Configuring WLC related Thresholds

You can configure minor, major and critical thresholds from the OneClick Explorer View > Wireless Device/ Controller level > Information Tab> Cisco Light Weight Access Point Protocol/ Aruba Controller Information > Thresholds to generate alarms related to WLC/ AP/ Clients.Please refer to the list below to view where the corresponding alarms are asserted.
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You can configure minor, major and critical thresholds from the 
OneClick Explorer View
 > 
Wireless Device/ Controller level
 > 
Information Tab
Cisco Light Weight Access Point Protocol/ Aruba Controller Information
 > 
Thresholds
 to generate alarms related to WLC/ AP/ Clients.
Please refer to the list below to view where the corresponding alarms are asserted.
 Threshold violation alarms will not work if the devices are modeled using snmp v1. It is recommended to model them using snmp v2 or v3.
 
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Access Points
 
  • Number of Access Points supported by current WLC device
  • Max supported is defined in device configuration (WLC MIBs)
Alarm(s) are asserted on WLC
 
Mobile Nodes/Clients
 
  • Number of Clients supported by current WLC device
  • Max supported is defined in device configuration (WLC MIBs)
Alarm(s)are asserted on WLC
 
Access Point Users
 
  • Number of Users supported by each AP (applicable for all APs under current WLC device)
  • Max supported is configurable by the user (Default Value: 500)
Alarm(s) are asserted on AP
 
Download Volume Per Client
 
  • Download data used per Client (applicable for all clients under current WLC device)
  • Max supported is configurable by the user (Default value: 10240 MB)
Alarm(s) are asserted on AP, under which Client is latched
 
Upload Volume Per Client
 
  • Upload data used per Client (applicable for all clients under current WLC device)
  • Max supported is configurable by the user (Default value: 10240 MB)
Alarm(s) are asserted on AP, under which Client is latched