Viewing LTE APs

You can view a summary of LTE APs that are added to RUCKUS LTE AP Managemet account and review all of their statuses from the Access Points list.

Follow these steps to view APs from the LTE tab. To view Wi-Fi APs, refer to Viewing Wi-Fi APs.

Note: When viewing the APs, table columns can be added and removed, and the columns are sortable on all relevant screens (APs, Dashboard, Venue Details, and Network screens). On the client side, the columns and their order is saved and are applied to all relevant tables. After a user deselects a column, its order is not saved. For the APs screen, the AP column is pinned and cannot be moved or removed.
  1. On the Dashboard, click APs.
    The Access Points page appears with the LTE tab, by default. The number in brackets indicates the number of managed LTE APs in your account.
  2. Review the information about your LTE APs under the following default columns.
    Beginning with RUCKUS LTE 22.02 release, you can view the Cell 1 Status and Cell 2 Status of an AP. Click cog icon to access the Add Column option. Check Cell Cell 1 Status and Cell 2 Status options and click Save.
    • AP: The name of the access point. To view details about this LTE AP, click the AP name.
    • Status: The current status of the AP, for example, Operational).
    • Model: The hardware model of the Ruckus LTE AP.
    • IP Address: The IP address assigned to the LTE AP by the local network of tenant that is used to connect to the Cloud.
    • Serial Number: The serial number of the LTE AP.
    • Venue: The name of the venue.
    • Timing Role: The timing role, for example, Master, Slave or Independent.
    • Timing Sync Status: The time synchronization status, for example, Locked.
    • Up Time: Time in days and hour since the last reboot.
    • Tags: Displays any tags assigned to the AP.
    • Cell1 Status: Displays the Cell 1 status.
    • Cell2 Status: Displays the Cell 2 status.
  3. Review the information about your LTE APs under the following columns that can be selected by users.
    • AP Firmware: The current firmware (software) version which is running on the LTE AP.
    • Last Seen: The status of the AP when it was last connected to the cloud.
    • eNodeB ID: The global eNodeB Identifier.
    • CBSD ID: Citizens Broadband Radio Service Device (CBSD) identifier. This is allocated to the AP by SAS after successful registration.
    • EPC Connection: The Evolved Packet Core (EPC) connection status.
    • Clients: The number of LTE clients that are currently served by this AP.
    • EARFCN: E-UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number that uniquely identifies the LTE band and carrier frequency.
    • PCI: Physical Cell Identifiers (PCIs) that provides a psuedo-unique value for identifying nodes. PCI is unique per AP during operation and it is used to identify the serving cell on client devices.
    • MAC Address: MAC Address of the AP.
    CPI Certification-related Column
    • Latitude: The latitude of the location.
    • Longitude: The longitude of the location.
    • Height: The height above the ground level.
    • Deployment: Where the AP is deployed.
    • FCC ID: The FCC ID of the AP
    • Antenna Beamwidth: The antenna beam width.
    • Antenna Azimuth: The antenna azimuth.
    • Antenna Down Tilt: The antenna down tilt.
    • Antenna Gain: The antenna gain.
    • CPI Certification: The CPI Certification.
  4. To sort a large number of APs by the column name, click the name of the column, for example, by Status.
You have completed viewing a summary of all LTE APs that are added to your LTE AP Management account.