So I have a question.
I have 2x AP's setup at work, the main reason for doing this 'installation' was to monitor the usage at work and who uses how much data etc.
It's been running for about 3 months and the usage has dropped.
We have a 100GB cap on a 10MB ADSL and prior to the APs being installed, we were hitting that 100GB in like 5 to 10 days - that is no longer, so awesome!
What I do want to do is;
I want to be able to pull a report and show how much each user is using in a month or whatever.
So what I've done is obviously setup the AP's to the ADSL router.
Changed the wireless password and each person has to come to me to connect them and then I've named them accordingly (given them a alias) which is name, surname, persal and device type.
Please can I get guidance on how to pull a report and show my managers the data usage during X period for users.
I do know, that if I goto a user, click on the history stats, I can see it, but that is a mission to do considering I have connected over 300 people here (but only ever 20± are using it at any given time)
This is the first thing I want to teach myself.
I have the same setup at home but instead of 2 AP's I have 3 covering my place- I want to be able to do the same thing, but just teaching myself that aspect first.
At home, my next step is to get a USG.
well... each device needs to be named for you to know who it belongs to.
then you can go to "insights" and select "client history" and "last 24 hours" or "30 days" or what ever.
you can name each client by clicking on them, select configuration and then enter a name under alias in general.
you would need to show your managers the data directly on the controller. or just windows key + shift + s and click drag the screenshot selection and email it...
of course if you want to see what the user was doing, clicking on the user and select "deep packet inspection" and it shows a bit of information