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Find Wireless Endpoint Connections

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

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Scenario: find the endpoint(s) currently connected to the wireless network through a particular SSID.

To find wireless endpoint connections:

  1. Click the Device Tracker tab, if not already selected.
  2. Click the relevant node (wireless controller) in the UDT node list.
  3. In the Node Details view locate the relevant SSID by clicking + as needed to expand the list of SSIDS related to the access points in the All Access Points and SSIDS resource.
  4. Click the SSID.

    The Current Endpoint Connections resource shows the endpoints currently connected to the wireless network through the specific SSID and the All Endpoint Connections shows all endpoints connected via the SSID during a specified period (for example, Last 7 Days).

  5. If you do not see an endpoint that you expect to see, you can search for it by IP address, host name, or MAC address in either the Current Endpoint Connections or the All Endpoint Connections resource.
 
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