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Wild cards

When searching using a text field in a custom filter or the quick search field you must enter specific search data, such as 192.168.10.5. Wild cards can be used in these fields. Possible wild cards include the following:

Option

Example

*

192.* in the IP address field searches for all IP addresses that begin with 192.

[...]

[192.168.10.10,172.168.5.22,192.168.5.10] Searches for each IP address in the series and returns multiple records.

Any search field that starts and ends with square brackets "[]" and has one or more commas "," is treated as a list of values.

!

!192. in the IP address field searches for all IP addresses that do not contain 192.

![...]

![John, Frank, Bob] in the First Name field returns all records that do not contain John, Frank or Bob in the First Name field.

<esc>!

<esc>!John in the First Name field returns records that match !John. The "<esc>" allows you to search for data that contains an exclamation point (!).

Wild cards

When searching using a text field in a custom filter or the quick search field you must enter specific search data, such as 192.168.10.5. Wild cards can be used in these fields. Possible wild cards include the following:

Option

Example

*

192.* in the IP address field searches for all IP addresses that begin with 192.

[...]

[192.168.10.10,172.168.5.22,192.168.5.10] Searches for each IP address in the series and returns multiple records.

Any search field that starts and ends with square brackets "[]" and has one or more commas "," is treated as a list of values.

!

!192. in the IP address field searches for all IP addresses that do not contain 192.

![...]

![John, Frank, Bob] in the First Name field returns all records that do not contain John, Frank or Bob in the First Name field.

<esc>!

<esc>!John in the First Name field returns records that match !John. The "<esc>" allows you to search for data that contains an exclamation point (!).