SNMP OID for AssociatedAPs in Virtual WLC 7.4.100.0

Hello Guys!
I need you help for something that I need to do to monitor my Wi-FI network.
I'm using a Virtual WLC (SW Ver 7.4.100.0) where most that 30 APs are associated with, but I would like to monitor each disaciossiation of APs using SNMP. After some search, I have found this OID .1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.1.1.1.38 on some forums but it doesn't work, I see random number in my monitoring tool.
Do you know if there is any another OID to use with this software version or maybe if I have to upgrade to ver7.6 or ver8?
Thanks in advance,
Kevin

I'm assuming you don't own a license for Cisco Prime Infrastructure
One thing you can do is send SNMP traps to your monitoring software from the WLC (I've never used virtual WLC but my assumption is most options are the same. If your software doesn't support SNMP Traps consider a different monitoring software...
Go to Management > SNMP > Trap Receivers and set up your receiver
Then to to Management > SNMP > Trap ControlsHere is where you set what traps are sent via SNMP. If you see the "AP" tab you can set several things.
If you only want to see if an AP is dropping off the network and the above doesn't work, you could just put dhcp reservations on your APs and have your software ping it. This of course is only if its off network, not if it simply disassociates.

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