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Xbox Support for OS Detection

xboxes show up as blank clients. Hopefully they are something you guys can add in a coming release as I'd really like to know when they're connected.
Guru Elite

Re: Xbox Support for OS Detection

A device that can open a browser is classified based on the OS that is detected from the browser agent. This thread is about detecting the DHCP signature of a device and changing the role. The first method is different from the second...

Use "show aaa device-id-cache mac " to show what the controller thinks a device is. Please post for the Xbox, so that we can add that definition. Remember the Xbox needs to have had sent traffic via port 80 to be classified.

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Occasional Contributor II

Re: Xbox Support for OS Detection

I'm sorry, i didn't see a feature request forum and this seemed to be the closest on topic. Perhaps creating a section for feature requests would be a good idea. Consider that a feature request? ;)
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Re: Xbox Support for OS Detection

Please post the output for the Xbox, so that we can see what the controller sees that it is...

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Re: Xbox Support for OS Detection

Colin, I'd be happy to. Are you looking for the output from the Monitoring>Client tab or something in the CLI? It's just blank in the GUI and I haven't seen "Client Type" information in the CLI.
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Re: Xbox Support for OS Detection

The output of "show aaa device-id-cache mac " on the commandline where is that of the Xbox would be fine. Thank you.

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Re: Xbox Support for OS Detection

hmm...I don't have that command. I am running ArubaOS 6.0.1.2. is it missing on that version? I'm not doing any radius based authentication. these people are all connected WPA2 since they are in large residential complexes. I have to go with what the consumer's gear supports :D

(wlc01-lax01) #show aaa ?
accounting Show accounting configuration
authentication Authentication methods
authentication-server Authentication Servers
bandwidth-contracts Show bandwidth contracts
derivation-rules Show role/vlan derivation rules
dns-query-interval DNS query interval
fqdn-server-names Auth Server FQDN names
main-profile Show summary of all AAA profiles
password-policy Password policy for locally configured management
users
profile Show an AAA Profile
pubcookie-authenticat.. Show Pubcookie authentication Configuration
radius-attributes Show RADIUS attributes
rfc-3576-server RFC 3576 server
server-group Show a Server Group
state Show internal state of authentication module
tacacs-accounting Show TACACS accounting configuration
timers Show timers
web Show web server configuration
xml-api External XML API
Guru Elite

Re: Xbox Support for OS Detection

I apologize. That command is not correct. We will work on the Xbox classification.

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