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How to display the win 7 computer name using aIrwave 8.0.0 CLIENTS - CONNECTED - USER NAME

 

Re: How to display the win 7 computer name using aIrwave 8.0.0 CLIENTS - CONNECTED - USER NAME

If they are doing dot1x, that should be displayed.


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Re: How to display the win 7 computer name using aIrwave 8.0.0 CLIENTS - CONNECTED - USER NAME

EddieJ,

 

You would need to:

 

1.  Be running ArubaOS 6.3 and above

2.  Have airgroup enabled so that it can collect Netbios machines names of users (airgroup is enabled by default).

3.  Have AMON enabled on your Aruba Controller :  http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Controller-Based-WLANs/Why-you-should-always-enable-AMON-on-the-controller/ta-p/175010  (not enabled by default).

4.  Create a View in Airwave for listing your users that includes the "LAN Hostnames" 

lan-hostnames.png

 

In your Aruba controller, you should be able to type "show user" on the commandline and one column called "Host Name" should have the LAN hostname.  That is typically populated by enabling Airgroup.  That is a prerequisite to seeing them in Airwave.

 

 

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