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DPS Telecom Best Practices

How to Setup Your NetGuardian Using Your Phone

Learn the step-by-step on how you can set up your NetGuardian RTU for the first time through your phone.

Richard Howell
August 20, 2020

How to Test Your NetGuardian

Setting up your equipment correctly is a critical step in monitoring your network. if your equipment works, but is misconfigured, it's only as good as a paperweight. In this article I'll cover a handful of different ways to test some of the features on your NetGuardian, so you can make sure you have it configured correctly.

Ryan Ridley
June 17, 2020

How to Configure NetGuardian Notifications (Part II)

One of the most powerful and necessary functions in network monitoring is the sending of notifications. These will alert you when a condition changes, or when a threshold is reached. This in turn allows you to respond to the change quickly and effectively, as the notification will inform you which alarm has gone active.

Ryan Ridley
June 5, 2020

How To Configure NetGuardian Analogs in T/Mon

Sensors allow us to monitor things beyond simple binary on-off events. Events such as temperature, humidity, airflow, etc. that the T/Mon can then process and provide trend graphs over time.

Julian Coleman
June 2, 2020

Best Practices: How To Telnet to NetGuardian RTU

Telnet, short for Teletype Network, is an application layer protocol designed for bidirectional interactive text-based communication between a client and a server. While Telnet communicates over TCP, the connection is interspersed with additional control information.

Julian Coleman
June 2, 2020

How to Configure NetGuardian Notifications (Part I)

In network monitoring, notifications are critical. The point of monitoring is to know what is happening so you can respond to it and resolve any issues that occur. Our DPS equipment is designed to be flexible and meet your needs, so we have many different types of notifications at your disposal. This article will cover how to set up our many different notifications so you will be alerted to changing conditions.

Ryan Ridley
May 29, 2020

How to Configure A Wireless Propane Sensor

Monitoring your fuel levels is crucial to maintaining uptime and functionality. Without knowledge of the level of fuel remaining in your tank, you will have to send out technicians to your sites to constantly check on them. What's worse, is when a tank runs out of fuel when you need it most - during an outage.

Ryan Ridley
May 28, 2020

Tips on How to Use the Debug Menu of a NetGuardian

DPS equipment is designed to be powerful, robust, and reliable. We want to help you minimize the amount of time you spend visiting your site to fix or check on things, so you can focus on what's more important to your business.

Ryan Ridley
May 21, 2020

How to Configure Your NetGuardian for the First Time

Our goal is to make your life easier. Equipment from DPS is designed to last for over 10 years, so you can set it up and let it do its job without interruptions. We want to make sure your network is reliable...

Ryan Ridley
May 18, 2020

What are ground isolated RTUs?

We offer many different build options on our units to meet our client's needs. We want to make your monitoring job as easy as possible, so we want to work with you to meet the unique needs of your company...

Ryan Ridley
May 15, 2020

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