From the Cisco DNA Spaces: Detect and Locate > Deployment Information window, you can get an overview of the deployment across several floors and controllers. You can now view the following information:
Active Access Points (APs)
APs connected to controller
APs you have placed on the uploaded map.
There are two graphs displayed on the Deployment Information page. One graph contains information collected from the controller and the other contains the same information collected from the Cisco DNA Spaces maps. You can now compare the information in the two graphs and check if the information is the same.
From the following image, you can observe the APs connected to Controller graph which provides information regarding the controller. This graph indicates that while 11 APs are connected to the controller, only eight are actually sending data to the controller. Three APs are not sending any data to the controller. The graph also shows that three APs are not placed on the Cisco DNA Spaces maps. Finally, the graph indicates that eight APs are placed on the Cisco DNA Spaces map.
From the following image, you can also observe the APs placed on Map graph. This graph displays information regarding the Cisco DNA Spaces maps. The graph shows that there are 37 APs on Cisco DNA Spaces maps. This number includes access points that are active, inactive, and stale. Out of this, eight APs are connected to the controller and 29 are not connected to any controller, even though they are present on the Cisco DNA Spaces maps.
You can also identify which APs are inactive and why they are inactive. Inactive APs are placed on the Cisco DNA Spaces map, but do not report the data they receive. Data is not reported because the APs are either not connected to the controller or they are connected but not sending the measured data. You can find the specifics of this information by cross-checking with the graphs. In the following image, observe the APs placed on Map section, and observe that 29 APs are inactive (Inactive APs) and 29 APs are not connected to the controller (APs not connected to the controller).
Click on each metric to see a detailed list of APs.