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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Connected clients

In the Diagnostics and Tools pane, the Clients tab displays detailed information about the health of individual WiFi connections.

To view WiFi clients:
  1. Go to AP Manager .
  2. In the tree menu, go to Device & Groups > Managed FortiGate (#), and select a managed device. Alternatively, you can select a device in a group, see FortiAP groups.
  3. Select a FortiAP from the table.
  4. In the toolbar, click More > Diagnostics and Tools.
  5. In the Diagnostics and Tools pane, click the Clients tab. The Clients table displays a list of clients in the selected FortiGate.

    The following columns are available:

    IP

    The IP address assigned to the wireless client.

    SSID

    The SSID that the client connected to.

    FortiAP

    The serial number of the FortiAP unit that the client connected to.

    Device

    The type of device that the client is using.

    Channel

    The wireless radio channel that is used.

    Bandwidth Tx/Rx

    Client received and transmitted bandwidth, in Kbps.

    Signal Strength/Noise

    The signal-to-noise ratio in dBs calculated from signal strength and noise level.

    Signal Strength

    The relative signal strength of the AP.

    Association Time

    How long the client has been connected to this access point.

    Authentication

    The type of authentication used.

    Bandwidth RX

    Client received bandwidth, in Kbps.

    Bandwidth TX

    Client transmitted bandwidth, in Kbps.

    Device OS

    The OS version on the FortiAP.

    Host Information

    The host name of the WiFi client, if available.

    Idle Time

    The amount of time that the client has been idle.

    Manufacturer

    The manufacturer of the client device.

    Rate

    The connection rate between the WiFi client and the AP.

    Name

    The name of the FortiGate device that the FortiAP is attached to.

Connected clients

In the Diagnostics and Tools pane, the Clients tab displays detailed information about the health of individual WiFi connections.

To view WiFi clients:
  1. Go to AP Manager .
  2. In the tree menu, go to Device & Groups > Managed FortiGate (#), and select a managed device. Alternatively, you can select a device in a group, see FortiAP groups.
  3. Select a FortiAP from the table.
  4. In the toolbar, click More > Diagnostics and Tools.
  5. In the Diagnostics and Tools pane, click the Clients tab. The Clients table displays a list of clients in the selected FortiGate.

    The following columns are available:

    IP

    The IP address assigned to the wireless client.

    SSID

    The SSID that the client connected to.

    FortiAP

    The serial number of the FortiAP unit that the client connected to.

    Device

    The type of device that the client is using.

    Channel

    The wireless radio channel that is used.

    Bandwidth Tx/Rx

    Client received and transmitted bandwidth, in Kbps.

    Signal Strength/Noise

    The signal-to-noise ratio in dBs calculated from signal strength and noise level.

    Signal Strength

    The relative signal strength of the AP.

    Association Time

    How long the client has been connected to this access point.

    Authentication

    The type of authentication used.

    Bandwidth RX

    Client received bandwidth, in Kbps.

    Bandwidth TX

    Client transmitted bandwidth, in Kbps.

    Device OS

    The OS version on the FortiAP.

    Host Information

    The host name of the WiFi client, if available.

    Idle Time

    The amount of time that the client has been idle.

    Manufacturer

    The manufacturer of the client device.

    Rate

    The connection rate between the WiFi client and the AP.

    Name

    The name of the FortiGate device that the FortiAP is attached to.