WISP NMS recommendations

Tim Huffman Tim at bobbroadband.com
Thu Jun 18 09:26:02 CDT 2009


We use Intermapper. It's very flexible, and offers a 'wireless probe' package, which covers Motorola Canopy and their PTP products, along with several other hardware vendors (Alvarion, Atmel, MikroTik, etc). Also, it's written in Java, and runs on just about anything.

It does monitoring and (very basic) graphing, but not management. They have a pretty well documented and simple scripting language for writing new probes as well, which comes in very handy. I've written probes for several Dragonwave products, and submitted them to the community.

Their support is also very responsive, which is always important.

Tim Huffman
Director of Engineering
Business Only Broadband, LLC
O (630) 590-6012
C (630) 340-1925
tim at bobbroadband.com
www.bobbroadband.com


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Freddie Sessler [mailto:nanogger at gmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 11:31 PM
> To: nanog at nanog.org
> Subject: WISP NMS recommendations
> 
> Hi Folks,I am looking for recommendations on an NMS system for use in
> managing a multivendor wireless infrastructure. Specifically we run mostly
> Motorola point to point, point to multipoint(Canopy platform) and mesh
> radios devices We have looked at the One Point Wireless Manager but this
> product in our evaluation doesn't seem to be ready for prime time and also
> has the limitation of only being able to manage Motorola. Ideally we would
> have something that could be used for configuration management in a multi
> vendor environment as well as recieve SNMP traps about RF issues such as
> latency and jitter. I am curious to what other shops are using out there.
> If
> this is a top better suited to another list, my apologies and any pointers
> to a different list would be greatly appreciated.
> 
> Thanks
> JT




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