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Managing device topology

The Device Topology node is one way of organizing all managed devices within your network and it represents it according to its logical connections. You proceed through this view from the highest (most general) level of detail to the lowest (most specific) level. These levels are displayed in the form of an explorer tree. It will represent the different types of computers of your network with their respective icons, such as the master, relays and clients.
The left window pane of the Device Topology view also provides all subnodes available for a device, which means that you may access any functionality available for a specific device from here and from its location under the main Device Groups node.

The main Device Topology node has the following subnodes:

  • One node for each Master Server in the network
  • One node for each Relay under the respective Master
  • One node for each Client under the respective Master or Relay

The following diagram illustrates a possible network topology:

For information about device topology graph, see Managing graphs of an object topic.

For more information on member information from device topology view, see Viewing member information from device topology topic.

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