IOS command Line to show Associations

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Aug 8th, 2007
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I am looking for the IOS command that shows what users laptops are using a 1240. On the web interface under asscoiation tab it shows the device type, name ip address. Is there one for IOS commmand line?

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Rob Huffman Wed, 08/08/2007 - 05:29
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Hi Lawrence,


Use the show dot11 associations privileged EXEC command to display the radio association table, radio association statistics, or to selectively display association information about all repeaters, all clients, a specific client, or basic service clients.


show dot11 associations


[client | repeater | statistics | H.H.H | bss-only | all-client | cckm-statistics]


client

(Option) Displays all client devices associated with the access point

repeater

(Option) Displays all repeater devices associated with the access point

statistics

(Option) Displays access point association statistics for the radio interface

H.H.H (mac-address)

(Option) Displays details about the client device with the specified MAC address (in xxxx.xxxx.xxxx format)

bss-only

(Option) Displays only the basic service set clients that are directly associated with the access point

all-client

(Option) Displays the status of all clients associated with the access point

cckm-statistics

(Option) Displays fast, secure roaming (CCKM) latency statistics measured at the access point for client devices using CCKM

From this doc;


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/access_point/12.3_4_JA/command/reference/cr34main.html#wpxref81339


Hope this helps!

Rob

lfranchini1 Wed, 08/08/2007 - 05:36
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Thanks but I know and tried that command.

It is not showing the users that use the AP.


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