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Select MONITORING > DEVICE to display the Devices page, and select a network on the top to filter devices.

1. AP List
The AP List displays basic device information, including the online/offline status, SN, config status, MAC, alias, management IP & public IP, clients, network, firmware version, offline time, model and description.
The AP List automatically refreshes every minute. Click to enable/disable the auto refresh function.
Above the list is the Add function. Click to display the Move to, Delete, and Reboot functions. For more information, refer to Basic AP Operations.
The Search function supports fuzzy queries based on the serial number, alias and description, and also supports queries based on online/offline status.
Click the record in the Config Status column to open the Config Status page. On this page, you can deliver one or all configurations.
The number of devices which have available firmware for upgrade is displayed on the upper-left corner of the AP List page. Click New Firmware to display the New Firmware List. Then click Go To Upgrade to enter the MAINTENANCE > UPGRADE > Upgrade page.
For more information, refer to Device Details.

2. Device Details
Click the SN in the AP List to open the details page for a single device. The page displays detailed device information, including basic information, performance data, traffic data, client data, online/offline status, RF information, and device logs.
The AP information is described as:
l AP Info
The basic information includes serial number, MAC address, management IP address, device model, configuration status, firmware version, hardware version, alias, and description.
l Status
The performance data includes the AP connection status, number of online clients, CPU usage, and memory usage.
l Connectivity
AP connectivity refers to the connectivity (online status) between AP and Cloud Service within a period (1 day or 7 days).
l Traffic Summary
You can view the AP traffic statistics in the last 24 hours or the last 1 week.
l Radio List
The Radio List page displays the RF information, including the RF type, current channel, power (percentage), frequency bandwidth, and channel usage.
l Client List
The client list displays information about clients currently associated with the APs, including the IP address, MAC address, SSID, RSSI, traffic, online/offline status, and terminal type.
l Adjacent RF Signal
The Adjacent RF Signal page displays the RF signals (scanned BSSID) emitted by adjacent APs. The Radio, Adjacent Channel, and RSSI in the list are scanned information. If a signal comes from the AP managed by the cloud controller, the adjacent AP SN and adjacent MAC address will be identified and displayed; otherwise, these two items are in an unidentified state.
l Scan Adjacent RF
The system provides the function of triggering APs to scan adjacent RF signals. With this function, identified and unidentified RF signals can be observed. There are two known scenarios:
    1. Testing the number and strength of RF signals emitted by neighboring APs that are not managed by the system to predict a degree of RF interference.
    2. Identifying RF signals emitted by neighboring APs managed by the system to diagnose the RF functions and powered-on status of neighboring APs.
On the device details page, an AP may be triggered to perform scanning and display the scanning result. The following steps describe the method for scanning the adjacent RF signals:
Click Scan Adjacent RF to trigger an AP to scan adjacent RF signals.
After the AP is triggered, the trigger time, expected completion time, and status are displayed in the status bar. Then wait for the AP to finish scanning and send the results to the cloud controller.
A list of RF signals scanned by the AP is displayed after the scanning. The list supports a filtering function based on the RF type (2.4 GHz/5 GHz).
The system stores the latest scanning results, which overwrites earlier data.
If the adjacent AP SN and MAC address are unidentified, it indicates that the RF source is not managed by the system; otherwise, the RF signal is emitted by an AP.
l Device Log
The device log records the historical operations, and currently supports the online/offline records, restart records, and upgrade records, and supports queries based on the log type and period.

3. Basic AP Operations
l Add
Select the network, and click Add. Both batch import and manual add are supported.
Click Download Template to download the template, enter AP information, and click ‘.xls File to import the template.
Click Add a Device, enter SN and alias of the AP, and click OK. Click to add multiple APs.
l Move to
Select one or multiple devices in the AP List, click More > Move to, select the new network and click OK.
l Delete
Select one or multiple devices in the AP List, click More > Delete and click OK.
l Reboot
Select one or multiple devices in the AP List, and click Reboot.

4. Web CLI
Select one or multiple devices in the AP List, and click Web CLI. The Web CLI dialog box is displayed, and device information can be queried via the menus in this dialog box. The menus vary with the products.
In the command entry box, the TAB key and question mark (?) both can complete a command.
To kick off clients or add clients to blacklist, enter the MAC address in the format of “H.H.H”n Client.

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