list of aps serial number from rfs

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Hi

Is there any way to get a list of aps and serial numbers from a controller rfs with wingOS?

I tested with the Asset Discovery Tool but through vpn it does not work.

Thanks.

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show adoption info

Provide AP Name, MAC, AP Type, AP Model and SN
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David Choi, Employee

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In addition to Timo's answer, "show adoption status" will show version information on each APs.
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Ignace Vyncke

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show adoption info on rfs4000-E0Exxx
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Perfect. Thank you very much. The show adoption info command has worked correctly for me.

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You can also customize the command to only display the information you require per these instructions:

How to customize the Show commands displayed output on WiNG controllers or APs
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You can run CLI command ' show adoption info' 

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Christopher Frazee, Employee

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The CLI command "show adoption info" will only display currently adopted APs (not offline APs). 
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Andrew Webster

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Is there a way to get serial numbers of the APs that are offline?
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Robert Zarzycki, Employee

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When APs is not adopted (offline - not showing up in the WLC) and if AP has a console cable than you can log in to it directly and run cli command 'show version'. 
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Yeah, I was thinking more along the lines of serial number gets logged somewhere on the controller for posterity.  (product enhancement)
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Is there a WiNG 4 equivalent command does anyone know?
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rfs7000-37FABE(config)#show wireless ap configured
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 IDX NAME MAC PROFILE RF-DOMAIN ADOPTED-BY
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 1 ap71xx-4AA708 00-04-96-4A-A7-08 default-ap71xx default un-adopted
 2 ap71xx-11E6C4 00-23-68-11-E6-C4 default-ap71xx default un-adopted
 3 ap650-000001  00-A0-F8-00-00-01 default-ap650  default un-adopted
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rfs7000-37FABE(config)#
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Two commands come to mind...

show wireless ap
show wireless radio

In these older installs, the MAC address of the AP is the serial number of the AP.
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I cant believe the MAC also doubles as the Serial Number (AP300). That makes things much easier from an inventory perspective at least. Thanks for this :)