I know the OID for associated users 220.127.116.11.4.1.1418.104.22.168.1.38.
But is there one for Authenticated clients? I am looking for the numbers similar to the one I can get from the report tools in WCS.
I think the number of authenticated clients is a better number than using the associated client count when talking about guest WLAN's.
yes there is. I have created a table with solarwinds for this but they represent or provide information in diffrent way.
The table consist of
This object specifies the WLAN Profile name
this 802.11 wireless client is connected to.
The object that represents the current status of the client.
User Name , if any , of the Mobile Station. This would
be non empty in case of Web Authentication and IPSec.
The 802.11 protocol type of the client.
'dot11a' - The client is using 802.11a standard
to connect to the access point (AP)
Well the Clinet status would be represted in num value:
4 = associated
6 = Probing
8 = Disconnected
1 = 802.11a
2 = 802.11b
3 = 802.11g
Hope this helps
I'm looking for the same OID. Not the associated but the number of authenticated clients. Can't find what I'm looking for in the CISCO-LWAPP-DOT11-CLIENT-MIB or AIRESPACE-WIRELESS-MIB.
Help is very welcome
I have come to the conclusion that the WLC have no knowledge about this and that kind of make sense to me now.
The WLC actually have authenticated the user, even it is a guest user, because the client have passed the authentication on that wlan (open and no security).
The layer 3 authentication is done by an external radius and therefore the stats should/could be taken from there.
We have a Cisco NAC guest server, which will eventually give us these stats.
I could be wrong, but this is my findings.
We use WISM controller blades. Via the webinterface I can go to "Monitor -> Clients". This displays a clients table with the following headings :
Client, MAC Addr, AP Name, WLAN Profile, Protocol, Status, Auth, Port, WGB
The column labled "Auth" contains a Yes or No. That's what I'm looking to retrieve via SNMP. Authenticated Yes or No
Yes you are right.
My wording should have been along the line that the WLC does not map this value to OID that can be read via SNMP.
That is at least what I suspect.
Found it :
The AIRESPACE-WIRELESS-MIB holds a client table as well.
snMobileStationSecurityPolicyStatus, OID : 22.214.171.124.4.1.14126.96.36.199.1.24 yields an INTEGER: 0 or 1. 0 Means Authenticated