The Connected Duration section of the Client Analytics Dashboard displays widgets that give statistics about the average duration of client sessions.

The Connected Duration pie chart provides the distribution of the session duration across five predefined time windows:

  • From 0 to 10 min

  • From 10 to 30 min

  • From 30 to 60 min

  • From 60 to 120 min

  • More than 120 min

Data displayed in the pie chart widget can be exported into a CSV or Excel sheet format. You can also switch the widget to full-screen mode for a better display.

The Connected Duration table gives an overview of all sessions that occurred in the selected time range interval. Data displayed in the table can be exported into a CSV, Excel sheet, or PDF format.

For each historical client session, the following attributes are displayed in the duration table:

  • Login Date - The date and time the client logged in.

  • Logout Date - The date and time the client logged out.

  • Total Duration of All Sessions - The total amount of time for all the client sessions.

  • Device Name - The name of the client device.

  • Client IP v4 Address - The IPv4 address of the client, if applicable.

  • Client IP v6 Address - The IPv6 address of the client, if applicable.

  • Client MAC - The MAC Address of the client.

  • Device Type - If determined, the Device Type of the client. (e.g: Mobile, Computer, ...).

  • Device OS - If determined, the Operating System of the client’s device.

  • AP IP Address - The IP address of the Access Point to which the client is associated.

  • AP MAC - The MAC address of the Access Point to which the client is associated.

  • AP Model - The model type of the Access Point (e.g., OAW-AP1221, OAW-AP1251, …).

  • AP Name - The name of the Access Point.

  • AP Version - The Version set in the Edit Device page of the Access Point.

  • Site Name - The name of the Organization Site.

  • AP Location - The physical location of the Access Point connected to the client.

  • Portal Username - The username used to connect to the portal.

  • 802.1X Username - The 802.1X user name configured for the client, if applicable.

  • Auth Type - The Auth type used by the client (e.g., WPA2_WPA, PSK, …).

  • Band - The radio band through which the client attached to the AP (2.4GHz or 5GHz).

  • Channel - The working channel of the client.

  • Mode - The connection mode (802.11n (2.4G), 802.11n (5G), …).

  • RSSI - The Received Signal Strength Indicator of the client.

  • Tx Total - The total number of bytes sent by the client to the Access Point.

  • Tx Errors - The total number of errors sent by the client.

  • Phy Tx Rate - The physical sending rate of the client.

  • SNR - The Signal-to-Noise ratio of the client.

  • Associated SSID - The WLAN to which the client is associated.

  • Rx Total - The total number of bytes received by the client from the Access Point.

  • Phy Rx Rate - The physical receive rate of the client.

  • Tx Packets - The total number of packets sent by the client to the Access Point.

  • Rx Packets - The total number of packets received by the client from the Access Point.

  • BSSID - The BSSID is the MAC address of the Access Point (WAP).

  • VLAN - The VLAN through which the client accesses the network.