Managed Resources Expanded
If you click the plus (+) in the upper right corner of the summary screen, this expanded screen appears. As in all such screens, you can limit what appears listed with the filters at the top of the screen. Select the filter from default, seeded filters with the pick list at the top left corner of the screen. You can also create your own custom filter by clicking Advanced Filter to the right of this pick list (see Filter Expanded Portlet Displays for more).
The Settings button lets you configure the displayed columns and their order.
You can select multiple devices by Ctrl+clicking them in the expanded portlet. This lets you do these same tasks on more than one device. You can also perform such tasks on multiple devices with managed resource groups. See Managed Resource Groups.
The following are available columns:
Network Status -- The network status of the device.
Alarm Severity -- The highest open alarm for the device.
Equipment Name -- The name of the device.
IP Address -- The IP address of the device.
Vendor Name -- The vendor for this device.
Model -- The model of the device.
Equipment Type -- The type of equipment.
Firmware Version -- The firmware version of the device.
Software Version -- The software version of the device.
Last Backup -- The device’s last backup date.
Location Name -- The device’s location.
Hardware Version -- The hardware version for the device.
Backup Result -- The result the device’s last backup.
Restore Result -- The result the device’s last restoration.
This screen has several snap panels, some compressed “windowshade” style. Click the title bar for these snap panels to toggle expand / collapse. These display information about the device selected in the list at the top of the panel.
This displays the device and connected components, tree style.
This includes information about the Equipment Name, Vendor, Location, Contact, Icon, and its Last Modified and Discovery Date.
This tab includes the IP Address, DNS Hostname, Firmware Version, Hardware Version, Model, Serial Number, Software Version, Managed by Hostname (if active, this resolves a DNS name rather than use an IP address to manage this resources), and Equipment Type information.
This includes the system Object Id, Date Created (that is, discovered), Creator (the user who performed discovery), Install Date, Administrative State (Locked [Device use is prohibited] Shutting Down [Only existing users can use the device] Unlocked [Normal use of device is permitted]), Operational State (Disabled [Inoperable because of a fault, or resources are unavailable] Enabled [Operable and available for use] Active [Device is operable and currently in use with operating capacity available to support further services] Busy [Operable and currently in use with no operating capacity to spare])Open Manage Network Manager.
This displays network information like VLAN(s) by ID, VLAN(s) by Port and STP Data. Use the pick list in the upper right corner of this snap panel to select which to display.
A graph of the device utilization, typically for CPU, Disk I/O, Memory and ping rate.
A graph of the device’s bandwidth utilization. Notice that you can change the number of top interfaces graphed, when this is applicable.