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Need to find a solution to export to excel the PRTG listings of the warnings or alerts, so it will be much more efficient to work . Tried to find the needed option , but without any luck.


excel export list

Created on Nov 2, 2014 8:47:58 AM by  gonen (0) 1

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Dear Gonen

This is currently only possible with an API call. An example call would be


This call creates a CSV file which can be imported by Excel.

Please go to the PRTG menu Setup / PRTG API, tab "HTTP API" to see how to complete this example with your PRTG webserver address and user credentials.

The filter_status command causes that you only see sensors which are in a certain state. Valid status numbers are:

0 = None 1 = Unknown 2 = Collecting 3 = Up 4 = Warning 5 = Down 6 = NoProbe 7 = PausedUser 8 = PausedDependency 9 = PausedSchedule 10 = Unusual 11 = PausedLicense 12 = PausedUntil 13 = DownAck 14 = PartialDown

Created on Nov 3, 2014 3:29:23 PM by  Arne Seifert [Paessler Support]

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