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Devices Supported By The T/Mon

T/Mon is an alarm master platform designed and built by DPS Telecom.

Modern networks have evolved gradually over decades. You're probably dealing with a fair amount of legacy equipment. To continue using functioning legacy gear in the era of modern protocols, you need a modern master that remains compatible with older protocols as well. The T/Mon LNX is the larger master in the T/Mon product line. The T/Mon LNX monitors all your network equipment, regardless of device type, integrating all your monitoring on one uniform platform. You can monitor alarm data from anywhere - your NOC, your desktop or laptop PC, a Web browser, your e-mail, or your pager. T/MonXM software on the T/Mon LNX hardware monitors, mediates, and forwards alarm data in over 25 standard and proprietary protocols, including legacy equipment no one else can support.

The T/MON LNX is unlike other masters for several reasons.

  1. Multi-protocol compatibility:
    Modern networks have evolved gradually over decades. You're probably dealing with a fair amount of legacy equipment. To continue using functioning legacy gear in the era of modern protocols, you need a modern master that remains compatible with older protocols as well. The T/MON LNX supports over 25 legacy and proprietary protocols making it the best master for networks that have a wide range of gear. With the T/MON LNX you can seamlessly integrate all of your gear in your network into one easy to monitor system.
  2. Flexible notifications:
    Every network has different needs. You might have a 7x24 NOC center, but you might also be a smaller company with just a few technicians. T/Mon allows you to choose on-screen display, email alerts, and/or phone alerts when new alarms come in. You can also allow alarm type and severity to determine the notification type (more important alarms demand a more disruptive alert).You can set the alarms to be as detailed as you need, so that you have complete visibility of your site all the time. No more getting vague alarms in the middle of the night and driving to a site to find out that the problem could have waited till the morning. Flexible, detailed alarms will make your techs happy and allow you to always know whats happening at your sites.
  3. Flexible capacity:
    You shouldn't pay for what you won't use or compromise on the functions you really do need. Whether you're a small rural telco or a massive multi-national corporation, you can choose a T/Mon plaform that's scaled for your needs. You can also choose software modules based on the protocols you use in your network. With DPS Telecom and the T/MON, you can be sure to find your perfect fit solution, no matter what your network needs.
  4. Location Flexibility:
    T/Mon GFX combines the power of T/Mon with an intuitive MapPoint interface. With T/Mon GFX, any PC anywhere on your network can become a complete T/Mon monitoring station, with the full power of monitoring and acknowledging alarms, operating control relays, and generating reports for in-depth analysis of network events.
  5. Web Browser Interface:
    A web browser interface is a great tool for being able to quickly spot and fix problems in your network. You want a master that has a simple, clean, easy-to-use interface. T/Mon's customizable displays present network events in plain English and geographic maps, in terms that your staff will immediately understand and take action on. The T/Mon interface is easy to use and ensures that system operators will have the right information to take corrective action in an emergency.

Here is a list of devices and protocols supported by the T/Mon LNX.

  • ASCII:
    • Any device with plain text formatted output (craft ports, etc.).
  • ROP (Report Only Printer) ports.
  • PBX Switches.
  • Class 5 Switches.
  • Microwave radios.
  • Routers.
  • AEB.
  • AFC DLC.
  • Alcatel DACS.
  • Calix.
  • CDMA.
  • CEB.
  • Cerent OC48.
  • Cisco 15454 (SONET).
  • Cisco OC48.
  • Definity System 75.
  • Digtac.
  • Ericsson Switch.
  • Fujitsu FLM 150.
  • Harris Radio.
  • Lucent 5ESS.
  • Lucent ECP.
  • Lucent OC48.
  • Motorola CBSC.
  • Motorola EMX.
  • Nokia Switch.
  • Nortel DMS-10.
  • Nortel DMS-100.
  • Nortel DMS-250.
  • Nortel DMS-500.
  • Nortel MTX250.
  • Nortel OC48.
  • Nortel PCS.
  • OMC System.
  • Paradyne 740.
  • PBX Switches.
  • Tellabs DACS.
  • Tellabs DACS 5500.
  • Badger:
    • Badger 481.
    • Badger 1200.
    • Larse 1200.
    • Badger Mini-Master.
    • Badger 482.
  • Calix.
  • Cordell.
  • Datalok:
    • Pulsecom Datalok 10A.
    • Pulsecom Datalok 10D.
    • Other Pulsecom Datalok devices.
  • DCM:
    • Dantel 460 Alarm & Control System (ACS).
    • Dantel MAT.
    • Dantel CPM.
    • Dantel VDM.
    • Dantel SBP sub-assembly.
  • DCP (DCP, DCPf, DCPx, DCP1):
    • Any DCP enabled device.
    • DPS Telecom remotes.
    • Dantel 460 Alarm & Control System (ACS).
  • DNP3:
    • Any DNP3 enabled device.
  • E2, E2A:
    • Any E2 or E2A enabled device.
    • DPS Telecom KDA-E2A.
    • DPS Telecom NTP (Network Telemetry Processor).
    • Lucent DAS (Digital Alarm Scanner) remote.
    • Lucent APR (Alarm Processing Remote).
    • Lucent ATP (Advanced Telemetry Processor).
    • Lucent GTP (General Telemetry Processor).
    • Lucent SAC (Status and Command) remote.
  • Felix.
  • FX8800.
  • Granger 8000 Alarm System.
    • Any network enabled device (printers, servers, routers, RTUs, etc.).
  • Modbus:
    • Any Modbus ASCII device.
    • Any Modbus RTU device.
    • Any Modbus TCP/IP device.
    • Analog and contact closure sensors.
    • Environmental sensors (temp, humidity, etc.).
    • Tridium Jace-512.
  • NEC 21SV:
    • NEC - 21SV supervisory & control remotes.
    • NEC - 21RB supervisory & control remotes.
    • NEC - 21GTX fault-management system.
  • NTP:
    • Network Time Protocol.
    • Synchronize the T/Mon clock to Network Time Servers.
  • SNMP:
    • Any device that supports the SNMP Protocol (v1, v2c, v3).
  • Syslog.
  • TABS:
    • Any device that supports the TABS protocol.
    • NEC RC-28D digital multiplexer.
  • TBOS:
    • Any device that supports the TBOS protocol.
    • DPS Telecom remotes.
    • Alcatel DML-3X50 Digital Muldem/Lightwave multiplexer.
    • Lucent DDM 1000 DS3 multiplexer.
    • Lucent DDM 2000 OC-12 multiplexer.
    • Lucent DDM 2000 OC-3 multiplexer.
    • Microwave radios.
    • Multiplexers.
    • NEC Async.
    • NEC FD-39001 multiplexer.
    • Nortel FD-565.
    • Nortel Async (now CTDI Async product line of Digital Loop Carriers (DLCs), Channel Banks, and Multiplexers).
    • OC-3s from various manufacturers.
  • Telco Systems Teltrac devices.
  • TL1 (Click here to view TL1 Knowledge Base):
    • Any device that supports the TL1 protocol.
    • PBX Switches.
    • Class 5 Switches.
    • Microwave radios.
    • Routers.
    • SONET equipment.
  • TMonNet (Network of multiple T/Mons).
  • POP3 - Email acknowledgment of alarm notifications in T/Mon.
  • SMTP - Email notifications of alarms sent from T/Mon.
  • SNMP:
    • Any device that supports SNMP.