WiFi Aid doesn't need to report Blocked Client Connections

Currently, if you block a Client device from connecting to Zyxel WiFi via the Block policy function, this triggers WiFi Aid's alerting system as a connection failure. Having the Blocked device's connection attempts still show up in the Event Log is fine and still useful, but I'd like to suggest that the WiFi Aid tool can differentiate between a genuine connection failure which network admins needs to know about, from the repeated connection attempts from a blocked device which we don't need to have masses of alerts about. Thanks!

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  • Zyxel_Kay
    Zyxel_Kay Posts: 545  Zyxel Employee
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    Hi @AlexWheeler_Seetec

    Thanks for your input. We'll be monitoring the votes and comments as part of our evaluation process.

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