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HP Intelligent Power Distribution Unit User Manual: Configuring Redundancy Management; Ipdu Redundancy Management Requirements; Configuring Redundant Ipdu Communication

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Configuring redundancy management

iPDU redundancy management requirements
To properly configure redundancy management, you need:
Two iPDUs of the same model.
At least one Intelligent Extension Bar for each iPDU.
To enable the iPDUs to automatically group device outlets, you need:
An HP ProLiant server with iLO 2 v2.0 or newer firmware or iLO 3 v1.05 or newer firmware and HP
ProLiant 94% efficiency common slot power supplies.
PLC power cables for each managed device.
To cable the devices:
Connect at least one Intelligent Extension Bar to each iPDU.
1.
Connect at least one server to an Intelligent Extension Bar outlet on each iPDU. Use PLC power
2.
cables to allow for automatic device grouping.
Configuring redundant iPDU communication
Redundancy configuration must be completed for each iPDU.
On the web interface:
Click the Setup tab.
1.
Click Network Management in the left navigation frame.
2.
Click the System Management tab.
3.
Configure redundancy:
4.
Enable redundant PDU communication. Redundancy must be enabled on each iPDU.
a.
Enter the IPv4 address of the redundant iPDU.
b.
Select the power feed for the iPDU. Each iPDU must be on a different power feed for
c.
redundancy. If the first iPDU is on Power Feed A, the second iPDU must be on Power Feed B.
Select the installation configuration of the iPDU (0U or 1U).
d.
Click Save Settings.
e.
Click the Home tab.
5.
Click Control in the left navigation frame.
6.
Click the Control tab.
7.
Enable redundancy control:
8.
In the Redundancy Control column, select the checkbox for each device you want to control.
a.
Click Save Settings.
b.
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