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Cross Subnet HTTP and Telnet access on 9617

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Cross Subnet HTTP and Telnet access on 9617

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/15/2009


If I am on the same subnet as the UPS/Card I am able to access the Telnet and HTTP servers on the Network Management Card. However, if I am sitting on another subnet, I am unable to access the servers. I am still able to ping the device, which shows the IP configuration is correct. I am wondering if there is a filter and/or security setting I am missing that will allow me access?


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Re: Cross Subnet HTTP and Telnet access on 9617

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/15/2009


There is not any type of ip filter you can set up for http or telnet access. I would verify with your network admin that ports 80, 443, or whatever other port you may have set in network settings of the card, are open between network segments.

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Re: Cross Subnet HTTP and Telnet access on 9617

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/15/2009


There is not any type of ip filter you can set up for http or telnet access. I would verify with your network admin that ports 80, 443, or whatever other port you may have set in network settings of the card, are open between network segments.