I'm not sure entirely what you are asking, about the 10k row limit or the data resolution/any/within/outside criteria so I will answer both.
For the 10k row limit I am not sure this has been built in to SteelScript yet. I know it is possible directly through the REST API (I will attach a LINUX BASH script to this message that does it) but I have not seen anything in SteelScript yet. The script takes four CLI parameters: "username> <password> <NetProfiler IP> <number of rows to return> (in that order) and returns all the matching data. The data is unformatted so the script is not very useful other then as an example.
For your second set of questions, you can definitely change the resolution using the "resolution" parameter. The traffic_summary.pl script only supports using 'auto' so you can not change it with the default script (at least not the one I have - it may have changed at some point). I've modified that script (and attached it below) to support a '--resolution' option. This can be used to specify the desired resolution: auto, 15min, 1hour, 6hour, 1day, 1week.
Finally, about using any, within, outside. These specific options are not supported because you are assumed to be writing a traffic expression. In reality all the UI does is takes the data you put in the various boxes and converts it to a traffic expression. So if you put in the port/proto box Outside and tcp/443 that is just writing the traffic expression "(not port 443 and not proto tcp)". To do WIthin and tcp/443 the expression would be "(port 443 and proto tcp)". Finally, any would be blank (so if you don't specify a traffic expression the expectation is that everything is included. A more complex example would be:
Host A: Within 192.168.1.0/24, Server
Host B: Outside 192.168.1.0/24, Client
Port/Proto: Within TCP/443, TCP/80
The traffic expression for this would be:
"srv host 192.168.1.0/24 and not cli host 192.168.1.0/24 and (port 443 and proto tcp) and (port 80 and proto tcp)"
I hope this helps!
I wanted to post an update to this topic.The most recent version of SteelScript has added support for the limit function. If you look at the docs/tutorial (specifically 4.4. NetProfiler and Reporting — steelscript documentation) you will see that there is now a 'limit' option for get_data:
get_data(index=0, columns=None, limit=None)
Retrieve data for this report.
If columns is specified, restrict the data to the list of requested columns.
Parameters: limit (integer) – Upper limit of rows of the result data.
If you specify limit it will retrieve that number of rows and if you leave it blank you will get 10,000.