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HP G3 KVM User Manual: General Settings; Address Settings; Snmp

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General settings

To configure general network settings:
Click Unit View>Appliance>Appliance Settings>Network>General to display the Appliance
1.
General Network Settings screen.
Select one of the following options from the LAN speed menu:
2.
Auto-Detect
o
10 Mbps Half Duplex
o
10 Mbps Full Duplex
o
100 Mbps Half Duplex
o
100 Mbps Full Duplex
o
Verify or modify the HTTP port and HTTPS port settings. The default values are HTTP 80 and
3.
HTTPS 443.
Click Save.
4.
Address settings
To configure IPv4 network settings:
Click Unit View>Appliance>Appliance Settings>Network>Address to display the Appliance
1.
Network Address screen.
Select IPv4.
2.
Enter information in the address, subnet, and gateway fields. Enter IPv4 addresses in the
3.
nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn format.
Select Enabled or Disabled from the BOOTP menu.
4.
Enabling BOOTP ignores information entered in the address, subnet, and gateway fields.
Click Save.
5.
To configure IPv6 network settings:
Click Unit View>Appliance>Appliance Settings>Network>Address to display the Appliance
1.
Network Address screen.
Select IPv6.
2.
Enter information in the address, subnet, and prefix length fields. Enter IPv6 addresses in the
3.
FD00:172:12:0:0:0:0:33 or the abbreviated FD00:172:12::33 hex format.
Select Enabled or Disabled from the DHCP menu.
4.
Enabling DHCPv6 ignores information entered in the address, subnet, and prefix length fields.
Click Save.
5.
SNMP
SNMP is a protocol for communicating management information between network management
applications and console switches. Other SNMP managers can communicate with the console switches
by accessing MIB-II. When you select the SNMP category, the OBWI retrieves the SNMP parameters
from the console switch.
In the SNMP category, enter system information and community strings, assign stations to manage
console switches, and receive SNMP traps from console switches.
If you enable SNMP, console switches respond to SNMP requests over UDP port 161.
Using the on-board Web interface (OBWI) 51

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