NetMediator TNT G5 Applications



Communication Mediums

The NetMediator TNT reports discrete alarms, relay status, analog alarms, and network equip ment failures over the LAN/WAN to an SNMP manager or to the DPS Telecom T/Mon Network Alarm Management System.

SNMP Trap Reporting

The NetMediator can report directly to an SNMP Manager and will respond to SNMP queries and commands. Multiple SNMP managers at multiple IP addresses are also supported by the NetMediator. Communication may be achieved via PPP (dial-up) or LAN.

T/Mon Support

The NetMediator TNT can also report to a DP Telecom T/Mon Network Alarm Management System via LAN and dedicated serial communications links. In case of primary path failure, the system will automatically fall back to the alternate path dial-up, ensuring alarm data won't be lost when it's needed most. The modems can also be used as the primary communication method for "Off Net" sites.

Functional Diagram

Reach-Through Ports

The NetMediator TNT can also report to a DP Telecom T/Mon Network Alarm Management System via LAN and dedicated serial communications links. In case ofBoth firmware types permit the establishment of multiple Telnet sessions and a dial-up session to connect serial ports connected to the administration ports of your network equipment. This gives your staff the ability to assess and repair your network faster without having to be physically present at the network site. It is also cost effective because there is no need to purchase a dedicated terminal server.
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