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SNMP/WEB InterfaceUPS SNMP CardInstallation and operating manualGB

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TABLE OF CONTENTS1. INTRODUCTION 41.1 Model Differences 41.2 Features 51.3 System Application 5ENGLISH2. FIRST INSTALLATION 62.1 First Installation 62.2 Trouble Shooting 63. CONFIGURATION 83.1 Configuring the SNMP/WEB Interface by EzSetting 83.2 Configuring the SNMP/WEB Interface throught COM Port 93.3 Configuring the SNMP/WEB Interface throught Telnet 93.4 Text Mode Configuration 103.5 User Manager 103.6 System Configuration 113.7 SNMPv1 Access Control 123.8 SNMP Trap 123.9 Time Server 123.10 Wake On LAN 133.11 Upgrade Firmware 133.12 Soft Restart 133.13 Reset All To Default 133.14 Exit Without Save 133.15 Save And Exit 134. MANAGING SNMP/WEB INTERFACE 144.1 Running the Web Browser Internet Explorer 144.2 UPS Shutdown Schedule 144.3 UPS Shutdown actions 144.4 Wake-on-Lan (WOL) 144.5 Email Notification 154.6 SNMP Access Control Setting 154.7 Updating UPS SNMP Device Firmware from Windows 155. SPECIFICATION 165.1 Technical Specification 165.2 PIN Assignment 165.3 DIP Switch Definition 165.4 LED Indicator 16- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 003

1. INTRODUCTION1.1 Model DifferencesThere are 2 models for SNMP card: One is SNMP/WEB Interface SNMP card with golden finger connector, the other one is miniSNMP card. Their outlines are as the following: SNMP/WEB Interface SNMP CardThere is an additional COM port forSNMP/WEB Interface SNMP card withgolden finger. This COM port is usedto do the configuration or connect to aenvironmental sensor box.1.1-1Network PortCOM PortDip Switch mini SNMP CardDue to the limitation of PC board size,mini SNMP card has no COM port;other than that, the other features areall the same.1.1-2Dip SwitchNetwork PortThe settings of Dip Switch are different, too. In the normal mode, SNMP/WEB Interface SNMP card needs to set the dipswitches to the OFF position but the mini SNMP card needs to set to the ON position.4- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 00

1. INTRODUCTION1.2 Features Network connection through RJ45 connectorAllows connection of the UPS directly to the ethernet network through a RJ45 connector without using RS232 ports on the computer and without loading any individual UPS management software on the network server. Network UPS managementAllows remote management of the UPS from any workstation through Internet or Intranet.ENGLISH Remote UPS monitoring via SNMP, HTTPAllows monitoring of the UPS using MIB (Management Information Base), Internet Browser. Configure UPS and system functions from any client (password protected)Set UPS and system parameters from any SNMP management station or through Internet Browsers using HTTP forms andobjects. Keep event logs & metering data in EEPROMProvides a history data of UPS power events, power quality, UPS status and battery condition. Multiple server shutdownThe shutdown software included provides automatic shutdown either pre-programmed by administrator or when critical powerevents. also Notification of users via SNMP Traps and e-mail through SMTP Network Time Protocol supported Telnet support for configuration BOOTP/DHCP supported NetBIOS Name Service supported MD5 HTTP security1.3 System ApplicationSNMP/WEB Interface is an interface between UPS and the network. It can obtain the status from a UPS and issue commands toit. SNMP/WEB Interface supports two kinds of protocol – SNMP and HTTP for user access. Through the SNMP NMS and WebBrowser, user can obtain the UPS status, issue commands to UPS and setting up SNMP/WEB Interface through the network.SNMP/WEB Interface also provides shutdown software for various OS. The shutdown software that runs under various OS can linkto SNMP/WEB Interface automatically through the network and communicate with SNMP/WEB Interface via SNMP protocol. Theshutdown software retrieves UPS information from SNMP/WEB Interface. Shutdown software will then proceed to the shutdownprocess in order to prevent the abnormal shutoff of host or server due to power events.1.3-1 System Application DiagramUPSSNMP/WEBInterfaceSNMP CardNMS Station orWeb BrowserPower lineEthernetShutdown S/WShutdown S/WShutdown S/WOperatingSystem 1OperatingSystem 2OperatingSystem N.- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 005

2. FIRST INSTALLATION2.1 First InstallationPlease check your network environment, if there is a BOOTP/DHCP server in your LAN then begin from step 1, otherwise startfrom step 9.1. Connect the SNMP/WEB Interface device in your LAN.2. Open the internet browser and link to the SNMP/WEB Interface device by typing the default host name “SNMP/WEB Interface”in the address edit box.3. Login as administrator with “admin” account and “password” for default password.4. Open the “User Manager” page to manage your accounts and passwords.5. There is a limitation in the “User Manager” page to restrict the login users to login in the same LAN or not. Select “Only in ThisLAN” option to restrict this login account can only login in the same LAN with the SNMP card, selecting “Allow Any” allows thisaccount to login from anywhere.6. Switch to the “System Configuration” page and change the default Host Name.7. Configure the IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP for SNMP/WEB Interface device. If there is no DNS server then you need toassign IP address for mail server if you want to be notified e-mail.8. We recommend you to disable the BOOTP/DHCP option and assign a valid static IP address.9. Open the “Time Server” page to synchronize the SNMP/WEB Interface device and time server. Please refer to next section onhow to construct your SNTP server.If you have no BOOTP/DHCP server in your LAN then follow belows:10. Make sure both of the SNMP/WEB Interface device and your workstation are in the same LAN.11. Open EzSetting from CD, and refer to next chapter for configuring SNMP/WEB Interface by EzSetting.12. You need to change the Host Name, IP Address, 13. Because there is no BOOTP/DHCP server in your network environment, you need to disable BOOTP/DHCP option in the SystemConfiguration group.14. Please refer to next Chapter “Configuring the SNMP/WEB Interface by EzSetting” section for more detail information on configuring the SNMP/WEB Interface in an easy way.2.2 Trouble Shooting1. How to provide a SNTP(Simple Network Timer Protocol) server for SNMP/WEB Interface?Answer: Install the “Simple TCP/IP Services” of “Networking Services” from “Add/Remove Windows Components”. You mayneed a Windows CD while installing.Don’t forget to provide the IP address of the host in the Time Server page.2. How to make sure the network connection is established between my workstation and SNMP/WEB Interface?Answer: Check the networking connection by typing the following command “ping HostName or IP” from your workstation.3. In the browser, I can see the “Login” page but cannot login?Answer: Please check the IP addresses of the SNMPcard and the PC which you try to login. If both ofthe IP addresses are not in the same LAN thenplease run the EzSetting utility to configure theUser Limitation to Allow Any.6- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 002.2-1 System Application Diagram

2. FIRST INSTALLATION4. How to refresh the NetBIOS table in Windows operating system?Answer: Sometimes the IP address of SNMP/WEB Interface will be changed but keep the same host name, although Windowswill update its NetBIOS table periodically but we can force it to purge its cache immediately by typing the followingcommand “nbtstat -R. After that you can connect to the SNMP/WEB Interface by its host name.5. How to get the IP address and MAC address from my computer?Answer: In Windows system, please type “ipconfig /all” in DOS prompt. For Unix system please use “ifconfig” in the shell.ENGLISH6. Unable to ping or connect to the adapter.Answer: 1. Check all network con nections.2. Ensure that your PC and the SNMP/WEB Interface are on the same network segment. (If you don't have a router,this must be true.)3. It may be that your "arp table" contains invalid entries. You can clear the "arp table" by rebooting, or by typing thefollowing command at the command prompt or Run dialog box.: arp -d4. You can connect to the SNMP/WEB Interface ONLY if your PC and the SNMP/WEB Interface are using IP Addressesfrom the same address block. Normally, private LANs use IP Addresses from ONE of the following blocks, which arereserved for this purpose:10.0.0.0 10.255.255.255172.16.0.0 172.31.255.255192.168.0.0 192.168.255.255The SNMP/WEB Interface's default IP address (192.168.1.100) is from the last block. If your LAN is using a differentaddress block, then you will NOT be able to con nect to the UPS Adapter via the LAN.In this case, your choices are: Use Terminal Mode configuration to set the SNMP/WEB Interface's IP Address. Use the TCP/IP arp utility to provide a (temporary) IP Address to the SNMP/WEB Interface. Change your PC's IP Address to allow connection via the LAN.7. Unable to perform SNMP get operations.Answer: Check the SNMP settings stored in the SNMP/WEB Interface. The IP Address of the PC you are using must be enteredin one of the SNMP Access Control NMS IP fields, with Read or Read/Write permission. The Community String on thePC and SNMP/WEB Interface must match.8. Unable to perform SNMP set operations.Answer: Check the SNMP settings stored in the SNMP/WEB Interface. The IP Address of the PC you are using must be enteredin one of the SNMP Access Control NMS IP fields, with Read/Write permission. The Community String on the PC andUPS Adapter must match.9. Unable to receive traps at your management station.Answer: Check the SNMP Trap settings in the SNMP/WEB Interface. The IP Address of the PC you are using must be entered inone of the Target IP fields. The Community String on the PC and SNMP/WEB Interface must match.10. Forget the administrator’s account and password.Answer: Connect the configuration cable in console port and set both of the DIP-switches of SNMP/WEB Interface to ON position(configuration mode) and key in the “rstadmin” while the account and password are prompted in 30 seconds. Nowthe account and password of administrator are reset to default values.- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 007

3. CONFIGURATIONThe easiest way to configure the SNMP/WEB Interface is running EzSetting, you can find the software in the CD. Please see belowsub-section for more information.If you have configured the essential network parameters successfully, you can launch the internet browser or telnet to the devicewhich you just assigned to do detail configuration. The first thing is to open the User Manager page and change your accounts andpasswords.3.1 Configuring the SNMP/WEB Interface by EzSetting1. Prepare a workstation (Microsoft Windows 9x, Me, NT4.0, 2000, 2003, XP or later installed).2. Make sure both the DIP-switches of SNMP/WEB Interface to OFF position (default: normal mode) to enable network transmission.3. Make sure the workstation and SNMP/WEB Interface device are in the same LAN.4. Put the provided CD in the CD-ROM drive and find the SNMP/WEB Interface EzSetting then launch it.5. Press the Discover button to search allof the UPS in the LAN. All of the UPSSNMP DEVICE will be listed in theDevice List. (See 3.1-1)If you want to search the SNMP/WEBInterface devices in a different domainnetwork, just change the subnet andsubnet mask addresses then press theDiscover button to list them.1. Preparea workstation (Microsoft Windows 9x,Me, NT4.0, 2000, 2003, XP or laterinstalled).3.1-1 EzSetting screen.3.1-2 Provide the account and password.6. If the SNMP/WEB Interface device cannot be found, check the networkingport UDP 3456 in the OS. Open it if itis blocked.7. Select the device in the device list toconfigure the network parameters thenpress the Modify button to provide youraccount and password. The defaultaccount and password are admin andpassword. (See 3.1-2)8- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 00

3. CONFIGURATION3.1-3C onfigure the system parameters.ENGLISH8. Click on the Configuration button andsetup the essential network parameters. (See 3.1-3)3.2 Configuring the SNMP/WEB Interface throught COM Port1. Prepare a workstation (Microsoft Windows 9x, Me, NT4.0, 2000, 2003, XP or later installed).2. Use the RJ45 to DB9 serial cable that provided from package connect between the SNMP/WEB Interface COM port and theCOM port on the workstation.3. Set both the DIP-switches of the SNMP/WEB Interface device to OFF position (normal mode).4. From the workstation running Microsoft Windows (9x, Me, NT4.0, 2000, 2003, XP or later,), and click on the HyperTerminal iconof the accessory programs group.5. Enter a name and choose an icon for the connection.6. Select direct COM port connection.7. Setup the COM port parameters - 2400 bps, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit and no flow control.8. Set both the DIP-switches of the SNMP/WEB Interface to ON position (configuration mode). Messages will then are displayedon the screen; afterwards, key in the administrator account (default account is admin) and password (default password ispassword). The SNMP/WEB Interface configuration utility main menu will be displayed on the screen. Please refer to the TextMode Configuration section for more information.3.3 Configuring the SNMP/WEB Interface throught Telnet1. Connect the SNMP/WEB Interface to the network.2. Prepare a workstation (Microsoft Window, Max OSX or Linux installed) which is connected to the same LAN.3. Make sure both the DIP-switches of the SNMP/WEB Interface to OFF position (normal mode).4. From the Windows workstation running DOS Prompt and type “telnet HostName or IP” to open the telnet connection with SNMP/WEB Interface. For other operating system user, please run the OS shell and type the same command as in the DOS prompt.5. Messages will then are displayed on the screen; afterwards, key in the administrator account (default account is admin) andpassword (default password is password). The SNMP/WEB Interface configuration main menu will be displayed on the screen.Please refer to the Text Mode Configuration section for more information.Note: SNMP/WEB Interface will terminate the telnet connection if there is no data transmittion in 1 minute.- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 009

3. CONFIGURATION3.4 Text Mode Configuration3.4-1 SNMP/WEB Interface Main menu.UPS Web Card Main MenuUPS Web Version 1.0[1] . User Manager[2] . System Configuration[3] . SNMP Access Control[4] . SNMP Trap[5] . Time Server[6] . Mail Server[7] . Wake On LAN[8] . Upgrade Firmware[9] . Soft Restart[a] . Reset All To Default[b] . Reset Hub To Default[z] . Exit Without Save[0] . Save And ExitPlease Enter Your Choice 13.5 User Manager3.1-5SNMP/WEB Interface User Manager menu.User ManagerAdministrator[1] . Account:admin[2] . Password:********[3] . Limitation:Only in This LANDevice Manager[4] . Account:device[5] . Password:********[6] . Limitation:Only in This LANRead Only User[7] . Account:user[8] . Password:********[9] . Limitation:Limitation: Only in This LAN[0] . Back to Previous MenuPlease Enter Your Choice 10No.FunctionDescriptionDefault1.Administrator AccountAdministrator PasswordAdministrator gets the whole rights to modify the SNMP/WEBInterface and UPS setting“admin”2.3.Administrator LimitationRestrict login area of the administrator userOnly this LAN4.Device Account5.Device PasswordDevice Manager is permitted to changethe network setting buthas the ability to configure the UPS settings.“password”6.Device LimitationRestrict login area of the device managerOnly this LAN7.User Account8.User Password9.User LimitationRead Only User can observe the UPS information only.Restrict login area of the general user- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB Only this LAN

3. CONFIGURATION3.6 System Configuration3.6-1 System Configuration menu.System 3161162SNMP/WEB InterfaceENGLISH[1] . IP Address:[2] . Subnet Mask:[3] . Gateway IP:[4] . DNS IP:[5] . BOOTP/DHCP Client:[6] . HTTP Server:[7] . Telnet Server:[8] . FTP Server:[9] . HTTP Server Port:[a] . Telnet Server Port:[b] . SNMP Get,Set Port:[c] . SNMP Trap Port:[d] . Host Name(NetBIOS):[e] . System Contactor:[ f ] . System Location:[g] . Status Stable:[0] . Back To Previous Menu3Please Enter Your Choice No.FunctionDescriptionDefault1.IP AddressThe SNMP/WEB Interface IP address.192.168.001.1002.Subnet MaskThe sub-net m ask setting.255.255. 255.0003.Gateway IPThe network default gateway.192.168.001.2544.DNS IPDomain Name Server IP address192.168.001.0015.BOOTP/DHCP ClientEnable/Disable BOOTP/DHCP protocolEnable6.HTTP ServerEnable/Disable HTTP protocolEnable7.Telnet ServerEnable/Disable telnet protocolEnable8.FTP ServerEnable/Disable FTP protocolFor batch configuration purposeEnable9.HTTP Server PortHTTP networking port80a.Telnet Server PortTelnet networking port23b.SNMP Get,Set PortSNMP polling and response port161c.SNMP Trap PortSNMP trap port162d.Host Name(NetBIOS)Host name for WindowsSNMP/WEB Interfacee.System ContactorAlphanumeric stringf.System LocationAlphanumeric stringg.Status StableStatus change confirmation check time3- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 0011

3. CONFIGURATION3.7 SNMPv1 Access ControlIf you wish to use a workstation withSNMP Manager installed, or if you wish toset more restrictive SNMP/WEB Interfaceaccess, you can use the access table toadd the IP address of the PC’s on whichyou wish to modify the access permissions. (Figure 3.7-1).The index 01 is a special design for allread only workstations. SNMP/WEBInterface checks community string first toidentify the incoming packet is read onlyor not. If they are identical then SNMP/WEB Interface responses the inquiringvalue.3.7-1SNMP Access Table.SNMP Access TableIndexNMS IP[1] 01Other SNMP NMSs[2] 02172.016.176.141[3] 03000.000.000.000[4] 04000.000.000.000[5] 05000.000.000.000[6] 06000.000.000.000[7] 07000.000.000.000[8] 08000.000.000.000[0] . Back to Previous MenuCommunitypublicSNMP/WEB InterfaceNot AccessNot AccessNot AccessNot AccessNot AccessNot AccessPermissionRead OnlyRead/WritePlease Enter Your Choice 3.8 SNMP TrapIf you want to use a PC and perform theSNMP manager ‘trap’ function in orderto manage UPS through SNMP/WEBInterface, the IP address of the PC mustbe added to the SNMP Trap list.The Event Level field is used to decidewhat kind of power events should be sendto the target address. There are 3 levelsof power events: Information, Warningand Severity. If you select the Informationthen all of the power events will be sendto the target IP address, warning level willsend the Warning and Severity events tothe target address.3.8-1SNMP Trap.SNMP TrapIndexTarget 00.000.000[7]000.000.000.000[8]000.000.000.000[0] . Back to Previous MenuCommunitySNMP/WEB InterfaceprivatepublicNoneNoneNoneNoneNonePlease Enter Your Choice 3.9 Time ServerThere are 2 ways to provide current timeand date to SNMP/WEB Interface, one isset the system time manual but it is notan ideal way. If the SNMP/WEB Interfacecard is removed, data and time settingswill be lost.The other one and ideal way is setup atime server for SNMP/WEB Interface,SNMP/WEB Interface supports SNTPwhich MS Windows XP has been supported.Instead of that, you need to install theSimple TCP/IP Services from Add/Remove Windows Components.12- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 003.9-1Time Server.Time Server[1] . Time Selection:SNTP[2] . Time Zone:-8 hr[3] .1st Time Server:172.016.176.141[4] . 2nd Time Server:jesse-tri[5] . Manual Date:01/01/2000 (MM/DD/YYYY)[6] . Manual Time:00:00:00 (hh:mm:ss)[0] . Back to Previous MenuPlease Enter Your Choice Event LevelInformationWarningSeverity

3. CONFIGURATION3.10 Wake On LAN3.10-1 Setting Trap Receivers.Wake On LANIndexMAC 00-00-00-00-00-00[0] . Back to Previous MenuDelay001000000000000000000000Trigger Conditions(Power Restore) (System Startup)ENGLISHSNMP/WEB Interface supports themagic packet to wakeup workstationsin 2 conditions: power restore or systemstartup with a delay time.Please Enter Your Choice 3.11 Upgrade FirmwareSNMP/WEB Interface supports TFTPClient protocol for upgrading new versionfirmware. You need a TFTP server or justrun the EzSetting in the CD to upgradethe firmware.3.11-1 Upgrade Firmware.Upgrade Firmware[1] . TFTP Server IP: 172.016.176.141[2] . Upgrade Now[0] . Back to Previous MenuPlease Enter Your Choice 3.12 Soft RestartSimply restart the SNMP/WEB Interface.3.13 Reset All To DefaultClear all of the settings in EEPROM.3.14 Exit Without SaveExit and disregard the changes.3.15 Save And ExitPreserve your changes in EEPROM and exit.- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 0013

4. MANAGING SNMP/WEB INTERFACE4.1 Running the Web Browser Internet Explorer1. Make sure that you have a TCP/IP network already installed.2. If there is no DHCP network service on the network, contact your network administrator to get an IP address for you workstationthat has the same network’s address as the SNMP/WEB Interface IP address. The default IP address of SNMP/WEB Interfaceis 192.168.1.100.3. Start your Web Browser. Enter the URL “http://host name” or “http://ip address” in the address box. The SNMP/WEB Interfacewill then ask for your account and password, input the correct account and password then UPS management Web home pagewill be shown on the screen.4. If the Login web page can be displayed but unable to login with the correct account and password. The reason may caused bythe IP address where you login is different with the SNMP card IP address, please refer to Chapter2 Trouble Shooting.Note: SNMP/WEB Interface will logout user automatically if there is no data transmittion through HTTP connection more than 30minutes.4.2 UPS Shutdown ScheduleSNMP/WEB Interface device supports two kinds of shutdown schedule – (1) Weekly Schedule; (2) Special Day Schedule. Set bothof these options to plan your UPS schedule shutdown and restart time.If your SNMP/WEB Interface device needs to work with shutdown software to protect your servers which are powered by the UPSand you want to control the schedule shutdown and restart from SNMP/WEB Interface device then please visit the Configure pageand enable the “Schedule” option.Note: Before managing the UPS Shutdown Schedule, please make sure that the Date and Time configured in SNMP/WEBInterface is correct.4.3 UPS Shutdown actionsSNMP/WEB Interface responds to 6 different kinds of UPS shutdown events (AC failed, Battery Low , UPS overload, UPS overtemperature, On ByPass, Imminent Stop). Go to the Configure in the UPS Management menu. Logging in as an Administrator. Setthe options in UPS Shutdown Action section then press the Submit button. To test the configuration, please use the test section tosimulate the power fail and the power restore event.Note: Once SNMP/WEB Interface detects there is at least one shutdown software running, the event-driven shutdownwould be canceled.4.4 Wake-on-Lan (WOL)The Wake-on-Lane feature allows the administrator to remotly power up all sleeping machines configured once a system start-upor a power restore event occurs. Please check the BIOS settings and enable WOL option. Then go to the Wake On LAN page inthe Network menu. Please note that this feature should only available for the servers in the same LAN with SNMP/WEB Interfacedevice.14- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 00

4. MANAGING SNMP/WEB INTERFACE4.5 Email NotificationThis page describing of UPS email notification setting to let administrator configure Mail server and Mail receivers in order to receivenotification or report from SNMP/WEB Interface by email once power event was occurred.1. SMTP Server Name or IPENGLISHThis item is the Hostname of a SMTP Mail Server that will be used to send email messages from the SNMP/WEB Interface. Ifentering a Hostname, you are also required to enter the DNS IP in the System Configuration.2. Sender Mail AddressThis item is the e-mail sender address in the following format: [email protected] PasswordThis item is the password of Mail Server. Default has no entry, and only required if Mail Server needed for authentication to sendmail.4. ReceiverThis column is for entering the email address of the individual you wish the SNMP/WEB Interface to send mail to.5. Event LevelThis item is for selecting the Severity level of notification you wish to send to each Mail Receiver configured to be sent Mail Type:Events or Events/Status.4.6 SNMP Access Control SettingSNMP/WEB Interface supports SNMP protocol. You can use SNMP NMS to manage UPS through the network. The IP addressof the workstation must be entered in the SNMP/WEB Interface write access table to prevent unauthorized users from configuringSNMP/WEB Interface via SN MP protocols.4.7 Updating UPS SNMP Device Firmware from WindowsTo perform firmware upgrade, use the EzSetting.exe program on the CD-ROM. This program is compatible with Windows operatingsystem.1. Device List: Displays the addresses ofthe UPS SNMP DEVICE present in thelocal network.4.7-1 2. Discover: Search for the SNMP/WEBInterface devices in the local network.3. Add: Lets you add the IP address of anUPS to the Device List manually.4. Modify: Lets you modify the parameters of the device selected in the DeviceList.5. Remove: Removes the selected devicefrom the Device List.6. Configuration: Provides an easy wayto do the initial configuration throughnetworking UDP port 3456. If youcannot get the device information pleasecheck and open the UDP port from yourOS.7. Upgrade: Sends the program loadedwith the Browse button to the selecteddevice of the Device List.- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 0015

5. SPECIFICATION5.1 Technical SpecificationNetwork ConnectionRJ-45 jack connectorOperating Temperature0 40 COperating Humidity10 80 %Power Input9 24V DCPower Consumption1 Watt MaximumSize130 mm x 60 mm (L x W)Weight58 g5.2 PIN AssignmentBottom SideComponent SidePin 1GNDPin 2DC (9-24V)Pin 3Txd UPSPin 4Rxd UPSPin 5NCPin 6NCPin 7NCPin 8NCPin 9NCPin 10NCPin 11 25NCPin 12 26NC5.3 DIP Switch DefinitionGolden finger SNMP card:No.SW1SW2Function Mode1.ONONConsole Configuration Mode2.ONOFFFor Environmental Sensor3.OFFONPass Through Mode4.OFFOFFNormal ModeMini SNMP card:No.SW1SW2Function Mode1.ONONSNMP Normal Mode, the UPS doesn’t response to its RS232 port2.OFFOFFSNMP Stop Mode, PC can communicate with the UPS through its RS232 port5.4 LED Indicator16No.Yellow LEDGreen LEDFunction Mode1.Flashing (0.2 sec)ONNormal operation2.Flashing (1 sec)ONUPS Disconnect3.---OFFHardware or network error- Ref.: IOMNETRTXX02-GB 00

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7. Unable to perform SNMP get operations. Answer: Check the SNMP settings stored in the SNMP/WEB Interface. The IP Address of the PC you are using must be entered in one of the SNMP Access Control NMS IP fields, with Read or Read/Write permission. The Community String on the PC and SNMP/WEB Interface must