Monitoring & Management

This section is dedicated to learning how to monitor and manage your network and devices using Domotz features.

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Officially Supported PoE Equipment

Officially Supported PoE Equipment

BrandModelCapabilitiesCommunication protocolANY RFC-3621 compliant-- on/off of PoE ports- port mapping is available for RFC-4188 ones- SNMPAraknis- AN-300-SW-8-PoE - AN-210-SW-24-PoE - on/off of PoE ports- port mapping- port PoE consumption- max PoE...

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Officially Supported PDUs

Officially Supported PDUs

BrandModelCapabilitiesCommunication protocolAPC (American Power Corp.) - Rack PDU, Switched, 1U, 12A/208V, 10A/230V, (8)C13- Rack PDU, Switched, 1U, 16A, 208/230V, (8)C13- Rack PDU, Switched, 2U, 32A, 230V, (16)C13- Rack PDU, Switched, Zero U, 10A, 230V, (16) C13-...

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Agent offline device status explained

Agent offline device status explained

When you get the Agent Offline message at the top of your agent page, Domotz is no longer monitoring your network. Therefore your device statuses are not being updated and cannot be trusted. Device status of your devices, or any other value you are monitoring, is in...

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Configure VLANs in Windows

Configure VLANs in Windows

Prerequisites Before proceeding please check that the machine hosting the Domotz Agent is plugged in on to a trunk port of your switch which is able to see all your VLANs. Configuration With recent changes on how Windows manage network, with components from...

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How to monitor VLANs on a Domotz Box

How to monitor VLANs on a Domotz Box

Prerequisites Before proceeding please check that the Domotz Box is plugged in on to a trunk port of your switch which is able to see all your VLANs. Domotz Box Configuration Connect directly to the HTTP service running on port 3000 (http://domotzboxipaddress:3000 ---...

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