APC MGE Galaxy 300 User's Guide

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Page 1 - User’s Guide

User’s GuideAP9635NetworkManagement Card

Page 2 - 동봉된 CD 안에 한국어 매뉴얼이 있습니다

Network Management Card User’s Guide1IntroductionProduct DescriptionFeaturesThe American Power Conversion Network Management Card (AP9635) is a Web-ba

Page 3 - Contents

Network Management Card User’s Guide91Appendix A: List of Supported Commands?aboutalarmcount [-p [all | warning | critical]]boot [-b <dhcp | bootp

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92Network Management Card User’s Guidetcpip[-S [enable | disable]][-i <IP address>][-s <subnet mask>][-g <gateway>][-d <domain na

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Network Management Card User’s Guide93web[-S <disable | http | https>][-ph <http port #>][-ps <https port #>]xferINIxferStatus

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94Network Management Card User’s GuideTwo-Year Factory WarrantyThis warranty applies only to the products you purchase for your use in accordance with

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5/2011990-3197B-001APC Worldwide Customer SupportCustomer support for this or any other APC product is available at no charge in any of the following

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2Network Management Card User’s GuideInitial setupYou must define three TCP/IP settings for the Network Management Card before it can operate on the n

Page 10 - Introduction

Network Management Card User’s Guide3Access priority for logging onOnly one user at a time can log on to the Management Card. The priority for access,

Page 11 - Internal Management Features

4Network Management Card User’s GuideHow to Recover from a Lost PasswordYou can use a local computer that connects to the Management Card through the

Page 12 - Types of user accounts

Network Management Card User’s Guide5Front PanelFeaturesItem Description1USB ports Reserved for future use.2Universal I/O sensor port Connects externa

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6Network Management Card User’s GuideStatus LEDThis LED indicates the status of the Management Card.Link-RX/TX (10/100) LEDThis LED indicates the netw

Page 14 - Front Panel

Network Management Card User’s Guide7Watchdog FeaturesOverviewTo detect internal problems and recover from unanticipated inputs, the Management Card u

Page 15 - Status LED

8Network Management Card User’s GuideCommand Line InterfaceHow To Log OnOverviewYou can use either a local (serial) connection, or a remote (Telnet or

Page 16 - Watchdog Features

Network Management Card User’s Guide9Local access to the command line interface. For local access, use a computer that connects to the Management Card

Page 17 - Command Line Interface

10Network Management Card User’s GuideUp Time: 0 Days 21 Hours 21 Minutes• Two fields report when you logged in, by date and time.Date : 03/30/2009Ti

Page 18 - Main Screen

This manual is available in English on the enclosed CD.Dieses Handbuch ist in Deutsch auf der beiliegenden CD-ROM verfügbar.Este manual está disponibl

Page 19 - Main screen status fields

Network Management Card User’s Guide11Using the Command Line InterfaceOverviewThe command line interface provides options to configure the network set

Page 20 - Command syntax

12Network Management Card User’s GuideSyntax examplesA command that supports multiple options: user [-an <admin name>] [-ap <admin password&g

Page 21 - Command Response Codes

Network Management Card User’s Guide13Command Descriptions?Access: Administrator, Device UserDescription: View a list of all the CLI commands availabl

Page 22 - Command Descriptions

14Network Management Card User’s GuidebootAccess: Administrator onlyDescription: Define how the Management Card will obtain its network settings, incl

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Network Management Card User’s Guide15consoleAccess: Administrator onlyDescription: Define whether users can access the command line interface using

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16Network Management Card User’s GuideExample 2: To define the date as October 30, 2010, using the format configured in the preceding example, type:da

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Network Management Card User’s Guide17eventlogAccess: Administrator, Device UserDescription: View the date and time you retrieved the event log, the s

Page 26 - SPACEBAR

18Network Management Card User’s GuideftpAccess: Administrator onlyDescription: Enable or disable access to the FTP server. Optionally, change the por

Page 27 - help command: user help

Network Management Card User’s Guide19netstatAccess: Administrator, Device UserDescription: View the status of the network and all active IPv4 and IPv

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20Network Management Card User’s GuideportSpeedAccess: AdministratorDescription: Example: To configure the TCP/IP port to communicate using 100 Mbps w

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ContentsNetwork Management Card User’s GuideiIntroduction ... 1Product Description .

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Network Management Card User’s Guide21radiusAccess: Administrator onlyDescription: View the existing RADIUS settings, enable or disable RADIUS authent

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22Network Management Card User’s GuideresetToDefAccess: Administrator onlyDescription: Example: To reset all of the configuration changes except the

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Network Management Card User’s Guide23tcpipAccess: Administrator onlyDescription: Manually configure these network settings for the Management Card: E

Page 33 - Option Argument Description

24Network Management Card User’s GuidetlsAccess: Administrator onlyDescription: Manually configure the TLS settings for the Management Card. TLS is an

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Network Management Card User’s Guide25uioAccess: Administrator, Device UserDescription: This command is available for an AP9631 and AP9635 Network Ma

Page 35 - Access: Administrator only

26Network Management Card User’s GuideuserAccess: Administrator onlyDescription: Configure the user name and password for each account type, and confi

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Network Management Card User’s Guide27webAccess: AdministratorDescription: Enable access to the Web interface using HTTP or HTTPS. For additional secu

Page 37 - Web Interface

28Network Management Card User’s GuideWeb InterfaceIntroductionOverviewThe Web interface provides options to manage the Management Card and view the s

Page 38 - URL address formats

Network Management Card User’s Guide29URL address formatsType the DNS name or IP address of the Management Card in the Web browser’s URL address field

Page 39 - Home Page

30Network Management Card User’s GuideHome PageOverviewOn the Home page of the interface, displayed when you log on, you can view active alarm conditi

Page 40 - Quick Links

Network Management Card User’s GuideiiCommand Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13? . . . . . . . .

Page 41 - Overview Page

Network Management Card User’s Guide31How to Use the Tabs, Menus, and LinksTabsIn addition to the tab for the Home page, the following tabs are displa

Page 42 - Status Page

32Network Management Card User’s GuideMonitor the UPS and Configure ShutdownsOverview PageThe Overview page is displayed by default when you click the

Page 43 - The PowerChute Option

Network Management Card User’s Guide33• In a list:– Input Voltage: The AC voltage (VAC) being received by each phase of the UPS. – Output Voltage: Th

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34Network Management Card User’s GuideThe PowerChute OptionThe PowerChute option, available in the left navigation menu of the UPS tab, enables you to

Page 45 - The About Option

Network Management Card User’s Guide35PowerChute Network Shutdown configuration parametersNote: By default, the PowerChute clients initiate a graceful

Page 46 - Environmental Monitoring

36Network Management Card User’s GuideThe About OptionThis option provides the following information about the UPS:• Model: The model name of the UPS.

Page 47 - Temperature and Humidity Page

UPS Network Management Card 2 User’s Guide37Environmental MonitoringNote: If you install a Dry Contact I/O Accessory, AP9810, at your Network Manageme

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38UPS Network Management Card 2 User’s GuideTemperature and Humidity PageBrief statusClick Temp & Humidity on the left navigation menu to display

Page 49 - Input Contacts Page

UPS Network Management Card 2 User’s Guide39Example of falling but wavering temperature: The minimum temperature threshold is 55°F, and the temperatur

Page 50 - About Page

40UPS Network Management Card 2 User’s GuideInput Contacts PageBrief statusClick Input Contacts on the left navigation menu to display the name, alarm

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Network Management Card User’s GuideiiiHome Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30Overview

Page 52 - Use the Event and Data Logs

UPS Network Management Card 2 User’s Guide41Output Relay PageThis option is only available for devices with installed Dry Contact I/O Accessories. Sel

Page 53 - Data log

42UPS Network Management Card 2 User’s GuideConfiguring the Control PolicyFor an AP9631 Network Management Card with up to two connected Dry Contact I

Page 54 - To delete the data log:

Network Management Card User’s Guide43LogsUse the Event and Data LogsEvent logPath: Logs > Events > optionsYou can view, filter, or delete the e

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44Network Management Card User’s GuideNote: Events are processed through the filter using OR logic. • Events that you do not select from the Filter By

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Network Management Card User’s Guide45To display the data log (Logs > Data > log): • By default, view the data log as a page of the Web interfa

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46Network Management Card User’s GuideGraphing large amounts of data may cause performance problems on the computer and Web browser you are using. Red

Page 58 - Syslog servers

Network Management Card User’s Guide47To resize the data log (Logs > Data > size): By default, the data log stores 400 events. You can change th

Page 59 - Administration: Security

48Network Management Card User’s GuideTo use SCP to retrieve the files. To use SCP to retrieve the event.csv file, use the following command:scp usern

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Network Management Card User’s Guide49Syslog serversAdministrators can configure up to four Syslog servers to recieve notifications of events. Managin

Page 61 - Configuring the RADIUS Server

50Network Management Card User’s GuideAdministration: SecurityLocal UsersSetting user accessPath: Administration > Security > Local Users > o

Page 62 - Inactivity Timeout

Network Management Card User’s GuideivLogs... 43Use the Event and Data Lo

Page 63 - TCP/IP settings

Network Management Card User’s Guide51Select one of the following:• Local Authentication Only: RADIUS is disabled. Local authentication is enabled.• R

Page 64 - DHCP response options

52Network Management Card User’s GuideConfiguring the RADIUS ServerSummary of the configuration procedureYou must configure your RADIUS server to work

Page 65 - Ping Response

Network Management Card User’s Guide53Inactivity Timeout Path: Administration > Security > Auto Log OffUse this option to configure the time (3

Page 66 - Port Speed

54Network Management Card User’s GuideAdministration: Network FeaturesTCP/IP and Communication SettingsTCP/IP settings Path: Administration > Netwo

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Network Management Card User’s Guide55DHCP response optionsEach valid DHCP response contains options that provide the TCP/IP settings that the Managem

Page 68 - on the

56Network Management Card User’s Guidedownload the .ini file. After the download, the Management Card uses the .ini file as a boot file to reconfigure

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Network Management Card User’s Guide57Port Speed Path: Administration > Network > Port SpeedThe Port Speed setting defines the communication spe

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58Network Management Card User’s Guide• Select test to send a DNS query that tests the setup of your DNS servers: –As Query Type, select the method t

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Network Management Card User’s Guide59WebPath: Administration > Network > Web > optionsOption Descriptionaccess To activate changes to any of

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60Network Management Card User’s GuideConsole Path: Administration > Network > Console > optionsNote: To use SSH, you must have an SSH client

Page 73 - FTP Server

Network Management Card User’s GuidevFTP Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64Administr

Page 74 - Administration: Notification

Network Management Card User’s Guide61SNMPAll user names, passwords, and community names for SNMP are transferred over the network as plain text. If y

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62Network Management Card User’s GuideSNMPv3Path: Administration > Network > SNMPv3 > optionsFor SNMP GETs, SETs, and trap receivers, SNMPv3

Page 76 - E-mail notification

Network Management Card User’s Guide63ModbusPath: Administration > Network > Modbus > serial (or TCP)Enable or disable access to the Modbus s

Page 77 - Setting Description

64Network Management Card User’s GuideFTP Server Path: Administration > Network > FTP ServerThe FTP Server settings enable (by default) or disab

Page 78 - SNMP Trap Test

Network Management Card User’s Guide65Administration: NotificationEvent Actions Path: Administration > Notification > Event Actions > options

Page 79 - Remote Monitoring Service

66Network Management Card User’s GuideConfiguring by event. To define event actions for an individual event:1. Select the Administration tab, Notifica

Page 80 - Syslog Settings

Network Management Card User’s Guide67Active, Automatic, Direct NotificationE-mail notificationOverview of setup. Use the Simple Mail Transfer Protoco

Page 81 - Set the Date and Time

68Network Management Card User’s GuideE-mail recipients. Path: Administration>Notification>E-mail>recipientsIdentify up to four e-mail recipi

Page 82 - Use an .ini File

Network Management Card User’s Guide69SNMP trapsTrap Receivers. Path: Administration > Notification > SNMP Traps > trap receiversView trap re

Page 83 - Specify a default login page

70Network Management Card User’s GuideTo. Select the IP address or host name to which a test SNMP trap will be sent. If no trap receiver is configured

Page 84 - About the Management Card

Network Management Card User’s GuideviUse the Wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77Configure t

Page 85 - Installation

Network Management Card User’s Guide71Syslog Settings. Path: Logs > Syslog > settingsSyslog test and format example. Path: Logs > Syslog >

Page 86 - Use the Wizard

72Network Management Card User’s GuideAdministration: General OptionsIdentification Path: Administration > General > IdentificationDefine the Na

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Network Management Card User’s Guide73Daylight saving Path: Administration>General>Date & Time>daylight savingEnable traditional United S

Page 88 - Detailed procedures

74Network Management Card User’s GuideEvent Log, Temperature Units, and Log-In Page Path: Administration > General > PreferencesColor-code event

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Network Management Card User’s Guide75Reset the Management CardPath: Administration > General > Reset/RebootConfigure LinksPath: Administration

Page 90 - Messages in config.ini

76Network Management Card User’s GuideDevice IP Configuration WizardCapabilities, Requirements, and InstallationHow to use the Wizard to configure TCP

Page 91 - Related Topics

Network Management Card User’s Guide77Use the WizardNote: Most software firewalls must be temporarily disabled for the Wizard to discover unconfigured

Page 92 - File Transfers

78Network Management Card User’s GuideConfigure or reconfigure the TCP/IP settings locally1. Contact your network administrator to obtain valid TCP/IP

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Network Management Card User’s Guide79How to Export Configuration SettingsRetrieving and Exporting the .ini FileSummary of the procedureAn Administrat

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80Network Management Card User’s GuideCustomizing. You must customize the file before you export it.1. Use a text editor to customize the file. – Sect

Page 95 - ENTER key twice, or

Network Management Card User’s GuideviiAppendix A: List of Supported Commands ...91Two-Year Factory Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Page 96 - Last Transfer Result codes

Network Management Card User’s Guide81The Upload Event and Error MessagesThe event and its error messagesThe following event occurs when the receiving

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82Network Management Card User’s GuideRelated TopicsOn Windows operating systems, instead of transferring .ini files, you can use the Device IP Config

Page 98 - Troubleshooting

Network Management Card User’s Guide83File TransfersHow to Upgrade FirmwareBenefits of upgrading firmwareWhen you upgrade the firmware on the Network

Page 99 - SNMP Issues

84Network Management Card User’s GuideNote: In manual upgrades, load the boot monitor module first, then the American Power Conversion operating syste

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Network Management Card User’s Guide85To transfer the files:1. Open a command prompt window of a computer on the network. Go to the directory that con

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86Network Management Card User’s GuideUse FTP or SCP to upgrade multiple Management Cards. To upgrade multiple Network Management Cards using an FTP c

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Network Management Card User’s Guide87Use a USB drive to transfer the filesNote: Before starting the transfer, make sure the USB drive is formatted in

Page 103 - Two-Year Factory Warranty

88Network Management Card User’s GuideAdding and Changing Language PacksNote: Language packs are not available for the MGE Galaxy 300 or MGE Galaxy 70

Page 104 - Warranty claims

Network Management Card User’s Guide89TroubleshootingManagement Card Access ProblemsFor problems that are not described here, see the troubleshooting

Page 105 - 5/2011990-3197B-001

90Network Management Card User’s GuideSNMP IssuesProblem SolutionUnable to perform a GET• Verify the read (GET) community name (SNMPv1) or the user pr

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