What does "Interface: wlan-1-2" mean?

Zyxel_Judy Posts: 905  Zyxel Employee
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In the Event log, the Interface is denoted as wlan-x-y. Here's how to interpret it:

'x' represents the band:
'1' indicates radio 1 (2.4GHz)
'2' indicates radio 2 (5GHz)
'y' represents the SSID number, which can range from 1 to 8.

For instance:
Interface: wlan-1-2 refers to the 2.4GHz band's SSID number 2.
Interface: wlan-2-1 refers to the 5GHz band's SSID number 1.