Datto Networking: Embedding data widgets on external sites



This article describes how to embed Datto Networking information and widgets into an external website.


  • Datto Networking


You can use the Datto Networking Portal to create a custom HTML script that references the portal's widgets and networking information, and embed this script on an external website, such as a client portal or dashboard. This white-label integration allows for clients to view a tailored, high-level overview about your network without providing them direct access to the Datto Networking Portal.

Currently, the script supports the following widgets and tables:

  • Network map
  • 24 hour client table
  • 24 hour upload/download/clients histogram
  • Access point table
  • Access point table (compact)
  • Application data pie chart
  • Application data table
  • Site survey table


1. Navigate to a web session for your network.

2. Click the Configure drop-down, then click Display.

Figure 1: Navigating to Display

3. Generate a HTML snippet by clicking Show embed code. This snippet contains a script that connects your page to the Datto Networking Portal, and the generation process automatically fills in the data-keydata-token, and data-network-id values that represent your network. Below is an example script:

<script data-key="abc" data-token="123" data-network-id="1" src="https://embed.cloudtrax.com/v1.js"></script>

4. Open your web page in an HTML editor.

5. Paste the HTML snippet into your page's HTML code.

6. Insert <div> tags for widgets and chart you want to see on the page. Below are the <div> tags for each widget and chart:

<!-- pie chart of layer 7 data -->
<div class="cloudtrax-ApplicationPieChart"></div>

<!-- table of layer 7 data -->
<div class="cloudtrax-ApplicationTable"></div>

<!-- up/down/clients for given network over 24h period -->
<div class="cloudtrax-NetworkHistogram"></div>

<!-- google map with nodes on it -->
<div class="cloudtrax-NetworkMap"></div>

<!-- table of all access points -->
<div class="cloudtrax-NodeTable"></div>

<!-- table of all access points with some columns removed for a more compact width -->
<div class="cloudtrax-NodeTableCompact"></div>

<!-- table of all network users -->
<div class="cloudtrax-ClientTable"></div>

<!-- table of other signals detected by the network -->
<div class="cloudtrax-SurveyTable"></div> 

7. Repeat steps 3-7 for each additional page.

Additional Options

Usage Timeframe

By default the timeframe for each DIV element is for the last day only; however, you can change this default behavior (to last 30 days) by specifying the following on each <div>:

<div class="cloudtrax-NetworkHistogram" data-period="month"></div>


You can modify the CSS styles of widgets and tables. Only modify these with a prior understanding of CSS.

The following is an example of how to add and remove the MAC address client table:

.cloudtrax-NodeTableCompact .mac {
.cloudtrax-ClientTable .os {


You can use the data-key and data-token attributes to tie together multiple networks to a page,  and define which will take precedence in the script. For example:

<script data-key="abc" data-token="123" data-network-id="1" src="https://embed.cloudtrax.com/v1.js"></script>

<!-- uses key/token abc/123, as specified by the SCRIPT tag above -->
<div class="cloudtrax-NodeTable"></div>

<!-- uses key/token xyz/246, as specified by the data-token attribute -->
<div class="cloudtrax-SurveyTable" data-key="xyz" data-token="246" data-network-id="2"></div>

Deactiviating embeds

You can permanently deactivate external embeds by selecting the Deactivate checkbox in the Display page of the Datto Networking Portal.

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