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Monitoring Sessions on a Device Using Network Director Mobile

 

To monitor session activity on a device:

  1. Locate the device as described in Locating a Device and Viewing Device Properties Using Network Director Mobile.
  2. Select the device from the list.
  3. Select Session Details.

    The Session Details page for the device opens. You can select the Graph or List buttons to view the information in those formats.

  4. To see historical session data, select Session Trend.

    You can select the time period to view by selecting a time period from the list in the page’s title bar.

    For a description of the information presented in the list view, see Table 1.

  5. To see current session data, select Current Sessions.

    For a description of the information presented in the list view, see Table 2.

  6. (On wireless LAN controllers only) To see the ten sessions that are using the most bandwidth, select Top 10 Sessions.

    For a description of the information presented in the list view, see Table 3.

Table 1: Session Trend Details

Table Column

Description

Time

Time when a poll occurred.

Min Session Count

Minimum session count for the time period.

Avg Session Count

Average session count.

Max Session Count

Maximum session count for the time period.

Table 2: Current Session Details

Table Column

Description

Username

Client’s user name

MAC Address

Client’s MAC address.

Controller IP

IP address of the controller to which the client is connected.

AP ID

Name of the wireless access point to which the client is connected.

SSID

SSID to which a wireless client is connected.

Incremental Data Usage (KBytes)

The session’s current incremental data usage.

Table 3: Top 10 Session Details

Table Column

Description

Username

Client’s user name

MAC Address

Client’s MAC address.

Time

Time when the session data was polled from the device.

Incremental Data Usage (KBytes)

The session’s current incremental data usage.