Receive E-Mail Notification of Alarms
Notifications Right in Your Inbox
E-mail notification reports alarm events to the e-mail addresses of specified personnel and creates a supplemental record of alarm events in addition to your master's. E-mail is also a great way to keep senior supervisors informed of alarm events. The familiar e-mail interface provides network visibility to everyone without the need for specialized training. E-mail notifications also support acknowledging alarms by sending a reply e-mail.
Receive Pager Notifications Directly From Remotes
An advanced, full-featured RTU can independently send e-mail notifications directly to technicians, even if your master or SNMP manager doesn't support e-mail.
This is a convenient way to add e-mail notifications to your network monitoring without going to the trouble and expense of replacing your master. And it's a great way to filter alarms; the remote is provisioned only with the e-mail addresses of the personnel responsible for the site, so they receive only the alarm notifications they need to see.
What Do You Want Your Alarm Collection Device To Do?
- Monitor Discrete, Analog, and Ping Alarms
- Report Alarms in the Protocol of Your Choice
- Control Remote Site Equipment
- Filter Nuisance Alarms
- Provide Alarm Monitoring Capacity That's Exactly Right for Your Sites
- Link Remote Sites to Central Offices Using LAN or Dial-Up
- Mediate Alarm Inputs Between Different Protocols
- Report Alarms Over a T1 Connection
How Are Other Companies Using Alarm Collection Devices?
- EATEL keeps their customers happy with fast network outage response times
- RT Communications Uses the NetGuardian & IAM to Bring Network Monitoring In-House
- New York City Transit's $141 million project to create an ATM/SONET network for the 21st century
- In-house monitoring improves reliability at Triangle Communications Inc.