NETpower Network Interface Card Default

NETpower Network Interface Card Default
NETpower Network Interface Card
Default Settings, Useful Parameters, and Operational Notes
Rev. 1.0
2/21/2011
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NETpower Network Interface Card
Default Settings, Useful Parameters, and other notes
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Default IP address is: 192.168.1.254
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Default Username and Password is: dnpower / dnpower
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NETpower Device Manager web interface provides two interface options/”flavors”:
1. Regular Interface
All web pages are regular. It is compatible with any standard
web browsers. It does not require any additional plug-ins.
2. Advanced Interface
It provides more attractive user interface, such as graphical
meters for displaying UPS data, a calendar interface for setting
up UPS schedule.
Browser requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE 1.3 or later)
plug-in.
NOTE: When the NETpower card is initially accessed (and on every other page) the “Info” icon in the
upper-right corner of the page provides a link to the “Installation and Quick Start Manual For the
.NETpower Card/Box ” document.
The Regular Interface displays 6 tabs labeled: Home | Settings | Configuration | Log | Control | System
Regular Interface parameters:
To view and/or change these parameters:
UPS Firmware version
Input and Output line voltages, frequencies,
battery temperature and output load
SNMP Community and Trap
Shutdown Delay (1)
Outlets Shutdown Delay
UPS Events and Actions (2) (*)
Scheduled Tests & Power ON/OFF (3)
Event and Data Logs
UPS Shutdown and Reboot
UPS Self Test
System Settings
(IP address, DNS Server IP, SMTP Server IP)
Date, Time, Time Zone and Time Server Config
Firmware Upgrade
User Login and Password Maintenance
Go to this tab/link:
Regular Interface/Home/ Identification Information
Regular Interface/Home/ Measured Informataion
Regular Interface/Settings/ Network
Regular Interface/Settings/ Shutdown
Regular Interface/Settings/ Shutdown
Regular Interface/Configuration/ Event Actions
Regular Interface/Configuration/ Schedule
Regular Interface/ Log/ Event Log or Data Log
Regular Interface/Control/ Shutdown and Reboot
Regular Interface/Control/ Test
Regular Interface/System/Network/ TCP/IP-DNS-
SMTP Server Configuration
Regular Interface/System/ Date and Time
Regular Interface/ System/ Upgrade
Regular Interface/ System/ User
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Notes for Regular Interface:
(1) Factory default shutdown delays are the following:
• Shut Down System Delay: 30 seconds
• Outlet 1 Settings: 0 seconds
• Outlet 2 Settings: 0 seconds
(2) The UPS has 16 events for which an “action” can be configured using the Regular Interface.
These are found using: Regular Interface/Configuration/ Event Actions.
1. Power failure (*)
5. Communication lost
9. Battery bad
13. Test in progress
2. Power restore
6. Communication established 10. Battery replaced
14. Test completed
3. Battery low (*)
7. Output overload (*)
11. Shutdown started
15. Service started
4. Battery no longer low 8. Output overload solved
12. Shutdown completed 16. Service stopped
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To configure an Action, highlight the desired Event in the menu list and click the [Select]
button.
There are five configurable Actions for any Event:
Log
Broadcast network message
Send email
Page users
Shutdown
(*) ‘Shutdown’ action is enabled by factory default for the following critical events:
Power Failure ----- Shutdown delay: 300 seconds
Battery Low ----- Shutdown delay: 30 seconds
Output Overload -- Shutdown delay: 30 seconds
(3) The following 9 types of events can be scheduled using: Regular Interface/Configuration/ Schedule.
1. General System Test
2. Quick Battery Test
3. Deep Battery Test
4. Turn on ups
5. Turn off ups
6. Turn on outlet 1
7. Turn off outlet 1
8. Turn on outlet 2
9. Turn off outlet 2
Configurable parameters are: Date, Time, and Scheduled Interval.
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The Advanced Interface displays 5 tabs labeled: Home | Settings | Configuration | Log | Control
Advanced Interface parameters:
To view and/or change these parameters:
System Block Diagram (displays Input and Output line voltages,
frequencies, battery voltage, switch state, UPS
Model Number and Firmware Version.)
Go to this tab/link:
Advanced Interface/Home (leftmost icon on page-left)
Power Meter Display (displays Input and Output line voltages,
frequencies, battery temperature, and Load.)
Advanced Interface/Home (center icon on page-left)
Power Scope (displays chart of Input and Output Voltages and
Frequency versus Time.)
Advanced Interface/Home (rightmost icon on page-left)
SNMP Community and Trap
UPS and System Shutdown Delay
Outlet Shutdown Delay
UPS Events and Actions (1) (2)
Advanced Interface/Settings/Network
Advanced Interface/Settings/Shutdown
Advanced Interface/Settings/Outlet
Advanced Interface/Configuration/Event Actions
Advanced Interface/Configuration/Event Actions
Run a Command on an Event
Schedule UPS Test, Battery Test and UPS &
Outlets ON/OFF (3)
Event and Data Logs
Shutdown and Reboot UPS
UPS Self Test
Turn Outlets ON/OFF
(can be used to perform remote power reset
on connected systems)
/Action: Run command file
Advanced Interface/Configuration/Schedule
Advanced Interface/Log/Event Log or Data Log
Advanced Interface/Control/Control UPS
Advanced Interface/Control/Control UPS
Advanced Interface/Control/Control Outlet
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Notes for Advanced Interface:
(1) The UPS has 18 events for which an “action” can be configured using the Advanced Interface.
These are found using: Advanced Interface/Configuration/ Event Actions.
1. Power failure
2. Power restore
3. Battery low
4. Battery no longer low
5. Communication lost
6. Communication established
7. Output overload
8. Output overload solved
9. On Bypass
10. On Bypass Solved
11. Battery bad
12. Battery replaced
13. Shutdown started
14. Shutdown completed
15. Test in progress
16. Test completed
17. Service started
18. Service stopped
There are five configurable Actions for each Event listed above:
Log
Broadcast network message
Send email
Page users
Shutdown
(2) The Shutdown Action is enabled by factory default for the following critical Events:
Power Failure ----- Shutdown delay: 300 seconds
Battery Low ----- Shutdown delay: 30 seconds
Output Overload -- Shutdown delay: 30 seconds
(3) The following tasks can be scheduled on a Once, Daily, Weekly or Monthly basis:
General Test
Quick Battery Test
Turn ON UPS
Turn OFF UPS
Turn ON Outlet 1
Turn OFF Outlet 1
Turn ON Outlet 2
Turn OFF Outlet 2
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Useful Operational Notes:
1. To connect NETpower card directly to a PC for configuration purposes, use an Ethernet
crossover cable.
2. To detect NETpower cards on a LAN, run the “smconfig.exe” utility found on the CD.
The CD software can also be downloaded from the Marathon website:
http://marathon-power.com/EN/DownloadCenter/DownloadCenter.html
3. Default user login for NETpower card is: dnpower / dnpower
4. Root user login for NETpower card is: root /synso
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Access to menu driven configuration is via Telnet using default user login
6. To reset NETpower card to factory defaults, use Telnet and default user login. Select menu
option: r) Restore Default Configuration Data
7. Access to embedded system is via Telnet using root user login.
8. Embedded system uses BusyBox and the ‘ash’ shell. See: http://www.busybox.net/
9. The NETpower card can also be accessed via it’s MODEM port with either a modem or a serial
port on a PC. Configure the modem or serial port for 57600 bps, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop
bit, and no flow control. A connection to a PC would require a ‘null modem’ cable and a
terminal emulator program such as HyperTerminal.
10. The NETpower card version/build can be determined using the telnet interface. When you
telnet into the card as either default user or root user, you get a line that describes the version
of the card's software, as follows:
• “NETpower SNMP agent adapter Configuration v3.25b (Bootloader v2)” [when login by
default user]
• “Welcome to .NETpower SNMP agent v3.25b “ [when login by root user]
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