Documentation for connectionStats for getNetworkWirelessClientConnectionStats

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Beyers
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Documentation for connectionStats for getNetworkWirelessClientConnectionStats

Where can I find the documentation for the return data of API https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api-v1/get-network-wireless-client-connection-stats/ ? The API documentation page has a response schema definition of `object`, not useful at all. Specifically, what are the value definitions of the `connectionStats` structure in the returned data. As an example:

 

 

{
    "mac": "00:61:71:c8:51:27",
    "connectionStats": {
        "assoc": 0,
        "auth": 4,
        "dhcp": 0,
        "dns": 0,
        "success": 10
    }
}

 

 

What does the value 10 mean for "success", and 4 for "auth"? Surely this must be documented somewhere?

 

 

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sungod
Head in the Cloud

success: 10 means the client successfully connected 10 times.

 

The other values are all counts of failed connection attempts for the four different reasons, the meaning of these is the same as you see in Dashboard on the Wireless->Overview page, look at the 'Health' tab.

 

The documentation has more detailed explanations, for instance https://documentation.meraki.com/MR/Network_Service_Health

 

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sungod
Head in the Cloud

success: 10 means the client successfully connected 10 times.

 

The other values are all counts of failed connection attempts for the four different reasons, the meaning of these is the same as you see in Dashboard on the Wireless->Overview page, look at the 'Health' tab.

 

The documentation has more detailed explanations, for instance https://documentation.meraki.com/MR/Network_Service_Health

 

Beyers
Conversationalist

Thank you @sungod your explanation makes it a bit more clear. Wish the API documentation stated as much.

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