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Import into Network Monitor

Created by Aileen de Lara_ret, last modified by Aileen de Lara_ret on Jan 12, 2017

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Several file formats are supported for importing IP address lists into Network Monitor.

  1. Click File > Import, and then select the format of the file to import:
  2. Select the nodes to import into Network Monitor, and then click OK.

Import from a Network Sonar database

If you have discovered your network using Network Sonar, you can import the discovery results directly into Network Monitor. See Network Sonar

Import from a comma delimited file

When you create a comma delimited file, also referred to as a CSV or comma separated value file, each field is separated by a comma. For Network Monitor, ensure the first field is the IP address and the second field is the node name. The following example was created with Ping Sweep, leaving response time out of the report.

# Exported from PingSweep

"IP address ","DNS Lookup"

10.45.19.1,Admin.SolarWinds.com

10.45.19.2,www.NovtekVideo.com

10.45.19.3,PerfMan.SolarWinds.com

10.45.19.4,F3.SolarWinds.com

10.45.19.5,Development.SolarWinds.com

10.45.19.6,ww2.SolarWinds.com

10.45.19.7,

10.45.19.8,

10.45.19.9,

10.45.19.10,

10.45.19.11,

10.45.19.12,

10.45.19.13,

10.45.19.14,

10.45.19.15,

10.45.19.16,

10.45.19.17,

10.45.19.18,

10.45.19.19,

10.45.19.20,WebDev.SolarWinds.com

Import from a tab delimited file

Each field in this file format is separated by a tab. The first field is the IP address and the second field is the node name. The following example was created with Ping Sweep, leaving response time out of the report

# Exported from PingSweep

IP address DNS Lookup

216.60.197.200 ww2.SolarWinds.com

216.60.197.201 Admin.SolarWinds.com

216.60.197.202 www.NovtekVideo.com

216.60.197.203 PerfMan.SolarWinds.com

216.60.197.204 Family.SolarWinds.com

216.60.197.205 Development.SolarWinds.com

216.60.197.206 www.RCC4Jesus.org

216.60.197.207

216.60.197.208

216.60.197.209

216.60.197.210

216.60.197.211

216.60.197.212

216.60.197.213

216.60.197.214

216.60.197.215

216.60.197.216

216.60.197.217

216.60.197.218

216.60.197.219

216.60.197.220 WebDev.SolarWinds.com

Import from a Microsoft Access database

This import method reads directly from a Microsoft Access database. You must select the table within the Access database that contains the nodes to import.

Network Monitor attempts to determine which field contains the IP addresses. If it cannot determine which field contains the IP addresses, and then you must select the field. You must also select the field that contains the name of each node.

 
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