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Use the Device Tracker Port Details

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The Device Tracker Port Details view opens when you click a port on a node in UDT Nodes. To know the Device Tracker summary view, Click Customize Page to open a resource.

Port Details

Provides a list of port properties, including the port name, port number, MAC addresses of the devices connected to the port, VLANs, and Duplex mode.

Click Edit to specify the following port details information:

  • Maximum Number of IPV4 Addresses to Display
  • Maximum Number of IPV6 Addresses to Display
  • Maximum Number of MACs to Display
Port History

Provides a table of port history information, including the time period, connected IP addresses, connected MAC addresses, and host names.

Click Edit to specify the port history information Maximum Numbers of Rows to Display.

 
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