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Hybrid FAQ

A question frequently asked about the AES 7177 Hybrid 2.0 Fire Subscriber is, where in the network can the Hybrid unit be placed?  AES Mesh Radio Network The Importance of the Routing Table As long as another IP Link or Hybrid make it onto the Hybrid’s routing table, the unit will be satisfied.  However, if there are no IP Links or Hybrids listed in the routing

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Best Practices Guideline

Please note, this blog post is offered for reference only to be used as a general guideline fornetworks utilizing the 7705i MultiNet Receiver (similar guidelines are being developed for next generation 7705ii MultiNet Receiver networks). Not all networks are the same, each private network has a different set of variables and unique configuration. Field Technicians and Installers should always seek appropriate advice from a member of

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2 Important Steps for Maintaining Your Network

  Our Technical Support team has created two log sheets to help your organization track information related to your AES installations.  1.     Track Your AES Installations Routinely Keeping track of your AES installations is a very important step as part of maintaining your network.  Over time, people’s memories fade and details of an installation are forgotten.  This Installation Log will help capture important details of the

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5 Keys to Proper Installation & Network Optimization

1. Test the Location in Advance of the Installation Perform a comprehensive pre-installation AES Site Survey, this will equip the installer with valuable insight about the installation site. For a full preparation checklist, check out our previous post, 6 Steps for Performing a Quality Installation. Remember to check and verify the NetCon value; this will help you assess the building design and layout so you can

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AES Corporation is Excited to Announce the New IntelliNet® Network Control Center (INCC)!!!

The complete end-to-end network monitoring and management platform