User Manual
SNMP-1000-B2
Intelligent SNMP/HTTP Remote
System Manager
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Declaration of Conformity
FCC Class A
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC regulations. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in
such cases users are required to correct the interference at their own expense.
This device complies with the requirements outline in part 15 of the FCC regulations.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference
2. This device must accept any interference received including interference that
may cause undesired operation
Caution! The battery is at risk of exploding if incorrectly replaced. The battery
does not require charging. Replace only with Advantech-specified batteries.
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Initial Inspection
Before beginning card installation, please ensure that the materials specified in the
packing list have been shipped.
SNMP-1000-E1B2
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One SNMP/HTTP system manager kernel board mounted on a PCI/ISA carrier
board
One 6-pin to 8-pin cable for CPU card connection
One 2-pin cable for watchdog timer detection
One ISA slot bracket
Two thermal sensor board with cable sets
One 9-pin to 9-pin modem cable
One SNMP-1000-B2 startup manual
One CD containing a utility program, SNMP MIB file, and user manual (in pdf
format)
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One SNMP/HTTP system manager kernel board mounted on a chassis carrier
board
One 6-pin to 8-pin cable for CPU card connection
One 2-pin cable for watchdog timer detection
One 9-pin to 12-pin serial port cable for COM2 of the CPU card
One RJ-45 cable with bracket for an external LAN connection
Two thermal sensor boards with cable sets
One 9-pin to 9-pin modem cable
One SNMP-1000-B2 startup manual
One CD containing a utility program, SNMP MIB file, and user manual (in pdf
format)
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One message display module
One 8-pin cable for SNMP-1000-B2 connection
If any of the items listed above are missing or damaged, contact your distributor or
sales representative immediately.
The mechanical and electrical components of the product have been carefully
inspected prior to shipping. The product should be free from marks and scratches
and in perfect working order upon receipt.
While unpacking, check the product for signs of shipping damage (for example, damaged packaging, scratches, dents, etc.). If your product is damaged or fails to meet
specifications, notify our service department or your local sales representative immediately. Please also notify the carrier. Retain the shipping carton and packing material
for inspection by the carrier. After inspection, we will make arrangements to repair or
replace the unit.
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Contents
Chapter
Chapter
1
Introduction..........................................1
1.1
1.2
Introduction ............................................................................................... 2
Specifications ............................................................................................ 3
1.2.1 Hardware Specifications ............................................................... 3
1.2.2 Dimensions ................................................................................... 3
1.2.3 Sensor Input Specifications .......................................................... 3
1.2.4 Firmware Specifications................................................................ 3
1.2.5 LCD Message Display Module with Keys ..................................... 4
1.2.6 Environmental Specifications........................................................ 4
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Hardware Installation ..........................5
2.1
Kernel Module Installation......................................................................... 6
Figure 2.1 Kernel module and battery installation ....................... 6
Figure 2.2 Kernel module connectors.......................................... 6
Connecting Sensors and I/O Ports............................................................ 7
Figure 2.3 Extension board connectors ....................................... 7
Figure 2.4 Carrier board connectors............................................ 8
2.2.1 External Buzzer Connector (J1).................................................... 8
2.2.2 Bypass Password Protection (MJ1) .............................................. 8
2.2.3 External Power Connector (CN1) ................................................. 8
2.2.4 System SMBus Connector (CN3) ................................................. 8
2.2.5 10/100Base-T LAN Connectors (CN2 and CN5) .......................... 8
2.2.6 Temperature Sensor Connectors (CN4 and CN7)........................ 8
2.2.7 RS-232 Interface (CN8 and CN9) ............................................... 10
2.2.8 LCM Message Display Connector (CN10).................................. 10
2.2.9 Kernel Board Connectors (CN11 and CN12).............................. 10
2.2.10 Backplane Voltage Input Connector (CN13)............................... 10
2.2.11 Digital Input Connectors (DI1 ~ DI8) ........................................... 10
2.2.12 Digital Output Connectors (DO1 ~ DO4) .................................... 11
2.2.13 Alarm Reset Connector (CN17) .................................................. 11
2.2.14 LED Indicator Connector (CN18) ................................................ 11
2.2.15 CPU Card Interface Connector (CN19) ...................................... 11
Figure 2.5 Connecting SNMP-1000-B2 to a CPU card.............. 11
2.2.16 Chassis and Watchdog Timer Connector (CN20)....................... 12
Figure 2.6 Configuring the watchdog timer to interrupt.............. 12
Figure 2.7 Configuring the watchdog timer to reset................... 12
2.2.17 Power Good Input Connectors (CN16, CN21 ~ CN24) .............. 12
2.2.18 External HDD LED Connector (CN26)........................................ 12
2.2.19 Fan Connectors (FAN1 ~ FAN9) ................................................ 12
2.2.20 External Backup Battery Connector (BT1).................................. 12
2.2
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Getting Started...................................13
3.1
3.2
Configuring SNMP-1000-B2.................................................................... 14
Configuration Via the Serial Port............................................................. 14
3.2.1 Agent Configuration .................................................................... 15
Communication Over Ethernet................................................................ 21
3.3.1 Configuration Using Telnet ......................................................... 21
3.3.2 Configuration Using a Web Browser........................................... 21
3.3.3 Remote Access Via a Telephone Line........................................ 21
3.3.4 Setup Using the LCD Message Display Module ......................... 21
Table 3.1: LCD Display Module Function Keys ......................... 22
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3.3.5 Main Menu .................................................................................. 22
3.3.6 Agent Configuration .................................................................... 23
3.3.7 Setting the IP Address ................................................................ 23
3.3.8 Enable/Disable the BOOTP/HDCP Function .............................. 24
3.3.9 Agent Information ....................................................................... 24
3.3.10 Set System Date......................................................................... 25
3.3.11 Set System Time ........................................................................ 25
3.3.12 View Active Alarms ..................................................................... 25
3.3.13 View System Status.................................................................... 26
3.3.14 View Fan Speed ......................................................................... 27
3.3.15 View Temperature Status ........................................................... 27
3.3.16 View Watchdog Timer Status ..................................................... 27
3.3.17 View Voltage Status.................................................................... 28
3.3.18 View Power Supply Status.......................................................... 29
3.3.19 View Digital Input Status............................................................. 29
View CPU Card/Motherboard Status ...................................................... 30
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Programming SNMP-1000-B2 .......... 31
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Introduction ............................................................................................. 32
Entering the Pass Through Command Mode.......................................... 32
Command and Response Syntax ........................................................... 33
List of Device Codes and Subcodes ....................................................... 34
Summary of Command Set..................................................................... 35
4.5.1 Fan Read .................................................................................... 35
4.5.2 Temperature ............................................................................... 36
4.5.3 Voltage........................................................................................ 38
4.5.4 CPU Card ................................................................................... 40
4.5.5 Digital Input................................................................................. 45
4.5.6 WDT............................................................................................ 46
Appendix A
Connector Pin Assignments............ 47
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
A.6
A.7
A.8
A.9
A.10
A.11
A.12
A.13
A.14
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A.16
A.17
A.18
A.19
External Buzzer Connector (J1).............................................................. 48
Bypass Password Protection (MJ1) ........................................................ 48
External Power Connector (CN1) ........................................................... 48
10/100Base-T LAN Connector (CN2) ..................................................... 48
System SMBus Connector (CN3) ........................................................... 49
Temperature Sensor Connectors (CN4 and CN7).................................. 49
RS-232 Connector (CN8)........................................................................ 49
LCM Message Display Connector (CN10).............................................. 50
Kernel Board Connector (CN11)............................................................. 50
Kernel Board Connector (CN12)............................................................. 51
Backplane Voltage Input Connector (CN13)........................................... 51
Digital Input Connectors (DI1 ~ DI8) (CN14) .......................................... 52
Digital Output Connectors (DO1 ~ DO4) (CN15) .................................... 52
Alarm Reset Connector (CN17) .............................................................. 52
LED Indicator Connector (CN18) ............................................................ 53
CPU Card Interface Connector (CN19) .................................................. 53
Chassis and Watchdog Timer Connector (CN20)................................... 54
Power Good Input Connectors (CN16, CN21 ~ CN24)........................... 54
FAN Connectors (FAN1 ~ FAN9)............................................................ 54
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1.1 Introduction
The SNMP-1000-B2 is a platform-independent server and PC system management
controller that can detect the system operating conditions and notify users to take
necessary action to avert system failure. The SNMP-1000-B2 is web enabled and
supports multiple communication protocols. This server provides a simple tool for
managing several remote servers and delivers reliability for critical applications such
as computer telephony.
Powerful and Easy to Use
SNMP-1000-B2 can identify and measure numerous internal conditions, including
system temperature, voltage, fan rotation, power supply, and CPU operations such
as watchdog timer output. With the I2C interface, SNMP-1000-B2 can be used to
monitor CPU temperature and voltages of Advantech's full-sized CPU cards.
Depending on the event severity and user setup, the server generates different
alarm outputs for SNMP traps, e-mails, pager messages, acoustic signals, system
reset functions, and digital signal outputs. With the easy-to-use web-based interface,
users can set the alarm criteria and outputs for all event triggers. The backup battery
ensures that the SNMP-1000-B2 alarm function continues to operate even during
total system power failures.
Web Enabled, No Driver Needed
Equipped with an onboard 10/100 Mbps Ethernet adapter, the SNMP-1000-B2 can
be connected to existing networks. SNMP-1000-B2 also supports multiple network
protocols, such as TCPIIP, SNMP, HTTP and Telnet, facilitating system management
via a web browser. Because the device operates independently, no software drivers
are required, which eliminates compatibility issues regarding different operating systems.
Online Upgrades and Batch Setup
The device firmware can be upgraded online using the setup utility. This eliminates
the need to disassemble the chassis and collect each SNMP-1000-B2 module to
conduct a firmware upgrade. The setup utility also supports the "batch setup" function, which allows users to save and duplicate a configuration to other modules. This
freduces the time required to setup several SNMP-1000-B2 modules.
Flexible Modular Hardware Design
With its modular design, the SNMP-1000-B2 can be easily customized to suit any
application. The ultra compact kernel module is only 40.5 mm wide and 93 mm long,
and can be mounted on standard or customized carrier boards to meet different I/O
extension requirements. The compact size ensures that the SNMP-1000-B2 module
can be integrated into a wide range of customers’ systems.
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1.2.1 Hardware Specifications
20 MHz 80188-compatible CPU
512KB of Flash ROM and 512KB of SRAM
One 10/100 Mbps onboard Ethernet adapter
One RS-232 serial port with a 9600 baud rate
One SM bus interface for PC system healthy status monitoring
One SM bus interface for up to eight external temperature sensors
Nine fan tachometer inputs (seven for SNMP-1000-E2B2)
One onboard temperature sensor
One LCM message display interface
System watchdog time-out signal detector
Four good power signals (one for SNMP-1000-E2B2)
Eight digital inputs (SNMP-1000-E1B2 only)
Four digital outputs (one for SNMP-1000-E2B2)
Buzzer support
1.2.2 Dimensions
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Kernel module: 40.5 x 93 mm
PCI/ISA carrier module: 175 x 107 mm
Chassis carrier board: 55 x 115 mm
1.2.3 Sensor Input Specifications
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Voltage inputs: +5 V DC, -5 V DC, 5 V SB, +3.3 V DC, +12 V DC, -12 V DC
Temperature sensors: LM75 digital temperature sensor, I2C interface, -30 ~
125 °C (-22 ~ 257 °F)
Fan speed monitor:
Up to nine fans, 700 ~ 10000 RPM
Power good/Digital input:
High: > 2.4 VDC
Low: < 0.8 VDC
1.2.4 Firmware Specifications
System Status Monitoring and Management
 Real-time health status monitoring; provides a real-time status display in HTTP
Java graphical format
 Supports history log graphical display and data downloads
 Alarm event log
Alarm Notification
 Supports up to four e-mail addresses
 Alarm messages can be transmitted to optional LCD display modules
 SNMP trap: can notify up to eight SNMP administrators
 Pager notification: can send messages to up to eight pagers via an external
modem
 Audible alarm sound
Supported Protocols
 TCP, UDP, IP, ICMP, DHCP, BOOTP, ARP, SNMP, HTTP, and Telnet
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Management Function
 Supports web-based remote configuration, control, and monitoring
 Remote reset, power OFF/ON
 Remote digital output signal control
 Remote message display control
 Firmware upgrade via serial port and Ethernet port
 Modem dial in (console mode only)
1.2.5 LCD Message Display Module with Keys
LCD module with backlight supports displays of up to 2 rows and 16 characters
Module is 147 (W) x 42 (H) x 158 mm (L), fits into a 5.25" drive bay, and can
accomodate a 3.5" HDD
 Features five keys: up, down, enter, escape, and alarm sound off
Optional Backup Battery:
 Charge time: 3 hours
 Battery type: Li-ion
 Battery capacity: 1800 mA*h (fully charged, for 45 ~ 50 minutes operation,
dependent on the output used)
 Battery life: 1 year @ 20 °C, 80% capacity after 500 cycles of charge and discharge
Power Consumption
 5 V @ 550 mA
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Storage temperature: -20 ~ 70 °C (4 ~ 158 °F)
Operating temperature: 0 ~ 60 °C (32 ~ 140 °F)
Relative humidity: 5 ~ 95% RH non-condensing
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Hardware Installation
2.1 Kernel Module Installation
The SNMP-1000-B2 modular design facilitates I/O connection. The kernel module
can be mounted on an I/O extension/carrier module. Several extension modules
designed for specific application needs are available on the market. If your extension
module differs from that depicted in this section, please refer to the user manual of
your extension module for information.
The kernel module features two 32-pin connectors labeled MCN1 and MCN2. The
extension module features two 32-pin connectors labeled CN11 and CN12. MCN1 of
the kernel module should be mounted onto CN11 of the extension module, and
MCN2 of the kernel module should be mounted onto CN12 of the extension module.
Once mounted, secure the kernel module to the extension module using the provided
studs and screws.
Figure 2.1 Kernel module and battery installation
Figure 2.2 Kernel module connectors
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This section illustrates how to connect sensors and I/O ports using a PCI/ISA fullfunction extension board as an example. Your extension board may not have all the I/
O functions of this board.
The PCI/ISA extension module is designed with an ISA edge and a PCI edge. This
module can be inserted into an ISA bus slot or a PCI bus slot to detect the bus voltages. However, because SNMP-1000-B2 does not communicate with the system
through the ISA or PCI bus, no driver is required.
Figure 2.3 Extension board connectors
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Chapter 2
MJ1: Restores the default username and password and should be used to reset the
system settings when users forget their username and password. Otherwise, MJ1
should be left open under normal operation.
Operation procedure:
1. Power off the SNMP-1000-B2 and remove the backup battery.
2. Short MJ1 using a jumper
3. Power on the SNMP-1000-B2 and wait until the system is operable
4. Turn the system power off
5. Remove MJ1. The username and password are reset to "advantech" and
"admin"
MCN1 and MCH2: Sensor and I/O interface (Please refer to Appendix A for pin
assignments)
Figure 2.4 Carrier board connectors
2.2.1 External Buzzer Connector (J1)
Supports connection to an external buzzer.
2.2.2 Bypass Password Protection (MJ1)
Restores the default alarm board ID and password.
2.2.3 External Power Connector (CN1)
This connector is used to provide auxiliary power to SNMP-1000-B2. This connector
is only required when an extension board is not plugged into the PCI or ISA slots.
2.2.4 System SMBus Connector (CN3)
Enables users to read system SMBus signals.
2.2.5 10/100Base-T LAN Connectors (CN2 and CN5)
CN5 is a standard RJ-45 connector for Ethernet connectivity. A box header (CN2) is
also available for internal connectivity.
The chassis carrier board is equipped with a special cable (P/N 1703120900) that
features a box header at one end and an RJ-45 at the other end. An adaptor bracket
allows users to fix the RJ-45 end to the chassis via an existing DB-9 COM port.
2.2.6 Temperature Sensor Connectors (CN4 and CN7)
These connectors interface with LM75 digital temperature sensors via SM bus.
SNMP-1000-B2 supports monitoring of up to nine temperatures. One sensor located
on the kernel module is designated as Temp. 0, and up to eight external sensors can
be connected. External temperature sensors and cables are available from Advantech. Sensors can be connected in series in any order to either connectors, but each
sensor must be allocated a unique ID ranging from 1 ~ 8 using the DIP switch on the
sensor board.
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1-3 of DIP switch
Off Off Off
Temp. 2
Off Off On
Temp. 3
Off On Off
Temp. 4
Off On On
Temp. 5
On Off Off
Temp. 6
On Off On
Temp. 7
On On Off
Temp. 8
On On On
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Sensor ID
The last digit (4) of the DIP switch is used to enable or disable the temperature sensor.
Enable
Disable
2.2.7 RS-232 Interface (CN8 and CN9)
The serial port can be used as a console port or connected to an external modem
that supports a telephone line. CN9 is a standard DB-9 port for external wiring; CN8
is a box header for internal wiring.
Note
A unique “null modem” cable is required to connect the module serial
port to a PC serial port. Please ensure that the cable features reversed
Tx and Rx signals at one end and only Pins 2, 3, and 5 are connected.
This type of cable is available from Advantech (part number
1700091801). If other pins are connected, SNMP-1000-B2 will identify
the RS-232 connection as a modem connection and terminate it immediately.
2.2.8 LCM Message Display Connector (CN10)
An optional LCM message display module is available for displaying messages. The
input key on the LCM module can be used for on-site setup. CN10 is the LCM module interface.
2.2.9 Kernel Board Connectors (CN11 and CN12)
CN11 and CN12 are used to piggyback the kernel module.
2.2.10 Backplane Voltage Input Connector (CN13)
This connector is used for detecting voltages on the backplane. An 8-pin connector
on the backplane can be directly cabled to CN13 to simplify the wiring.
2.2.11 Digital Input Connectors (DI1 ~ DI8)
SNMP-1000-B2 can monitor up to eight TTL-level digital signals. These digital inputs
can be used to detect external devices or identify a health status, such as chassis
intrusion. These connectors are not available for the chassis carrier board.
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Alarm events can independently trigger one of four digital output signals. These signals can be used to control external devices and restore the system health or to
notify users of the alarm-triggering event. This connector is not available on the chassis carrier board.
2.2.13 Alarm Reset Connector (CN17)
2.2.14 LED Indicator Connector (CN18)
The system status can be displayed using LED indicators. CN18 is connected to an
LED indicator board. Please refer to Appendix A regarding pin assignments.
2.2.15 CPU Card Interface Connector (CN19)
This connector can be used to monitor the status of the CPU card. The 8 pin to 6 pin
cable included with the product can be used to connect SNMP-1000-B2 to a CPU
card.
Figure 2.5 Connecting SNMP-1000-B2 to a CPU card
Note
Only Advantech’s new full-sized CPU cards, including PCA-6002, PCA6003, PCA-6004, PCA-6005, PCA-6181, PCA-6183, PCA-6184, PCA6185, PCA-6186, PCA-6277 (rev. B), and newer, can be monitored. The
following CPU cards cannot be monitored: PCA-6155V, PCA-6168,
PCA-6175, PCA-6176, PCA-6178, PCA-6179, PCA-6180, PCA-6275,
PCA-6276, PCA-6277 (rev. A), PCA-6278, PCA-6359, and earlier.
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This connector is used to reset the alarm after an alarm-triggering event occurs. The
alarm can be connected to an auto-recovery push button (that is activated when the
button is pushed).
Chapter 2
2.2.12 Digital Output Connectors (DO1 ~ DO4)
2.2.16 Chassis and Watchdog Timer Connector (CN20)
Pins 1 and 2 of CN20 are connected to the ATX power ON/OFF button on the chassis.
Pins 3 and 4 of CN20 are connected to the SNMP-1000-B2 chassis reset button.
Pins 5 and 6 of CN20 are connected to the watchdog timer output pins of the CPU
card (J2). SNMP-1000-B2 can detect a watchdog timer time-out output signal.
Included with the product is a cable (part number 1703020558) for connecting
SNMP-1000-B2 to the watchdog timer.
Figure 2.6 Configuring the watchdog timer to interrupt
Figure 2.7 Configuring the watchdog timer to reset
2.2.17 Power Good Input Connectors (CN16, CN21 ~ CN24)
Up to four power fail signals can be detected. SNMP-1000-B2 can detect “power
good” and “power fail” signals if the power supply unit emits these output signals.
2.2.18 External HDD LED Connector (CN26)
Output HDD LED signal to chassis bezel.
2.2.19 Fan Connectors (FAN1 ~ FAN9)
These connectors provide +12 V power to fans and receive tachometer signals from
the fans. SNMP-1000-B2 can only detect fans that emit tachometer signals. This type
of fan generates two pulses per revolution.
2.2.20 External Backup Battery Connector (BT1)
SNMP-1000-B2 supports an external backup battery to maintain alarm notifications
during total system power failures.
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3.1 Configuring SNMP-1000-B2
The SNMP-1000-B2 HTTP intelligent system manager must be configured prior to
use. Configuration can be conducted through a PC serial port using terminal emulator software, such as HyperTerminal in Windows 98/NT, or via the Ethernet port using
Telnet or a browser such as Chrome or Internet Explorer. For security reasons, certain parameters can only be configured via the serial port.
The setup utility software can be found on the utility CD shipped with SNMP-1000B2. This can assist system managers with setting up multiple SNMP-1000-B2 systems with the same configuration. A specific configuration can be saved to a file and
then copied to other modules.
Before configuration, users must install and power up their SNMP-1000-B2 module.
Please refer to Chapter 2 for installation instructions. SNMP-1000-B2 can be connected to a network via the LAN port, or via the serial port connected to the serial port
of a PC. For security reasons, the administrator name and password can only be
changed via the serial port directly connected to a PC.
Note
A unique “null modem” cable is required to connect the module serial
port to a PC serial port. Please ensure that the cable features reversed
Tx and Rx signals at one end and only Pins 2, 3, and 5 are connected.
This type of cable is available from Advantech (part number
1700091801). If other pins are connected, SNMP-1000-B2 will identify
the RS-232 connection as a modem connection and terminate it immediately.
When all cables are connected, SNMP-1000-B2 can be powered up. A green LED on
the kernel module indicates that 5 V of power is being supplied to SNMP-1000-B2.
The system initiates a self-testing procedure that takes approximately 5 seconds to
complete before the system can be used.
3.2 Configuration Via the Serial Port
In this manual, HyperTerminal for Windows (95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, or XP) is used as
an example to demonstrate the configuration process.
1. Start HyperTerminal by accessing the “Accessories” program group.
2. Enter a name and choose an icon for the connection.
3. In the “Connect using” box, select “Direct to COMx”. Here x represents the number of the COM port connected to SNMP-1000-B2.
4. Configure your PC serial port to 9600 bps, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit with
no flow control.
5. After users press “Enter”, the SNMP-1000-B2 prompts for the administrator
name and password. The default administrator name is “advantech” and the
default password is “admin”.
Note
Access through Telnet or via a serial port is only permitted using the
"Admin User Name" and "Admin User Password" set in the Control
Group.
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3.2.1 Agent Configuration
Select "1" to access the Agent Configuration function.
3.2.1.1 Agent Group
The following items can be set under this command:
 SNMP Agent Model Name: The SNMP controller model name.
 The default value is SNMP-1000-B2. We recommend not changing the default
model name.
 IP Address: The IP address of SNMP-1000-B2.
 Gateway Address: The network default gateway address.
 Network Mask: The sub-net mask setting.
 SNMP Agent Date: The internal date of SNMP-1000-B2. Format: mm/dd/yyyy
 SNMP Agent Time: The internal time of SNMP-1000-B2. Format: hh:mm:ss
Enter the number of the field you desire to alter and follow the instructions to input a
new value.
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After entering a password, users can select one of items listed in the image below.
3.2.1.2 Control Group
The following items can be set under this command:
 Admin User Name: The SNMP-1000-B2 administrator user name. Only the
administrator is permitted to input the console mode. The default admin user
name is “advantech”.
 Admin User Password: The administrator password. This password enables
users to read and write to SNMP-1000-B2. The default admin user password is
“admin”.
 Community Read-Only: A general password for read-only access.
 The default read-only password is “public”.
 BOOTP/DHCP Control: Enables/disables the BOOTP/DHCP protocol.
 Telnet Control: Enables/disables the Telnet protocol.
 TFTP Upgrade Control: Enables/disables the TFTP protocol for firmware
upgrades through local networks.
 HTTP Security Control: Enables/disables HTTP login password requests.
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3.2.1.4 Access Control Table
This table allows users to restrict SNMP-1000-B2 access from specific IP addresses.
Users can add IP addresses and set the access control. The configuration options
are NoAccess, Read Only, and Read/Write. Workstations cannot display information
if their IP address is set to “NoAccess”.
Press “1” to modify a line in the table. Press “2” to delete a line of data. This table is
used for access via SNMP and HTTP. Access through Telnet or a serial port is only
permitted using the “Admin User Name” and “Admin User Password” in the Control
Group.
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3.2.1.3 Parameter Group
The following items can be set under this command:
 sysDescription: A description of this system. This is an alphanumeric string of
up to 31 bytes. The default value is empty.
 sysContact: The contact information of the entity managing the system. This is
an alphanumeric string of up to 15 bytes. The default value is empty.
 sysName: The name of this system. This is an alphanumeric string of up to 15
bytes. The default name is “Advantech”.
 sysLocation: The location of this system. This is an alphanumeric string of up to
15 bytes. The default value is empty.
3.2.1.5 Trap Receiver Table
SNMP-1000-B2 can be managed with SNMP-compatible software from a remote
server connected to a network. The IP addresses of SNMP trap receivers can be
added to the list if SNMP-compatible management software is available at the
addresses.
Press “1” to modify a line in the table. Press “2” to delete a line of data. The Severity
Level allows users to specify the alarm level. Traps are not sent if the alarm severity
is lower than the specified level.
3.2.1.6 E-mail Notification Menu
SNMP-1000-B2 can send e-mails to specified e-mail addresses every day at a fixed
time or after an alarm-triggering event.
From this menu, users can configure the following items:
 DNS Address: The IP address of the network domain name server in dotted format.
 Mail Server: The IP address of the mail server in dotted format.
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
Mail Status Daily: Option 5 allows users to specify the time when the SNMP1000-B2 sends daily logs via e-mail to pre-specified accounts.
Mail Receivers Table: Option 6 allows users to specify the receiving e-mail
addresses.
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Mail Account: The account name used for logging SNMP-1000-B2 into the mail
server.
Mail Conditions: This function allows users to specify the conditions for sending an email. The choices include
 Alarm: Send an e-mail when an alarm-triggering event occurs.
 Daily Logs: Send daily logs at a specified time.
 Alarm and Log: Send both alarm-triggered notifications and daily logs.
 Alarm Level: This allows users to set the alarm severity for triggering an alarm
notification. This item is useful when the Mail Condition is set to “Alarm” or
“Alarm and Log”.
 Status: This allows users to set the status of an e-mail address. The status can
be set to Disabled when the address is temporarily not in use.
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3.3.1 Configuration Using Telnet
Configuration using Telnet is basically the same as that via the serial port. First,
ensure that your computer has a TCP/IP network and web browser installed. In the
address line type “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”, with “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” being the IP address of
SNMP-1000-B2. The SNMP-1000-B2 then prompts users to enter a user name and
password, which is the same as described in Section 3.2.
3.3.2 Configuration Using a Web Browser
The easiest way to configure SNMP-1000-B2 is by using a web browser. Input the
URL “http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”, with “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” being the IP address of SNMP1000-B2. The SNMP-1000-B2 then prompts users to enter a user name and password.
3.3.3 Remote Access Via a Telephone Line
SNMP-1000-B2’s command mode can be accessed remotely via a telephone line.
The SNMP-1000-B2 module and your PC must be connected to a telephone line
through a modem. HyperTerminal for Windows or other dialing software tools can be
used for this purpose. Please refer to the user manual of your dialing program for
setup instructions.
3.3.4 Setup Using the LCD Message Display Module
The LCD message display module is equipped with five buttons. The module can be
used for on-site service without a network-connected PC. The up (↑) and down (↓)
arrow keys on the LCD display panel allow users to scroll through the configuration
setup menu. The
icon provides the functions “enter” or “OK”, and the ESC icon
provides the functions “escape” or “cancel”.
When users alter settings and/or wish to access a lower menu level, they must press
“ENTER” to confirm the changes. If users press “ESC”, the system return to a higher
menu level without saving any changes. When an alarm notification is triggered and
warning sounds are emitted, users can press the alarm reset button
audible alarm sounds.
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To communicate with SNMP-1000-B2 over Ethernet, a computer equipped with an
Ethernet and TCP/IP network is required.
Users must obtain the IP address of the SNMP-1000-B2 module to communicate
with it over Ethernet.
There are four methods for determining an IP address.
A. The default IP address is 172.20.x.x, where x.x is the last four digits of the Ethernet MAC address. The MAC address is provided on the kernel module. For example,
if the MAC address is 00 E0 d8 03 15 36 (hexadecimal), the IP address is
172.20.21.54.
B. The IP address can be determined in the console mode, as described in Section
3.2.1.1 under "Agent Configuration".
C. The IP address can be obtained using the LCM display if your SNMP-1000-B2
device is connected to the LCM display module.
D. All SNMP-1000-B2 modules connected to the same network can be identified
using the setup utility.
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3.3 Communication Over Ethernet
Table 3.1: LCD Display Module Function Keys
Keys
Function
Scroll Up
Scroll Down
Enter
ESC
ESC Escape
Alarm Reset
Flowcharts for each function are presented in the following sections. Please note that
not all settings can be accessed via the LCD module. Certain parameters can only be
set under the command mode or via the web page.
3.3.5 Main Menu
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3.3.6 Agent Configuration
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3.3.7 Setting the IP Address
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3.3.8 Enable/Disable the BOOTP/HDCP Function
3.3.9 Agent Information
↑
Enter
Main Menu
Agent Info
Enter
Model Name
SNMP-1000-B1
ESC
↓
↑
Enter
F/W Version
V2.xx
ESC
↓
↑
Enter
System Date
01/31/2001
ESC
↓
↑
Enter
System Time
13:00
ESC
↓
↑
Enter
System Up Time
9999Day 14:25:30
ESC
↓
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3.3.10 Set System Date
Getting Started
3.3.11 Set System Time
3.3.12 View Active Alarms
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3.3.14 View Fan Speed
Getting Started
3.3.15 View Temperature Status
3.3.16 View Watchdog Timer Status
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3.3.18 View Power Supply Status
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3.3.19 View Digital Input Status
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Programming SNMP1000-B2
4.1 Introduction
SNMP-1000-B2 can be accessed and controlled by direct command inputs. With this
function, SNMP-1000-B2 can be easily controlled and integrated into a user’s system
via the appropriate user program.
4.2 Entering the Pass Through Command Mode
Before programming SNMP-1000-B2, users must connect the host computer to
SNMP-1000-B2 via the serial port or Telnet. Follow the steps outlined below to enter
the Pass Through Command mode.
1. Power on SNMP-1000-B2 to allow the device to send the identifying string
"\nAdvantech v2.xx (SNxxxxxx) Ready \n" to the host computer via a COM port.
2. On the host computer side, send a carriage return (enter, or \r).
3. SNMP-1000-B2 then responds by sending the main menu title and a message
requesting that the user name be entered.
"\n\n
+==============================================+
|[ SNMP Agent Configuration Utility Main Menu ] |
+==============================================+
\n
Enter User Name:"
4.
On the host computer side, send the user name \r. SNMP-1000-B2 will respond
with the user name \n\n and request that the password be entered.
Host computer sends:
"advantech\r"
SNMP-1000-B2 responds:
"advantech\n\n Enter Password:"
5.
On the host computer side send the password \r. SNMP-1000-B2 will respond
with the password \n\n\n and access to the main menu.
EX.
Host computer side sends:
"admin\r"
SNMP-1000-B2 responds:
"*****\n\n
+==============================================+
|[ SNMP Agent Configuration Utility Main Menu ]|
+==============================================+
1. Agent Configuration
2. Remote Control
3. Restart Agent
4. Reset Configuration To Default
5. Access Agent Command
0. Exit
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6.
4.3 Command and Response Syntax
The format of commands and responses is displayed as follows:
a. Write command: w!!&xxx
b. Read command: r!!&
c. Response: [repeat received command]\n Response: xxx\n
Command:
w: write command
r: read command
!!: device code
&: device subcode
xxx: value in ASCII code; this can be "Done" or "Invalid" in the SNMP-1000-B2
response.
Examples:
1. Write lower limit of Fan 0 to "1000" rpm
EX.
Host computer side sends:
"w1011000\r"
SNMP-1000-B2 responds:
"w1011000\n Response: Done\n Command:"
2. Read lower limit of Fan 0
EX.
Host computer side sends:
"r101\r"
SNMP-1000-B2 responds:
"r101\n Response: 1000\n Command:"
3. If the input command is incorrect then SNMP-1000-B2 will respond with an
invalid message notification.
EX.
Host computer side sends:
"r905\r"
Here the device subcode is over range.
SNMP-1000-B2 responds:
"r905\n Response: Invalid\n Command:"
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On the host computer side send 5\r. SNMP-1000-B2 will respond 5\n\n and
enter the pass through command mode.
Host computer side sends:
"5\r"
SNMP-1000-B2 responds:
"5\n
Command :"
Once the pass through command mode is entered, SNMP-1000-B2 is ready to
receive commands.
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4.4 List of Device Codes and Subcodes
Device Codes
Code
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Device
Fan
0
Fan
1
Fan
2
Fan
3
Fan
4
Fan
5
Fan
6
Fan
7
Fan
8
Code
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Device
Temp
0
Temp
1
Temp
2
Temp
3
Temp
4
Temp
5
Temp
6
Temp
7
Temp
8
Code
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Device
33V
5V
-5 V
5 Vsb
12 V
-12 V
Code
40
41
Device
CPU
Fan1
CPU
Fan2
Code
50
51
Device
CPU
Temp
CPU
Temp
Code
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
Device
CPU
1
CPU 2
Vcore
VI/O
5V
-5 V
12 V
-12 V
Code
70
71
72
73
Device
Power
0
Power
1
Power
2
Power
3
Code
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
Device
DI 0
DI 1
DI 2
DI 3
DI 4
DI 5
DI 6
DI 7
Code
90
Device
WDT
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1
2
3
4
Fan
Lower
Limit
Upper
Limit
Event
Out
High
Event
Current
Speed
Temp
Alarm
Level
High
Alarm
Lower
Limit
Low Alarm Low Event Current
Level
Output
Temp
Upper
Limit
Normal
Level
Normal
Level
Alarm
Level
Lower
Limit
Alarm
Level
Alarm
Level
Event
Output
Alarm
Level
Event
Output
Event
Output
Current
Status
Event
Out
Current
Status
Current
Status
Current
Voltage
Voltage
Power
DI
WDT
5
6
7
4.5 Summary of Command Set
4.5.1 Fan Read
Command
Device
Device Code
r101
Fan 0
10
r111
Fan 1
11
r181
Fan 8
18
r102
Fan 0
10
r112
Fan 1
11
r182
Fan 8
18
r103
Fan 0
10
r113
Fan 1
11
r183
Fan 8
18
r104
Fan 0
10
r114
Fan 1
11
r184
Fan 8
18
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Device Sub-Item
Device Subcode
Lower Limit
1
Alarm Level
2
Event Output
3
Current Speed
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Device Subcodes
Command Device
Device
Code
w101xxxx
Fan 0
10
w111xxxx
Fan 1
11
w181xxxx
Fan 8
18
w102x
Fan 0
10
w112x
Fan 1
11
Device
Sub-Item
Device
Subcode
Lower Limit 1
Alarm
Level
2
Value (xxxx) Remark
1000 9999
RPM in
ASCII code
1
Not Used
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
w172x
Fan 7
17
4
Major
w182x
Fan 8
18
5
Minor
w103x
Fan 0
10
1
None
w113x
Fan 1
11
2
Power Off
w163x
Fan 6
16
w173x
Fan 7
w183x
Fan 8
3
DO 0
4
DO 1
17
5
DO 2
18
6
DO 3
Event
Output
3
4.5.2 Temperature
Command
Device
Device Code
r201
Temp 0
20
r211
Temp 1
21
r281
Temp 8
28
r202
Temp 0
20
r212
Temp 1
21
r282
Temp 8
28
r203
Temp 0
20
r213
Temp 1
21
r283
Temp 8
28
r204
Temp 0
20
r214
Temp 1
21
r284
Temp 8
28
r205
Temp 0
20
r215
Temp 1
21
r285
Temp 8
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Device Sub-Item
Device Subcode
Upper Limit
1
High Alarm Level
2
High Event Output
3
Lower Limit
4
Low Alarm Level
5
20
r216
Temp 1
21
r286
Temp 8
28
r207
Temp 0
20
r217
Temp 1
21
r287
Temp 8
28
Command
Device
Device
Code
w201xxxxx
Temp 0
20
w211xxxxx
Temp 1
21
Device
Sub-Item
Low Event Output
6
Current Temp
7
Device
Subcode
Upper Limit 1
w281xxxxx
Temp 8
28
w202x
Temp 0
20
w212x
Temp 1
21
Value (xxxx) Remark
Temperature
value in
ASCII, ° C, or
°F
55 ~ 125 (° C)
according to
or
the
-67 ~ 257 (° F)
system setting, max. 5
characters,
incl. "-", "."
1
High Alarm
2
Level
Not Used
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
4
Major
w272x
Temp 7
27
w282x
Temp 8
28
5
Minor
w203x
Temp 0
20
1
None
w213x
Temp 1
21
2
Power Off
3
DO 0
4
DO 1
High Event
3
Output
w263x
Temp 6
26
w273x
Temp 7
27
5
DO 2
w283x
Temp 8
28
6
DO 3
w204xxxxx
Temp 0
20
w214xxxxx
Temp 1
21
Temperature
value in
ASCII, ° C, or
55 ~ 125 (° C) ° F
according to
or
-67 ~ 257 (° F) the system
setting, max.
5 characters,
incl. "-", "."
Lower Limit 4
w284xxxxx
Temp 8
28
w205x
Temp 0
20
w215x
Temp 1
21
w275x
Temp 7
27
w285x
Temp 8
28
Low Alarm
Level
37
5
1
Not Used
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
4
Major
5
Minor
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r206
w206x
Temp 0
20
1
None
w216x
Temp 1
21
2
Power Off
3
DO 0
4
DO 1
Low Event
Output
6
w266x
Temp 6
26
w276x
Temp 7
27
5
DO 2
w286x
Temp 8
28
6
DO 3
4.5.3 Voltage
Command
Device
Device Code Device Sub-Item Device Subcode
r301
3 3V
30
r311
5V
31
r321
-5V
32
r331
5VSB
33
r341
12V
34
r351
-12V
35
r302
3 3V
30
r312
5V
31
r322
-5V
32
r332
5VSB
33
r342
12V
34
r352
-12V
35
r303
3 3V
30
r313
5V
31
r323
-5V
32
r333
5VSB
33
r343
12V
34
r353
-12V
35
r304
3 3V
30
r314
5V
31
r324
-5V
32
r334
5VSB
33
r344
12V
34
r354
-12V
35
r305
3 3V
30
r315
5V
31
r325
-5V
32
r335
5VSB
33
r345
12V
34
r355
-12V
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Upper Limit
1
Lower Limit
2
Alarm Level
3
Event Output
4
Current Voltage
5
Device
Code
Device
Sub-Item
Device
Value(xxxx)
Subcode
w301xxxxxx
3 3V
30
w311xxxxxx
5V
31
w321xxxxxx
-5V
32
w331xxxxxx
5VSB
33
w341xxxxxx
12V
34
w351xxxxxx
-12V
35
w302xxxxxx
3 3V
30
w312xxxxxx
5V
31
w322xxxxxx
-5V
32
w332xxxxxx
5VSB
33
w342xxxxxx
12V
34
w352xxxxxx
-12V
35
w303x
3 3V
30
1
Not Used
w313x
5V
31
2
No Alarm
w323x
-5V
32
w333x
5VSB
33
3
Critical
w343x
12V
34
w353x
-12V
35
4
Major
w304x
3 3V
30
5
Minor
w314x
5V
31
1
None
w324x
-5V
32
2
Power Off
w334x
5VSB
33
3
DO 0
w344x
12V
34
4
DO 1
w354x
-12V
35
5
DO 2
6
DO 3
Upper Limit 1
-15 0 15 0
Lower Limit 2
-15 0 15 0
Alarm
Level
Event
Output
39
3
4
Remark
Voltage value
in ASCII code,
max. 6 characters, incl. "", "." ex.:
03.53-12.5513
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4.5.4 CPU Card
Command
Device
Device Code
r401
CPU 1
40
r411
CPU 2
41
r402
CPU 1
40
r412
CPU 2
41
r403
CPU 1
40
r413
CPU 2
41
r404
CPU 1
40
r414
CPU 2
41
r501
CPU 1
50
r511
CPU 2
51
r502
CPU 1
50
r512
CPU 2
51
r503
CPU 1
50
r513
CPU 2
51
r504
CPU 1
50
r514
CPU 2
51
r505
CPU 1
50
r515
CPU 2
51
r506
CPU 1
50
r516
CPU 2
51
r507
CPU 1
50
r517
CPU 2
51
r601
CPU 1
60
r611
CPU 2
61
r621
CPU VI/O
62
r631
CPU card
63
r641
CPU card -
64
r651
CPU card
65
r661
CPU card -
66
r602
CPU 1
60
r612
CPU 2
61
r622
CPU VI/O
62
r632
CPU card
63
r642
CPU card -
64
r652
CPU card
65
r662
CPU card -
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Device Sub-Item
Device Subcode
Lower Limit
1
Alarm Level
2
Event Output
3
Current Speed
4
Upper Limit
1
High Alarm
Level
2
High Event Output
3
Lower Limit
4
Low Alarm Level
5
Low Event Output
6
Current Temp
7
Upper Limit
1
Lower Limit
2
60
r613
CPU 2
61
r623
CPU VI/O
62
r633
CPU card
63
r643
CPU card -
64
r653
CPU card
65
r663
CPU card -
66
r604
CPU 1
60
r614
CPU 2
61
r624
CPU VI/O
62
r634
CPU card
63
r644
CPU card -
64
r654
CPU card
65
r664
CPU card -
66
r605
CPU 1
60
r615
CPU 2
61
r625
CPU VI/O
62
r635
CPU card
63
r645
CPU card -
64
r655
CPU card
65
r665
CPU card -
66
Command Device
Device
Code
w401xxxx
CPU 1
40
w411xxxx
CPU 2
41
w402x
CPU 1
40
w412x
CPU 2
Command Device
w403x
CPU 1
41
Device
Code
Device
Sub-Item
CPU 2
3
Event Output
4
Current Voltage
5
Device
Subcode
Value (xxxx)
Remark
1000 9999
RPM in
ASCII
1
Not Used
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
4
Major
5
Minor
Value (xxxx)
Remark
1
None
2
Power Off
3
DO 0
4
DO 1
5
DO 2
6
DO 3
Lower Limit 1
Alarm
Level
Device
Sub-Item
2
Device
Subcode
40
Event
Output
w413x
Alarm Level
41
41
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CPU 1
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r603
Command
Device
Device
Code
w501xxxxx
CPU 1
50
w511xxxxx
w502x
w512x
w503x
CPU 2
CPU 1
CPU 2
CPU 1
51
50
Device
Sub-Item
Upper
Limit
Device
Subcode
Value (xxxx) Remark
1
-55 ~ 125
(° C)
or
-67 ~ 257
(° F)
Temperature
value in ASCII,
° C, or ° F
according to the
system setting,
max. 5 characters, incl. "-", "."
1
Not Used
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
4
Major
5
Minor
1
None
2
Power Off
3
DO 0
4
DO 1
5
DO 2
6
DO 3
Temperature
value in ASCII,
° C, or ° F
according to the
system setting,
max. 5 characters, incl. "-", "."
High Alarm
2
Level
51
50
High Event
3
Output
w513x
w504xxxxx
CPU 2
CPU 1
51
50
w514xxxxx
CPU 2
51
Lower
Limit
4
-55 ~ 125
(° C)
or
-67 ~ 257
(° F)
Command
Device
Device
Code
Device
Sub-Item
Device
Subcode
Value (xxxx) Remark
w505x
CPU 1
50
w515x
w506x
CPU 2
CPU 1
51
Low Alarm
5
Level
50
High Event
6
Output
w516x
CPU 2
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1
Not Used
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
4
Major
5
Minor
1
None
2
Power Off
3
DO 0
4
DO 1
5
DO 2
6
DO 3
w601xxxxxx
w611xxxxxx
w621xxxxxx
w641xxxxxx
w651xxxxxx
w661xxxxxx
w602xxxxxx
w612xxxxxx
w622xxxxxx
CPU 1
Vcore
CPU 2
Vcore
CPU VI/O
CPU card
+5V
CPU card
-5V
CPU card
+12V
CPU card
-12V
CPU 1
Vcore
CPU 2
Vcore
CPU VI/O
w662xxxxxx
CPU card
+5V
CPU card
-5V
CPU card
+12V
-12V
Command
Device
w603x
CPU 1
Vcore
CPU 2
Vcore
CPU VI/O
w632xxxxxx
w642xxxxxx
w652xxxxxx
w613x
w623x
w633x
w643x
w653x
w663x
CPU card
+5V
CPU card
-5V
CPU card
+12V
CPU card
-12V
Device
Code
Device
Sub-Item
Device
Subcode
Value (xxxx) Remark
60
61
62
63
Upper Limit 1
64
65
66
-15 ~ 15
60
Voltage
value in
ASCII code,
max. 6
characters,
incl. "-", "."
61
62
63
Lower Limit 2
64
65
66
Device
Code
Device
Sub-Item
Device
Subcode
Value (xxxx) Remark
60
1
Not Used
61
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
65
4
Major
66
5
Minor
Alarm
Level
43
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Device
Chapter 4
Command
w604x
w614x
w624x
w634x
w644x
w654x
w664x
CPU 1
Vcore
CPU 2
Vcore
CPU VI/O
CPU card
+5V
CPU card
-5V
CPU card
+12V
CPU card
-12V
60
1
None
61
2
Power Off
3
DO 0
64
4
DO 1
65
5
DO 2
66
6
DO 3
62
Event
Output
63
Command
Device
Device Code
r701
Power 1
70
r711
Power 2
71
r721
Power 3
72
r731
Power 4
73
Command
Device
Device Code
r702
Power 1
70
r712
Power 2
71
r722
Power 3
72
r732
Power 4
73
r703
Power 1
70
r713
Power 2
71
r723
Power 3
72
r733
Power 4
73
r704
Power 1
70
r714
Power 2
71
r724
Power 3
72
r734
Power 4
73
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Device Sub-Item Device Subcode
Normal Level
44
1
Device Sub-Item Device Subcode
Alarm Level
2
Event Output
3
Current Status
4
Device
Code
w701x
Power 1
70
w711x
Power 2
71
w721x
Power 3
72
w731x
Power 4
73
w702x
Power 1
70
w712x
Power 2
71
w722x
Power 3
72
w732x
Power 4
73
Command
Device
Device
Code
w703x
Power 1
70
w713x
Power 2
71
w723x
Power 3
72
w733x
Power 4
73
Device
Sub-Item
Normal
Level
Alarm
Level
Device
Sub-Item
Event
Output
Device
Subcode
Value (xxxx) Remark
1
High
2
Low
1
Not Used
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
4
Major
5
Minor
Value
(xxxx)
Remark
1
None
2
DO 0
3
DO 1
4
DO 2
5
DO 3
1
2
Device
Subcode
3
4.5.5 Digital Input
Command
Device
Device Code
r801
0I 1
80
r811
0I 2
81
r871
0I 7
87
r802
0I 1
80
r812
0I 2
81
r872
0I 7
87
r803
0I 1
80
r813
0I 2
81
r873
0I 7
87
r804
0I 1
80
r814
0I 2
81
r874
0I 7
87
45
Device Sub-Item
Device Subcode
Normal Level
1
Alarm Level
2
Event Output
3
Current Status
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Command Device
Device
Code
w801x
0I 1
80
w811x
0I 2
81
w871x
0I 7
87
w802x
0I 1
80
w812x
0I 2
81
Device
Sub-Item
Normal
Level
Alarm
Level
Device
Subcode
Value (xxxx) Remark
1
High
2
Low
1
Not Used
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
4
Major
1
2
w862x
0I 6
86
w872x
0I 7
87
5
Minor
w803x
0I 1
80
1
None
w813x
0I 2
81
2
Reset
3
Power Off
4
DO 0
5
DO 1
Event
Output
w843x
0I 4
84
w853x
0I 5
85
w863x
0I 6
86
6
DO 2
w873x
0I 7
87
7
DO 3
3
4.5.6 WDT
Command
Device
Device Code
r901
r902
W0T
90
r903
Command Device
w901x
w902x
W0T
W0T
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Code
90
90
Device
Sub-Item
Alarm
Level
Event
Output
46
Device Sub-Item
Device Subcode
Alarm Level
1
Event Output
2
Current Status
3
Device
Subcode
1
2
Value (xxxx) Remark
1
Not Used
2
No Alarm
3
Critical
4
Major
5
Minor
1
None
2
Power Off
3
DO 0
4
DO 1
5
DO 2
6
DO 3
Appendix
A
Connector Pin
Assignments
A
A.1 External Buzzer Connector (J1)
Pin
Signal
1
Buzzer
2
+5 V
A.2 Bypass Password Protection (MJ1)
Pin
Signal
1
PASS_SET
2
GND
A.3 External Power Connector (CN1)
Pin
Signal
1
+12 V (2 A max.)
2
GND
3G
GND
4
+5 V (2 A max.)
A.4 10/100Base-T LAN Connector (CN2)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
SPLE0 (LAN speed LED)
2
TERMPLANE
3
RX+
4
RX-
5
GND
6
LVCC
7
TX+
8
TX-
9
LILE0 (LAN link LE0)
10
TERMPLANE
11
N/A
12
GND
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Pin
Signal
1
B_SCLK (I2C bus clock)
2
B_SDAT (I2C bus data)
A.6 Temperature Sensor Connectors (CN4 and CN7)
Pin
Signal
1
+5 V
2
T_SCLK
3G
T_SDAT
4
GND
A.7 RS-232 Connector (CN8)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
DCD
2
RX
3
TX
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
RI
10
NC
11
NC
12
NA
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A.5 System SMBus Connector (CN3)
A.8 LCM Message Display Connector (CN10)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
LCM I2C bus data
2
LCM I2C bus clock
3
+12 V
4
GND
5
+5 V
6
+5 V
7
Alarm LED
8
GND
A.9 Kernel Board Connector (CN11)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
SIN
2
SOUT
3
CTS#
4
DCD#
5
RTS#
6
DTR#
7
DSR#
8
Alarm reset
9
ATX ON
10
DO 4
11
GND
12
DO 3
13
Watchdog IN
14
DO 2
15
Watchdog OUT
16
DO 1
17
SPLE0 (LAN
speed LED)
18
DI 1
19
LILED (LAN link
LED)
20
DI 2
21
GND
22
DI 3
23
TX+ (LAN)
24
DI 4
25
TX- (LAN)
26
DI 5
27
RX+ (LAN)
28
DI 6
29
RX- (LAN)
30
DI 7
31
TERMPLANE
32
DI 8
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Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Select 1
2
Select 2
3
Power Good A
4
Power Good B
5
Power Good C
6
Power Good D
7
Alarm LE0
8
FAN 1
9
GND
10
FAN 2
11
GND
12
FAN 3
13
VCC
14
FAN 4
15
VCC
16
FAN 5
17
VCC
18
FAN 6
19
BEEP
20
FAN 7
21
5VSB
22
FAN 8
23
-5V
24
FAN 9
25
+5V
26
B_SCLK (Clock of I2C
bus to system)
27
+3 3V
28
B_SDAT (0ata of I2C
bus to system)
29
-12V
30
T_SCLK (Clock of I2C
bus to sensor)
31
+12V
32
T_SDAT (0ata of I2C
bus to sensor)
A.11 Backplane Voltage Input Connector (CN13)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
+5 VSB
2
GND
3
GND
4
-5V
5
+5 V
6
+3.3 V
7
-12 V
8
+12 V
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A.10 Kernel Board Connector (CN12)
A.12 Digital Input Connectors (DI1 ~ DI8) (CN14)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
DI 1
2
GND
3
DI 2
4
GND
5
DI 3
6
GND
7
DI 4
8
GND
9
DI 5
10
GND
11
DI 6
12
GND
13
DI 7
14
GND
15
DI 8
16
GND
A.13 Digital Output Connectors (DO1 ~ DO4) (CN15)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
DO 1
2
GND
3
DO 2
4
GND
5
DO 3
6
GND
7
DO 4
8
GND
A.14 Alarm Reset Connector (CN17)
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
ARM_RESET
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Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
PG +5 V
3
PG +12 V
4
PG -5 V
5
PG-12 V
6
HDD 1
7
PG LED
8
PF LED# (DO 1)
9
TG LED
10
TF LED# (DO 2)
11
FG LED
12
FF LED# (DO 3)
13
TF LED
14
PG +3 3 V
15
PG 5VSB
Note
The SNMP-1000-B2NMP-1000-B2 uses digital signals DO1, DO2, and
DO3 for the power failure LED (PF_LED#), overheating LED (TF_LED#)
and fan failure LED (FF_LED#), respectively. Users must enable alarms
for the power, temperature, and fan, and select the event output as
DO1, DO2, and DO3 in the "Alarm Configuration" section of the SNMP1000-B2 web management interface.
A.16 CPU Card Interface Connector (CN19)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
HDD Active
2
ATX IN
3
B_SCLK
4
ATX OUT
5
B_SDAT
6
SYSTEM RESET
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A.15 LED Indicator Connector (CN18)
A.17 Chassis and Watchdog Timer Connector (CN20)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
ATX IN
2
ATX OUT
3
GND
4
System Reset
5
Watch Dog Input
6
Watch Dog Output
A.18 Power Good Input Connectors (CN16, CN21 ~
CN24)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
CN16
CN21
1
GND
2
Power Good A
CN22
1
GND
2
Power Good B
CN23
1
GND
2
Power Good C
CN24
1
GND
2
Power Good D
A.19 FAN Connectors (FAN1 ~ FAN9)
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
+12 V
3
FAN Speed
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