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Per the user guide

http://www.apc.com/salestools/PMAR-8P9G2C/PMAR-8P9G2C_R2_EN.pdf

The below commands help you change the alerts on a UPS Network Management Card 2 using SSH , cannot be done via Web Interface 

cfgpower -all ( Show all applicable power parameters for this UPS. ) 

cfgpower -l ( 97–106 Set the low transfer point, in VAC. ) 

cfgpower -h (127–136 Set the high transfer point, in VAC.)

cfgpowerov (100 | 120 | 110 |) – Set the outlet voltage, in VAC.

cfgpower -s Normal | Reduced | Low ) – Set the sensitivity, using one of the three arguments.

cfgpower -bu (127 | 130 | 133 |136 | 139 | 142 |145 | 148 ) – Set the bypass upper voltage in VAC; when the voltage rises above this value, the device goes into bypass. )

cfgpower -bl (086 | 088 | 090 | 092 | 094 | 096 | 098 | 100 ) – Set the bypass lower voltage in VAC; when the voltage drops below this value, the device goes into bypass. )

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Default password for console is admin

After setting the IP , you need to reset the management card

Once set , the http webserver listens you go to it and it displays

Unable to display webpage after clicking

The card is configured in SSL mode.
Click here to go in HTTPS.

however https:// does not load.

This is due to the low certificate this device uses for https communication ( 512 ) and RSA keys under 1024 bits have been blocked

You can re-enable this with 

certutil -setreg chain\minRSAPubKeyBitLength 512

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