Disassociate user Wireless with SNMP

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Its possible disconnect user of controller wirelless via snmp?
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I've looked for a MIB but I wasn't able to find one that would disassociate the client from the radio. You may want to contact the GTAC directly, it's possible someone from the NetSight Team may be able to assist. 
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Disassociate a User Identified by his Device’s IP Address

This service terminates the identified user’s session and disassociates the user from the AP he or she is using. The user can associate to the AP again. Sessions for the user are terminated on both the controller and AP. If authentication is enabled on the WLAN Service then the user will need to authenticate again. If accounting is enabled session information is written to an accounting stop record.
Service Number 1

Request Parameters:

1. IP address of the device belonging to the user who is to be disassociated

Primary Return Codes

Return Code Meaning

1 Success

3 Failed to disassociate the owner of the IP address. More information may be 

8 Too many or too few arguments have been passed in the value parameter. In this available in the controller events. The most likely cause of the failure is that the device with the given IP address does not have a session on the controller to which the message was sent. This can happen if an incorrect IP address was sent, the user terminated the session, the session already timed out or fast failover is enabled and the station roamed to an AP managed by the controller’s availability partner.

case, no arguments were passed or two or more were passed.

Sample Request (No encryption)

The sample attempts to terminate the session of a user whose device has IP address