SNMP Legacy Integration - Contents

About the Author

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. Bob Berry

How This White Paper Will Help You

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 3
What if LAN connections are not available to remote sites (like a transmitter site on top of a mountain)? 5
Making SNMP-Legacy Integration Work - Without Sacrificing Functionality 6
Watch out for this potential obstacle to successful integration 7
Justifying the Costs of Integration - It's Way Easier Than You Think 8
Here's how controlled, step-by-step migration works 9
Price is only the first part of cost justification - make sure your vendor offers guaranteed results 10
Why Your SNMP Manager is NOT the Best SNMP System for Integrated Network Monitoring 11
7 essential telemetry features that the average SNMP manager doesn't support 12
T/Mon Remote Alarm Monitoring System supports all 7 of these crucial telemetry functions 13
Bottom-Line Results - What SNMP-Legacy Integration Will Do for You 14
SNMP-legacy integration is the safe way to migrate from a failing legacy system 15
See what the T/Mon Remote Monitoring System can do for you 16
What to Do Next 17
Appendix Part 1: Protocols and Devices Supported by T/Mon NOC 18
Appendix Part 2: Protocols and Devices Supported by T/Mon NOC 19
SNMP Monitoring Solutions from DPS Telecom 20
Get the Facts Before You Purchase Your Next Network Monitoring System 21