[Nut-upsuser] Configure NUT slaves for D-Link 320 ShareCenter NUT master
atma at convalesco.org
Thu Sep 24 06:21:07 UTC 2015
I have a UPS unit attached to the "D-Link 320 ShareCenter", a SOHO 2-bay NAS. I set up the UPS in "Master Mode". Unfortunately it doesn't supply any kind of useful info in the web interface, so I had to connect via ‘nc' to port 3493 to get the proper UPS name.
I manage to to issue a successful ‘upsc’ command:
root at galois:~# upsc megatec at 192.168.3.6
ups.type: offline / line interactive
Then I tried to setup upsmon.conf in order to monitor the UPS from my Linux host (hostname galois). The username and password are the ones I use to access the web interface.
grep -v "#" /etc/nut/upsmon.conf |sort
MONITOR megatec at 192.168.3.6 1 admin <admin-pass> slave
SHUTDOWNCMD "/sbin/shutdown -h +0"
When I start the service I get the following "ACCESS-DENIED" logs:
root at galois:~# service ups-monitor start
[ ok ] Starting NUT - power device monitor and shutdown controller: nut-client.
root at galois:~# tail -n 2 /var/log/syslog
Sep 23 19:12:03 galois upsmon: Startup successful
Sep 23 19:12:03 galois upsmon: Login on UPS [megatec at 192.168.3.6] failed - got [ERR ACCESS-DENIED]
I didn't find any way to probe while issuing user and password.
Any ideas on how to proceed? Is there any way to find username and password? Are there any defaults that I could try?
The manual of the NAS and their website has no information on how to setup slaves and I’m at loss.
Panagiotis (atmosx) Atmatzidis
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