This MIB is intended to be implemented on all those devices operating as Central Controllers (CC) that terminate the Light Weight Access Point Protocol (LWAPP) tunnel from Light-weight Access Points. This MIB represents information about the status of the Multipurpose Power Supply (MPS), used as backup power supply for an Access Point (AP) in the Wireless Mesh Network. The MPS reports status information to the AP periodically. The AP inturn reports the battery status information to the controller periodically as a part of the LWAPP information packet. General Infomation about Cisco Wireless Mesh network: A Mesh AP (MAP) can associate directly with another Root AP (RAP) or with another MAP AP. Each association of AP (MAP-MAP or RAP-MAP) with another AP forms parent-child relationship.
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OID list for CISCO-LWAPP-MESH-BATTERY-MIB
- This table represents information about the backup battery in the 802.11 LWAPP Access Points that have joined the controller as part of mesh network.
- An (conceptual) entry in this table is created when an AP, which joins the controller is a Mesh AP and has a battery already installed. The entry gets deleted when the AP loses its association with the controller or when it fails to report the serial numb ...
- This object represents the model name of the battery.
- This object represents the status of the battery. unknown - Battery status is unknown. normal - Battery is operating normally and is in standby mode ready to takeover if input AC power supply fails. overloaded - Battery is overloaded when more curr ...
- This object represents the charging status of the battery. unknown - Charging state is unknown, disabled - Charging is disabled, charging - Battery is charging, discharging - Battery is discharging, charged - Battery is c ...
- This object represents the charging level of the battery.
- This object represents the remaining time of the battery capacity.
- This object represents the SW version of the battery.
- This object represents the serial number of the battery.
- This object represents the AC voltage across the input terminals the battery.
- This object represents the voltage across the output (load) terminals of the battery.
- This object represents the output power of the battery.
- This object represents the internal voltage of the battery.
- This object represents the temperature of the battery in Celsius.
- This object represents the current of the battery.
- This object controls the generation of 'ciscoLwappMeshBatteryAlarm' notification. A value of 'true' indicates that the notification will be generated for abnormal battery conditions. A value of 'false' indicates that the notification will not be generated ...
- This collection of objects represent the battery specific configuration.
- This collection of objects represent the objects related to enabling/disabling battery related notifications sent by the agent to a network management station.
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