Domotz Pro User Guide

4.4.6. Interfaces

For SNMP enabled devices with Network Interfaces, Domotz is able to display the status and traffic information of their interfaces.
Traffic information is collected and stored, so that the user can see the historical data and monitor the interfaces. Automatic Port Mapping

For many managed switches, Domotz is able to automatically detect and associate the devices with the port to which they’re connected.

Individual information for each port of the switch is displayed such as max throughput, current upload and download rate.

For a complete list of supported devices, refer to the Community forum pages at Power over Ethernet (PoE)

If a Managed Network Switch has PoE capabilities, additional data will be displayed under the Interfaces tab:


  • PoE Power Consumption and Budget information – this is a graphical representation of the power consumption in watts and percentages (out of the total budget) of the aggregated data from the PoE ports

PoE Port Toggle Button – for PoE ports there is also the option to toggle their state on/off as shown in the image below. Power consumption (in watts) is also displayed (if applicable) for the individual port.

PoE management and Automatic Port Mapping requires SNMP enabled with the community settings configured correctly in the Info section of the Device Details Diagnostic and Port Details Window

For every single switch interface port there is additional information which can be accessed by selecting the port name or icons on the left of the SNMP information list.

A tap on a port name or icon or graph icon from the Interfaces list will open a more detailed information window regarding that port shown as a list of devices that are mapped to it.


Tab “Diagnostic”

The chart provides information related to:


  • Bandwidth usage: inbound and outbound directions
  • Errors: inbound and outbound 
  • Discarded packets: inbound and outbound

You can chose among three different time frames (1 day, 7 days, 1 month – that is the defaulted value).

Tab “Info”

The port details window is a visual representation of the individual port the following information:


  • port maximum throughput
  • port upload and download bandwidth consumtion
  • PoE power consumption (if any)


Additional information are provided in this visualization:


  • Last Seen Status: shown only if the device is down. It would also indicate the time that has passed since the mapped device was last online
  • Port Statuses:

On both tabs mapped device(s) are listed – device(s) have been automatically mapped to this port and have the following information


  • Associated Name of the device (as shown in the Devices List)
  • IP Address of the device
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