Layer 3 routing made easy

Learn to configure and manage routing with Distech Controls and Optigo Networks

Do you waste time on repetitive tasks, like entering in static IP addresses? Do you wait forever to get a block of IP addresses from IT that you can use? 

Layer 3 routing can be difficult and tedious if you don’t have the right tools at your disposal. 

Fortunately, there’s Optigo Connect’s new solution for router management. It provides multi-layer network visibility in the Optigo OneView platform, allowing users to manage their own IP addresses, set up inter-VLAN routing, and more. Paired with Distech Controls’ powerful line of products, you have everything you need for a truly smart building.

Watch our webinar to learn more about the router management platform, and how you can benefit from a Distech and Optigo building. We dug into key highlights of Optigo Connect’s router management, shared how it fits with the Distech and Optigo solution, and demonstrated how to set up your Distech system with Optigo Connect.

Do you waste time on repetitive tasks, like entering in static IP addresses? Do you wait forever to get a block of IP addresses from IT that you can use? 

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