- It seems to me that one can work with locations for a device, and so see a device on a geographical map in the topology view. Or one can work with tags on a device, but no location, and so search for them in a topology view without geographical maps. It is not clear that one can have a location, and so see a geographical map for topology, AND also search for, or see, device tags in topology.
In this doc - Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller Enterprise Module Configuration Guide, Release 1.3.x - Managing Devi… its mentioned that
Use the following guidelines when adding location tags:
- When location tags and markers are used, the Topology window displays them on a geographical map.
- A location defined on the controller is not the "civic-location" property that some devices support.
- Location tags cannot be attached to hosts.
- You can apply only one location tag to a device. However, you can use both a location tag and a device tag together.
If you click into a location, you should be able to see the tags used on devices in that location