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How to find out the active associations and clear inactive associations?

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Nov 27th, 2006
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Hi guys,


I can find out the associates on IOS AP using the command "show dot11 associations client". The output includes all associations even though the clients have left for a long while.

1.How to find out the active associations?

2.How to clear the inactive associations?

3.What is the by default timeout for the inactive associations?


Thanks,

yytellmey

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frankzehrer Tue, 11/28/2006 - 00:21
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Hi Huang,


try this:


Show the associated clients:

sh dot11 associations all-client


Deauthenticate client

clear dot11 client


Activity Timeout

show dot11 activity-timeout

per standard 60 secs.


Best regards,

Frank

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