The graphical view of your map helps you understand your network at a glance.
You can get here by selecting Graphic Mode from the Quick Actions menu on your maps list.
You can easily drag and drop images on the page to change your view. Or use the toggle in the top, right corner to change from radial view (the default) to a tree list view.
You'll see the Summary pane on the left with several filters. When you select multiple filters, we'll show you hosts that match all of your filters. Tip - Use the Search field at the top to set up a search query using filters like discovery method and device type.
Tell me about host attributes (Scannable, Rogue, etc)
You can filter results by these attributes:
New - Discovered for the first time.
Scannable - Hosts in your account, which means they can be scanned.
In Netblock - Included in the domain's netblock (under Assets > Domains).
Approved - Included in the domain's approved hosts list (under Assets > Domains).
Rogue - Not in the domain's approved hosts list.
Live - Hosts "alive" at the time of the discovery, meaning they responded to pings.
Tell me about operating system families
We'll group devices into common operating system families like Windows, Linux, Max. Other includes any OS that doesn't belong to one of the families listed. Unknown means the OS could not be identified.
Want to get back to the full results?
Select the Clear link to the right of the Search pane.
Simply click on any device in the map and details will appear in the preview pane. Can't find the device you want? If you know the IP address then go to the Results tab on the left, click on the IP address and it'll be highlighted in your map. You can also do a quick search by entering the IP or hostname in the search field (at the top of the page).
You can scan any host that is in your account. Go to the Summary pane and click Scannable to find all hosts you can scan. Then select one or more hosts in the map and choose Launch Scan from the Actions menu.
If services were detected on the host, then the discovery method used is shown in the Preview pane. Want to search for hosts by discovery method? Click next to the search field and then select a discovery method from the Discovery Method menu. Click Search. (Tip - You'll only see discovery methods that are applicable to your map.)
Learn more about discovery methods
Each map image represents a type of device (host, router, server, etc) and its operating system, if applicable.