Adding Devices to the NPM tree

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Introduction

Revision 1.0.1 – (31-01-2017)

 

The NPM tree lists sub-trees, hosts, and graphs in a tree-like interface. It is the main user interface for the Dashboard tab. There can be more than one tree which allows for a granular definition of the tree structure.

Before creating the NPM tree, think about a good structure for it. Changing the tree later is going to involve quite some manual work, so it is better to have this set up correctly beforehand.

NPM already has a default tree defined.

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