When I use WCS and go the 'Clients' tab on the Home page and then click 'Associated Clients' it shows me a whole list of usernames/MAC adresses/ip addresses/ etc.
One of these column titles is 'Protocol'.
On some of my entries there is an AP with a MAC of 00:00:00:00:00:00 (which I know is a cosmetic bug that is not resolved by Cisco) but its 'Protocol' state is show as 'Mobile' rather than 802.11b or 802.11g.
Does anyone know why the 'Protocol' is classed as Mobile? What does it mean, if anything?
Re: Simple Question about 'Monitor Clients' on WCS
Hi I read your post. I see the "mobile" status of clients on my network when they are being forwarded from another wireless controller via a mobility group. I use this feature for our guest network. Do you have any of your WLC's in the same mobility group or any kind of guest network?
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