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Navigating the Web Console

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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SolarWinds VoIP and Network Quality Manager presents current network performance metrics in easy-to-review tables, graphs, and charts.

VNQM data is provided in resources that are displayed on views.

A View is a web page providing a framework for displaying information about your VoIP calls and IP SLA operations in relation to individual nodes. Views contain resources. You can customize which resources you want to have on a view.

Selected views offer optional, fully customizable subviews that allow you to more extensively organize the resources that are available in your web console. For more information about subviews, see Using and Configuring Subviews.

The following two basic types of views are available:

  • Summary views show VoIP or IP SLA details on all nodes and operations managed by VNQM. You can access your summary views in the VoIP and Network Quality menu bar. For more information about customizing the menu bar, see Customizing Web Console Menu Bars.
  • Detail views show traffic information about individual objects in your IP SLA and VoIP infrastructure. You can access your detail views by opening a summary view and clicking the object whose details you want to see.

Resources are displayed on your views as a box and provide information about different aspects of your VoIP infrastructure or IP SLA operations usually in a chart and a table.

Some resources are meant to be used on summary views, some are suitable for detail views, and some can be useful on both view types. The information shown pertains to either all devices SolarWinds VoIP and Network Quality Manager monitors (if used on a summary view) or to the selected object (if used on a detail view for a node, interface, gateway or call manager, or other object).

For more information about customization, see Customizing Views.

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