Tables and Filters
Access: WAE Live > Explore and report outputs
Tables in the Explore page enable you to view and filter objects based on their current property values, as well as graph property values (raw data) over time and navigate to related objects. Additionally, all reports generate output in a table format.
Each table lists current information for the selected object type (rows) and properties (columns).
Gear Tool Options
To select any of the following options, click the gear tool.
- Columns—Click to select which report columns to show in the output. If a column check box is gray, then you cannot turn it off. These non-optional properties always appear in the left-most columns of the output.
- Download CSV—Export the table in a tab-delimited format.
- Rows per page—Select the number of objects to show per page in the table.
- Show Inactive <Object>—Show (checked) or hide (unchecked) all objects that have not been detected in the last four hours.
- Show Only Selected—Show only those objects that are selected in the far left column of the table.
- Types—Specify the interface type so that you do not show duplicate traffic statistics. This option is applicable only on the Interfaces page.
Note If you select specific interface types from the Explore Interfaces page for use in a report, then the report is only on those interfaces of those selected types. If you select Interfaces as the Object from a Configure Report page, then the report is run on all interfaces regardless of their type.
- Edit—Open the Configure Report page to rerun or reconfigure the report to run again.
- Save As—Name or change the name of the report.
- Permalink—Save the report’s URL.
Filters are available in most of the tables.
- Filter text—Filter one or more properties to narrow the list of objects you are analyzing or reporting.
- Clear filter—To clear all filters in all columns, click the Clear All Filters icon. To clear one of multiple filters, remove the text from the column in which the filter appears.
- Filter values—Enter a value in one or more <filter text> fields, and press Enter (Return).
– For non-numeric properties, you can filter using these methods.
– Partial or full strings
– Regular expressions
– isNotNull or isNull
Example: If you enter LON as the filter in the Interfaces Node column, only interfaces with nodes that include LON in the node name are listed.
Example regex: In this example, the descriptions contain “to=” to identify a region into which an interface is going. To search for all descriptions that contain a to= value that starts with “north” (so it will include iterations such as north, northwest, and northeast) or the description contains a to= value of “south” (but not other iterations, such as southwest), enter the following regular expression.
Example regex: In the Description field, to find all descriptions that do not contain the words “test,” “trial” or “alpha”, enter the following regular expression.
If, however, you want to search on descriptions that contain any one of these three fields, enter the following.
– For numeric properties, you can filter using these methods.
– Complete value
– Operators, such as >, <, and =
– isNotNull or isNull
Example: If you enter >11894 in the Interfaces Traffic Out column, only interfaces with outbound traffic that is greater than 11894 are listed.