Get radio mac of AP's in zone

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Hi, how can I quickly get all radio MAC of AP's in a perticular zone/group?

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Samuel Eng

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Jakob Peterhänsel

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Same question from me!

I can export the AP list from the Monitor page, but there is no where to add the MAC's from the SSID's

Ruckus: This is highly needed for Survey reasons, and grep'ing the list does not always match all SSID's.

Web, CLI - anything!!
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Max O'Driscoll, AlphaDog

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All APs MACs can be exported (as you state) as image below...does this help?




edit:
zones/groups don't show but a little bit of XL rearrangement might put them in the groupings you want. If you originally put your APs in some logical order (by IP or name) then sorting will be easier. Obviously you have to know your APs and groups or refer back to ZD gui repeatedly...but it can be done if clumsily!
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Bill Burns, AlphaDog

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Does this provide all BSSIDs or one management MAC address for each AP?
I believe the OP is looking for all BSSIDs.
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Max O'Driscoll, AlphaDog

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Correct Bill, just the management MAC. The BSSIDs are only available through the individual AP info pages in Zone Director. There is some logical assignment to them (by band and name) but unable to figure it out enough to be confident of predicting.

So not so helpful.
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Bill Burns, AlphaDog

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Samuel:

If you have a linux machine available, you can download these scripts:
https://github.com/bot779/getruckus

To get what (I think) you're looking for, you would need (at least) the "makeapalias" and "getruckusapvap" files.

Once those work, you may want the "makeapnames.sed" and "getruckusapnames" files.

You may need to edit the scripts to include the IP address and SNMP community string of your controller.
If everything works as intended, you should get an ApAlias file that's compatible w/ the latest version of inSSIDer Office. (Version 4)

Let me know if that works for you or if you have trouble.