Enable or Disable Device Tracking
Cisco DNA Spaces: Detect and Locate can track the following devices in your network.
Choose Configure>Tracking to enable or disable the tracking of devices.
Rogue Access Points
View the enabled components from the Cisco DNA Spaces: Detect and Locate dashboard.
Enable that the respective Show/Hide button (represented by the eye icon) so that you can view the component on the dashboard.
Cisco DNA Spaces: Detect and Locate maintains a device eviction time of 10 minutes. As long as you receive updates (RSSI, AOA, Info, Stats) from the controller, the device is kept active and is displayed on the dashboard. If updates (RSSI, AOA, Info, Stats) are not received for a particular device within this eviction time, the device is removed from the system.
Configuring Thresholds and Cutoffs
Choose Configure>Location Setup to configure various thresholds and cutoffs.
Relative discard RSSI time (secs): Enter the time, in seconds, after which the RSSI measurement should be considered obsolete and discarded from use in location calculations. This time is from the most recent RSSI sample, and not an absolute time. For example, if this value is set to 3 minutes, and two samples are received at 10 minutes and 12 minutes, both the samples will be retained. However, an additional sample received at 15 minutes is discarded.
Absolute discard RSSI time (mins): Enter the time, in minutes, after which the RSSI measurement should be considered obsolete and discarded from use in location calculations regardless of the most recent sample.
RSSI Cutoff (dBm): Enter the RSSI cutoff value, in dBm, at which you want the server to discard AP measurements.