Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series Wireless Access

Supports Management Module SM-CIS1016
Device Management
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Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series
Wireless Access Point
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Contents
INTRODUCTION
4
Purpose and Scope ........................................................4
Required Reading ...........................................................4
Supported Devices..........................................................5
The SPECTRUM Model ..................................................5
TASKS
7
DEVICE VIEW
8
CONFIGURATION VIEWS
19
Device Configuration View ............................................19
MODEL INFORMATION VIEW
21
INDEX
22
Interface Icons ................................................................9
Interface Icon Subviews Menu ......................................10
Secondary Address Panel ............................................11
DEVICE TOPOLOGY VIEW
12
APPLICATION VIEWS
13
Main Application View ...................................................13
Supported Applications .................................................14
Common Applications................................................14
Device-Specific MIBs.................................................15
Discovery Application....................................................16
Discovery Cache Table View .................................16
Interface Discovery Status Table ...........................17
PERFORMANCE VIEWS
SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager
18
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Introduction
This section introduces the SPECTRUM Device Management documentation for the Cisco Aironet 340/350
Series Wireless Access Point.
This introduction contains the following topics:
• Purpose and Scope
• Required Reading
• Supported Devices (Page 5)
• The SPECTRUM Model (Page 5)
functionality and navigation techniques, refer to
the topics listed under Required Reading.
Required Reading
To use this documentation effectively, you must
be familiar with the information covered by the
other SPECTRUM online documents listed below.
Purpose and Scope
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Operators
Use this document as a guide for managing the
Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series devices described
on Page 5 with SPECTRUM management module
SM-CIS1016. This document describes the icons,
menus, and views that enable you to remotely
monitor, configure, and troubleshoot Cisco
Aironet 340/350 Series devices through software
models in your SPECTRUM database.
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Administrators
• How to Manage Your Network with
SPECTRUM
• SPECTRUM Views
• SPECTRUM Menus
Information specific to SM-CIS1016 is what is
primarily included in this document. For general
information about device management using
SPECTRUM and explanations of SPECTRUM
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• SPECTRUM Icons
• SPECTRUM Software Release Notice
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Introduction
Supported Devices
Supported Devices
The SPECTRUM Model
SPECTRUM management module SM-CIS1016
currently lets you model the CiscoCAP340
(Aironet Wireless LAN Access Point 340 series),
and the CiscoCAP350 (Aironet Wireless LAN
Access Point 350 series). Cisco Aironet products
can be integrated into wired Ethernet networks,
and they provide protection through full
compliance with the IEEE 802.11b wireless
standard.
The model types for the Cisco Aironet 340/350
Series devices are Aironet, and AWCVX_MIB.
Modeling results in the creation of Device icons
that represent the devices and Application icons
that represent their supported applications.
The Device icons contain double-click zones and
provide access to Icon Subviews menus that let
you perform device management activities such
as those listed in Tasks on Page 7.
As Figure 1 shows, the appearance of the Device
icons varies slightly depending on the kind of view
it appears in.
Figure 1:
Model Name
Device Icons
Small Device icon appears in
Topology and Application views
XYZ_Mxxx
Model Name
Large Device icon appears in
Device Topology, Location, and
Device Interface views.
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Introduction
The SPECTRUM Model
The device-specific Icon Subviews menu options
available from the Device icon are listed below.
Option
Fault
Management
The rest of this document covering management
module SM-CIS1016 is organized as follows:
• Tasks (Page 7)
Accesses the...
• Device View (Page 8)
Fault Management view, which is
described in the How to Manage Your
Network with SPECTRUM
documentation.
• Device Topology View (Page 12)
• Application Views (Page 13)
Device
Device View (Page 8)
• Performance Views (Page 18)
DevTop
Device Topology View (Page 12)
• Configuration Views (Page 19)
Application
Application Views (Page 13)
• Model Information View (Page 21).
Configuration
Configuration Views (Page 19)
Model
Information
Model Information View (Page 21)
Primary
Application
Menu options that let you select the
primary application; for example, Gen
Bridge App, MIB-II, etc.
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Tasks
This section contains an alphabetical list of device management tasks, with each task providing one or more
links to views that let you perform the task.
Administrative Information (check)
Topology (check)
• Model Information View (Page 21)
• Device Topology View (Page 12)
Alarm Thresholds (set)
• Interface Icon Subviews Menu (Page 10)
Configuration Information (check)
• Configuration Views (Page 19)
IP Address (find/change)
• Device View (Page 8)
• Secondary Address Panel (Page 11)
Network Type (check)
• Network Type Label (Page 10)
Performance (check)
• Device View (Page 8)
• Interface Icons (Page 9)
• Performance Views (Page 18)
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Device View
This section describes the Device view and subviews available for models of Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series
devices in SPECTRUM.
Figure 2:
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device
icon, select Device.
Device View
SpectroGRAPH: Router Device: Model Name
This view (Figure 2) uses icons and labels to
represent the device and its components, such as
modules, ports, and applications. The view
provides dynamic configuration and performance
information for each of the device’s serial and
network I/O ports, which are represented by
Interface icons in the bottom panel of the view.
The middle panel of the view displays a Device
icon, which lets you monitor the device operation
and access other device-specific views.
File
View
Tools Bookmarks
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Model Name
Contact
Description
Location
Primary Application Gen Bridge App
Model Name
Sys Up Time
Manufacturer
Device Type
Serial Number
Filter Physical
Interface Description
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Device View
Interface Icons
Interface Icons
Interface Number Label
This label displays the interface (port) number.
Figure 3 shows a close-up of an Interface icon
from the Device view. Most of the informational
labels on the icon also provide double-click access
to other views, as explained in the following label
descriptions.
Figure 3:
Interface Icon
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IF Status Label
This label displays the current status of the
interface for the primary application selected,
e.g., Gen Rtr App or MIB-II App. Table 1 lists the
possible label color representations. Note that the
color of the label also depends on the interface’s
current Administrative Status, which you set in
the Interface Configuration View. This view can be
accessed by double-clicking the Interface Type
label.
Table 1:
c
Color
Interface Status Label Colors
Operational
Status
Administrative
Status
Label
Text
Green
up
up
ON
Blue
down
down
OFF
a
Interface Number Label
b
IF Status Label
Yellow
down
up
OFF
c
Interface Type Label
Red
testing
testing
TEST
d
Network Type Label
e
Physical Address Label
f
IP Address Label
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Interface Type Label
This label identifies the interface type (Ethernet,
ATM, etc.). Double-click this label to access the
Interface Configuration view. See the SPECTRUM
Views documentation.
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Device View
Network Type Label
This label identifies the type of network to which
the interface is connected. Double-click the label
to open the Model Information view for the
interface.
Physical Address Label
This label displays the physical (MAC) address of
the interface. Double-click this label to open the
Address Translation Table (AT).
IP Address Label
This label displays the IP address for the
interface. Double-click this label to open the
Secondary Address Panel (Page 11), which lets
you change the address and mask for the
interface.
Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Table 2: Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Option
Accesses the...
Detail
Interface Detail view, which displays
packet, error, and discard breakdown
statistics for the interface.
IF Configuration
Interface Configuration view (see
SPECTRUM Views).
Address Translation Table (AT) (see
Address
Translation Table SPECTRUM Views).
Secondary
Address Panel
Secondary Address Panel (Page 11).
Thresholds
Interface Threshold view, which lets
you set the on/off alarm thresholds for
load, packet rate, error rate, and %
discarded for the interface.
Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Model
Information
Model Information View (Page 21).
Table 2 lists the device-specific interface Icon
Subviews menu options and the views to which
they provide access.
Trap
Configuration
Interface Trap Configuration view (see
How to Manage Your Network with
SPECTRUM).
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Device View
Secondary Address Panel
Secondary Address Panel
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface
icon in the Device view, select Secondary Address Panel.
This panel provides a table of IP addresses and
masks obtained from the Address Translation
table within the device’s firmware. You can
change the current address displayed in the IP
Address field by selecting an entry from the table
in this panel and clicking the Update button.
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Device Topology View
This section describes the Device Topology view available for models of the Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series
devices.
Figure 4:
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device
icon, select DevTop.
The Device Topology view (Figure 4) shows the
connections between a modeled device and other
network entities. The lower panel of the view uses
Interface icons to represent the device’s serial,
network, and I/O ports. These icons provide the
same information and menu options as those in
the Device View (Page 8). If a device is connected
to a particular interface, a Device icon appears on
the vertical bar above the Interface icon along
with an icon representing the network group that
contains the device.
Device Topology View
SpectroGRAPH: Device Topology: Model Name
File
View
Tools
Help
Bookmarks
Model Name
Graphic of
Cisco Aironet
Device
Aironet
Refer to the SPECTRUM Views documentation for
details on Device Topology view.
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Application Views
This section describes the main Application view and the associated application-specific subviews available for
models of Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series devices in SPECTRUM.
Figure 5:
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device
icon, select Application.
Main Application View
SpectroGRAPH: Application: Model Name
Help
File View Tools Bookmarks
Main Application View
When a device model is created, SPECTRUM
automatically creates models for each of the
major and minor applications supported by the
device. The main Application view identifies all of
these application models, shows their current
condition status, and provides access to
application-specific subviews. Figure 5 shows this
view in the Icon mode. If you prefer the List mode,
which displays applications as text labels, select
View > Mode > List.
Model Name
Network Address
System Up Time
Contact
Manufacturer
Description
Device Type
Location
Serial Number
Model
ModelName
Name
Aironet
6E132_25
For more information on this view, refer to the
MIBs and the Application View document.
Model Name of type <model type> of Landscape node: Primary
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Application Views
Supported Applications
Supported Applications
SPECTRUM’s applications can be grouped within
two general categories as follows:
• Applications associated with non proprietary
MIBs. See Common Applications below.
• Applications associated with device-specific
MIBs. See Device-Specific MIBs (Page 15).
Common Applications
For the most part, these applications represent
the non proprietary MIBs supported by devices.
Listed below (beneath the title of the SPECTRUM
document that describes them) are some of the
common applications currently supported by
SPECTRUM. Refer to these documents when your
devices support these applications.
The documents listed below (in bold
font) are available for viewing at:
Note:
Note:
www.aprisma.com/manuals/
OSPF
OSPF2
BGP4
VRRP
RFC 2932
• Bridging Applications
- Ethernet Special Database
- Spanning Tree
- Static
- Transparent
- PPP Bridging
- Source Routing
- Translation
- QBridge
• MIB II Applications
- SNMP
- IP
- ICMP
- TCP
- System2
- UDP
• Transmission Applications
- FDDI
- Point to Point
- DS1
- DS3
• Routing Applications
- Generic Routing
- Repeater
- AppleTalk
- DECnet
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Application Views
-
RS-232
WAN
Frame Relay
Token Ring
Ethernet
Fast Ethernet
RFC 1317App
RFC 1285App
RFC 1315App
802.11App
SONET
• Technology Applications
- APPN
- ATM Client
- DHCP
- DLSw
- PNNI
- RFC 1316App
- RFC 1514
- RFC 2287
- RFC 2790
- RFC 2925
• DOCSIS Applications
- DOCSISCblDvApp
- DOCSISQOSApp
- DOCSISBPI2App
- DOCSISBPIApp
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Supported Applications
-
DOCSISIFApp
• Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Applications
- ADSL
Device-Specific MIBs
SPECTRUM imports the following device-level
proprietary MIB into its database:
• AWCVX-MIB.my
This MIB can be used in conjunction with
SPECTRUM’s optional customization products
(referred to as the Level I Tool Kits) to create
application models and views that display the
condition of selected MIB objects.
Note:
Note:
Aprisma Management Technologies
can provide training, technical
assistance, and custom engineering
support services for creating
application models and their
associated views.
The following device-specific application is
described in the remainder of this section:
• Discovery Application (Page 16)
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Application Views
Discovery Application
Discovery Application
This application (CiscoCDPApp) has three menu
options that provide access to the following views.
• Discovery Cache Table View (Page 16)
• Interface Discovery Status Table (Page 17)
• Model Information View (Page 21)
Device Port
The Port-ID string as reported in the most recent
CDP message. This will typically be the value of
the ifName object (e.g., ‘Ethernet0’.) The zerolength string indicates no Port-ID field was
reported in the most recent CDP message.
Platform
The device’s hardware platform as reported in the
most recent CDP message. The zero-length string
indicates that no Platform field was reported in
the most recent CDP message.
Discovery Cache Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoCDPApp Application icon, select Cache.
This table contains the cached information
obtained by receiving Cisco Discovery Protocol
(CDP) messages.
Type
An indication of the type of address contained in
the corresponding instance of cdpCacheAddress.
Capabilities
The device’s functional capabilities as reported in
the most recent CDP message. For the latest set
of specific values, see the latest version of the
CDP specification. The zero-length string
indicates no Capabilities field was reported in the
most recent CDP message.
Address
The (first) network-layer address of the device’s
SNMP-agent as reported in the most recent CDP
message.
Device ID
The Device-ID string as reported in the most
recent CDP message. The zero-length string
indicates no Device-ID field was reported in the
most recent CDP message.
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Application Views
Discovery Application
Interface Discovery Status Table
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoCDPApp Application icon, select Interfaces.
This table contains the status of Cisco Discovery
Protocol (CDP) on the device’s interfaces.
IF
The interface index value of the local interface.
Discovery
An indication of whether the Cisco Discovery
Protocol is currently running on this interface.
Group
This object is only relevant to interfaces that are
repeater ports on 802.3 repeaters; it indicates the
RFC1516 group number of the repeater port that
corresponds to this interface.
Port
This object is only relevant to interfaces that are
repeater ports on 802.3 repeaters; it indicates the
RFC1516 port number of the repeater port that
corresponds to this interface.
Interval
The interval at which CDP (Cisco Discovery
Protocol) messages are to be generated on this
interface. The default value is 60 seconds.
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Performance Views
This section introduces the Performance view. For details concerning this view, refer to the SPECTRUM Views
documentation.
Performance views display performance statistics
in terms of a set of transmission attributes, e.g.,
cell rates, frame rates, % error, etc. A typical view
is shown in Figure 6. The instantaneous
condition of each transmission attribute is
recorded in a graph. The statistical information
for each attribute is presented in the adjacent
table.
Generally, you determine performance at the
device level through Performance views accessed
from the Device and Application icons. You
determine performance at the port/interface level
through Performance views accessed from
Interface icons.
Figure 6:
Performance View
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Device Type
Performance View
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Configuration Views
This section describes the Configuration views available for models of the Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series devices
in SPECTRUM.
Configuration views let you see and modify
current settings for the modeled device and its
interfaces, ports, and applications. The following
Configuration views are available for models of
Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series devices:
Figure 7:
Device Configuration View
SpectroGRAPH: Model Name
File View Tools Bookmarks
Help
Model Name
• Device Configuration View (Page 19)
Net Address
Contact
Manufacturer
Sys Up Time
Description
Location
Device Type
Serial Number
Configuration View
Device Configuration View
Contact Status
Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration Options
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device
icon, select Configuration.
Sort
A typical Device Configuration view is shown in
Figure 7. Generally, this view includes a few fields
that display device information as well as an
Interface Configuration Table that lists interface
parameters, some of which can be changed (see
SPECTRUM Views). Some Device Configuration
views include one or more buttons that provide
access to device-specific configuration
information. These are described below.
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Number of Interfaces
Find
Index
Update
Interface Address Translation
Interface Configuration Table
Description
Type
Bandwidth
Physical Addre
IP Address of type Model of Landsape: Primary
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Configuration Views
Device Configuration View
Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration Options
Refer to the SPECTRUM Views documentation
Interface Address Translation
Refer to the SPECTRUM Views documentation.
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Model Information View
This section provides a brief overview of the Model Information view.
Model Information views display administrative
information about devices and their applications
and let you set thresholds and alarm severity for
the devices.
Figure 8:
Model Information View
SpectroGRAPH: Model Name
File View Tools Bookmarks
Figure 8 shows a sample Model Information view.
The layout of this view is the same for all model
types in SPECTRUM but some information will
vary depending on the model it defines. Refer to
the SPECTRUM Views documentation for a
complete description of this view.
Help
Contact
Manufacturer
SysUpTime
Model Name
Description
Location
Net Address
Device Type
Serial Number
Model Information View
General Information
MM Name
MM Part Number
Condition
Condition Value
MM Version Number
Contact Status
Model Type
Lost Child Count
Model Creation Time
Value When Yellow
Model Created By
Value When Orange
Value When Red
Model State
Security String
Communication Information
DCM TimeOut
Community Name
DCM Retry
Mgnmt Protocol
Poll / Log Information
Logged
Poll Interval
Poll Status
Polled
True
Log Ratio
Last Successful Poll
IP Address of Model Type of Landscape: Primary
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Index
A
H
Address
Interface IP 10
Physical (MAC) 10
Translation 11
Admin Status 9
Applications 13
Hardware 5
CiscoCAP340 5
CiscoCAP350 5
Information 21
Types of 5
I
N
CiscoCDPApp 16
Common Applications 14
Configuration
Device 19
Icon
Subview documentation 6
Subviews 6
Icons
Device 5
Interface 9
IF Configuration 10
Interface
Type, Device 9
D
L
S
Device Specific MIBs 15
DevTop Views 12
Discovery Application
Cache Table View 16
Interface Discovery Status
Table 17
Documentation 4
Line Statuses 18
Serial ports 12
Supported Applications 14
C
M
Management Tasks 7
Mask 11
Model
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Network I/O ports 12
Network Type 10
P
Performance Statistics 18
Port Number, Device 9
T
Threshold Information 10
Troubleshooting 7
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Index
Index
V
Viewing other documents 14
list 14
online 14
SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager
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