Product Overview


Multi-screen “drill down” for information isolation and problem identification

A single screen provides an overall view of the monitored network. Operators can drill down on indicated errors to focus on the issue at hand - reduncing MTTR.

Management dashboard for quick status overview: customizable visualization

Customize to prioritize information or customize different views for different teams - a monitoring view for operators, a simple dashboard for management, and full diagnostics and troubleshooting for engineers.


Consolidator provides central monitoring and control capability, enabling feedback display, remote control and configuration of probes.


Multi-user capability

  • Role-specific views for different teams
  • Role-specific permissions
  • Access control to monitoring probes
  • Information compartmentalization

Standards Based Interface

Remote DVStation systems communicate with Consolidator via standard TCP/IP and SNMP protocols. The Linux-based architecture of the DVStation is specially designed to allow maximum flexibility to integrate into any network environment. Simply connect the ethernet cable, assign a name to the machine, and select either automatic or manual IP address assignment.

Management Information Base

Within every DVStation is a detailed and comprehensive management information base - MIB - which contains all of the real time performance and quality information collected by the DVStation.

For each measurement parameter, you can configure to send an alarm or SNMP TRAP to the Consolidator application to alert you of system abnormalities. The configuration is flexible — meaning you can specify faults that warrant immediate action and that can be ignored.

Active Hot Links for Deeper Analysis

Clicking on any site name within the Consolidator main window immediately connects you to the remote interface of the DVStation at that site. Thereafter you have the full power of the DVStation at your fingertips to identify and isolate the root cause of alarms.

Connection between sites can be made via LAN, WAN, corporate internet, or even the public internet. Futhermore, the DVStation provides two mechanisms for remote access: a java-based application for access through a web browser, and terminal software using the X-Window system, providing maximum cross-platform flexibility.

Independent, multi-tasking and multi-user access allows onsite personnel to simultaneously view network performance with engineering and/or headquarters during critical network outages.

Additionally, use the remote interface to access and retrieve detailed log files collected by each DVStation. Individual logs are maintained for Measurement, Bandwidth, Error and RF Performance.