Access Points page the user can right click to show hide additional columns on

Access points page the user can right click to show

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Access Points page) the user can right click to show/ hide additional columns on the table. Once the user clicks on the “ok” button on the menu popup, the column headers for the “Access Points” page will be automatically saved in the controller. The Performance page has Client Health and Channel Quality components and Client PHY is separated based on bands.
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 31 The RF Monitoring dashboard performance page gives an overall picture of the client performance on the WLAN. This page displays the total number of clients as well as the breakdown number of clients on each radio. The AP section displays the dropped frames and frame rates, as well as the overall effective rate. Effective client bandwidth and RF Noise floor are displayed near the bottom of the page. The term goodput (also known as effective rate) means how much data really got through. This value takes into account retries and overhead. Basically, more retires on a WLAN are bad and will lower the "goodput" value.
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 32 *The Usage page contains WLAN usage organized into three tiers top-to- bottom. The top tier provides information on: Clients and APs Top APs Radios Devices AirGroup *The mid-tier provides: Overall Usage Usage by WLANs *The bottom tier provides: Apps by Usage Apps by Sessions Top Sessions Collaboration Apps
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 33 The Security page of the dashboard displays discovered APs and the BSSID, channel, SSID, number of clients, encryption and classification. The discovered access points list comes from drilling down on a numeric value on the chart above.
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 34 The Potential Issue screen of the dashboard shows the clients with low SNR, low speed or goodput. If you want to view detailed channel utilization for the client, you can drill down on the client issue and set the mouse pointer on the channel utilization.
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 35 Initially, when you click the WLANs link, a list of the advertised SSIDs is displayed. If an SSID is selected, a summary page for that SSID appears as shown in this example.
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 36 The Access Point screen of the dashboard shows a list of all APs on a controller. You can filter the list on column headings using the filter icon under a heading name. The graphs below show a visual representation of AP clients and usage.
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 37 When you select an AP on the Access Points screen, it will drill down to that AP. Filters can be applied per radio band and either WLAN, clients or the historical noise floor can be displayed.
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 38 You can view the client summary information on the Clients page of the dashboard including the following: WLAN, AP, role, frequency, SNR, speed and frame information. The graphs show the usage for all clients. *The Client Page includes an additional set of information as provided for reference.
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 39 This is an example of the Clients Detailed page provided for reference.
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MBC 6.4 e-learning Module 2: Initial Setup Page | 40 Similar to AirWave, the Dashboard contains a search field to find matched results for Clients, APs and WLANs.
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