[mrtg] APC Smart-UPS 1400 MIB?

Jeff Liebermann jeffl at comix.santa-cruz.ca.us
Wed Nov 15 17:52:45 MET 2000

 > Couldn't find one on their site, so thought I'd ask here... :-)

That's because the APC-1400 does not have a MIB.  It's the AP9605 PowerNet
SNMP adapter card that has the MIB.  You also have to be careful of the
firmware version of the AP9605.  Version 1.x and 2.x use the RFC1628
MIB, while version 3.x (3.0.2 is current) uses the PowerNet MIB.
Search the APCC web pile for "PowerNet".

    ftp://ftp.apcc.com/apc/public/software/pnetmib/mib/  (????)

You might find the following OID's useful.

Input Line Voltage
Maximum Line Voltage
Minimum Line Volage
Output Line Voltage
Output load as % of rating
Output current (amps)

Also, if you happen to have the older APC 1400RH (4ru) model, please
note that it sucks 100 watts of power just sitting there overcharging,
heating, and eventually killing the batteries.  Lousy design methinks.

Drivel:  Beware of anything that's smart, amazing, magic, miracle,
or other superlative.  They rarely are.

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