Topology View Web part options

Article:HOWTO63769  |  Created: 2011-12-16  |  Updated: 2011-12-16  |  Article URL
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Topology View Web part options

The Topology View Web part provides you with a quick overview of your network. On the topology diagram you see all the SNMP-enabled devices that are discovered on your network and the status of each device.

See About Topology View Web part.

See Viewing network topology.

Table: Options on the Topology View Web part



Root device

Lets you set any device of infrastructure type that is found in your network, as a root device for the topology view.

When you click Select root device, the list of network devices available for selection as a root device is displayed. You can filter and search devices and set any of them as a root device.

The layout of the network is rearranged according to the selection.


Lets you select and display previously saved views.


Lets you save the settings and topology layout of the current view.

Type a descriptive name that helps you easily identify the view in the future.


Lets you select the depth of levels to display.

The drop-down list gets filled dynamically, according to the number of levels of the actual network.


Lets you hide or show different types of network devices.


Lets you display the Topology View Web part in the full screen mode.

Search device

Lets you search devices by name or IP address. After you type the item to search for in the Search device box, the view is refreshed automatically.

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