Zanaware Adds Headend Device Auto-Detection

Aug. 1, 2013
Zanaware Technologies' Channel Lineup Pro and Auto Backr Pro products have been upgraded to automatically detect and record any new devices in a headend without user intervention. Utilizing FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, SFTP, SNMP, SSH, Telnet and TFTP, Channel Lineup Pr...
Zanaware Technologies' Channel Lineup Pro and Auto Backr Pro products have been upgraded to automatically detect and record any new devices in a headend without user intervention.Utilizing FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, SFTP, SNMP, SSH, Telnet and TFTP, Channel Lineup Pro and Auto Backr Pro are designed to regularly poll each headend device to automatically identify and record any network or configuration changes. Additionally, both products are designed to automatically identify and import data from any newly installed device, as well as regularly back up the configuration files of all headend equipment to enable recovery in the event of a failure. When supported in a profile, both products record product data including serial numbers, software versions and license keys.

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