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Jernej
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WUG monitoring registered APs on WLC 9800

Hello.

 

We use WUG for monitoring and I want to set OID for number of registered APs.

 

For old WLCs (like 5508) the OID is 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.618.1.8.4.0, but it is not working with C9800-CL.

 

We are using SNMPv3.

 

Do anybody know the right OID?

 

Thank you all for replay.

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rrudling
Rising star

1. What version of software - are you using the latest?
2. Regardless of version I recall reading that many old Airepace MIB OIDs are not yet supported on 9800 - check with Cisco TAC.

Hi.

 

Thank you for replay.

 

1. I have SW version 16.12.3.

2. I also have an open tac case, but no answer jet.

Zimmeh1337
Beginner

I have the same problem..

Been trying to build an .oidlib file from the .MIB file you can download at software.cisco.com
After download I've run it through the Paesseler MIB Importer V3 (We currently use PRTG)

However the archieve CISCO-LWAPP-SYS-MIB is not part of the MIB bundle and AIRESPACE-WIRELESS-MIB produces the error Missing import module: AIRESPACE-REF-MIB


MIB archive - CISCO-LWAPP-SYS-MIB - clsSysApConnectCount
Number of joined AP: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.618.1.8.4.0


MIB archive - CISCO-LWAPP-SYS-MIB - clsMaxClientsCount
Number of clients: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.618.1.8.12.0


MIB archive - AIRESPACE-WIRELESS-MIB - bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations
Number of clients per WLAN (last .4 defining WLAN ID #) : 1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.1.1.1.38.4

 

If anybody have some knowledge or anything to share will be much appreciated.

https://community.cisco.com/t5/wireless/how-to-get-more-information-by-monitoring-ewc/m-p/4300857#M226847

They're not supported in current IOS-XE.

MIB compilation is a completely different matter altogether - you may need to edit the MIBs yourself to get them into a form which is 100% compatible with your app.

And yes you always need to find all the other MIB files which the one you're working with has dependencies on.

The SNMP tool is fairly good at showing the dependencies: https://snmp.cloudapps.cisco.com/Support/SNMP/do/BrowseMIB.do?local=en&step=2&submitClicked=true&mibName=AIRESPACE-WIRELESS-MIB#dependencies

Usually they need to be loaded in the correct order too so that the dependencies are loaded first otherwise anything that depends on them will fail.

 

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