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Are Users Connecting With 802.11AC?

Is there an easy way to determine if clients are connecting via 802.11AC?

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Re: Are Users Connecting With 802.11AC?

Hi,

Open a web browse and enter the IP address of the WLC. This will bring you to the Dashboard.
On the left-hand side, choose Client.
Find the client you want and click the wireless client. This will bring you to the Client View.
Under General, under client properties you should see the Current TxRateSet.

or 

Under General, under AP properties you should see the AP Type.
If you look down under " Current TxRateSet", see that number. This will tell you, about the client's wireless capabilities.

If you look down under " AP type ", see that Client capabilities(eith 802.1an/bn/ac or 802.11a/b/g).

 

More info:

https://mrncciew.com/2014/01/10/802-11ac-with-cisco-3700-ap/

https://community.cisco.com/t5/wireless-mobility-documents/how-to-interpret-802-11ac-datarates/ta-p/3151995

 

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VIP Advisor

Re: Are Users Connecting With 802.11AC?

Hi,

Open a web browse and enter the IP address of the WLC. This will bring you to the Dashboard.
On the left-hand side, choose Client.
Find the client you want and click the wireless client. This will bring you to the Client View.
Under General, under client properties you should see the Current TxRateSet.

or 

Under General, under AP properties you should see the AP Type.
If you look down under " Current TxRateSet", see that number. This will tell you, about the client's wireless capabilities.

If you look down under " AP type ", see that Client capabilities(eith 802.1an/bn/ac or 802.11a/b/g).

 

More info:

https://mrncciew.com/2014/01/10/802-11ac-with-cisco-3700-ap/

https://community.cisco.com/t5/wireless-mobility-documents/how-to-interpret-802-11ac-datarates/ta-p/3151995

 

Regards

Dont forget to rate helpful posts

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Re: Are Users Connecting With 802.11AC?

You can also look at the new Monitoring portion and look at Client Performance or Clients. There is a Connection Rate table. I was looking for more of a report. I was able to get exactly what I was looking for by filtering on the protocol and putting ac in the filter.
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