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show ap arm client-match rules

show ap arm client-match rules

Description

If the client match feature is enabled, the output of this command shows the rules of AP association changes triggered by the client match feature.

Syntax

No parameters.

Examples

(host)[mm]#show ap arm client-match rules

ARM Client Match Rule Table

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ID Env ID Mac/Devtype Steer Restrict Steer Intvl Override dot11v Device cap CM Params

-- ------ ----------- -------------- ----------- --------------- ---------- ---------

0 0 Ipad None 300* No D 18/10/65/65/45/0/10/10000*/1*/1*/30/30/5/20/30/15/5/100/200/55/

1 0 Ipod None 300* No None 18/10/65/65/45/0/10/10000*/1*/1*/30/30/5/20/30/15/5/100/200/55/

2 0 Iphone None 300* No D 18/10/65/65/45/0/10/10000*/1*/1*/30/30/5/20/30/15/5/100/200/55/

3 0 Android None 0 No D 18/10/65/65/45/0/10/5/1*/1*/30/30/5/20/30/15/5/100/200/55/

* indicates non-default value

Steer Restrict Flags S: Sticky L: Load Balance H:HE Steer B: Bandsteer

Device Cap Flags D: Dual network

Override dot11v: Rule based 802.11v usage for steer

Params: Sticky low SNR/Sticky delta SNR/Sticky min signal

Bandst min A sig/Bandst max G sig

Abridged bit for 11v BTM/Steer restriction window

dot11v BTM attempts/Disassoc Imm/Pref Cand List

LB SNR Thr/LB Client Thr/LB Sig Delta/LB Thr Pct

MU SNR Thr/MU Client Thr/MU Sig Delta

dot11v Disassoc Timer/dot11v Validity Intvl/HE min sig

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Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

Licensing

Command Mode

All platforms

Base operating system.

Enable or Config mode on Mobility Master.

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