Moin Ilyas Thu, 09/25/2014 - 12:48
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When you choose Monitor > Clients to open the Clients page.

This page lists all of the clients that are associated to the controller’s access points. It provides the following information for each client:

  • The MAC address of the client
  • The name of the access point to which the client is associated
  • The name of the WLAN used by the client
  • The type of client (802.11a, 802.11ac, 802.11b, 802.11g, or 802.11n)
    Note   

    If the 802.11n client associates to an 802.11a radio that has 802.11n enabled, then the client type shows as 802.11a/n/ac. If the 802.11n client associates to an 802.11b/g radio with 802.11n enabled, then the client type shows as 802.11b/n.

  • The status of the client connection
  • The authorization status of the client
  • The port number of the access point to which the client is associated
  • An indication of whether the client is a WGB

 

To get the RSSI and SNR values, you'd have to perform a Link Test.

The controller shows these link-quality metrics for CCX link tests in both directions (out— access point to client; in— client to access point):

  • Signal strength in the form of RSSI (minimum, maximum, and average)
  • Signal quality in the form of SNR (minimum, maximum, and average)
  • Total number of packets that are retried
  • Maximum retry count for a single packet
  • Number of lost packets
  • Data rate of a successfully transmitted packet

Source: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/8-0/configurati...

Scott Fella Fri, 09/26/2014 - 08:22
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I'm running v8.0 and see both RSSI and SNR on the GUI and CLI.  Make sure your FUS is up to date also.

Scott

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