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View monitored objects on maps

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Magdalena.Markova on Nov 10, 2016

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Updated: May 30, 2018

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Maps in the Orion Web Console can show monitored nodes, interfaces and volumes, SAM applications and components, and network links.

Orion Maps

Display monitored elements and their relationships as subviews in the Orion Web Console to quickly identify critical health and performance issues.

Open Street Map

Display nodes on maps powered by Open Street Map.

Network Maps

Create customized maps in Network Atlas, including wireless heat maps, and display them in the Orion Web Console.

Wireless Heat Maps (NPM only)

In the Network Atlas, you can also create wireless heat maps to visualize the signal strength provided by your wireless access points.

 
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