Viewing wireless information
Indicates how long the client station has been authorized.
Indicates the strength of the radio signal received from client stations. Signal strength is
expressed in decibel milliwatt (dBm). The higher the number the stronger the signal.
Indicates how much background noise exists in the signal path between client stations
and the AP. Noise is expressed in decibel milliwatt (dBm). The lower (more negative) the
value, the weaker the noise.
Indicates the relative strength of the client station radio signals versus the radio interfer-
ence (noise) in the radio signal path.
In most environments, SNR is a good indicator for the quality of the radio link between
the client stations and the AP. A higher SNR value means a better quality radio link.
Viewing info for a specific wireless client
To view information on a specific wireless client station, select Controlled APs >>
Overview > Wireless clients, and then in the table,
to disconnect a wireless client.
select the MAC address of the client.