Eaton 100Mb Connectups BD Web Snmp Card Item # 158220
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Network managers need products that give them maximum control of their power environment, and protect their systems from the harmful effects of power irregularities. The ConnectUPS-BD adapters fill a critical market need to be able to remotely monitor the power environment and gracefully shut down protected computer systems with a mixture of various operating systems. ConnectUPS SNMP/Web adapters expand your control and visibility throughout the network, and allow you to track power-related problems anywhere on the network. Along with managing the servers, routers, hubs and other network devices, the UPS can also be monitored and controlled.ConnectUPS SNMP/Web adapter compatibility means that you can simplify your management process by using a web browser such as Netscape or Internet Explorer. The adapters also provide HTTP, Telnet and SNMP compatibility, further enhancing control of power network-wide. ConnectUPS adapters provide a self-contained link between the UPS and Ethernet LAN/WAN, allowing your UPSs to be controlled from the next room, building, state, or even the next country - without putting additional overhead on any server. These dedicated adapters provide the essential network connection and pathway between the UPS and any popular web browser or network management platform. ConnectUPS SNMP/Web adapters also control automatic shutdown of protected computer systems with the use of NetWatch client software. In addition, these adapters offer an e-mail notification feature to provide real-time notification of events.
|weight||4 oz Approximate|
|Proprietary Slot Type||Expansion|
|Certifications & Standards||FCC Class B; RoHS|
|Protocols||SNMP; Telnet; HTTP; DHCP; BootP; RARP; ARP|
|Product Name||100Mb Connectups BD Web Snmp Card|
|ports||1 x RJ-45 10/100Base-TX; 1 x RJ-45 Serial|
|Management||Remote Monitoring; Gracefully shut down protected computer systems; Expand control and visibility throughout the network; Managing the servers, routers, hubs and other network devices|