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Connectivity

 
Connectivity describes how two physical assets are connected together. Connections are categorized by a type that references the Connectivity Type (ethernet, power, video, audio, etc.). Connectivity references Connectivity Types, Physical Asset and Virtual Asset. It should be populated in step 4 of the data workflow.
 
Connectivity
 
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1.
Source Asset defines the start of the connection. This field pulls from both Physical Asset and Virtual Asset nodes.
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2.
The Source Port describes any port information for the Source Asset (e.g., IP address).
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3.
Target Access defines the end of the connection. This field pulls from both Physical Asset and Virtual Asset nodes.
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4.
The Target Port describes any port information for the Target Asset (e.g., IP address).
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5.
Connectivity Type describes the connection type between the source asset and target asset. This field pulls from the Connectivity Types node.
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6.
A text field for any desired notes. This field is not required.
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7.
The Name field can be the name of the connection (e.g., Source - Target - Type) or a descriptive name. This field is not required.
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8.
The user can provide a Description of the connection. This field is not required.
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9.
The Record Type field is automatically populated by the software and cannot be edited.
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