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How to configure the Western Telematic NBB Series Boot Bar

How to configure the Western Telematic NBB Series Boot Bar

Introduction

The Boot Bar is an intelligent power strip that provides a user the ability to remotely control any one of its five power outlets when the unit is accessible through the internet or a phone line. Devices that are plugged into the unit can be power-cycled from anywhere.

Communication with the boot bar is possible over the internet via a web browser or telnet application, or serial port using a terminal application such as cu or Hyperterm through a landline, cellular, or wireless (Intuicom) modem.

The power-up sequence and timing between outlets can be user-defined.

Two mode operation:

  • System mode: full access to all functions and screens, system configuration

  • User mode: access to status screens, basic control of power outlets

For security measures, the boot bar can be configured to require a password for each level of access.

The boot bar configuration is completely menu driven.


[This document was written by UNAVCO engineering staff.  See attached .pdf file for more.]

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Last modified: Monday, 12-May-2014 00:18:29 UTC