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1. Introduction
Network equipment sometimes "locks-up", requiring a service call just to flip the power switch
to perform a simple reboot. The NPS Network Power Switch gives network administrators the
ability to perform this function from anywhere on the LAN/WAN, or if the network is down, to
simply dial-in from a modem for out-of-band power control.
Intelligent Power Control
The NPS can communicate over any TCP/IP network using generic Telnet, or out-of-band using
an external modem and terminal emulation. Each outlet can be assigned an individual
password, device name, reboot delay time and unique power-up default status.
Security and Co-Location Features
Address specific IP security masks prevent unauthorized network access to the NPS command
mode. The NPS provides two password security levels; System level and User level. The
System password allows access to all configuration and command functions. The User
password allows access only to assigned plugs. User level security features are ideal for co-
location applications, where multiple users may be allowed plug-specific access to the NPS
unit.
Easy to Use, Easy to Configure
Reboots and plug switching are controlled by simple ASCII commands sent to the unit via
network, modem or from a local PC. Set-up and configuration is also simple; easy-to-follow
menus lead the user through the installation process.
Features:
·Turn On/Off any AC Powered Device via Telnet, Modem or Local Terminal.
·Eight (8) Individual Switched Outlets
·Dual 15 Amp Circuits
·Two Levels of Outlet Specific Password Security plus Network Security
·115 VAC and 230 VAC Models
Typographic Conventions
Throughout this manual, typefaces and characters have been used to denote the following:
COURIER FONT Indicates characters typed on the keyboard.
For example, /ON 3 or /OFF 5.
[Bold Font] Text set in bold face and enclosed in square brackets indicates a specific
key. For example, [Enter] or [Esc].
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