco Controller) >show ap temperature AP1602I

Command is Not Applicable for this Cisco AP nameAP1602I

 

Is there any other method for check LAP's temperature ?

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Hi 

Not all APs support temperature sensors. Indoor don't have temperature sensors as it will just increase the cost.

Have a look at this bug - CSCvn51483

AP datasheet should contain info if the AP contains or not temperature sensor

 

Symptom:
Currently we know this information regarding the temperature sensor on APs:

??? Wave1 indoor APs like 1700/2700/3700 do not have temperature sensor;
??? Outdoor APs have temperature sensor;
??? Wave 2 indoor APs like 1800/2800/3800/4800 have temperature sensor.

However, there is no public document containing this information.
AP datasheet should contain info if the AP contains or not temperature sensor.

Conditions:
na

Workaround:
na

 

 

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SYGY.

Typically only outdoor access points have temperature readings.

 

 

David

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HI David, Thanks for your reply. So,we can only check the ap's temperature of Outdoor APs? We cannot check the Indoor APs' temperature on WLC or LAP itself ? I don't find any Cisco Document for explain this point. I don't know am i right? In addtion, could you please provide the command for checking temperature of APs? Thanks & BR
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Only outdoor 1500 APs support temperature monitoring.
Indoor APs do NOT support temperature monitoring.
If you want a definitive answer, raise a TAC Case.
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Hi 

Not all APs support temperature sensors. Indoor don't have temperature sensors as it will just increase the cost.

Have a look at this bug - CSCvn51483

AP datasheet should contain info if the AP contains or not temperature sensor

 

Symptom:
Currently we know this information regarding the temperature sensor on APs:

??? Wave1 indoor APs like 1700/2700/3700 do not have temperature sensor;
??? Outdoor APs have temperature sensor;
??? Wave 2 indoor APs like 1800/2800/3800/4800 have temperature sensor.

However, there is no public document containing this information.
AP datasheet should contain info if the AP contains or not temperature sensor.

Conditions:
na

Workaround:
na

 

 

View solution in original post

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