The map page allows you to see where all your assets are.

An asset can be a vehicle or a trailer or a fixed point like a tower or a comms room. You can move around the map, zoom in/out, pan and tilt, using the click functions to manipulate the view to your liking.

Generally speaking, the map page will show you the state of your network in real-time by changing the colour of assets and their links to denote issues as they occur. You can find the current availability and latency for common groupings of devices and assets in the top left, they are colour coded to help highlight issues as they occur, the thresholds for colour coding can be found at element colours.

When you first enter the Wireless Manager you will see the map page, it looks like this:

The page is contextually aware, if you click on an asset you will see that the map page will show extra information relating to the selected asset, depending on the information available to the asset it will be displayed in the top right corner of the screen, like so:

You can find out more about the information available here (todo: add link to detailed information).

If you have an asset selected you have the option to show some quick stats by clicking the small arrow in the bottom right hand corner of the page, like so:

If you don't have an asset selected it will show the aggregate stats for the whole site.

The map has a handy feature that allows you to move backward and forwards in time by moving the small slider at the very bottom of the page, if you haven't manipulated the time line you should find time slider in the bottom right hand corner. 30 minutes of data is loaded into the map at any one time, When you first load the page there is a small loading bar that shows you how much of the 30 minutes worth of data you can access, it loads fairly quickly and you will see it loading from right to left. You can only manipulate the time slider within the bounds of loaded data or another way to put would be that you can only drag the slider back to the limit of the loaded data.

You can use the data time picker in the bottom left hand corner to select a point in time or a range of time, it is pretty straight forward, like so:  Date Time Selector

In the bottom left hand corner above the date time selector you have the view options, detailed information about the view options can be found here (todo: add link to detailed information). The view options allow you change map layers and change the way that the data is displayed on the map, labels, connection data and connection history. Turning on location history, which is the Heatmap allows areas with poor connectivity to be seen, tilting the map shows this data in a 3D like view, like so:  Location History

The Quicklist pane on the left allows you to select or search for an individual asset, select or deselect assets and their groups, it is handy to declutter the map if you are having trouble finding what you are looking for, like so:  Selecting Assets

The dashboard, which includes reports, graphs and the asset management interface can be shown by clicking the arrow in the top left corner of the page, like so:  Dashboard Page More information about the dashboard can be found on the Dashboard Page