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How do I use the CLI to list all the non-WiFi devices that the spectrum monitor discovers?

Question:  How do I use the CLI to list all the non-WiFi devices that the spectrum monitor discovers?

 

Product and Software: This article applies to ArubaOS 6.0 and later.

To list all the non-WiFi devices that the spectrum monitor discovers, issue the following command:

show ap spectrum device-list ap-name <name-of-ap> phy-type <80211a / 80211g>

Example

(sdo-32-T) #show ap spectrum device-list ap-name d105-1257 phy-type 80211a

Non-WiFi Device List Table

--------------------------

Type             ID   CFreq(KHz)  Bandwidth(KHz)  Channels-affected     Signal(dBm)  Duty-cycle  Add-time           Update-time

----             --   ----------  --------------  -----------------     -----------  ----------  --------           -----------

Cordless Base FH 118  5753281      80000          149 153 157 161 165   49           5           2010-07-29 11:51:40 2010-07-29 11:53:11

Total:1

Current Time:2010-07-29 11:53:11

(sdo-32-T) #show ap spectrum device-list ap-name d105-1257 phy-type 80211g

Non-WiFi Device List Table

--------------------------

Type              ID   CFreq(KHz)  Bandwidth(KHz) Channels-affected            Signal(dBm) Duty-cycle Add-time Update-time

----              --   ----------  -------------- -----------------            ----------- ---------- -------- -----------

Cordless Base FH 138   2412937     80000     1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14    61        5       2010-07-29 11:51:40 2010-07-29 11:53:04

Video              268   2413874     6000      1 2 3 4                             54       99    2010-07-29 11:51:41 2010-07-29 11:53:13

Total:2

Current Time:2010-07-29 11:53:13

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