HP G3 KVM User Manual

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HPE G3 KVM Console Switch
Abstract
This document is for the person who installs, administers, and troubleshoots servers and storage systems. Hewlett Packard Enterprise
assumes you are qualified in the servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in products with hazardous energy
levels.
Part Number: 785985-001R
November 2015
Edition: 2

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    HPE G3 KVM Console Switch User Guide Abstract This document is for the person who installs, administers, and troubleshoots servers and storage systems. Hewlett Packard Enterprise assumes you are qualified in the servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in products with hazardous energy levels.

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    © Copyright 2014, 2015 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for Hewlett Packard Enterprise products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Overview..............................7 HPE G3 KVM Console Switch overview ........................7 Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch ................... 8 Rack-mount safety instructions ..........................8 Installation checklist ..............................8 Console switch kit contents ........................... 8 Required items not included .......................... 8 Required tools ...............................

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Resetting a console switch password......................29 Exiting screen saver mode .......................... 30 Activating Screen Saver mode without password protection............... 30 Deactivating the screen saver ........................31 Controlling the status flag ............................31 Accessing Flag Setup dialog box ........................ 31 Displaying the status flag..........................32 Setting the OSD interface language ........................

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    DSView software settings ............................55 Closing a KVM session ............................56 Managing remote servers through the Video Session Viewer .............. 57 About the Video Session Viewer ..........................57 Video Session Viewer window........................58 Changing the toolbar .............................. 59 Adjusting the window size ............................59 Adjusting the view ..............................

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  • Page 7: Overview

    Overview HPE G3 KVM Console Switch overview The HPE G3 KVM Console Switch is an analog KVM switch providing local access to data center servers and remote access when using an optional RAK (AF650A). USB, serial, and BladeSystem IAs enable direct KVM connectivity to devices. The KVM Console Switch supports all previous IAs with the exception of the KVM Console Serial/Power G2 Interface Adapter (AF625A).

  • Page 8: Installing The Hpe G3 Kvm Console Switch

    Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch Rack-mount safety instructions The HPE G3 KVM Console Switch ships with rack-mounting brackets for easy integration into the rack. Stabilize the rack in a permanent location before installing the equipment. Avoid uneven loading or overloading of the rack cabinets.

  • Page 9: Required Tools

    Remove the four screws, two on each side, from the console switch. Attach the short 1U brackets to the console switch using the four screws you removed. If not already installed, install a cage nut behind each rear rail. Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 9...

  • Page 10: Performing A Cantilever-mount Installation

    Remove the four screws, two on each side, from the console switch. Attach the short 1U brackets to the console switch as shown in the standard-mount installation ("Performing a standard-mount installation" on page 9). Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 10...

  • Page 11: Performing A Side-mount Installation

    Secure the console switch to the rails using the appropriate number of M-6 screws. Performing a side-mount installation To perform a side-mount installation: Remove the four screws, two on each side, from the console switch. Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 11...

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    Attach the side-mounting brackets to the console switch using the four screws you removed. Slide the side-mounting bracket tabs into the U locations on each side of the rack. Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 12...

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    Secure the console switch to the rails using four M-6 screws, two on each side. On some racks, you can use four sheet metal screws in place of M-6 screws and cage nuts. Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 13...

  • Page 14: Console Switch Components

    RJ-45 tiering port Console port A video connector Console port B video connector Server connection ports 1-8 Server connection ports 9-16 Console port B USB ports Console port A USB ports DIAG port Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 14...

  • Page 15: Connecting The Local Console Switch

    The following figure shows one possible configuration for the console switch system. Item Description Local console Console switch Remote access key The optional USB RAK provides the following features: • KVM remote access Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 15...

  • Page 16: Connecting The Rak

    The KVM Console Switch supports 128-bit SSL (ARCFOUR), AES, DES, and 3DES encryption of keyboard/mouse and video sessions. Connecting the RAK IMPORTANT: Configure the network settings for the switch using the OSD or the DIAG port for KVM remote access to function. Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 16...

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    Connect the RAK to any USB port on the KVM Console Switch. When the RAK receives USB power, the LED on the RAK flashes slowly, followed by rapid flashing. The rapid flashing indicates successful enumeration. When the RAK is accepted, the LED on the RAK is continuously illuminated. Installing the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 17...

  • Page 18: Installing The Interface Adapter

    Installing the interface adapter Integrating the IA An IA (sold separately) is required for the KVM Console Switch system to function properly. An IA connects to the KVM Console Switch using UTP CAT5 or higher cables. The IA connects to the keyboard, video, and mouse interfaces of the server.

  • Page 19: Cascading Console Switches

    Cascading console switches Compatible console switch models This product supports only one level of cascading. Before cascading console switches, review the following information. CAUTION: Do not use interface adapters to cascade one KVM Console Switch system with another KVM Console Switch system. If interface adapters are used to cascade these products, undesirable operations might occur.

  • Page 20: Cascading Two Hpe Kvm Server Console Switch G3 Systems

    Example of an IP Console Switch cascade configuration Item Description Server UTP CAT5 cable or higher UTP CAT5 cable or higher KVM cable Main IP Console Switch Local port Cascaded KVM Console Switch Cascading two HPE KVM Server Console Switch G3 systems To cascade two KVM Console Switch systems: Locate a UTP CAT5 cable or higher.

  • Page 21: Cascading Matrix

    The following table lists with which console switches the KVM Console Switch can cascade. The primary console switch cascades to the secondary console switch. Primary console switch Secondary console switch G3 KVM Console Switch G3 KVM Console Switch [PN AF651, AF652] [PN AF651, AF652]...

  • Page 22: Local Port Operation

    Local port operation Overview The HPE G3 KVM Console Switch system has at least one local port (based on the specific model) on the rear panel ("Console switch components" on page 14) that enables the user to connect a keyboard, monitor, and mouse to the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch for direct access.

  • Page 23: Viewing Servers

    Viewing servers You can view servers by name, port, or by the unique EID embedded in each interface adapter. Viewing the Port column When you launch the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main dialog box" on page 22) for the first time, an OSD-generated port list appears.

  • Page 24: Selecting Servers

    Item Description This symbol identifies the port to which the console switch is connected. This symbol identifies the port to which you are connected and viewing. This symbol identifies another active port to which you are not connected. Selecting servers From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main dialog box"...

  • Page 25: Using Basic Osd Navigation Keys

    This leaves no server selected and the console switch is in a free state. The status flag ("Controlling the status flag" on page 31) on the OSD appears as Free. Using basic OSD navigation keys Keystroke Description Opens the OSD Main dialog box. Press the Print Scrn key twice to send the Print Scrn Print Scrn keystroke to the currently selected device.

  • Page 26: Accessing The Setup Dialog Box

    27), the display order of servers, HPE G3 KVM Console Switch connection mode, and a time to delay display of the OSD after pressing the Print Scrn key can be changed. The display order setting alters how servers display in several screens, including the Main, Devices, and Broadcast dialog boxes.

  • Page 27: Accessing The Menu Dialog Box

    Accessing the Menu dialog box To access the Menu dialog from the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main dialog box" on page 22), click Setup>Menu. The Menu dialog box appears. Selecting the display order of servers From the Menu dialog box ("Accessing the Menu dialog box"...

  • Page 28: Setting Local Console Switch Security

    -or- Click X to exit, or press the Esc key to exit without saving settings. Setting local console switch security The OSD enables you to set security on the local port consoles. You can establish a Screen Saver mode that engages after the KVM Console Switch remains unused for a user-definable time delay. When engaged, the KVM Console Switch remains locked until any key is pressed or the mouse is moved.

  • Page 29: Logging In To The Console Switch

    Select Enable Screen Saver. Enter the number of minutes for Time Delay (from 1 to 99) to delay activation of password protection and the screen saver feature. (Optional) Click Test to activate the screen saver test, which lasts 10 seconds and returns you to the Security dialog box.

  • Page 30: Exiting Screen Saver Mode

    Enter help in the password field. A dialog box appears with a Hewlett Packard Enterprise technical support phone number, a 16-bit key, and the EID number of the console switch. Call Hewlett Packard Enterprise technical support ("Accessing Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support"...

  • Page 31: Deactivating The Screen Saver

    Deactivating the screen saver From the Security dialog box ("Accessing the Security dialog box" on page 28), deselect Enable Screen Saver. Click OK to save settings. To immediately activate the screen saver, press the Print Scrn key, and then press the Pause key. This command only works when the user is connected to a server.

  • Page 32: Displaying The Status Flag

    Displaying the status flag From the Flag Setup dialog box ("Accessing Flag Setup dialog box" on page 31), select Name or EID to determine what information appears. Select Displayed to show the flag constantly, or select Timed to display the flag for only five seconds after soft switching.

  • Page 33: Assigning Device Types

    Assigning device types While the KVM Console Switch automatically discovers cascaded Server Console Switches attached to the unit, you must specify the number of ports on the cascaded Server Console Switch through the Devices dialog box ("Accessing Devices dialog box" on page 33). Accessing Devices dialog box From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main dialog...

  • Page 34: Assigning Server Names

    IA ("Installing the interface adapter" on page 18). If you move the IA or server to another switch port, the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch recognizes the names and configurations. Accessing the Names dialog box box"...

  • Page 35: Assigning Names To Servers

    If the server list changed since it was last displayed, the mouse cursor turns into an hourglass as the list automatically updates. No mouse or keyboard input is accepted until the list update completes. Assigning names to servers From the Names dialog box ("Accessing the Names dialog box"...

  • Page 36: Accessing The Keyboard Dialog Box

    (server to server).You can select up to 16 servers from a list of all servers attached to the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch. You can display the list by either server name or EID number by clicking the appropriate button.

  • Page 37: Accessing The Scan Dialog Box

    Accessing the Scan dialog box From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main dialog box" on page 22), click Setup>Scan. The Scan dialog box appears. Adding servers to the scan setup From the Scan dialog box ("Activating Scan mode" on page 38), select the checkbox beside each server to scan.

  • Page 38: Removing Servers From The Scan Setup

    Removing servers from the scan setup From the Scan dialog box ("Activating Scan mode" on page 38), clear the checkbox beside each server to remove from the scan setup. -or- Double-click a server name or port. Double-clicking a server name or port toggles whether or not to scan the server. -or- Press the Alt key plus the number of the server to scan.

  • Page 39: Accessing The Switch Dialog Box

    Accessing the Switch dialog box From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main dialog box" on page 22), click Setup>Switch. The Switch window appears. Setting the Switch and Share modes Access the Switch window ("Accessing the Switch dialog box" on page 39). Select either Preemptive or Cooperative as the Switch mode.

  • Page 40: Managing Console Switch Tasks Using The Osd

    The Versions dialog box ("Accessing the Version dialog box" on page 40) enables you to view the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch versions, as well as keyboard and mouse information for the currently selected server. Accessing the Version dialog box...

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    NOTE: Provide the application version number when communicating with Hewlett Packard Enterprise customer service centers. From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main dialog box" on page 22), click Commands>Versions. The Version dialog box appears. The top half of the box lists the firmware application and subsystem versions in the KVM Console Switch.

  • Page 42: Using The On-board Web Interface (obwi)

    13.1 Apple OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) Apple OS X Mavericks (10.9) VMware ESXi 4.1 u3 VMware ESXi 5.5 HP-UX 11i v3 update 12 Web browser Operating system Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 Windows, Linux, OS X...

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    To set the IP address of the console switch, use the OBWI or the OSD. For more information, see the installation guide or user guide specific to the console switch. If a dialog box appears indicating that there are problems with the security certificate, accept the certificate for this session: —...

  • Page 44: Connecting To The Remote Obwi Through A Firewall

    If Java is not installed, a Java Not Detected error message appears. If Java is installed, the following dialog appears. Manually check the file association of the .jnlp file with Java Web Start Launcher. Click OK. When you are logged in, launch multiple sessions of the OBWI without logging in again. However, if the connection is inactive for a time that exceeds the inactivity timeout set by the administrator or if you log out, log in again.

  • Page 45: Managing Console Switches

    TCP port Function number Used for the initial download of the Video Viewer (for downloading the Java applet) Used by the web browser interface for managing the switch and launching KVM sessions Used for transmission of KVM session data or 2068 transmission of video on switches (requires the RAK) Used for discovery (requires the RAK)

  • Page 46

    • Unit View>Target List Target List lists the connected devices, as well as the name, type, status, and action of each device. Click a target device to view the name, type, EID, available session option, and the connection path. • Unit View>Appliance>Overview Overview lists the name, type, and the KVM Console Switch tools: Reboot, Save Appliance Configuration, Save Appliance User Database, Reset Appliance Configuration to Factory Defaults,...

  • Page 47: Generating A Certificate

    Generating a certificate Install a web certificate to access the OBWI without having to acknowledge the switch as a trusted web device each time you access it. Using the Install Web Certificate window, generate a new self-signed OpenSSL or upload a certificate. Uploaded certificates must be in OpenSSL PEM format with an unencrypted private key.

  • Page 48: Upgrading The Console Switch Firmware

    When using the local UI, the screen is blank while the KVM Console Switch reboots. When using the remote OBWI, a message appears informing you the interface is waiting on the switch to complete the reboot. Upgrading the console switch firmware Update the switch with the latest available firmware.

  • Page 49: Identity And Location Information

    Click Download. The file downloads. Click Close. Restoring a managed switch configuration or user database To restore a KVM Console Switch configuration or local user database of a KVM Console Switch: Click Unit View>Appliance>Overview. Click Restore Appliance Configuration or Restore Appliance User Database. Select the file save method: Filesystem TFTP...

  • Page 50: Viewing Version Information

    When connected to a rack mount console that supports LDS, the KVM Console Switch receives the rack ID, console ID and part number, the rack U position, and location information. This information appears in the KVM Console Switch OBWI under Unit View>Appliance>Properties>Location. When location information is available, the KVM Console Switch uses the rack ID and console U position as its own when queried by the iPDU and reports its location to be in the back of the rack.

  • Page 51: General Settings

    General settings To configure general network settings: Click Unit View>Appliance>Appliance Settings>Network>General to display the Appliance General Network Settings screen. Select one of the following options from the LAN speed menu: Auto-Detect 10 Mbps Half Duplex 10 Mbps Full Duplex 100 Mbps Half Duplex 100 Mbps Full Duplex Verify or modify the HTTP port and HTTPS port settings.

  • Page 52: Configuring Snmp Parameters

    Configuring SNMP parameters To configure SNMP: Click Unit View>Appliance>Appliance Settings>SNMP. Select Enable SNMP. In the Name box, enter the fully qualified domain name of the system. In the Contact box, enter the name of a contact person. Enter the names of the Read, Write, and Trap communities. These names (using from 1 to 64 characters) specify the community strings that must be used in SNMP actions.

  • Page 53: Deleting An Ia

    • Switch type • Boot version • Application version • Hardware version • FPGA version • Version available • Upgrade status Delete an offline IA and upgrade IA firmware. Deleting an IA To delete an offline IA: Click Unit View>Appliance>Appliance Settings>Ports>IAs. The Appliance IAs screen appears. Select the checkbox of the IA to delete.

  • Page 54: General Session Settings

    To launch a session: Click Unit View>Target List. A list of available devices appears. KVM Session appears in the Action column. If more than one action is available for a given target device, an arrow appears. Click KVM Session to launch a session. If the target device is currently in use and your preemption level is equal to or higher than the current user of the target device, you gain access to the target device by forcing a connection.

  • Page 55: Access Levels

    The OBWI provides local and login security through administrator-defined user accounts. Administrators can add and delete users, define user preemption, add access levels, and change passwords through the Appliance Local User Accounts screen. Access levels Multiple access levels are supported when the RAK is installed. When adding a user account, assign the user to either of the following access levels: •...

  • Page 56: Closing A Kvm Session

    Contact and register an unmanaged switch with a DSView management software device by specifying the IP address of the management software device. To configure the device IP address: Click Unit View>Appliance>Appliance Settings>User Accounts>DSView. The Appliance DSView Settings screen appears. Enter up to four device IP addresses to contact. To disassociate the switch registered with the device, click Disassociate.

  • Page 57: Managing Remote Servers Through The Video Session Viewer

    Managing remote servers through the Video Session Viewer About the Video Session Viewer Use the Video Viewer to conduct a KVM session with the target devices attached to a switch using the OBWI. With the RAK installed, the OBWI displays the KVM Session links on the Target List page (also referred to as the home page).

  • Page 58: Video Session Viewer Window

    Video Session Viewer window Item Description Title bar—Displays the name of the server you are viewing. When in Full Screen mode, the title bar disappears and the target device name appears between the menu and toolbar. Thumbtack icon—Locks the display of the menu and toolbar so they are always visible.

  • Page 59: Changing The Toolbar

    Item Description Display area—Accesses the device desktop. Frame—Resizes the Video Viewer window by clicking and holding on the frame. Changing the toolbar Select the amount of elapsed time before the toolbar hides in the Video Viewer window when it is in the show/hide state.

  • Page 60: Refreshing The Image

    The default resolution is 1024 x 768. The screen resizes up to a maximum of 1600 x 1200 (standard) or 1680 x 1050 (widescreen). If the desktop has a higher resolution, then a black background surrounds the full-screen image. The floating toolbar appears. The menu and toolbar are locked to be always visible. To disable Full Screen mode, click the Full Screen Mode button on the floating toolbar to return to the desktop window.

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    The Manual Video Adjust dialog box appears. Number Description Image Capture Width Pixel Sampling/Fine Adjust Image Capture Horizontal Position Image Capture Vertical Position Contrast Brightness Noise Threshold Priority Threshold Automatic Video Adjustment Refresh Image Adjustment Bar Video Test Pattern Performance Monitor Close Button Click the icon corresponding to the feature to adjust.

  • Page 62: Target Video Settings

    Target video settings The Image Capture Width, Pixel Sampling/Fine Adjust, Image Capture Horizontal Position, and Image Capture Vertical Position adjustments affect how the device video is captured and digitized. They are rarely changed. The Automatic Adjustment function changes the image capture parameters automatically. A special image is required on the device in order to make independent adjustments accurately.

  • Page 63: Mouse Settings

    Leaving the noise threshold at zero triggers constant video refresh, resulting in high network usage and a flickering video. Hewlett Packard Enterprise recommends setting the noise threshold at the highest level that allows efficient system performance while still recovering pixel colors over which the mouse cursor travels.

  • Page 64: Mouse Scaling

    The cursor mode status of the Video Viewer window appears in the title bar, including the keystroke that exits Single Cursor mode. Define the keystroke that exits Single Cursor mode in the Session Options dialog box. When using a device that captures keystrokes before they reach the client device, avoid using those keys to restore the mouse pointer.

  • Page 65: Mouse Alignment And Synchronization

    Mouse alignment and synchronization Because the switch OBWI cannot receive constant feedback from the mouse, sometimes the mouse on the switch might become out of sync with the mouse on the host system. If the mouse or keyboard no longer responds properly, align the mouse to re-establish proper tracking. Alignment causes the local cursor to align with the remote target device cursor.

  • Page 66: Closing A Video Viewer Session

    The Save As dialog box appears. Enter a filename and choose a location to save the file. Click Save to save the display image to a file. To capture the Video Viewer window to the clipboard, select File>Capture to Clipboard from the Video Viewer window menu, or click the Capture to Clipboard button.

  • Page 67: Terminal Operation

    Terminal operation Terminal operation overview Each switch can be configured at the switch level through the Terminal Console menu interface, which is accessed by establishing a terminal session through the DIAG port. All terminal commands are accessed through a terminal screen or a PC running terminal emulation software. Hewlett Packard Enterprise recommends making configuration updates in the OSD or OBWI.

  • Page 68: Firmware Management

    • Enable Debug Messages (on page 68) • Set/Change Password (on page 68) • Restore Factory Defaults (on page 68) • Reset Switch (on page 68) • Set Web Interface Ports (on page 68) • Exit (on page 68) Firmware Management The Firmware Management menu contains the Flash Download selection.

  • Page 69: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Connection length requirements The KVM Console Switch offers optimum video performance when the distance between the server and console switch is 15 m (50 ft) or less (1280 x 1024 at 75 Hz). The system is capable of operation at distances up to 30 m (100 ft) at reduced video resolutions (800 x 640 at 60 Hz, worst case).

  • Page 70

    Problem Solution Be sure that the monitor supports the refresh rate to which The OSD is distorted or not readable on the local target server is set. port video display. The activity indicator light ("Console switch • Be sure that the KVM Console Switch is powered on components"...

  • Page 71: Warranty And Regulatory Information

    Warranty and regulatory information Warranty information HPE ProLiant and x86 Servers and Options (http://www.hpe.com/support/ProLiantServers-Warranties) HPE Enterprise Servers (http://www.hpe.com/support/EnterpriseServers-Warranties) HPE Storage Products (http://www.hpe.com/support/Storage-Warranties) HPE Networking Products (http://www.hpe.com/support/Networking-Warranties) Regulatory information Safety and regulatory compliance For important safety, environmental, and regulatory information, see Safety and Compliance Information for Server, Storage, Power, Networking, and Rack Products, available at the Hewlett Packard Enterprise website (http://www.hpe.com/support/Safety-Compliance-EnterpriseProducts).

  • Page 72: Turkey Rohs Material Content Declaration

    • Russia: • Belarus: • Kazakhstan: Manufacturing date: The manufacturing date is defined by the serial number. CCSYWWZZZZ (serial number format for this product) Valid date formats include: • YWW, where Y indicates the year counting from within each new decade, with 2000 as the starting point;...

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    Warranty and regulatory information 73...

  • Page 74: Support And Other Resources

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center More Information on Access to Support Materials page (http://www.hpe.com/support/AccessToSupportMaterials). IMPORTANT: Access to some updates might require product entitlement when accessed through the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center. You must have an HP Passport set up with relevant entitlements. Websites •...

  • Page 75: Remote Support

    Software Depot (http://www.hpe.com/support/softwaredepot) • Customer Self Repair (http://www.hpe.com/support/selfrepair) • Insight Remote Support (http://www.hpe.com/info/insightremotesupport/docs) • Serviceguard Solutions for HP-UX (http://www.hpe.com/info/hpux-serviceguard-docs) • Single Point of Connectivity Knowledge (SPOCK) Storage compatibility matrix (http://www.hpe.com/storage/spock) • Storage white papers and analyst reports (http://www.hpe.com/storage/whitepapers) Remote support Remote support is available with supported devices as part of your warranty or contractual support agreement.

  • Page 76: Acronyms And Abbreviations

    Acronyms and abbreviations Advanced Encryption Standard BOOTP Bootstrap Protocol Common Access Card cyclic redundant checks Data Encryption Standard DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol electronic identification number HTTPS hypertext transfer protocol secure sockets interface adapter iPDU Intelligent Power Distribution Unit International Organization for Standardization keyboard, video, and mouse Location Discovery Services Acronyms and abbreviations 76...

  • Page 77

    management information base network time protocol OBWI on-board Web interface on-screen display Power Discovery Services Privacy Enhanced Mail remote access key SLES SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Secure Sockets Layer TFTP Trivial File Transfer Protocol User Datagram Protocol universal serial bus unshielded twisted pair voltage direct-current Virtual Machine...

  • Page 78: Documentation Feedback

    Documentation feedback Hewlett Packard Enterprise is committed to providing documentation that meets your needs. To help us improve the documentation, send any errors, suggestions, or comments to Documentation Feedback (mailto:docsfeedback@hpe.com). When submitting your feedback, include the document title, part number, edition, and publication date located on the front cover of the document. For online help content, include the product name, product version, help edition, and publication date located on the legal notices page.

  • Page 79: Index

    Index connecting, interface adapter 18 connection length 69 connection problems 44 access rights, setting user 55 console switch configuration database, saving 48 accessing the Commands dialog box 40 console switch configuration files, restoring 49 accessing the Devices dialog box 33 console switch firmware, upgrading 68 accessing the Flag dialog box 31 console switch, configuring the NIC 67...

  • Page 80

    8 location 49 required tools 9 location discovery services 49 resetting the system 68 logging in to the HPE G3 KVM Console Switch 29 resetting to defaults 68 restoring factory settings 68 routine tasks, managing for servers 26 macros 65...

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    server status 23 server, soft switching 24 web interface ports, set 68 servers, selecting 24 web interface, managing console switches with 45 servers, viewing 23 web interface, setting up 42 session data, copying a screen 65 session data, pasting system clipboard contents 65 session settings, General 54 set web interface ports 68 setting local console switch security 28, 30, 31...

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