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MIB for Galaxy 5000 60 kVA

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MIB for Galaxy 5000 60 kVA

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/5/2013


Unlike the smaller APC models, the Galaxy 5000 60 kVA seems to use SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.705, which I can't find any MIB file for. I've been searching for this for a couple of days now but found nothing. Does anyone have a link please?

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Re: MIB for Galaxy 5000 60 kVA

This reply was originally posted by oliver on APC forums on 6/4/2016


We too are looking for the MIB file for our GALAXY 5000 50 kVA - 358 and am unclear on which one applies to us. The models listed above - how do I determine which we have?

Thanks

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Re: MIB for Galaxy 5000 60 kVA

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 6/5/2013


While I am checking into this, could you please just verify what MGE management card is installed in your UPS? Is it something like 66074?

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Re: MIB for Galaxy 5000 60 kVA

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 6/5/2013


I found my answer:

If you have a 66074 the MIB information is at the bottom of the link:

http://soft.apc.com/emb/htm/66074e.htm

If you have the 66123 or 66124, the MIB information is at the bottom of the link (EMEA 3-phase):

http://soft.apc.com/emb/htm/66123e.htm

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Re: MIB for Galaxy 5000 60 kVA

This reply was originally posted by oliver on APC forums on 6/4/2016


We too are looking for the MIB file for our GALAXY 5000 50 kVA - 358 and am unclear on which one applies to us. The models listed above - how do I determine which we have?

Thanks