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Auth (in blue) and Locally Auth (in blue) in Assocation Tables

When I see "Assoc" in green in an AP352 association table it means the AP or repeater is assocaited with the particular element noted.

What does it mean if I see "Auth" in Blue?

How about "Locally Auth" in Blue?

Does the Blue color have a general significance?

I do not see this mentioned in any of the documentation.

Thanks

Joe Mehaffey

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Re: Auth (in blue) and Locally Auth (in blue) in Assocation Tabl

Hello Joe,

blue means error/alert/warning. I don't know how your AP is configured, but I would think that Auth or Locally Auth in blue means that authentication is not working as configured for the device (and maybe the device uses fallback authentication).

Regards,

GP

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Re: Auth (in blue) and Locally Auth (in blue) in Assocation Tabl

Error sounds possible, but I am wondering if it is not indicating some sort of intermediate state between Associated and disconnected. I have never seen "Locally Auth" mentioned in the documentation. I thought maybe "Auth" in blue by itself meant something like the repeater or AP "recognized" the client but had no requests to send data onward..

I notice that once the client user sends data over the circuit, the "locally auth" and "auth" in blue change to "Assoc" in blue.

Thanks! for the help.

Joe

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