Controller Based WLANs

Separate view of g" and "a" clients connected to the controller

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Question: How-do-i-separately-view-the-authenticated-g-and-a-clients-connected-to-the-controller

 

Answer: Controller generally displays both the authenticated "g' and "a" clients on  the controller from # show user command and when there are huge number of clients on the controller the below commands help you to separately view the g/a clients on the controller; another advantage over this command is reduce the cpu utilization on the controller since #show user displays the entry for both the phy-type. 


(Aruba7210) #show user-table
 
Users
-----
    IP           MAC            Name     Role           Age(d:h:m)  Auth  VPN link  AP name            Roaming   Essid/Bssid/Phy                  Profile  Forward mode  Type  Host Name
----------  ------------       ------    ----           ----------  ----  --------  -------            -------   ---------------                  -------  ------------  ----  ---------
172.16.0.1  00:27:10:35:ae:1c            authenticated  00:00:00                    9c:1c:12:c3:97:60  Wireless  manoj-ap/9c:1c:12:b9:76:10/a-HT  default  tunnel
172.16.0.2  f0:dc:e2:67:de:6d            authenticated  00:00:00                    9c:1c:12:c3:97:60  Wireless  manoj-ap/9c:1c:12:b9:76:00/g-HT default  tunnel
 
User Entries: 2/2
 Curr/Cum Alloc:2/11 Free:0/9 Dyn:2 AllocErr:0 FreeErr:0
 
(Aruba7210) #show user-table phy-type a
 
Users
-----
    IP           MAC            Name     Role           Age(d:h:m)  Auth  VPN link  AP name            Roaming   Essid/Bssid/Phy                  Profile  Forward mode  Type  Host Name
----------  ------------       ------    ----           ----------  ----  --------  -------            -------   ---------------                  -------  ------------  ----  ---------
172.16.0.1  00:27:10:35:ae:1c            authenticated  00:00:00                    9c:1c:12:c3:97:60  Wireless  manoj-ap/9c:1c:12:b9:76:10/a-HT  default  tunnel
 
User Entries: 1/1
 Curr/Cum Alloc:2/11 Free:0/9 Dyn:2 AllocErr:0 FreeErr:0
 
(Aruba7210) #show user-table phy-type g
 
Users
-----
    IP           MAC            Name     Role           Age(d:h:m)  Auth  VPN link  AP name            Roaming   Essid/Bssid/Phy                  Profile  Forward mode  Type  Host Name
----------  ------------       ------    ----           ----------  ----  --------  -------            -------   ---------------                  -------  ------------  ----  ---------
172.16.0.2  f0:dc:e2:67:de:6d            authenticated  00:00:00                    9c:1c:12:c3:97:60  Wireless  manoj-ap/9c:1c:12:b9:76:00/g-HT  default  tunnel
 
User Entries: 1/1
 Curr/Cum Alloc:2/11 Free:0/9 Dyn:2 AllocErr:0 FreeErr:0

 

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