Viewing AP Client Statistics

AP Client Statistics is a cumulative value per session and one entry is created per session. Data is reported every 60 seconds and is not bin data. The user interface displays the table and its corresponding graph chart. The two representations are synchronized and controlled by the search criteria. For performance reasons, the total counters per DP or per GGSN IP for each bin is precalculated.

To view AP Client Statistics:

  1. From the left pane, select Report > Historical Client Stats. The Ruckus AP Client page appears.
  2. Update the parameters as explained in the table below.
  3. Click:
    • Load Data— To view the report in the workspace.
    • Export CSV—To open or save the report in CSV file format.
Table 1. AP Client Statistics Report Parameters
Field Description Your Action
Time Period Indicate the time period for which you want to view the report. Move the slider to set the duration.
Zone Name Specifies the zone for which you want to view the report. Enter the zone name or choose the zone from the list.
Client MAC Specifies the MAC. Enter the client MAC.
Client IP Indicates the client IP. Enter the client IP address.

The table below contains historical client statistics report based on the UE session statistics.

Table 2. AP Client Statistics Report Attributes
Attribute Type Description
Start Long Indicates the session creation time.
End Long Indicates the session end time.
Client MAC String Indicates the Mac address of the client.
Client IP Address String Indicates the IP address of the client.
Core Type String Indicates the core network tunnel type.
AP MAC String Indicates the Client AP MAC.
SSID String Indicates the SSID
Bytes from Client Long Indicates the number of bytes received from the client.
Bytes to Client Long Indicates the number of bytes sent to the client.
Packets from Client Long Indicates the number of packets received from the client.
Packets to Client Long Indicates the number of packets sent to the client.
Dropped Packets from Client Long Indicates the number of packets dropped from the client.
Dropped Packets to Client Long Indicates the number of packets dropped to the client.