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Advanced Filter Usage

Advanced Filter Usage

Advanced filters can be used in both the publishing system and the conventional tabular database reports.

advanced filters

Click here to see the global and test metrics you can use in filters.

Filter Format

Below are some examples of how to use the filters.

Note: When using these filters in publishing data sets they must be wrapped in quotes.

Filter by a single metric

[voip:jitter > 5.3]

Note the colon between the test type and the metric name. The filters are also enclosed in an open and close square bracket.

Filter by a two metrics of the same test type

[voip:jitter > 5.3 and djitter > 4]

When defining metrics from the same test type the test type is only required to be defined on the first filter.

Filter by a global metric

[gbl:testto = 1.2.3.4]

This filter would only show tests that were performed to the IP 1.2.3.4.

Filter by a global metric and a test metric

[voip:jitter > 5.3 and djitter > 4 and testto=1.2.3.4]

Note that the gbl prefix is not required for the global filter if defined with test metrics.

Filter by a global metric and a test metric

[voip:jitter > 5.3 and djitter > 4 and testto=1.2.3.4][act:dspeed > 20000]

Note that separate test types should be in separate square brackets.