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Tue, Nov 2, 2021 7:09 PM

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VSZ Search By VLAN

We use Dynamic VLANS very frequently with our RUCKUS builds and it's rather helpful to sort by VLANs when troubleshooting client issues. I think the only way it could be better is if we could also search for devices on a specific VLAN in the clients section of the VSZ. Is this something that could happen in the future?

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3 m ago

Hi Simon,

You should be able to do this today.  Perhaps if you have an older version of SZ it is not there but in the current 5.x+ you can search/sort by VLAN ID the client is connected on.

If you don't see it there you may need to add the field by clicking the GEAR icon to the far right and adding the VLAN column by checking it.

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@sunny_gupta
Let me clarify. I already know you can SORT by VLAN but I would like to be able to SEARCH by typing in a VLAN number in the search field and only pull results associated with that VLAN. 
 

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Hi Simon,

If you type something in the Search Table box, such as the VLAN #, if it is in the table below it should highlight it providing what you need.

I have only tried this typically using a MAC or IP address, or hostname, but I believe the search is for all fields.  Actuallly just tested and it does work -- although the number does need to be unique.  e.g. if using VLAN "1" and you enter the number 1 in the search you will see lots of things highlighted like numbers in the MAC or IP or even Channel.

But if you use uncommon VLAN IDs such as anything 1000+ it should not result in multiple matches.

Cheers!

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We don't use uncommon VLANs though so that does not fully meet what I'm asking for. 

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I appreciate that you're trying, but this is what I'm referring to:

I know there are several devices in the zone I'm looking at currently that use VLAN 202, but when I query that number, these are the only two that show up.
Seen here is when I have nothing in search in the same zone but sorted by VLANs so I can see all entries on VLAN 202 grouped together. But I have to filter through all the other VLANs to get here. 

I would instead like to just search 202, or maybe even specify VLAN:202 somehow and then only get results that meet that specific query.

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As a matter of fact, it doesn't even show the VLANS that I want that match 202. Below I unchecked every option except VLAN and searched and didn't get anything remotely close to what I wanted. 

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