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An introduction to Monitoring Fundamentals strictly from the perspective of telecom network alarm management.

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10 T/Mon NOC Features that Other Masters Can't Match

Previous Page: T/Mon consolidates multiple alarm systems onto one screen
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  1. TL1 Interrogator collects alarms from your TL1 devices. T/Mon can extract critical alarm data from autonomous TL1 messages and convert them to a standard format, bring all of your alarms from over 25 protocols onto one screen.
  2. TL1 Responder mediates alarms to your TL1 master. T/Mon can report alarms collected from over 25 protocols as TL1 messages to your existing TL1 master. You'll be able to see all of your alarms on your familiar TL1 master interface.
  3. Detailed alarm notifications in plain English that your staff will immediately understand and take action on. Every notification includes full information about the alarm, including its severity, location, date/time stamp, and a user-defined description.
  4. Immediate notification of changes of state (COSs), including new alarms and alarms that have cleared. You don't have to hunt to find out what's changed in your network- T/Mon lists it for you.
  5. A continuously updated list of all current standing alarms. Even if the system operator acknowledges the alarm, it remains in the Standing Alarms screen until it is cleared.
  6. Text message windows displaying specific instructions for the appropriate action for an alarm. System operators, even without extra training, will know precisely what to do and who to call in case of an alarm.
  7. Nuisance alarm filtering. Unimportant alarms that generate meaningless status notices or oscillate between alarm and clear conditions subconsciously train your staff to ignore the alarm monitoring system. T/Mon filters out nuisance alarms, allowing your staff to focus its attention on serious threats.
  8. Pager and e-mail notifications. Send alarm notifications directly to maintenance personnel, even if they're away from the NOC.
  9. Derived alarms and controls that combine and correlate data from multiple alarm inputs and automatically control remote site equipment to correct complex threats.
  10. Mediation of all alarms to SNMP traps sent to MOM
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"The T/Mon NOC Remote Alarm Monitoring System provides total visibility of your network status and automatically notifies the right people to keep your network running."

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