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Verifying Encryption type of Client Association.

Hello,

I'm looking for a command that shows on the VMC what type of encryption (WPA, WPA2, WEP, Open...) a client is using to connect to a network profile.

 

I am aware of the command "show auth-tracebuf" which shows in the last row the encryption type, but I am searching for a command that simply shows the current security encryption client is using to stay connected to a network. Is there such a command?

 

Edit: I'm running an MM-VMC setup with two APs connected to VMC.

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Re: Verifying Encryption type of Client Association.

show dot1x supplicant-info list-all


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Re: Verifying Encryption type of Client Association.

Awesome it works. Thanks! For open, the table's empty because there's no encryption type right?

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Re: Verifying Encryption type of Client Association.

Have you tried the below, this will show you the ESSID which is broadcasting along with the encryption type.

 

show ap essid

To my knowledge I don't know if there is a command to view what the encryption type the client is attempting to connect/configured with


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Re: Verifying Encryption type of Client Association.

Yes, that command is helpful too if you want to show the essid's encryption type. But I was looking for a command that shows what encryption type client is using to connect to a profile and "show dot1x supplicant-info list-all" does that by showing client MAC along with the specific encryption type. Thank you for your input.

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Re: Verifying Encryption type of Client Association.


@Saikat wrote:

Awesome it works. Thanks! For open, the table's empty because there's no encryption type right?


Correct.


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