AIRONET-350 Wireless AP Confirming how long the AP has been up?

Posted on 2011-04-20
Last Modified: 2013-10-07
I am starting to work with AIRONET-350 Wireless AP's and I have been looking through manuals and on-line. But  I haven't been able to determine how to check to see how long the AP has been up. I've checked under the Log tab and Help tab, but no luck. Is there a way to verify this?
Question by:P_Diddy
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    by:Craig Beck
    If its running VxWorks you should be able to see this on the Home page (top-right corner using the Web GUI).  If you have configured the time on the AP you will see the time, so you may have to go to the logs to see when the first event was logged then work it out from the time.

    If its running IOS you should see it in the top-right corner of the home page using the Web GUI, or if you TELNET to it you can issue the SHOW VERSION command and it will show you the uptime there.

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    Hello craigbeck,

    I never noticed the time in the  (top-right corner using the Web GUI).  Thanks for the help.

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