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All Nodes - Tree

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Created by Jeremy Holmes, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

The All Nodes - Tree resource provides a status icon and the node name for each node monitored by Orion NPM. Clicking a node name opens the Node Details view for the selected node.

Environment

Orion 2013+

Steps

  1. Clicking Edit allows you to edit the All Nodes - Tree Resource Title and group displayed nodes into three levels, using any of the following node properties:
    • Note: Any custom properties defined for nodes will also be listed as grouping criteria.
      • Status
      • Vendor
      • Machine Type
      • Contact
      • Location
      • IOS Image
      • IOS Version
      • IP Version
      • Object Sub-Type
      • System OID
      • City
      • Comments
      • Department
  2. Nodes that report null values for the selected grouping property may either be collected in a group designated as [Unknown] or be listed outside of any group at the bottom of the node list. Select either of the following options to Put nodes with null values for the grouping property:
    • In the [Unknown] group (This is the default option.)
    • At the bottom of the list, in no group
  3. If you want to retain an expanded tree when you leave the view on which the All Nodes resource you are configuring is located, select Remember Expanded Groups.
  4. You can also enable optional filters using SQL queries to limit the displayed node list. For more information about filtering with SQL queries, see “Using Filters”.
  5. When you are finished editing the resource, click Submit

 

 

 

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