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Warnings and Cautions
1. Introduction
2. Unit Description
2.1. Front Panel
2.2. Back Panel
2.3. Front Panel
2.4 back Panel Components
2.5. Front Panel Components
2.7. MPC Series
2.7. MPC Series
2.8. Additional Button Functions
3. Getting Started
3.1. Installing the SIM card
3.1.1. Apply Power to the MPC
3.1.2. Connect your PC to the MPC
3.2. Communicating with MPC
4. Hardware Installation
4.1. Connecting the Power Supply Cables
4.1.1. Installing the Power Supply Cable Keepers
4.1.2. Connect the MPC to Your Power Supply
4.2. Connection to Switched Outlets
4.3. Serial Console port
4.3.1. Connecting a Local PC
4.3.2. Connecting an External Modem
4.4. Connecting to Network Cable
4.5. connecting Remote
4.6. Rack Mounting
5. Basic Configuration
5.1. Communicating with MPC
5.1.1. The Text Interface
5.1.3. Access Via PDA
5.2. Configuration Menus
5.3. Defining System Parameters
5.3.1. The Real Time Clock and Calendar
5.3.2. The Invalid Access Lockout Feature
5.3.3. Log Configuration Audit Log and Alarm Log Configuration Options Reading Downloading and Erasing Logs
5.3.4. Callback Security
5.3.6. Scripting Options Automated Mode
5.4. User accounts
5.4.1. Command Access Levels
5.4.2. Plug Access
5.4.3. Port Access
5.5. Managing User acconts
5.5.1. Viewing User Accounts
5.5.2. Adding User Accounts Granting User Account Access to Plugs on AUX Units
5.5.3. Modifying User Accounts
5.5.4. Deleting User Accounts
5.6. The Plug Group Directory
5.6.1. Viewing Plug Groups
5.6.2. Adding Plug Groups Granting User Account Access to Plugs on AUX Units
5.6.3. Modifying Plug Groups
5.6.4. Deleting Plug Groups
5.7. Defining Plug Parameters
5.7.1. The Boot Priority Parameter Example 1 Change Plug A3 to Priority 1 Example 2
5.8. Serial Port Configuration
5.8.1. Console Port Configuration
5.8.2. Remote Port and AUX Port Configuration
5.9. Network Configuration
5.9.1. Network Port Parameters
5.9.2. Network Parameters
5.9.3. IP Security Adding IP Addresses to the Allow and Deny Lists Linux Operators and Wild Cards IP Security Examples
5.9.4. Static Route
5.9.5. Domain Name Server
5.9.6. SNMP Access Parameters
5.9.7. SNMP Trap Parameters
5.9.8. LDAP Parameters Deleting LDAP Groups
5.9.9. TACACS Parameters
5.9.10. RADIUS Parameters Dictionary Support for RADIUS
5.9.11. Email Messaging Parameters
5.10. Save User Selected Parameters
5.10.1. Restore Configuration
6. Reboot Options
6.1. Ping-no-answer Reboot
6.1.1. Adding Ping-No-Answer Reboots Granting Access to Plugs on AUX Units
6.1.2. Viewing Ping-No-Answer Reboot Profiles
6.1.3. Modifying Ping-No-Answer Reboot Profiles
6.1.4. Deleting Ping-No-Answer Reboot Profiles
6.2. Scheduled Reboot
6.2.1. Adding Scheduled Reboots Granting Access to Plugs on AUX Units
6.2.2. Viewing Scheduled Reboot Actions
6.2.3. Modifying Scheduled Reboots
6.2.4. Deleting Scheduled Reboots
7. Alarm Configuration
7.1. The Over current Alarms
7.1.1. Over Current Alarms - Load Shedding and Auto Recovery Granting Access to Plugs on AUX Units
7.2. The over temperature alarm
7.2.1. Over Temperature Alarms - Load Shedding and Auto Recovery Granting Access to Plugs on AUX Units
7.3. The Circuit breaker open Alarm
7.4. The lost communication
7.5. The Lost Voltage
7.6. The Ping No Answer Alarm
7.7. The serial port invalid access alarm
7.8. the power cycle alarm
7.9. The no dial tone Alarm
8. The Status Screens
8.1. Product Status
8.2. The Network Status Screen
8.3. The Plug Status Screen
8.4. The Plug group Status Screen
8.5. The current metering
8.6. The Current History Screen
8.7. The power range status screen
8.8. The Port Parameters Screen
9. Operation
9.1. Operation via web browser
9.1.1. The Plug Control Screen - Web Browser Interface
9.1.2. The Plug Group Control Screen - Web Browser Interface
9.2. Operation via the text interface
9.2.1. The Plug Status Screen - Text Interface
9.2.2. Switching and Reboot Commands - Text Interface
9.2.3. Applying Commands to Several Plugs - Text Interface
9.2.4. Connecting to Serial Ports - Text Interface
9.3. The Automated Mode
9.4. The Manual Operation
9.5. Logging out of Command mode
10. SSH Encryption
11. Syslog Messages
11.1 Configuration
12. SNMP Traps
12.1. Configuration
13. Operation via SNMP
13.1. MPC SNMP Agent
13.2. SNMPv3 Authentication and Encryption
13.3. Configuration via SNMP
13.3.1. Viewing Users
13.3.2. Adding Users
13.3.3. Modifying Users
13.3.4. Deleting Users
13.4. Plug Control
13.4.1. Controlling Plugs
13.4.2. Controlling Plug Groups
13.5. Configuring Serial Ports
13.5.1. Plug Status
13.5.2. Unit Environment Status
13.5.3. System Environment Status
13.6. Sending Traps
14. Setting up SSL Encryption
14.1. Creating a self Signed Certificate
14.2. Creating a Signed Certificate
14.3. Downloading the Server Private Key
15. Saving and restoring Configuration Parameters
15.1. Sending Parameters to a File
15.2. Restoring Saved Parameters
15.3. Restoring Previously Saved Parameters
16. Upgrading MPC Firmware
16.1. Firmware Upgrade Utility
16.2. The Upgrade Firmware Function
17. Command Reference Guide
17.1. Command Conventions
17.2. Command Summary
17.3. Command Set
17.3.1. Display Commands
17.3.2. Control Commands
17.3.3. Configuration Commands
Appendix A. Specifications
Appendix B.
B.1. Serial Port
B.2. RJ-45 AUX Port Interface
Appendix C. Connecting Devices
C.1. Connecting An Auxiliary MPC Unit
C.2. Connecting other RJ-45 DCE Devices
Appendix D. Customer Service
Appendix E. Rack Mounting
E.1. L bracket Mounting
E.2. Rack Mounting
E.3. Mounting
E.4. Zero-U Pocket
E.5. Universal Rack Mounting
Appendix F. Output Cable Keeper