Smart Central Management Over All Network Devices
PLANET Network Management System (NMS) Solution successfully integrates MQTT, SNMP, ONVIF protocol and PLANET Smart Discovery to enable IT administrators to monitor and further manage up to 10 types of networking devices, covering switches, routers, VoIP, IP Surveillance devices and more.
PLANET Intelligent Network Management System Solution includes the software-based UNI-NMS, hardware-based controller, NMS-500, Touch LCD controller, NMS-1000V, and the latest mobile app “CloudViewer” to attend to different applications. PLANET NMS solution features intuitive dashboard, topology and map viewing to make network management efficient and effective.
The exclusive product features for PLANET NMS solution include:
- Centralized control of up to 100,000 nodes
- System upgrade and license (free of charge)
- Intuitive and user-friendly management functions
- Cloud management via PLANET DDNS and Google Map
- 24/7 remote access and management from mobile devices
3 Easy Steps to Manage your Network Devices with NMS Solution
PLANET NMS Solution guarantees amazing user experience through its intuitive and user-friendly Web GUI and comprehensible step-by-step guidance on each function.
Intuitive Mobile User Experience with Cloud Network
PLANET CloudViewer App enhances user experience by following the simple procedure to set up a cloud connection. With four easy steps, even non-technical users are able to set up the system within minutes.
Using LLDP Protocol to build Domain Network Topology
The Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) is a vendor-neutral link layer protocol used by network devices for advertising their identity, capabilities, and neighbors on a local area network based on IEEE 802 technology, principally wired Ethernet.
Cost-effective Central Network Management Solution for SMBs
PLANET Network Management Solution helps service providers and IT managers control all PLANET network devices through a single platform. It also enables SMB IT administrators to effectively manage a local network of up to 512/1024 managed nodes and 200 sites simultaneously.
The NMS automatically discovers and configures device profiles, batch provisioning and firmware upgrade. With its built-in SAPC (Smart AP Control) function, users are able to customize their own Wi-Fi plan on the basis of actual floor maps, and further monitor all managed APs via a single Web-based interface. To solve the problem of manually configuring wireless APs one by one, the integrated cross-protocol management system greatly saves SMBs both time and money.