Documentation forIpMonitor
Effective December 31, 2024, IpMonitor will reach its end of life and will no longer be available or supported. If you liked IpMonitor, consider trying another SolarWinds product.

Set up the dashboard

After you scan your network and select your monitors, the Devices tab displays the My Network screen.

This screen is preconfigured with visual components called widgets (formerly known as web resources) that provide at-a-glance status information about your monitored devices. Widgets collect data from your devices and display the information using graphics and text. 

After you scan your network, the widgets automatically populate with data from your search. You can add or remove widgets at any time. The information can be high-level (such as a list of devices grouped by properties) or include key performance indicators (KPIs) about your monitored systems (such as CPU and memory utilization).

To prevent unauthorized access, the console automatically logs you out after 15 minutes of inactivity.

To get started:

  1. Review the widget titles in the dashboard and the Add Widgets drop-down menu and decide what types of device data you want to monitor in the dashboard.
  2. Add or remove the widgets from the dashboard as necessary.
  3. Edit the web resources in each widget so they capture the device data you want to monitor.
  4. Rearrange the widgets on your screen as needed. You can also add an additional column if necessary.

The following table lists the widgets available in the Add Widgets drop-down menu.

Widget Description
Device Tree, by properties Lists all devices based on your selected properties
Monitor Tree, by properties Lists all monitors based on your selected properties
Dependency States Lists all dependencies by group and status
Device with Down Monitors Lists all devices with monitors in a Down state
My Network Contents Provides access to Network Operations Center (NOC) and group displays of your managed devices, subnets, ipMonitor server, and orphaned objects. You can also access similar information in the Devices tab left column menu.
Monitor States Lists all monitors in a group, including monitors inside other groups or monitors, and their status
Monitor Charts Provides access to details about up and lost monitors.
Summary Counts Lists all objects that belong to a group
Tag Details Lists all tags defined for a group
Top XX Devices Lists the top devices with the most marginal values for a selected property, such as availability, bandwidth, battery, and so on.

Add a widget

  1. Click the Dashboard tab.
  2. In the top right, click Add Widgets.
  3. In the drop-down menu, select a widget.
  4. Click OK.

Configure the widget properties

  1. In the widget title, click the vertical ellipsis and select Edit.
  2. In the Edit Web Resource window, modify the settings as required.
  3. Click Save.

Rearrange the widgets

  1. Hover over a widget title.
  2. Click the title and drag it to another location.

    The >> icon displays the location where the widget will be moved.

  3. Release the mouse button.

Add a new column

  1. In the top right corner, click Change Columns.
  2. In Column 2, click Add Column to add a new column to the right.

    Empty Web Resource displays in the empty column.

  3. Hover over a widget title.
  4. Drag the widget under the empty web resource.

    The >> icon displays the location where the widget will be moved.

  5. Release the mouse button.
  6. In the empty web resource, click the vertical ellipsis and select Delete.

Remove a column

  1. In the top right corner, click Change Columns.
  2. Identify the column you want to delete. .

  3. In the targeted column toolbar, click Delete Column.

Remove a widget

  1. In the widget title click the vertical ellipsis.
  2. Click Delete, and then click OK.