Usage

Navigate to Dashboard > Overview and click USAGE icon. The Usage page displays the usage summary of APs, Clients, Low Performing Wi-Fi Wi-Fi is a technology that allows electronic devices to connect to a WLAN network, mainly using the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio bands. Wi-Fi can apply to products that use any 802.11 standard., and Low Performing Clients on the managed devices in the network. See Figure 1 for Usage page.

Figure 1  Usage Page

TOP ACCESS POINTS — Displays five access points with highest number of bytes transmitted or received, in decreasing order. Click the horizontal bar to navigate to the Access points table and view the details of the selected access point. For more information, see Details.

TOP CLIENTS — Displays five clients with highest number of bytes transmitted or received, in decreasing order. Click the horizontal bar to navigate to the Wireless clients table and view the details of the selected wireless client. For more information, see Details.

LOW PERFORMING WI-FI — Displays the details of low performing access points in the network. You can view the following information using the Show APs with drop-down list.

LOW PERFORMING CLIENTS — Displays the details of low performing access points in the network. You can view the following information using the Show clients with drop-down list.