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by anonymous

I'm currently using Teltonika RUTX11 with FW Version: RUTX_R_00.07.04.1. How can i get the RSSI of Wi-FI from CLI?

We already tried 'gsmctl -q' but it seems the values are different that what appears on the web interface.

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by anonymous

Hello,

If by RSSI you mean signal received from a client's device, you can use the following command:

  • ubus call iwinfo assoclist '{"device":"wlan0"}'

You might need to replace wlan0 with wlan1, depending on whether you are using 2.4GHz or 5GHz frequency interfaces.

It will list extensive details about each connected client, add the following to the command, to filter RSSI values only:

  • ubus call iwinfo assoclist '{"device":"wlan0"}' | grep signal

Best regards

by anonymous
Hello,

thanks for your reply.

In our case, we are using the RUTX11 as a client. In this case, it would be measuring the signal to the neighboring APs. Is this supported in the CLI? We could see this metric is reported in the GUI.

Best,
by anonymous

Hello,

The following commands will show available access points along with numerous related details:

  • iwlist wlan0 scanning
  • ubus call iwinfo scan '{"device":"wlan0"}'

As previously, scan separately for wlan0 and wlan1, to get information for 2.4GHz and 5GHz interfaces.

Best regards,