bracket mtg 2g std plaster

Mounting Accessories Metal Brackets to Suit 2 Gang, Prestige Plates

Catalogue Number: 155P2
bracket mtg 2g std plaster
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Product or component type
bracket
Accessory / separate part category
mounting accessory
Shape
square
Fixing center
84 mm
Depth
3 mm
Length
152 mm
Width
152 mm
Material
metal
Number of gangs
2 gangs
EU RoHS Directive
Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
Toxic heavy metal free
Yes
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the plaster bracket to suit the P2025?

The part name is 155P2

Can the 155H2 be used with the 2025H2 series ?

No, the 155H2 mounting bracket can not be used with the 2025H2 as the mounting holes do not line up. You can use a wall clip part number 2154/4.

For further information please visit https://updates.clipsal.com/ClipsalOnline/Files/Brochures

 

Will 25/2V double outlet, large size, vertical fit on 155P2 plaster bracket?

Yes, 25/2V will fit on 155P2. 25/2V is  Large Size Format 115 x 115mm, Double Power Outlet rated to 250V 10A.
For further information please visit:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=25/2V
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155P2 is a large plaster mounting bracket with 84mm mounting centre. For further information please visit:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=155P2
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What is the acti 9 equivelant of the 15512

The part code is A9C30211

What would be the Wall plate (plaster) to suit Prestige large switches?

The wall plate would be the 155P2.

Please go to the website via the following link www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail  and check under the Documentation Tab for more information.

What is part number for bracket to suit BSL31VA?

The part number for bracket to suit is 155P.

What is the replacement for Merlin Gerin 15322 ?

A9A15322

What is the separator for a 15092

 The separator part code is 27001

alternative for Merlin Gerin Code 15962 ?

 A9C20834

What bracket is used to suit the larger Prestige range.

The bracket would be the 156/2.
This is also available in a wall box version as a157/2.
Please see below documentation for more information.
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=156/2

What is the wall box for a P2033/2VA-WE

 Part code 157/2

What is the Replacement Acti9 code for the Merlin Gerin 15322 din rail mounted buzzer?

Looking for a 80A 3pole din rail mount mains switch

The mains switch is 15092

What is the part code for a 1P 32A relay

 The part code is 15515

What is the part code for a pulse relay 16Amp 2P 240V ac coil voltage

Use a 15520

What is the alternative safety transformer part code for the Merlin Gerin 15222?

Part number 15222 is no longer available the alternative is the A9A15222.
Please use link for Data sheet:
https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=A9A15222
 

L1JCN - What is the code for the flush box to suit 31/2VX-WE

157/2 wall box 2gang

What is the part code for a 240 to 24V 100VA transformer

The largest transformer that we have is 63VA - The part code is 15222

what is the Acti 9 code for Merlin Gerin 15515?

A9C30831 is the Acti9 code for the 1P 1NO 32A 230v AC impulse relay.

What are the dimensions of the INS400 single handle transfer switch 31150?

205mm x 395mm x 155mm (H x W x D) excluding the handle.
Overall depth with standard handle is 213mm.
See attached.

What wall clip is used for Prestige large format plates?

The 154/2 is the clip to suit any Prestige large format plate 115mm x 115mm

Part number for a C clip to suit prestige range?

The part name is 154/2

What are the outside dimensions of the FPSS121-CAT6?

The dimensions are 121mm (W) X 83mm (H) X 155mm (D).

What is the mounting bracket to suit Prestige large format plates?

Part number 156/2 can be used on all Prestige large format plates.

What is the difference between the Surge Arresters reference 15597 and 16447

The difference between the Surge Arrester references 15597 and 16447 is as follows:

1.) 15597 is a PF20 3Pole Fixed type Type 2 LV Surge Arrester.
2.) 16447 is a PRD20 3Pole Withdrawable type Type 2 LV Surge Arrester. 

Both are suitable to be used in low risk level and for use in TNC Earthing systems.

The difference is that 15597 at its end of life needs to be replaced as it is Fixed type, while 16447 at its end of life can be reused by simply replacing the cartridge as it is Withdrawable type, and the other major advantage is that the wiring does not get disturbed.

Will the 9001KA contact blocks work at 24VDC?

Issue:
Will the 9001KA contact blocks work at 24VDC?

Product Line:
Harmony Pushbuttons

Environment:
All Products

Cause:
Product Features

Resolution:
9001 KA1-KA6, KA21-25, KA31-35, KA1G-KA6 contact blocks will work on 24VDC providing the do not exceed 1.1amp make and break nor exceed 10 amps continuous current.


CTA-ID : 15554

What is the flush box to suit the P2025/2?

Standard 2 gang flush box will suit -  part number 157/2

6610VT1 Wiggy Voltage Tester Leads

Issue:
What are the replacement leads for a 6610VT1 Wiggy voltage tester? 

Product Line:
Obsolete voltage testers formerly sold by Square D Company.

Environment:
Wiggy voltage testers

Resolution:
The 6610VT1 voltage test and all related accessories are now obsolete with no replacement. Consider another manufacturer of similar devices.  

Is there a bracket to mount sockets onto Actassi trucking?

You can direct mount onto the lid of the 80 or 155mm trunking or use the ISM15150

Other options are the Unistrut 2087016 and adaptors can also be found at cccutting.co.nz

What is the part number of the wall clip suitable for large format Prestige P2000 plates?

The part number for the wall clip suitable for large format Prestige P2000 plaes is 154/2.

What is the dimension of 90BD2 insulating shroud?

The dimension of 90BD2 insulating shroud is 105mm(length) 78mm(width) 65mm(depth). 90BD2 insulating shroud, large type format, deep type, meets double insulation requirements (suits 156/2 metal brackets).
For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=90BD2
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What is the recommended line reactor part number for a 15HP 460VAC drive?

Issue:
What is the recommended line reactor part number for a 15HP 460VAC drive?

Product Line:
All

Environment:
All

Cause:
Input or output line/load reactor part numbers.

Resolution:
RL02503 is open style.
RL02513 is enclosed NEMA type 1.
Both are 5% reactors rated for 15HP 480V 3 phase.
This reactor will fit the ATV31HD11N4, ATV61HD11N4 and ATV71HD11N4 or any 15HP 460VAC drive.

How is it possible to determine if an Enercept Meter is the Basic or Enhanced model?

A System ID register located at addresses 30 (Integer) and 315 (Float) exists within the Enercept Meter. Reading that register will yield one of two values:
A value of 15022 will be returned from the Enhanced Enercept model.
A value of 15023 will be returned from the Basic Enercept model.

What are the baud rate options on the ATS48 modbus port?

Issue:
What is the baud rate for ATS48 modbus? 

Product Line:
ATS48 

Environment:
All 

Cause: 
Need to use 115.2 baud

Resolution:
ATS48 modbus is only available at 19200 or 9600.
Please note that the remote HMI only works with the 19200 baud rate.

Do you have an AMP meter to fit into the 56 Series enclosure?

There are two options available and they are both DIN rail mount which will fit into a 56CB4.

  1.  Part number: 15202 - This unit is a "direct connect" device and is rated up to 10A and it is 2 modules wide.
  2. Part number: 15209 - This unit uses C/T Clamps to measure the current and is rated from 0-5000A and it is 2 modules wide. (clamps not included)
For further information please visit https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/product-range/994-digital-amp---vlt--fre/

Problem: Cannot establish communications via USB with the SMT or SMX UPS after installing PowerChute Agent.

Issue: Cannot establish communications via USB with the SMT or SMX UPS after installing PowerChute Agent.

Product Line:
PowerChute Business Edition

Environment:
All supported OS

Cause:
USB cable not connected during software installation

Solution:

If you installed the PowerChute Agent without the USB communications cable connected to the UPS, then you cannot subsequently establish communications. You need to correctly connect the USB communications cable from the computer to the UPS and then re-install the Agent.

If the USB cable was connected during installation please review knowledge base document FA163608

PowerChute Personal Edition 3.X "has stopped working" on Windows Vista or Windows 7.

Issue:
PowerChute Personal Edition 3.X "has stopped working" on Windows Vista or Windows 7.

Product Line:
PowerChute Personal Edition version 3.X

Environment:
All supported Windows OS

Cause:
If you see "PowerChute has stopped working" on Windows Vista or Windows 7

 

the reason is missing Arial font/s on your system. To check to see if Arial.ttf and or Arialbd.ttf are missing look in C:\Windows\Fonts\Arial

Solution:

If they are missing you can load the Arial fonts - font family from you system CD, system back-up drive, or back-up CD. You may also download the fonts from Microsoft.com

What sizes are available for the Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 Process drive?

Issue:
What sizes are available for the Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 Process drive?

Product Line:
Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930)

Environment:
All serial numbers for ATV630/930 Process Drive

Cause:
N/A

Resolution:

Size 1
  • 208/240Vac
    • 0.75 – 4kW (1 - 5hp)
      • ATV630U07M3, ATV630U15M3,  ATV630U22M3, ATV630U30M3, ATV630U40M3
      • ATV930U07M3, ATV930U15M3,  ATV930U22M3, ATV930U30M3, ATV930U40M3
  • 400/460Vac
    • 0.75 – 5.5kW (1 - 7.5hp)
      • ATV630U07N4, ATV630U15N4, ATV630U15N4, ATV630U22N4, ATV630U30N4, ATV630U40N4, ATV630U55N4
      • ATV930U07N4, ATV930U15N4, ATV930U15N4, ATV930U22N4, ATV930U30N4, ATV930U40N4, ATV930U55N4
Size 2
  • 208/240Vac
    • 5.5kW (7.5hp)
      • ATV630U55M3
      • ATV930U55M3
  • 400/480Vac
    • 7.5 – 11kW (10 - 15hp)
      • ATV630U75N4, ATV630D11N4
      • ATV930U75N4, ATV930D11N4
Size 3
  • 208/240Vac
    • 7.5 – 11kW (10 - 15hp)
      • ATV630U75M3, ATV630D11M3
      • ATV930U75M3, ATV930D11M3
  • 400/480Vac
    • 15 – 22kW (20 - 30hp)
      • ATV630D15N4, ATV630D18N4, ATV630D22N4
      • ATV930D15N4, ATV930D18N4, ATV930D22N4
Size 4
  • 208/240Vac
    • 15 – 22kW (20 - 30hp)
      • ATV630D15M3, ATV630D18M3, ATV630D22M3
      • ATV930D15M3, ATV930D18M3, ATV930D22M3
  • 400/480Vac
    • 30 – 45kW (30 - 60hp)
      • ATV630D30N4, ATV630D37N4, ATV630D45N4
      • ATV630D30N4, ATV630D37N4, ATV630D45N4
Size 5
  • 208/240Vac
    • 30 – 45kW (40 - 60hp)
      • ATV630D30M3, ATV630D37M3, ATV630D45M3
      • ATV930D30M3(C), ATV930D37M3(C), ATV930D45M3(C)
  • 400/480Vac
    • 55 – 90kW (75 - 125hp)
      • ATV630D55N4, ATV630D75N4, ATV630D90N4
      • ATV930D55N4(C), ATV930D75N4(C), ATV930D90N4(C)
Size 6
  • 208/240Vac
    • 55 – 75kW (75 - 100hp)
      • ATV630D55M3, ATV630D75M3
      • ATV930D55M3C, ATV930D75M3C
  • 400/480Vac
    • 110 – 160kW (150 - 250hp)
      • ATV630C11N4, ATV630C13N4, ATV630C16N4
      • ATV930C11N4C, ATV930C13N4C, ATV930C16N4C
Size 7A
  • 400/480Vac
    • 220kW (350hp)
      • ATV630C22N4
      • ATV930C22N4(C)
      • Similar to Frame size 12 for the ATV61/71

Size 7B
  • 400/480Vac
    • 250 – 315kW (400 - 500hp)
      • ATV630C25N4, ATV630C31N4
      • ATV930C25N4C, ATV930C31N4C
      • Similar to Frame size 13 for the ATV61/71
Note:
"C" Suffix means it comes without a braking resistor. 





What is the meaning of the Speed-range ratio in Altivar 61/71 Range Drives.

The Speed-range ratio for Drives is 20:1, 100:1 or 1000:1. This is an indication of how slow the Drive can run the motor, before the motor starts to overheat.

Drive with a 1000:1 ratio is good, as compared to 20:1 or 100:1.
 
The Altivar 61 and Altivar 71 Range of Drives have the Speed-range ratio of 1000:1 in closed loop and 100:1 in open loop operation.
 
Example:
 
The speed in RPM (Revolutions per Minute) of a 4 pole, 50 Hz Motor will be 1500 RPM.
 
If the Drive Speed-range is 1000:1, Drive can run the motor as slow as 1.5 RPM (1500/1000 = 1.5) without overheating.
 
For 100:1 it is 15rpm and for 20:1 it is 75rpm.
 
The higher the Speed-range ratio, the slower the motor can be operated safely without overheating.

How do I setup motion detection for the Pelco cameras when integrating it with version 3 Netbotz?

 

Netbotz 455, Netbotz 550, and NetBotz 570  are able to support Pelco IP cameras using the Rack Access PX-HID & Pod Sharing functionality. 

To setup motion detection for the Pelco cameras,  please open Advanced View UI and follow the below steps:

  1. Go to Configuration / Shared Cameras / Sensors / Camera Motion, choose ""Motion Detected"" as Alert State and check ""Enabled"".   (This is set up for all types of cameras.)
  2. Goto Configuration / Shared Cameras / Masking,  enable camera motion here.  Please also make sure to click the ""apply motion mask changes"" button to apply the configuration.

Please note that Pelco camera motion can be detected once in a 30 second window of time and each instance of motion will continue for that 30 seconds. This is a hard coded limit from Pelco

Can the RM6 take DIN type fuses other than FUSARC ?

Thanks to consult us on a case by case basis. RM6 is designed to accept any DIN cut-out MV fuses provided that their electrical characteristics (rating, cold resistance, thermal dissipation, time-current curves...) are in compliance with RM6 fuse-switch combination performance.
Maximum power that can be dissipated by fuse is 80W (with 40°C maximum ambient temperature)



Transition current for RM6 is :

-*- 1750A at 12kV

-*- 1550A at 17.5kV

-*- 1050A at 24kV



Breaking time of RM6 fuse-switch combination is 60mSec.



It should be borne in mind that 2 DIN fuses made by different manufacturers and with same nominal current rating can have totally different electrical characteristics : cold resistance, time-current time, striker-pin power,...

Basically, we only guarantee correct operation of RM6 combined with Fusarc CF.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL165858 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: SM6-36

PME 7.2.x/8.x: Logging into Web Applications as a 'Visitor' results in a HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found

Issue:
When I launch Web Applications, and select 'Log in as Visitor', I see an 'HTTP Error 404.0 -Not Found' error and am unable to log into Web Applications:




Product Line:
Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x, 8.x

Cause:
IIS is not configured correctly.

Resolution:
  • Ensure that the HTTP Redirection feature is installed for IIS.
  1. On the task bar, click Server Manager.
  2. In Server Manager, click the Manage menu, and then click Add Roles and Features.
  3. In the Add Roles and Features wizard, click Next. Select the installation type and click Next. Select the destination server and click Next.
  4. On the Server Roles page, expand Web Server (IIS), expand Web Server, expand Common HTTP Features, and then select HTTP Redirection. Click Next.
  5. On the Select features page, click Next.
  6. On the Confirm installation selections page, click Install.
  7. On the Results page, click Close.
  • Add the following entry to the Web.config file for Application Framework (example Web.config location: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Schneider Electric\Power Monitoring Expert\Applications\ApplicationFramework\Web.config"):
 

<system.webServer>
   <modules runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests="true"></modules>
</system.webServer>

GetIDN_S and GetIDN_P 2 bytes in TSXCSYxx and MMS Sercos Modules

Goals and Symptoms

The purpose of this resolution is to inform the user on the behavior when using the command GetIDN_S (opcode 1556) or Get IDN_P ( opcode 1557 ) from a Quantum (or) a Premium SERCOS Controller.

Facts and Changes

When a 2 bytes IDN is gets the PLC haven't any possibility to know if the value is signed or not. So, the PLC register accommodate values from -32767 to + 32767 in signed format
Due to the above reason, values for IDN_S ( or _P ) 2 bytes set higher than 32767 when read, will be returned as follows:

(i) 32768 -> -32768
(ii) 32769-> -32767
(iii) 35000 -> -30536 in signed format. Unsigned format will result in a huge number.

Causes and Fixes

When GetIDN_S ( or _P ) returns a negative value, it may be converted to its positive equivalent by adding 65536.
For example, -30536 + 65536 = 35000 and so on. There is no implication on using the SetIDN_S ( or _P) command for the same IDN which is Unsigned decimal format.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL182198 V1.0, Originally authored by PhBr on 02/16/2007, Last Edited by PhBr on 02/16/2007
Related ranges: Modicon Premium

ReadIDN_S command for IDN 100 using a Quantum/Premium SERCOS Controller and a Lexium Drive

Goals and Symptoms

The purpose of this resolution is to inform the user on the behavior of IDN 100 ( Ascii equivalent GV) when using the command ReadIDN_S (opcode 1556) from a Quantum (or) a Premium SERCOS Controller.

Facts and Changes

The data length of IDN 100, as described in the IDN user manual (version 2.0, June 2003) is 2 bytes. The PLC register can hence accommodate values from -32767 to + 32767 in signed format. Although the IDN document lists the maximum value for IDN 100 as 200, GV can have values higher and calls for data length greater than 2 bytes in the PLC register, due to its scaling ( GV*100). However the 2 byte limitation is in compliance with the SERCOS standard for this IDN.
Due to the above reason, values for IDN 100 set higher than 32767 (GV = 327) when read, will be returned as follows:

(i) 32768 -> -32768
(ii) 32769-> -32767
(iii) 35000 -> -30536 in signed format. Unsigned format will result in a huge number.

Causes and Fixes

When ReadIDN_S returns a negative value, it may be converted to its positive equivalent by adding 65536.
For example, -30536 + 65536 = 35000 and so on. There is no implication on using the WriteIDN_S command for the same IDN which is Unsigned decimal format.

How to set the IO Board Parameters in Scadapack Workbench?

The module_address parameter defines the module address of the sp5607 I/O module.

The address on the module is selected via dip switches on the module. A maximum of eight SCADAPack 5607 I/O type modules may be added to a system

The ain0_type parameter sets the analog input type for analog input channel 1.

There are four input types available.

  • An ain_type of 0 sets the input type to measure 0 to 5V input signals.
  • An ain_type of 1 sets the input type to measure 0 to 10V input signals.
  • An ain_type of 2 sets the input type to measure 0 to 20mA input signals.
  • An ain_type of 3 sets the input type to measure 4 to 20mA input signals.

The ain_filter Parameters:

  • An ain_filter value of 0 sets the input filter for 3Hz and the response time to 155ms at 60Hz and 185ms at 50Hz.
  • An ain_filter value of 1 sets the input filter for 6Hz and the response time to 85ms at 60Hz and 85ms at 50Hz.
  • An ain_filter value of 2 sets the input filter for 11Hz and the response time to 45ms at 60Hz and 55ms at 50Hz.
  • An ain_filter value of 3 sets the input filter for 30Hz and the response time to 30ms at 60Hz and 30ms at 50Hz.

The scan_freq parameter sets the input scan rate for analog inputs. AC noise rejection is improved at the correct frequency. If the module is used in a DC environment, the 60 Hz setting will yield slightly faster response time.

  • A scan_freq value of 0 synchronizes the input scanning to 60Hz.
  • A scan_freq value of 1 synchronizes the input scanning to 50Hz.

The aout_type parameter sets the analog output type for both optional analog output channels.

  • An aout_type value of 0 sets the output type for 0 to 20mA signals.
  • An aout_type value of 1 sets the output type for 4 to 20mA signals.


Why isn’t SNMPv3 working properly in Network Management Card AOS versions 3.5.7 and earlier?



Issue

SNMPv3 is not working properly with my Network Management Card (possibly v3.5.7 or below).


Product Line
 
  • Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) - AP9617, AP9618, AP9619

    Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 1 include (but are not limited to): Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP78XX, AP79XX), Rack Automatic Transfer Switches (AP77XX, Environmental Monitoring Units (AP9320, AP9340, Netbotz 200)

 
Environment

  • All serial numbers
  • NMC1 versions v3.5.7 and below


Cause

In some cases, you may find that one more of the SNMPv3 profiles “timeout” or have communication issues with Network Management Card 1 (AP9617, AP9618, AP9619 and any device with an embedded version of this card).  In such cases, APC has found resetting the card to defaults fixes this issue.


Resolution



AOS versions > v3.5.8 contain the firmware fix for this issue.  Please seek an upgrade if you are experiencing these symptoms.


The steps below only need to be performed as a workaround to the issue if you have AOS 3.5.7 or lower or cannot update.

 

 

  1. Login to the NMC Web Interface via the IP address with the correct username/password.
  2. Select the following to Reset the NMC to defaults without losing your network configuration
    1. Administration Tab
    2. General menu selection on the horizontal menu bar
    3. Reset/Reboot menu selection on the Vertical menu bar
    4. Select the Reset All Radio Button
    5. Put a check in the Exclude TCP/IP checkbox
    6. Select the Apply button to start the Reset to Defaults process.
    7. Select the Apply button to confirm the Reset/Reboot Management Interface Confirmation process.
  3. Select the following to Reboot the NMC
    1. Administration Tab
    2. General menu selection on the horizontal menu bar
    3. Reset/Reboot menu selection on the Vertical menu bar
    4. Select the Reboot Management Interface Radio button
    5. Select the Apply button to start the Reboot Management Interface process.
    6. Select the Apply button to confirm the Reset/Reboot Management Interface Confirmation process.
  4. Select the following to setup the SNMPv3 support in the NMC:
    1. Administration Tab
    2. Network menu selection on the horizontal menu bar
    3. Select the  SNMPv3 "User Profiles" menu in the Vertical menu bar of the NMC to setup each SNMPv3 User Profile.
    4. Select the user profile that you want to modify
      1. Modify the User Name in the user input field provided.
      2. Modify the  Authentication Passphrase in the user input field provided if you plan on using MD-5 Authentication with the SNMPv3 data. NOTE: The password must be 15-32 ASCII characters long.
      3. Modify the  Privacy Passphrase in the user input field provided if you plan on using DES encryption with the SNMPv3 data.  NOTE: The password must be 15-32 ASCII characters long.
      4. Select the MD-5 radio button in the Authentication Protocol row if you plan on using MD- Authentication with the SNMPv3 data.
      5. Select the DES radio button in the Privacy Protocol row if you plan on using DES encryption with the SNMPv3 data.
      6. Select the Apply button to enable your changes for each profile.
    5. Complete steps i - vi for each profile that you want to create up to a maximum of four.
    6. Select the SNMPv3 "Access Control" menu in the vertical menu bar of the NMC to setup access control for each of the SNMPv3 User Profiles
      1. Select the user profile that you want to give access control to
      2. Select the Enable checkbox to enable SNMPv3 control to a user profile.
      3. Select the User Name of the user profile that you want to enable
      4. Select the NMS IP/Hostname IP Address of the system that will be used to communicate via SNMPv3 to this NMC.  NOTE:  0.0.0.0 indicates all systems can interface via SNMPv3 to the NMC as long as the system user profile, authentication passphrases, and encryption passphrases match the NMC.
      5. Select the Apply button to enable the changesSelect the SNMPv3 "access" menu in the vertical menu bar of the NMC to enable SNMPv3 for the NMC.
      6. Select the Enable SNMPv3 access checkbox.
      7. Select the Apply button to enable SNMPv3 for the NMC. 

 

NOTE: The NMC requires that the user logout of the NMC and it will automatically reboot after logout to institute these changes. Upon rebooting, the NMC will take about 5-10 minutes to complete its backend processes needed in order to enable SNMPv3. Upon accessing the web interface during this 5-10 minute period, until this process is complete, the NMC will display a message saying "Please wait while system is booting..." but telnet access will still be available.