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Cisco Aironet Signal Strength Between AP's

I have 2 cisco aironet Access points setup and i want to see the signal between the 2. I know nothing is available via gui to do this but i was told there was in cli to monitor signal or RSSI.
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amprantiCommented:
sh dot11 associations

show your the mac address of the other AP
then:

sh dot11 associations <MAC_address>

You will get a full list of connection characteristics
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amprantiCommented:
The correct command is

sh dot11 associations <MAC_address>

(rich text mistype, sorry)
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v46nAuthor Commented:
and i assume its obviously the mac of the air interface?
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amprantiCommented:
yes. Replace with the value you get from "sh dot11 associations" command
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v46nAuthor Commented:
does this just do a capture at the time you ask or is it done on startup?
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v46nAuthor Commented:
nevermind i see that it updates everytime. Thanks for the help!
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