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Aerohive gives some nice reports that can help identify the heavy users.
The application reporting is the one I pay attention to the most.

Bjorn Behrendt
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On Nov 21, 2014 2:17 PM, "Jeff Weiner" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi all
>
> Starting this school year, we launched a full BYOD program at our High
> School.  Currently we're using Aerohive wireless with 2 SSIDs...one for
> staff and one for students and public.  There are days when network traffic
> flows fairly consistently and other days where it slows to a crawl.  Many
> times when it starts crawling, I've done a Wireshark capture and found a
> device excessively broadcasting and have identified this as part of the
> problem.  How are other schools identifying who the users are of problem
> devices and removing them from the network until the problems can be solved
> on their device?  Currently, I'm using the MAC Address against the DHCP
> lease table to try and identify the owner, but many times with student
> devices, it's just "Dan's PC" or something else non-descriptive.
> Suggestions welcome.  Thank you!
>
> Jeff
>
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> Jeff Weiner
> Technology Director
> Wakefield Public Schools
> Wakefield, MA
>