USER MANUAL

USER MANUAL
USER MANUAL
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY
USNETMA204
Network Adapter for UPS
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing our product.
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The accessories described in this manual are of the highest quality, carefully
designed and built in order to ensure excellent performance.
This manual contains detailed instructions on how to install and use the product.
This manual must be stored in a safe place and CONSULTED BEFORE USING
THE DEVICE for proper usage instructions as well as maximum performance
from the device itself.
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and may not faithfully demonstrate the parts of the product they represent.
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Warning
Indicates important information that must not be ignored.
Information
Provides notes and useful suggestions for the User.
SAFETY
This part of the manual contains SAFETY precautions that must be followed
scrupulously.
The device has been designed for professional use and is therefore not
suitable for use in the home.
The device has been designed to operate only in closed environments. It
should be installed in rooms where there are no inflammable liquids, gas or
other harmful substances.
Take care that no water or liquids and/or foreign bodies fall into the device.
In the event of a fault and/or impaired operation of the device, do not attempt
to repair it but contact the authorized service centre.
The device must be used exclusively for the purpose for which it was
designed. Any other use is to be considered improper and as such dangerous.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage caused by improper,
wrong and unreasonable use.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Our company devotes abundant resources to analysing environmental aspects in the
development of its products. All our products pursue the objectives defined in the
environmental management system developed by the company in compliance with
applicable standards.
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Hazardous materials such as CFCs, HCFCs or asbestos have not been used in this
product.
When evaluating packaging, the choice of material has been made favouring
recyclable materials.
Please separate the different material of which the packaging is made and dispose of
all material in compliance with applicable standards in the country in which the
product is used.
DISPOSING OF THE PRODUCT
The device contains internal material which (in case of dismantling/disposal) are
considered TOXIC, such as electronic circuit boards. Treat these materials according
to the laws in force, contacting qualified centres. Proper disposal contributes to
respect for the environment and human health.
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The manufacturer reserves the right to change the product described at any time without prior
notice for improvement purposes.
CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION
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OVERVIEW
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
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FRONT PANEL
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NETWORK PORT
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MICRO-USB PORT
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SERIAL PORT
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LED
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RESET BUTTON
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USERS
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NETWORK SERVICES
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SSH
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SERIAL NETWORK
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WAKE-ON-LAN
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HTTP
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SNMP
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UDP
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MODBUS
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FTP
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EMAIL
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REPORTS
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UPS VALUES AND EVENTS HISTORY LOG ARCHIVE
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EVENTLOG
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DATALOG
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ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS (OPTIONAL)
AVAILABLE SENSORS
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INSTALLATION
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CONFIGURATION
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OVERVIEW
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CONFIGURATION VIA HTTPS
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CONFIGURATION VIA USB
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CONFIGURATION VIA SSH
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CONFIGURATION VIA SSH OR USB: MENU DESCRIPTION
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START MENU
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SETUP MENU
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IP CONFIG MENU
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TIME SETTING MENU
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SCHEDULED NTP MENU
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UPS CONFIG MENU
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SERVICES 1 MENU
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SNMPV1 CONFIG MENU
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SNMPV1 COMMUNITY MENU
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EMAIL CONFIG MENU
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EMAIL LOGIC MENU
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MISCELLANEOUS MENU
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ACTIVATION 1 MENU
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SERVICES 2 MENU
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WAKE-ON-LAN ADDRESS MENU
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WAKE-ON-LAN DELAY MENU
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ACTIVATION 2 MENU
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SENSORS CONFIG MENU
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I/O SENSORS MENU
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SECURITY MENU
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SAVE AND LOAD MENU
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EXPERT MODE
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CONFIGURATION OF SEVERAL DEVICES
FIRMWARE UPGRADE
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FIRMWARE UPGRADE VIA HTTP
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FIRMWARE UPGRADE VIA FTP
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SNMPV3 CONFIGURATION
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MODBUS TCP/IP PROTOCOL
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TECHNICAL DATA
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NETWORK CABLE
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OPERATING AND STORAGE CONDITIONS
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DESCRIPTION
OVERVIEW
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NetMan 204 is a device that allows UPS management through a LAN (Local Area Network);
the accessory supports all the main network protocols (SNMP v1 and v3, TCP/IP, HTTP and
so on) and is compatible with Ethernet 10/100Mbps IPv4/6 networks. The UPS can therefore
be integrated easily into medium and large-sized networks.
The device also records UPS values and events in the history log archive and can manage
optional environmental sensors (not supplied with the device, but provided separately)
PACKAGE CONTENTS
NetMan 204
USB cable
CD-Rom (User manual)
Quick start
FRONT PANEL
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A: Network port
B: Led
C: Reset button
D: Micro-USB port
E: Serial port
Network port
NetMan 204 connects to 10/100 Mbps Ethernet networks by means of connector RJ45. The
LEDs built into the connector describe the status of the network:
• Left LED:
SOLID YELLOW: NetMan204 has detected a valid link.
FLASHING YELLOW: NetMan204 is receiving or transmitting data packets.
• Right LED
SOLID GREEN: NetMan204 is connected to a network operating at 100 Megabits per
second.
Micro-USB port
NetMan 204 makes available an USB communication port through which it is possible to
configure it (see paragraph “Configuration via USB”).
Serial port
NetMan 204 makes available a serial communication port to which you can connect
environmental sensors (not supplied with the device, but provided separately) or a modem
(not supplied with the device) for UPS teleservice.
Led
This led describes the status of NetMan 204:
• SOLID RED: NetMan 204 is not communicating with the UPS (verify PRTK Code).
• FLASHING RED: the DHCP server does not have assigned a valid IP address to
NetMan 204.
• OFF: regular working.
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Reset button
The reset button allows to restart the NetMan204 or to load a default configuration with a
predefined static IP address.
To reset NetMan204: keep press the reset button until the red led start flashing (ca. 2
seconds) and then release it.
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To load a configuration with predefined static IP address: keep press the reset button;
first the led starts flashing, then turns to solid red (ca. 10 seconds). When the led is solid red,
release the reset button and the NetMan 204 will reboot with:
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IP address:
192.168.0.204
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Netmask:
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SSH service enabled
•
HTTP service enabled
255.255.0.0
HTTP and SSH service are enabled temporarily without changing the configuration
saved in non-volatile memory.
USERS
It is possible to access to NetMan 204 with three different users (admin / fwupgrade / user).
Username
Default password
Privileges
admin
admin
user with right to modify the configuration
fwupgrade
fwupgrade
user with right to upgrade the firmware
user
user
user with right to read and download the log files
NETWORK SERVICES
NetMan 204 implements a series of services based on the main network protocols. These
services can be activated or deactivated according to requirements (see paragraph
“Configuration”). A brief description for each of these is given below.
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SSH
By means of a SSH client (available on all the main operating systems) a remote connection
with NetMan 204 can be established to change its configuration (see paragraph
“Configuration via SSH”).
Serial network
To emulate a point-to-point serial connection through the network (TCP/IP protocol) in order
to use special function service software.
Wake-on-LAN
NetMan 204 can send “Wake-on-LAN” command for remote computers boot.
HTTP
Using the HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol), is possible to configure the NetMan 204 and
the status of the UPS can be monitored by means of a web browser without having to install
additional software. All the most popular web browsers are supported.
SNMP
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a communication protocol that allows a
client (manager) to make requests to a server (agent). NetMan 204 is an SNMP agent.
To exchange information, manager and agent use an addressing technique called MIB
(Management Information Base). There is a MIB file for each agent, defining which variables
can be requested and the respective access rights. The agent can also send messages
(TRAP) without a prior request from the manager, to inform the latter of particularly important
events. SNMPv3 is the evolution of SNMP and introduces new important features related to
security. (See paragraph “SNMPv3”).
UDP
UDP (User Datagram Protocol) is a low level network protocol that guarantees speed in the
exchange of data and low network congestion. It is the protocol used by the UPSMon
software for monitoring and control of the UPS.
The UDP connection uses the UDP 33000 port by default but can be configured on other
ports according to requirements.
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Modbus
The UPS status can be monitored by means of the standard network protocol MODBUS
TCP/IP. This service is always active on the TCP port 502. The supported function are listed
on section “Modbus TCP/IP protocol”, together with the accessible registers.
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FTP
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a network protocol used for file exchange. NetMan 204 uses
this protocol for:
1.
download of files of the UPS values and events history log archive (Datalog and
Eventlog);
2.
download and upload of configuration files;
3.
firmware upgrade.
In both cases a client FTP is required, configured with these parameters:
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Host: hostname or NetMan 204 IP address;
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User: see chapter “Users”;
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Password: current password.
The connection can also be established using a web browser (all the most popular web
browsers are supported), by inserting the hostname or IP address of the NetMan 204.
Email
NetMan 204 can send a notification e-mail if one or more alarm conditions occur. The e-mails
can be sent to up to three recipients and they can be sent for seven different kinds of alarm.
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is the protocol used to send the e-mails. They are sent
to an SMTP server on port 25. For more details, see paragraph “Configuration”
Reports
NetMan 204 can send periodic e-mails with an attachment containing the files of the UPS
values and events history log archive.
This service can be used to periodically save the history log archives.
The “Email” service must be enabled in order to send reports; the reports are sent to all the
addresses configured for this service (for more details see paragraph “Configuration”).
UPS VALUES AND EVENTS HISTORY LOG ARCHIVE
NetMan 204 records the UPS values (Datalog) and events (Eventlog) in a history log archive.
The data are saved to file in text format.
The format used to record the date and time is of the type: YY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS
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Eventlog
The Eventlog service is always active and records all relevant UPS events in the ‘event.log’
file. The file can be downloaded via FTP or sent by e-mail using the “Email report” service.
The data are saved in circular list mode, thus the most recent data are saved by overwriting
the oldest data.
Datalog
The Datalog service records the main data of the UPS in the ‘data.log’ file. The file can be
downloaded via FTP or can be sent by e-mail using the “Email report” service. The following
data are monitored:
• Input voltage phase 1
• Input voltage phase 2
• Input voltage phase 3
• Input frequency
• Output voltage phase 1
• Output voltage phase 2
• Output voltage phase 3
• Load on phase 1
• Load on phase 2
• Load on phase 3
The interval of time between one recording and the next (Log frequency) can be configured
by the user (see paragraph “Miscellaneous Menu”). The data are saved in circular list mode,
thus the most recent data are saved by overwriting the oldest data. Data for up to 256
different points of time can be recorded.
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ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS (OPTIONAL)
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Is possibile to connect to NetMan 204 the environmental sensors for monitoring temperature,
humidity and digital input/output.
The information provided by these sensors can be showed with the UPS monitoring and
control software or with a web browser (the HTTP service must be active).
The values provided by the sensors may also be requested with SNMP according to the RFC
3433 standard (MIB files in the bundled CD).
Available sensors
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•
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Temperature: detects the environmental temperature in °C.
Humidity & Temperature: detects the relative humidity in % and the environmental
temperature in °C.
Digital I/O & Temperature: detects the environmental temperature in °C and
features a digital input and a digital output.
It is possible to connect up to 3 environmental sensor to a NetMan 204 (for sensor
installation please see the sensors’ manual).
INSTALLATION
1.
Remove the cover of the UPS expansion slot by removing the two retaining screws.
2.
Insert NetMan 204 in the slot.
3.
Secure Netman 204 in the slot using the two screws removed previously.
4.
Connect the device to the network by means of connector RJ-45 (see “Specifications
for the cabling of the network cable”)
CONFIGURATION
OVERVIEW
NetMan 204 can be configured via USB, via SSH or via HTTPS.
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NetMan204 comes provided as factory default with DHCP enabled and with the
following services active: SSH, HTTP, SNMP, UDP and FTP.
In order to change the configuration of NetMan 204, you have to log in as admin
(default password “admin”).
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NetMan 204 needs approx. 2 minutes to become operational from when it is
powered up or after a reboot; before this time the device may not respond to
commands that are sent to it.
Configuration via HTTPS
In order to change the configuration via https, you have to insert in your web browser the
hostname or IP address of the NetMan204 and then log in as admin (default password:
"admin").
The HTTP service uses TLS (transport layer security) in order to provide
cryptographic security. However, the certificate used is self-signed and therefore the
web browser may prompt a security alert; in this case you can ignore the alert and
proceed with the configuration of NetMan204.
Once login has been effected, you can browse through the menus to configure the NetMan
204.
In order to make a new configuration effective, it is necessary to confirm it (OK button for
each configuration page changed) and then reboot the NetMan 204 (as required with a
pop-up by your web browser).
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Configuration via USB
To configure NetMan 204 via USB it is necessary to:
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connect, with the USB cable provided, the micro-USB port with the USB port of a PC
with Windows operating system;
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if not previously installed, install the USB driver present in the bundled CD (after
driver installation, a virtual COM named “NetMan 204 Serial” will be present in device
manager);
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execute a terminal emulation program with the following settings: 115200 baud, no
parity, 8 databits, 1 stop bit, no flow control;
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press the “Enter” key of the PC;
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at the login prompt, enter “admin”;
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at the password prompt, enter the current password (default password: "admin").
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During password’s typing, no character is shown.
Once login has been effected, the screen of the start menu is displayed. From this screen it
is possible to access the various menus to change NetMan 204 settings (see paragraph
“Start menu” and following paragraphs).
Configuration via SSH
To configure NetMan 204 via SSH it is necessary to:
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execute a SSH client on a PC connected in a network to NetMan 204 set with the IP
address of the device to be configured;
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at the login prompt, enter “admin”;
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at the password prompt, enter the current password (default password: "admin").
During password’s typing, no character is shown.
Once login has been effected, the screen of the start menu is displayed. From this screen it
is possible to access the various menus to change NetMan 204 settings (see paragraph
“Start menu” and following paragraphs).
CONFIGURATION VIA SSH OR USB: MENU DESCRIPTION
In order to make a new configuration effective, it is necessary to save it in the flash
memory; this action automatically reboot the NetMan 204 (refer to “Menu Save and load”).
Start menu
Once login has been effected via SSH or USB, a screen like the following is displayed:
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/
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Netman 204
/
/
/
Setup..........:<
View status....:
Change password:
Service log....:
Expert mode....:
Press [ESC] for logout
SysVer. 1.0
AppVer. 01.00.000
Function
Description
Setup
To enter main configuration menu
View status
To see the status of the device
Change password
To modify the password
Service log
To generate a log file of the card (when requested by the service)
Expert mode
To enter Expert mode (more information at paragraph “Expert mode”)
To move within this menu and the following menus, use the keys as described in the
following table; the arrow or the cursor shows the current selection.
Key
Function
Direction keys (Arrow up, down, right,
To move the cursor within the menus
left)
Tab
Goes on to next option
Enter (1)
Choice of submenu
Confirmation of characters entered
Esc
(1)
Exit main menu (2)
Return to previous menu
(1)
(2)
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Some keys can have a different function depending on the menu.
To exit from a menu a confirmation (‘Y’ or ‘N’) is required after pressing the ESC key.
Setup menu
The main configuration menu displays a screen like the following:
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/
/
Setup
/
/
/
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IP config......:<
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Time setting...:
UPS config.....:
Services 1.....:
Services 2.....:
Security.......:
Save and load..:
Press [Esc] to quit
SysVer. 1.0
AppVer. 01.00.000
Data from flash
From this main menu it is possible to access the various submenus, the function of each of
which is shown in the table below.
Menu
Function
IP config
To configure the network parameters
Time setting
To configure the internal clock
UPS config
To configure the type of UPS connected
Services 1
To activate and/or deactivate device services
Services 2
Security
To configure the password and access to the network
Save and load
To save a configuration: this action will reboot automatically the device.
The screen also displays some messages describing the kind of configuration data displayed
and the status of the UPS. The meaning of these messages is described below.
•
Data from flash: means that the configuration has been loaded from the flash memory
•
Default data: means that the configuration has been reset to the default values
Here is a graphical representation of the setup menu and submenus:
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IP config menu
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IP config
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/
/
Hostname.......:ups_server
IP address/DHCP:DHCP
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Netmask........:
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Gateway........:
Primary DNS....:
Secondary DNS..:
Mailhost.......:
With this menu the main network parameters can be set as described in the following table.
Field
Parameters to be inserted
Hostname
Enter the NetMan 204 host name
IP address/DHCP
Enter the IP address for a static IP; enter “DHCP” for a dynamic IP
Netmask
Enter the netmask to be used together with the static IP address
Gateway
Enter the name or the address of the network gateway
Primary DNS
Enter the name or the address of the preferred DNS to be used
Secondary DNS
Enter the name or the address of the alternative DNS to be used
Mailhost
Enter the name or the address of the SMTP server to be used to send
e-mails. (1)
(1)
Ensure that the SMTP server accepts connections on port 25.
If a static IP address is assigned to the device, all the fields must be configured with the
network parameters. If a dynamic IP address is assigned, just enter ‘dhcp’ in the “IP
Address/DHCP” field and provide a hostname; all the other options should be ignored
because these are automatically configured with DHCP
After pressing “ESC” and “Y” to confirm exit from the menu, a screen similar to the image
below is displayed. Press the “ENTER” key to return to the main menu. The configuration
must however be saved to make it effective after restart of the device (see “Save and load”
menu).
eth0
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:02:63:04:07:b1
inet addr:10.1.11.19 Bcast:10.1.255.255 Mask:255.255.0.0
inet6 addr: fe80::202:63ff:fe04:7b1/64 Scope:Link
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:145877 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:1
TX packets:4899 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:12740380 (12.1 MiB) TX bytes:2115614 (2.0 MiB)
NOTE: The new settings will become effective on next reboot.
Time setting menu
/
/
/
Time setting
/
/
/
Set time.......:<
Set timezone...:
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Sync with NTP..:
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Scheduled NTP..:
From this menu the time and date of the device can be set as described in the following
table.
Command
Description
Set time
To configure the time and date manually
Set timezone
To configure the time zone
Sync with NTP
To synchronize the clock with an NTP server
Scheduled NTP
To configure the scheduled NTP
Pressing the “ENTER” key corresponding to the “Set time” command displays a screen like
the one shown below.
Current date is Wed Jan 01 07:45:50 GMT 2014
Insert new date and clock time in this form:
MMDDYYYYHHMMSS
06152014080100
Current date is Sun Jun 15 08:01:00 GMT 2014
Enter the date and time in the format shown, then press the ENTER key and then “ESC” to
exit.
Pressing the “ENTER” key corresponding to the “Set timezone” command displays a screen
where is possible to modify the time zone.
Pressing the “ENTER” key corresponding to the “Sync with NTP” command displays a
screen like the one shown below.
Current date is Thu Jun 16 14:17:06 ECT 2005
Insert IP Address or host name of the NTP server to synchronize time:
Enter the name or the address of the NTP server with which the device is to be
synchronized. In this case the time has to be within the GMT time zone, thus it may be
necessary to correct the current time zone with the “Set timezone” command.
Scheduled NTP menu
/
/
/
Scheduled NTP
/
/
/
NTP server.....:time_server
Sync only at...:13
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hour (0
23)
Sync only at...:*
day of week (0
Sync only at...:1
day of month (1
6) (Sunday=0 or 7) OR sun,mon,tue
...
31)
Insert * where the value is not needed.
With this menu is possible to schedule the NTP synchronization. Is possible to specify the
time and frequency for performing a synchronization. For each field is possible to enter the
precise condition or leaving ‘*’ which means always. On the example above, synchronization
will be performed every 1st day of month at 13:00, regardless of the day of week.
Field
Parameters to be inserted
NTP server
Enter the name or address of the NTP server
Sync only at (h)
Enter the hour when the synchronization should occur, or ‘*’
Sync only at (w)
Enter the day of week when the synchronization should occur, or ‘*’
Sync only at (m)
Enter the day of month when the synchronization should occur, or ‘*’
UPS config menu
/
/
/
UPS config
/
/
/
PRTK Code......:GPSER11201XX
Name...........:ups3
UPS Address....:1
Serial number..:324321
With this menu the UPS parameters must be set as described in the following table, for the
UPS to be able to communicate correctly with the device.
Field
Parameters to be inserted
PRTK Code
Enter the PRTK code indicated at the back of the UPS(1)
Name
Enter the identifying name of the UPS
UPS Address
Insert 1
Serial number
Enter the UPS identification code
(1)
The
PRTK
code
is
formed
of
12
alphanumeric
characters.
Services 1 menu
/
/
/
Services 1
/
/
/
SNMPV1 config..:<
SNMPV1 communit:
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Email config...:
Email logic....:
Miscellaneous..:
Activation 1...:
With this menu the configuration screens of the various services can be accessed as
described in the following table.
Menu
Function
SNMPV1 config
To configure the SNMP service
SNMPV1 community
Email config
To configure the e-mail service
Email logic
Miscellaneous
To configure the other options
Activation 1
To configure the services to be activated
As well as being configured, the services must also be activated to function correctly (see
paragraph “Activation menu”). It is recommended to activate only the services used.
SNMPv1 config menu
/
/
/
SNMPV1 config
/
/
/
Trap receiver 1:powernetguard
Trap receiver 2:192.168.5.96
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Trap receiver 3:
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Trap receiver 4:
Trap receiver 5:
Trap receiver 6:
Trap receiver 7:
With this menu the IP addresses to which traps are sent can be configured. Traps are SNMP
messages that are sent to an SNMP manager for alarm notification.
Traps can be sent to seven different hosts.
SNMPv1 community menu
/
/
/
SNMPV1 community
/
/
/
Get community..:public
Set community..:private
Trap community.:public
With this menu the protection password of the SNMP messages (SNMP Communities) can
be configured as described in the following table.
Field
Parameters to be inserted
Get community
Enter the community for read access
Set community
Enter the community for write access
Trap community
Enter the community for traps
Email config menu
/
/
/
Email config
/
/
/
Email address 1:myself@mycompany.com
Email address 2:service@service.com
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Email address 3:anotheremail@mycompany.com
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Sender address.:NetMan_204
Customer.......:MyCustomer
Report interval:01 05:10
DD HH:MM
User name......:User 1
Password.......:Password
This menu may be used to configure the addresses to which to send the alarm notification
and report e-mails and other parameters of the e-mail service as described in the following
table.
Field
Parameters to be inserted
Email address 1
Email address 2
Enter the e-mail addresses to which to send the alarm notifications
and reports (see note).
Email address 3
Sender address
Customer
Report interval
Enter the address from which the e-mails are sent. (1)
Enter an identifying string; this additional information is included in the
e-mail.
Enter the delay, measured in days, between the sending of one report
e-mail and the next by using exactly 2 figures, followed by a line, an
finally by the hour and minutes on which the email should be sent.
User name
If the server requires authentication, insert the “User name”.
Password
If the server requires authentication, insert the password.
(1)
do not use the “space” character in this field
After inserting the data and pressing the “ESC” key to exit from the menu, the service can be
tested by pressing the “T” key. If the test is performed, a “@” is displayed and a test email is
sent to all the configured email addresses. After this the previous menu is shown.
Report e-mails are sent to all the addresses inserted; for alarm notification e-mails see
paragraph “Email logic menu”.
Email logic menu
/
/
/
Email logic
/
/
/
Email 1
Email 2
Email 3
Logic:
UPS Lock.......:
X<
0
0
And
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Ovrload/Ovrtemp:
X
0
0
And
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UPS Failure....:
X
0
0
And
On bypass......:
X
0
0
And
AC Fail........:
X
0
0
And
Battery low....:
X
0
0
And
Communic lost..:
X
0
0
And
With this menu it can be established to which addresses the e-mails will be sent when certain
events occurs. One or more addresses can be associated with each event and in the latter
case, when the event occurs, notification e-mails will be sent to all the addresses associated
with it.
Use the ENTER key to change the selected configuration (“X” or “0”).
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X: when the event occurs, NetMan 204 sends a notification e-mail to the
corresponding addresses (see “Email logic menu” to set the addresses);
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0: when the event occurs, NetMan 204 does not send a notification e-mail to the
corresponding addresses;
The following table describes the meaning of the events. These can vary depending on the
UPS connected.
Event
Meaning
UPS Lock
UPS is locked
Ovrload/Ovrtemp
UPS in overload or in overtemperature
UPS Failure
Failure of the UPS
On bypass
Operation from bypass
AC Fail
Operation from battery
Battery low
Battery low
Communic lost
SENTR level 2
SENTR level 3
Communication between the UPS and the device has been
interrupted
Presence of an internal UPS failure (this condition emulates the
level of modem alarm for UPSs of the SENTR type)
Presence of a failure in the UPS, excluding those envisaged in the
previous point (this condition emulates the level of modem alarm
for UPSs of the SENTR type)
Miscellaneous menu
/
/
/
Miscellaneous
/
/
/
Log frequency..:5
sec
UDP Port.......:33000
sysContact.....:Administrator
sysName........:My Server
sysLocation....:new building
With this menu further device parameters can be configured as described in the following
table.
Field
Parameters to be inserted
Log frequency
Enter the delay, measured in seconds, between one data log and the
next (see paragraph “Datalog”)
UDP Port
Enter the port where the UDP service is started (1)
sysContact
sysName
Enter the string to be associated with these SNMP variables
sysLocation
(1)
This port must be the same as configured in the UPSMon software
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Activation 1 menu
/
/
/
Activation 1
/
/
/
Enable SSH.....:[ON/off]<
Enable FTP.....:[ON/off]
Enable HTTP....:[ON/off]
Enable DataLog.:[ON/off]
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Enable SNMP....:[ON/off]
Enable Email...:[on/OFF]
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Enable UDP.....:[ON/off]
Enable Report..:[on/OFF]
With this menu the services implemented in NetMan 204 can be activated or deactivated:
Use the ENTER key to change the selected configuration (“ON” or “OFF”).
•
ON (green characters): service active
•
OFF (red characters): service not active
It is recommended to activate only the services used.
Services 2 menu
/
/
/
Services 2
/
/
/
WakeOnLan addr.:<
WakeOnLan delay:
Activation.2...:
Sensors config :
I/O Sensors....:
Threshold sens.:
With this menu the configuration screens of the various services can be accessed as
described in the following table.
Menù
Funzione
WakeOnLan addr.
WakeOnLan delay
Activation 2
To configure the Wake-on-LAN service
To configure the services to be activated
Sensors. config
I/O Sensors
To configure the environmental sensors
Threshold sens
As well as being configured, the services must also be activated to function correctly
(see paragraph “Activation 2 menu”). It is recommended to activate only the services
used.
Wake-On-LAN address menu
/
/
/
Wake on LAN
address
/
/
/
MAC Address 1..:00 12 3F 2B F6 6F
MAC Address 2..:aa bb cc dd ee ff
MAC Address 3..:00 00 00 00 00 00
MAC Address 4..:
MAC Address 5..:
MAC Address 6..:
MAC Address 7..:
MAC Address 8..:
With this menu is possible to insert up to 8 MAC address to execute Wake-on-LAN.
Please make sure that your PC supports this function, and that it is correctly configured.
Wake-On-LAN delay menu
/
/
/
Wake on LAN
delay
/
/
/
Address 1 delay:2
sec.
Address 2 delay:40
sec.
Address 3 delay:2
sec.
Address 4 delay:
sec.
Address 5 delay:
sec.
Address 6 delay:
sec.
Address 7 delay:
sec.
Address 8 delay:
sec.
With this menu is possible to insert the delay times for each Wake-on-LAN.
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Activation 2 menu
/
/
/
Activation 2
/
/
/
Enable Serial N:[ON/off]<
Enable Sensors.:[ON/off]
Enable WOL
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:[on/OFF]
With this menu the services implemented in NetMan 204 can be activated or deactivated:
Use the ENTER key to change the selected configuration (“ON” or “OFF”).
•
ON (green characters): service active
•
OFF (red characters): service not active
It is recommended to activate only the services used.
Sensors Config menu
To enter on the “Sensors config” menu is necessary to enable the “Sensors” service
(Activation 2 menu) and to save the configuration (Save and load menu).
Sensor list
Press [C] to change sensors, [E] to exit
Enter on the “Config sensor” menu, connect the first sensor and press “C”. After some
instants the device will be recognized and the device will be given an identifier number [1].
Connect the next sensor, if present, and press “N”. After some instants the device will be
recognized and the device will be given an identifier number [2]. Repeat the procedure for all
the sensors and when the configuration is finalized press “Y”.
Sensor list
1) Temperature
[F100000013BE0628]
2) Humidity & Temperature
[4D00000083FF3326]
3) Digital I/O & Temperature [BB0000003BA2FF12] [510000009A154228]
Press [Y] to confirm, [N] to insert a new sensor
For proper working of the devices, it is necessary to add just one device for each
iteration and wait that it is recognized by NetMan 204.
Example: how to connect a Temperature sensor, a Humidity & Temperature sensor and a
Digital I/O & Temperature sensor in exactly this order.
Sensor list
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Press [C] to change sensors, [E] to exit
Connect the first sensor (Temperature), and press “C”.
Sensor list
1) Temperature
[F100000013BE0628]
Press [Y] to confirm, [N] to insert a new sensor
Wait until the first sensor is identified and then connect the second sensor (Humidity &
Temperature), and press “N”.
Sensor list
1) Temperature
2) Humidity & Temperature
[F100000013BE0628]
[4D00000083FF3326]
Press [Y] to confirm, [N] to insert a new sensor
Wait until the second sensor is identified and then connect the third sensor (Digital I/O &
Temperature), and press “N”.
Sensor list
1) Temperature
[F100000013BE0628]
2) Humidity & Temperature
[4D00000083FF3326]
3) Digital I/O & Temperature [BB0000003BA2FF12] [510000009A154228]
Press [Y] to confirm, [N] to insert a new sensor
Press “Y” to confirm.
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I/O Sensors menu
/
/
/
Output
/
/
/
Output
UPS Lock.......:
<
Ovrload/Ovrtemp:
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UPS Failure....:
On bypass......:
AC Fail........:
3
Battery low....:
Communic lost..:
Input sensor...:
NC
Press [Esc] to quit
With this menu is possibile to associate a digital output of the installed sensors to one or
more events of the UPS. The output will be closed when the associated event happens.
Press ENTER to select the output.
The identification number is the same which is associated to the sensor during
installation.
The following table describes the meaning of the events. These can vary depending on the
UPS connected.
Event
Description
UPS Lock
UPS is locked
Ovrload/Ovrtemp
UPS in overload or in overtemperature
UPS Failure
Failure of the UPS
On bypass
Operation from bypass
AC Fail
Operation from battery
Battery low
Battery low
Communic lost
Input Sensor
Communication between the UPS and the device has been
interrupted
The state of the input (open/closed) is reported to the output of the
selected sensor.
The digital input monitored is that with the lowest identification
number (the first that was detected during configuration).
It is also possible to select the logic state of the input:
• NC:
• NO:
Normally Closed
Normally Open
Security menu
/
/
/
Security
/
/
/
UDP Password...:<
UDP Firewall.......:
From this menu the setup password, the UDP password and the firewall can be configured
as described in the following table.
Menu
Function
UDP Password
To change the password used for UDP/UPSMon communication (2)
UDP Firewall
To configure access from the network
(1)
(2)
default configuration: “password”
this password must be the same as the one used by the UPSMon software
Pressing the ENTER key corresponding to the “UDP Password” command displays a screen
like the one shown below.
Enter the new UDP password:
Confirm the new UDP password:
Enter, as requested, the new password.
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Pressing the ENTER key corresponding to the “Firewall” command displays a screen like the
one shown below.
/
/
/
Firewall
/
/
/
Access IP 1....:*.*.*.*
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Access IP 2....:0.0.0.0
Access IP 3....:0.0.0.0
Access IP 4....:0.0.0.0
Access IP 5....:0.0.0.0
Access IP 6....:0.0.0.0
Access IP 7....:0.0.0.0
With this menu the IP addresses or hostnames of the devices enabled for communication
with NetMan 204 can be configured. The character “*” can be used for one or more fields of
the IP address to indicate that all values between 0 and 255 are accepted in that field. The
following table provides some possible configuration examples.
IP Access
*.*.*.*
10.1.10.*
Description
All the devices present on the network are enabled to communicate
with NetMan 204 (default configuration)
The devices with addresses between 10.1.10.0 and 10.1.10.255 are
enabled to communicate with NetMan 204
myserver.mydomain Hostname of the device enabled to communicate with NetMan 204
Save and load menu
/
/
/
Save and load
/
/
/
Save changes...:<
Revert changes.:
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Reset default..:
33
With this menu the configuration can be saved to make it effective or to load other
configurations as described in the following table.
Function
Save changes
Revert changes
Reset default
(1)
Description
Saves the configuration in flash memory and then automatically restarts
to make the changes effective
Cancels the changes and reloads the last saved configuration (excluding
the the clock -Time setting- configurations)
Loads the default configuration
see paragraph “Configuration of several devices”
Expert mode
Expert mode enables the configuration of advanced parameters that should be set by skilled
technicians. These commands are supported:
help
get
set <VAR> <VALUE>
sendtrap <TRAPCODE>
reboot
factoryreset
erasefram
exit
prints the help
shows all values
set VAR to VALUE
send a test SNMP trap
reboot the NetMan 204
restore factory configuration
erase the FRAM module
closes the connection
CONFIGURATION OF SEVERAL DEVICES
If several NetMan 204 have to be configured with similar parameters, you can configure the
first NetMan 204, then connect via FTP with the admin user, download all the configuration
files in the folder /cfg, and upload all them via FTP in the folder /cfg of all devices to be
configured.
FIRMWARE UPGRADE
The NetMan 204 firmware can be updated via HTTP or via FTP.
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FIRMWARE UPGRADE VIA HTTP
Connect via HTTP to the NetMan 204 to be upgraded inserting in your web browser the
hostname or IP address and then log in as fwupgrade (default password: " fwupgrade").
Select the file to upload and then press the UPLOAD button.
When the upgrade file is uploaded, the NetMan 204 will reboot automatically.
FIRMWARE UPGRADE VIA FTP
Connect via FTP with the user “fwupgrade” (default password “fwupgrade”) and copy the
updated firmware. Then restart the card by pressing the reset button
SNMPV3 CONFIGURATION
For configuring SNMPv3 access, is necessary to edit snmp.conf. This file can be
downloaded and uploaded with FTP with user “admin” (default password: “admin”).
If this file is not present, SNMPv1 will be used.
Each line of the file is parsed by NetMan 204 and must begin with one of these keyword:
•
•
•
•
•
•
#: for comment, the line is skipped.
addUser: for adding a new user and setting the passwords
addGroup: for putting a user into a group
addAccessEntry: for enabling access privileges to a group
addView: for adding privileges
addManager: for adding SNMP Manager which will receive SNMP traps.
The correct syntax for addUser is:
addUser <userName> <authProtocol> <privProtocol> <authPassword> <privPassword>
<userName> is the name of the user.
<authProtocol> is the protocol for authentication of this user during SNMP sessions. Possible
values are:
•
•
•
noauth (no authentication will be used)
md5 (MD5 will be used for authentication)
sha (SHA will be used for authentication)
<privProtocol> is the protocol for privacy of this user during SNMP sessions. Possible values
are:
•
•
nopriv (no privacy will be used)
des (DES will be used for privacy)
<authPassword> is the password for authentication. It must be set to * when not used.
<privPassword> is the password for privacy. It must be set to * when not used.
The correct syntax for addGroup is:
addGroup <securityModel> <userName> <groupName>
<securityModel> is the security model. When using authentication and/or privacy,
securityModel must be USM. Possible values are:
•
•
•
USM (User-based Security Model with SNMPv3)
v2 (SNMPv2)
v1 (SNMPv1)
<userName> is the name of the user, must match one of the user name defined with
addUser.
<groupName> is the name of the group.
Please note that a userName can be assigned to only one group.
The correct syntax for addAccessEntry is:
addAccessEntry <groupName> <contextName> <securityModel> <securityType> <contextMatch>
<readView> <writeView> <notifyView>
<groupName> is the name of the group to which this access right applies, must match one of
the group name defined with addGroup.
<contextName> is the name of the context.
<securityModel> is the security model that must be used in order to gain access to this
access right, must match the security model defined with addGroup.
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<securityType> is the minimum security level that must be used to gain access to this access
right. Possible values are:
•
•
•
noauthnopriv (no authentication and no privacy)
authnopriv (authentication but no privacy)
authpriv (authentication and privacy)
<contextMatch> the type of match required. Possible values are:
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•
•
exact (the context name must exactly match the value in contextName)
prefix (the context name must match the first few starting characters of the
value in contextName)
<readView> the authorized MIB view name used for read access, must match one of the
view name.
<writeView> the authorized MIB view name used for write access, must match one of the
view name.
<notifyView> the authorized MIB view name used for notify access, must match one of the
view name.
The correct syntax for addView is:
addView <viewName> <subtree> <mask> <included>
<viewName> is the name of the view.
<subtree> is the OID subtree which when combined with the corresponding instance of
MASK defines a family of view subtrees.
<mask> the mask for filtering OID.
<included> the OID can be included or excluded. Possible values are:
•
•
included (for including)
excluded (for excluding)
The correct syntax for addManager is:
addManager <security> <ipAddress> <credentials> <securityType>
<security> is the security type for the notification. Possible values are:
•
•
•
USM (User-based Security Model with SNMPv3)
V2 (SNMPv2)
v1 (SNMPv1)
<ipAddress> is the IP address of the SNMP manager.
<credentials> is either the user name (when using USM security) or the trap community
(when using v1 security)
<securityType> is either:
•
•
noauthnopriv (for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2)
authpriv (for SNMPv3)
addManager do not allow duplicate entries (one ipAddress can receive only one trap).
A sample snmp.conf is provided; the default users authorized are:
Name
Auth
protocol
Priv
protocol
unsecureUser
Noauth
nopriv
MD5
md5
nopriv
MD5UserAuthPassword
SHA
Sha
nopriv
SHAUserAuthPassword
MD5DES
md5
des
MD5DESUserAuthPassword
MD5DESUserPrivPassword
SHADES
Sha
des
SHADESUserAuthPassword
SHADESUserPrivPassword
Auth password
The SNMP agent will send SNMPv3 trap to address 10.2.10.1.
Priv password
MODBUS TCP/IP PROTOCOL
This service is always active on the TCP port 502. The supported function are listed below,
together with the accessible registers.
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SUPPORTED FUNCTION
SUPPORTED
FUNCTION
1
2
3
4
6
16
(0x01)
(0x02)
(0x03)
(0x04)
(0x06)
(0x10)
FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
ACCESSIBLE DATA
AREA
STATES
STATES
ALL
ALL
COMMANDS
COMMANDS
BIT READING
REGISTERS READING
SINGLE REGISTER WRITING
MULTIPLE REGISTER WRITING
UPS: TABLES OF STATES, MEASUREMENTS, NOMINAL DATA AND COMMANDS
REGISTER
(1)
BIT
(2)
UPS - STATES
NUMBER
1
(1)
(2)
ADDRESS
0
2
1
3
2
4
3
5÷8
4÷7
Test in progress
[0=No / 1=YES]
Shutdown active
[0=No / 1= YES]
Battery charged
Battery charging
Bypass bad
[0=No / 1= YES]
[0=No / 1= YES]
[0=No / 1= YES]
Normal operation
[0=No / 1= YES]
On bypass
Battery low
Battery working
UPS locked
Output powered
[0=No / 1= YES]
[0=No / 1= YES]
[0=No / 1= YES]
[0=No / 1= YES]
[0=No / 1= YES]
Input Mains present
Alarm temperature
Alarm overload
UPS failure
[0=No / 1= YES]
[0=No / 1= YES]
[0=No / 1= YES]
[0=No / 1= YES]
Communication lost with UPS
[0=No / 1= YES]
The register number n must be addressed n-1 in the data packet
The bit number n must be addressed n-1 in the data packet.
NUMBER
ADDRESS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17÷28
29
30
31
32
33÷48
49÷63
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16÷27
28
29
30
31
32÷47
48÷62
64
63
65÷128
64÷127
37
REGISTER
(1)
UPS - MEASUREMENTS
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NUMBER
ADDRESS
9÷11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19÷21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29÷31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45÷47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55÷58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65÷72
8÷10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18÷20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28÷30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44÷46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54÷57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64÷71
(1)
UNIT
Input mains star voltage V1
Input mains star voltage V2
Input mains star voltage V3
Input current phase L1
Input current phase L2
Input current phase L3
Input frequency
V
V
V
0.1*A
0.1*A
0.1*A
0.1*Hz
Bypass mains star voltage V1
Bypass mains star voltage V2
Bypass mains star voltage V3
Bypass frequency
Output star voltage V1
Output star voltage V2
Output star voltage V3
V
V
V
0.1*Hz
V
V
V
Output current phase L1
Output current phase L2
Output current phase L3
Output peak current phase L1
Output peak current phase L2
Output peak current phase L3
Load phase L1
Load phase L2
Load phase L3
Output active power phase L1
Output active power phase L2
Output active power phase L3
Output frequency
0.1*A
0.1*A
0.1*A
0.1*A
0.1*A
0.1*A
%
%
%
0.1 kW
0.1 kW
0.1 kW
0.1*Hz
Battery voltage
Positive battery voltage
Negative battery voltage
Battery current
Remaining Battery Capacity
0.1*V
0.1*V
0.1*V
0.1*A
%
Remaining back-up time
Total output energy (32 bit)
Minutes
Least Significant Register
Most Significant Register
0.1 kWh
Internal UPS temperature
Sensor 1 temperature
Sensor 2 temperature
The register number n must be addressed n-1 in the data packet.
Some measures may not be available for all the UPS. In this case, the relative
register remains at 0xFFFF value.
°C
°C
°C
REGISTER
(1)
UPS – NOMINAL DATA
NUMBER
ADDRESS
73÷77
78
79
80
81÷83
84
85
86
87÷112
72÷76
77
78
79
80÷82
83
84
85
86÷111
REGISTER
Output nominal voltage (star)
Output nominal frequency
Output nominal power
V
0.1*Hz
100*VA
Battery nominal capacity (battery expansion included)
Battery benches
Battery type
Ah
(1 or 2)
Integer
(1)
UPS - COMMANDS
NUMBER
ADDRESS
113
114
115
116
117
118
112
113
114
115
116
117
REGISTER
(2)
Command code
Shutdown delay time
Restore delay time
Command result
Integer
Seconds
Minutes
(3)
Integer
DIAGNOSTIC
ADDRESS
119
120
118
119
(2)
(3)
UNIT
(1)
NUMBER
(1)
UNIT
Counter of processed correct messages
Counter of processed NOT correct messages
The register number n must be addressed n-1 in the data packet.
Refer to “Command codes” paragraph
Command result = Command code if command is handled from the UPS
Command result = Command code + 100 if command is NOT handled from the UPS
Command result = 0 if Command code is wrong
UNIT
Integer
Integer
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REGISTER
(1)
SPECIAL FLAGS (SENTR UPS)
NUMBER
ADDRESS
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
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REGISTER
Byte 1 of “s = xx..” code / Byte 2 of “s = ..xx” code
Byte 1 of “c = xx..” code / Byte 2 of “c = ..xx” code
Byte 1 of “b = xx..” code / Byte 2 of “b = ..xx” code
Byte 1 of “r = xx..-..” code / Byte 2 of “r = ..xx-..” code
Byte 3 of “r = ....-xx” code / Byte 1 of “i = xx..-..” code
Byte 2 of “i = ..xx-..” code / Byte 3 of “i = ....-xx” code
Byte 1 of “a = xx..-....” code / Byte 2 of “a = ..xx-....” code
Byte 3 of “a = ....-xx..” code / Byte 4 of “a = ....-..xx” code
NETMAN DATA
ADDRESS
129
128
130÷131
129÷130
(2)
UNIT
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
(1)
NUMBER
(1)
(2)
Firmware version
Integer
The register number n must be addressed n-1 in the data packet.
In order to decode these registers, please refer to the UPS manual.
UPS: COMMANDS CODES
CODE
COMMAND
1
(0x0001)
Command Shutdown
2
(0x0002)
Command Shutdown and Restore
3
(0x0003)
Delete Command (code 1, 2, 12)
12 (0x000C)
UPS on Bypass
20 (0x0014)
Test Battery
22 (0x0016)
Test Panel
UNIT
TECHNICAL DATA
NETWORK CABLE
To connect the device to the Ethernet (10Base-T) or Fast Ethernet (100Base-T) network, a
UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) or STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cable with RJ45 connectors
is required. The cable must conform to the standard IEEE 802.3u 100Base-T with 2 pairs of
UTP cables of category 5 or higher. The cable between the adaptor and the hub must not be
more than 100m and not less than 2.5m.
NETWORK CABLE CONNECTIONS
Signal
Pin # to Pin #
TX+
1
1
TX-
2
2
RX+
3
3
RX-
6
6
Pins 1 and 2 must be connected to one twisted pair, pins 3 and 6 to another.
OPERATING AND STORAGE CONDITIONS
Operating temperature range
[°C]
0 ÷ +40
Storage temperature range
[°C]
-5 ÷ +50
Maximum operating relative humidity
[%]
80
Maximum storage relative humidity
[%]
90
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