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kk4hpy
Feature - UI - Mesh Status Page - Search Remote Nodes

On the mesh status page the remote nodes section , there is no search function or filter function or ability to change sort order

I would like to be able to search by Host Name with partial search results so its not necessary to type out the whole thing. 

i would also like to Filter by services, such as show only nodes that have a service. 

I would like the ability to change the default sort order

KG6JEI
Please see this note about

Please see this note about submitting feature requests:
http://www.aredn.org/content/submitting-feature-request

AE6XE
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search in mesh status

search in mesh status

For now, there is a way in the browser to search on the mesh status page.  "<ctrl>f"  will bring up a browser search ability.   These greater capabilities are planned with this enhancement request:   http://bloodhound.aredn.org/products/AREDN/ticket/159 .   The current UI is written in Perl and it has had a full  life, but is architecturally limited with what we can readily do.    We will re-write the interface and add a richer feature set.    

KG6JEI
While AREDN->ticket:159 is

While AREDN->ticket:159 is likely the parent, I belive individual feature requests are still being taken to address desired features for the UI.  Without individual tickets the requested features are unknown.  Plus it's always possible one ticket (like 159) gets dismissed or delayed and still need to implement the required feature in the current UI.

 

kk4hpy
I can create a ticket and

I am unable to create a ticket because it says I need a summary field but I do not see a summary field in the page

×Warning Tickets must contain a summary

I did put in a description

K5DLQ
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Enter the summary where the

Enter the summary where the arrow is pointing...

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kk4hpy
Thanks 

Thanks 

created ticket 231 and associated it with ticket 159

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