The following generic widgets are built-in widgets and can be used directly in a dashboard.
Configlet by Config Parser widget is designed to display device configlet parsed by a predefined parser based on its device type. For example, EIGRP configurations on a device and all related interfaces.
▪Select a parser variable from the Configlet list to parse the configuration file.
Configlet by Design Filter widget is designed to display device configlet filtered by a predefined Design Filter. For example, display spanning tree configurations on a device and all related interfaces.
▪Select a data source. You can retrieve real-time device configlet from your live network or use history data. By default, the full configuration file in the current baseline is displayed for the selected device.
▪Select a design filter from the drop-down list to filter the configuration file.
The displayed properties can be customized, including the built-in and system properties predefined in Global Data Repository (GDR). To show the properties customized in GDR, select Options > Show customized properties.
On a map widget, click Load Map to select a map file and make selections between the two options:
▪Automatically create a map based on the selected devices in this dashboard — instantly map all devices in the device scope based on layer 3 topology.
▪Select an existing map page — click Browse to select an existing map file. If it contains multiple map pages, you can select a specific one.
Single Device View widget is designed to display device or interface metrics for a single device in one table.
1.Click Options to open the widget configurations.
2.Customize the widget based on your needs.
1)Click Browse to select a Qapp file from Qapp Center. The default table and metrics used to order by the table are populated automatically.
2)Select the metrics to be displayed in the table.
The Instance-level Metrics widget is designed to display the trend of interface metrics or multiple-value device metrics in a line chart for a single device, for example, the input or output traffic utilization trend of an interface.