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Home > Success Center > Network Performance Monitor (NPM) > NPM 12.2 Administrator Guide > Monitor custom statistics based on MIBs and OIDs with Universal Device Pollers > View UnDP status on maps

View UnDP status on maps

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Magdalena.Markova on Nov 09, 2016

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In the Orion Web Console network maps, you can see when a Universal Device Poller on a device returns values that exceed the warning and critical thresholds.

  1. Create a Universal Device Poller in the UnDP application.
  2. Assign the poller to nodes.
  3. Define warning or critical thresholds specifying when you want the pollers to be highlighted.
  4. Create a network map in the Network Atlas, drag the UnDPs into it, and save the map.

    To add a UnDP on a map, start the Network Atlas, navigate to a node on which the UnDP is enabled (Vendor > Node Name > Custom Node Poller), and drag the poller into the map.

  5. Log into the Orion Web Console, go to the map view.
  6. Locate the Map resource (or add it if not available), click Edit, and select your map.

You can now see UnDPs for your nodes in the Orion Web Console map. When the polled UnDP values exceed the warning threshold, the UnDP icon turns yellow on the map. After reaching the critical threshold, the icon turns red.

 
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