Export AP names for BSSID for use with Fluke AirCheck

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Run this script on your ExtremeWireless controller (IdentiFi).

https://pastebin.com/5xssmciU

Output as follows

    D8:84:66:60:E9:60 authorized Rama-158
    D8:84:66:60:E9:61 authorized Rama-158
    D8:84:66:60:E9:68 authorized Rama-158
    D8:84:66:60:E9:69 authorized Rama-158
    D8:84:66:60:F3:60 authorized Rama-154
    D8:84:66:60:F3:61 authorized Rama-154

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Very nice, Jeremy. Thanks for sharing!
This would be a great addition to the ExtremeScripting repository on our GitHub if you wanted to add it. Just add an /ExtremeWireless/bash/ folder to the repo and toss together a quick readme for it.

I'm happy to do this for you, if you'd like.

-Drew
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Sure, I can do that.  I am just editing it a bit to make it a bit more fool proof.