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Old 03-04-2018, 03:52 PM
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Default Representing a large number of devices in a qmap

Suppose you had a large number of top of rack switches in a data center - say 200. You want these all in one qmap so that you can run historical difference on them and to be able to view if there is a problem with any of them or run other qapps against this set of devices. What's a common approach for adding a large number of devices to a qmap so that it displays as best as it can and so that the set of devices are available to have qapps or historical differ run against them as a group?

The examples in Netbrain University (which is great btw) generally are dealing with a small number of devices.
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