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Display IP Address for endpoints

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 Updated October 5th, 2016

Overview

Endpoint-related resources show only hostnames. How do I display IP addresses?

Environment

All versions of NTA

Steps

If you want to display the IP address of an endpoint shown on an endpoint, receiver or transmitters resource, open the appropriate Endpoint Details view and consult the Endpoint Details resource:

  1. Expand the endpoint in the resource to display appropriate routers.
  2. Click the corresponding router to get to the Endpoint Details view.
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