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Mitsubishi
Netcom 2
User Manual
Version 3

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    Mitsubishi Netcom 2 User Manual Version 3...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. What is a Netcom?............................ 1 2. Who do I Contact For Technical Support? .................... 1 3. What are the System Requirements for Netcom?.................. 1 3.1 Operating System Requirements......................1 3.2 Web Browser Requirements ........................ 1 3.3 Special Requirements for Web Browsers .................... 1 3.4 Special Requirements for Firewall Access ..................

  • Page 3: What Is A Netcom

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 1. What is a Netcom? A Netcom is a standalone UPS peripheral used for UPS monitoring, event management, SNMP interfacing, and critical event notification. It consists of a small computer with a serial interface for connecting to and communicating with a UPS, and an Ethernet interface for connecting to your local network.

  • Page 4: Special Requirements For Firewall Access

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual happens, follow the steps to correctly configure the caching for your Web Browser to reload each page upon each visit. Below is the example procedure for Internet Explorer v6: Open Internet Explorer and select the Tools menu option. Select the Internet Options submenu.

  • Page 5: How Do I Update The Netcom Firmware

    Type' drop down list. 3. In the 'Download File Name' edit box select the name of the file, XX.XX.X.bin, supplied on the Netcom 2 CD. 4. In the ‘TFTP Settings’ group enter the required IP address of the unit to be upgraded in the ‘IP Address’...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7. If the Netcom is going to be communicating with a 2033A or 9700 the protocol will have to be selected. This is done in the HyperTerminal session by typing ups m. Figure 2 SineticaTFTPcliet.exe The Netcom is ready to be connected to the UPS. Rev 3 02/24/2009...

  • Page 7: How Do I Install The Netcom

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 6 How do I Install the Netcom? The Netcom connects to the RS232 connector of the UPS. Please refer to the UPS owner’s manual for the location. ** For the 9700 and 2033A UPS the special MIT RS232 connector kit must be used for the connection between the UPS and the Netcom.

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual Username: admin Password: admin This Login Page shown in figure 3 is used for logging into the Netcom. The default Username is admin, Password default is admin. This can be changed at the Setup/users page along with several security options. Rev 3 02/24/2009...

  • Page 9: Ups Status Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.2 UPS Status Page Figure 4 UPS Status Page Click on UPS in top right corner and UPS Status to view UPS input voltage, output voltage and output load. Rev 3 02/24/2009...

  • Page 10: Identification Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.3 Identification Page Figure 5 Identification Page Click on the Identification menu option to display the UPS serial number, UPS serial number, contact name, contact email, contact phone number and battery information. This information is input at the Agent Setup menu (see figure 8).

  • Page 11: Variables Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.4 Variables Page Figure 6 Variables Page Click the Variables menu option to display the variables page. This page displays a list of the available UPS variables. There are some variables that will not be displayed depending on the unit that is being monitored.

  • Page 12: View Events Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.5 View Events Page Figure 7 View/Events Click on the Event Log menu option to display the View/Events page. The event log will hold the latest events received from the UPS. The events can be sorted by month, year and order of occurrence by selecting the View Event.

  • Page 13: Ups/configuration Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.6 UPS/Configuration Page Figure 8 UPS/Configuration Page Agent Setup (Netcom) page is where the UPS name, serial number, contact name, contact email, and contact phone number can be inserted. The battery install date is inserted into this field for battery age calculation that is available on the UPS/Identification page.

  • Page 14: Ups Nominal Values Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.7 UPS Nominal Values Page Figure 9 UPS Nominal Values UPS/Nominal Values page is were the UPS nominal values can be changed. This information can be found in the UPS Owners/Technical for nominal values. Rev 3 02/24/2009...

  • Page 15: Ups Shutdown Setup Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.8 UPS Shutdown Setup Page Figure 10 UPS Shutdown setup Rev 3 02/24/2009...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual UPS/Shutdown setup page can control 24 devices to be shut down when the battery capacity reaches the customer’s preset limits. The Battery capacity percentage and estimated runtime can be changed by selected the box and changing the default value if available.

  • Page 17: Network Setup Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.9 Network Setup Page Figure 11 Network The Network Setup/Overview page displays the systems name, MAC address, serial number, firmware version, System uptime, IP information and user information. Rev 3 02/24/2009...

  • Page 18: Setup/ip Configuration Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.10 Setup/IP Configuration Page Figure 12 Setup/IP configuration At the Setup/ IP Configuration page the System name, IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, and Config Protocol can be change. Check with your IT administrator for recommended settings. The Config Protocol can be set to static, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or Bootstrap Protocol (Bootp) by using the drop down box.

  • Page 19: Http Setup Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.11 HTTP Setup Page Figure 13 HTTP security The HTTP protocol function can be set by selecting the radio button. The unsecured port can be changed, but check with your IT administration and Network firewalls for proper settings. Rev 3 02/24/2009...

  • Page 20: Setup/ldap Servers Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.12 Setup/LDAP Servers Page Figure 14 Setup/LDAP Servers Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) has four options that are enabled by the drop down box and two optional servers. The drop down box has Disable, Primary, Secondary, and both. Your IT administration will be able to provide the necessary information for this function to be used if needed.

  • Page 21: Setup Snmp Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.13 Setup SNMP Page Figure 15 Setup SNMP NMS Setup/SNMP NMS function is used to set up the network management station that will be viewing the UPS information using GETs and SETs. The Get operation is used by the NMS to obtain the necessary information and the SETs command are used to configure the management device for the information.

  • Page 22: Snmp Receivers Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.14 SNMP Receivers Page Figure 16 SNMP Receivers Setup/SNMP Rec’rs the IP address, community string and access permissions are specified here for up to ten Network Management Stations. Any machine which will be required to receive SNMP traps sent from this unit must be entered here. Receive traps Enabled setting allows the specified NMS to receive the units standard range of traps.

  • Page 23: Setup/users Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.15 Setup/Users Page Figure 17 Setup/Users Setup/Users page sets the permission for up to 20 users with three types of permissions. -Administration level allow access to change all setting. -Controller level allows configuration settings to be viewed -Viewer level allows configuration settings to be viewed Rev 3 02/24/2009...

  • Page 24: Setup/email Alerts Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.16 Setup/Email Alerts Page Figure 18 Setup/Email Alerts In the Setup/Email Alerts there are 10 email addresses that the UPS events can be directed to. The Netcom can send email or alphanumeric pages when a UPS event occurs. The Netcom uses your local email server to send the email/page.

  • Page 25: Setup/time Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.17 Setup/Time Page Figure 19 Setup/Time Setting In the Setup/Time Setting page the date and time of the Netcom is set. This date is used for the calculation of the battery life. The Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) function can be used to synchronize the Netcom with your network, contact your network administrator for more information of this function.

  • Page 26: Syslog Servers Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.18 Syslog Servers Page Figure 20 Syslog Servers The Setup/Syslog servers feature is not currently implemented; therefore we do not support this function at this time. If this function is needed, please contact Mitsubishi Technical Support. Rev 3 02/24/2009...

  • Page 27: Preferences Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.19 Preferences Page Figure 21 Preferences Setup/Preferences page is used to set the default page of the Netcom. This page allows the user to set the page that will be displayed after the initial log in session. The default page and user session timeout options are set using the drop down box.

  • Page 28: Restart Page

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 7.20 Restart Page Figure 22 Restart The restart function will reset the unit’s runtime and will restart the Netcom. The reset to factory defaults will reset many of the Netcom’s setting, if this option must be performed record all values.

  • Page 29: Remote Shutdown Agents

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 8 Remote Shutdown Agents 8.1 Installing the Remote Shutdown Agent The Remote Shutdown Agent should be installed on a computer that is being powered by a UPS but is not communicating to it through the communications cable.

  • Page 30: Hp-ux

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual You will then be asked the same questions about the redundant Netcom. 8.1.3 HP-UX Perform the following steps to install the remote shutdown agent on HP-UX: 1. Insert the CD. 2. Mount the CD. 3. Browse to the location of the HP-UX Management Server and run Install. 4.

  • Page 31: Netware

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 4. During the installation you will be asked if redundant management servers will manage the remote shutdown agent.  If you do not want to have a redundant setup answer ‘n’ at this prompt. The installation will then ask for the IP address of the Netcom. Either enter the specific IP address of the Netcom or enter a ‘*’...

  • Page 32: Configuring The Remote Shutdown Agents From The Netcom

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 6. Follow the installation prompts to install the software. 7. Following the completion of the installation, the files will be installed but the service will need to be started. Perform the following steps to configure and start the remote shutdown agent: Starting and Configuring the Remote Agent Service: 1.

  • Page 33: Configuring The Forwarder Agent To Shut Down Remote Computers

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual 2. Enter the IP address of the computer running the forwarder into one of the available Agent IP Address edit fields. Set the delay to 0. 9.3 Configuring the Forwarder Agent to Shut Down Remote Computers Perform the following steps to add remote shutdown agents to the Forwarder Agent: 1.

  • Page 34: Appendix A: Rj45 To De9 Connection

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual APPENDIX A Appendix A: RJ45 to DE9 connection RS232 Wiring Connections: Netcom-2 to PC Com Port. Netcom-2 RJ45 D sub Ground < -------------------------- > RS232 RxD < -------------------------- 3 TxD (o/p) RS232 (i/p) Do Not Connect 3 Do Not Connect 4 Do Not Connect 5 Do Not Connect 6...

  • Page 35: Appendix B: Mib File

    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual APPENDIX B Appendix B: MIB file -- Mitsubishi.mib - MIB file for Mitsubishi UPSs UPS-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN IMPORTS TRAP-TYPE FROM RFC-1215 DisplayString FROM RFC1213-MIB OBJECT-TYPE FROM RFC-1212 Gauge, Counter, TimeTicks, mgmt FROM RFC1155-SMI PositiveInteger ::= INTEGER NonNegativeInteger ::= INTEGER TimeStamp...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual upsIdentAgentSoftwareVersion OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The UPS agent software version. This variable may or may not have the same value as upsIdentUPSSoftwareVersion in some implementations." ::= { upsIdent 4 } upsIdentName OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX DisplayString ACCESS...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual upsSecondsOnBattery OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX NonNegativeInteger -- UNITS seconds ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "If the unit is on battery power, the elapsed time in seconds since the UPS last switched to battery power, or the time since the network management system was last restarted, whichever is less.

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The ambient temperature at or near the UPS Battery casing (degrees Centigrade)." ::= { upsBattery 7 } upsInput OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { MitsubishiUPS 3 } upsInputLineBads OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Counter ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "A count of the number of times the input entered an out-of-tolerance condition as defined by the manufacturer.

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual upsInputLineIndex OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX PositiveInteger ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The input line identifier." ::= { upsInputEntry 1 } upsInputFrequency OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX NonNegativeInteger -- UNITS 0.1 Hertz ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The present input frequency (0.1 Hertz)." ::= { upsInputEntry 2 } upsInputVoltage OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual "The present source of output power. A value of none (2) indicates there is no source of output power (and therefore no output power), for example, the system has opened the output breaker." ::= { upsOutput 1 } upsOutputFrequency OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX NonNegativeInteger...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual DESCRIPTION "The output line identifier." ::= { upsOutputEntry 1 } upsOutputVoltage OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX NonNegativeInteger -- UNITS 0.1 RMS Volts ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The present output voltage (0.1 RMS Volt)." ::= { upsOutputEntry 2 } upsOutputCurrent OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX NonNegativeInteger...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual upsBypassTable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF UpsBypassEntry ACCESS not-accessible STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "A list of bypass table entries. The number of entries is given by the value of upsBypassNumLines." ::= { upsBypass 3 } upsBypassEntry OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX UpsBypassEntry ACCESS not-accessible...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual "The present true power conveyed by the bypass (watts)." ::= { upsBypassEntry 4 } upsAlarm OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { MitsubishiUPS 6 } upsAlarmsPresent OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Gauge ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The present number of active alarm conditions." ::= { upsAlarm 1 } upsAlarmTable OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual value must remain constant." ::= { upsAlarmEntry upsAlarmDescr OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX AutonomousType ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "A reference to an alarm description object. The object referenced should not be accessible, but rather be used to provide a unique description of the alarm condition." ::= { upsAlarmEntry 2 } upsAlarmTime OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The UPS is drawing power from the batteries." ::= { upsWellKnownAlarms 2 } upsAlarmLowBattery OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX INTEGER ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The remaining battery run-time is less than or equal to upsConfigLowBattTime." ::= { upsWellKnownAlarms 3 } upsAlarmDepletedBattery OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX INTEGER...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual SYNTAX INTEGER ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The Bypass is presently engaged on the UPS." ::= { upsWellKnownAlarms upsAlarmBypassBad OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX INTEGER ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The Bypass is out of tolerance." ::= { upsWellKnownAlarms 10 } upsAlarmOutputOffAsRequested OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX INTEGER ACCESS read-only...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual upsAlarmFanFailure OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX INTEGER ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The failure of one or more fans in the UPS has been detected." ::= { upsWellKnownAlarms 16 } upsAlarmFuseFailure OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX INTEGER ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The failure of one or more fuses has been detected."...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual "A upsShutdownAfterDelay countdown is underway." ::= { upsWellKnownAlarms 22 } upsAlarmShutdownImminent OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX INTEGER ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The UPS will turn off power to the load in less than 5 seconds; this may be either a timed shutdown or a low battery shutdown."...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The results of the current or last UPS diagnostics test performed. The values for donePass(1), doneWarning(2), and doneError(3) indicate that the test completed either successfully, with a warning, or with an error, respectively. The value aborted(4) is returned for tests which are aborted by setting the value of upsTestId to upsTestAbortTestInProgress.

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual SYNTAX INTEGER ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "No tests have been initiated and no test is in progress." ::= { upsWellKnownTests 1 } upsTestAbortTestInProgress OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX INTEGER ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The test in progress is to be aborted / the test in progress was aborted."...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual DESCRIPTION "This object determines the nature of the action to be taken at the time when the countdown of the upsShutdownAfterDelay and upsRebootWithDuration objects reaches zero. Setting this object to output(1) indicates that shutdown requests should cause only the output of the UPS to turn off.

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual expires during a utility failure, the startup shall not occur until the utility power is restored. some systems, if the agent is restarted while a startup countdown is in effect, the countdown is aborted." ::= { upsControl 3 } upsRebootWithDuration OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX INTEGER...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The magnitude of the nominal input voltage (RMS Volts). On those systems which support read-write access to this object, if there is an attempt to set this variable to a value that is not supported, the request must be rejected and the agent shall respond with an appropriate error message, i.e., badValue for SNMPv1, or inconsistentValue for SNMPv2."...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual ::= { upsConfig 5 } upsConfigOutputPower OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX NonNegativeInteger -- UNITS Watts ACCESS read-only STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The magnitude of the nominal true power rating (watts)." ::= { upsConfig 6 } upsConfigLowBattTime OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX NonNegativeInteger -- UNITS minutes ACCESS read-write STATUS...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual upsConfigHighVoltageTransferPoint OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX NonNegativeInteger -- UNITS RMS Volts ACCESS read-write STATUS mandatory DESCRIPTION "The maximum line voltage (RMS Volts) allowed before the UPS system transfers to battery backup." ::= { upsConfig 10 } -- UPS trap information group upsTrapInfo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { MitsubishiUPS 10 } trapCode OBJECT-TYPE SYNTAX Unsigned32...

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    Mitsubishi Netcom User Manual DESCRIPTION "Alarm cleared." ::= 4 upsTrapInitialization TRAP-TYPE ENTERPRISE MitsubishiUPS VARIABLES { upsIdentName } DESCRIPTION "This trap is sent each time a NetCom device is initialized." ::= 5 Rev 3 02/24/2009...

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