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CLI to see RSSI of associated clients on Autonomous AP?

Hello Experts,

 

What is the "show cli" on autonomous AP that could be used to see the RSSI with which a Wireless client/ WGB is associated?

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VIP Mentor

Re: CLI to see RSSI of associated clients on Autonomous AP?

"show dot11 association <mac_addr> " output should provide that info.

 

HTH

Rasika

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Re: CLI to see RSSI of associated clients on Autonomous AP?

Thank you Rasika for your response. It helped.
""show dot11 association <mac_addr> " was not accepted as a valid cli on the IOS I was running on my AP, however "show dot11 associations all" helped obtained the RSSI of the associated clients.

 

 

IW3700-1#show dot11 associations all

Address           : 002c.c8b6.1c78     Name             : IW3700-2

IP Address        : 10.0.0.2           IPv6 Address        : ::

Gateway Address   : 0.0.0.0

Netmask Address   : 0.0.0.0            Interface        : Dot11Radio 1

Bridge-group        : 0

reap_flags_1        : 0x0     ip_learn_type       : 0x0       transient_static_ip : 0x0

Device            : WGB                Software Version : 15.3

CCX Version       : 5                  Client MFP       : Off

 

State             : Assoc              Parent           : self

SSID              : CiscoSurvey

VLAN              : 0

Hops to Infra     : 1                  Association Id   : 1

Clients Associated: 1                  Repeaters associated: 0

Tunnel Address    : 0.0.0.0

Key Mgmt type     : NONE               Encryption       : Off

Current Rate      : a4.1t2               Capability       : WMM ShortHdr 11h

Supported Rates   : 9.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 36.0 48.0 54.0 m0-2 m1-2 m2-2 m3-2 m4-2 m5-2 m6-2 m7-2 m8-2 m9-2 m10-2 m11-2 m12-2 m13-2 m14-2 m15-2 m16-2 m17-2 m18-2 m19-2 m20-2 m21-2 m22-2 m23-2 a0.1-2 a1.1-2 a2.1-2 a3.1-2 a4.1-2 a5.1-2 a6.1-2 a7.1-2 a8.1-2 a9.1-4 a0.2-2 a1.2-2 a2.2-2 a3.2-2 a4.2-2 a5.2-2 a6.2-2 a7.2-2 a8.2-2 a0.3-2 a1.3-2 a2.3-2 a3.3-2 a4.3-2 a5.3-2 a6.3-2 a7.3-2 a8.3-2 a9.3-2

Voice Rates       : disabled           Bandwidth        : 20 MHz

Signal Strength   : -70  dBm           Connected for    : 105 seconds

Signal to Noise   : 25  dB            Activity Timeout : 30 seconds

Power-save        : Off                Last Activity    : 0 seconds ago

Apsd DE AC(s)     : NONE

 

Packets Input     : 238                Packets Output   : 212

Bytes Input       : 27617              Bytes Output     : 43429

Duplicates Rcvd   : 6                  Data Retries     : 303

Decrypt Failed    : 0                  RTS Retries      : 0

MIC Failed        : 0                  MIC Missing      : 0

Packets Redirected: 0                  Redirect Filtered: 0

IP source guard failed : 0             PPPoE passthrough failed : 0

DAI failed : IP mismatch  : 0             src MAC mismatch : 0             target MAC mismatch : 0

Existing IP failed :  0              New IP failed :  0

11w Status       : Off

 

Address           : e86a.6479.628c     Name             : NONE

IP Address        : 10.0.0.3           IPv6 Address        : ::

Gateway Address   : 0.0.0.0

Netmask Address   : 0.0.0.0            Interface        : Dot11Radio 1

Bridge-group        : 0

reap_flags_1        : 0x0     ip_learn_type       : 0x0       transient_static_ip : 0x0

Device            : WGB-client         Software Version : NONE

CCX Version       : NONE               Client MFP       : Off

 

State             : Assoc              Parent           : 002c.c8b6.1c78

SSID              : CiscoSurvey

VLAN              : 0

Hops to Infra     : 0

Clients Associated: 0                  Repeaters associated: 0

11w Status       : Off

 

IW3700-1#

 

 

VIP Mentor

Re: CLI to see RSSI of associated clients on Autonomous AP?

"show dot11 association <mac_addr> " was not accepted as a valid cli on the IOS I was running on my AP.

 

I expected you to replace <mac_addr> section of that command with your client MAC address :)

So command to be issued like "show dot11 association 002c.c8b6.1c78"

 

HTH

Rasika

Enthusiast

Re: CLI to see RSSI of associated clients on Autonomous AP?

//I expected you to replace <mac_addr> section of that command with your client MAC address :)//

 

That's fairly understood Rasika :). I meant the actual client mac address only :)

 

 

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