The AirLink Manager Platform is a powerful browser-based software application that enables users to configure, monitor, and analyze Sierra Wireless gateways and routers. Offered as the AirLink® Manager (AM) for primarily fixed-asset environments or as the AirLink® Mobility Manager (AMM) for mobile applications, the AirLink Manager platform offers customers the flexibility to choose the right management solution for their environment.
Designed for applications where cloud-based management is not an option, the AirLink® Manager (AM) is a leading-edge, end-to-end on-premises network management solution that enables simplified, remote, and real-time mass configuration, control, and troubleshooting of AirLink® routers and gateways, connected infrastructure, and mission critical applications.
AM displays a virtual dashboard with an up-to-date view of all connected AirLink routers and gateways, and delivers a continuous stream of rich, real-time network data, allowing users to analyze the behavior of hundreds of devices and device parameters as they occur. The AM enables users to create custom alerts and event triggers, and offers on-demand or pre-scheduled historical reports for in-depth analysis and diagnostics.
AirLink® Mobility Manager (AMM) is a leading-edge, end-to-end network management solution that enables simplified, remote and real-time mass configuration, control and troubleshooting of all in-vehicle AirLink® routers and gateways, connected mobile assets and mission critical applications.
Available as a hosted service (for MG routers and gateways) and “in the enterprise” (for all AirLink routers and gateways), AMM displays a virtual dashboard with an up-to-date view of the entire fleet, and delivers a continuous stream of rich, real-time network data, allowing users to observe, track and examine the behavior of hundreds of devices, networks, and connected vehicle parameters as it occurs.
This online documentation provides access to information on both products. AM and AMM are configuration options on the same robust platform. For ease of documentation, “AMM” is used throughout to describe the features and capabilities of the product. As AM provides a subset of the capabilities in AMM, features that are specific to the AMM are identified. Most screenshots in this document that show a logo, show that of the AMM. Feature availability is dependent on the license purchased.
On this page you will find the links to reference sections that provide the full scope of documentation for the products. These sections include all the content that was previously provided in the downloadable AMM Operation and Configuration Guide and AMM Report Guide.