Viewing all base stations in the list
In the list, you can get a synthetic view of all the base stations provisioned on your account and compare their parameters with each other on all your base station fleet.
You can use filters to restrict the number of base stations you want to display in the list. Filters criteria and selection are the same on the List and Map tab. For more information, see Filtering base stations.
For more information about all you can do in the base station list, see More list activities.
To display all the base stations of your account on the List tab, do one of the following:
If you have not customized the list by selecting filters, sorting or adding /deleting columns, select Base stations or Dashboard > BASE STATIONS.
Alternatively, select Dashboard, then the total number of base stations inside the pie-char. If Clear all is displayed, click it.
-> Base stations show their health state using a colored bullet. For more information, see Base stations health states.
Note Selecting Base stations or Dashboard > BASE STATIONS shows all base stations of your account only if you have not customized the list. For more information, see Filtering base stations.
For more information about the base station parameters organized in columns, see Base stations' parameters.
More list activities
On the List tab of the base stations list, you can manage the list and perform more activities.
|Viewing range of base stations per page / total number of base stations||To see the range of base stations displayed in the current page out of the total number of base stations matching filters applied to your list, look at the top of the list.|
|Changing number of base stations per page||To change the number of base stations per page, select or enter a number in the Show list.|
|Switching pages||To switch pages, click the arrows or type the page number you want to access.|
|Getting information about a column||To display the column description, hover your pointer over the column header. For more information, see Base stations parameters. Some columns have no description.|
|Sorting base stations||To sort all base stations of the list according to a column header, click the ascending or descending gray arrow. When the arrow turns white, it is active. You can have only one active arrow to sort the list. The sorting is made on the entire list of base stations whatever the number of pages of the list.|
By default, base stations are ordered by ascending name. For more information about columns, see Base stations' parameters.
|Hiding /Showing columns||To customize the view of base station parameter's column, click Hide/Show columns, then select the column or columns of your choice or all columns. Your selection is saved in your web browser and applies to the same computer.|
|Exporting your list||To export the list, click Export as CSV. It exports the base stations details to a CSV file: all columns are exported regardless of their display status, base stations are filtered and ordered as in your list. You can export up to 50 000 base stations.|
|Accessing the base station details||Name||Click the base station name to open the corresponding base station details page. To go back, click Back several times in your web browser.|
|Filtering base stations||See Filtering base stations.|
|Selecting then tagging /untagging base stations|
|To tag or untag base stations for filtering or multicast purpose, first select the base station or base stations, then click Tag/Untag when red. For more information, see Base stations tagging.|
|Tagging, duplicating or deleting a base station||According to the permissions your are granted, click More actions... to tag, duplicate, or delete a single base station.|
|Provisioning a base station||If you have read-write access, click ADD BASE STATION. For more information, see Provisioning the base station on ThingPark GUI.|
If the segregation based on domains has been enabled by an administrator user, the button allows to associate selected base stations with domains. For more information, see Associating base stations with domains.