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Here you can view the whole structure of your network with all its elements (routers, switches, devices, passive components). When you load this page for the first time, an overview will appear of all locations with the names and numbers of online/offline devices in them.

icon info2 Related code lists: Settings Code lists POPsSettings Code lists Locations. Any change, move or link is immediately (automatically) saved to the system.


Overview of Locations

A list of locations is displayed here. In it, you can see the names and numbers of online/offline devices in every location.

There are two icons in the upper right section of the page: iconopenrightdevices add a passive component, iconopenrightlegend legend. Individual locations and passive components can be connected together in the same way that they are connected in reality. You can link individual elements together by a simple drag and drop gesture (click on the yellow square in the right upper corner of any of the elements, drag it and drop it onto the element you want to connect to the first one). Once a link is established, you can click on it and do one of the following things: Save note or Remove connection.


Overview of POPs

When you click on a particular location, a list will appear of POPs, passive components and uplinks in this location. An uplink is a link between locations or POPs defined by specific devices.

In the menu on the right side of the page, you can arrange for the system to show you iconopenrightrouter the routers and iconopenrightswitche the switches that are in a given location and may be assigned to a POP. You can assign such a device to a specific POP by a simple drag and drop gesture - drag the icon corresponding to a given device and drop it onto a specific POP.

Details about POPs

When you click on a particular POP, details about it will appear. You can see here all devices connected to a given router (routers, switches, passive components, uplinks). You may do the same actions as in Location or POP.

Tips on how to use this documentation



Searching required information is possible either via structured menu which is divided into sections, or via full-text search of the entire contents of this on-line documentation.

This aid will make it possible for you to find out where exactly you are at the moment.

If, for example, the following appears beneath the main menu - ISPadmin Wiki / ENG / Client management / Menu - CLIENTS / Clients / Message Board / Groups - it means that you are:


  • in the Wiki documentation of the ISPadmin system
  • in its English localization
  • in the Client management section
  • in the Clients tab
  • in the Message board subtab
  • in the Groups sub-subtab


It contains newly added functionalities and modifications of the system which are displayed by versions and issue date. Changelog articles are also displayed in individual sections / pages of the documentation which relate to new functionality or modification. 

Basic orientation

You will find a welcoming menu with basic instruction on trying / implementing / using below. 


Frequently asked questions along with most important procedures and settings are listed in FAQ section. 


Items which refer to real system menu are highlighted in corresponding colour, including their graphical background. Eg. Invoicing Settings Templates Reminders. This is also a working reference to an article. 


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