If the custom reports feature is activated, custom reports can be created for users to browse.

Create the directory “Custom” in the C:\Program Files(86x)\PathSolutions\TotalView directory.

Two registry entries must be created:

HKLM\Software\NetLatency\SwitchMonitor\DestWebCustomDir
(string)
C:\Program Files(86x)\PathSolutions\TotalView\Custom

HKLM\Software\NetLatency\SwitchMonitor\DestWebCustomFlag
(DWORD)
1

Create the custom web pages in this directory. These pages must have the extension “.html” in order to be accessed.
Sample:

 <HTML>
   <HEAD>
     <TITLE>Sample page</TITLE>
   </HEAD>
   <BODY>
     Int #1 utilization on 10.100.36.12
     %INTDETAILS-D:10.100.36.12,1%
   </BODY>
 </HTML>

Save this file as “Test.html” in the “Custom” directory. Then point your browser to: http://servername:8084/Test.html (Replace the servername with the name of your TotalView server).

Variables

All variables must be enclosed by a percentage sign “%”. The following variables can be displayed on a custom report web page:

  • %% Prints the percent sign’%’
  • %DATE% Prints the current date
  • %TIME% Prints the current time
  • %INTERFACES% Prints the total number of monitored interfaces
  • %VERSION% Prints the program version
  • %REVISION% Prints the program revision number
  • %PRODNUMBER% Licensed product number
  • %COMPANYNAME% PathSolutions company name
  • %LICENSEDAYSLEFT% Number of days left until the license expires
  • %URL-HOME% URL to the default page of the product
  • %URL-HEALTH% URL to the Health tab
  • %URL-GRAPHICS% URL pointer to the graphics directory
  • %ISSUES#% Number of current issues
  • %URL-ISSUES% URL to the Issues tab
  • %STATUS-PERCENT% Current health ratio
  • %STATUS-ERR% Error threshold level
  • %STATUS-UTIL% Utilization threshold level
  • %STATUS-RESULT% “GOOD” or “DEGRADED” depending on health
  • %STATUS-COLOR% “#008000” if good, or “#FF0000” if degraded
  • %IFSTATUS-GOOD% Outputs if the status is good, up to %ENDIF%
  • %IFSTATUS-DEGRADED% Outputs if the status is degraded, up to %ENDIF%
  • %TOPCOUNT% Number of items displayed in the Top 10 list (10 by default)
  • %URL-TOPERRORS% URL for Top10 Errors
  • %URL-TOPTALKERS% URL for Top10 Talkers
  • %URL-TOPLISTENERS% URL for Top10 Listeners
  • %ADMINDOWN#% Number of admin down interfaces
  • %URL-ADMINDOWN% URL for admin down interfaces
  • %OPERDOWN#% Number of oper down interfaces
  • %URL-OPERDOWN% URL for oper down interfaces
  • %POLLDELAY% Current poll frequency (in milliseconds)
  • %SAVESTATSTICKCOUNT% Number of ticks used to save statistics during last poll
  • %SAVESTATSTICKCOUNTAVG% Average number of ticks required to save statistics
  • %POLLTICKCOUNT% Number of ticks used to poll devices during last poll
  • %POLLTICKCOUNTAVG% Average number of ticks required to poll devices
  • %ANALYZETICKCOUNT% Number of ticks used to analyze statistics during last poll
  • %ANALYZETICKCOUNTAVG% Average number of ticks required to analyze statistics
  • %OUTPUTTICKCOUNT% Number of ticks used to write output web pages during last poll
  • %OUTPUTTICKCOUNTAVG% Average number of ticks required to write output web pages
  • %POLLHOURS% Number of hours between polls
  • %POLLMINUTES% Number of minutes between polls
  • %POLLSECONDS% Number of seconds between polls
  • %POLLFAILSECONDS% Number of additional seconds that are required to complete a poll
  • %INTGRAPH-D-I:192.168.1.12,8% Generate a Daily Bits Per Second graph for 192.168.1.12, interface 8
  • %INTGRAPH-W-U:192.168.1.12,8% Generate a Weekly Percent graph for 192.168.1.12, interface 8
  • %INTGRAPH-W-T:192.168.1.12,8% Generate a Weekly Peak Percent graph for 192.168.1.12, interface 8
  • %INTGRAPH-M-P:192.168.1.12,8% Generate a Monthly Packets Per Second graph for 192.168.1.12, interface 8
  • %INTGRAPH-Y-B:192.168.1.12,8% Generate a Yearly Broadcasts Per Second graph for 192.168.1.12, interface 8
  • %INTGRAPH-Y-E:192.168.1.12,8% Generate a Yearly packet Loss graph for 192.168.1.12, interface 8
  • %COMBGRAPH-D:192.168.1.12,8+10.100.36.12,2% Generate a Daily Bits Per Second graph for 192.168.1.12, interface 8 and 10.100.36.12,interface 2
  • %INTDETAILS-S:192.168.1.12,8% Print the interface speed for 192.168.1.12, interface 8
  • %INTDETAILS-D:192.168.1.12,8% Print the interface description for 192.168.1.12,interface 8
  • %INTDETAILS-M:192.168.1.12,8% Print the MAC address for this interface
  • %INTDETAILS-U:192.168.1.12,8% Print the MTU for this interface
  • %INTDETAILS-T:192.168.1.12,8% Print the ifType for this interface
  • %INTDETAILS-C:192.168.1.12,8% Print the ifLastChanged status for this interface