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Cisco Bug: CSCvh59286 - Cheetah: Improve the rate stats display readability in the "show controller do 1 radio-stats" output

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Jan 18, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Aironet 1850 Series Access Points

Known Affected Releases

8.8(1.32)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
CLI- show controller do 1 radio-stats

Conditions:
x Packets:               2 / 2       Tx Packets:                  2 / 2
Rx Bytes:               200 / 200     Tx Bytes:                  200 / 200
RTS Retries:              0 / 0       Data Retries:                0 / 0
RATE m23-2
Rx Packets:               2 / 2       Tx Packets:                  2 / 2
Rx Bytes:               120 / 120     Tx Bytes:                  120 / 120
RTS Retries:              0 / 0       Data Retries:                0 / 0
RATE m31-4s
Rx Packets:               4 / 4       Tx Packets:                  0 / 0
Rx Bytes:              1400 / 1400    Tx Bytes:                    0 / 0
RTS Retries:              0 / 0       Data Retries:                0 / 0
RATE a1.1-4s
Rx Packets:               2 / 2       Tx Packets:                  0 / 0
Rx Bytes:               260 / 260     Tx Bytes:                    0 / 0
RTS Retries:              0 / 0       Data Retries:                0 / 0

The MCS abbreviation used in the "radio-stats" cli ouput has to be improved for 11n/11ax/11ac rates.
Example:RATE m7b:
These abbreviations we used are not quite clear.There is  another show command that shows more clear text headings for these rates (see dot11_get_rate_text in mvlradiostats.cc file). We need to use this ,that we make these as clear as possible.
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