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NetGuardian 216

NetGuardian 216

If you think you can't monitor small sites cost-effectively, the NetGuardian 216 will change your mind

Are you monitoring your small sites? Do you think you can't afford to? The light-capacity LAN-based NetGuardian 216 for SNMP, TL1, and DCP makes it possible to install network monitoring anywhere in your network, without spending a fortune on excess alarm capacity.

• Right-size capacity for small sites: 16 discrete alarms, 2 analog alarms, 2 controls and 1 terminal server port .

• Reports alarms over SNMP, TL1 or to T/Mon NOC.

• Reports to up to 2 SNMP managers - great for reporting alarms to different departments

• 4-threshold analog monitoring (Major Over, Minor Over, Minor Under and Major Under).

• Terminal server port for LAN access to switches, routers, PBXs and other serial-interface devices.

• Optional dual -48 VDC or 110 VAC power input.

• 2 small-footprint form factors for rack or wall mounting.

• Included Windows configuration utility for easy, quick turnup.

• Free lifetime firmware upgrades


The NetGuardian 216 wall mount unit offers same 16 alarms, 2 analogs, and 2 controls as the rack mount unit in a vertical 6"H x 8"W x 1.75"D case, saving valuable rack space for your other network equipment.

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