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show ap spectrum-load-balancing

show ap spectrum-load-balancing [group <group>]


This command shows spectrum load balancing information for an AP with this feature enabled.




group <group>

Filter this information to show only data for the specified spectrum load balancing domain.


The output of the command below shows the APs currently using the spectrum load-balancing domain default-1.

(host)[mynode] #show ap spectrum-load-balancing group default-1


Spectrum Load Balancing Group


Name IP Address Domain Assignment Clients

---- ---------- ------ ---------- -------

ap121-1 default-1 149/21 3

ap124-1 default-1 48/15 3

ap125-1 default-1 44/15 2

The output of this command includes the following information:




Name of an AP.

IP address

IP address of the AP.


Name of the spectrum load balancing domain assigned to the AP.


Current channel and power assignment for the AP.


Number of clients currently using the AP.

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