What is UPS NMC?

What is UPS NMC?

What is UPS NMC?

APC UPS Network Management Cards allow for secure monitoring and control of an individual APC UPS via web browser, command line interface, or SNMP. The configurable notification features keep you informed of problems as they occur.

How do I update my NMC APC?

Locate and click the Firmware Upgrade Utility application. Enter your Username and Password. The default values are both lowercase “apc”. Click the Ping button to assure you have connectivity with the card to be upgraded.

How do I connect to APC NMC?

Use the default username and password of “apc”….You are now in the control console.

  1. Choose “Network”
  2. Choose “TCP/IP”
  3. Choose “Boot mode”
  4. Change Boot mode to “Manual”
  5. Set the system IP, subnet mask, and default gateway.
  6. Accept changes.
  7. Press Ctrl-C to return to main menu.
  8. Log out of console to save changes.

How do I restart my APC NMC?

Solution: To reset the network interface of a SMT, SMTL, or SMX model UPS, on the display interface hold the UP and DOWN buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds. The display flashes to indicate that the network interface has restarted.

How do I update my NMC2 firmware?

NMC2 – Log into the Web UI and navigate to About -> Network. The updated firmware should be listed on this page. Alternatively, verify via Telnet, SSH, or local console connection on the main page after log in.

How do I access APC UPS?

Install the software on a computer located on the same network as the APC UPS. Start the Network Management Card Device IP Configuration Utility. Enter the full IP address range of your network and click on the button to start the search for the UPS. The system will automatically locate the IP address of your APC UPS.

How do I check my APC warranty?

Check my warranty status: http://www.apc.com/site/support/index.cfm/warranty-services/ups-factory-warranty-status/

How long do APC warranties last?

American Power Conversion (APC) warrants its Smart-UPS (Products) to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three (3) years, excluding the batteries, which are warranted for two (2) years, from date of purchase.