SNMP Card
SNMP Card

Integrated with ViewPower software, SNMP Manager works as an enhanced communication solution for UPS monitoring and management. This SNMP manager card allows remote monitor and manage multiple UPSs from anywhere with internet access.

Scudo 400VA/600VA Standby UPS
Scudo 400VA/600VA Standby UPS
Scudo 400VA/600VA Standby UPS
Scudo 400VA/600VA Standby UPS

Allows control and monitoring of multiple UPSs through RJ-45 network connection

Real-time dynamic graphs of UPS data (voltage, frequency, load level, battery level)

Warning notifications via audible alarm, broadcast, mobile messenger, e-mail and SNMP traps

Historic data log stored in centralized PC database

Simple firmware upgrade with one click

Password security protection and remote access management

Supports optional environmental monitoring detector for temperature, humidity and smoke

2-year product warranty


Model

SNMP Manager

Protocol Support

SNMP-V1, SNMP-V2

UPS Slot Type

Golden Finger

Network Support

RJ45 10/100BaseT

Supported MIB

RFC1213, RFC1628, Voltronic MIB

Supported Software

ViewPower

Supported OS

Windows family, Liunx, MAC, and Solaris

Supported Extension Devices

Optional environmental monitoring detector

Power Input

12V

Power Consumption

2 watt (max.)

Operating Temperature

0 ~ 40°C

Operating Humidity

0% ~ 95%

PHYSICAL

Dimension, D x W x H (mm)

23 x 47 x 15

Net Weight (kgs)

34.7 

* Product specifications are subject to change without further notice

 


                                     

      Table of Contents 

1.Introduction

2. SNMP Manager Install, Quick Start and Uninstall 

2.1. Software Installation 

2.2. Software Quick Start 

2.3. Software Uninstall 

3. SNMP Manager GUI

4. SNMP Manager Function Menu 

4.1. System 

4.1.1. Login

4.1.2. Logout 

4.1.3. Quit

4.2. Settings

4.2.1. Basic Info 

4.2.2. IP Setting 

4.2.3. Online upgrade

4.2.4. Password management

4.2.5. Static trap address

4.3. Language 

4.4. Help


1. Introduction

SNMP Manager is a plugin

for ViewPower Pro software. Users can search and operate

all SNMP devices in the LAN via this interface. Then, ViewPower Pro will automatically

search and monitor these SNMP devices.


2. SNMP Manager Install, Quick Start and Uninstall

Supported OS:

Ø Windows 2000

Ø Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008 (32bit

& x64bit)

Ø Windows 7(32bit

& x64bit)

Ø Linux RedHat 8, 9

Ø Linux RedHat Enterprise AS3, AS5, AS6 (32bit)

Ø Linux SUSE 10 (32bit)

Ø Linux Cent OS 5.4 (32bit)

Ø Linux Ubuntu 8.X, 9.X, 10.X (32bit)

Ø Linux Fedora 5

Ø Linux OpenSUSE 11.2 (32bit)

Ø Linux Debian 5.x, 6x (32bit)

Ø Mac OS 10.6(x64bit)

Ø Mac OS 10.7(x64bit)

Ø Solaris 10 for x86 (32bit)


2.1. Software Installation

Install the ViewPower Pro software bundled inside of SNMP agent package.


2.2. Software Quick Start

To launch SNMP Manager, choose “SNMP Manager” by clicking right button of the mouse.

Refer to Diagram 21.

    Diagram 2-1



2.3. Software Uninstall

Since SNMP Manager is a plugin

of Viewpower Pro software, it’s impossible to uninstall

it only.



3. SNMP Manager GUI


The GUI has four sections as marked in the illustration below:


                                                                   Diagram 3-1


A. Function menu offers complete toolset

for navigating and setting the GUI.

B. SNMP device list can list down all SNMP devices located in current IP address.

C. Configuration area includes IP settings, online upgrade, password management,

and static trap address.

D. Output window displays all messages for operations


3.1. SNMP Device List

The default value in window list would be current PC IP address. For example, if IP address

of current PC is “192.168.102.10”, it will display “192.168.102” in list when first enabling

SNMP Manager.


3.1.1. Scan

You may enter specific IP address and then click “Scan” button to search.


3.1.2. Add IP Address

Click “Add” button and it will pop up a window to ask for entering specific IP address. Then,

click “Apply” button to add IP address (Subnet). Refer to Diagram 3-2.


                                                                   Diagram 3-2

3.1.3. Delete IP Address

Select unnecessary IP address from list and click “Del” button to delete from list.


3.1.4. Reset

If it requires restarting the device IP addresses, please select the "SNMP reset enable" and

click on the "Reset" button, then confirm the login, you can restart the device. Steps are as

follows:

Step1: Selected from the IP list of equipment needed to restart IP. At this point, " SNMP

reset enable " will be checked into. Refer to Diagram 3-3.


                                                                   Diagram 3-3


Step2: Check the " SNMP reset enable ". Then "Reset" button will become available Click.

Refer to Diagram 3-4.

                                                                   Diagram 3-4


Step3: Click the "Reset" button, and then prompts the user to confirm the operation.

Refer to Diagram 35.



                                                                   Diagram 3-5


Step4: Select "Yes", you will be prompted to log in, select "No", the suspension of

operation. Refer to Diagram 3-6

                                                                    Diagram 3-6


Step5: Enter the correct password, and then click "Login" button, the target device will be restarted.


NOTE: If before you reboot, change the current device MAC address, and the current device

is the use of DHCP (Automatically obtain IP address), then reboot, you need to

manually click on "Scan" button to scan.   


4. SNMP Manager Function Menu


4.1. System


4.1.1. Login

When remote login to access SNMP devices, it’s necessary to verify ID. The default

password is “12345678”.

Step1: Select System >> Login

Step2: Enter default password and then click “Login” button. Or click “Cancel” to cancel login. Refer to Diagram 4-1.


                                                                   Diagram 4-1



4.1.2. Logout

Clear all currently saved passwords.


4.1.3. Quit

Select “Quick” to exit SNMP Manager.


4.2. Settings

4.2.1. Basic Info

User can enter basic information such as UPS name, Address, Note and so on for SNMP

card manually in order to easily distinguish the SNMP cards. Refer to Diagram 4-2.

                                                               Diagram 4-2


4.2.2. IP Setting


Part 1: Change MAC address

Step 1: IP list, select from the need to modify the MAC address of the device, then

"Change" will be checked into, Refer to Diagram 4-3.

                                                                  Diagram 4-3


Step 2: Check the "Change", then enter the MAC address can be entered into a box,

"Apply" button will become clickable, Refer to Diagram 4-4.


                                                                   Diagram 4-4


Step 3: After modifying MAC address, click "Apply" button, then the user is

prompted to confirm the operation, Refer to Diagram 4-5.

                                                                  Diagram 4-5


Step 4: Confirm the operation; it will prompt "Operation success". Refer to Diagram 46.

                                                                    Diagram 4-6


Part 2: There are two methods to obtain IP address:

l) Automatically obtain IP address (DHCP)

l2)Manually configure IP address


The system will default automatically obtain IP addresses. If there is no this kind of service

provided in LAN, the default IP will display as “192.168.102.230”, Net mask as

“255.255.255.0” and default gateway as “0.0.0.0”. Refer to Diagram 4-7.

                                                                 Diagram 4-7


4.2.3. Online upgrade

There are three methods for online upgrade:

l) Upgrade the selected devices: It will upgrade all SNMP devices listed on the window.

2) Upgrade all unupgraded

devices: It will only upgrade SNMP devices which are not

using the same version as current SNMP device is.

3) Force to upgrade all devices: No matter what kinds of version are used for SNMP

devices listed in the window list, it will upgrade to the version used for current SNMP

device. Refer to Diagram 4-8.

                                                                  Diagram 4-8


Step1: Click “Browse” button to choose program file. Refer to Diagram 4-9.

                                                                 Diagram 4-9


Step2: Click “Upgrade” button to execute upgrade action. Refer to Diagram 4-10.

                                                                 Diagram 4-10



Step3: When upgrade is complete, you may check the message in output window. Refer to

Diagram 4-11.


    

                                                                           Diagram 4-11


NOTE: If abnormal situation occurs during upgrade process, the system will automatically

restart

the upgrade operation. If this interruption occurs five times, then system

will automatically stop this operation. At this time, please check if LAN is working

fine or not.


4.2.4. Password management

You may modify single password for one SNMP device or all passwords for all SNMP

devices. Refer to Diagram 4-12

                                                                   Diagram 4-12


Select Device: Choose to change password for selected SNMP device on the window list

Select all: Choose to change passwords for all SNMP devices on the window list

Operation step: Enter original password, new password, and reenter

new password to

confirm. Then click “Apply” button to complete password change.

NOTE: The length of password is 8~15 digits, if the password modifies operation for all

SNMP devices, all SNMP devices password must be consistent.


4.2.5. Static trap address

You may configure two static trap addresses and change trap port in SNMP Manager.

The default trap port is 162.Refer to Diagram 4-13.

                                                                  Diagram 4-13


NOTE: The SNMP device could provide 2 static trap addresses and 8 dynamic trap

addresses. The SNMP device will automatically load the IP address of host

machine which installed monitoring software as dynamic trap address. If there

are over 10 minutes inactive for the dynamic trap address, then the SNMP

device will automatically release it for to load new dynamic trap.


4.3. Language

SNMP Manager offers 12 languages:

√ Chinese(Simplified)

√ Chinese(Traditional)

√ English

√ German

√ Italian

√ Polish

√ Portuguese

√ Russian

√ Spanish

√ Turkish

√ Ukrainian

√ French

The default language setting would be English.


4.4. Help

l) About: Click “Help” menu and select “About” item. It represents the copyright

information about software

2) Help: Click “Help” menu and select “System help” item. It will open the help manual.

Before operating software, please read manual carefully.