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What does the Flagged Clients section on the Client page of Aruba Central Dashboard show? What are the possible reasons due to which Aruba Central may flag a Client?

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Question What does the Flagged Clients section on the Client page of Aruba Central Dashboard show? What are the possible reasons due to which Aruba Central may flag a Client?
Environment This article applies to all the Instant Access Points running OS version 6.2.1.0-3.3.0.0 or higher and managed by Aruba Central.

 

 

The Flagged Clients section of the Client page lists all the clients with low speed and signal strength in the network along with their MAC address and IP address.

 

 

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Signal:

The signal Icon displays the signal strength of the client. Depending on the signal strength of the client, the color of the lines on the Signal bar changes from Green > Orange > Red.

  •  Green — Indicates the signal strength that is more than 20 decibels.

  •  Orange — Indicates the signal strength that ranges from 15-20 decibels.

  •  Red — Indicates the signal strength that is less than 15 decibels.

To view the actual signal strength of the client, hover the mouse over the signal bar in the signal column.
 

Speed :

The speed icon displays the data transfer speed of the client. Depending on the data transfer speed of the client, the color of the Signal bar changes from Green > Orange > Red.

  • Green — Indicates the data transfer speed that is more than 50 percent of the maximum speed supported by the client.

  • Orange — Indicates the data transfer speed that ranges from between 25-50 percent of the maximum speed supported by the client.

  • Red — Indicates the data transfer speed that is less than 25 percent of the maximum speed supported by the client.

To view the actual speed of the client, hover the mouse over the signal bar in the speed column.

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