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Finding network history of MAC Address (new device alert)

Discussion in 'ASUSWRT - Official' started by AlphaGator, Jun 14, 2018 at 4:27 PM.

  1. AlphaGator

    AlphaGator Occasional Visitor

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    I have an AC-RT5300 and had a new device alert yesterday and I allowed it to join the network. The packet analyzer in the AISecurity allowed me to analyze the source/target.

    The log shows the device being added to the network and says:
    Jun 13 22:34:15 roamast: eth1: add client [ac:9e:17:92:f1:28] to monitor list

    I had the new device alert on but I did not have device logging turned on. I turned that on after the fact. Is there a way to get the QoS web history from that device even though the logging was not on?
     
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