As we've seen above there are 3 ways to search by. Text (inside the name and the description of a device), Tag, and, Filter.

We can combine all of these together if we want to really narrow down the search results. Simply use an & symbol in-between the queries. Below is an example.


In the example above we have a search phrase, a tag, and two filters to search by.

http GET\&tag=cof33cof3-coff-33co-ffee-123456789abc\&filter=online%3D1\&filter=wormhole_enabled%3D1 'Authorization: Token 123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzqwer'
curl --header "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Token 123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzqwer" --request GET\&tag=cof33cof3-coff-33co-ffee-123456789abc\&filter=online%3D1\&filter=wormhole_enabled%3D1


The '&' symbol on the command line.

Please note that in the above example the query string would be used on the command line so the & has to be preceded by a \ so that it is not read as a Linux command. Hence why we have \&.