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SNMP Over T1 White Paper

Monitoring SNMP over T1. It's improving alarm monitoring at telecoms and utilities across the United States. Are you getting ahead of your competition or getting left behind?

This white paper exposes the secrets of cost-efficient transport of SNMP traps across T1 lines. You'll learn about the hidden costs that are eating away at your profits today, and the massive benefits that could skyrocket your ROI tomorrow...

SNMP was created in 1988 (based on Simple Gateway Management Protocol, or SGMP) as a short-term solution to manage elements for growing networks - like the Internet. Since then, SNMP has achieved widespread acceptance and become a standard protocol for tons of applications. Why is SNMP "Simple"? Aside from the small number of commands SNMP uses, it is considered :simple: because of its reliance on an unsupervised or connectionless communication link. This simplicity has led directly to its widespread use, especially in internet applications. SNMP is considered "robust", because of the independence of the managers from the agents. Because they are typically separate devices, if an agent fails, the manager will continue to function, or vice versa. SNMP has grown beyond its IP roots to play an important role in remote alarm monitoring of telecommunications networks. SNMP can do a lot to make your network alarm monitoring more cost-effective and your network more reliable - if you clearly identify your network monitoring goals and have the right tools to achieve them. How can you best integrate SNMP into your network monitoring? Let us help you. DPS Telecom is the industry leader in hardware and software alarm monitoring solutions. We've helped many companies successfully implement SNMP-based monitoring, and we can do the same for you. We can help you find the right implementation strategies, avoid the pitfalls, and use SNMP effectively to increase your network's reliability (To read more on "8 Pitfalls When Integrating Incompatible Network Monitoring Systems and Protocols " - visit http://www.dpstele.com/network-management/guides/8-pitfalls.php)

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