Certificate Size — select the number of bits used for HTTPS encryption. The default is 1024
bits. Using 2048-bit encryption will cause a slight lag in RMI connections.
Restricted Network Access — when On, disables all non-essential network functionality that
is not required for normal product operation. In most circumstances leave this On.
For IPv4, you can change:
DHCP Address — when On, the library will request an IP address from a DHCP server each
time the device is booted. The default is On.
Static Address — configures the IP address if DHCP is not enabled.
Subnet Mask — configures the network mask of the library controller if DHCP Address is
Gateway Address — configures the gateway address if DHCP Address is not On.
IPv4 DNS Server 1 and IPv4 DNS Server 2 — configures the addresses of up to two DNS
servers if DHCP Address is not On.
For IPv6, you can change:
IPv6 DNS Server 1 and IPv6 DNS Server 2 — configures the addresses of up to two DNS
servers if DHCPv6 is not enabled.
Stateless Addressing Enabled — when On, the library will generate an address for itself
based on the routing information obtained from a router advertisement and the MAC address.
The library can manage up to five global addresses at the same time, which can be assigned
from different routers. The default is On.
DHCPv6 Addressing Enabled — when On, the library will request an IP address from a
DHCP server each time the device is booted. The default is Off.
Static Addressing Enabled — when On, the library will use a statically-configured address.
The default is Off.
Static Assigned Address — configures the address when Static Addressing Enabled is On.
You can select the standard prefix, FE80:, or the prefix of a nearby router. Enter the
remainder of the address and click Add.
To remove an IPv6 static IP address, click Delete next to the address in the Current IPv6
Configuration > Network Management
Configuration > Network Management page
Network Management Protocol), which allows applications such as HPE Systems Insight Manager
(http://www.hpe.com/products/SystemInsightManager) to manage the device. The device supports
both SNMP configuration and SNMP traps. SNMP can only be configured with the RMI; it cannot
be configured with the OCP.
Command View TL TapeAssure provides comprehensive summaries and detailed information
about the properties, performance, utilization, and health of all tape drives and media for all
monitored Hewlett Packard Enterprise libraries. This data can be exported on demand or at
scheduled times to a comma-separated values (.csv) file for analysis with spreadsheet programs
or custom scripts.
to enable and configure SNMP (Simple
Using the RMI