@Ryan wrote:No, Zach. We have ~6K right now.
My bad. That's still 10x what I have.
It's not the size of the network, Zach. It's how you use it.
@jp.briggs wrote:Another question: I've heard there's a way to see if a rogue AP is on physically connected to your LAN. It will report the LAN IP address of the AP if it has it. What do you need to get into Aruba/AirWave to make this happen? I assume it has to have visibility into the LAN, but I'm not sure exactly what's to be done to make this happen.
In order to see a rouge device in the air and on the wire, there must be an AP on the same L2 as the rouge device. This happens in the controller first then AMP will recognize the data and report as well.
So, to test it, take another AP and plug it in on the same L2 as an AP. You should be able to see it listed (in Airwave) with higher confidence and it will say detected in air and on wire.
Hope that helps...
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