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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display station offline-record

display station offline-record

Function

The display station offline-record command displays STAs' going-offline records.

Format

display station offline-record { all | sta-mac sta-mac }

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
all Displays all STAs' going-offline records. -
sta-mac sta-mac Displays the going-offline records of a specified STA. The STA's MAC address must exist.

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

After a STA goes offline, you can use this command to check the reason why the STA goes offline.

Example

# Display all STAs' going-offline records.

<Huawei> display station offline-record all
Reason distribution
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Reason                                                                 Count Percent
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The STA ages out.                                                      1      14.29%
Other Reasons.                                                         6      85.71%
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total Count: 7
 
Recent records
Rf/WLAN: Radio ID/WLAN ID
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
STA MAC         Ap name        Rf/WLAN    Last record time
                Reason
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
044b-ed3f-3db9       0006-f499-9880 1/3        2018-04-18/12:10:26
                The STA is deauthenticated.
5425-ea8e-8fa0       0006-f499-9880 0/2        2018-04-18/07:17:40
                The STA disassociates with the network.
5425-ead2-efc4       0006-f499-9880 1/3        2018-04-19/02:34:03
                The STA disassociates with the network.
                     0006-f499-9880 1/4        2018-04-18/08:36:35
                The STA disassociates with the network.
                     0006-f499-9880 1/4        2018-04-18/08:35:30
                AAA cut command
acf7-f3c9-8a72       0006-f499-9880 0/2        2018-04-18/06:47:30
                The STA disassociates with the network.
c894-bbb4-1750       0006-f499-9880 0/2        2018-04-18/14:06:41
                The STA ages out.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total stations: 5 Total records: 7 
Table 8-21  Description of the display station offline-record command output

Item

Description

Reason distribution

Distribution of reasons of STAs going offline.

Count

Number of times that a reason is displayed.

Percent

Percentage of a reason.

Recent records

Recent reason records of STAs' going-offline.

STA MAC MAC address of a STA.

Ap name

Name of the AP from which STAs go offline.

Radio ID/WLAN ID ID of the radio or WLAN ID of the VAP from which a STA goes offline.
Last record time Time when the STA went offline last time.
Reason

Reason why the STA went offline.

For troubleshooting methods, see A STA Goes Offline Unexpectedly.

Total stations Total number of STAs.
Total records Total number of STA offline records.
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Updated: 2019-11-21

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