WLC Manager

The WLC Manager lets you discover, model, and monitor Wireless LAN controller (WLC) module components, regardless of the device it is present in, allows you to centrally manage and configure a number of access points (APs) in a simplified manner within the network environment. WLC Manager provides AP (Wireless Access Point) Names and Device discovery and modeling, AP connectivity status, SNMP trap handling, monitoring of WLC conditions, and performs calculation of and alarming on AP conditions. 
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The WLC Manager lets you discover, model, and monitor Wireless LAN controller (WLC) module components, regardless of the device it is present in, allows you to centrally manage and configure a number of access points (APs) in a simplified manner within the network environment. WLC Manager provides AP (Wireless Access Point) Names and Device discovery and modeling, AP connectivity status, SNMP trap handling, monitoring of WLC conditions, and performs calculation of and alarming on AP conditions. 
WLC Manager discovers all the Access Points (AP) associated with a particular WLC Controller. If the intermediate L2 and L3 devices are discovered connections are automatically made. CA Spectrum creates AP models representing each unique Access Point. These AP models can then be polled for their current operational status (Up or Down).
In addition, WLC Manager supports CAPWAP and CISCO LWAPP (Lightweight Access Point Protocol), a protocol that can control multiple WiFi Wireless Access Points at once. This helps reduce the amount of time spent on configuring, monitoring or troubleshooting a large network. The system also allows network administrators to closely analyze the network. This system is installed in a central server that gathers data from RF devices from different brands and settings. The server can command a selected group of devices to apply given settings simultaneously.
This enables you to monitor the status of the paths between the sites in each of the modeled APs. You can configure threshold alarms to alert you when path changes exceed the configured tolerance.
WLC Manager provides searches that let you quickly find a particular AP or all APs. Search results contain a list of the current Wireless Access Points configured within the environment and their current status. You can drill into a single AP to see the current list of Wireless interfaces participating within that AP as well as the current status of the Access Point(s).