In Today's Issue ... May 26, 2004

I Need Your Expert Advice

Bob Berry, President & CEO
Bob Berry, President & CEO

I know your time is valuable so I'll be to the point.

I'm putting the finishing touches on a new report that's all about integrating your legacy equipment with SNMP and I want to make sure I don't leave anything out.

When you think about legacy equipment and integration with SNMP, what is the single biggest problem you face?

All you have to do is type your problem in the little box and click submit. In exchange for your advice, I'll give you a copy of the report when it's ready (Should be less than 3 weeks).

This survey will take just 30 seconds out of your day, but the report may literally shave hours off the learning curve of people in our industry who are looking for a smooth migration path to SNMP and legacy integration.

(Your name and e-mail address are NOT required and all questions will remain completely anonymous).

So think about your biggest problem with integrating SNMP-based monitoring with your existing legacy equipment, and respond to the form below:

When you think about legacy equipment and integration with SNMP, what is the single biggest problem you face?

Or visit the online form at:

Let me thank you in advance for helping make this the best report possible.


SNMP Alarm Monitoring for Legacy Sites Without Installing New Equipment at Every Remote Site
What do you do when you need to implement SNMP monitoring at remote sites where you can’t cost-effectively replace legacy gear? Equipment reseller Robert Lane solved this dilemma by providing his clients with a SNMP-legacy integration solution using the TMon/IAM Remote Alarm Monitoring System. | Full Story

Robert Lane of Arcom

NetGuardian 216
Monitor Small Sites Without Overspending on Excess Alarm Capacity
If you think you can't monitor your small sites cost-effectively, the NetGuardian 216 will change your mind. This light-capacity LAN-based RTU for SNMP, TL1, and DCP makes it possible to install network monitoring anywhere in your network, without spending a fortune on extra alarm capacity. | Learn more about the NetGuardian 216

How to Select a Remote Network Alarm Monitoring System
Choosing the right network monitoring system can be a puzzle. Here's a clear-cut checklist of essential functions your monitoring system should support. | Full Story

Alarm Notification Devices

QuickTip: How to Configure Pager and E-Mail Notifications in TMon
Not everyone has the luxury of a permanently manned 24-hour NOC. But if you've got a TMon/IAM system, you already have a more effective solution for 24-7 monitoring pager and e-mail alarm notifications. This QuickTip will show you how you can get 24-hour alarm notifications up and running today. | Full Story

Learn How to Use Your DPS Equipment Better, Faster and Easier at Factory Training, June 7-10
Are you getting the most out of your monitoring system investment? Do you have the feeling that you could do way more with your TMon/IAM system than you are now? Then you don't want to miss the DPS Factory Training Event, June 7-10 at DPS headquarters in Fresno, California. This intense 4-day training program will give you the inside track on how to use your DPS equipment to the fullest from Day 1. Class sizes are limited to 8 attendees, so register now. | For more information and online registration...

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