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Linksys Cloud Manager: Clients page

The Linksys Business Dual-Band Cloud Access Points distribute secure Wi-Fi connection to different networks and provide cloud management features so you can monitor your networks from anywhere at any time.
In the Clients page you can view information about the clients in a network.  

Follow these steps to access the Clients page.

Step 1:
Access your Cloud account.  For instructions, click here.

Step 2:
Select a network and click Clients. 
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Here are settings on the Clients page.
Clients settingsDescription
NameThe default name of a client is its MAC address. 
QUICK TIP:  To rename a client, first select a client and then click Rename.  Enter a friendly name in the field and then click Confirm.
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Last SeenThis is the timestamp of the last time the client was seen on the network.
Wireless SSIDThis is the Wireless SSID that the client is connected to.
Access PointThis is the name of the access point the client is connected to.
SignalThis shows you the signal strength of the access point.
BandwidthThis shows you the bandwidth usage of the access point.
PolicyDisplays the policy of a client that is set on the access point.  Click the ellipsis User-added image icon to change the policy for a client.
  • Normal - a client has unrestricted access to an SSID 
  • Blocked - select an SSID to block a client from.  You can block up to 20 clients per SSID.

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QUICK TIP:  To set a policy, just choose whether to give normal access or to block a client from specific SSIDs.  Once you are satisfied with your settings, click Save.
Other Client settingsEllipsis icon - you can click the ellipsis User-added image icon to enter and select Connection, Details or Policy.
  • Connection - displays the client connection information.  You can click Rename on this page to rename the client device.
  • Details - shows you the following information:
    • MAC address - the client’s MAC address
    • Name - the client’s name.  
    • First seen - the first time the client was seen on the network
    • Last seen - last time client was seen on the network
NOTE:  The client's MAC address is the default client name.  You can also click Rename to change it.
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