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130 Points

Sun, Jan 19, 2020 6:23 PM

802.11v BSS Transition Management check

Hi I am trying to see if 802.11v is enabled CLI command 
rkscli: get bss-trans-mgmt wlan1
when I enter this I get
BSS Transition Management:enabled
OK

rkscli: get station wlan32 info
MAC Addr          AID Rate RSSI VLAN Idle ERP State Flags RecvSigStrength
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
94:65:2e:d2:37:28   1   6M   54    1    0   0  a02b     0              54

why do i not get the BTM value at the end which tells me if a client has 802.11v
Any ideas why this is?

I am using a zd1100 with r500's all on latest firmware

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4.2K Points

9 months ago

Hi Paul,

What version is ZD1100 is running on? I tried with R500 on 9.10 and 10.x version, below is the result.

Looks like older version does not show BTM details.

rkscli: get station wlan33 info
MAC Addr          AID Rate RSSI VLAN Idle ERP State Flags RecvSigStrength
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
b2:fd:35:fb:00:14   1   6M   20 1000    0   0  a02b     0              20


rkscli: get station wlan33 info
MAC Addr          AID Rate RSSI VLAN Idle ERP State Flags RecvSigStrength BTM BCR
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
3e:98:54:eb:92:b0   1   6M   28 1000    0   0  a02b     0             -77   1   0


you might need to consider upgrading your controller if it is running on older version.

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130 Points

I am running 9.10 which is latest version it has.
Was you running 10.x on a zd1200 as cannot see 10.x for zd1100

246 Messages

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4.2K Points

Hi Paul,

I have tried on 9.10. Looks like the version will not show about the BTM details.

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8.9K Points

9 months ago

Hi Pauljbl,

The information about 802.11v support is maintained internally and cannot be seen via the GUI or CLI.

You may refer other forum discussion for more info.

https://forums.ruckuswireless.com/ruckuswireless/topics/zf-9-9-and-smartroam-details