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Occasional Contributor I

how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

I have 2 Aruba controller where the master and standby 7010. Normally I aruba cloud service monitoring via web base controller . through aruba service controller how can I know the name of the device that is connected to my network ? besides mac address .thank you :)

 

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Re: how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

It realy depends on how everything is set up.

You will pretty much only see device names in the controller when you are doing machine authenticated dot1x.By clicking on Clients (the last option in that dashboard menu) you can see what kind device it is, but again, not much more, unless you are doing machine authenticated dot1x.


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Occasional Contributor I

Re: how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

on Clients (the last option in that dashboard menu), i just see ip address client, MAC address client. how to see the name of connected devices?


@koen wrote:

It realy depends on how everything is set up.

You will pretty much only see device names in the controller when you are doing machine authenticated dot1x.By clicking on Clients (the last option in that dashboard menu) you can see what kind device it is, but again, not much more, unless you are doing machine authenticated dot1x.



 

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Re: how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

Since you are not authenticating your users, it is not possible to see usernames since they don't exist.


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MVP

Re: how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

Sorry, check Monitoring > Clients.

If you do not see the device names under username therre, you simply do not have the correct config to be able to see them. If the device name is not used in an authentication you will not be able to see it.


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Occasional Contributor I

Re: how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

how the configuration commands that the name of the connected devices can be seen?
such as: David-pc or Mark-PC
so I can see what they are accessing.

Thank You Mr. Capalli

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

how the configuration commands that the name of the connected devices can be seen?
such as: David-pc or Mark-PC
so I can see what they are accessing.

in Monitoring > Cliets i just se Operation System Device, but there is a username field empty.
how can I configure it so that a username can be seen.

Thank You Koen.

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Thank You Koen.

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Moderator

Re: how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

That feature is not currently available in AOS, but keep your eye out for new code.


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Occasional Contributor I

Re: how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

Thank you for your answer.

but , if That feature is not currently available in AOS, how i can monitoring who use my network or how i know someone access something forbidden ?

 

Thanks

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Moderator

Re: how do i look employee connect to my network with aruba controller ?

You would use authentication.. The hostname of the device should not be used
for identification. What would you get from "android-18ab9c8e9f" or "John's
iPhone"?


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