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Old February 5th, 2016   #1
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I have a system (architectural) in place, RDM enabled. Would like to interrogate and view status remotely via internet. How can I do this?
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Old February 5th, 2016   #2
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Welcome to the RDM forums!

It really will depend on the architectural controller you are using. You'll need one that supports RDM and allows for a remote connection. If you're using something PC-based you can always just set up a remote connection to that computer so you can log into it.

Some of the more sophisticated RDM controllers allow you to set up mail notifications and such to notify you of different errors or conditions.

There are also various "inline" systems that can live in between your existing architectural controller and the fixtures and can act as the RDM controller for the system. Something like Pathport from Pathway Connectivity comes to mind here.
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Old February 5th, 2016   #3
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OLA has a Web GUI you can use to manage a system.

You might also look at ETC's Net3 Conductor to see if it will meet your needs
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