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Help with show dot11 associations

abc123#sho dot11 associations

802.11 Client Stations on Dot11Radio0:

SSID [123abc] :

IP address Device Name Parent State

10.x.x.65 ccx-client - self Assoc

10.x.x.225 ccx-client - self Assoc

10.x.x.239 4800-radio abc123 self Assoc

10.x.x.127 4800-radio abc123 self Assoc

10.x.x.74 ccx-client - self Assoc

10.x.x.82 ccx-client D9B04RB1 self Assoc

10.x.x.125 ccx-client - self Assoc

10.x.x.84 unknown - self Assoc

10.x.x.244 unknown - self Assoc

10.x.x.237 unknown - self Assoc

0.0.0.0 unknown - self Assoc

10.x.x.238 ccx-client - self Assoc

10.x.x.228 ccx-client D10BLMG1 self Assoc

These are all clients connected to the same AP. One of the clients is complaining of problems accessing the internet. All the MAC's have been removed, but they were all different from each other. The clients should all connect either via a Wireless card on their cpu, or they have a wireless bridge we lend them if their cpu doesn't have a wireless card.

I believe the 'ccx-client' refers to Cisco Compatible Extensions...??? My questions, why do the 'Device' and 'Name' differ from one IP to the next? Shouldn't they all pretty much be getting the same thing under those columns? Also the entry w/0.0.0.0 for IP, is this someone that just cannot get connected (no this isn't the IP of the client having problems)...???

TIA

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Re: Help with show dot11 associations

wow...nobody...???

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