To view details of an unclassified rogue, click the MAC Address parameter.
||The MAC address of the rogue access point.
||The number of Cisco radios that detect the rogue access point radio.
|Number of Clients
||The number of clients associated with the rogue access point.
The status of the automatic and configurable state of the radio relative to the network or device. Values are as follows:
- Internal—The unknown access point is inside the network and poses no threat to WLAN security. For example, the access points in your lab network is an internal rogue access point.
- External—The unknown access point is outside the network and poses no threat to WLAN security. For example, the access points that belong to a neighboring coffee shop are external rogue access points.
- Alert—The unknown access point is not in the neighbor list or in the user-configured friendly MAC list.
- Contained—The unknown access point is contained by the device so that its signals no longer interfere with authorized clients.
The time duration when the radio was last heard.
|SSID (Max RSSI)
||The maximum RSSI value that rogues should have for APs to detect.
||The last channel of the rogue access point radio.