I have a list of IP and Port information for each of our clients. I don't want to maintain this data in two places, so I'm using a page properties widget on each client page to track the IP, Port, NAT, etc. Then I have a page that lists all of this information with a properties report. The problem is that some clients have multiple interfaces. This is where the properties break down. I tried using two properties widgets but it did not show multiple rows in the properties report. Here is an example of the data:
|Client||Internal IP||port||External IP|
Is there any way to set up properties on each client page so that I could get a properties report to look like the table above? Other ideas?
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