Reports are a vital piece of alarm monitoring. They allow you to trend and analyze data and identifying problems before they fry your equipment. Reports act as a snapshot of what your alarms looked like on that day. Running a report regularly will help you get to know your network and alarms, making it easier to spot troubling patterns before they cause damage or outages. Imagine how you might notice that your alarm count is up by 50% this week. What's wrong? What changed?
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You probably rely on batteries to power your gear - either
as a primary or backup source. When your uptime is riding on your batteries,
can't leave them unmonitored. Voltage tracking, temperature, and internal resistance
are all key conditions you need to be aware of. By not monitoring your battery cells, you
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Do you know enough about SNMP to be successful? In every SNMP
implementation, there are many pitfalls to avoid. You need to know
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