Let the NetGuardian 864A be the solution to your alarm monitoring problem. It can mediate 64 discrete alarms right out of the box. If you need more than the 64 available, then you have the option to expand the numbers of discrete alarms available from 64 up to 256. That's a 300% increase from the base 64 discrete alarms.
The NetGuardian 864A also has an internal modem so that in the event that there is no LAN connection possible. You still have access to the NetGuardian with no problems at all. Reliable, capable and expandable when you need it, the NetGuardian 864A is what you want for your alarm monitoring needs.
See Real-World NetGuardian 832A Applications.
|Report Alarms as SNMP Traps: The NetGuardian 864A mediates 64 discrete alarms, 32 ping alarms, and 8 analog alarms to SNMP traps, and supports multiple SNMP managers at multiple IP addresses.||Control Remote Site Equipment From Your NOC, Web Browser, or Automatically: The NetGuardian's 8 control relays can be operated from T/MonXM, your SNMP manager, or any Web Browser. The NetGuardian can also be configured to automatically operate control relays in response to control inputs.|
|LAN-Based Terminal Server: The NetGuardian 832A's built-in terminal server functions allow you to access up to 8 serial devices via LAN. You can access, configure, and reboot remote site equipment without dedicated circuits and their recurring monthly costs.||Local Visibility Options: You can monitor the NetGuardian from any Web browser - a great way to check on alarms if your master is down. The NetGuardian can also send direct e-mail and alphanumeric pager alarm notifications.|
|Dial-Up Backup Path: Thanks to its internal 33.6K modem, you can still connect to the NetGuardian even if the LAN is not available. The NetGuardian's dial-up connection can be used as a secondary backup path, or as a primary path for sites without LAN access. And it's the ideal remote from sites that are transitioning to LAN.|
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