Check ARP entry on the AP
Q:

How to check if the AP is learning the ARP entry of the client?

 



A:

The following commands would help when troubleshooting client connectivity issues , were clients ARP entry can be checked from the AP level.

(10.1.1.58) (config) #show ap monitor are p-cache ap-name ac:a3:1e:c3:63:78

br0:10.1.1.2

ARP Cache Table

---------------

mac                ip        vlanid  age

---                --        ------  ---

f0:dc:e2:67:de:6d  10.1.1.7  0       3m:2s

00:16:ea:f0:f0:3e  10.1.1.8  0       26s          <-------shows the arp entry of the client its cache time 

ac:a3:1e:c3:63:78  10.1.1.2  0       3m:20s

00:1a:1e:00:b1:40  10.1.1.1  0       5s

 

(10.1.1.58) (config) #show arp 

Protocol    Address        Hardware Address    Interface

Internet    10.1.1.8           00:16:ea:f0:f0:3e    vlan10

Internet    10.1.1.2           ac:a3:1e:c3:63:78    vlan10

 

(10.1.1.58) (config) #show user

Users

-----

    IP           MAC            Name     Role           Age(d:h:m)  Auth  VPN link  AP name            Roaming   Essid/Bssid/Phy                  Profile       Forward mode  Type  Host Name

----------  ------------       ------    ----           ----------  ----  --------  -------            -------   ---------------                  -------       ------------  ----  ---------

10.1.1.8    00:16:ea:f0:f0:3e            authenticated  00:00:00                    ac:a3:1e:c3:63:78  Wireless  ARPCHECK/ac:a3:1e:b6:37:92/a-HT  default-open  tunnel              
       

 

 

 

 

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