Wireless - show dot11 statistics client-traffic

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Jun 18th, 2010

Below is the output from the above command:

1-001d.e049.f5a7 pak in 25 bytes in 3272 pak out 8 bytes out 1364
      dup 0 decrpyt err 0 mic mismatch 0 mic miss 0
      tx retries 0 data retries 0 rts retries 0
      signal strength 72 signal quality 27

But I am unable to find any documentation of the signal strength and signal quality?

Does anyone have a chart or docs as to what the figures mean? is it out of 100 and 100 been best etc?

Many Thanks

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Leo Laohoo Fri, 06/18/2010 - 16:30

You want the RSSI (Radio Signal Strength Indicator) and the SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio) of a particular client?

You have to run one or two commands then.  The first one is "sh dot11 s".  This will show you the wireless MAC address of a client.  Copy-n-Paste the MAC address of your choice and use the command "sh dot11 s ".

Does this answer your question?

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