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How to filter by both Sensor Type + Status

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Hello,

I need to create a view of all sensors of a specific type (let's say FreeDisk WMI) and their status (only ones that are down) on a single URL.

I can get a list of the first one (all sensors of a specific type) but I can't sort it further by state. How can I do that?

Thanks

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Created on Sep 7, 2017 8:00:38 PM by  mbaybarsk (30) 1



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Hello there,

You can simply create a "combined" url using two filters.

Here's what I mean:

When you click on the down sensors overview, you get something like this: http(s)://your.prtg.server/sensors.htm?id=0&filter_status=5

When you go through the menu Sensors | By Type | W... | WMI Free Disk Space you see this url: http(s)://your.prtg.server/sensors.htm?filter_type=wmidiskspace

Now here's the "combined" url using both filters: http(s)://your.prtg.server/sensors.htm?id=0&filter_status=5&filter_type=wmidiskspace

In case the listed sensors do not fit on one page, you can also add this at the end of the url: &count=* This ensures to list all found sensors on one page.

Kind regards,

Erhard

Created on Sep 8, 2017 7:28:29 AM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]

Last change on Sep 8, 2017 7:37:02 AM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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