Checking clients connected to a node


Procedure for checking clients connected to a node:
1. Log in to DeviceManager.
2. Choose System > Device View.
3. Click the name of a node on the Node List tab page.
4. Click the Clients tab to view client information about the node.

Other related questions:
Controlling the range of nodes connected to each client
The InfoEqualizer feature introduces the concepts of zone and subnet. A zone corresponds to a group of nodes and can have its own domain name and load balancing policy. Clients can send access requests to nodes in a specific zone using the domain name of the zone.

Retaining online services of clients connected to a faulty node
The InfoEqualizer feature introduces dynamic IP addresses, which each corresponds to a dynamic domain name. If domain names are not resolved, when clients access a node using the node's IP address and the node becomes faulty later, this IP address can automatically "float" to another node.

Detecting and evenly distributing client connection loads among nodes
The InfoEqualizer feature employs a load detection mechanism that can allocate access requests based on load balancing policies.

Display IP addresses of clients connected to S series switch
When an S series switch, except S1700, works at Layer 2, only the MAC address of the interface is displayed, but IP address is not displayed. When an S series switch, except S1700, works at Layer 3 and you have known the MAC address of a connected client, you can run the display arp all command to check the IP address of the client. If you do not know the MAC address of the client, run the ipconfig/all command on your PC. For example: display arp all IP ADDRESSMAC ADDRESSEXPIRE(M) TYPEINTERFACEVPN-INSTANCE VLAN/CEVLAN 00e0-0987-7890 I - Eth0/0/0 0000-5e00-0149 20 D-0 Eth0/0/0 Total:2 Dynamic:1 Static:0 Interface:1 (1) The IP address of the PC with MAC address 00e0-0987-7890 is (2) The total number of dynamic and static ARP entries is the number of access users.

Forwarding access requests initiated by clients using a node's static IP address to another node after node failover
The InfoEqualizer feature employs a domain name resolution mechanism that can dynamically allocate access requests initiated by clients using domain names to other nodes after node failover.

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