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Viewing blocked traffic for a client in AOS 8

With ArubaOS 6.x you could see the blocked traffic for a client in the WebGUI at Monitoring > Clients section. If you went one level deeper you had the allowed and blocked traffic of a recent time window.

With ArubaOS 8.x i seem to have lost this functionality. Is that correct or am i looking in the wrong place?

Is there an easy alternative? i can make up somethings myself (deny all ACL with logging turned on) but i would like something that with one CLI command or GUI section that shows me this.

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Re: Viewing blocked traffic for a client in AOS 8

show datapath session table <ip address of client>

 

I would guess that they removed it from the GUI, because the output of that could easily be hundreds of lines...


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Re: Viewing blocked traffic for a client in AOS 8

thanks, kinda looking for the im ashamed smiley, i tried this but on the wrong device (MM) and got nothing then. tried it on the MD with the client on it and perfect.

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Re: Viewing blocked traffic for a client in AOS 8

No need to be ashamed, because it is not obvious.  Remember that on the MM, the client will have a controller ip address, and that is where you would run the command.  if you are clustering, a client is always anchored to the same controller regardless of what access point the client roams to.


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