03-03-2014 05:12 PM - last edited on 05-13-2014 09:06 AM by Srynearson
This is a straight forward tutorial for creating a notification from Airwave for when a particular MAC Address connects to the network. This can be used to track lost/stolen assets, AUP violators, or for VIP alerts to make sure you keep busy when they arrive at your building.
1. Log into Airwave and head to the System tab and select Triggers
2. Click Add
3. Select “Connected Clients” as the trigger type
4. Enter the MAC addresses of the devices you want to receive notifications for
5. Add a helpful Note such as this one
6. Select email as the “Additional Notification Options”
7. Enter a “Sender Address”
8. Enter “Recipient Email Addresses”
9. Click Add
In conclusion this tutorial is used to notify a recipient via email when one or a group of particular MAC Addresses connect to the network.
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03-31-2014 02:06 AM
I've used exactly this for the VIP notification. Took me a bit over 6 months of running a weekly new-user report, but finally I got his mac-address. I now get real time notification of when he is on site, wherever in the world. :smileyvery-happy:
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04-14-2014 09:41 AM
Thanks for the tutorial. I'm curious if it's possible to trigger and alert on particular user not just the MAC address.
I have an account that I'm giving out and want to alert when someone uses it for Wi-Fi. Tried looking in the default trigger options but wasn't able to find anything.
04-14-2014 09:56 AM
Not that I'm aware but my quick thought would be to create a perl script that sshs to the controller to "show user | include username" and have it notify me if it returns a result. Then just put it in a cronjob to run every x minutes. You may be able to snmpwalk and return all connected users and parse that too but that may get a tad messy with something like:
snmpwalk -v 2c -c $ArubaCommunity $switch 184.108.40.206.4.1.148220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.3
I have a tutorial that may help get you started: http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Unified-Wire
04-22-2014 04:22 PM
Jamie E Updated the Knowledge Base addition of this tutorial with a video. http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Mobility-Her
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