Mobile network monitoring app—MXview ToGo

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Moxa has released the MXview ToGo app, a mobile client of its MXview industrial network management software. The MXview ToGo app provides real-time event alerts, instant network/device status checks, and smart device identification and location. With this mobile tool you'll have instant access to network updates, even when you're on the move. Download the app now and experience the convenience of monitoring your network with MXview ToGo.

MXview ToGo and MXview industrial network management software work together as a client/server network management solution. The MXview software provides a visual representation of your network topology, and allows users to perform configuration, traffic load monitoring, and historical event playback.

With the new MXview ToGo app, network administrators receive event notification pushed directly to their mobile phones, allowing them to instantly check the health of the network from their phone, including whether the network is operating normally, warnings have been issued, or a critical situation requires immediate attention. When administrators are at a field site doing a regular inspection or troubleshooting, MXview ToGo can be used to scan a QR code to view specific device information, without connecting to a laptop computer. In addition, with the built-in device locator feature, users can trigger a particular device's LED to blink, giving them the ability to quickly locate a specific device out of hundreds of similar devices.

"Being able to monitor and manage the network and devices is essential to ensuring smooth operation. However, with evolving business operations, administrators are often on the move. This makes it difficult for them to stay informed of any changes in the status of their devices and networks, let alone troubleshoot situations that should be resolved immediately," said Chih-Hong Lin, Business Development Manager Industrial Ethernet at Moxa Europe. "Now, with MXview ToGo, administrators can continuously monitor their network—anytime, anywhere."

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