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How come clicking Stations by IP no longer opens a report?


Userlevel 5
There was a short lived option under the Reports tab to view all of your AP's, and the number of devices connected to each. That was removed, but then you could still bring it up by clicking "Stations by AP" from the dashboard. But that is no longer working for me in 10.31.01.0048.

Is there any other way to pull up this information?

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Userlevel 7
Just typing in the ap name in the Active Clients Report search box should show all attached clients to that ap. I will look into why that report is no longer available.

-Doug
Userlevel 5
Doug wrote:

Just typing in the ap name in the Active Clients Report search box should show all attached clients to that ap. I will look into why that report is no longer available.

-Doug

Thanks Doug, that does work. But I kind of like to draw up that list once in a while and look for issues that aren't known issues yet. Like when I saw that I had one AP with 25+ connections a while back! So when I run that old report, I am just looking for a quick glance to get a feel for where the most devices are at.
Userlevel 2
We were disappointed to see this report removed. Both the "clients by AP" and "clients by VNS" reports were very valuable to our operation. In a recent conversation with an Extreme employee we were told that both reports would be returned in the release coming in June.
In the meantime we are using the "AP Performance by Radio and SSID" report from the AP section of the Reports menu. It shows clients per AP and has a refresh option.
Userlevel 5
Christopher Taylor wrote:

We were disappointed to see this report removed. Both the "clients by AP" and "clients by VNS" reports were very valuable to our operation. In a recent conversation with an Extreme employee we were told that both reports would be returned in the release coming in June.
In the meantime we are using the "AP Performance by Radio and SSID" report from the AP section of the Reports menu. It shows clients per AP and has a refresh option.

That is a nice little view there, and it's definitely giving me what I am looking for (and then some). Nice to see the bandwidth being used too. I like to know where my leeches are. 😉
Userlevel 5
That is a nice little view there, and it's definitely giving me what I am looking for (and then some). Nice to see the bandwidth being used too. I like to know where my leeches are. 😉

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