Extend and Strengthen Your Network

Posted by AES Team on Nov 12, 2020 12:38:08 PM

The Health of Your Network Matters

If you use AES technology for your business, you understand that the health of your network means everything to your customers. In fact, it could mean the difference between saving a building and saving a life. Here at AES, we know that too – and that’s why we created the new Hybrid Subscriber to help you strengthen and expand your network anywhere. 

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Healthy Habits for Maintaining your AES Network

Posted by Lee Dubé | About the Author on Apr 1, 2020 5:07:40 PM

 

It’s easy to put off tasks like performing preventative maintenance steps and an annual inspection, but there's no time like the present to start developing new healthy habits for monitoring your AES network.  Taking the time to re-evaluate the way things are done and get rid of old habits that die hard can help you manage your network successfully and avoid potential issues.

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Topics: Insider

Answers to Your Top 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by Justin Lynch | About the Author on Aug 15, 2019 5:02:13 PM

 

 

1.  How to Program an IntelliNet 2.0 Unit

Please refer to the product Quick Start Guide available for download on the front end of our
‘aes-corp.com’ website, under the RESOURCES tab on the main menu bar > MANUALS:

You can also view our AES Training Videos designed as a training tool for presenting the mesh radio concept, new products, upgrades, how to’s, and tech tips.  Add our videos to your Favorites or download video files direct to your desktop from our official Vimeo page. 

                                                    

 

 

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Topics: Insider, How To

Hybrid FAQ

Posted by Lee Dubé | About the Author on Jun 7, 2019 1:34:27 PM

 

A common question frequently asked about the new 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 table then the unit will produce a Redundant Mesh (RM) Fault meaning it does not have peer in its routing table at a similar or lower Link Layer than that of the unit itself (Link Layer 0).  The unit does this to always ensure it can serve as a RF repeating peer to other dependent Subscribers.  


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Topics: Insider

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