2 Replies Latest reply: Oct 29, 2017 6:35 PM by elfirizal
I'm able to use the Cisco Prime API and extract information about the Wireless LAN Controllers, so no problem with the usage.
However, I could not find in the online documentation (https://developer.cisco.com/site/prime-infrastructure/documents/api-reference/rest-api-v3-1/) where is the part where I can extract the "AP limit"
In the web-GUI of Cisco Prime, there is a section for Administration -->Licenses and Software Updates ---> Licenses.
This is a dashboard where it shows the list of Wireless LAN Controllers, the ip address, model, number of AP that is currently registered and the "AP Limit" ... I can get and see all the other information except the last one ("AP Limit") using GetWlanControllers as described in this online documentation (https://developer.cisco.com/media/prime-infrastructure-api-reference-v3-1/192.168.115.187/webacs/api/v1/data/WlanControllerscc3b.html?_docs)
There is no mention of the "API Limit" or "basically the "license" that tells up to how many Access Points.
However, this "AP Limit" is visible on the web-GUI of Cisco Prime as a separate column , so im thinking it must be from other table that is joined so the table is displayed on the web-Gui.
May I ask if someone can point me in the right direction which command or API documentation is this available?