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Previous Page: What's New in T/MonXM 4.5
T/Mon Alarm Summary Screen
Alarm Summary - Bird's Eye View of Your Whole Network: The topmost level of the T/Mon interface is the Alarm Summary screen, which presents an overview of your whole network.
  • Remote Access via LAN, Dial-Up, or Serial Connection - Connect to your T/Mon or IAM system from anywhere, even if LAN connections are unavailable, with the new T/Windows 1.0G, which supports LAN, dial-up, and serial connections.
  • Fast Primary-Secondary Switching in Redundant Dual-Master Configurations - TMonNet continually synchronizes your primary and secondary T/Mon databases, eliminating delays if your primary unit fails and the secondary unit takes over.
  • See Live Operational Status of Primary and Secondary T/Mons - The Alarm Summary Screen now displays the name of the active and passive T/Mon units, so you always whether your primary or secondary T/Mon is actively polling your remotes.
  • Access Your Alarm Database in Monitor Mode - You can now access your entire alarm database without taking your network monitoring offline. Right in Monitor Mode, you can log on to your remotes, get live updates of your alarm database, and view descriptions of both active and clear alarm points.
  • Select Alarm Windows With One Keystroke - Select any alarm window immediately without scrolling by pressing its corresponding letter key.
  • Trouble Log Reports Provide a Comprehensive Record of All Trouble Log Entries - Now you can create reports showing all notes entered in trouble logs by system operators. You can compile Trouble Log reports by date page or by a specific alarm point in the Monitor Mode, giving you a collective report of all your trouble log entries.
  • Offline Databasing for Windows 2000 and XP - XMEdit is now compatibile with Windows 2000 and XP using Microsoft Virtual PC 2004. You can configure and upload your alarm database to your T/Mon using any common Windows based PC.
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