_test auth mac-bind del ssid mac

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Hi guys
When I use in command _test auth mac_bind del SSID mac
It does not work to remove user associated with a key psk
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Posted 2 years ago

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Out of curiosity, who told you about this command and what are you trying to accomplish?

In general, any command in HiveOS that starts off with "_test" is extremely unsafe to use unless it is under the direct supervision of Aerohive Technical Support -- we can and do change these at with and without any notice, because they are intended for employee use only. In this particular case, I don't think this command has worked for at least four years.

What version of HiveOS are you using, and what hardware platforms? I suspect we still can satisfy your needs, but not using the command you were attempting to use...
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Version hiveOs 6.6r2a  Irvine build2309
platform: AP230

Thanks Mike,  
What I need is to delete username associated an  one key psk
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I am likewise curious how you found this. If you found it by independent means, kudos.
All bets are off as to what will happen when you call-and-use what is an undocumented private implementation detail.
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show ***
or more specifically, show ***

:)

-removed command
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Okay... If by "one key psk" you mean what we call a Private PSK or PPSK, then things changed a little bit in HiveOS 6.6r1. I think these are the commands you should be interested in and using, now:

security-object <string> security private-psk mac-binding-keys-per-mac <number>
security-object <string> security private-psk mac-binding-macs-per-key <number>
exec auth <ssid_string> ppsk-mac-unbinding mac <mac_addr> > [disable-ppsk]
exec auth <ssid_string> ppsk-mac-unbinding ppsk <string> > [disable-ppsk]
exec auth <ssid_string> ppsk-mac-unbinding mac <mac_addr> > ppsk <string> > [disable-ppsk]
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Thanks Mike, succefull
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Johan,

Do you know about the following CLI command for discovering supported commands?

show cmds | { include | exclude } regex_string
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I do not know commands show commands, as I use