The Properties View shows you detailed information of every node of the network, including Channel, Protocol, Status and so on. Analyzing the data in this window in conjunction with the Graph View or the Network Explorer gives us both graphical and the technical information needed to understand the structure and interaction between the nodes of the network topology representation.
Every time you select a network node from the Graph View or Network Explorer, its correspondent information will be automatically loaded in the Properties View, such as the protocol used to detect the node, the channel on which it is located, its address, status, among others.
The Graph View network nodes can also be customized from the Properties View, you can do this to make a node easier to identify in the graphic representation of the network. To do so, click the Customize button located in the Customizable Properties expander at the bottom of the view, after this the Customize dialog will appear for you to change the node Alias and Icon, for more details see the Customizing Nodes section.
Active Endpoint Detection
Ubiqua analyzes specific Zigbee packets supported by the network nodes, those that come from the Application layer can contain various addressing objects including profiles, clusters, and endpoints. The Application layer also provides device and service discovery features on Zigbee devices.
To visualize the active endpoints in Ubiqua, click on the devices displayed in the Graph View or Network Explorer, after this their information will be loaded in the Properties View, under the Zigbee Endpoints expander you will be able to find the endpoints detected for the selected device.