802.11v BSS Transition Management check

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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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Pauljbl

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Posted 6 months ago

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Sanjay Kumar, Employee

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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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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
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Sanjay Kumar, Employee

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Hi Paul,

I have tried on 9.10. Looks like the version will not show about the BTM details.
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Syamantak Omer, Official Rep

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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