The Power Device Network Utility is an easy-to-use device discovery utility to find the IP address assigned to network connected CyberPower Systems devices. This utility scans the local network for devices with CyberPower media access control (MAC) addresses. By default all CyberPower network connected devices have DHCP enabled. This utility can also be used to assign static IP addresses once they have been discovered.
Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2012 R2 64bit, Windows Server 2012 64bit, Windows Server 2008 R2 64/32bit, Windows Server 2008 64/32bit, Windows 10 64/32bit, Windows 8 64/32bit, Windows 7 64/32bit, Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, 10.12 Sierra and above.
- Power Device Equipment List
Displays the MAC address, IP address, subnet mask, gateway, DHCP state, name, location, up time, and firmware version of each device found in the network scan.
- Device Setup
Allows administrators to enter static IP address, subnet mask, and gateway to manually assign network settings to each device.
- Timeout Setting
Lets administrators specify the time that the Power Device Network Utility will take to discover devices on the local network. The default setting is 3 seconds, but can be increased up to 60 seconds for networks with more installed devices.