The geographical map (geomap) shows the location of devices in the network.

To access Geo maps, navigate to Topology > Topology map > Gep map and then select Geo connectivity in the drop-down in the right pane.
Note: To enable Geo Maps with Latitude and Longitude associated to devices, you need to enrich the Latitude and Longitude information in VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance, for more information on enrichment, refer, Working with Enrichment > Add Reference Data section in VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance Configuration Guide.

Maps are available only for the instances which are having 'Physical connectivity', as one of available types for the selected instance.Geographical maps

The Default Base Map is offline map and selected by default. For online view, you can switch to Open Street Map from the Default Base Map drop-down. Nodes are placed in the map based on the longitude and latitude.
Note: All the topology entity can be enriched with Latitude and Longitude fields using the enrichment feature. These fileds are case sensitive and you must provide the latitude and longitude values.

Click any of the class instance highlights, the selected node shows the details in the drill down section. Each class instances are highlighted with severity.

Edges are colored based on severity level and you can check the details in the drill down section on select of edge. A thick edge in the graph indicates multi line edge and a popup with the list of lines and details are visible on click of it.

Class instances form a cluster based on zoom level and how nearly two or more instances are placed. Clusters are highlighted with maximum severity color and and number indicates how many devices are placed in cluster.

You can create custom consoles with the selection of Geo Connectivity as initial map type. For more information on Add Custom View, Clone View, Edit View, Delete View, and Share View, see the Working with Topology Map section.