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wireless-controller ap-status

Use this command to designate detected access points as either accepted, rogue, or rogue APs that are suppressed. To see information about detected access points, use the get wireless-controller scan command.

config wireless-controller ap-status
    edit {id}
    # Configure access point status (rogue | accepted | suppressed).
        set id {integer}   AP ID. range[0-4294967295]
        set bssid {mac address}   Access Point's (AP's) BSSID.
        set ssid {string}   Access Point's (AP's) SSID. size[32]
        set status {rogue | accepted | suppressed}   Access Point's (AP's) status: rogue, accepted, or supressed.
                rogue       Rogue AP.
                accepted    Accepted AP.
                suppressed  Suppressed AP.
    next
end

bssid <mac-address>

The access point's basic service set identifier (BSSID), expressed as the AP's wireless MAC address.

ssid <name>

The access point's SSID, expressed as the network name for the wireless interface.

status {rogue | accepted | suppressed}

Status of the AP:

  • rogue: Defines an AP as undesirable, but still available.
  • accepted: Defines an AP as accepted in the wireless network.
  • suppressed: Actively prevents users from connecting to these rogue APs.

If you have rogue APs in your network, you can choose to monitor them. See Monitoring rogue APs.

wireless-controller ap-status

Use this command to designate detected access points as either accepted, rogue, or rogue APs that are suppressed. To see information about detected access points, use the get wireless-controller scan command.

config wireless-controller ap-status
    edit {id}
    # Configure access point status (rogue | accepted | suppressed).
        set id {integer}   AP ID. range[0-4294967295]
        set bssid {mac address}   Access Point's (AP's) BSSID.
        set ssid {string}   Access Point's (AP's) SSID. size[32]
        set status {rogue | accepted | suppressed}   Access Point's (AP's) status: rogue, accepted, or supressed.
                rogue       Rogue AP.
                accepted    Accepted AP.
                suppressed  Suppressed AP.
    next
end

bssid <mac-address>

The access point's basic service set identifier (BSSID), expressed as the AP's wireless MAC address.

ssid <name>

The access point's SSID, expressed as the network name for the wireless interface.

status {rogue | accepted | suppressed}

Status of the AP:

  • rogue: Defines an AP as undesirable, but still available.
  • accepted: Defines an AP as accepted in the wireless network.
  • suppressed: Actively prevents users from connecting to these rogue APs.

If you have rogue APs in your network, you can choose to monitor them. See Monitoring rogue APs.