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Retain client information from Aruba controller

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We have an Aruba 3400 controller and have a guest network configured.  The ability to see currently logged in clients is great, but that goes away once the user's connection is gone.  I was wondering if there is anyway to retain that information so it can be reviewed if necessary?
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Jakob Digranes earned 2000 total points
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nope ---- to get client history - for both guest and coprporate, you need the Airwave software;
http://arubanetworks.com/products/management-security-software-2/airwave

Which really is a great software, since you have a 3400 controller i guess you have quite a few APs up and running. The airwave can give alerts to sms or email, if you have drwaings of your buildings and AP placement, you can get live coverage, based on how well the APs hear each other, possiblity to triangulate to get rogues ++++
you can also monitor non-Aruba equipment, like Cisco and HP swicthes
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