Wednesday, 30 September 2020

Advanced Statistics


Advanced Statistics, Advanced Statistics provides information about the current transformer connection. This information specifies how the switch will communicate with an access point. In the advanced menu, click on Advanced Statistics to access.


Advanced Statistics: 

This information is about how the adapter is communicating with an access point.



If the switch finds an access point to which it can be connected, the value is in range, otherwise, the value is out of range.


  1. Access point MAC address: The twelve-digit MAC address (00: 40: 96: 31: 1C: 05) of the access point.
  2. A number of associations: The number of times the access point finds the switch.
  3. Access Point Count: The number of access points available within the range of the WiFi adapter.
  4. A number of complete scans: The number of times the switcher scans all channels in order to receive information.
  5. A number of partial wipes: The number of wipes that were stopped.
  6. Roaming: This information contains counters related to the reasons for roaming the adapter. Roaming occurs when a switch connects to an access point and then connects to another for better signal strength.


Roaming count: The number of times roaming occurs


  • AP did not transmit: The adapter did not receive a radio transmission from the access point. The access point may need to be reset.
  • Poor beacon quality: The signal quality is too low to maintain a connection to the access point. Either you moved the switch outside the access point's coverage area or the address information of the access point device has changed.
  • Access Point Load Balancing: The access point terminated its association with the switch based on the access point's inability to maintain communication with all of its associated adapters. The number of adapters trying to connect to a single access point is too much.
  • The Access Point Received Signal Strength Index (RSSI) is too low: The Received Signal Strength Index (RSSI) is too low to maintain an association with the switch. It may have moved outside the coverage area of ​​the access point or the connection point may have increased its data rate.
  • Poor channel quality: The channel quality is poor which causes the switch to search for another access point.
  • Access point dropped the mobile unit: The access point dropped a computer from the list of known mobile devices. The computer must re-pair with an access point.
  • Miscellaneous: Use this information to see if pairing with a different access point increases performance and helps maintain the highest data rates possible.
  • Received beacons: The number of beacons received by the switcher.
  • Percentage of Missed Guides: The percentage of missed spots.
  • Transmission error percentage: The percentage of data transmissions with errors.
  • Signal strength: The signal strength of the access point that the switch is connected to is shown in decibels (dBm).

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