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Combined Status of Multiple probes/devices

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Hi All,

Our PRTG Deployment has multiple customer probes and groups. I have added each of these probes/groups to a map as a status icon, so I can see on a per customer basis an overview of all alarms for each customer. What I want to do now is to create a simple 'traffic light' that will go red if any of the devices under any of these probes or groups goes into an error state. I tried doing this with sensor factory, using the sensor ID from the root of each probe/group. I tried both the below formats but neither work:

channel(2391) channel(6143) channel(6126)

channel(2391,*) channel(6143,*) channel(6126,*)

I don't want to put in a specific channel ID - this would be completely unworkable as there are thousands of them and unnecessary as I want it to alert if any channel under these probes and groups goes into an error state. How can I do this?

Thanks in Advance!

prtg sensor-factory status

Created on Nov 14, 2018 4:30:59 PM by  coatec (0) 1



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Sounds like you want to create a business process sensor or sensor factory sensor to accomplish this...

There you can interact with multiple channels etc. and calculate stuff out..

Normally I would expect that you have different customers in different groups and you could put the traffic light shape just on each of those master-groups per customer - but sure depends on some specifics of your configuration...

Hopefully those two sensors are somehow helpful in your case :-)

Regards

Florian Rossmark

www.it-admins.com

Created on Nov 14, 2018 10:17:22 PM by  Florian Rossmark (4,187) 3 2



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