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Smart UPS 3000 w/9630 will SNMP outlet control events be logged?

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Smart UPS 3000 w/9630 will SNMP outlet control events be logged?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/11/2014


We had a SmartUPS 3000 drop load.  The log indicated that the outlet groups were powered off and back on, but noone was logged onto the device, either cmd line or web.  If an SNMP write toggles the outlet groups off and on, would that be logged by the UPS?

06/11/2014
10:06:41
UPS: No longer compensating for a low input voltage.

06/11/2014
10:06:35
UPS: Compensating for a low input voltage.

06/11/2014
10:06:34
UPS: The output power is now turned on.

06/11/2014
10:06:34
UPS: The power for switched outlet group 3, Outlet Group 3, is now turned on.

06/11/2014
10:06:34
UPS: The power for switched outlet group 2, Outlet Group 2, is now turned on.

06/11/2014
10:06:34
UPS: The power for switched outlet group 1, Outlet Group 1, is now turned on.

06/11/2014
10:06:34
UPS: No longer compensating for a low input voltage.

06/11/2014
10:06:33
UPS: The output power is turned off.

06/11/2014
10:06:33
UPS: No longer on battery power.

06/11/2014
10:06:32
UPS: On battery power in response to rapid change of input.

06/11/2014
10:06:32
UPS: Switched outlet group 3, Outlet Group 3, has been commanded to shutdown with on delay.

06/11/2014
10:06:32
UPS: The power for switched outlet group 3, Outlet Group 3, is now turned off.

06/11/2014
10:06:32
UPS: Switched outlet group 2, Outlet Group 2, has been commanded to shutdown with on delay.

06/11/2014
10:06:32
UPS: The power for switched outlet group 2, Outlet Group 2, is now turned off.

06/11/2014
10:06:32
UPS: Switched outlet group 1, Outlet Group 1, has been commanded to shutdown with on delay.

06/11/2014
10:06:32
UPS: The power for switched outlet group 1, Outlet Group 1, is now turned off.

06/11/2014
10:06:32
UPS: Compensating for a low input voltage.


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Re: Smart UPS 3000 w/9630 will SNMP outlet control events be logged?

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 6/11/2014


Hello,

Yes, these should be logged but I don't think it will necessarily say via SNMP but it does look like something told this to shutdown with a turn on delay after. You'd also want to make sure you don't have a random USB or serial cable attached to the UPS.

If you want to provide the full logs from the Network Management Card, I can take a further look to see if anything stands out. (Instructions here on how to do that if you need it -> How can I download Event, Data, Configuration, and Debug files from my Network Management Card? | FA...)

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Re: Smart UPS 3000 w/9630 will SNMP outlet control events be logged?

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 6/11/2014


Hello,

Yes, these should be logged but I don't think it will necessarily say via SNMP but it does look like something told this to shutdown with a turn on delay after. You'd also want to make sure you don't have a random USB or serial cable attached to the UPS.

If you want to provide the full logs from the Network Management Card, I can take a further look to see if anything stands out. (Instructions here on how to do that if you need it -> How can I download Event, Data, Configuration, and Debug files from my Network Management Card? | FA...)