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SNMP and Ups's

SNMP and Ups's

SNMP and Ups's

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Is there a product on the market that will monitor ups's on a network and notify via snmp, or any other means, when a ups is on battery or has a failure? I have numerous ups's attached to switches in remote locations through-out my network and would like to know when they have a problem. There are no workstations attached to these ups's. I know several brands of Ups's offer snmp cards but they all seem to need a pc attached to send notifications.

Thank You in advance
PaulV

RE: SNMP and Ups's

Also check out IP-based programs like www.netbrowser.com that tie all UPSs, fire panels, camera and even air conditioners together without a PC.

RE: SNMP and Ups's

Check sensorArray 2 from AKCP Inc (www.akcpinc.com). This product is capable of checking the UPS status and alert you via Email and SNMP. You can manage this device from remote palce as well.

Alex

RE: SNMP and Ups's

I suggest you to check again this products you mention; because for more that I try I coan not remember any SNMP card for UPS that needs to be attached to a PC (ussually they have a 10BT port).

Jose P. Mir
jpm@jpmir.net

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