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To monitor number of clients per AP

Hi, is there any Cisco product, such as WLC, Prime Infrastructure or CMX able to monitor and show the number of clients for each AP?

I was trying to google but found nothing.

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On the main page, click on "Clients". 

Choose "Change Filters". 

Under "AP", enter the AP name or part of the name. 

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Hi Leo, is this what u mean (http://www.firewall.cx/images/stories/cisco-wireless-controllers-introduction-basic-concepts-5b.png)?

The customer is looking for like a summary which showing number of client per AP, for example: AP1: 30 clients, AP2: 40 clients, the detail of the clients will be shown after clicking the number of clients.

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What version is the firmware of the WLC?  Starting with 8.2.X.X, a new feature was introduced called a "Dashboard". 

https://<WLC IP address>/screens/dashboard.html#/APTable

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I saw this pic when i google http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/i/400001-500000/400001-410000/406001-407000/406450.tif/_jcr_content/renditions/406450.jpg

But this is for mobility express, is this also available for WLC version 8.2?

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Do NOT leave the Dashboard running for a long time or it will eat the memory of the WLC and will cause it to crash.

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hi,

leo is right. the info you wanted can be found on the WLC dashboard GUI page. see attached.

if your WLC image supports it, you'll find a 'home' button/icon on the upper-right hand corner.

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Wei, 

You need to tell us if this is what you're looking for because I have a warning that needs to be looked into or else the WLC will run out of memory and crash.  :P

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In the WLC web interface, choose the wireless tab then in the page showing list of APs connected to the WLC scroll the page to the left ( so you will be able to see the rest of the page on the right side ). In the page there is a "No of Clients" which shows how many clients are connected to each AP. 

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