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Use the Device Tracker Access Point Details

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Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 20, 2017

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The Device Tracker Access Point Details view opens when you click on an access point in Top 10 Access Points on the Device Tracker Summary view. Click Customize Page to open a resource and view information.

Click Edit to specify the Title, Subtitle, or the Maximum Number of Endpoint Connections to display.

Current Endpoint Connections

Shows all endpoint connections on a specific access point or SSID. The information is presented in a table by Endpoint Name, Last User Login, Connection Duration (in minutes), and the name of the SSID (only if the resource is displayed on an Access Point Details view).

All Endpoint Connections

Shows all endpoint connections on a specific access point or SSID. The information is presented in a table by Endpoint Name, Last User Login, Connection Duration (in minutes), and the name of the SSID (only if the resource is displayed on an Access Point Details view).

Wireless Access Point Details

Shows information about a specific wireless access point. The information is presented in a table that indicates the access point Status (up or down), Access Point Name, Access Point IP Adress, the access point Type (thin or autonomous), and the wireless Controller.

All SSIDS

Shows all Service Set Identifiers (SSIDs) associated with a wireless access point. The information is presented in a table by SSID, Channel, and the number of Current Endpoint Connections.

 
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