HPE DirectFlow UPS Management Module User Guide

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1 HPE DirectFlow UPS Management Module User Guide Abstract This document includes installation, configuration, and operation information for the HPE DirectFlow UPS Management Module software. This document is for the person who installs and maintains power products. Hewlett Packard Enterprise assumes you are qualified in the servicing of high-voltage equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in products with hazardous energy levels. Part Number: R November 2015 Edition: 2

2 Copyright 2014, 2015 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for Hewlett Packard Enterprise products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Hewlett Packard Enterprise shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. Confidential computer software. Valid license from Hewlett Packard Enterprise required for possession, use or copying. Consistent with FAR and , Commercial Computer Software, Computer Software Documentation, and Technical Data for Commercial Items are licensed to the U.S. Government under vendor s standard commercial license. Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Server are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

3 Contents Overview... 5 HPE DirectFlow UPS Management Module features... 5 Management Module card overview... 5 Management Module interface overview... 7 Accessing the management module... 8 Web interface requirements... 8 Security considerations overview... 8 Browser security alert... 9 Establishing a secure session for Internet Explorer... 9 Establishing a secure session for Firefox Establishing a secure session for Mozilla Accessing the DirectFlow UPS Management Module Launching a terminal emulation program Launching a telnet session UPS Management Module Service Menu Navigating the Service Menu Service Menu Module Configuration submenu System Information submenu System Setup submenu UPS Management Module web interface Navigating the web interface Launching a web browser Signing in to the web interface Using the Management Module menus and controls Home tab Logs tab Setup tab Help tab Configuring battery charge power level switching Setting up the Management Module to initiate battery charge power level switching Optional power monitoring using SNMP SNMP monitoring Integration with Systems Insight Manager Systems Insight Manager overview Discovering the management module Configuring HPE SIM to receive traps Configuring the Management Module to send traps to SIM Updating the firmware Updating the firmware overview Serial Flash Mode FTP Flash Mode Replicating settings with the Power Device Flash Utility Updating the firmware with the boot loader Troubleshooting LED alarm troubleshooting Alarm descriptions and SNMP trap codes Browser does not display the web interface Browsing becomes very slow after an alarm is triggered Connection closed by remote host error message displays Contents 3

4 Forgot login password Links in traps and s do not work correctly for Linux Receiving a security error Recovering a corrupted application Unable to send a test User account locked after entering incorrect password Web interface performance is slow Warranty and regulatory information Warranty information Regulatory information Safety and regulatory compliance Turkey RoHS material content declaration Ukraine RoHS material content declaration Support and other resources Accessing Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Information to collect Accessing updates Websites Customer Self Repair Remote support Acronyms and abbreviations Documentation feedback Index Contents 4

5 Overview HPE DirectFlow UPS Management Module features The HPE DirectFlow UPS Management Module integrates advanced monitoring and management features into an HPE DirectFlow UPS configuration. The Management Module includes: Management Module card network connectivity for remote monitoring and control of the power unit configuration Graphical interface with up-to-date data Overview, detail, and event views for analysis of component health and usage Options and data to manage batteries to increase battery service life, optimize recharge time, and provide a warning before the end of the useful battery life Customizable and broadcast notification messages Configurable alert traps that can be sent to SNMP management programs Utility and generator battery charge power level switching using generator-initiated SNMP requests Replicable configuration settings using the HPE Power Device Flash Utility v bit certificate support Management Module card overview The Management Module is a firmware-upgradeable option card loaded with software that can be accessed locally or remotely. Overview 5

6 The Management Module card is installed in the power unit rear panel. To install and maintain the Management Module card and hardware, see the user guide for the DirectFlow UPS on the Hewlett Packard Enterprise website ( The Management Module card is designed specifically for the power unit. It is not intended for installation in other UPS devices. Management Module card ports and LEDs The Management Module card includes a DB-9 port to connect to a local device or host computer and an RJ-45 port to connect to a network. Item Description 1 Power LED 2 Health/Alert LED 3 DB-9 serial port for configuration and flashing card firmware 4 RJ-45 for network or Ethernet communications Overview 6

7 Management Module interface overview For configuration and status monitoring, the Management Module interface includes the UPS Management Module Service Menu (on page 13) and the UPS Management Module web interface (on page 19). Management Module Service Menu The Service Menu is a text-based menu that is accessed locally using a telnet session or a terminal emulation program with a device or host computer connected via the DB-9 serial port. The Service Menu includes all of the options available in the web interface in addition to setup and reset options. Initial setup of the Management Module is completed in the Service Menu. To benefit from product enhancements, download the latest versions of firmware and software available on the Hewlett Packard Enterprise website ( To configure multiple Management Module cards or update the card firmware, see "Updating the firmware (on page 51)." Management Module web interface The web interface is a graphical interface that is accessed remotely through a web browser using a network connection via the RJ-45 port. The card reports detailed information to the web interface where up-to-date data is displayed in overview, detail, and event views. The interface shows various power usage measurements and warning and alarm messages. Management functions and some system values can be customized from the interface. Multiple devices can monitor the UPS over the network connection using the Management Module web interface. Overview 7

8 Accessing the management module Web interface requirements The following table lists the minimum requirements necessary to operate the web interface. Item Web browser on a client Monitor resolution Requirement Microsoft operating systems Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0* Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.0* Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.0* Linux Mozilla Firefox 3.6.x Mozilla Firefox 10.0.x For HP-UX, use Mozilla Firefox 3.5.x Minimum supported resolution of 1024 x 768, 16-bit high color (maximize browser window for optimal display) *Enhanced security on Internet Explorer is not supported. Security considerations overview The management module implements strict security for two important reasons: The module manages devices that have the potential to perform operations that are sensitive and destructive. The management module has browser accessibility. To better ensure the security of the management module and the devices it manages, consider the following topics in accordance with your organization's security policies and the environment in which the module will operate. Remote access to the management module requires a user account. Logging in requires the use of a user name and password, which should be kept properly secured. Each account can be given different access levels, providing different capabilities. Ensure that the appropriate access level is granted to users. Browsing to the management module can be done using SSL, which encrypts the data between the browser and management module. The module is supported by a 128-bit encryption level. SSL also provides authentication of the management module by means of its digital certificate. Securely importing this certificate must be done to ensure the identification of the management module. Use a custom SSL certificate that is certified by a third-party SSL authority. Use non-standard ports for the management module web interface. Disable telnet if remote configuration is not used. Disable the web interface if the web interface is not preferred. Accessing the management module 8

9 Browser security alert Secure browsing requires the use of SSL. SSL is a protocol layer that lies between HTTP and TCP that provides secure communication between a server and a client and is designed to provide privacy and message integrity. SSL is commonly used in web-based transactions to authenticate the web server, which indisputably identifies the server to the browser. SSL also provides an encrypted channel of communication between the server and the browser. The encrypted channel ensures integrity of the data between the web server and the browser, so that data can neither be viewed nor modified while in transit. The management module uses a system generated and unique key. An integral part of SSL is a security certificate, which identifies the management module. If your browser displays a security alert when browsing to the management module, it can be for one of several reasons: The certificate is untrusted, meaning it was signed by a certifying authority that is unknown to your browser. The certificate has expired or is not yet valid. This condition can occur if you issue your own certificate and it has expired. The name on the certificate does not match the name of the site in the browser address field. For more information about security considerations, see "Security considerations overview ("Browser security alert" on page 9, on page 8)." Establishing a secure session for Internet Explorer The first time you browse to the management module, the Secure Session screen appears. To ensure a secure connection, verify that you are browsing to the desired management module: 1. Click View Certificate. 2. Verify that the name in the Issued To field is the name of your management module. 3. Perform any other steps necessary to verify the identity of the management module. CAUTION: If you are not sure this is the desired management module, do not proceed. Importing a certificate from an unauthorized source relays your login credentials to that unauthorized source. Exit the certificate window and contact the system administrator. After verifying the management module, do one of the following: Import the certificate and proceed. a. Click View Certificate. The certificate appears. b. Click Install Certificate. The Certificate Import wizard runs. c. Click Next. The Certificate Store screen appears. d. Select Automatically select the certificate store based on the type of certificate, and click Next. e. Click Finish. A message appears, asking for verification of the root store. f. Click Yes. Proceed without importing the certificate by clicking Yes at the Security Alert window. You continue to receive the Security Alert each time you log in until you import the certificate. Your data is still encrypted. Exit and import the certificate into your browser from a file provided by the administrator. a. Click No at the Security Alert window. b. Obtain an exported certificate file from the administrator. NOTE: If using Internet Explorer, you can manually import the file into the browser by clicking Tools>Internet Options>Content>Certificates>Import. Accessing the management module 9

10 Establishing a secure session for Firefox The first time you browse to the management module, the Secure Session screen appears. To ensure a secure connection, verify that you are browsing to the desired management module: 1. Click Examine Certificate. 2. Verify that the name in the Issued To field is the name or IP address of your management module. 3. Perform any other steps necessary to verify the identity of the management module. 4. After verifying the management module, do one of the following: a. Click either Accept this certificate permanently or Accept this certificate temporarily for this session. b. Click OK. NOTE: If using Firefox, you can manually import the file into the browser by clicking Edit>Preferences>Advanced>Security>View Certificates>Authorities>Import. Establishing a secure session for Mozilla The first time you browse to the power unit, the Secure Session screen appears. To ensure a secure connection, verify that you are browsing to the desired power unit: 1. Click Examine Certificate. 2. Verify that the name in the Issued To field is the name or IP address of your power unit. 3. Perform any other steps necessary to verify the identity of the power unit. 4. After verifying the power unit, do one of the following: a. Click either Accept this certificate permanently or Accept this certificate temporarily for this session. b. Click OK. NOTE: If using Mozilla, you can manually import the file into the browser by clicking Edit>Preferences>Privacy & Security>Certificates>Manage Certificates>Authorities>Import. Accessing the DirectFlow UPS Management Module The first time the Management Module is accessed the card must be installed in the power unit and initially configured using the Service Menu to enable remote access to the Management Module web interface. For specific installation and configuration steps, see the user guide for the DirectFlow UPS on the Hewlett Packard Enterprise website ( To access the Service Menu locally: 1. Connect a serial communication cable to the card. 2. Do one of the following on a local device or host computer: o Launch a terminal emulation program ("Launching a terminal emulation program" on page 11). o Launch a telnet session ("Launching a telnet session" on page 11). To access the Management Module web interface after initial configuration: 1. Launch a web browser ("Launching a web browser" on page 19). Accessing the management module 10

11 2. Enter the IP address. For instructions on connecting cables to the Management Module card, see the user guide for the DirectFlow UPS on the Hewlett Packard Enterprise website ( Launching a terminal emulation program POST HyperTerminal is the serial communication program provided with Microsoft Windows and is used in this section as an example for setting up a terminal emulation session. If you are using another utility, the steps might be different. To launch a terminal emulation program: 1. On the host computer or device, click Start, and select Programs>Accessories>Communications>HyperTerminal. The Connection Description window appears. 2. Enter a description, select an icon for the connection, and then click OK. The Connect To window appears. 3. Select the serial connector on the host computer to which the DB-9 cable is attached, and then click OK. The COM Properties window appears. 4. Select the following parameter values, and then click OK. o Bits per second 115,200 o Data bits 8 o Parity None o Stop bits 1 o Flow control None When the card is powered up or reset, the boot loader performs a POST and outputs the following text. IRQ test: PASS Serial loopback test: PASS HP DirectFlow UPS Management Module NETWORK INTERFACE PARAMETERS: IP address: Subnet mask: Default gateway: HARDWARE PARAMETERS: Module Serial number: 1US MAC address: 44:1E:A1:D1:02:14 Press any key in 5 seconds to enter the Service menu. If an error is detected in the boot process, the Health/Alert LED illuminates or flashes. To correct the error, see "Updating the firmware (on page 51)" or "Troubleshooting (on page 55)." To access a list of commands, open Help. Enter info or vers to display information such as IP address, model and serial number, and version numbers for specific firmware. Launching a telnet session To launch a telnet session to access the Management Module Service Menu (on page 13): 1. Enter the following command at a DOS prompt or the command line: Accessing the management module 11

12 Telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address of the management module. 2. At the prompt, enter the user name and password. The default user name is admin, and the default password is admin. Accessing the management module 12

13 UPS Management Module Service Menu Navigating the Service Menu The Management Module Service Menu provides an alternative, limited interface to the Management Module card during initial setup and when the web interface is disabled or not preferred. The menu structure textually displays measurements, warnings, and alarm messages from the Management Module card. Some setup options and system values can be configured through the Service Menu and sent to the Management Module web interface. All status information included in the Management Module Service Menu is also available by signing into the Management Module web interface. To navigate the Service Menu: 1. Enter the corresponding option number at the prompt to open a submenu. 2. Follow the on-screen prompts to enter or change configuration information. 3. Enter 0 at the submenu prompt to go to the previous menu. Or, enter 0 at the main menu prompt to exit the utility. 4. Press the Enter key to refresh the screen. The Management Module card resets automatically to allow configuration changes to take effect. Service Menu This menu only appears when accessing the Management Module card using a terminal emulation program. Option number Submenu Description 1 Module Configuration Opens the Module Configuration submenu (on page 13) 2 Exit Exits the Service Menu and resets the Management Module card Module Configuration submenu The Module Configuration submenu opens when Module Configuration is selected from the terminal emulation Service Menu or when the telnet session is launched to access the Management Module card. Option number Submenu Description 1 System Information Displays information about the power unit, battery packs, and Input/Output Power Module 2 System Setup Sets the date, time, and daylight saving time parameters x Exit Without Saving Exits a menu without saving the changes s Save New Changes and Restart Saves changes and resets the Management Module card d Restore Configuration to Factory Defaults Restores all parameters to default settings UPS Management Module Service Menu 13

14 System Information submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 UPS Information Displays identification information and firmware version for the power unit and Input/Output Power Module 2 Battery Information Displays identification information and firmware version for the battery packs 3 UPS Status Displays power status for the power unit and Input/Output Power Module 4 Battery Status Displays status of the battery capacity, remaining run-time, test status and schedule, delay times, and voltage 5 Additional Information Displays additional operating information related to the UPS such as temperature, delay time, operating mode, frequency, and limitations 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Each System Information submenu has the Refresh Data option to obtain the current status of the unit. System Setup submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 User Accounts Enters or changes user account parameters 2 Network Displays the Network submenu to change network properties for the Management Module card 3 Remote Management Displays the Remote Management submenu to change remote settings 4 UPS Management Displays the UPS Management submenu 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu User Accounts submenu Option number Submenu Description (1-5) Entry Change an entry for user login names, passwords, or administrator privileges 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Network submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 IPV4 Network Settings Enters or changes the IPV4 network properties for the Management Module card 2 IPV6 Network Settings Enters or changes the IPV4 network properties for the Management Module card 3 Date/Time Configuration Configures the date and time 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu UPS Management Module Service Menu 14

15 IPV4 and IPV6 Network Settings submenus Option number Submenu Description 1 Static Address Sets the Management Module card IP address 2 Static Subnet Mask Sets the Management Module card subnet mask 3 Static Gateway Sets the Management Module card default gateway 4 Toggle Boot Mode Toggles the boot mode between DHCP and Static IP 5 Ping Utility Pings the Management Module web interface 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Date/Time Configuration submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Network Time Protocol Enables you to configure the date and time using NTP 2 Manual Date/Time Enables you to configure the date and time manually 3 Daylight Saving Changes Enables you to configure daylight saving time parameters 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Network Time Protocol submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Primary NTP Server Enables you to enter or change the IP address of the primary NTP server 2 Secondary NTP Server Enables you to enter or change the IP address of the secondary NTP server 3 GMT Offset (time zone) Enables you to select the time zone from the table provided 4 Update Frequency (1 24 hours) Enables you to enter the number of hours that should pass between each date and time update 5 NTP Client Enables you to enable or disable the NTP client 6 Accept Changes Enables you to save all changes 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Manual Date/Time submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Change Date Enables you to enter or change the date manually 2 Change Time Enables you to enter or change the time manually 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu UPS Management Module Service Menu 15

16 Daylight Saving Changes submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Enable/Disable Daylight Saving Time Enables you to enable or disable daylight saving time 2 Change Time Offset Enables you to configure the amount of time the clock should change for daylight saving time in your region 3 Change Daylight Saving Time Start 4 Change Daylight Saving Time End Enables you to configure the day and time that daylight saving should start Enables you to configure the day and time that daylight saving should end 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Remote Management submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 SNMP Configures SNMP managers and SNMP traps 2 FTP Enables or disables the FTP service 3 s Configures a mail server and event notifications 4 Session Settings Configures timeouts and retries for remote sessions 5 Web Access Enters or changes parameters for web interface access 6 Remote Console Enters or changes parameters for telnet access 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu SNMP submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 SNMP Managers (NMS) Enables you to select an entry to configure the SNMP managers (computers that use the HPE Power MIB to request information from the management module) 2 SNMP Traps Enables you to select an entry to configure the SNMP traps receiver 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu SNMP Managers (NMS) submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 IP Address Enables you to enter or change the IP address of the SNMP manager 2 Read Community String Enables you to enter or change the Read community string of the SNMP manager 3 Write Community String Enables you to enter or change the Write community string of the SNMP manager 4 Access Privileges Enables you to enter or change access privileges of the SNMP manager 5 Enable/Disable SNMP Manager Enables you to enable or disable the SNMP manager UPS Management Module Service Menu 16

17 Option number Submenu Description 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu SNMP Traps submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Trap Receiver IP Address Enables you to enter or change the IP address of a server that should receive SNMP traps 2 Trap Community String Enables you to enter or change the community strings of a server that should receive SNMP traps 3 Enable/Disable Trap Enables or disables an SNMP traps receiver 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu s submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Change SMTP Settings Enables you to enter or change SMTP settings in the SMTP Settings submenu (on page 17) 2 Edit An Entry Enables you to edit an recipient entry on the Recipient submenu (on page 17) 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu SMTP Settings submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 SMTP Server Enables you to enter or change the mail server IP address 2 Sender Enables you to enter or change the address that messages are marked as being sent from 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Recipient submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Receiver Enables you to enter or change an address that should receive alert notifications 2 Enable/Disable Generation Enables or disables the receiver of alert notifications 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Session Settings submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Session Inactivity Timeout Enables you to enter the number of minutes the Management Module web interface should wait before terminating an inactive session UPS Management Module Service Menu 17

18 Option number Submenu Description 2 Login Retries Enables you to enter the number of times a user can unsuccessfully log in to the Management Module web interface before the account is locked 3 Lock-out Period (After x Retries) Enables you to enter the number of minutes to wait between an unsuccessful login and a new login attempt 4 Reset Login Retry Count For Enables you to reset all locked out sessions All Users 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Web Access submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Enable/Disable Web Access Turns web access on or off 2 HTTP/HTTPS Configuration Configures the port for HTTP or HTTPS 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu Remote Console submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 Enable/Disable Telnet Enables or disables telnet access 2 Change Telnet Port Changes the port for telnet 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu UPS Management submenu Option number Submenu Description 1 AC Turn On Delay Time Displays the AC Turn on DelayTime, which accommodates different power-up orders on UPS devices within a system 2 Battery Mode Transfer to AC Mode Delay Time Displays the Battery Mode Transfer to AC Mode Delay Time 3 Battery Charge Delay Displays the battery charge delay value 4 ACC Load Level Percentage Displays the ACC load level percentage 5 Battery Pack Install Dates Displays the installation date for the battery pack 6 UPS Date & Time Displays the UPS date and time 7 UPS Cold Start Frequency Displays the UPS Cold Start frequency in Hz 8 Battery Test Schedule Displays the current battery test schedule 9 Operating Type Displays the current operating mode 10 Charging Power Level Displays the charging power level when the UPS is on utility power and on generator power 11 Input Source includes Generator Displays whether the input source includes generator power 12 Generator Detection Detects whether the UPS in on or off a generator 0 Previous Menu Returns to the previous menu In the submenus, selecting option 1 changes the values for the option. UPS Management Module Service Menu 18

19 UPS Management Module web interface Navigating the web interface The Management Module web interface allows remote monitoring and control of the power unit, Management Module card, and any Battery Packs installed in the configuration. Launch a web browser ("Launching a web browser" on page 19) on a network-connected computer or device, and then sign in ("Signing in to the web interface" on page 19). Launching a web browser To launch a web browser to access the Management Module web interface: 1. If necessary, configure the Management Module card by: a. Launching a terminal emulation program (on page 11). b. Configuring the Management Module card for remote access. 2. Launch a supported browser. 3. In the browser Address field (Microsoft Internet Explorer) or the Location field (Mozilla and Firefox), enter: -orhttps://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IPv4 or IPv6 address of the Management Module card. The login screen appears. 4. Sign in through the web browser. For a complete list of the browser requirements, see "Web interface requirements (on page 8)." Signing in to the web interface To sign in to the Management Module web interface: 1. Enter the user name in the User Name field. The default user name is admin. 2. Enter the password in the Password field. The default password is admin. Passwords are case-sensitive. 3. Click Sign In. The Management Module web interface appears. Or, UPS Management Module web interface 19

20 Click Clear to clear the credentials. Using the Management Module menus and controls To access the web interface controls and menus, select one of the following tabs on the Management Module web interface window: Home tab (on page 21) Logs tab (on page 29) Setup tab (on page 32) Help tab (on page 45) Many views within the web interface include the following sections: The Menu section opens additional informational and control screens. The Alarms and Warnings section immediately reports any alarms for the power unit configuration. This section links to currently active alarms that are in a critical or warning status. Click the alarm link to open the Alarms screen (on page 23). The Legend section describes the status icons. Icon Parameter status Normal Warning Critical Unknown Informational UPS Management Module web interface 20

21 Home tab Click Refresh to refresh the screen, or click Help to view online help. Menu options listed under the Home tab include: Overview screen (on page 21) Alarms screen (on page 23) Identification screen (on page 25) Status screen (on page 27) Control screen (on page 29) Overview screen Click Overview in the left navigation frame to display the Overview screen. This screen displays overall views of the power unit status. If the power unit configuration includes battery packs, information for each pack is included on this screen. Load 1 (L1), load 2 (L2), and load 3 (L3) correspond to loads in percentage for each phase of the 3-phase UPS. To maximize use, distribute the loads across the UPS phases as evenly as possible. Battery, Input, and Output overview parameters are detailed on the right side of the screen. A status icon indicates the current status of each parameter. UPS Management Module web interface 21

22 Input Voltage, Output Voltage, and Load are displayed graphically on the left side of the screen. The arrows on each meter indicate the current voltage and load levels of the components. The meter color indicates ranges inside or outside of standard functioning. Color Green Yellow Red Condition status Normal Warning Critical UPS Management Module web interface 22

23 Alarms screen Click Alarms in the left navigation frame to display the Alarms screen. UPS Management Module web interface 23

24 This screen displays the alarms for the power unit. Alarms specific to any battery packs are also displayed. Each alarm entry includes a severity icon ( Normal, Warning, Critical, Informational, or Unknown), a description, and the date and time at which the alarm most recently occurred. UPS Management Module web interface 24

25 Identification screen Click Identification in the left navigation frame to display the Identification screen. This screen contains identifying device information, including details such as unique or configuration-specific identifiers, model and part numbers, and version numbers, for each component in the power unit configuration: Management Module card power unit Battery Pack 1 Battery Pack 2 Input/Output Distribution Box (power module wiring configuration) UPS Management Module web interface 25

26 Enter the system name and contact information using the System Management tab on the Remote Management screen. UPS Management Module web interface 26

27 Status screen Click Status in the left navigation frame to display the Status screen. UPS Management Module web interface 27

28 This screen displays the status for the power unit and any connected battery packs. A description and value are provided for a variety of current operating conditions and parameters for the UPS input, UPS output, and any battery packs. Additional operating information is shown for the UPS at the bottom of the screen. UPS Management Module web interface 28

29 Control screen Click Control in the left navigation frame to access the Control screen. Logs tab This screen contains commands such as Restart Management Module. Using the commands implements changes in the Management Module card that might affect the UPS operating mode. To use a control: 1. Select the option in the Select column next to the control that you want to enable or the command that you want to run. 2. Click Submit. A log entry is created in the Event Log screen (on page 30) or Application Log screen. If you restart the Management Module card, the Management Module reinitializes and becomes available again for login in approximately two minutes. Menu options listed under the Logs tab include: Event Log screen (on page 30) Application Log screen (on page 31) UPS Management Module web interface 29

30 Event Log screen Click Event Log in the left navigation frame to display the Event Log screen. This screen displays a log of the events that have occurred for the power unit configuration, such as a change in UPS operating mode. The following information is displayed for each event: Severity An icon indicating the severity or status of the event ( Informational, Normal, Warning, Critical, or Unknown) Description The name of the event Date The date at which the event occurred Time The time at which the event occurred NOTE: When the log reaches the maximum of 500 entries, new entries overwrite the oldest entries in the log. On the Event Log screen: Click Download Event Log to export the event log. The File Download screen appears. o o Click Open to view the log in a user-selected application. Click Save to save the log file (.csv) to your computer. Click Clear Event Log to clear the log files. UPS Management Module web interface 30

31 Application Log screen Click Application Log in the left navigation frame to display the Application Log screen. This screen displays a log of all application events that have occurred, such as a user logging in. The following information is displayed for each event in the Management Module web interface: User The login name of the user who performed the action Hover over User to display the IP address. Description A description of the application event Date The date at which the event occurred Time The time at which the event occurred NOTE: When the log reaches the maximum of 500 entries, new entries overwrite the oldest entries in the log. On the Application Log screen: Click Download Application Log to export the application log. The File Download screen appears. UPS Management Module web interface 31

32 Setup tab o Click Open to view the log in a user-selected application. o Click Save to save the log file (.csv) to your computer. Click Clear Application Log to clear the log files. Menu options listed under the Setup tab include: My Account screen (on page 32) User Accounts screen (on page 33) Network screen (on page 34) Remote Management screen (on page 35) UPS Management screen (on page 44) My Account screen Click My Account in the left navigation frame to display the My Account screen. This screen contains controls that enable you to change the login password for the active account. To change your password: 1. Enter the new password in the Create New Password field. 2. Enter the new password again in the Verify New Password field. 3. Do one of the following: o Click Save Settings to save the new password. o Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. UPS Management Module web interface 32

33 User Accounts screen Click User Accounts in the left navigation frame to access the User Accounts screen. This screen contains controls that enable administrators to manage user accounts and configure ipdu to allow LDAP authentication. To add or modify a user account: 1. Enter the user's login name in the Username field. 2. Enter or change the password: a. Enter the new password in the Create New Password field. b. Enter the new password again in the Verify New Password field. 3. If the new user is authorized to change the DirectFlow UPS settings, select the Administrator check box. 4. Click Save Settings to save the account information. 5. Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. To delete a user account: 1. Select the Delete check box for the user account that is to be removed. 2. Click Delete Users to delete the selected user account. The account is removed and no longer appears on the User Accounts screen. UPS Management Module web interface 33

34 Network screen Click Network in the left navigation frame to access the Network screen. This screen contains controls that enable administrators to configure network settings for the power unit. To configure the network settings: 1. Select an option to enable DHCP (IPv4) or Static IP (IPv4). 2. Change the IPv4 address of the UPS. 3. Change the IPv4 network mask of the UPS. 4. Change the IPv4 default gateway of the UPS. NOTE: If you are running the IPv6 network, the IPv6 link local address and auto-configured address are automatically displayed. 5. Select an option to set the date and time manually or enable NTP. 6. If you enabled NTP in step 5: a. Enter the IP address of the primary NTP server. b. Enter the IP address of the secondary NTP server. c. Select the time zone for the NTP GMT offset. d. Enter the number of hours that should pass between each date and time update. 7. If you disabled NTP in step 5: UPS Management Module web interface 34

35 a. Enter the date. b. Enter the time. c. Select the date format from the drop-down box. 8. Select the Disable option if daylight saving time should not be reflected in the time on the management module. Or, Select the Enable option to configure time adjustment for daylight saving time: a. Enter the month, day, week, and time for the start of the daylight saving time offset. b. Enter the month, day, week, and time for the end of the daylight saving time offset. c. Select the amount of time the clock should change for daylight saving time in your region. Available options are 30 minutes and 1 hour. Other information is displayed on the Network screen for reference, including the UPS MAC address. 9. Do one of the following: o Click Save Settings to save the information. o Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. Remote Management screen This screen enables administrators to configure remote settings for the Management Module card. The Remote Management screen provides access to the following tabs: System Management tab (on page 36) Trap Receivers tab (on page 38) SNMP Managers tab (on page 39) Setup tab (on page 40) Event Notifications tab (on page 41) Remote Access tab (on page 43) UPS Management Module web interface 35

36 System Management tab Click the System Management tab to access the System Management screen. This tab contains controls that enable administrators to enter identifying information for the power unit and components in the configuration. Certain information entered on this screen appears on the Identification screen. On the System Management tab: 1. Enter the system information: a. Enter the name of the UPS in the System Name field. This name appears throughout the interface application and is used in SNMP traps. b. Enter the name of the contact person in the Contact Name field. c. Enter the address of the contact person in the Contact field. d. Enter the phone number of the contact person in the Contact Phone field. e. Enter the location of the contact person in the Contact Location field. 2. Configure the rack location in the data center: a. Enter the name of the rack in the Rack Name field. b. Enter the name of the room where the rack is located in the Room Name field. UPS Management Module web interface 36

37 c. Enter the name of the row where the rack is located in the Row Name field. d. Enter the position of the row where the rack is located in the Row Position field. 3. Location Discovery Services automatically populates the discoverable rack values: o o o o o o o o o o o o Rack TAG version Rack ID Rack part number Rack product description Rack Location Discovery U location Rack height UPS power unit U position UPS power unit U height Battery pack 1 U position Battery pack 1 U height Battery pack 2 U position Battery pack 2 U height For racks without Location Discovery Services installed, enter the information manually in each field. Other information is displayed on the System Management tab for reference. 4. Do one of the following: o o Click Save Settings to save the information. Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. 5. Save an optional configuration file to replicate the specific settings for this Management Module on other Management Modules in your environment: a. Configure all the settings on the web interface that you want to replicate on other Management Modules. b. Click Download Generic Configuration File. c. Click Save on the file download screen. d. Use the HPE Power Device Flash Utility v3.0.9 to upload the configuration file to other Management Modules. UPS Management Module web interface 37

38 Trap Receivers tab Click the Trap Receivers tab to access the Trap Receivers screen. This tab contains controls that enable administrators to enter information for servers that receive SNMP traps from the power unit using CPQPOWER.MIB v1.72 or later. To configure which servers receive traps: 1. Enable SNMP traps for up to 10 servers. 2. Enter the IP address for up to 10 trap recipients in the IP Address field. 3. Enter the community string for each trap recipient. 4. Do one of the following: o Click Save Settings to save the information. o Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. 5. Click Send Test Trap to send a test SNMP trap. At least one Trap Receiver must be configured and enabled to send a test trap. UPS Management Module web interface 38

39 SNMP Managers tab Click the SNMP Managers tab to access the SNMP Managers screen. This tab contains controls that enable administrators to enter information for SNMP managers. SNMP managers are computers that use the HPE Power MIB, using CPQPOWER.MIB v1.72 or later, to request information from the power unit. To configure SNMP managers: 1. Enable the SNMP manager configuration for up to five servers. 2. Enter the IP address for each SNMP manager in the IP Address field. IMPORTANT: SNMP managers cannot communicate with the power unit until the IP address is entered on the SNMP Managers tab. Entering the IP address allows SNMP access from any computer. Use a specific IP address for each SNMP manager to avoid compromising the power unit security. 3. Enter the read community string for each SNMP manager. 4. Enter the write community string for each SNMP manager. 5. Select the access type for each SNMP manager. o Read Only o Read & Write 6. Do one of the following: o Click Save Settings to save the information. o Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. UPS Management Module web interface 39

40 Setup tab Click the Setup tab to access the Setup screen. This tab contains controls that enable administrators to configure settings. To configure the settings: 1. Enter the mail server IP address in the SMTP Server Address field. 2. Enter the address that messages are marked as being sent from in the From Address field. 3. Select the Enable check box and enter up to 10 addresses in the Address field. The addresses should correspond to the persons who should receive notifications of events that occur. 4. Do one of the following: o o Click Save Settings to save the information. Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. 5. Click Send Test to send a test . At least one address must be configured and enabled to send a test . UPS Management Module web interface 40

41 Event Notifications tab Click the Event Notifications tab to access the Event Notifications screen. UPS Management Module web interface 41

42 This tab contains controls that enable administrators to define the notifications or SNMP traps the power unit sends for each event. To configure the events: 1. For each event description listed, select the Enable check box to indicate that notifications or SNMP traps are sent for that event. To enable all events, select the check box and the SNMP Trap check box at the top of each column. 2. Do one of the following: o o Click Save Settings to save the information. Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. UPS Management Module web interface 42

43 Remote Access tab Click the Remote Access tab to access the Remote Access screen. This tab contains controls that enable administrators to enter information needed to remotely access the Management Module card from the web interface. To configure remote access: 1. Configure the web connection: a. Enable HTTP Port and enter the port number to use HTTP. Valid port numbers are 1 through The default port is 80. Or, Enable HTTPS Port and enter the port number to use HTTPS. Valid port numbers are 1 through The default port is 443. Ports 50080, 50442, and are reserved and are not valid port numbers. The system defaults to HTTP, which offers improved web interface performance. b. Upload the SSL certificate: i. Open the SSL certificate file with a text editor. ii. Select all content. iii. Copy the selected content. iv. Paste the copied text to the SSL Key field. 2. Configure the telnet connection: a. Enable Telnet Port. b. Enter the port number to use telnet. The default port is 23. Ports 50080, 50442, and are reserved and are not valid port numbers. 3. Configure the session management settings: UPS Management Module web interface 43

44 a. Enable automatic sign-out and enter the number of minutes the Management Module web interface should wait before terminating an inactive session. b. Enable retries allowed, enter the number of times a user can unsuccessfully log in to the Management Module web interface before the account is locked, and then enter the number of minutes to wait between an unsuccessful login and a new login attempt. 4. Do one of the following: o Click Save Settings to save the information. o Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. UPS Management screen Click UPS Management in the left navigation frame to access the UPS Management screen. This screen contains controls that enable administrators to manage UPS settings. To configure the UPS management settings: 1. Set the UPS date. 2. Set the UPS time. The values are based on a 24-hour clock. For example, if the time is 2:00 PM, enter 14: Set the AC turn on delay time. The AC turn on delay time value accommodates different power up orders on UPS devices within a system. 4. Set the battery mode transfer to AC mode delay time. 5. Set the battery charge delay. 6. Set the ACC load level percentage. 7. Enter the battery install dates for the first and second battery packs. 8. Select the cold start frequency to indicate the UPS AC frequency during device power up. 9. Select the battery test schedule. 10. Select the operating type. 11. Select the charging power level (utility) to indicate the UPS wattage to recharge batteries while on utility power. UPS Management Module web interface 44

45 Help tab About screen 12. Select the charging power level (generator) to indicate the UPS wattage to recharge batteries while on a backup power source. 13. Select whether the input source includes a generator. 14. Select the action to perform when the UPS is on or off a generator (generator detection). 15. Do one of the following: o Click Save Settings to save the information. o Click Undo Changes to undo the changes. Menu options listed under the Help tab include: About screen (on page 45) Contents screen (on page 46) Click About in the left navigation frame to display the About screen. This screen displays the firmware version, Hewlett Packard Enterprise website. UPS Management Module web interface 45

46 Contents screen Click Contents in the left navigation frame to display the Contents screen. This screen provides links to online help topics. Configuring battery charge power level switching Different battery charge power levels can be set in the power unit for utility and generator input sources. A higher charge power level like 1100 W or 550 W can be set for utility input, and a lower charge level, 190 W or 0 W, can be set for generator input to reserve AC power for loads while running on generator input. By default, the power unit uses a built-in algorithm to determine when to switch battery charge power levels. For instance, when there is a power outage the UPS transfers from AC mode to Battery mode. If the input AC becomes available before 10 seconds or after 60 seconds, the power unit automatically remains at the charge power level defined for utility input. However, if the input AC becomes available again between 10 and 60 seconds, the power unit switches to the battery charge power level defined for generator input. The power unit remains at the generator charge power level until the defined on-generator time period expires, and then the power unit switches back to the charge power level defined for utility input. The Management Module can override the default settings for charge power level switching by initiating an immediate switch to the generator charge power level if the Management Module receives a SNMP request with an on-generator command from a generator system. The on-generator command must be received within 15 minutes of the AC input power becomes available again or the power unit will use the default time periods. The power unit will switch back to the utility charge power level either after an off-generator command is received or after the defined on-generator period of time expires. UPS Management Module web interface 46

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