The Device View columns provide information and status for listed devices.
A Configure Columns icon at the top of the view allows you to define which columns are displayed.
|Type||The type of device, with SNMP Device used as a generic identification.|
The severity of the most serious alarm condition at a device.
Note: You can select a device in the Device View to access information about its alarms in the Active Alarms view.
Monitored SNMP devices typically report three status conditions:
Normal: no alarm conditions exist.
Warning, a condition exists that may require attention to make sure it does not deteriorate into a critical state. For example, a UPS that is running on battery power during a power failure will shut down its load equipment if its battery power is depleted before power returns to normal.
Critical: a condition exists that requires immediate attention. For example, a discharged battery can result in the loss of UPS protection during a power failure.
NetBotz Appliances typically report two status conditions, in addition to Normal:
Error: a sensor threshold violation exists that requires immediate attention. For example, a high temperature violation that could lead to equipment damage.
Failure: an operational failure exists that requires immediate attention. For example, communication with a camera pod was lost which could lead to an undetected security violation.
Note: The status reported for alert threshold violations can be defined by the severity settings for each threshold. For example, a door sensor can be set to report Informational status for an open door.
|Model||The device model, if known. For example, Windows NT 4.0/2000, for a workstation, or Silcon DP310E, for an APC/MGE UPS.|
The hostname, or IP address, if no hostname is defined, for a monitored SNMP device or NetBotz Appliance.
Note: A Hostname is provided for SNMP devices monitored by NetBotz Appliances, but not for non-SNMP devices such as sensor and camera pods.
|Parent Device||Identifies the Data Center Expert server, for SNMP devices directly monitored by the server, or the hostname or IP address for a NetBotz Appliance and its supported devices.|
|Serial Number||The serial number assigned to a device, if known.|
The IP address used by a monitored SNMP device or NetBotz Appliance.
Note: An IP Address is provided for SNMP devices monitored by NetBotz Appliances, but not for non-SNMP devices such as sensor and camera pods.
|Location||The location associated with a device, if known.|
|Application Version||The application or firmware version number for a device, if known. For example, 220.127.116.11, for an InfraStruxure Manager server, or v2.6.1, for a Smart-UPS 3000 RM device.|
|Label||The label defined for a device.|
|Maintenance Mode||Indicates a device is in Maintenance Mode, and alarm notifications for that device have been disabled (Yes), or not in Maintenance Mode, and alarm notifications are enabled (No), the default.|
|Groups||The names of any device groups a device belongs to, including All Devices and Unassigned.|
|MAC Address||The unique network interface identifier for the device.|
|Contact Name||The name of the contact associated with the device.|