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SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

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SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/25/2007


Is there any way around this problem?

Thanks!
Mat


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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Robert on APC forums on 7/16/2013


The login bug appears to be fixed in v3.7.4.  I can log in to the web interface with encryption enabled now.  The device still occasionally drops a request when clicking around in the PDU management website, but in chrome I can click the X button and then repeat the request and it always goes through on the second try.

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Mat_apc
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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 7/3/2007


okay, here it is:

; American Power Conversion
; Network Management Card AOS v3.5.5
; Smart-UPS & Matrix-UPS APP v3.5.5
; (c) Copyright 2003 - 2005 All Rights Reserved
; Configuration file, generated on 07/03/2007 at 12:39:56 by Administrator PerSecure
;
; By enabling the security features of this device, you are agreeing
; to the following statements:
;
; A. This Product includes cryptographic software subject to export
; controls under the U.S. Export Administration Regulations. You agree
; to cooperate with American Power Conversion Corporation as reasonably
; necessary to ensure compliance with the laws and regulations of the
; United States and all other relevant countries, relating to exports
; and re-exports ("Export Laws"). You shall not import, export, re-
; export or transfer, directly or indirectly, including via remote
; access, any part of the Products into or to any country (or its
; nationals or permanent residents) or to any end user or end use for
; which prior written governmental authorization is required under
; applicable Export Laws, without first obtaining such authorization. By
; ACCEPTING THESE TERMS, you are representing and warranting that
; neither your use nor your receipt of any part of the Products
; requires prior written authorization under any Export Laws. You are
; responsible for complying with any local laws in your jurisdiction
; which may impact your right to access or use this product.
;
; B. By ACCEPTING THESE TERMS, you are representing and warranting that
; (1) you are not located in or a national of any U.S.-sanctioned or
; terrorist-supporting countries, (2) identified on the U.S. Treasury
; Department's List of Specially Designated Nationals, the U.S. Commerce
; Department's Entity List, or the U.S. Commerce Department's Denied
; Parties List; or (3) engaged in any proliferation-based or terrorist-
; supporting activities.
;

[NetworkTCP/IP]
Override=00 C0 B7 80 89 E4
SystemIP=
SubnetMask=255.255.255.0
DefaultGateway=
BootMode=Manual
HostName=APC
DomainName=example.com
PortSpeed=Auto
DHCPBootpVendorClass=APC
DHCPBootpClientID=MAC
DHCPBootpUserClass=SUMX
BootpMaxRetries=4
BootpUserPriorSettings=enabled
DHCPMaxRetries=0
DHCPRequireCookie=disabled
BootModeTransition=enabled

[NetworkDNS]
PrimaryDNSServerIP=
SecondaryDNSServerIP=
DNSReverseLookup=disabled

[NetworkFTPServer]
Port=21
Access=enabled

[NetworkTelnet]
Port=23
Access=enabled
SSHPort=22
ProtocolMode=SSH V2 Only
EncryptAlgSSHv1DES=disabled
EncryptAlgSSHv1Blowfish=enabled
EncryptAlgSSHv23DES=enabled
EncryptAlgSSHv2Blowfish=disabled
EncryptAlgSSHv2AES128=disabled
EncryptAlgSSHv2AES256=disabled

[NetworkSNMP]
Access=enabled
AccessControl1Community=
AccessControl2Community=
AccessControl3Community=public2
AccessControl4Community=private2
AccessControl1NMS=
AccessControl2NMS=
AccessControl3NMS=0.0.0.0
AccessControl4NMS=0.0.0.0
AccessControl1AccessType=Read
AccessControl2AccessType=Read
AccessControl3AccessType=Disabled
AccessControl4AccessType=Disabled
AccessSnmpIII=disabled
AccessControlSnmpIII1Enabled=disabled
AccessControlSnmpIII2Enabled=disabled
AccessControlSnmpIII3Enabled=disabled
AccessControlSnmpIII4Enabled=disabled
AccessControlSnmpIII1Mapping=0
AccessControlSnmpIII2Mapping=1
AccessControlSnmpIII3Mapping=2
AccessControlSnmpIII4Mapping=3
AccessControlSnmpIII1Address=0.0.0.0
AccessControlSnmpIII2Address=0.0.0.0
AccessControlSnmpIII3Address=0.0.0.0
AccessControlSnmpIII4Address=0.0.0.0
UserProfile1Name=apc snmp profile1
UserProfile2Name=apc snmp profile2
UserProfile3Name=apc snmp profile3
UserProfile4Name=apc snmp profile4
UserProfile1AuthPhrase=apc auth passphrase
UserProfile2AuthPhrase=apc auth passphrase
UserProfile3AuthPhrase=apc auth passphrase
UserProfile4AuthPhrase=apc auth passphrase
UserProfile1EncryptPhrase=apc crypt passphrase
UserProfile2EncryptPhrase=apc crypt passphrase
UserProfile3EncryptPhrase=apc crypt passphrase
UserProfile4EncryptPhrase=apc crypt passphrase
UserProfile1AccessType=noAuthNoPriv
UserProfile2AccessType=noAuthNoPriv
UserProfile3AccessType=noAuthNoPriv
UserProfile4AccessType=noAuthNoPriv
TrapReceiver1Community=
TrapReceiver2Community=
TrapReceiver3Community=public
TrapReceiver4Community=public
TrapReceiver5Community=public
TrapReceiver6Community=public
TrapReceiver1NMS=
TrapReceiver2NMS=
TrapReceiver3NMS=0.0.0.0
TrapReceiver4NMS=0.0.0.0
TrapReceiver5NMS=0.0.0.0
TrapReceiver6NMS=0.0.0.0
TrapReceiver1Enabled=enabled
TrapReceiver2Enabled=enabled
TrapReceiver3Enabled=enabled
TrapReceiver4Enabled=enabled
TrapReceiver5Enabled=enabled
TrapReceiver6Enabled=enabled
TrapReceiver1AuthTrap=enabled
TrapReceiver2AuthTrap=enabled
TrapReceiver3AuthTrap=enabled
TrapReceiver4AuthTrap=enabled
TrapReceiver5AuthTrap=enabled
TrapReceiver6AuthTrap=enabled
TrapReceiver1TrapType=SNMPv1
TrapReceiver2TrapType=SNMPv1
TrapReceiver3TrapType=SNMPv1
TrapReceiver4TrapType=SNMPv1
TrapReceiver5TrapType=SNMPv1
TrapReceiver6TrapType=SNMPv1
TrapReceiver1Mapping=0
TrapReceiver2Mapping=0
TrapReceiver3Mapping=0
TrapReceiver4Mapping=0
TrapReceiver5Mapping=0
TrapReceiver6Mapping=0

[NetworkEMAIL]
EmailServerName=mail.example.com
EmailFromName=E7-12UPS@example.com
EmailReceiver1Address=
EmailReceiver2Address=address@example.com
EmailReceiver3Address=address@example.com
EmailReceiver4Address=address@example.com
EmailReceiver1Route=Local
EmailReceiver2Route=Local
EmailReceiver3Route=Local
EmailReceiver4Route=Local
EmailReceiver1Enable=enabled
EmailReceiver2Enable=disabled
EmailReceiver3Enable=disabled
EmailReceiver4Enable=disabled
EmailReceiver1Format=Long
EmailReceiver2Format=Long
EmailReceiver3Format=Long
EmailReceiver4Format=Long

[NetworkSYSLOG]
Syslog=enabled
Facility=User
Server1=0.0.0.0
Server2=0.0.0.0
Server3=0.0.0.0
Server4=0.0.0.0
Port1=514
Port2=514
Port3=514
Port4=514
SyslogMapCritical=Info
SyslogMapWarning=Warning
SyslogMapInformational=Info

[NetworkWeb]
Port=80
Access=enabled
HTTPSPort=443
ProtocolMode=HTTPS (SSL/TLS)
SSLTLSCipherSuiteDES=disabled
SSLTLSCipherSuite3DES=enabled
SSLTLSCipherSuiteRC4MD5=disabled
SSLTLSCipherSuiteRC4SHA=disabled

[NetworkWAP]
Access=disabled

[NetworkTFTPClient]
RemoteServer=0.0.0.0

[NetworkFTPClient]
RemoteServer=0.0.0.0
RemoteUserName=apc
RemotePassword=apc

[SystemID]
Name=12th-UPS
Contact=
Location=E7

[SystemUserManager]
; To change the Administrator, Device, or Read-Only users
; passwords, use the AdminPassword, DevicePassword, or
; ReadOnlyPassword keywords respectively. i.e., AdminPassword=apc
AutoLogout=10 Minutes
AdminUserName=PerSecure
DeviceUserName=device
DeviceUserAccess=disabled
ReadOnlyUserName=readonly
ReadOnlyUserAccess=disabled

[SystemRADIUS]
Access=RADIUS, then Local
PrimaryServer=
PrimaryServerSecret=
PrimaryServerTimeout=5
SecondaryServer=
SecondaryServerSecret=
SecondaryServerTimeout=5
DNSUpdateInterval=10

[SecureInterface]
; APC Secure Interface (ASI):
; To add an ASI trap recipient, list the IP address in the following form:
; :,
; CurrentASISubscriber=192.168.0.1
; To remove an ASI trap recipient, list the IP or DNS name using the keyword:
; RemoveASISubscriber=192.168.0.2
; To remove all ASI trap recipients, use the keyword, value pair:
; RemoveALLASISubscribers=yes
Access=disabled
AuthenticationPhrase=APC ASI auth phrase
EncryptionPhrase=APC ASI crypt phrase
TrapPort=9952

[SystemDate/Time]
; The current date and time can be configured via the INI file
; using the keywords CurrentDate and CurrentTime. The format of
; CurrentDate is MM/DD/YYYY and the format of CurrentTime is HH:MM:SS
; represented in 24 hour time.
DateFormat=mm/dd/yyyy
DSTConfiguration=Disabled
NTPEnable=enabled
NTPPrimaryServer=
NTPSecondaryServer=0.0.0.0
NTPTimeZone=-06:00
NTPUpdateInterval=336

[SystemPreference]
; The TemperatureDisplay is represented by either a
; C for Celsius or an F for Fahrenheit.
TemperatureDisplay=C
EventLogDisplay=0

[SystemLinks]
LinkName1=APC's Web Site
LinkName2=Testdrive Demo
LinkName3=APC Monitoring
LinkURL1=http://www.apc.com
LinkURL2=http://testdrive.apc.com
LinkURL3=http://rms.apc.com
LinkDisplay1=Link 1
LinkDisplay2=Link 2
LinkDisplay3=Link 3

[SystemModem]
ConsoleDialIn=enabled
InitString=AT&F0E0
Country=United States
DialBack=disabled
DialBackString=9,5551234

[LocalConsole]
BaudRate=2400

[EventLog]
EventLogTimeSelect=2 days
LogFilterSeverity=0xFF
LogFilterCategories=0xFFFFFFFFFF

[DataLog]
; Interval is the Data log recording frequency in seconds. The frequency
; range is from 60 seconds up to 65,535 seconds (18.2 hours).
; The default value is 600 seconds(10 minutes).
Interval=600
LogRotation=disabled
FTPServer=example.com
Username=apc
Password=apc
FilePath=/
FileName=datalog.txt
AutoUploadDelay=1
MaxRetries=255
FailureWaitTime=10
DataLogTimeSelect=8 hours

[RemoteMonitoring]
; CfgEmailStatus cannot be set to enabled until registration
; is completed successfully.RegEmailAddress=""
RegFirstName=""
RegLastName=""
RegCompany=""
RegFacilityAddress=""
RegAddressLine1=""
RegAddressLine2=""
RegCityMunicipality=""
RegStateProvince=""
RegPostalCode=""
RegCountryCode=US
RegPhoneNumber=""
CfgEmailStatus=disabled
CfgPriRegEmailRecip=g3reg@rmsstl.apcc.com
CfgSecRegEmailRecip=g3reg@rmsgal.apcc.com
CfgPriDataEmailRecip=g3devlink@rmsstl.apcc.com
CfgSecDataEmailRecip=g3devlink@rmgal.apcc.com
CfgSendVia=recipient
CfgPriDNSServer=159.215.19.1
CfgSecDNSServer=159.215.19.11
CfgSMTPServer=mail.apcc.com

[SmartUPS/Matrix]
HighTransferVoltage=127
LowTransferVoltage=106
Sensitivity=High
ReturnBatteryCapacity=15
LowBatteryDuration=2
ShutdownDelay=90
ReturnDelay=0
SleepTime=000
UPSName=E7 12UPS
BatteryDate=03/21/06
AudibleAlarm=Power Fail
ExternalBatteries=0
SimpleSignalShutdown=disabled
SelfTestSchedule=Every 14 days

[PowerChute]
; PowerChute Network Shutdown, provides reliable network based shutdown of
; multiple computer systems to enhance the manageability of APC UPSs in
; datacenter environments. To add a client server, simply list the IP as such:
; CurrentPCNSClientIP=192.168.0.1
; To remove a specific client, list the client using the keyword:
; RemovePCNSClientIP=192.168.0.2
; To remove all configured clients, use the keyword, value pair:
; RemoveALLPCNSClientIP=yes
OnBatteryShutdownBehavior=Reboot On Line Return
AuthPhrase=admin user phrase

[Scheduling]
; Schedule a shutdown event of the UPS.
; Format: Event# = Status, Interval, Turn Off Time, Turn On Time, PCNS, Name
; Status: Enabled/Disabled/Delete
; Interval: Once, Daily, 1 Week, 2/4/8 Weeks
; Turn Off Time: Time (Daily), Day Time (Weekly), or Date Time (Once)
; Turn On Time: Time (Daily), Day/'Same Day' Time (Weekly), or Date Time (Once)
; PCNS: Enabled/Disabled (PowerChute Network Shutdowns)
; Name: Text description
Event1=Not Configured
Event2=Not Configured
Event3=Not Configured
Event4=Not Configured
Event5=Not Configured
Event6=Not Configured
Event7=Not Configured
Event8=Not Configured
Event9=Not Configured
Event10=Not Configured
Event11=Not Configured
Event12=Not Configured
Event13=Not Configured
Event14=Not Configured
Event15=Not Configured
Event16=Not Configured

[SyncControlGroup]
SyncCtrlGrpMembership=disabled
SyncCtrlGrpNumber=1
SyncCtrlGrpPowerSyncDelay=120
SyncCtrlGrpReturnBatCapOffset=10
SyncCtrlGrpMulticastIPAddr=224.0.0.100

[ExternalEMU]
; EMU Not Discovered

[IntegratedEMU]
; IEM Not Discovered

[Paging]
Recipient1Name=Pager 1
Recipient2Name=Pager 2
Recipient3Name=Pager 3
Recipient4Name=Pager 4
Recipient1Access=disabled
Recipient2Access=disabled
Recipient3Access=disabled
Recipient4Access=disabled
Recipient1Mode=Analog
Recipient2Mode=Analog
Recipient3Mode=Analog
Recipient4Mode=Analog
Recipient1DialString=9,15555551234@
Recipient2DialString=9,15555551234@
Recipient3DialString=9,15555551234@
Recipient4DialString=9,15555551234@
Recipient1SpaceCharacter=*
Recipient2SpaceCharacter=*
Recipient3SpaceCharacter=*
Recipient4SpaceCharacter=*
Recipient1EndString=""
Recipient2EndString=""
Recipient3EndString=""
Recipient4EndString=""
Recipient1SendOutofBandMgmtEventCodes=disabled
Recipient2SendOutofBandMgmtEventCodes=disabled
Recipient3SendOutofBandMgmtEventCodes=disabled
Recipient4SendOutofBandMgmtEventCodes=disabled
Recipient1Carrier=Carrier1
Recipient2Carrier=Carrier2
Recipient3Carrier=Carrier3
Recipient4Carrier=Carrier4
Recipient1PagerNumber=""
Recipient2PagerNumber=""
Recipient3PagerNumber=""
Recipient4PagerNumber=""
TAPCarrier1Name=TAP Carrier 1
TAPCarrier2Name=TAP Carrier 2
TAPCarrier3Name=TAP Carrier 3
TAPCarrier4Name=TAP Carrier 4
TAPCarrier1PhoneNumber=9,15555551234
TAPCarrier2PhoneNumber=9,15555551234
TAPCarrier3PhoneNumber=9,15555551234
TAPCarrier4PhoneNumber=9,15555551234
TAPCarrier1Parity=Even
TAPCarrier2Parity=Even
TAPCarrier3Parity=Even
TAPCarrier4Parity=Even
TAPCarrier1DataBits=7
TAPCarrier2DataBits=7
TAPCarrier3DataBits=7
TAPCarrier4DataBits=7
MessageDelay=0 seconds
Repeat=1 try
PageInterval=1 minute
NumericSiteID=""
SiteName=APC Management
SiteIDMode=IP address

[EventActionConfig]

; System: Coldstart.
E0001=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Warmstart.
E0002=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: SNMP configuration change.
E0003=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Detected an unauthorized user attempting to access the SNMP interface.
E0004=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Detected an unauthorized user attempting to access the Control Console interface.
E0005=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Detected an unauthorized user attempting to access the Web interface.
E0006=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Detected an unauthorized user attempting to access the FTP interface.
E0045=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Network service started.
E0007=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Password changed.
E0008=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Restarting.
E0009=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: FTP File transfer started.
E000C=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: TFTP File transfer started.
E000D=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: File transfer failed.
E000F=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Console user logged in.
E0014=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Web user logged in.
E0015=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: FTP user logged in.
E0016=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Reset to Defaults.
E0018=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Initializing data in the file.
E0019=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Email information.
E001A=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: TCP/IP stack failure.
E001D=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Console user logged out.
E001E=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Web user logged out.
E001F=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: FTP user logged out.
E0020=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Set Date or Time.
E0021=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Trace information.
E0024=,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Data Log cleared.
E0023=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Modem dial-out failed.
E0025=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: RMS CLI user logged in.
E0026=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: RMS CLI user logged out.
E0027=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Network service information.
E002A=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Network service could not start.
E002B=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Network service stopped.
E002C=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: SSL Error: Invalid certificate.
E002D=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: New certificate loaded.
E002E=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: SSL enabled (now using HTTPS).
E002F=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: SSL disabled (now using HTTP).
E0030=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Session Management enabled.
E0039=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Session Management disabled.
E003A=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: WebServer could not start
E0031=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: DNS Network Error.
E0032=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Configuration change.
E0033=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Configuration file uploaded complete.
E0034=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Paging: Failed to send message.
E0035=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: SSL information.
E0036=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: SSH/SCP information.
E0037=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Certificate, host key, and log store information.
E0038=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Set Daylight Saving Time.
E003D=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: NTP update failure.
E003F=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Data Log Upload event.
E0040=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: RMS failed to send email/modem.
E0041=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; System: Lost communications event manually cleared.
E0044=E,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Restored the local network management interface-to-UPS communication.
E0101=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Lost the local network management interface-to-UPS communication.
E0102=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The load exceeds 100% of rated capacity.
E0103=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The load no longer exceeds 100% of rated capacity.
E0104=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Passed a self-test.
E0105=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Failed a self-test.
E0106=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery power is too low to support the load; if power fails, the UPS will be shut down immediately.
E0107=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A discharged battery condition no longer exists.
E0108=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: On battery power in response to an input power problem.
E0109=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: No longer on battery power.
E010A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Compensating for a low input voltage.
E010B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: No longer compensating for a low input voltage.
E010C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Compensating for a high input voltage.
E010D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: No longer compensating for a high input voltage.
E010E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery power is too low to continue to support the load; the UPS will shut down if input power does not return to normal soon.
E010F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A low battery condition no longer exists.
E0110=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The output power is now turned on.
E0113=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The output power is turned off.
E0114=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Turned off for a defined period of time in response to a software command, or off while waiting for input power to return to normal.
E0115=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Turned on after a defined period of time, or input power has returned to normal.
E0116=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Started a reboot process.
E0117=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: At least one faulty battery exists.
E0119=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A faulty battery no longer exists.
E011A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: In bypass in response to an internal hardware fault.
E011B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: In bypass in response to the UPS front-panel or a user-initiated software command, typically for maintenance.
E011C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: In bypass in response to the bypass switch at the UPS, typically for maintenance.
E011D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: No longer in bypass.
E011E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A bypass power supply fault exists.
E011F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A base module fan fault exists.
E0120=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Restored communication with the battery packs.
E0121=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Lost communication with the battery packs.
E0122=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Started a runtime calibration.
E0123=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Completed a runtime calibration.
E0124=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Graceful shutdown in progress.
E0125=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An automatic voltage regulator (AVR) relay fault exists.
E0126=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An automatic voltage regulator (AVR) relay fault no longer exists.
E0127=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An abnormal output voltage exists.
E0128=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An abnormal output voltage no longer exists.
E0129=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A battery charger fault exists.
E012A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A battery charger fault no longer exists.
E012B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The internal battery temperature exceeds the critical threshold.
E012C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The internal battery temperature no longer exceeds the critical threshold.
E012D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery is not installed properly.
E012F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery is now installed.
E0130=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Started a scheduled shutdown.
E0131=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Failed a scheduled shutdown.
E0132=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: deleted a scheduled shutdown.
E0133=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The power for the outlet group is now turned on.
E0134=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The power for the outlet group is turned off.
E0135=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A synchronization command information message occurred.
E0136=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Started a self-test.
E0137=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An inverter DC imbalance exists.
E0138=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An inverter DC imbalance no longer exists.
E0139=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A base module fan fault no longer exists.
E013A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An electronics unit fan fault exists.
E013B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An electronics unit fan fault no longer exists.
E013C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A bypass power supply fault no longer exists.
E013D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A main relay fault exists.
E013E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A main relay fault no longer exists.
E013F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A bypass relay fault exists.
E0140=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A bypass relay fault no longer exists.
E0141=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An external battery pack was installed.
E0142=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An external battery pack was removed..
E0143=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Unknown UPS event.
E0144=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Unknown UPS event.
E0145=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Unknown UPS event.
E0146=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Unknown UPS event.
E0147=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Lost the management interface-to-UPS communication while the UPS was on battery.
E0148=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: SNMP was used to issue a control command.
E0149=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A power factor correction input relay fault exists.
E0150=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A power factor correction input relay fault no longer exists.
E0151=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The internal UPS temperature exceeds the critical threshold.
E0152=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The internal UPS temperature no longer exceeds the critical threshold.
E0153=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery voltage exceeds the nominal battery voltage rating.
E0154=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery voltage no longer exceeds the nominal battery voltage rating.
E0155=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An EEPROM fault exists.
E0156=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An EEPROM fault no longer exists.
E0157=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A fault exists at the battery temperature sensor.
E0159=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A fault no longer exists at the battery temperature sensor.
E015A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A battery bus soft start fault exists.
E015B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A battery bus soft start fault no longer exists.
E015C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The output has a short-circuit.
E015D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The output no longer has a short-circuit.
E015E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An output relay fault exists.
E015F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An output relay fault no longer exists.
E0160=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A power factor correction fault exists.
E0161=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A power factor correction fault no longer exists.
E0162=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A DC bus overvoltage exists.
E0163=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A DC bus overvoltage no longer exists.
E0164=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An inverter fault exists.
E0165=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An inverter fault no longer exists.
E0166=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An analog-to-digital (A/D) converter fault exists.
E0167=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An analog-to-digital (A/D) converter fault no longer exists.
E0168=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A logic power supply fault exists.
E0169=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A logic power supply fault no longer exists.
E016A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A backfeed relay fault exists.
E016B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A backfeed relay fault no longer exists.
E016C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A power module fault exists.
E0201=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A power module fault no longer exists.
E0202=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A battery fault exists.
E0207=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A battery fault no longer exists.
E0208=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A load (kVA) alarm threshold violation exists.
E0209=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A load (kVA) alarm threshold violation no longer exists.
E020A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An input voltage or frequency problem prevents switching to bypass mode.
E020F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An input voltage or frequency problem no longer prevents switching to bypass mode.
E0210=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: In bypass in response to an internal hardware fault.
E0215=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: No longer in bypass.
E0216=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: In bypass in response to an overload.
E0217=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: No longer in bypass.
E0218=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: In bypass for maintenance.
E0219=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: No longer in bypass.
E021A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: System level fan fault exists.
E021D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: System level fan fault no longer exists.
E021E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A runtime alarm threshold violation exists.
E0227=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A runtime alarm threshold violation no longer exists.
E0228=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An extended run frame fault exists.
E0229=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An extended run frame fault no longer exists.
E022A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The output voltage is outside its defined limits.
E022B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The output voltage is no longer outside its defined limits.
E022C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A phase synchronization fault exists.
E022D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A phase synchronization fault no longer exists.
E022E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery is not installed properly.
E022F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery is now installed.
E0230=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery voltage exceeds the nominal battery voltage rating.
E0231=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The battery voltage no longer exceeds the nominal battery voltage rating.
E0232=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Non-specific fault; Access UPS keyboard for details.
E0233=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Non-specific fault cleared.
E0234=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A site wiring fault exists.
E0235=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A site wiring fault no longer exists.
E0236=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The number of batteries increased.
E0241=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The number of batteries decreased.
E0242=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The number of extended run frames increased.
E0249=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The number of extended run frames decreased.
E024A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q001 has closed.
E024D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q001 has opened.
E024E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q002 has closed.
E024F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q002 has opened.
E0250=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q003 has closed.
E0251=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q003 has opened.
E0252=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q004 has closed.
E0253=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q004 has opened.
E0254=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q005 has closed.
E025B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q005 has opened.
E025C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q006 has closed.
E025D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q006 has opened.
E025E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q007 has closed.
E025F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q007 has opened.
E0260=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q008 has closed.
E0261=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q008 has opened.
E0262=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q009 has closed.
E0263=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q009 has opened.
E0264=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q010 has closed.
E0265=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: The external Switch Gear Q010 has opened.
E0266=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An emergency power off (EPO) switch is activated.
E0A01=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An emergency power off (EPO) switch is no longer activated.
E0A02=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A static bypass switch module fault exists.
E0A03=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A static bypass switch module fault no longer exists.
E0A04=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A system start up configuration fault exists.
E0A05=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A system start up configuration fault no longer exists.
E0A06=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A power supply unit (PSU) fault exists.
E0A07=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A power supply unit (PSU) fault no longer exists.
E0A08=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A weak battery exists.
E0A09=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A weak battery no longer exists.
E0A0A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A high battery temperature exists.
E0A0B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A high battery temperature no longer exists.
E0A0C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An internal mechanical bypass exists.
E0A0D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An internal mechanical bypass no longer exists.
E0A0E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Lost parallel redundancy.
E0A0F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: Restored parallel redundancy.
E0A10=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel bus communication fault exists on cable 1.
E0A11=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel bus communication fault no longer exists on cable 1.
E0A12=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel bus communication fault exists on cable 2.
E0A13=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel bus communication fault no longer exists on cable 2.
E0A14=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An auxilliary bus communication fault exists.
E0A15=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An auxilliary bus communication fault no longer exists.
E0A16=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel bus termination fault exists on cable 1.
E0A17=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel bus termination fault no longer exists on cable 1.
E0A18=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel bus termination fault exists on cable 2.
E0A19=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel bus termination fault no longer exists on cable 2.
E0A1A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An auxilliary bus termination fault exists.
E0A1B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An auxilliary bus termination fault no longer exists.
E0A1C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A no master present fault exists in the parallel system.
E0A1D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A no master present fault no longer exists in the parallel system.
E0A1E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An overload exists on a parallel unit.
E0A1F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: An overload no longer exists on a parallel unit.
E0A20=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel configuration fault exists.
E0A21=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; UPS: A parallel configuration fault no longer exists.
E0A22=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A critical fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 1 ({name} at {location}).
E0301=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A fault no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 1 ({name} at {location}).
E0302=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A critical fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 2 ({name} at {location}).
E0303=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A fault no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 2 ({name} at {location}).
E0304=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A critical fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 3 ({name} at {location}).
E0305=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A fault no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 3 ({name} at {location}).
E0306=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A critical fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 4 ({name} at {location}).
E0307=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A fault no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 4 ({name} at {location}).
E0308=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum temperature threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E0331=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum temperature threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}).
E0332=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low temperature threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E0309=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low temperature threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}).
E030A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high temperature threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E030B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high temperature threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}).
E030C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum temperature threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E032F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum temperature threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}).
E0330=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum humidity threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E0335=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum humidity threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}).
E0336=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low humidity threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E030D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low humidity threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}).
E030E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high humidity threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E030F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high humidity threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}).
E0310=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum humidity threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E0333=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum humidity threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 1 ({name} at {location}).
E0334=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum temperature threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E0339=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum temperature threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}).
E033A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low temperature threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E0311=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low temperature threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}).
E0312=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high temperature threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E0313=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high temperature threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}).
E0314=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum temperature threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E0337=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum temperature threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}).
E0338=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum humidity threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E033D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum humidity threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}).
E033E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low humidity threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E0315=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low humidity threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}).
E0316=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high humidity threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E0317=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high humidity threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}).
E0318=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum humidity threshold violation exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E033B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum humidity threshold violation no longer exists for external Environmental Monitor sensor 2 ({name} at {location}).
E033C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: Restored the local network management interface-to-external Environmental Monitoring Card communication.
E0319=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: Lost the local network management interface-to-external Environmental Monitoring Card communication.
E031A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A critical fault exists for integrated Environmental Monitor input contact {number} ({name} at {location}).
E031B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A fault no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor input contact {number} ({name} at {location}).
E031C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum temperature threshold violation exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E0329=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum temperature threshold violation no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}).
E032A=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low temperature threshold violation exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E031D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low temperature threshold violation no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}).
E031E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high temperature threshold violation exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E031F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high temperature threshold violation no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}).
E0320=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum temperature threshold violation exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E0327=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum temperature threshold violation no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}).
E0328=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum humidity threshold violation exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E032D=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A minimum humidity threshold violation no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}).
E032E=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low humidity threshold violation exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}) reporting under {threshold}.
E0321=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A low humidity threshold violation no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}).
E0322=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high humidity threshold violation exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E0323=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A high humidity threshold violation no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}).
E0324=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum humidity threshold violation exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}) reporting over {threshold}.
E032B=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A maximum humidity threshold violation no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor sensor ({name} at {location}).
E032C=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A fault exists for integrated Environmental Monitor Output Relay ({name} at {location}).
E0325=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A fault no longer exists for integrated Environmental Monitor Output Relay ({name} at {location}).
E0326=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A warning fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 1 ({name} at {location}).
E033F=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A warning fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 2 ({name} at {location}).
E0340=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A warning fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 3 ({name} at {location}).
E0341=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A warning fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact 4 ({name} at {location}).
E0342=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: A warning fault exists for integrated Environmental Monitor input contact {number} ({name} at {location}).
E0343=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: Restored the local network management interface-to-integrated Environmental Monitor Input sensor ({name} at {location}) communication.
E0344=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: Lost the local network management interface-to-integrated Environmental Monitor Input sensor ({name} at {location}) communication.
E0345=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: Restored the local network management interface-to-external Environmental Monitor sensor {number} ({name} at {location}) communication.
E0346=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: Lost the local network management interface-to-external Environmental Monitor sensor {number} ({name} at {location}) communication.
E0347=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: Restored the local network management interface-to-external Environmental Monitor input contact {number} ({name} at {location}) communication.
E0348=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

; Environment: Lost the local network management interface-to-external Environmental Monitor input contact {number} ({name} at {location}) communication.
E0349=ES,E[:::],T[:::::],P[:::]

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/25/2007


Hi Mat,
Are you referring to RADIUS authentication or SNMP v3 authentication? Is every function of the web interface slow, or just the initial authentication?

This doesn't sound like a problem I've come across before, so without knowing a bit more about what is happening, its hard to say what possible solutions are relevant. In general, its always good practice to make sure you are using the latest firmware rev. If you are already using the latest and greatest, it may help to reflash again.

I'm not sure what card you have, but all the latest APC firmware can be downloaded here:
http://www.apcc.com/tools/download/index.cfm

Mat_apc
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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/21/2007


Sorry it's SSL that is the problem

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/21/2007


Allthough I do not use the SSL feature often, I haven't experienced any slow behavior in the past (other than the initial SSL login). If you can tell me what firmware version(s) you are using, I would like to try and recreate the problem here. The firmware version can be found in the Administration -> General -> About menu. Specifically, I am looking for the Application module and AOS information. Thanks.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/25/2007


Hello,

What type of network are you on, in terms of speed? Due to the fact that the information being sent is encrypted, you may experience some latency on smaller or congested networks.

Are you using just UPS Network Cards or do you have other APC devices with embedded Network Management? Are you using SSL on those devices?

Mat_apc
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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/25/2007


I'm using AOS 3.5.5, and App Module sumx, 3.5.5
SNMP card model is: AP9617

Thanks for your help

KVM4Life_apc
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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/25/2007


Hello,

I'm on a fast network myself, but I'm not experiencing the same amount of latency (5-10 seconds) when trying to access a page. Do you see the latency greater at certain times of the day versus others?

Did you use the configuration wizard to generate the CA certs or are you using your own CA server? Personally I only have access to the security wizard so I can't test out any third party CA servers.

Have you tried clearing any of your cards (resetting to defaults) and trying an initial configuration over? If you ever wanted to try this you can download the configuration file for the card (config.ini by FTP or SCP) so that it can be uploaded after testing and you don't lose the cards configuration completely. After testing you can simply upload the configuration back to the card.

Mat_apc
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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/26/2007


The latency is about the same throughout the whole day. We are not using certs, just using the SSL for encryption.
As for clearing the cards, haha....I've have wiped the config, and uploaded,downloaded, re-wrote...just about anything I could think of. Makes no difference once SSL is enabled...

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/26/2007


Hello,

I tried using just SSL without any certs uploaded, and its still working okay for me.

Have you possibly tried different ports on the card?

Are you making a direct connection or are you trying to go through a proxy of some kind? ISX Manager, ISX Central, etc?

Mat_apc
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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/27/2007


No proxy, but It's interesting you actually enabled SSL and it didn't slow down. That's good to hear...means it's probably something fixable. Not sure about ports, did you just use the default? 443 I think it is?

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/27/2007


Yeah nevermind, Tried a couple different ports, same result 😞

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/28/2007


Hello,

I'm really not sure why its moving slow, especially if you simply enabled SSL and didn't upload any certs.

What type of browser are you using to view the card?

Mat_apc
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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/28/2007


just IE 6

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/28/2007


Hello,

Okay, any chance I could get a copy of your config file from one of your network cards? Do you know how to get this file?

If I could look at the config file I'll see if theres anything there that could be causing a slow interface.

I'm also using IE6. I tried it on IE7 too and didn't see any problems when logged in, except for the event log page. The event log will take a little bit longer to load regardless of browser type. Also, when initially logging in, there is a slight lag. However, once logged in, I could move between menus without problem.

Mat_apc
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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 7/3/2007


I can get you the config, however I'll have to clear the IP's/Domains due to privacy issues...I'll post it in a bit, thanks again.

Mat_apc
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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/18/2007


I am referring to RADIUS authentication. Every function is very slow. This happens to every one we set up, and I'm not sure why...

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SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/25/2007


Is there any way around this problem?

Thanks!
Mat

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/25/2007


I'm on a very fast corporate network, and yes, I am just using UPS network cards. I know SSL slows things down a bit, but this is painfully slow...I'd say about 5-10 seconds to load any page on the web interface. I am thinking I will just have to live with it, because we need to keep encryption on these things...

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 4/16/2009


I have the same problem with an AP7931 running firmware 3.7. Once I enable SSL with a self-signed certificate, it is PAINFULLY slow on the web interface, as in 1 to 3 minutes for each page to load, both on LAN and via high-speed WAN. I've had this problem with an AP7900, too. It's practically unusable. Using Telnet interface is very fast, but obviously it's not practical to use Telnet via WAN for security reasons.

This appears to be an issue with either the softwar or perhaps these units contain underpowered CPUs that just cannot handle the encryption in a speedy manner.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 4/16/2009


the new PDUs and NMC2 (network management cards second generation) will have more processing power which will make SSL operate much more smoothly with no more delays.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 7/17/2008


My web interface would take approx 1-2 mins to login. Here's how I fixed the problem. Enable telnet, connect via telnet and then reconnect with the web interface and you can disable telnet. After connecting once via telnet, my web interface logs in within a few seconds.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Robert on APC forums on 9/15/2011


That's not accurate. Submitting a password form over HTTPS doesn't involve any more encryption than loading the front page. This issue is more likely a software bug.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Robert on APC forums on 9/14/2011


I'm having the same problem with an AP7900 login using SSL and a signed certificate. The front page loads quickly, and all of the management pages are very quick. The problem is when I submit a password, it takes about 2 minutes for the login to complete. Everything else works normally, and I'm currently using AOS v3.7.3.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 9/14/2011


unfortunately, this is really just because of all the encrypting and decrypting going on. it is relatively normal with that piece of hardware but has been addressed in NMC2 devices, such as AP8XXX PDUs.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 9/15/2011


but the login page is also smaller in size than the rest of the pages. this issue has occurred for majority of the 3.x firmwares and from what i know it is simply because there is not as much processing power available as in NMC2 when this type of service is enabled. because of this, for SSH/SSL, you can choose which protocols (MD5, AES, etc) you'd like to have enabled/disabled to improve performance where NMC2 does not allow that anymore since it doesnt affect performance on the new hardware. i would have assumed that someone would have fixed it if it was a firmware bug but that is just my thought. NMC2 devices have a separate security processor which removes this load from the main processor, unlike the AP7XXX PDUs.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Robert on APC forums on 9/15/2011


i picKed a winna wrote:
but the login page is also smaller in size than the rest of the pages.
You're not understanding the situation. All of the rest of the pages load extremely fast. The only delay is when the password form is submitted.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 9/15/2011


i apologize, i guess I misunderstood based on this:

I'm having the same problem with an AP7900 login using SSL and a signed certificate. The front page loads quickly, and all of the management pages are very quick. The problem is when I submit a password, it takes about 2 minutes for the login to complete. Everything else works normally, and I'm currently using AOS v3.7.3.
i must have skipped the second part, thinking the front page was the login page but i assume now you meant the home page with a summary of your current status and alarms. generally, with any of the pages on this unit, i find it takes 30 seconds in between each click so i am sort of surprised that is the only page with a 2+ minute time and the others are relatively quick.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Robert on APC forums on 9/15/2011


i picKed a winna wrote:
i must have skipped the second part, thinking the front page was the login page but i assume now you meant the home page with a summary of your current status and alarms.
I do not mean the home page. Please do not assume. The front page is the login page. It takes maybe 10 seconds to load the login page. Submitting the login causes a delay of about 2 minutes. After that, all pages, including the home page, load instantly.

Also if anyone is interested in the 10-second front page delay, it may be related to SSL errors. Chrome says "The connection had to be retried using SSL 3.0." So I think that initial delay is connection related. This still does not explain the ongoing login bug.

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Re: SNMP Web Interface SLLOOOWWW once authentication is enabled.

This reply was originally posted by Robert on APC forums on 7/16/2013


The login bug appears to be fixed in v3.7.4.  I can log in to the web interface with encryption enabled now.  The device still occasionally drops a request when clicking around in the PDU management website, but in chrome I can click the X button and then repeat the request and it always goes through on the second try.