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Report on nodes and interfaces and those not in a group or a list of all elements group members

Report on nodes and interfaces and those not in a group or a list of all elements group members

Need a way to be able to determine if a node or an interface is not falling into a any groups

Also need a way to view/print all nodes and interfaces and list the groups they belong to.     

Our environment is way to big to have to select each node /interface and page through tabs to look at the through the group tab per element. 

This is especially important fo devices or interfaces that do not fall into any group at all as then this means they are not monitored via the monitored grouping rules defined.

I have previously opened a case and engineers state that at this time this is not possbile. and engineers did not know how to query the database for this data.

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Yes, this would be most helpful for finding the gaps in a very large installation!

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