In the CLI on a ArubaOS (MODEL: Aruba7220-US), Version 126.96.36.199 controller and I use the command: #show ap association. In the bottom of the output I notice that it shows me:
Total num of single-band only clients:8
How do I find out which 8 clients those are?
Also, are there any tools that help with this in Airwave?
show ap association | exclude B
This gets me close but l'm not sure how to interpret the result. For example I receive:
Num Clients:913Total num of dual-band capable clients:846Total num of dual-band capable clients in 2.4G band:62Total num of dual-band capable clients in 5G band:784Total num of single-band only clients:6
#show ap association | exclude B gives me the following output:
23 clients are listed that are authenticated (auth: y) but not associated (assoc: n). Then there is a single client that is authenticated and associated and shows all the SSID information, phy, assoc. time, etc.
The "Num Clients" = 913. But then I do "total of dual-band capable" + "single band only" = 852.
A few questions about this:
-Why the discrepancy in the amount of clients compared to dualband/singleband?
-Why does it mean that I have 23 clients that are authenticated but not associated?
-Also, the command you provided shows one client that is not capable of Band Steering, but the summary says there should be 6 single band only clients.
You should go to Dashboard> Clients to see the total and the breakdown.
@peebles413 wrote:This gets me close but l'm not sure how to interpret the result. For example I receive: Num Clients:913Total num of dual-band capable clients:846Total num of dual-band capable clients in 2.4G band:62Total num of dual-band capable clients in 5G band:784Total num of single-band only clients:6 #
it's meant to match up, here is an example
Total num of 5G capable clients:126
Total num of 5G capable clients in 2.4G band:22
Total num of 5G capable clients in 5G band:104
Total num of 2.4G only clients:1
a clue should be able to be found in the combined output of these:
show ap association
show ap ess
show ap arm client-match summary
if you DM it to me I can have a look, else, raise a tac case if you're on a recent software version
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