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Document Type: FAQ What is SNMP?   
[38] Last Modified: Feb 6, 2009 1:56 PM
What is SNMP? SNMP stands for Simple Network Management Protocol. SNMP allows SNMP-capable devices on a network to be monitored and configured remotely. SNMP also allows for these devices to report events through the use of SNMP traps. For more
 
Document Type: FAQ What is the difference between SNMP and Syslog?   
[39] Last Modified: Feb 6, 2009 2:12 PM
What is the difference between SNMP and Syslog?SNMP stands for Simple Network Management Protocol and allows for remote monitoring and configuration of SNMP-capable devices on a network, while Syslog is a different protocol that can be used for
 
Document Type: FAQ How do I Calculate the BTU Output (Heat Load) of NTI Products?   
[82] Last Modified: Feb 6, 2009 3:27 PM
How do I Calculate the BTU Output (Heat Load) of NTI Products? To determine the BTU output: 1. Determine the voltage and amp rating of the power supply of the product. This information can usually be obtained from the product documentation or on
 
Document Type: FAQ Why do I get syntax errors while using MIB files with SNMP command line applications like ?snmptranslate? ?   
[101] Last Modified: Feb 6, 2009 2:43 PM
Why do I get syntax errors while using MIB files with SNMP command line applications like ?snmptranslate? ? Using certain SNMP command line applications (including ?snmptranslate? ?snmpwalk? etc.) with MIB files that contain underscores/underlines
 
Document Type: FAQ Can the ENVIROMUX Server Environment Monitoring System retransmit an alert at specific intervals defined by the user?   
[102] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 10:57 AM
Can the ENVIROMUX Server Environment Monitoring System retransmit an alert at specific intervals defined by the user? Yes, the ENVIROMUX Server Environment Monitoring System can be set to retransmit an alert until it is acknowledged, at specific
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: Can I adapt communications between the E-SEMS-16 and a Gigabit network switch?   
[111] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:35 AM
Can I adapt communications between the E-SEMS-16 (10/100 Base-T Ethernet port with RJ45 Ethernet connector) and a Gigabit network switch? Yes. Any good quality Gigabit switch is 10/100/1000 compatible. When you connect the E-SEMS-16 to a Gigabit
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: Can the E-SEMS-16 Server Environment Monitoring System ping traffic on a 10.x.x.x network?   
[112] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:36 AM
Can the E-SEMS-16 Server Environment Monitoring System ping traffic on a 10.x.x.x network and send emails to 153.x.x.x mail relay server? Would a DSL type router work in this setup? Yes, if the E-SEMS-16 is on the 10.x.x.x network, it can ping
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: How far can the combination Temperature/Humidity sensor be extended?   
[125] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:30 AM
How far can the combination Temperature/Humidity sensor on the E-SEMS-16 be extended? The combination Temperature/Humidity sensor can be extended up to 1000 feet via CAT5/5e/6 cable on the E-SEMS-16. The cables are sold separately.
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: What do the numerical email error codes mean?   
[130] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:34 AM
What do the numerical email error codes mean? Given below are the explanations for the numerical email error codes: -1 : Missing Email Address: The destination address field is empty. -4 : No Server. The SMTP Server is unavailable.Try using
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: How can I tell if my smoke detection sensor is working?   
[133] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:27 AM
How can I tell if my smoke detection sensor is working? You can test the smoke detection sensor using any strong magnet such as a used hard drive magnet or a door contact switch magnet. To do so: Power the sensor on. The sensor's LEDs flash
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: What are sensor extension cables used for?   
[134] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:29 AM
What are sensor extension cables used for? Sensor extension cables may be used to extend the reach of dry contact sensors up to 1,000 feet.
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: Accessing Sensor Data using HTTP Requests (For firmware version 3.1 and earlier)   
[161] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:30 AM
Accessing Sensor Data using HTTP Requests Sensor data can be retrieved from the E-SEMS-16 (units with firmware version 3.1 or earlier) using the HTML URL requests shown in the table below. The value for "s" is the value of the sensor.
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: Passing Login Information with a HTTP Request   
[173] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:36 AM
Passing Login Information with a HTTP Request You can access E-SEMS-16 webpages without manually logging in by using an url in the format: http:// [username]:[password]@[machine-ip]/[page] example:
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: How do I edit the SNMP email contact information?   
[187] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:36 AM
How do I edit the SNMP contact information? The email address contact information used by SNMP to send notifications can be edited by changing the default email address in the Enterprise Settings in the E-SEMS-16 Web Interface. To access the
 
Document Type: FAQ E-SEMS-16: Why are my combination temperature/humidity sensors reading different humidity values?   
[197] Last Modified: Feb 7, 2018 11:36 AM
Why are my combination temperature/humidity sensors reading different humidity values? If you have two or more sensors reading different humidity values, the most likely cause is that the temperature values are different for each sensor. When air
 

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