23 Replies Latest reply on Jun 11, 2012 3:34 AM by herwig

    Need a select all feature per node (Network Sonar Discovery)

    mdriskell

      Unless I'm missing something there doesn't appear to be a select all within a specific node on the Network Sonar Discovery page to either import all or ignore all (interfaces, volumes)  

      Here is what I am looking for.  I have a switch that has upwards of 300 interfaces.  I need about 280 of them ignored as they are user ports which we do not monitor.  For me to ignore these I have to individually click on each one and then go ignore (luckily I have already had my carpal tunnel surgeries).

      Is there not a better way to do this?

        • Re: Need a select all feature per node (Network Sonar Discovery)
          ctopaloglu


          Unless I'm missing something there doesn't appear to be a select all within a specific node to either import all or ignore all (interfaces, volumes)  

          Here is what I am looking for.  I have a switch that has upwards of 300 interfaces.  I need about 280 of them ignored as they are user ports which we do not monitor.  For me to ignore these I have to individually click on each one and then go ignore (luckily I have already had my carpal tunnel surgeries).

          Is there not a better way to do this?

           



          Mdriskell as you probably know. There isn't any way to do it. If there is you already figured it out somehow. That's funny! Are we the only ones with thinks that thats a problem? Others are ok to select 250 interfaces one by one every time? 

          • Re: Need a select all feature per node (Network Sonar Discovery)
            AndyCoates

            I'm a little confused where on the UI you're trying to do this.  Can you explain more?

            When you "List Resources" for a node you have the option of selecting All, None, All Active Interfaces, All Volumes, All Interfaces:

            Although it doesn't look like it, the green tick and text are buttons you can click.

            In your situation I think I'd select "None", then select the interfaces needed, then any other volumes or CPU/Memory options etc.