Cisco Catalyst Center Assurance Wi-Fi 6 Dashboard
We recommend you manage this feature using the Cisco Catalyst Center UI. The procedures are to be executed with for debugging purposes only.
The Cisco DNA Center Assurance Wi-Fi 6 Dashboard provides a visual representation of your wireless network. The dashboard contains various dashlets which show you the Wi-Fi 6 Readiness, and the efficiency of the Wi-Fi 6 networks compared to non-Wi-Fi 6 networks. For more information, see the Monitor Wi-Fi 6 Readiness section in the Cisco DNA Assurance User Guide.
Client Distribution by Capability: This dashlet shows all the clients associated and their capability in the wireless network. The inner circle shows the wireless protocol capabilities of all the different clients in the network. Capability here is the ability of wireless clients to associate with Wi-Fi 6 APs or non-Wi-fi 6 APs. The outer arc segment shows how many 802.11ax capable clients are joined to a Wi-Fi 6 network as well as how many of them are not.
Wi-Fi 6 Network Readiness: This dashlet shows all the APs in the network. The inner circle shows the APs which are Wi-Fi 6 APs and non Wi-Fi 6 APs. The outer arc segment shows the number of Wi-Fi 6 enabled AP in the network.
AP Distribution by Protocol: This dashlet shows the protocols enabled on your APs in real time.
Wireless Airtime Efficiency: This dashlet compares and displays the Airtime Efficiency between your Wi-Fi 6 network and Non-Wi-Fi 6 network for each of the access categories (voice, video, best effort, background).
The spectrum is efficiently utilized if the AP’s radios can send more traffic (successful bytes transmitted to the client) in less airtime (microseconds) than other networks under similar RF conditions.
Wireless Latency by Client Count: This Dashlet compares the Wireless Latency between your Wi-Fi 6 and Non-Wi-Fi 6 Network for each of the access categories (voice, video, best effort, background).
Wireless latency is measured by the time (microseconds) it takes for a packet to be successfully transmitted from an AP to the client. Hence, AP radios with a higher client count generally have higher latency than compared to those with a lower client count under similar RF conditions.
Client count in this dashlet refers to the clients that are actively sending traffic for a given Access Category and are not just associated clients.