wireless-controller : ap-status
 
ap-status
Use this command to designate detected access points as accepted or rogue or to suppress a rogue AP.
To get information about detected access points, use the get wireless-controller scan command.
Syntax
config wireless-controller ap-status
edit <ap_id>
set bssid <bssid>
set ssid <ssid>
set status {accepted | rogue | suppressed}
end
Variable
Description
Default
<ap_id>
Enter a number to identify this access point.
No default.
bssid <bssid>
Enter the access point’s BSSID. This is the wireless AP’s wireless MAC address.
00:00:00:00:00:00
ssid <ssid>
Enter the wireless service set identifier (SSID) or network name for the wireless interface.
No default.
status {accepted | rogue | suppressed}
Select the desired status for this AP: accepted or rogue.
rogue