EDITRAN/CL. Client for the EDITRAN remote operation/administration.
This module is available for UNIX and Windows EDITRAN environments.
This module allows distributing the functions for administration, operation, tracing and control of the exchanges, from the machine where Editran is running to the points (any Windows machine working as a client point) placed in the departments responsible for the applications.
The permissions for each user are controlled by the system administrator. The visibility for each client can be limited to the presentations that are his responsibility.
You need to have the services TCP/IP both in the client point and in the server machine where the EDITRAN processes run.
EDITRAN/GT. Management of transmissions.
This module is available for Windows, UNIX and Linux environments. It is used for planning and controlling transmissions, and it allows:
- Transmitting/receiving data in a specific lapse of time (date/time).
- Start of the data transmission, depending on the existance of files in specific folders.
- Recovering interrupted transmissions.
EDITRAN/EA. Alarms, statistics and service quality.
Available up to version 5.1.0, this module is used to obtain statistics and data about the service quality of the exchanges;
it also generates alert messages, informing about serious incidences, to user interfaces that link with the product which monitorizes and controls the installation Tivoli or similar, as well as alarm or incidence messages via e-mail or SMS, or to the address or number specified for each session.
It registers each of the events of the transmission, so that the EDITRAN administrator can analyze them later. This will allow him to adjust the transmission parameters for each session, according to the incidences that have been detected.
It makes possible the accounting of the data transmitted by the application or by the remote extreme node. In this way, it can facilitate the cost sharing among internal applications or among remote extreme nodes.
It helps optimizing the use of the transmission lines, according to these statistics.