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Newer Hardware Model is Now Available
The T/Mon platform now has a newer hardware version called T/Mon LNX, which includes several new benefits. Visit the T/Mon LNX product page now.

Devices supported by the T/Mon NOC.

The T/Mon NOC remote alarm master monitoring systemIntegrating all your alarm inputs into a single multi-function and multi-protocol platform, the T/Mon NOC is built with support for a variety of devices and protocols.

  • Legacy devices.
    Badger, Cordell, etc.
  • Multi-protocol.
    Collect alarms regardless of manufacturer or protocol.
  • T/Mon GFX GUI.
    Graphical user interface to view alarms.
  • One platform.
    Alarm data in one consistent interface.
The T/Mon NOC xm interface screenshots Supported Devices and Protocols.
  • 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, etc).
  • 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 (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.
Terminology Refresh.

SNMP is an acronym for Simple Network Management Protocol. It is a protocol that was created to control computers and report important information through a network connection. More in-depth information about SNMP can be found at SNMP Tutorial.

ASCII is an acronym for the American Standard Code for Information Interchange and is widely used as a character encoding standard on computers and other equipment that uses text characters. The term ASCII, in most cases, usually refers to a list of codes that are used as the numerical representation of text characters, also called symbols. For example, the ASCII code for the English character "A" is denoted by the numerical value "65". The value "65" in this case could also be called the ASCII code for the symbol "A". The English character "a" on the other hand is denoted by the numerical value "97". In ASCII, uppercase and lowercase characters just like the character "A" and the character "a" are seen as being two completely different characters. This is why the two characters have different values so that they can be represented separately. Because there are so many characters and symbols that can be represented using ASCII codes, there are lists of ASCII codes called ASCII table available online for easy viewing.