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Simple Port Forwarding Pro 3.8.5 Serial Number

(Q.) I bought the pro version of Simple Port Forwarding, How do I get the free version to pro?(A.) The pro and free version are in the same program. Simply run the free version, and then under the help menu you will see "Enter Serial Number". Put your serial number in and restart the program. You now have the pro version.

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(Q) Do I have to buy a copy for each computer or router that I have?(A) No, you can buy 1 copy and use it for any number of routers or devices on your network .(Q) Does my key code also work for Simple Internet Meter?(A) Yes! The key code will work for both products.(Q) I am a tech and would like to use the pro version on jobs, can I do that?(A) Yes! If you are a business and you need the pro version for your techs, all you need to do is by one copy per tech. Then your tech can keep the portable version on a thumb drive and use it with them on jobs :-)

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If your operating system is older, or if you have an old-fashionedserial-line UPS, you'll have to read about serial installation (seeInstallation: Serial-Line UPSes). If you need moredetails about administration for unusual situations (such as amaster/slave or multi-UPS setup) you'll need to read the sections onthose topics as well. Finally,there are a number of technical reference sections whichgives full details on things like configuration file directives andevent-logging formats.

Apcupsd supports USB connections on all major operating systems:Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Windows, Solaris, and Mac OS XDarwin. If you plan to use a USB connection, please read theappropriate subsection in its entirety. You can skip this sectionif your UPS has a serial (RS232-C) or Ethernet interface or if youare not running one of the platforms listed above.

Replace the serial number in quotes with the one that correspondsto your UPS. Then whenever you plug in your UPS a symlink calledups0, ups1, etc. will be created pointing to the correct hiddevnode. This technique is highly recommended if you have more thanone UPS connected to the same server since rearranging your USBcables or even upgrading the kernel can affect the order in whichdevices are detected and thus change which hiddev node correspondsto which UPS. If you use the symlink-by-serial-number approach thelink will always point to the correct device node.

First, decide which hub and port you wish to use. You can find outthe hub and port numbers for any particular physical connector byplugging a USB device into it and looking at the messages printedby the kernel; you should messages something like this:

You will then need to make the normal changes to the/etc/apcupsd/apcupsd.conf file. This file contains theconfiguration settings for the package. It is important that youset the values to match your UPS model and cable type, and theserial port that you have attached the UPS to. People have usedboth /dev/ttya and /dev/ttyb with no problems. You should be surethat logins are disabled on the port you are going to use,otherwise you will not be able to communicate with the UPS. If youare not sure that logins are disabled for the port, run the'admintool' program as root, and disable the port. The 'admintool'program is a GUI administration program, and required that you arerunning CDE, OpenWindows, or another XWindows program such as KDE.

Solaris probes the serial ports during boot, and during thisprocess, it toggles some handshaking lines used by dumb UPSes. As aresult, particularly for simple signalling "dumb" UPSes it seems tokick it into a mode that makes the UPS think it's either in acalibration run, or some self-test mode. Since at this point we arereally not communicating with the UPS, it's pretty hard to tellwhat happened. But it's easy to prevent this, and you should.Disconnect the UPS, and boot the system. When you get to a loginprompt, log in as root. Type the following command:

depending on which com port your UPS is attached to. Then sync andshutdown the system normally, reattach the UPS, and reboot. Thisshould solve the problem. However, we have some reports that recentversions of Solaris (7 & 8) appear to have removed this eepromoption and there seems to be no way to suppress the serial portprobing during boot.

At this point, you should have a complete installation. The daemonwill load automatically at the next boot. Watch for any errormessages during boot, and check the event logs in /etc/apcupsd. Ifeverything looks OK, you can try testing the package by removingpower from the UPS. NOTE! if you have a voltage-signalling UPS,please run the first power tests with your computer plugged intothe wall rather than into the UPS. This is because dumb serial-portUPSes have a tendency to power off if your configuration or cableare not correct.

DEVICE should be set to the path of the device node(usually in /dev) to use to communicate with the UPS. This is used primarilyfor serial port connections. If you have a USB device, it is better not tospecify a DEVICE directive by leaving it black or commenting it out.Apcupsd will automatically search for your device in the standard places.If you specify a DEVICE, it should be the name of the device thatapcupsd is to use to communicate with the UPS.

If you have a simple signalingor dumb UPS such as a BackUPS, you will need to know exactly whatcable you have and specify it on the UPSCABLE directive. Please seethe list of UPSes versus cables in the beginning of this documentfor more information. The cable number is normally stamped in theplastic at one end of the cable. If you specify the wrong cable, itis very likely that at the first power failure, your computer willbe immediately shutdown. This is an unfortunate consequence of thedumb signaling mode. To avoid this, first replace/etc/apcupsd/apccontrol with safe.apccontrol found in theexamples directory, then test until everything works correctly.Once you have the correct cable, be sure to remember to reinstallthe correct apccontrol file and test that your computer iscorrectly shutdown during a power failure.

MODBUS is APC's replacement for the aging 'apcsmart' (aka UPS-Link)protocol. It is recommended for modern (ex: SMT series) Smart-UPS models.As of 3.14.11, apcupsd supports the MODBUS protocol over RS232 serialinterfaces. As of 3.14.13, apcupsd supports the MODBUS protocol over USB.

The DEVICE setting can be left blank or, optionally, set to the serialnumber of the UPS. If DEVICE is blank, apcupsd will attach to the firstAPC UPS it finds, otherwise it will attach to the specific UPS identified bythe serial number.

At this point, you should ensurethat apcupsd is handling the connection to the UPS correctly. Thistest assumes you have a UPS that speaks apcsmart protocol, overeither USB or a serial port. If you have an old-stylevoltage-signaling UPS, please skip to the next section (SimulatedPower Fail Test).

In order to create an event, remove the serial port plug from theback of your computer or from the back of the UPS. Within 6seconds, apcupsd should detect the lack of serial portcommunications and broadcast a wall message indicating that theserial port communications was lost:

apctest is a program that allows you to talkdirectly to your UPS and run certain low-level tests, adjust various settingssuch as the battery installation date and alarm behavior, and perform abattery runtime calibration. Here we describe how to use it for a SmartUPSutilizing the apcsmart driver and RS232 serial connection.The menus and options for USB, MODBUS, and simple signaling UPSes are differentbut mostly self-explanatory.

When a major event isgenerated within apcupsd, control is passed to the scriptapccontrol normally found in /etc/apcupsd/apccontrol. The eventname, and a number of other important parameters are passed to thescript.


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