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         About PowerNet Vision




   PowerNet Vision expands your field of view and extends your
    management capabilities over your entire RF network.
   Vision is a 32-bit, Windows based network tool that eases the
    burden of installing, administering, and upgrading your 2.4 GHz and
    900 MHz RF systems.
            About PowerNet Vision
                           PowerNet Vision Console




                                                                     Vision Agent




   PowerNet Vision uses a Server/Agent relationship to receive RF
    network information from Agent PCs residing on neighboring
    network segments. This architecture enhances performance and
    provides a single point of administration for all RF devices.
   Agent PCs communicate consolidated RF Network information and
    Access Point statistics back to the PowerNet Vision Console
    utilizing minimum network bandwidth.
            Network Tree View




   PowerNet Vision’s graphical network tree shows a detailed structure of all
    network segments with Access Points, Transceivers, and RF Terminals.
   Each RF device is represented as an icon that may be renamed and chosen to
    reveal transaction statistics, IP address, and MAC address information.
   The Network Tree View is automatically updated every few seconds to show
    RF Terminals roaming between Access Points.
       Network Analyzer View




   The Network Analyzer Utility shows Source and Destination IP
    and MAC address information and even identifies the type of
    Access Point involved in transactions.
   Wireless Traffic is categorized into frame, frame header, and
    frame content information.
           Diagnostic Log File Viewer




   Use PowerNet Vision to view Connect’s patented diagnostic log files
   Debug Levels may be set from 0-9 for General, Display, Formatter,
    Dialog, Mobile Unit Interface, Presentation Space, 3270 and 5250
    Datastream, and 3270 SNA parameters
           AP Configuration




   PowerNet Vision provides three separate ways to manually configure
    Access Points. Use the PowerNet Vision standard parameters form to
    supply the necessary settings, then, based on the support offered by the
    manufacturer, each Access Point may be configured using the Serial
    Interface, the Telnet Interface, or through SNMP.
             Auto Configure Utility




   The Auto Configure utility allows for the designation of any Access
    Point in a segment to be labeled as the Default Access Point.
   Subsequent Access Points plugged into the same network segment may
    be auto-configured using the settings of the Default Access Point. The
    IP address of the new Access Points are assigned based on a range of
    IP addresses supplied in the Segment Address Management Form.
   Access Point installation time is reduced significantly, along with labor
    expenses.
              AP Firmware Update


TCP/IP Ethernet                                         PowerNet Vision Console


   Choose any Access Point from the network tree then choose the
    “Update Firmware” selection to update the firmware on the Access
    Point.
   Vision supports all major Access Point systems including Avaya™,
    Cisco/Aironet™, Symbol™, and Proxim™. PowerNet Vision provides
    the migration path for upgrading to the latest AP technology by
    supporting both your existing equipment and your future equipment
    purchases.
           AP Alerts
 Automatically receive alerts from
  Access Points and Terminals and
  notify the administrator through
  the PowerNet Vision PC or via
  email.
 Alerts received by the PowerNet
  Vision PC are shown on the
  Network Tree by highlighting the
  AP sending the alert.
             Vision Settings
   The Vision Settings Form allows the user
    to choose support for:
           Automatically Configuring

            Access Point Parameters
           Automatically setting Access
            Point IP Parameters
           Updating Access Point firmware

            via TFTP
           Supplying SNMP password
            settings for SNMP Traps
          Mobile Unit Message




   Choose any RF Terminal from the Mobile Unit Message Form within
    the Tools menu to send administrator messages to individual or
    multiple terminal users.
           Mobile Unit Screen Watcher




   Point and click on any RF Terminal within the Network Tree then
    choose the “Mobile Unit Screen Watcher” selection from the Tools
    Menu to view an active RF Terminal display in real time.
        PowerNet Vision
   PowerNet Vision supports all of the most popular wireless systems
    including Avaya, Cisco, Symbol, and Proxim.
   PowerNet Vision works with the entire PowerNet Product Familiy
    including Twin Client, OpenAir Windows, OpenAir Linux, and
    PowerNet AirLinc.
   PowerNet Vision supports all of the major RF Terminal
    manufacturers including American Micro, Casio, Citadel, Compsee,
    Datalogic, Denso, HHP, Intelligent Instrumentation, Intermec,
    Norand, Monarch, Percon, Psion Teklogix, Symbol, Telxon,
    and more….
          Connect is …
   A UL registered ISO 9001 company
   A leading provider of Connectivity and
    Management Tools for RFDC
   Over 7500 installations worldwide
   A non-exclusive OEM provider to an
    international network of VAR’s and
    Manufacturers
   Sales, Engineering, Support, Services,
    Operations, and Training

				
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