How to identify to which node a device is connected and to which band

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How to identify to which node a device is connected and to which band
How to identify to which node a device is connected and to which band
2019-02-24 19:35:00 - last edited 2019-02-24 19:38:29
Model: Deco M9 Plus  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.2.4

Hi,

is there any way to identify to which node a device is connected?

and also, is there any way to identify which band a device is using? (2.4 or 5 GHz)

 

thanks,

marco,

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Re:How to identify to which node a device is connected and to which band
2019-02-25 03:15:00
It would also be nice to know if the client is wired or wireless.
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Re:How to identify to which node a device is connected and to which band
2019-02-25 20:22:14

No way until now unfortunately....

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Re:How to identify to which node a device is connected and to which band
2019-02-26 00:55:57

On MacOS:

opt+click on wifi on topbar you see mac address and band.=

 

For mobile you can install WIFIMan and do this.

 

 

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Re:How to identify to which node a device is connected and to which band
2019-03-06 21:01:30

no there isn't .. it is definitely something easy TP Link COULD implement in its GUI, but for some reason they dont want to.  much like most of the (lack of) features.  I don't get it really, I just don't. :(

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