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|Bob Berry is the founder and CEO of DPS Telecom, a leading developer of integrated network alarm monitoring solutions. Bob's engineering skill and dedication to solving his clients' real-world problems has grown DPS from a small consulting firm to an Inc. 500 company.
Many network managers are upgrading their alarm monitoring to modern SNMP systems - but many more managers are stuck with their older systems, because it's financially impossible to replace them.
There is a way out. Your older equipment can be integrated with a new SNMP-based system. You can have modern capabilities without replacing your old equipment, greatly reducing the costs of upgrading.
This white paper is a fast guide to the facts about SNMP-legacy integration. It will show you exactly how you can integrate your older systems to SNMP - without sacrificing functionality or wasting money.
|Overcoming the Three Most Common Barriers to Integration
|What if LAN connections are not available to remote sites (like a transmitter site on top of a mountain)?
|Making SNMP-Legacy Integration Work - Without Sacrificing Functionality
|Watch out for this potential obstacle to successful integration
|Justifying the Costs of Integration - It's Way Easier Than You Think
|Here's how controlled, step-by-step migration works
|Price is only the first part of cost justification - make sure your vendor offers guaranteed results
|Why Your SNMP Manager is NOT the Best SNMP System for Integrated Network Monitoring
|7 essential telemetry features that the average SNMP manager doesn't support
|T/Mon Remote Alarm Monitoring System supports all 7 of these crucial telemetry functions
|Bottom-Line Results - What SNMP-Legacy Integration Will Do for You
|SNMP-legacy integration is the safe way to migrate from a failing legacy system
|See what the T/Mon Remote Monitoring System can do for you
|What to Do Next
|Appendix Part 1: Protocols and Devices Supported by T/Mon NOC
|Appendix Part 2: Protocols and Devices Supported by T/Mon NOC
|SNMP Monitoring Solutions from DPS Telecom
|Get the Facts Before You Purchase Your Next Network Monitoring System
You'll probably always have legacy equipment, but that doesn't mean you can't take advantage of the latest technologies AND continue to get the full value of your legacy gear.
The answer is SNMP-legacy integration. The most important thing you need to know about integration is that it works:
Yes, there are some barriers to integrating your legacy equipment, but those barriers can be overcome, and I'm going to show you how.
What you're going to get out of this white paper is some solid background on the technologies that make SNMP-legacy integration work. This is the background you need to make informed decisions about your SNMP implementation.
To begin, let's show you how you can overcome three of the most common barriers to SNMP-legacy integration. Here are some actual problems and questions submitted by network managers.
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