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How do I show what bssid a user is associated to in the CLI on Cisco 1242 ap?

How do I show what bssid a user is associated to in the CLI on Cisco 1242 ap?

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Re: How do I show what bssid a user is associated to in the CLI

sh dot11 associate

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Re: How do I show what bssid a user is associated to in the CLI

Yes it does.  Guess what my SSID is? 


AP#sh dot11 as

802.11 Client Stations on Dot11Radio0:

SSID [Khum-Ba-Ya] :

MAC Address    IP address      Device        Name            Parent         State    
0012.f0a5.4a5f a.b.c.d         unknown       -               self           EAP-Assoc
0c60.7609.5723 a.b.c.d         ccx-client    PC-01           self           EAP-Assoc

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: How do I show what bssid a user is associated to in the CLI

sh dot11 associate

Re: How do I show what bssid a user is associated to in the CLI

Yes that command I know but it does not show what SSID a wireless user is associated too.   I want to see how many users are associated to ssid 1 and then how many are associated to ssid 2    Example I have users migrating from Wep to WPA on ssid serves wep while the other serves WPA.  I want to be able to see which ssid the devices are associated too.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: How do I show what bssid a user is associated to in the CLI

Yes it does.  Guess what my SSID is? 


AP#sh dot11 as

802.11 Client Stations on Dot11Radio0:

SSID [Khum-Ba-Ya] :

MAC Address    IP address      Device        Name            Parent         State    
0012.f0a5.4a5f a.b.c.d         unknown       -               self           EAP-Assoc
0c60.7609.5723 a.b.c.d         ccx-client    PC-01           self           EAP-Assoc

Re: How do I show what bssid a user is associated to in the CLI

I see what your talking about.  I was looking for the bssid behind the device not at the top.

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