Ethernet Industriel

Networking Intelligence

Software Competence for Your Industrial Networking Excellence

Moxa offers frequent and innovative software and firmware updates that add new functionality across the full spectrum of edge-to-core switches. The aim is to ensure highly reliable, secure and simplified operations to achieve networking excellence and easy management.

  • MXview industrial network management software
  • EDS-SNMP OPC Server Pro
  • Turbo Ring redundant topology
  • Turbo Chain redundanct technoloyy
  • IPv6 ready
  • Seamless cooperation with automation
  • QoS, VLAN, IGMP snooping
  • Cyber security

MXview's Live Topology Map for Easy Network Management

Moxa’s MXview industrial network management software is designed to analyze, monitor, configure, and troubleshoot remote network connections formed by Moxa’s managed Ethernet switches, wireless AP/bridge/client, and other SNMP networked devices for industrial automation. MXview visualizes the physical wiring map of your network via a simple, user-friendly web browser UI for remote management. You can easily track real-time network status, identify failure points quickly, and reduce the troubleshooting response time of complex and critical network operations with MXview.


• Automatic discovery of 2000 networked devices
• 2-layer live-view topology maps
• SNMP Inform for reliable event notification
• Centralized device configuration and firmware management
• Visualization for easy diagnosis and troubleshooting

Control over SNMP Devices from Your SCADA/HMI

Moxa's EDS-SNMP OPC Server Pro software uses OPC to convert SNMP traps into OPC tags that can be seamlessly integrated into OPC compatible HMI/SCADA systems. This powerful function allows you to link an HMI to the control network and act as a remote monitoring tool for network traffic and status.



Industrial Ethernet Resilience

Turbo Ring Technology

Moxa Turbo Ring is a proprietary self-healing technology that enables fast fault recovery of under 20 ms (at a full load of 250 switches). Turbo Ring supports three topology options--ring coupling, dual-ring, and dual homing--to reduce redundant network cabling and network planning costs and to ensure the high reliability of your industrial network applications.

Case Study

• Realize safe railway transport
• Oil pipeline project


• Constant availability
• Flexible ring topology
• Lower total cost of ownership


Turbo Chain Technology

Moxa's Turbo Chain is an innovative breakthrough that allows the creation of multiple redundant networks beyond the current limitations of redundant ring technology. Turbo Chain is easy to configure by linking two user-configured end ports within the same segment. Turbo Chain easily connects and extends existing redundant networks by enabling high network availability with its self-healing capability (recovery time < 20 ms). In addition, Turbo Chain supports standard IEEE 802.1w/D RSTP and STP protocols.

Compared with ring coupling solutions or a network redesign, Moxa Turbo Chain is more flexible and cost-efficient and has the potential to save a significant amount on development costs, time, effort, cabling, and Ethernet ports.

Case Study

• Highly available wide-ranging wayside network
• Remote monitoring and control for a windmill generator


• Flexible ring topology
• Unlimited network expansions
• Fast fault recovery
• Cost-effective configurations


Network Efficiency

IPv6-Ready for Future-Proof etworks

Moxa’s managed Ethernet switches have been certified as IPv6 ready by the global IPv6 Forum. They can support IPv6 and IPv4 dual stack service to offer better addressing and security for large networks to protect your future investments.


Seamless Cooperation with Automation

• Modbus/TCP for SCADA/HMI integration
• EtherNet/IP compatible Rockwell devices
• IEEE 1588 PTP for time synchronization


Network Efficiency: QoS, VLAN, IGMP Snooping

• Layer 3 switching for optimal data routing and transmission across networks (ICS-G7800A series, IKS-G6824A series, and EDS-828 series)
• IGMP snooping and GMRP for filtering multicast traffic
• IEEE 802.1Q VLAN and GVRP protocol for easy network planning
• QoS (IEEE 802.1p/1Q) and TOS/DiffServ for increased determinism
• RMON for efficient network monitoring and proactive
• Port Trunking for optimum bandwidth utilization
• IEEE 802.3ad, LACP for optimum bandwidth utilization
• Bandwidth management prevents unpredictable network status
• SNMPv1/v2c/v3 for different levels of network management
• DHCP Option 82 for IP address assignment with different policies
• Port mirroring for online debugging



Integrated Cyber Security

• Radius, TACACS+, IEEE 802.1X, HTTPS, and SSH for port-based authentication
• Lock port for only authorized MAC address access
• Automatic warning by exception through e-mail, relay output
• SNMPv3 security for SNMP encryption, message integrity and authentication.
• VPN/firewall/NAT for critical device protection