This most likely due to either your ?Rearm? settings, or your ?Continuous Time for Sensor to be in new Status before accepting new Status? settings. You can check these settings … Read More
The proxy settings of the browser may be preventing the access to the device. Please disable the proxy settings to access the web interface. You have updated the micro code … Read More
The SMTP server is entered is wrong. The send mail option is not enabled in the Mail settings page. The timeout period entered is too low. The gateway IP is … Read More
The sensorProbes only supports basic authentication. Exchange by default when a connecter is set up uses TLS, then basic. You have to uncheck this option.
The destination SNMP TRAP IP is not set the TRAP settings. The community entered is wrong. The firewall is blocking the SNMP TRAP traffic. The send SNMP Trap option is … Read More
For changing the Traps to HP OpenView style, you need to send an SNMP command to the device given below: snmpset .18.104.22.168.4.1.3822.214.171.124.1.60.0 i X Where IP is the IP address … Read More
The User web interface login password is the same as the SNMPget community and the Admin is the same as the SNMPsetget community string. This is the default on the … Read More
You probably need to change the setting in the System page Password Settings ? Use the same password for web interface and SNMP to No.
No, we have we updated both of these utilities (probeManager and IPSet), so that when you run the new firmware update it will load the correct code for that particular … Read More
No, you do not need to open, or decompress this file. Simply download the firmware file, then using either IPSet, the utility called ?configure?, or probeManager to update the firmware … Read More