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Filter devices shown on a Geomap

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Hi,

Is there a way to filter the devices shown on the google geomap? As I have a high number of devices I would like to see only the ones with the status "down" or "warning" on the geomap.

In the <#selectionlist content="locationlist" width="640" height="640" maxlegenditems="50"> is there any additional parameters I can use eg.: filter_status="5"?

Thanks!

filter geo-maps prtg8

Created on Dec 8, 2010 2:27:08 PM by  Karoly Laczi (152) 1 1



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Thanks for your reply and for your hint as well. Unfortunately I've tried, and the maps side-by-side is not a really good solution in our case. It would be really nice if you could include this feature on the road map for PRTG. It shouldn't be a big deal to implement this filter function on locationlist, and I would say a couple of us would be happy with such feature! Thanks!

Created on Dec 13, 2010 1:24:34 PM by  Karoly Laczi (152) 1 1



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Using groups is currently the way to structure your device/sensor tree in order to have less items on a map.

Created on Dec 8, 2010 4:58:55 PM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]



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Hi,

Thanks for the quick answer. I'm definitely using groups to structure the devices. It's working well in the daily operations. Besides we had to create a custom dashboard which is showing only the alerts and the log. (and which is projected in the NOC) I have also integrated geomaps to this dashboard, however it can only show max. 50 items on the map, and we have 200+ in different locations. It would be really useful to see only the failed devices on the geomap.

I know it's officially not supported, however I would really appreciate if you can share me any workaround to make it work.

Thanks!

Created on Dec 9, 2010 9:15:41 AM by  Karoly Laczi (152) 1 1



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Currently there is no way of only showing red icons on maps, sorry. Please consider using several maps side-by-side which only include 50 items max.

Created on Dec 9, 2010 10:22:56 AM by  Dirk Paessler [Founder Paessler AG] (10,910) 3 4



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Thanks for your reply and for your hint as well. Unfortunately I've tried, and the maps side-by-side is not a really good solution in our case. It would be really nice if you could include this feature on the road map for PRTG. It shouldn't be a big deal to implement this filter function on locationlist, and I would say a couple of us would be happy with such feature! Thanks!

Created on Dec 13, 2010 1:24:34 PM by  Karoly Laczi (152) 1 1



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Is filtering of geomap views possible yet? Similar to the other customers I'm looking for the map to show nothing except down sensors. Thanks, Andy.

Created on Dec 11, 2013 3:22:11 PM by  Andy Dalton (0) 1



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Filtering in geo maps can be done if you are not using Google Static Maps.

You have to add following css code to <PRTG>\webroot\css\styles_custom.css file. This will hide all markers except errors (.map-marker.down) and warnings (.map-marker.warn)

.map-marker.up, .map-marker.paused, .map-marker.unknown, .map-marker.unusual, .map-marker.undefined, .map-marker.none{ display: none; }

You can also dim the markers by substituting display:none; with opacity: 0.5; and if you want to change the markers size and appearance see here.

Created on Dec 12, 2013 1:31:01 PM by  Stefan Messner [Paessler Support]

Last change on Dec 12, 2013 1:33:29 PM by  Stefan Messner [Paessler Support]



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