Network Information Table Bottom Tool Bar
The bottom tool bar in the network information table has tools for navigating through pages of network element data, selecting columns to display, downloading data, and searching for data. Figure 1 shows the bottom tool bar.
The navigation tools in the network information table bottom tool bar are available to help you navigate through rows and pages of data, and change the number of rows per loaded page. These tools are especially useful for large models with many elements.
Table 1 describes the navigation tools in the bottom tool bar.
Tool or Button
Page __ of <total pages>
Shows which page of data is currently displayed. You can use the up and down arrows that appear when you click in the page box to page forward or backward.
Displays the previous page of data.
Displays the next page of data.
Rows per page
Click the down arrow to select the number of rows per page (10, 50, 100, 500, or 1000)
The Column Chooser tool is available for all network information tabs. Launch the tool by clicking the columns icon (vertical bars). The resulting list of available columns is different, depending on the table tab. Figure 2 shows the list of columns available in the Interfaces tab, for example.
Click the check boxes to select or deselect the columns.
Download Data Tool
The Download Data tool is available for all network information table tabs. Launch the tool by clicking the download icon (down arrow). A csv file is created that contains all the data from the table tab.
The data is downloaded the way you have it sorted and filtered in the network information table.
The search function, available only for the Nodes and Links tabs, is fully described in Sorting and Filtering Options in the Network Information Table.
It allows you to use search criteria to filter the rows in the table to display only those elements satisfying the search criteria.
To clear this kind of filter so that all network elements are again displayed, delete all text from the search field and click the Filter button again.