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Mediate Legacy Systems to Your Preferred Master or MOM

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Maintaining Separate Monitoring Systems Wastes Time, Effort, and Money

Your network has standardized on a single monitoring platform that does everything you want - except monitor that one oddball legacy system that doesn't do SNMP, or TL1, or even ASCII.

You'd like to get rid of that system, but you know you can't. It's essential for monitoring a small group of alarms that your modern master of masters can't handle.

But needing to maintain a separate monitoring system for those alarms is causing problems:

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Eliminate the Need for Specialized Terminals and Reduce Operational Costs

A protocol mediation device can bring the missing element of system integration to your network monitoring.

In this application, the obsolete legacy master is eliminated. Alarms from your legacy remotes are collected by a protocol mediation device that converts the alarm data into the native format of standard master.

Without having to go to the trouble and expense of replacing your legacy remotes, you can bring your legacy alarms to the same system you use to monitor the rest of your network.

Using an integrated platform for all your monitoring applications will:


Get a Custom Application Diagram of Your Perfect-Fit Monitoring System

There is no other network on the planet that is exactly like yours. For that reason, you need to build a monitoring system that's the right fit for you.

"Buying more than you need" and "buying less than you need" are real risks. You also have to think about training, tech support, and upgrade availability.

Send me a quick online message about what you're trying to accomplish. I'll work with you to build a custom PDF application diagram that's a perfect fit for your network.


Make an Informed Decision


Your network isn't off-the-shelf.

Your monitoring system shouldn't be, either.

Customized monitoring application drawing

We'll walk you through this with a customized monitoring diagram.

Just tell us what you're trying to accomplish with remote monitoring.

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