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Old 07-12-2007, 01:18 AM   #1
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hey everyone, i have this part, and am curious if anyone wants to buy it, read the description because im not sure, what this does exactly

* Makes any slot-equipped Tripp Lite UPS a managed device on the network, controllable using SNMP network management platforms or a web browser

* New web interface enables remote UPS monitoring and control in racks, computer rooms, and datacenter environments

* Web interface provides remote viewing of current site electrical data, UPS self-test and alert logs, as well as logged power events such as blackouts, brownouts, overvoltages, and other electrical problems

* Offers the ability to control UPS output power and remote reboot of locked network devices without interrupting power to other loads when used with any Tripp Lite UPS equipped with load management receptacles

* DHCP/Manual configuration support provides the ability to have network settings automatically assigned to the card, or manually assigned via permanent IP addresses

* 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing allows optimal communication compatibility with your current 10/100 Base-T network

* Real-time clock support maintains the time of day and date even if the UPS is shut down

* NTP (Network Time Protocol) support gives the card the ability to receive automatic updates to its real-time clock from a NTP server

* 2-tier level access allows an administrator and a guest to log into the web browser for monitoring and/or management of slot-equipped Tripp Lite UPS systems

* Multiple user support allows for viewing by a number of users at the same time

* Full Telnet access gives you the ability to remotley monitor and manage your UPS system via a TELNET session

* Optional SSL (Secure Socket Layer) security setting provides the capability to create an encrypted connection to the card via a web browser

* Offers the ability to shut down remote operating systems through your networks. (Supported operating systems must have Power Alert 12 installed. Go to http:// www.tripplite.com/ support/download for software support)

* Alert notifications via email or SNMP traps give users the added advantage of having an immediate event notification sent to them as a result of a site electrical or UPS proble

in box, with wrapping, and serial cable $150 obo
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Old 07-12-2007, 01:42 AM   #3
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a little lost, a username? for wat
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We need proof that you actually own the item in question, since members have gotten scammed on here before. As proof, we ask that you hand-write a note that has your user name and the date on it, put it next to the item, and take a picture of it.
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Well, it seems to have something to do with UPS on a network... I don't get that either but its pretty much a network card, don't think you can get that much money for it, sorry.

Write shagadelicman1, computerforums.org, 7/12/2007 on a post-it and sticky it to your network card box, and snap a pic of it and upload it using imageshack, or photobucket.
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Well, it seems to have something to do with UPS on a network... I don't get that either but its pretty much a network card, don't think you can get that much money for it, sorry.

Write shagadelicman1, computerforums.org, 7/12/2007 on a post-it and sticky it to your network card box, and snap a pic of it and upload it using imageshack, or photobucket.
It might be a Power over Ethernet adapter of some kind. Not too sure...

The "comptuerforums.org" isn't required, although it is a plus.
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Old 07-19-2007, 12:41 AM   #7
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heres my pic, finally, sorry for the wait, even though ur prolly not waiting.lol
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