Well, to begin, 9. It might be helpful to also braindead the UPS and try again with the laptop. Shouls i use the USB to serial cable afterwards then? I may try and re-install PCBE 9. Let us know if you have any further issues. Here’s a fairly simple one: It should’ve been included in your lit kit with the UPS.
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I then installed PCBE agent 9. I did manual arp entry to reach out to as per these instructions. Well, it may be proprietary in the sense of it being a non standard pinoutbut you can find pinout diagrams if you know what you are looking for, and if you have a few inexpensive tools, you can also make one.
Is APC’s smart-signaling cable really proprietary? Here is the rear of the UPS: First, not sure if this question belongs here or SU, so please advice accordingly before wildly down-voting or blasting me. Cable type is shielded 28AWG. StruxureWare for Data Centers. I need to test using a laptop with serial port connection i serixl.
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You can also verify everything still shows in Device Manager. Long story short, I was able to configure network adapter using telnet. Not sure if you want to use that instead of 8.
Part is printed on one of the connectors. I am NOT familiar with the latter.
It all fails miserably! What dya know – I found it in our cabls room sitting i a box amongst other bits! Then, turn off the UPS and unplug it. Let me know what happens there. I obviously did away with this 18 months ago as i thought the USB to serial would work alone – I had read that the cable uses a special pin out. Email Required, but never shown.
However, I have here in hand a Cisco YC Cable that looks like it could work, but I am having hard time trying to find the wire configuration to see if they would match up. Well, to begin, 9.
It might be helpful cale also braindead the UPS and try again with the laptop. Ever since, any attempt trying to make contact with the NIC fails. For whatever reason, when we reboot our machine that we had configured for auto-shutdown with our UPS unit, the NIC on the UPS seemingly just dropped it’s IP configuration still trying to figure that one out. I assumed it was licenced software. This A is just a USB to serial adapter and does not do any of the signaling – just converting.
To do that, you need to disconnect everything including serial cableand then turn off and disconnect any load. Hmmmmm, i still cannot seem to establish a connection? Upon launching Powerchute business edition 8.