Tripp Lite UPS Remote Monitoring and control via SNMP Web or Telnet

Mfg.Part: SNMPWEBCARD | CDW Part: 309803 | UNSPSC: 43222633
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  • * Internal SNMP/Web management accessory card * Simple installation and setup * New web interface * Tripp Lite's SNMPWEBCARD is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases
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  • * Internal SNMP/Web management accessory card * Simple installation and setup * New web interface * Tripp Lite's SNMPWEBCARD is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases
Tripp Lite's SNMPWEBCARD allows network users to operate any expansion slot-equipped Tripp Lite SmartPro or SmartOnline UPS as a managed device on the network. Enables remote monitoring and control of UPS and site electrical conditions using the SNMP network management platform or a web browser. Provides remote viewing of site electrical data, UPS status information and self-test logs. Supports selective rebooting of locked network equipment without disrupting power to other devices when used with customized load management receptacles available on select Tripp Lite UPS systems. Optional ENVIROSENSE module provides remote temperature/humidity monitoring and a dry contact interface to control and monitor alarm, security and telecom devices. NEW firmware web-only version 12.06.0060 now available! - supports IPv6. Firmware is not applicable with cards running firmware version 12.04.0047 or earlier. NOTE: Existing 12.04.0048 and 12.04.0049 cards can be upgraded to the 12.04.0055 firmware to provide SNMPv3 support, then to 12.06.0060 for IPv6 support.

• Federal Trade Agreements Act / TAA Compliant for GSA Schedule purchases
• NEW firmware version 12.06.0064 now available!
• Radius support
• Security enhancements
• Data and event logs can be setup to automatically send the log via email or HTTP post when the configurable log size (64-2048) is reached
• New accounting log
• Enhance Remote Syslog capability to define if event, data or accounting entries should be sent
• New CLI interface that allows control and configuration through a network CLI interface, SSH or Telnet, or through a SNMPWEBCARD's serial configuration port
• New event actions
• New Java applet WebUI allowing for more real time feedback
• New individual outlet events
Tripp Lite UPS Remote Monitoring and control via SNMP Web or Telnet is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from java web interface is terrible these snmp web cards used to work great until they switched the web interface to java a few years ago. they do not work with the standard java default settings. we have 35 of these using nms (which has its own issues too) and each one needs an exception added to the java security just to get to logon screen using outdated ie browsers (or a browser that still allows java). then some just hang looking for power alert engine. trying to access from a new client or from multiple clients is time consuming and unacceptable. you can use telnet but they advertise with a nice looking web features that are hard to get. tripplite must know about these issues because they now offer html5 based web cards at a higher cost. what they should do is scrap their failed java attempt and offer only html5 cards for same lower price.
Date published: 2017-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works great software installation was "interesting", but thanks to the excellent support I got, was able to take care of the issue. card works exactly as it should.
Date published: 2017-10-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Buy the upgraded model, this one is junk Buy the upgraded model, TLNETCARD, instead of this one. The SNMPWEBCARD uses outdated Java and requires you to break your Java security in order to access the card. The newer TLNETCARD has all the same features and functionality of the SNMPWEBCARD, but uses HTML5 instead of Java. I feel like I was ripped off buying this older card and TrippLite should pull it from production as it has no redeeming values.
Date published: 2017-02-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Java dependency makes this a poor solution Assuming you live in 2005, and you do not patch Java, you may get a satisfactory experience managing this device. Otherwise, it is a massive headache.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Java issues take this from 5 stars to 1 The fact that this card cannot support the current version of java's security restrictions makes it a major point of frustration for my customers. I cannot continue to sell Tripplite UPS in to my customers who are security conscious which is removing your product from being marketable. You are losing to competition over this.
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from SMNPWEBCARD features needing looked at We use the PDUMH30HVNET (208v 30A PDU) which comes with the removable SNMPWEBCARD pre-installed. The basic Telnet portion works great with and without the menu. The GUI portion needs working on due to the Java issue. I do like that you can allow up to 4 users to be logged in at the same time. So the three big fixes you guys need to make for me on the SNMPWEBCARD would be: 1) Allow Java to work without any modifications (you can turn off update and that will also work for now but you might run into security issues later) 2) Groups does not work when a user's permissions is set to Read Only and Realm is also being used. 3) It would be nice to see individual current readings for each Load SNMPWEBCARD vs. WEBCARDLX SNMPWEBCARD is Java Based, and has serial connections so I can connect up to a remote serial connection box like a Comtrol. So if too many users forget to logout I can log in to the com port are re boot the card only. WEBCARDLX is HTTP5 based and has an ugly gui look and you won't get messed up when a Java update is released. The Console port is mini-USB so you will need to have a PC close by to bypass the other users and reboot the card.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unreliable The software on this device is Java-based - prepare to waste lots of time reverting to an old, unsecure Java version and making lots of security exceptions in your web browser. From a security prospective, you wouldn't want this type of software running on a vital piece of your infrastructure (i.e. power). The hardware is also unreliable. We have had multiple units stop working after only a year or so in service.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from UNRELIABLE The software on this device is Java-based - prepare to waste lots of time reverting to an old, unsecure Java version and making lots of security exceptions in your web browser. From a security prospective, you wouldn't want this type of software running on a vital piece of your infrastructure (i.e. power). The hardware is also unreliable. We have had multiple units stop working after only a year or so in service.
Date published: 2017-01-03
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