How to check wireless information

How to check wireless information

Wireless connections, stations, and interfaces have different issues than other physical interfaces.

 

Troubleshooting station connection issue

To check whether station entry is created on Access Control:

FG600B3909600253 # diagnose wireless-controller wlac -d sta

* vf=0 wtp=70 rId=2 wlan=open ip=0.0.0.0 mac=00:09:0f:db:c4:03 rssi=0 idle=148 bw=0 use=2 vf=0 wtp=70 rId=2 wlan=open ip=172.30.32.122 mac=00:25:9c:e0:47:88 rssi=-40 idle=0 bw=9 use=2

 

Enable diagnostic for particular station

This example uses the station MAC address to find where it is failing:

FG600B3909600253 # diagnose wireless-controller wlac sta_filter 00:25:9c:e0:47:88 1

Set filter sta 00:25:9c:e0:47:88 level 1

FG600B3909600253 # 71419.245 <ih> IEEE 802.11 mgmt::disassoc <== 00:25:9c:e0:47:88 vap open rId 1 wId 0 00:09:0f:db:c4:03

71419.246 <dc> STA del 00:25:9c:e0:47:88 vap open rId 1 wId 0

71419.246 <cc> STA_CFG_REQ(34) sta 00:25:9c:e0:47:88 del ==> ws (0-192.168.35.1:5246) rId

1 wId 0

71419.246 <cc> STA del 00:25:9c:e0:47:88 vap open ws (0-192.168.35.1:5246) rId 1 wId 0

00:09:0f:db:c4:03 sec open reason I2C_STA_DEL

71419.247 <cc> STA_CFG_RESP(34) 00:25:9c:e0:47:88 <== ws (0-192.168.35.1:5246) rc 0 (Success).


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