We monitor selected statistics for the campus network's wireless infrastructure.
For each monitored interface, you may view
graphs showing the traffic volume in and out of that
interface over several recent time periods
(the past 31 hours, 8 days, 31 days, and 365 days).
In most cases, volume is measured by bit rate and packet rate.
Traffic graphed as "incoming"
represents traffic entering the monitored network interface,
while the traffic graphed as "outgoing"
represents traffic leaving the network interface.
We also monitor some devices for other
statistics such as CPU load, free memory,
number of access points, or number of wireless stations.
The monitoring is performed with
The display you see will be refreshed automatically by your Web browser every five minutes.
- Cisco Aironet
Each of our 10-20 Cisco Aironet wireless access points is an independent device
(acting as a bridge). No centralized statistics are available.
- Aruba Wireless Local Controllers
Each of our 7100+ Aruba wireless access points tunnels wireless station traffic to one of a set
of Aruba wireless local controllers.
- Aruba Wireless Master Controllers
- Aruba Clearpass Policy Managers
The documents below collect some of the graphs above
from several related devices or interfaces.
A service of
OIT Networking & Monitoring Services
The Office of Information Technology,