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On the cisco wlc 5508 we have quite a number of users that stream in our remote offices.  I've created an avc profile, applied it to a test wlan and run some tests.    I wonder if there is a way to identify the individual workstations streaming?    I see that i can go to monitor applications and it shows me the apps being utilized under the ssid.   And i can go into monitor clients and click on each individual client and go to their avc tab.  But we have almost 1000k clients.   Is there a way even in cli to pin down which clients are streaming youtube for example?    We're not using an exporter of any to dump the netflow packets at least at the moment.   if there is a way to view it on the wlc itself?    please advise.  Thanks so much
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should have written we have almost 1000 clients.  not 100,000 clients.  :)
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Craig Beck earned 500 total points
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You need Cisco Prime Infrastructure for this - it will give detailed breakdown of what each user is doing.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/cloud-systems-management/prime-infrastructure/solution_overview_c22-728972.html#_Toc411379825
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dang.  i was afraid someone would say that.
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thanks.  I'll read up on the link you sent.
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