Controller Based WLANs

What is match type 'classification disabled' in the 'show wms rogue-ap <bssid>' output?

Product and Software: This article applies to ArubaOS 3.x and later.

The 'show wms rogue-ap <bssid-of-rogue-ap>' command shows "Classification-Disabled" if the Rogue AP classification is set to false in the unauthorized device profile. This setting causes any non-Aruba AP discovered in the air to be marked as 'rogue'.

Example

(Aruba-Master) #show wms rogue-ap 00:01:f4:35:50:4d

Rogue AP Info
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Key Value
--- -----
BSSID 00:01:f4:35:50:4d
SSID Netgear
Channel 6
Type generic-ap
RAP Type unsecure
Status up
Match Type Classification-Disabled
Match MAC 00:00:00:00:00:00
Match IP 0.0.0.0
Match AM 00:1a:1e:c7:10:92
Match Method N/A
Match Time Wed Apr 21 11:21:27 2010

Match MAC Seen at APs
---------------------
AP-name
-------

(Aruba-Master) #show ids unauthorized-device-profile ids-unauthorized-device-disabled

IDS Unauthorized Device Profile "ids-unauthorized-device-disabled" (Predefined)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Parameter Value
--------- -----
Detect Adhoc Networks false
Protect from Adhoc Networks false
Detect Windows Bridge false
Detect Wireless Bridge false
Detect Devices with an Invalid MAC OUI false
MAC OUI detection Quiet Time 900 sec
Adhoc Network detection Quiet Time 900 sec
Wireless Bridge detection Quiet Time 900 sec
Rogue AP Classification false
Overlay Rogue AP Classification true
Valid Wired MACs N/A
Allow Well Known MAC N/A
Rogue Containment false
Suspected Rogue Containment false
Suspected Rogue Containment Confidence Level 60
Protect Valid Stations false
Detect Bad WEP false
Detect Misconfigured AP false
Protect Misconfigured AP false
Protect SSID false
Privacy false
Require WPA false
Valid 802.11g channel for policy enforcement N/A
Valid 802.11a channel for policy enforcement N/A
Valid MAC OUIs N/A
Valid and Protected SSIDs N/A
Protect 802.11n High Throughput Devices false
Protect 40MHz 802.11n High Throughput Devices false
Detect Active 802.11n Greenfield Mode false

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