Model Number: SNMPWEBCARD

SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card, SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems

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Operate any compatible SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS as a managed device on your network. Monitor and control the UPS using an SNMP network management platform, web browser, SSH or telnet.
  • Enables remote UPS management via SNMP, Web, SSH or telnet
  • Sends user-configurable alerts via SNMP, SMS or email
  • Reboots unresponsive equipment without requiring a site visit
  • Allows mass configuration and updating of multiple units
  • Keeps logs of power events, alerts and electrical data
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SNMPWEBCARD SNMP/Web Management Accessory

Overview

The SNMPWEBCARD turns a SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS with an expansion slot into a device you can manage on your network. By inserting the SNMPWEBCARD into the slot and using the SNMP network management platform, web browser, SSH or telnet, you can monitor and control the UPS and data in your server room, data center or network closet.

Keep an eye on site electrical data, UPS self-test logs and logged power events, such as blackouts, brownouts and overvoltages. You can even remotely reboot locked network equipment without disrupting power to other devices when using the SNMPWEBCARD with controllable outlets or remotely switchable outlets available on select Tripp Lite UPS systems. You can also use the SNMPWEBCARD to copy the configuration of a networked UPS and transfer it to another device.

Two-tier access allows two people to log into the web browser to monitor or control the UPS, while more than two can simultaneously view activity. If an electrical or UPS problem occurs on-site, you’ll be notified immediately via email, SMS or SNMP trap. Real-time clock support maintains current day and date even after a UPS shutdown. NTP (Network Time Protocol) support enables automatic updates to the real-time clock from an NTP server.

Multiple protocols are supported, including IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, SNMPv3, Telnet, SSH, FTP, DHCP, BOOTP and SCP. DHCP/Manual configuration support enables network settings to be assigned automatically or manually.

Features

Enhanced UPS Management and Control
  • Makes any slot-equipped SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS a managed network device
  • Remotely monitor site electrical data, UPS self-test logs, alert logs and logged power events like blackouts, brownouts and overvoltages
  • Reboot locked network equipment without disrupting power to other loads(when used with controllable outlets or remotely switchable outlets on select UPS systems)
  • Enables the configuration of a networked UPS to be copied and transferred to multiple devices
  • Monitor temperature and humidity, as well as alarm, security and telecom devices(with optional ENVIROSENSE module, sold separately)


Flexible Access
  • Two-tier access—two users can monitor or control the UPS at the same time
  • Multiple users can view activity simultaneously
  • Monitor and manage remotely via Telnet, SNMP, SSH or the web
  • Create an encrypted connection via web browser using optional SSL setting


Advanced Network Management Tools
  • Shut down remote operating systems via your network(OS must have PowerAlert Network Shutdown Agent version 57 installed)
  • Receive alert notifications via email, SMS or SNMP trap
  • Real-time clock support maintains current day/date even after UPS shutdown


Broad Compatibility
  • Support multiple protocols, including IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, SNMPv3, Telnet, SSH, FTP, DHCP, BOOTP and SCP
  • 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing ensures optimal communication compatibility with current 10/100 Base-T network
  • DHCP/Manual configuration support enables automatic or manual assignment of network settings


TAA-Compliant
  • Compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act(TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases

System Requirements

  • UPS or PDU with SNMPWEBCARD slot
  • Web browser and JRE 1.7.0_13 or later, including Java 8 (1.8.0_40 or later). NOTE: the Java UI requires the 64-bit Java plug-in if using a 64-bit browser.
  • Firmware compatible with PowerAlert Network Shutdown Agent v0057 (Windows). It is NOT compatible with v0054.

Package Includes

  • SNMPWEBCARD SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card
  • Configuration cable (73-1025)
  • Faceplates
  • Installation Manual
TAA compliant
RoHS compliant
VMware ready application

Specifications

OVERVIEW
Power Management Type Hardware
WARRANTY
Product Warranty Period (Worldwide) 2-year limited warranty

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Tripp LiteSNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems
 
3.2

(based on 9 reviews)

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3.0

Good but needs work

By IT Guy

from WA

Verified Reviewer

Comments about Tripp Lite SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems:

This is a great tool for monitoring your UPS. It can provide email alerts for such things as temperature, which is what we primarily use it for, however the email's don't contain the current temp so you have to log into the web interface which leads me to my next issue. This is a Java based web interface and in order to use it you have to revert back to old versions or make changes to Java's security files. Either method doesn't seem acceptable and a change should be made to how this interface operates. Who wants to get an alert, find out they upgraded to a new version of Java, have to uninstall that version, reinstall an outdated version, allow for all of the Java security warnings (which seems to only work in Firefox) and then hope for the best? Not me. Good idea, poor execution. I still would recommend it because I don't see a better option at this point. Change the web interface and Tripplite has a winner.

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2.0

Overall unreliable, poor design and Java needs to die.

By Nick

from Fort Worth, TX

Comments about Tripp Lite SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems:

I have used the Tripp-Lite SNMP Web Card devices to mannage our UPS for almost 8 years and have them installed in 20 devices. The latest firmware revision requires reboot every 6-9 months to keep it operational. Sometimes the web server dies, but you can still reach it from ssh/telnet. The only way to reboot the device and restore connectivity is to physically remove it from the UPS housing. First they need to make the device more reliable and is they are unable to do that, they need to put a reset button on it. Getting to the device at the bottom of the server cabinet is not easy and the dinky screws they use on the faceplate are easily lost. The requirement to have JAVA installed in the browser is unfortunate. With the inherent security risk of having JAVA installed, the steps browser manufacturers are taking to prevent it from running and Oracle's decision to EOL the plugin, Tripp-Lite needs to move to HTML 5.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Too much bugs with firmwares

By Marc

from Canada

Comments about Tripp Lite SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems:

We've 10 snmpwebcard and there's a lot of problem with firmware. At the beginning, we've to reboot the card randomly about 1-2 times a year. We update to the latest firmware, it all works on 8 cards but scrap one card (the card hang up during the process and become unusable) and the other one I've to call the support back to be able to access it again.

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1.0

Do not buy this web interIace until it is redesigned.

By Steve

from Mankato, MN

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems:

This external control interface should be split into separate legacy and Ethernet products so that the cost can be reduced. The Ethernet interface should be embedded in the standard product and included in the price. At ~$200 this interfaced is well outside the cost range that would be acceptable for most applications using UPS's at <2KW. In my case it added 33% to the total cost of the UPS. The Java implementation of this control interface is cumbersome, finicky, and does not play well in the Windows environment. It requires clearing browser cache, adding the IP address to the Compatibility list (every time cache is cleared), and denying Java updates when it tries to execute. In addition, you must make sure your browser zoom is set to 100% or you will get only a partial view of the page. As of this writing it requires an older version of Java to run. No estimated time for a fix is available. It does not work at all with Chrome at this moment. The Java applet implementation should be thrown out and replaced with a more modern HTML5-based implementation.

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5.0

Worthwhile accessory for Tripp Lite UPS systems

By Scooter

from Solon, Ohio

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems:

web card is used to monitor and send email alerts for out of threshold conditions. The ability to add the envirosense and tie it to the same monitoring/alert system is very handy. The card has a lot of options and setup features and is not the easiest tool of it's kind to set up but once set up it works every bit as well as expected from a Tripp Lite product.

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4.0

Works great!

By Sean the codemonkey

from Kansas City, MO

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems:

This device does what it's meant to do. All the important information is now remotely available. The user interface is a Java applet so it's platform agnostic as long as your browser supports the Java plugin. The user interface is a little sluggish, but it's not a real nuisance since administration is not something that is required frequently.

I must mention, I messed up the first firmware upgrade which required some assistance from support. It was a fault of mine, not the device. I submitted a support case via the support web application and the issue was resolved in a day. I was very pleased with the support teams ability to quickly resolve my issue.

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4.0

Great Product

By mar2013

from Undisclosed

Comments about Tripp Lite SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems:

This is a great product for monitoring. Currently in our data center we attempt to manage everything we can virtually so this product was put to great use in the production environment. The only current issue is, every time we make a settings change we seem to be locked out of the system for a great deal of time. Example, after we updated in "Network" the DNS settings we had to wait about 24 hours before we could log into the system again. The same was true when we updated passwords as well. Not sure if this is suppose to work like this or not. However, aside from the 24 hour lock out period following a change the product works well.

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5.0

What every UPS should have!

By Lon

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Comments about Tripp Lite SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems:

This card works very well and has an easy web interface. Using a computer to monitor a UPS is crazy, everything needs to be managed from a network connection. My only complaint is the cost to add this card. Would it really cost that much more to build a network port in every UPS?

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4.0

Solid Web Management Card

By rxsystems

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Comments about Tripp Lite SNMP/Web Management Accessory Card SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS Systems:

This card works very well for me. It gives me the information that I need. I was able to easily integrate it with Spiceworks, our IT monitoring software. I also use the Envirosense card and use it to double check our facilities based temperature and humidity monitoring.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Follow the steps below to delete Dat files for SNMPWEBCARD (firmware version 5x or earlier):
1. Access the SNMPWEBCARD's administrative page by entering http://ip_address/admim.htm in the address field of the web browser. Replace ip_address with the actual IP address of the card.
2. Click on the Delete All Data Files button.
3. The card will reboot.
4. After the card completes its reboot, access it through a web browser.
To reset the SNMPWEBCARD to the default values, follow these steps:
1. Connect the configuration cable to the SNMPWEBCARD and computer.
2. Open a terminal emulation program, like PuTTY or Tera Term, and configure with the following settings: Baud: 9600 Data: 8 bit Parity: None Stop bit: 1 Flow control: None
3. Press the Reset button or reseat the SNMPWEBCARD.
4. After the SNMPWEBCARD displays “Press any key within 5 seconds to change these settings,” press a keyboard key.
5. When asked “Press A to Accept the settings, or M to Modify?”, enter M to modify settings on the card.
6. Log in to the card using the root password that was configured (TrippLite is the default).
7. When asked “Reset configuration and root password to default values?”, enter Y. Note: If you previously changed the root password, this step will reset it to TrippLite.
8. When asked “Reset Operating System configuration (Advanced) [N]?”, press the Enter key on the keyboard to accept the default value.
9. The next question is “Obtain IPv4 settings automatically using DHCP for Ethernet interface?” The default Y or N depends on how the card was previously configured. To accept a DHCP address lease, type Y and press the Enter key. To configure a static IP address, Type N and press the Enter key. Note: If assigning a static IP address, only configure the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address.
10. Respond to the remaining questions with default responses by pressing the Enter key. (You will not need to enter the Advanced Settings mode.)
11. SNMPWEBCARD will save the changes and reboot. During the reboot process, do not press any keys on the keyboard. Reboot may take approximately 2 to 5 minutes to complete.
12. Shortly after the Starting Telnet on port 5214 text is displayed in the terminal emulator, both LEDs on the SNMPWEBCARD will illuminate.
13. The procedure is complete. You can now access your SNMPWEBCARD through Telnet/SSH, HTTP/HTTPS, or SNMP with its default credentials.
1. A reboot can be accomplished in a few ways:
        a. Remove the SNMPWEBCARD from the accessory slot (if applicable), and then re-seat the SNMPWEBCARD back into the accessory. This will restart the card. (Note: The SNMPWEBCARD can be re-seated while the connected load is running.)
        b. Using a small paper clip, press the reset button through the small hole on the face plate (below the RJ45 network port). This will restart the card.
        c. During the boot process, press any key. A prompt will appear for a username and password. Enter the username and password (see defaults below), and then type reboot. This will restart the card. 
            12.06.00xx SNMPWEBCARD: Enter the default username localadmin and the default password localadmin
            12.04.00xx SNMPWEBCARD: Enter the default username admin and the default password admin
2. Both LEDs on the SNMPWEBCARD will illuminate.
3. The reboot procedure is complete. You can now access your SNMPWEBCARD through Telnet/SSH, HTTP/HTTPS, or SNMP with its default credentials.
Follow the instructions below to create a configuration file on an SNMPWEBCARD (firmware version 5X and earlier). The SNMPWEBCARD can maintain a copy of its current configuration as a backup in the event of system problems or to configure other SNMPWEBCARDs via FTP.
1. To generate a configuration file (paconfig.ini), navigate to the IP address of the SNMPWEBCARD using a web browser.
2. Configure the SNMPWEBCARD with the desired settings. This involves configuring and saving data (Contacts, Events, Actions and other settings) in the SNMPWEBCARD interface.
3. When all desired settings have been updated and saved, click the Settings menu button and the System submenu button to display the Settings > System page.
4. Click the ConfigFile tab.
5. Click the Write button. Note: When writing out a config file, it is not available until the green light on the card stops blinking. This may take several minutes for the configuration file to be present.
6. You will be prompted with a login screen, at which time you may enter administrator username and password. (admin/admin is the default)
7. Click the View button to open the file.
8. Save the file as paconfig.ini in the directory where the configuration file is to be stored.
1. Add an SNMP Contact by selecting the New button.
2. Enter trap recipient IP Address, Community, and Trap Port in the appropriate fields.
3. Select the Save Changes button.
4. Navigate to Settings => Events. In the Events menu, highlight and select one of the events. The most common event for a UPS would be the “On Battery” event.
5. Click on SNMP Trap Notification for the event that was selected.
6. An SNMP Notification settings window will appear. Highlight (blue background) the IP address on the right-hand pane. Note: If the IP address is not highlighted, the SNMPWEBCARD will not send SNMP traps to that recipient.
7. Configure the notification times for initial notification (top) and for recurrent trap notifications (bottom).
8. Select the Save Changes button.
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Additional FAQs may be available on the SNMPWEBCARD model support page.


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