Submit a ticketCall us

Quickly Address Software Vulnerabilities
Patch Manager is an intuitive patch management software which extends the capabilities of WSUS and SCCM to not only patch Windows® servers and workstations, and Microsoft® applications, but also other 3rd-party applications which are commonly exploited by hackers. Learn more about our patch management solution.

 

Home > Success Center > Network Performance Monitor (NPM) > NPM 12.1 Administrator Guide > Display Network Atlas maps in NPM > Display wireless heat maps in the Orion Web Console

Display wireless heat maps in the Orion Web Console

Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Magdalena.Markova on Nov 28, 2016

Views: 33 Votes: 0 Revisions: 4
  1. Create the wireless heat map in the Network Atlas.
  2. Log in to the Orion Web Console.
  3. To open a wireless heat map, use one of the following options:

    By default, the All Wireless Heat Maps resource is available on the NPM Summary view.

    • Go to the All Wireless Heat Maps resource, and click the thumbnail for the map. The map will open in the Wireless Heat Map view that includes all resources specific for wireless heat maps.
    • Add the Map resource on the view, click Edit, select the map in the list, and click Submit. See Add resources and columns to views, and define subviews for more details about adding the resource.

Change the time and frequency for regenerating the map

By default, the wireless heat map is regenerated once a day, and the information about clients connected to wireless access points is collected every 5 minutes.

  1. Click Settings > All Settings.
  2. In the Thresholds & Polling grouping, click Polling Settings.
  3. Scroll down to the Wireless Heat Map.
  4. Adjust the time when wireless heat maps should be regenerated in Map Generation Start Time.
  5. Specify how often the information about clients connected to wireless access points should be collected in Default Client Signal Strength Poll Interval.
  6. Click Submit.
 
Last modified
00:52, 28 Nov 2016

Tags

Classifications

Public