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I have a 7200 controller. How can I force disconnect a client connected to one of the APs.%0D%0A

I have a 7200 controller. How can I force disconnect a client connected to one of the APs.The CLI "disconnect-user <IP address>" doesn't seem to work. Am I using the wrong command ?

 

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Re: I have a 7200 controller. How can I force disconnect a client connected to one of the APs.%0D%0A

Client Supplicants will just reconnect a user that has been disconnected or deauthed.  It it is better that you blacklist a client and then un-blacklist a client if you want them truly disconnected.

 

If you just want to log out a captive portal user, I would type "aaa user delete mac <mac address of user>"


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Re: I have a 7200 controller. How can I force disconnect a client connected to one of the APs.%0D%0A

Is there anyway I could do on web gui?
Controller is running on AOS 8
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Re: I have a 7200 controller. How can I force disconnect a client connected to one of the APs.%0D%0A


@kenjiyong90 wrote:
Is there anyway I could do on web gui?
Controller is running on AOS 8

Currently, this can only be done from the CLI in AOS 8.


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