Remote power cycle recommendations
ahebert at pubnix.net
Mon Apr 30 12:17:15 UTC 2018
Well I don't have all the model # handy,
But we have a rack setup like this =D
2 feed 220v/30a going into:
2 x ATS AP4431 (an older version) feeding:
2 x AP7941 - Manageable
21 x C13 - per AP - for the devices.
2 x C19 going into:
2 x ATS AP7723 - Monitorable
8 x C13 - per AP - For servers (with ILO/iDRAC)
with single power supplies.
1 feed 110v/15a going into:
Some APC(?) rackmount UPS
1 x AP7920B (an older version of it) - Manageable
For device like OOB Modem, Server...
All used, with spares, for under 2k.
Its too bad for APC for making such sturdy devices and providing
award winning documentation =D
BOM for new:
AP4431 -> $1275
AP7941 -> AP8941 -> $1000
AP7723 -> AP4434 -> $1050
AP7920B - $579
Which is pretty good considering. PS: Check if the Mgmt Card is
included at that price.
1. DO NOT put any infrastructure interfaces on the net; put them
behind a high grade (2FA | Certificate+TLS) VPN access;
I saw so many, so called PCI Certified, clients do it...
2. And remember to not go over 24A total or you may turn a breaker
3. It is not optimal because of the 110v but we had it...
Alain Hebert ahebert at pubnix.net
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P.O. Box 26770 Beaconsfield, Quebec H9W 6G7
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On 04/28/18 04:42, Alan Buxey wrote:
> +1 for the APC kit :)
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