Monitor network components including alarm control from the browser
Step 1: Startup
Step 2: You’re off and running
Monitor alarm states in the browser and acknowledge alarms in software
Monitor the status of your configured alarms with self-refreshing display in the browser and acknowledge pending alarms with the click of a mouse.
Switch digital output when alarm occurs
If one of the network components can no longer be reached, one of the digital outputs on the IP Watcher will switch.
Step 3: Integration into your system
Use IP-Watcher as time server
Use the IP-Watcher as a local time server which replies to queries according to SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol).
Switching the digital output of a Web-IO in alarm situations
Switch a digital output on the digital Web-IO via TCP client message when a watched network component can no longer be accessed.
Publish IP Watcher in the Internet using DSL
Dynamic IP addresses, NAT and other things you need to know about
Wireless connection of the IP Watcher to the LAN
Incorporating IP Monitor, Web-Alarm, Web-Count, RFID Server, Com-Servers and Web-Thermo-Hygrograph in WLANS with Ethernet client bridges