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Display bandwidth information on the map

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Created by Jane Baylon, last modified by Erica Gill on Nov 22, 2016

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This article describes how to display the static bandwidth information for each interfaces added on the Network Atlas map.

Please note links manually created in Network Atlas are not expected to have bandwidth displayed by default.


All NPM versions


  1. Open the desired map using the Network Atlas tool.
  2. Highlight and right click the selected interface and select Add Label.
  3. Choose from the following variables listed below:
    FOR INTERFACE PERCENT UTILIZATION: 'Out Util - ${OutPercentUtil}'  In Util - ${InPercentUtil}'
    FOR CURRENT INTERFACE BANDWIDTH: 'Out Bps - ${Outbps}'  In Bps - ${Inbps}'

  4.  Save the changes on the map.



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