01-23-2017 05:08 PM
Is there a way to check which access point a client is connected to on the client? I guess meraki has a intercept page (my.meraki.com) like the home netgear products do (mynetgear.com).
I know I can check the controller or AP for connected clients, but I am trying to troubleshoot some iPad connection issues which more than likely boil down to an app problem, but could be network related. We have a ZD1205 and 14 APs. I have 2 new r500 on my desk and currently have mostly zf7363, 1 r500 deployed and 3 x zf7782.
01-24-2017 10:44 AM
01-24-2017 10:48 AM
Thanks, I did not see it in the docs so figured it might not be in there. Did a tracert before posting in here and of course I just saw the gateways. tried arp -a etc but just shows resolved hosts.
I am just trying to see if roaming AP could be causing the trouble or just a vendors app. iPads have awful wireless, so that does not help.
01-24-2017 02:58 PM
Maybe I should start a new thread.
So I guess this question is more of a keeping clients associated to a particular AP longer. I will try to make a new SSID and have it on a WLAN group and throw specific AP's in it to broadcast that SSID.
the link inside the thread below is dead, but I am guessing I make a SSID, configure a WLAN group with all the SSIDS I want and the new one, Make an AP Group and configure the WLAN group override, then put the APs in that group?
I have excellent wifi coverage and no computers mess up, just ipad apps because they, or just this, app are stateful and socket based I guess so it craps out if these ipads are maybe changing AP association.