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Old 08-05-2009, 06:57 PM
Baldy2K Baldy2K is offline
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Default Objects with a lot of links

Well, I'm not sure if this counts as a feature request or a question, but here goes;

I have an ASA that acts as the central Layer 3 device in my local networks. When I map the ASA I have 40+ interfaces that all have stub class C networks that are fed by the ASA. When you map an object like this you end up with a big radial distribution of subnet objects with the interface details over writing each other.

Now even if I simplified a bit I'd have some 15-20 interfaces that we want on a map so we can find, map and troubleshoot the paths most of which will originate with an end station hanging off on of these subnet objects.

Is there a way to stack the objects and use a axis point on the line to bend the line allowing a more aesthetic view of the subnets? (I looked through the docs to no avail)

The ability to move the labels farther along the connector would be beneficial as well..

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Old 08-05-2009, 11:44 PM
David.C David.C is offline
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Default Re: Objects with a lot of links

Preview Qmap: "ASA Layout.qmap"


There is a way to help you figure out this issue, please do the following steps:

1. Press F2 key to open up the View Options window.

2. Uncheck the items you do not like to display on the map, and I suggest you to disable the LAN/WAN name label. (Also, you can change the magnification so that to customize the displayed when zooming in/out a map.)

3. Uncheck the Show/Hide and layout labels automatically option to disable the auto-label-layout feature.

4. Layout the LAN icons and labels manually to a better location you want.

Note: a. Please save the map after layout, or you need to redo the steps again.
b. Do NOT use the Auto-Layout function, or it will layout the map to default view.

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File Type: qmap ASA Layout.qmap (59.3 KB, 2 views)

Last edited by David.C; 08-13-2009 at 09:29 PM.
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