//The Rogue Client Threshold is how many connected clients to that rogue before you classify it as a rogue. 0 means don't look at the client count when classifying it as a rogue//
Thanks for the response.
Incidentally the "Rogue Client Threshold" does not appear to signify the rule parameter to conclude the ap as rogue.
In my setup, I could see the even the APs having 0 clients on them are classified as rogue even after setting the "Rogue Client Threshold" to 1. It appears to signify something else from what it appears to. Incidentally could not find its relevance in documentations too.
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