Fujitsu And TL1:
Mediate Alarms To T/Mon From TL1 And SNMP Devices Such As Cisco, Calix, & DCHPatriot

Let T/Mon Mediate Alarms From Your TL1 and SNMP Devices...
Let T/Mon Mediate Alarms From Your TL1 and SNMP Devices...

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How This Application Works:

The T/Mon NOC will perform many critical functions such as collecting, filtering, categorizing & present your alarms, maintaining history, alphanumeric paging and e-email notification. One of the most powerful features of the T/Mon NOC is its ability to mediate alarms to other protocols. The T/Mon NOC is a rack mounted, -48V dual feed, Pentium computer. The T/Mon NOC will use the slide rack which can be placed into Vantage Point Solutions's 19" or 23" racks. This solution provides the highest level of local alarm visibility. Alarm viewing will take several forms including our embedded web browser support facility. This interface is incredibly easy to use and will provide network visibility to your staff provided they are given the access rights by your system administrator. Other remote access will be provided using our T/Windows software. This software can be loaded on multiple PC's and is ideal for technicians and other members of your staff to view alarms from remote locations over LAN, direct connect or dial up.

In the event you lose your primary hard drive, the T/Mon NOC will automatically fall back to the secondary hard drive. In addition, the T/Mon NOC supports a modular interface design. This design allows us to semi-customize each T/Mon NOC for deployments in diverse network architectures. The SNMP Trap Processor Software Module will give your T/Mon NOC the ability to receive SNMP traps from network elements and convert them to standardized T/Mon alarms so you will be able to view them. This will result in a very powerful SNMP manager because not only will your T/Mon be able to accept DCPx from DPS remotes, you will be able to monitor your other SNMP devices as well. This software module will support V1 as well as V2 devices and is very simple to use. Simply compile the MIB onto the T/Mon NOC, select the rules for how you want to see those alarms and you've integrated those into the system.

The T/Mon NOC can be preloaded with the ASCII software module that will parse the ASCII and TL1 protocol from your Fujitsu equipment. The Auto data basing ASCII software will allow you to create rules to parse the ASCII output and capture the key data, then present the alarm then perform paging and email notification. This software greatly enhances the overall functionality of the T/Mon NOC system and provides you with single consolidated alarm management system.