Report Alarms as SNMP Traps: The NetGuardian 832A mediates 32 discrete alarms, 32 ping alarms, and 8 analog alarms to SNMP traps, and supports multiple SNMP managers at multiple IP addresses.
Control Remote Site Equipment From Your NOC, Web Browser, or Automatically: The NetGuardian's 8 control relays can be operated from T/MonXM, your SNMP manager, or any Web Browser. The NetGuardian can also be configured to automatically operate control relays in response to control inputs.
LAN-Based Terminal Server: The NetGuardian 832A's built-in terminal server functions allow you to access up to 8 serial devices via LAN. You can access, configure, and reboot remote site equipment without dedicated circuits and their recurring monthly costs.
Local Visibility Options: You can monitor the NetGuardian from any Web browser - a great way to check on alarms if your master is down. The NetGuardian can also send direct e-mail and alphanumeric pager alarm notifications.
Dial-Up Backup Path: Thanks to its internal 33.6K modem, you can still connect to the NetGuardian even if the LAN is not available. The NetGuardian's dial-up connection can be used as a secondary backup path, or as a primary path for sites without LAN access. And it's the ideal remote from sites that are transitioning to LAN.
Selective Echo Mode: Now featuring SNMP "Set" commands, the NetGuardian G5 can selectively "echo" incoming alarms to another SNMP device, causing it to latch a relay. In this application, the NetGuardian G5 will selectively send the alarm to another SNMP remote while also reporting the alarm to your SNMP master at the same time.