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Asset Manager reports are designed to identify and the list network assets that share a characteristic of interest, or one you name. They provide a tabular display of data pulled from the Lumeta system's database. Reports serve as an important resource for detailed network information.

All Asset Manager Reports

About Reports

Following are report basics:

  • Reports are available in real-time, which means that the data on the current state of your network is retrieved from Lumeta's data store and immediately displayed on your screen when you click a report name. If you come back to a displayed report after some time away from your desk, however, you will need to click Refresh to update the report to its real-time state.
  • Asset Manager reports pertain to one zone that you select from the Zone drop-down at the top of the page. If you are interested in a multi-zone or hybrid view of your network, see Dashboards.
  • All reports, both standard and customized, are listed alphabetically by name on the left-hand side of the Browse Real-Time page and can be filtered by name using the Search bar.
  • Standard Asset Manager reports cannot be deleted. Customized reports––which are those you've added––can be edited or deleted. See Adding & Managing Reports for how-to procedures.
  • The Browse Historical Reports option allows you to view point-in-time snapshots of your network. 
  • The Report Scheduler enables you to schedule the running of a particular kind of report, indicate how often the report should run, and whether and who should receive it via email message. See Scheduling Reports for Distribution for more.
  • Almost all reports identify a network device's type, operating system, maker, active ports, and the protocols to which it responds. See Universal Device Details for more.

  • When you click on a pie slice in a real-time report widget, the adjacent table displays only the data associated with that slice.  To return to showing all data for the whole pie, click the "Show Parent" icon. 
  • For Perimeter Devices and Unknown Perimeter Forwarders reports, the definition of a "perimeter device" is a device's Boolean value for 'perimeter' that is set to <true> based on the existence of traceroute-derived 'links' (device1<->device2) AND (only) one of those two link device's inclusion in the 'Internal' list (manually inputted list of IP's).
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