Access Points > Overview > Routing

The Routing tab in the overview section of an Access Point provides the routing information that is used to monitor, report, and troubleshoot the network infrastructure. The Routing tab under Manage > Overview in the Access Point dashboard displays information pertaining to the Routes Summary and Routes.

Routing Tab

To navigate to the Routing tab in the Access Points dashboard, complete the following steps:

  1. In the Aruba Central app, set the filter to one of the options under Groups, Labels, or Sites containing at least one AP.
  2. For all devices, set the filter to Global. The dashboard context for the selected filter is displayed.

  3. Under Manage, click Devices > Access Points.

    A list of APs are displayed.

  4. Click an AP in the Access Points table.

    The dashboard context for that AP is displayed.

  5. Click the Routing tab.
  6. The Routes Summary and the Routes tables are displayed.

    You can change the time range for the Routing tab by clicking the time range filter and selecting one of the available options.

    To exit the Access Point dashboard, click the back arrow on the filter.

Routes Summary

The Routes Summary displays the following information:

  • Capacity—Number of routes currently configured. Also displays the maximum number of allowed routes.
  • Connected—Number of connected routes.
  • Static—Number of static routes.
  • Overlay—Number of overlay connections.

Figure 1  Routes Summary

Routes

The Routes table displays the following information:

Figure 2  Routes details

  • Click the settings icon to select the default columns to be displayed on the Routes table.
  • Click the settings icon and click Reset to default to reset the default columns that are displayed on the Routes table.
  • Click the filtericon on each column header row to search for an entry by typing the relevant data. On the Protocol column you can select a value from the drop-down list.
  • Click the icon on each column header row to arrange the data in ascending or descending order.
  • Click the refresh icon on the Routes table to refresh the table data.