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For some reason on a Cisco WAP571, the SNMP value returned from apRadioNumAssociatedStations is always zero. This is true on firmware tested WAP571 (pgwap571, 1.1.0.3). I have a few of these units around that are not updated to the latest firmware and will test that OID. I can find data in the apAssocTable to create…

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snmptable -Cl -CB -Ci -OX -Cb -Cc 16 -Cw 64 -v2c -c <community> <host:port> CISCO-WLAN-ACCESS-POINT-MIB::apAssocTable On a Cisco WAP571, it produces the following output. Interface Authenticated Associated RxPackets TxPackets RxBytes TxBytes ListenInterval LastRssi TxDropBytes RxDropBytes TxDropPackets RxDropPackets ClntQoSStatus BwLimitUp BwLimitDown ACLType ACL Policy TsViolateTxPack TsViolateRxPack Uptime index: [8:c5:e1:35:b5:89] wlan1vap2 yes yes 17056 23016 3871353 25017797…

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ESXi 4.1 and 5.0 Enable SNMP SSH to host and edit the SNMP.XML file: vi /etc/vmware/snmp.xml Make the following changes: <config> <snmpSettings> <enable>true</enable> <communities>public</communities> <targets>192.168.1.100@public</targets> </snmpSettings> </config> Restart management agents with the following command: /etc/init.d/hostd restart On ESXi 5.1 and 5.5 enable SNMP SSH to host and run the following command: esxcli system snmp set –communities=public…

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