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Wireless clients

The Wireless clients page shows information for all wireless devices connected to the access point on the 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and 6 GHz frequency bands.

Refresh time

Refresh time lets you set the rate at which the access point refreshes wireless device information.

  • Auto refresh time: Select a time interval for the device table list to refresh automatically.
  • Manual refresh: Click Refresh to manually refresh the device table.

WLAN client table

WLAN client table shows information for devices connected to the 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and 6 GHz wireless frequency bands. The information displayed is as follows:

  • SSID: This shows the SSID to which the device is connected.
  • IP address: The IP address of the connected device.
  • MAC address: The MAC address of the connected device.
  • User: Shows the user account signed into the device. Requires authentication. See RADIUS.
  • Tx: Shows the total data packets transmitted by the specified device.
  • Rx: Shows the total data packets received by the specified device.
  • Signal (%): This shows the wireless signal strength for the specified device as a percentage.
  • RSSI (dbm): Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) measures the strength of the access point's signal at the endpoint device. The closer the value is to zero, the stronger the signal is.
  • Connected time: This shows the total time the wireless device has been connected to the access point.
  • Idle time: Shows the time, in seconds, for which the device hasn't transmitted any data packets.
  • Vendor: Shows the vendor of the device's wireless adapter.
  • Kick: Click to disconnect the device from the wireless network.


    Using Kick to disconnect a device from the wireless network doesn't block the device from reconnecting.