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Monitor Wireless Client Sessions

The “Wireless Client Sessions” section of the Monitor Clients dashboard includes widgets that show the wireless client sessions Table associated with the managed Access Points during the specified time window range.

The Network Analytics Summary at the top of the dashboard displays the total number of Access Points, Access Points Up, Down Count and number of Live Wireless and Wired Clients connected in the Network.

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

Wireless Client Sessions Table

For each historical wireless client session, the following attribute values are provided:

  • Device Name - The client Device Name

  • Client MAC - The MAC Address of the client

  • Client IPV4 Address - The IPv4 address of the client, if applicable.

  • IPV6 Address - The IPv6 address of the client, if applicable.

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

  • Session Duration - The length of time during which the Session was active

  • Session Start Time - The date on which the Session was started

  • Session End Time - The date on which the Session was stopped

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

  • AP IP Address - The IP Address 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 Site Name

  • 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 username configured for the client, if applicable.

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

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

  • Band - The radio band through which the client attached to the AP (2.4GHz or 5GHz or 6GHz).


  • The Wireless Clients Sessions table displays the history of closed Clients sessions as well as live Clients Sessions.

  • The Green dot in the table represents the live Clients which are connected in the Network.

If the user want to see more details of the Client activity and Client session history for a particular device, then click on the MAC address of the selected Client, a new window opens dedicated to displaying information for the selected client. As shown below, this new window displays a summary of activities and session timelines for the individual client.

For each of the Client, we can Monitor the following Client details:

  • RSSI - It is the received signal intensity measured in dBm for the particular Client. The “Noise Floor” displays the detected noise floor value in dBm for the Client.

  • Client Throughput Consumption - It displays the data usage of the Client in bytes.

  • PHY Rates - It displays the detected physical Rates for the Client. The Rx WiFi/Tx WiFi rate represents the maximum speed supported by the Client in Bytes/second. The Tx/Rx rate displays the data rate reported by the Access points in Bytes/second.

  • Alerts Entry List - It displays the Alerts for the Client all devices within the Organization scope and specified timeframe and updated in real-time.

  • Network Events - The Network Events screen displays configured events received from device and provides basic event information (for example, severity, date/time received).

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