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Maybe I am reading this wrong but it sounds like you are connecting the equipment in the wrong sequence. The service is plugged into the back of the UPS unit and the UPS is plugged into a wall outlet. The UPS is a power conditioner/surge protector that keeps your server from being fried if a sudden power surge goes through and it act as a back-up power source if you lose power. Try this new connection sequence and see if you have better luck.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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