Available Devices Tab
This document will explain the meaning of each table column in the “Available Devices” tab of the WLAN Controller. The “Available Device” tab contains devices that have been activated and are running a WLAN Controller Client. These columns are “Device Name”, “Class Type”, “Version #”, “Operating System”, “Access Point”, “Wireless Scanner”, “Wired Scanner”, “Email Scan Results”, “Version #”, “Access Point SSID”, “Access Point Key”, Latitude”, “Longitude”, and “Delete.”
The first column “Device Name” will give the MAC address of the device unless the device has been renamed by the user.
The next column “Class Type” will give the type of class that the device is. This “Class Type” is assigned by the user in the “Scanner” Tab. (see WLAN Controller Documentation – advanced filtering)
The next column “Operating System” will display the operating system that the Device is running.
This is a check box that will have a check mark in it when it is selected and will be empty when it is not selected. This check box is only enabled for Mac OS X devices and Windows 7 devices. However if you do not want your Mac OS X or Windows 7 device to be an access point, just simply click the box to “uncheck” this feature.
This is a check box for the “Wireless Scanner” feature. It will have a check mark in it when it is selected and will be empty when it is not selected.
This is a check box for the “Wired Scanner” feature. It will have a check mark in it when it is selected and will be empty when it is not selected.
Email Scan Results
This is a check box for the “Email Scan Results” feature. This feature allows you to receive emails based on the scan results. It will have a check mark in it when it is selected and will be empty when it is not selected.
This column lists the Version of the WLAN Controller Client that the Device is running.
Access Point SSID
This column lists the SSID of the access point that the device is connected to.
Access Point Key
This column lists the “Access Point Key” For the device, so that devices can connect to the device that is set up as an access point. This data will only be available for those devices that can be set up as access points.
This column lists the GPS Latitude of the device.
This column lists the GPS Longitude of the device.
The “Delete” Column is for the user to delete a certain device from the list of Available Devices.
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