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Old 04-21-2010, 12:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all. We have been trying to track down a 'rogue' wireless MAC address that's causing some trouble on some access points. The MAC identifies it as a RIM device, but I don't see where I can view the MACs of the BBs in BB Manager. Anyone have any ideas?

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Don't think you can. But you could reserve that MAC address on the DHCP and give it an address that doesn't work.
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Yup. Give that MAC address a trip to nowheres-ville.
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The AP problem was cleared up a few weeks ago (elegant solution BTW TargetIT). I was researching ways that we could investigate these things in the future. It seemed odd that there wasn't a way to list a BB's MAC from the BES Manager.
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The AP problem was cleared up a few weeks ago (elegant solution BTW TargetIT). I was researching ways that we could investigate these things in the future. It seemed odd that there wasn't a way to list a BB's MAC from the BES Manager.
Well I think part of the problem is that WiFi is fairly new to the BB - they probably consider it an add-on feature. I'm sure eventually it will show up for this exact reason. With all the features BES has, it surprises me when they don't include something.
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