Thanks, I found it I'm new to both the Orion system & its terminology - could you point me to where in the document it talks about how to receive, let's say, bandwidth information on Interface ID 117 (the URL to view it in the browser is:
Sure. Interface traffic history is in the Orion.NPM.InterfaceTraffic entity. You can query it like this:
SELECT DateTime, InAveragebps, InMinbps, InMaxbps, InTotalBytes, InTotalPkts, InAvgUniCastPkts, InMinUniCastPkts, InMaxUniCastPkts, InAvgMultiCastPkts, InMinMultiCastPkts, InMaxMultiCastPkts, OutAveragebps, OutMinbps, OutMaxbps, OutTotalBytes, OutTotalPkts, OutAvgUniCastPkts, OutMaxUniCastPkts, OutMinUniCastPkts, OutAvgMultiCastPkts, OutMinMultiCastPkts, OutMaxMultiCastPkts, TotalBytes, TotalPackets, Averagebps, OutPercentUtil, InPercentUtil, PercentUtil
WHERE InterfaceID=117 AND DateTime > GetUtcDate()-1
That will return all traffic samples in the last 24 hours. You can adjust the WHERE clause to select a particular time range.
Thanks! Where can I find a list of properties like this? I couldn't find anything in the Orion SDK.pdf. Is there somewhere I can find a list of each Object Model and its properties?
In the start menu under "SolarWinds Orion SDK", there's a link called "Schema Documentation (v3.0)" that has a list of the entity types and their properties. You can also run SWQL Studio, connect to Orion, and explore the object model this way.
Ok i found a interesting solution, to integrate a module map or everything that you create :
<iframe name="inlineframe" src="http://[@IP_SolarWinds]/Orion/Login.aspx?AccountID=[USER]&Password=[PASSWORD]" frameborder="0" scrolling="auto" width="0" height="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" ></iframe>
<iframe name="I1" src="http://[@IP_SolarWinds]/Orion/DetachResource.aspx?ResourceID=1979&NetObject=" frameborder="0" scrolling="auto" width="500" height="320" marginwidth="5" marginheight="5" id="I1" ></iframe>
it's not a final solution for me.
I'm attempting to add and also update information in the Orion.WorldMap.Point table, do you happen to have any pointers on how to do it? Ideally via perl.
Update: create a post with the question - Updating Orion.WorldMap.Point via the Perl SDK
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