Spotlighting Wireless Devices

Spotlighting Wireless Devices in the Topology view helps you determine relationships between WLC Devices and Access Points on your network. Use the OneClick Spotlight feature to see all Access Points related to a WLC (Wireless Controller) in the Topology view.
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Spotlighting Wireless Devices in the Topology view helps you determine relationships between WLC Devices and Access Points on your network. Use the OneClick Spotlight feature to see all Access Points related to a WLC (Wireless Controller) in the Topology view.
When spotlighting in the Topology views, you can select only single WLC device.
To spotlight Wireless Devices:
  1. Open
    OneClick.
  2. Expand the desired landscape on the
    Explorer
    tab and select
    Universe
    .
    Details about the selected
    Universe
    appear in the
    Contents
    panel.
  3. Click the
    Topology
    tab.
    The topology of the Universe is displayed.
  4. Click  Spotlight View Icon
    (Spotlight View)
    and select
    WLC Device List 
    from the list of options.
    The
    WLC Device List
    dialog opens.
  5. Select a
    WLC Device 
    from the list of options..
    Spotlight_WLC_Device101.png
CA Spectrum
 spotlights the WLC device selected from the list and its corresponding APs (Access Points) by dimming all other models/devices in the topology. 
Spotlighting Aruba Wireless Devices
Since an Aruba network uses a master/local architecture, if you select a Master controller from the WLC Device List, it's local controller(s) and the APs associated with the Master controller(s) are also highlighted.
As you can see in the following setup, the master controller is selected for spotlighting from the WLC Device List. The master controller and and it's associated AP along with it's local controller are also highlighted.
Spotlight Aruba Master Local.png  
You can use the
Hide Icons
option in the
WLC Device List
dialog to view only the selected WLC device and its APs.
 To view information about the selected WLC Device from the list, click  'View the Component Detail for the selected model' button (on the WLC Device List dialog)  (View the
Component Detail)
on the
WLC Device List
dialog.