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Dashboard Overview


This page provides description for Dashboard, it's Widgets and their functionalities.

Feel free to use the right side menu to jump to the section, that you're interested in.


This is the Dashboard view, which greets you after you sign in and can be found at the top of the left-side menu.

It follows the Responsive Design approach, and it's contents may vary, depending on the screen size of your device.

Desktop view

Mobile view

The Dashboard provides Widgets, which contain various information about the devices you have.

Additionally, it has a button on the left, and a drop-down selector on the right.

Appearance Description
Toggles Dashboard Edit Mode.
Allows you to select an Update Interval for your Widgets.

Dashboard Edit Mode

This toggle allows you to enable and disable the Edit Mode.

By default, edits to the layout of the Dashboard are saved only for the current user.

The Dashboard displays Widgets on the Permissions basis. Thus, users without proper permissions will not be able to see or use a specific widget, and an empty space will be shown in its place. Edit mode allows the user to manually change the layout of their Dashboard to maximize its efficiency.

When it's enabled, additional interface elements appear.

Appearance Description
Adds the chosen widget to the Dashboard.
Allows you to overwrite the custom layouts of all users to your current.
Allows you to move widgets. This type of cursor is displayed when you hover over a widget.
Deletes the widget it was pressed on.
Allows you to resize widgets. Can be found in the lower right corner of a widget.

Widgets Overview


This section provides a description for every type of widget a Dashboard can have.

Feel free to navigate to the one you are interested in, using right-side menu.


Provides a brief summary of statuses of all the devices.

It checks host availability through ICMP and displays their color-coded statuses.


In case there was no answer through ICMP, it also checks through TCP (ports 22, 23, 80). This can be the reason of notifications about connection attempts from unknow login (anonymous or unknown).

In case the host is unavailable, it's polling will not be performed neither in background, nor through the web interface.

Status Description
Up Host is available.
Down Host is offline.

ONT statuses

This pie chart lists your ONT devices' statuses.

Status Description
LOS Stands for Loss of Signal, and indicates that a device could have a problem with it's optic cables.
Online ONU is online and functioning.
Offline ONU is offline or has problems.

Events stat (by severity)

Provides a quick overview of devices' events.

Status Description
Info There was an event that might require your attention.
Warning There was an event that requires your attention.
Critical There was a critical event that requires your attention, possibly a malfunction.

Events count (by name)

Provides a more detailed overview of events.

Events table

Provides a very detailed table view of events.

Last user activity

Provides a log of user activities, such as logging in, logging out, etc.

Unregistered ONTs

Provides a list of all unregistered ONTs you may have.

System stat

Provides on overview of system statistics.

Name Description
Count devices The amount of devices your system has.
Count interfaces The amount of intefaces your system has.
Count device groups The amount of device groups your system has.
Count users The amount of registered users your system has.
Count roles The amount of different roles your system has.

Error device calling (last day)

Provides a table view of the devices, that had errors or couldn't be polled in the last day.

Online devices

Provides a chart of changes in online device count with time.

Online ONTs chart

Provides a chart of changes in ONTs statuses with time.

ONTs signal strength

Provides a graph of ONTs' signals strength.