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CCNA Wireless 640-722 Official Cert Guide by David Hucaby

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Working with WLC Logs

While a controller is busy managing connections with APs, handling client traffic, and monitoring wireless activity, it also keeps a record of events that occur. You can view the controller logs to see more information about important events or share the contents with Cisco TAC when you have a service request open.

A controller maintains three types of logs, as listed in Table 21-2. You can display the log contents in a CLI session with the command shown.

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Table 21-2 Controller Logs

The trap log is probably the most useful to wireless network administrators. Traps are messages that are recorded and reported in real time, ...

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