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    Monitoring of network connected APC UPSs?

    Hello,

    I have a few APC SmartUPS units from rackmount ones powering servers, to smaller ones in comms cabinets. All have network cards so perform network shutdowns, and email when there is a problem etc. I was wondering if software exists, from APC or elsewhere that will allow me to monitor the UPSs from a central PC instead of having to log in to each on on their individual web interfaces?

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    What information do you expect to extract from the available snmp mibs?
    Ups's tend only to have input/output voltage values and a few enviromental ones.
    Solarwinds snmp tools can extract and display these and several freebies will do similar jobs.

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