Rescanned a couple times - no mac addresses showing in ip Address Manager.
Also, is there a way to list all the ips in a subnet on one page?
Since we don't know how many custom fields people might add, we put the page size at a conservative 100. There is a way to change the number of items that appear in the right-side of the Subnets and IP address management page.
Note: There are two such entries, change them both.
This will be reverted after running Orion's configuration wizard + website, or when applying a service pack, but it's easily redone. If you find the performance not where you want it, try 128.
If System Description is present, you'll find MAC address present also. Not having these fields populated is an indicator that devices are not responding to the IPAM host with both PING and SNMP.
"IPAM Settings" > "Manage SNMP Credentials" contains a list of SNMP community strings we use. Are your devices responding to the IPAM host with these protocols / community strings?
I will let Peter respond on the first item, but on the second you can drag-n-drop around the columns for the order you wish them to display and if you want to add/remove to the view additional columns if you hover your cursor over any of the header you should get an arrow which you can click and receive a drop down. In the drop down select Columns and you will get a check list in which you can select which columns to show in the view.
Let me know if that works.
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