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Node details

In the Top 10 Nodes by # of Events widget, click a node to open the Nodes Details page. This page displays an overview about every device monitored by LEM.

The Nodes Details page contains the Node:Details, Node:Connectors Applied, and Nodes:All Events widgets.

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Node:Details widget

This widget displays detailed information about the specified node, such as node IP, node name, last event, and so on.

Node:Connectors applied widget

This widget provides a list of connectors configured for the selected node and whether the connectors are enabled or disabled. You can also turn the connectors on or off and configure new connectors.

Node:All events widget

This widget lists all events generated by the selected node and displays statistics of the events in a graph. Click an event to view the Event Details page for the selected event.

Using this widget, you can filter events by event group, switch between Grid and Details views, and adjust the view from the last ten minutes to last week.

Color-coding allows you to highlight events that may need attention. A green line on a graph represents informational events; a yellow line represents warning events; and a red line represents critical events.

 

 
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