SNMP-NET is an interface between the EnterprisePlus or Endeavor UPS and the network. It can obtain the status from a UPS and issue commands to it. SNMP-NET supports two kinds of protocols -- SNMP and HTTP for user access. Through the SNMP NMS and web browser, the user can obtain the UPS status; issue commands to UPS and set-up the SNMP-NET through the network. SNMP-NET also provides shutdown software for various operating systems. The shutdown software that runs under various OS can link to the SNMP-NET automatically through the network and communicate with SNMP-NET via SNMP protocol. The shutdown software retrieves UPS information from SNMP-NET. The shutdown software will then proceed to the shutdown process in order to prevent the abnormal shutoff of host or server due to power events.
- Network connection through RJ45 connector - Allows connection of the UPS directly to the Ethernet network through a RJ45 connector without using RS232 ports on the computer and without loading any individual UPS management software on the network server.
- Network UPS management - Allows remote management of the UPS from any workstation through Internet or Intranet.
- Remote UPS monitoring via SNMP, HTTP - Allows monitoring of the UPS using the MIB (Management Information Base), or an Internet Browser.
- Configure UPS and system functions from any client (password protected) - Configure the UPS and the system parameters from any SNMP management station or through an Internet Browser using HTTP forms and objects.
- Event logs & Metering data stored in the EEPROM - Provides historical data of UPS' power events, power quality, current status and battery condition.
- Multiple server shutdown - The shutdown software included provides an automatic shutdown either pre-programmed by administrator or when critical power events occur.
- Notification of users via SNMP Traps and e-mail through SMTP
- Other features include - Network Time Protocol supported; Telnet support for configuration; BOOTP/DHCP supported; NetBIOS Name Service supported; & MD5 HTTP security