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If you've been looking for a way to make your alarm monitoring more effective and your network more reliable, there's a perfect solution - attend a DPS Telecom Factory Training Event. It's the fastest and easiest way to get the best protection from your network reliability management system from the day you turn it up.
We all know how time-consuming and frustrating it can be to figure out a new, unfamiliar system. That's time and trouble you can't afford to spend when you need an alarm system up and running now to monitor critical systems.
Factory training is the easy shortcut through the "figuring it out" process. At a DPS Factory Training Event, you'll learn how to implement your network monitoring quickly, easily, and efficiently.
In just four days of training, you'll get the equivalent of years of hands-on experience with network telemetry equipment. Even if you've spent years working with DPS systems, factory training is the ideal way to learn about all the advanced features of your monitoring system - just ask the many veteran professionals who have attended factory training.
And the best time to sign up for factory training is right now, so you can attend the January Factory Training Event, Jan. 19-22.
This new, improved training course has been completely updated, based on client feedback, to concentrate on the essential, real-world network monitoring techniques you need to protect your network.
This four-day investment of your time will pay you back many times over in increased network reliability and uptime. And you can register right now - call 1-800-693-0351 or you can register online.
And if you can't make it for January, register for a Factory Training Event later in 2004. There's a Factory Training Event every six weeks this year, so there's sure to be a time that's convenient for you. Check the Factory Training Calendar for the 2004 training schedule.
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New Training Program Completely Revised and Improved by Client Input to Be More Focused on Your Real-World Monitoring Tasks
If you want to make sure you're doing everything you can to safeguard your network reliability, you need to go to a DPS Telecom Factory Training Event. It's the quickest, easiest, and surest way to learn how to use your DPS equipment to the fullest from Day 1. This is training that will immediately pay you back in enhanced staff efficiency, better network reliability, longer uptime, and increased revenue.
And there's no better time to attend factory training than the January Factory Training Event. The training course has been completely revised based on client input, with updated materials, more hands-on activities, and a greater focus on your specific needs.
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Most RTUs offer only limited functions for detecting LAN connectivity. If the local connection is up, a standard remote will report a working LAN connection, even if most of the network is in fact down.
The NetGuardian is a LAN-based remote that's still operational when the LAN is down. Because of its internal modem and paging capability, the NetGuardian can effectively monitor its own LAN connection and notify you of LAN failures.