Introduction to Cisco DNA Spaces: Detect and Locate
Cisco DNA Spaces: Detect and Locate enables you to view the current and historic location of Wi-Fi devices in your deploymen.
Using Cisco DNA Spaces: Detect and Locate, you can view the fixed physical layout of all of the building in your network and the Wi-Fi access points (APs) deployed in the building. Besides this, you can see other fixed components such as GPS markers and Exclusion or Inclusion Zone for location calculation. Cisco DNA Spaces: Detect and Locate also allows you to see the dynamic nature of the Wi-Fi devices in your network. You can view the calculated location of the following devices:
Associated Wi-Fi devices—Representted by a green dot and includes information about the device that is determined from the Cisco Wireless Controller (controller) such as IP address and Manufacturer (when available). The history of when these devices were previously seen is also maintained.
Active RFID Wi-Fi Tags—This information is displayed to help troubleshoot applications that use the Tag data
Rogue Access Points—These are APs that the controller detected and labelled as Rogue. The AP MAC address is displayed along with the estimated location.
Rogue Clients—These are Wi-Fi clients that the controller has detected and labelled as Rogue. The client MAC address is displayed along with the estimated location.
Unassociated Wi-Fi devices – The location of these types of devices and their number is calculated on a best-effort basis and displayed. Note that these devices can change their MAC address and will not have a valid location history as long as they are not associated to the network.
For more information about the open source used in Cisco DNA Spaces: Detect and Locate, see: