1 UPS Software UPSMAN/UPSMON, RCCMD and UNMS Comprehensive UPS Administration Description The Software is a collection of client/server modules for networks and local workstations for monitoring the status of system resources and managing operations in response to changing conditions. While just one single component module, UPSMAN, would suffice for managing a simple UPS system at the most basic level, the collection of different modules can be scaled and combined to form very elaborate and sophisticated intelligent facility management systems. These systems can range from one server serially connected to single UPS in one building to a wide area network consisting of thousands of clients of various operating systems secured by diesel aggregates, battery conglomerates and other alternative UPS systems spread out over international borders. The server module of the Software is UPSMAN, which communicates via RS-232, USB or SNMP with the UPS or the UPS SNMP adapter. When UPSMAN begins, it collects the messages sent from the UPS and interprets received messages to alarm the administrator/user. Graphically all the UPSMAN actions can be monitored using the client modules Windows UPSMON or UNMS, JAVAMON and USW or any web browser. The UPSMAN is able to manage UPS systems with potential free contacts or serial interfaces (RS-232) from more than 50 UPS manufacturers. 80% of the UPS products in the world are supported through UPSMAN or the CS121 today. UPSMAN configuration - Main page UPSMAN Event configuration - comfortable overview of all events and their corresponding actions. UPSMAN insert Event function every event can be individually programmed with responses, such as text log entry, /sms notification etc.
2 Description If UPSMAN detects voltage variations, power loss or any other UPS condition it can respond with a wide variety of ACTIONs to each different EVENT, which for example may shutdown the server or send warnings and s to connected users. The user can alter the configuration in respects to network messaging, sending of or SMS, RCCMD (Remote Console Command) shutdown, etc. At the moment 12 languages are supported. UPSMAN for Windows NT/ 2000/XP/2003Server, Novell Netware and UNIX have an SNMP proxy agent, which translates all UPS data into SNMP format. This allows for NMS like HP Openview, IBM Netview and others to utilise its own processing tools. Every UPSMAN comes with its own WEB-server, that allows the monitoring or configuration from remote using any standard WEB-browser. UPSMAN runs also on less widely spread platforms like DEC VMS/Compaq and APPLE MAC X and of course, inside the CS121 web adapter. CS122 UPS Status text log file viewed via web browser JavaMon plug-in, monitoring the UPS via web browser remotely The UPS Network System, UNMS, is the solution to managing multiple UPSMAN installations. The free version included with every UPSMAN/UPSMON installation UNMS LIGHT already provides a good amount of flexibility and functionality and UNMS PRO with the addition of SNMP functionality can be scaled to meet the needs and size of any organisation. Finally, when it is of utter importance to keep large scale operations in the blick of an eye under surveillance then nothing comes close to UNMS CUSTOM. International UPS system overview with local ariel sub interfaces for thousands of networked UPSMAN installations.
3 Description UPSMON is the graphical Windows client for operating and monitoring the active UPSMAN connected to an UPS. Routine schedules can be programmed (e.g. define dates for automatic UPStests, shutdown the system at defined dates, etc.) to check the status of the UPS, and execute different programs or create power quality statistics. With UPSMON you can evaluate the event protocol (log file) that is permanently updated by UPSMAN. The data communication to the UPSMON is achieved via TCP/IP, IPX, Netbeui or SNMP. The integrated Java tool JAVAMON for UPSMON and web server/html for the CS121 series are alternative graphical administration interfaces that can be conveniently accessed via the network/internet. UPSMAN on CS121 - Web browser configuration/monitoring Windows UPSMON monitoring a simple network UPS Every UPSMAN includes an RCCMD Server ("Remote Console Command"). The counterpart is an additional client module, which executes a command on a remote system, similar to the Remote Shell-Program (RSH) known in the Unix world. RCCMD is used to provide a simultaneous and secure shutdown of several servers and/or workstations on almost any platform. RCCMD is also capable of relaying messages and commands to remote LAN/WAN RCCMD clients. Using the specially developed RCCMD network protocol, RCCMD is the most successful UPS shutdown solution for networks and available for more than 35 operating systems. With its latest extension (since January 2003) RCCMD is now more flexible and offers more functions, such as: Message transfer via TCP/IP between different operating systems: An alarm message from a Windows network maybe also distributed in Unix and Mac X networks. This is particular applicable when using SNMP adapters, which normally only respond by sending SNMP traps to an operator. Via RCCMD 2 a CS121 can now react via Windows network message and Unix X-message and warn/inform users. Automated remote maintenance from network computers without user accounts or login: RCCMD 2 can execute any program on a remote computer - No login required. Graphical configuration interface of all functions, also for Unix and Mac OS X (from 10.x) Alive-Check - RCCMD 2 clients may periodically check if the UPSMAN sender is available. Comfortable RCCMD client installation showing the batch and log file configuration Comfortable RCCMD client installation showing Check connection configuration mask.
4 Features Available for Windows 9x, NT (INTEL, ALPHA, MIPS), 2K, XP,2003 Server, Netware, Mac OS 9.x and 10.x, 15 UNIX versions and Open VMS and IBM OS/2. Monitoring of systems with potential free contacts or serial interface Automatic shutdown Multiserver Shutdown: Unlimited shutdown manager for RCCMD clients for more than 40 different operating systems. This makes it possible for an UPSMAN Server to inform and shutdown any type of computer in a given network which can then be used to centralise the administration of large networks while greatly reducing both the amount of organisational work and the amount of consumed network time for communications. Different methods are available for conducting shutdowns and system start ups: 1. Coldboot (Computers are directly cut-off from or connected to the power supply. This option may require a SiteSwitch.) 2. Warmboot (Using RCCMD operatings systems are prompted to shutdown or restart.) 3. Wake on LAN (Using data packages other computers in a local network are prompted to start-up.) Program execution, messaging, logging etc. of local and remote computers in the network. (Master/Slave via RCCMD module). Graphic display of input voltage, and frequency with min., -max. and average values. Display of the autonomy time and user notification of warnings for low battery, battery error, over temperature, and hardware errors. Log files have a date/time stamp and the UPSMON tool bar has a counter for power failures, battery low, system shutdowns and test failures. SMTP compatible system with transmission of information via , to SMS or other external services. Integrated SNMP-Agent (RFC 1628 or private MIB) for NetWare, Windows NT/2000, Linux and SUN. Event dependent sending of network messages, logging, , program execution, etc. Logging of all UPS information and measurement values in CSV, comma seperated values, format for MS-Excel, Lotus, GChart (http://www.generex.de/e/download/cs12x/gchart.html) and the like. Scheduler for time controlled execution of functions, such as battery test, reboot, shutdown etc. Scheduling of up to four electrical sockets (special UPS types or optional hardware type SS4 required switch_p.html ) Password protection of all UPS remote functions Multiple-start possible to control several UPS from one computer Configuration and look & feel is identical on all platforms (UNIX, Windows, Netware, VMS, MAC OS) User messages in 12 languages UNMS compatible UPSMAN can communicate with UNMS and send UNMS Traps UNMS is the multiple UPS - for heterogeneous networks. UPSMAN can work with extension modules such as the SensorManager (temperature/humidity and other sensors), RASManager (modem solution), Siteswitch (power distribution and switching unit), UPS SNMP Watch ( for parallel redundant UPS), HP Openview snap-in, etc. Supports nearly all UPS devices of all-important UPS manufacturers using RS-232 protocol and contact closure interfaces.
5 CS121 Web Network Protocol UPS - for Windows 95/98/2000/NT/XP TCP/IP, Netbeui, SNMP for Novell Netware IPX, TCP/IP, SNMP CS121 SNMP Web Manager TCP/IP, FTP, TELNET, PPP, SNMP, ARP, and others for Unix/Mac OS systems TCP/IP, FTP, TELNET, PPP, SNMP, ARP, and others Remote UPS monitoring RCCMD - Shutdown support RCCMD 2 Extended remote - shutdown functions HP Openview LAN support Network Messaging - UNMS - Multi-system remote control Modbus Facility capability Web browser management - Scheduler shutdown History/ Event log file Multi-language text log files and network messages only English Unattended installation available (for automatic scriptbased installations) Password protected remote functions eg. Emergency off, reboot, tests, etc. - -
6 UPSMAN/UPSMON CS121 Web /Adapter UPS functions UPS - Standard functions/warning: e.g. battery low power failure overload UPS connection restored System shutdown UPS Extended functions/warnings e.g. Inverter overload Fuse blown Rectifier mains fault Inverter feeding Battery switch open For Windows 95/98/2000/NT/XP for Novell Netware CS121 SNMP Web Manager for Unix/Mac OS systems UPS send UPS shutdown signal UPS SNMP redundancy capability (USW ) Graphic display UPSMON/HTML/JAVA Environmental monitoring Facility management e.g. Generex Sitemanager, Sitemonitor, Tempman, Siteswitch Qualified hotline in englisch, german, korean and japanese language
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