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Thread: Issue with multiple physical APs being grouped with mac ending x

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    Angry Issue with multiple physical APs being grouped with mac ending x

    I understand that you group based on the Mac address ending digit being very close assuming this is the same AP. How do I turn this off?

    I have two physical Unifi APs

    80:2a:a8:93:bc:54 using channels 6 (ng), 157 (ac)
    80:2a:a8:93:bc:56 using channels 1 (ng), 44 (ac)

    They are showing up in the list as 80:2a:a8:93:bc:5x and with only one channel so all of the graphs are wrong.

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    I don't know of a way around this issue other than using a locally assigned mac address.
    I suggest that you submit a support ticket directly to Metageek.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ua549 View Post
    I suggest that you submit a support ticket directly to Metageek.
    Every now and then, we run into a couple of AP's that very similar MAC addresses, which breaks out grouping. If you could open up a support ticket like ua549 suggested, that would be awesome, as we'd like to take a closer look.
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