Under the Admin Page, and 'Views by Device Type' check and see what view the router is listed as. I believe it has to be listed as Wireless Autonomous AP to show up in the Wireless tab.
Ahh i see where you're talking about. I changed it to Wireless Autonomous AP.
Now the page where it is suspose to have additional wireless details says "Wireless device was not found in database!"
I have done a rediscover/poll and still nothing.. i'll give it some more time and poke around to see if i can find out why it's not detecting it as a Wireless AP.
Ahh I believe I know what the issue is. I've got Cisco 871s and 881s. The 871s it recognized correctly but the 881 it does not. This is probably because of how the 881 is designed. If you're familiar with them you know that you have to configure the wireless AP on the Cisco 881 as a separate module. You can assign separate snmp information for that module. I'd go back and add the module as a separate device and that should show up in the wireless.
WE have a remote 871W router we like to monitor with Orion NMP, We are not sure what we needs to be setup in the Cisco 871w router to get the SNMP polling work. Can you please help us if you got it working already? Thanks in Advance,
##SNMP SETTINGS on CISCO 871W ROUTER#######
snmp-server view dot11view ieee802dot11 included
snmp-server community public view ieee802dot11 RW
snmp-server enable traps snmp linkdown linkup coldstart warmstart
snmp-server host X.X.X.X version 2c public
From my research here are a couple of items to try:
- The Cisco 881-W’s have two modules; the router and the access point. The access point gets a second ip address which is what I point solar winds to for monitoring.
- If that doesn't work, check out the attached txt file for detailed instructions.
cisco881w.txt 1.7 KB