Navigate in Tables

Tables allow for analysis and correlation of network state information and parameters on the fly. Most of the tables display live snapshot data generated by graph algorithms without preexisting cache. The first load of a table usually takes longer than subsequent loads, but all tables were built to handle a large capacity and complex queries, so the outcome should be better than analyzing the output in an external application like Excel.

An ARP technology table is used as an example below to demonstrate the functionality of tables.

For a short table description click on the  button.

Contextual help is displayed when a mouse cursor hovers over a table icon or table header text.

Simply type in what you are looking for in most columns. The example below shows a search for all devices with an IP address starting "10.41.133" throughout all of the ARP tables in our infrastructure.

Use  to clear the search results.

If you need a more precise filter use Advanced Filter. Click on  and configure filter rules.

Filters are defined by groups and rules. Each group can contain on or more rules or another group. There is always one root group which cannot be deleted (number 1). Select the logical operator for each group. The example below shows logical Or for the first group and logical And for groups two and three.

What does example below do? It shows all devices with hostname "L47AC8" AND interface "Et7/2" as well as devices with hostname "L43SD73" AND interface "Et13/0".

In other words: "Show me all devices with hostname L47AC8 which have interface Et7/2, plus all devices with hostname L43SD73 with interface Et13/0.

The table view can be shared with other users.

The table column can be colored based on predefined rules. Existing (as well as default rules) are visible above table as Reports and can be edited or removed.

Click on  to add a new coloring rule. Specify Rule name, select the column to add the color to - Colorized column and also, optionally, dashboard Widgets (check Dashboard documentation for more details). Specify a filter rule to colorize the selected column:

  1. Choose the color to apply rules to.
  2. Add rules based on the same logic as described for Advanced table search (Advanced Filter) above.
  3. A color can be designated as a Default color which means that any other color will become the default color if there is no match to any other rule.
  4. Click Update rule

In the example below, all items in the "VRF" column which are named "vrf4" will be colored red. A summary number of items which matches this rule will also be displayed on Dashboard in the Interfaces widget.

Select what columns are displayed by choosing in Column Visibility.

Enable Sticky first column to fix the first column in case of horizontal scrolling.

Enable Sticky table header to fix the table header in case of vertical scrolling.

Tables' rows and text can be adjusted to small, medium or large sizes with Rows height adjust .

The current table view can be exported to CSV. This is useful for additional data processing in an external application.

Table filters and other settings can be restored using the Restore Table Settings button.

Colorization rules are not removed!