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BootP/DHCP connection, if enabled, provides the dynamic attribution of an IP address to the UPS a BootP server or a DHCP server.
Your UPS must have one unique IP address for use on a TCP/IP network. Specify the Gateway address in order to connect to devices or hosts attached to different network segments.
The Subnet Mask Mask parameter identifies the class of the sub-network to which the UPS is connected. Basically, 255.255.0.0 is used for a B class network.
Hostname must be appropriated to the card. It is the first part of the fully qualified domain name used by the DNS.
Domain Name is the domain to which the card belongs. It is the part of the fully qualified domain name following the hostname and used by the DNS. The default value of both parameters comprises the fully qualified domain name: ups.domain.com
IPv6 Enabled: Enable or disable IPv6
IPv6 Auto Config Enabled:
IPv6 Address 1:
IPv6 Local Address: display the IP local address of the card, build from the MAC address. This field is not editable. Always available when the IPV6 is enabled .
IPv6 Address 2:
Firmware upload, if enabled, provides a download facility to upgrade the communication firmware through the network.
Primary DNS server contains the IP address of the DNS server that normally provides the translation of the domain name to the Internet address.
Secondary DNS server contains the IP address of the secondary DNS server that provides the translation of the domain name to the Internet address when the primary DNS server is not available.
SMTP Server contains the name or IP address of the SMTP server used to transfer the e-mails.
SMTP Port identifies the SMTP server port. The default value is 25.
SMTP server authentication allows you to configure a User name and a password for SNMP authentication.