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How to install, configure and use the Stadium Tool 2.0 with the Extreme Campus Controller

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TitleHow to install, configure and use the Stadium Tool 2.0 with the Extreme Campus Controller
Question
How to install, configure and use the Stadium Tool 2.0 with the Extreme Campus Controller
How do I upgrade the Stadium Tool to a the latest version?
Should I upgrade my Stadium Tool to the 2.0 version?
Environment
  • Extreme Campus Controller
  • XCC
  • XCA
  • Stadium Tool
  • Access Point migration
  • Upgrade
  • GUi
Answer
Should you upgrade?  Yes.  The latest Stadium Tool has a GUI and is easier to use. 

Installation instructions
1. Uninstall the old Stadium Tool if previously installed
2. Generate a new api key by navigating to Administration --> Accounts --> Select Account name --> Generate new api key 
3. Download key that is generated
4. Select Applications and "Add" 
5 Fill in the details per the screen shot below:
User-added image
         
Name   = stadium
Title  = stadium Application
Image  = extremecanada/stadium
Config files mapping  =  api_keys.json   +  /code-directory/dash/data/api_keys.json
Port mapping  =  55009  +   15002    + TCP
Save settings and click Back
6. Select the + icon to install the Stadium Tool and then Registry to upload the application from Docker Hub
7. Once the file is uploaded you will see the tool installed as below.  Select the information icon in order to upload the api key that was generated and saved in step 2 and 3 above.
User-added image
8. Select the api_keys.json file and an upload icon will appear
User-added image
 
8. Once uploaded, click Start and
9. The Stadium Tool is now started.  Access the tool using this URL:  http://<XCC IP address>:<port mapped in step 5>/dashStadium
Syntax example:   
http://1.2.3.4:55009/dashStadium

Steps for Use
GUI Overview
The application is divided into 4 tabs:
1. Export Tab is where you are able to export and download APs from specific sites
2. Import Tab allows you to upload csv files to import APs into the system
3. Settings Tab lets you change the settings related to the XCA container
4. Logs Tab displays the logs and any error messages

Export Tab
The Export Tab is where the user can select specific sites to export and download APs from. The various sections of this tab include:
1. In the top right hand corner of the application you can see the application status which lets the user know if the api key and config files are found
2. On the left side of the screen the user can switch tabs to go to the various screens
3. Below the tab list the user can select which site to export from.
4. Across the middle of the application are statistics about the APs exported such as the number of sites, device groups, models, etc.
5. Once the user selects a site, the table populates with the APs from that site
6. At the bottom left corner of the screen there is a button to download the APs as well as text displaying the export status
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