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Shut down LED on cisco LAP1131AG

Hello,

is it possible to shut down the LED on the AP LAP1131AG?

When yes, where could I find intformations how to switch it off?

Thanks a lot.

Best regards

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Rob Huffman
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Hi Christian,

Scott is most correct here +5 my friend!

I'll add this just in case you actually have an Autonomous AP;

This example shows how to turn-off the 1130AG Status LED:

AP(config)# led display off

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/access_point/12.4_3g_JA/command/reference/cr43main_external_docbase_0900e4b180443057_4container_external_docbase_0900e4b180480623.html#wp3339779

This should be seen in a "show run" for the AP

Cheers!

Rob

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The config t is not needed on an LWAPP AP. Everything is configured for that ap from the WLC.

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Here is the commands... you can do all or just one at a time:

(WLC) >config ap led-state disable ?

all            Applies the configuration to all connected APs.

     Enter the name of the Cisco AP.

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Scott

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Scott Fella
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From the CLI of the WLC issues a config ap led-state ?

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Yes I mean the LED which show the state of the AP.

No... That is the command. Config ap led-state disable. I put the question mark be cause its either the ap name then disable or disable then ap name.

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Could I do that from remote or must I connect me directly on the AP?

That must be done on the WLC when the AP has joined. You have a LAP, so that means its lightweight and requires a WLC. An AP1131AG is autonomous or stand alone.

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Rob Huffman
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Hi Christian,

Scott is most correct here +5 my friend!

I'll add this just in case you actually have an Autonomous AP;

This example shows how to turn-off the 1130AG Status LED:

AP(config)# led display off

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/access_point/12.4_3g_JA/command/reference/cr43main_external_docbase_0900e4b180443057_4container_external_docbase_0900e4b180480623.html#wp3339779

This should be seen in a "show run" for the AP

Cheers!

Rob

"Celebration it's around us, every nations, all around us.
Singin' forever young, singin' songs underneath that sun" - K'naan

Thanks Rob... also +5 for putting the autonomous command!

Thanks,

Scott

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Hello,

thanks for the great example, but I have now an other Problem on my AP.

I log me in, go to the "enable" state an then I can't go to the "config" menu, why?

Is there a special option that I must turn on?

Thanks.

I forgot an information, the AP is configured on LWAPP, so it is conected to an controller.

The config t is not needed on an LWAPP AP. Everything is configured for that ap from the WLC.

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-Scott
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But when I will change on controller, it will change on every AP? But I only want to do on one Ap, is it possible too?

Here is the commands... you can do all or just one at a time:

(WLC) >config ap led-state disable ?

all            Applies the configuration to all connected APs.

     Enter the name of the Cisco AP.

Thanks,


Scott

Help out other by using the rating system and marking answered questions as "Answered"

-Scott
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