CLI - View clients and rates

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Hi! On a R500 with 100.1.0.0.194, is there a CLI command to view associated clients and their MCS rates?
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Samuel Eng

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Posted 2 years ago

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Yes, try 'get station' with the following options.


get station <wlan name> [list|info|stats] {all|<mac-addr>}
Options list: List stations associated to the WLAN.
             info: Display station information.
             stats: Display station statistics.
Example rkscli: get station wlan8 list
ADDR AID VLAN CHAN RSSI IDLE CAPS STATE HTCAPS
00:22:fb:ad:1b:2e 1Y 1 44 43 0 ESS PRIV SHTSLT QOS HT
OWL 40MHz SGI20 SGI40 GFLD MAXMSDU RSN AES AES PSK WME
OK
rkscli: get station wlan8 info
MAC Addr AID Rate RSSI VLAN Idle ERP State Flags
---------------------------------------------------------
00:22:fb:ad:1b:2e 1 6M 43 1 0 0 a2b 0
OK
rkscli: get station wlan8 stats
(null): 00:22:fb:ad:1b:2e
rx_data_frm 213148 rx_mgt_frm 10749 rx_bytes 81983195
rx_wepfail 1 rx_unencrypted 1
tx_data_frm 205015 tx_mgmt_frm 5392 tx_bytes 135092365
tx_assoc 1 tx_auth 1
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Thanks for your reply! How do I interpret "6M" rate?
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That's 6mb data rate, implys OFDM modulation, so at least an 802.11g/n capable client.
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Ok, what about MCS index, modulation type, data rate in Mbit/s?
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We've documented some of that in our Knowledge Base.

https://support.ruckuswireless.com/answers/000004046