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Map object for aggregated down counters

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Hi,

Is there a way to create a map object that shows a count of how many times a sensor have gone down per 24h and 7 days per device? The graphs doesn't really provide a good aggregated view of this.

It could resemble a 2-light traffic light, where one light is the 24 hour counter and the other a 30 day counter, where each light is split (in donut fashion) into each sensor..

aggregate counter maps object prtg

Created on Dec 13, 2018 9:43:57 PM by  JohannesA (0) 1



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There might not be a predefined MAP object to accomplish this - but there are ways to still get it.

  • You could e.g. create a custom sensor script that uses the PRTG API and constantly asks PRTG about this sensor.
  • You could create a NOTIFICATION script that e.g. sends a DOWN counter (+1) every time your sensor goes down to e.g. a HTTP Push sensor

In both cases you would do the down-calculation for 24 hours and 7 days on the script side - but yes - you can relatively easy accomplish this.

All you do then is actually grab e.g. a table-object on the map and show the data from this down-counting sensor...

There are even more ways to accomplish it - those are just two quick examples...

Regards

Florian Rossmark

www.it-admins.com

Created on Dec 14, 2018 2:44:28 PM by  Florian Rossmark (4,188) 3 2



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