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Detecting all wifi devices in range

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Hi guys,

My boss has me trying to use a Digi Transport WR44 to count all unconnected wifi devices in range of the unit for passenger counting. Is this even possible?

asked Jan 10 in Digi TransPort by jakelstr New to the Community (0 points)

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I would start with the Transport Users Guide.
There are several CLI commands you can do wifi scan not sure if this is what your looking for:
Related CLI Commands
Equivalent Web Parameter
Displays the Wi-Fi connection table.
Performs wifi network scan
Displays the Wi-Fi statistics.
answered Jan 10 by Campbell Seasoned Professional (186 points)
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if you want to do it programmatically you could do a python program that used the sarcli module. You would use that to issue the appropriate commands: wificonn, etc.
answered Apr 11 by kjensen8 Veteran of the Digi Community (469 points)
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