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Device Inventory Report

The Device Inventory report is a standardized report generated in Network Director to show all devices that are visible to Network Director. There are two portions of the report: a report header and the report body. The contents of the report header are found in Table 1.

Table 1: Device Inventory Report Header


The type of report; In this case, the Device Inventory report.

Generated On:

The date and time the report ran. The date format is: [Day of the Month] [Month] [Year]. The time format follows the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). For example: 07 December 2012 11:35 PM PST

Generated By:

The username of the user that generated the report.

Report Name:

The name of the report assigned by the user when the report was created.


The report is generated from this view and node in the network.

  • Perspective—Can be Logical view, Location view, or Device view of the network.

  • Node—Represents the selected object that the report is based.

Report Filters

The report specified these device and connection state filters.

Device Type

Supported device types are:

  • EX Series switches

  • QFX

  • All (supported device types)

Connection State

Device connection states for filtering are:

  • Up

  • Down

  • N/A

  • All (connection states)

The body of the report comprises:

  • Device Type Count, which is a pie chart that graphically represents the network composition. Each segment represents:

    • EX Series switches

  • Device Type Summary, which gives the total count of each type of device covered in the node.

  • Device details by logical groups.

Following the pie chart, details for each device segment are listed by device type. For descriptions of the device fields see Table 2.

Table 2: Inventory Report Fields




The device label.

IP Address

Either the IPv4 or the IPv6 address.


The full model number of the EX Series switch.

Software Version

The Junos software version and release number.

Serial No

The hardware serial number of the device.

Device Type

The type of hardware, such as switches. Switches can also be designated as NORMAL for standalone or VC for Virtual Chassis.

Connection State

The connection state of the switch.

Configuration State

The administrative or operational state of the device.