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  • Page 1 Power Systems Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 3 Power Systems Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 4 Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in “Safety notices” on page vii, “Notices” on page 83, the IBM Systems Safety Notices manual, G229-9054, and the IBM Environmental Notices and User Guide, Z125–5823. This edition applies to IBM Hardware Management Console Version 7 Release 7.7.0 Maintenance Level 0 and to all subsequent releases and modifications until otherwise indicated in new editions.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Safety notices ....... . vii Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console ... . 1 Installation and configuration tasks .
  • Page 6 Step 5. Record the current HMC configuration information . 71 Step 6. Record remote command status . . 71 Step 7. Save upgrade data . 71 Step 8. Upgrade the HMC software . . 72 Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 7 Step 9. Verify that the HMC machine code upgrade installed successfully . 72 Migrating the machine code on an HMC from Version 6 to Version 7 . . 73 Ensure you have met the minimum requirements. . 73 Step 1. Obtain the upgrade . .
  • Page 8 Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 9: Safety Notices

    You should also refer to the safety information documentation any time you do not clearly understand any safety information in the U.S. English publications. Replacement or additional copies of safety information documentation can be obtained by calling the IBM Hotline at 1-800-300-8751.
  • Page 10 Electrical voltage and current from power, telephone, and communication cables are hazardous. To avoid a shock hazard: v Connect power to this unit only with the IBM provided power cord. Do not use the IBM provided power cord for any other product.
  • Page 11 Observe the following precautions when working on or around your IT rack system: v Heavy equipment–personal injury or equipment damage might result if mishandled. v Always lower the leveling pads on the rack cabinet. v Always install stabilizer brackets on the rack cabinet. v To avoid hazardous conditions due to uneven mechanical loading, always install the heaviest devices in the bottom of the rack cabinet.
  • Page 12 Pack the rack cabinet in the original packaging material, or equivalent. Also lower the leveling pads to raise the casters off of the pallet and bolt the rack cabinet to the pallet. (R002) (L001) (L002) Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 13 (L003) All lasers are certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR Subchapter J for class 1 laser products. Outside the U.S., they are certified to be in compliance with IEC 60825 as a class 1 laser product.
  • Page 14 Exchange only with the IBM-approved part. Recycle or discard the battery as instructed by local regulations. In the United States, IBM has a process for the collection of this battery. For information, call 1-800-426-4333. Have the IBM part number for the battery unit available when you call. (C003)
  • Page 15: Installing And Configuring The Hardware Management Console

    Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console Describes how to install the HMC hardware, connect it to your managed system, and configure it for use. You can perform these tasks yourself, or contact a service provider to perform these tasks for you. You might be charged a fee by the service provider for this service.
  • Page 16: Migrating Hmc Version 6 Code To Hmc Version 7 Code

    1. Ensure your HMC hardware supports HMC Version 7 code. 2. Gather information and complete the Preinstallation “Preinstallation configuration worksheet for the HMC” Configuration Worksheet. on page 16 3. Unpack the hardware. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 17: Hmc Network Connections

    Your HMC can support up to four separate physical Ethernet interfaces, depending on the model. The stand-alone version of the HMC supports only three HMC interfaces, using one integrated Ethernet adapter and up to two plug-in adapters. Use each of these interfaces in the following ways: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 18 Web browser requirements for HMC The Hardware Management Console (HMC) is supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) version 6.0 and 7.0, Firefox version 1.5.0.7 and 2.0. If your browser is configured to use an Internet proxy, a local IP addresses should be included in the exception list.
  • Page 19: Private And Open Networks In The Hmc Environment

    Learn more about the connectivity options you have when you use the call-home server. You can configure the HMC to send hardware service related information to IBM by using a LAN-based Internet connection, or a dial-up connection over a modem.
  • Page 20 Greater reliability The following security characteristics are in effect, regardless of the connectivity method chosen: v Remote Support Facility requests are always initiated from the HMC to IBM. An inbound connection is never initiated from the IBM Service Support System.
  • Page 21: Using Internet Ssl To Connect To Remote Support

    Internet SSL address lists Learn about the addresses the HMC uses when it is using Internet SSL connectivity. The HMC uses the following IPv4 addresses to contact IBM service and support when it is configured to use Internet SSL connectivity.
  • Page 22: Using A Virtual Private Network To Connect To Remote Support

    Note: When configuring a firewall to allow an HMC to connect to these servers, only the IP addresses specific to the geographic region are required. The HMC uses the following IPv6 addresses to contact IBM service and support when it is configured to use Internet SSL connectivity:...
  • Page 23: Using The Telephone And Modems To Connect To Remote Support

    The call-home server has been manually added to the list of call-home server consoles available for outbound connectivity Choosing network settings on the HMC Learn about the network settings you can use on the HMC. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 24: Hmc Network Connections

    Web browser requirements for HMC The Hardware Management Console (HMC) is supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) version 6.0 and 7.0, Firefox version 1.5.0.7 and 2.0. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 25: Private And Open Networks In The Hmc Environment

    LAN switch or hub) when there is more than one FSP or there are multiple managed systems. Note: Each FSP port on the managed system must be connected to only one HMC. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 26: Hmc As A Dhcp Server

    Learn more about the connectivity options you have when you use the call-home server. You can configure the HMC to send hardware service related information to IBM by using a LAN-based Internet connection, or a dial-up connection over a modem.
  • Page 27: Using Internet Ssl To Connect To Remote Support

    The decision about which of these approaches works best for your installation depends on the security and networking requirements of your enterprise. The HMC (directly or through the SSL proxy) uses the following addresses when it is configured to use Internet SSL connectivity. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 28: Choosing An Internet Protocol

    Internet SSL address lists Learn about the addresses the HMC uses when it is using Internet SSL connectivity. The HMC uses the following IPv4 addresses to contact IBM service and support when it is configured to use Internet SSL connectivity.
  • Page 29: Vpn Server Address List

    If you want to use a modem to connect to remote support, you must provide a dedicated analog line to connect to the HMC modem. The HMC uses the modem to dial the global network and to connect to IBM service and support. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 30: Using Multiple Call-Home Servers

    Note: Additional connectivity and security information is available. For more information, see HMC Connectivity Security Preinstallation configuration worksheet for the HMC Use this worksheet to have the installation information you need ready for the installation. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 31 Internet Protocol versions, see “Choosing an Internet Protocol” on page 7. Using IPv6 If you are using IPv6, talk to your network administrator and decide how you want to obtain IP addresses. Then, complete the following tables: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 32 If yes, list the applications and IP addresses that should be allowed through the firewall: TCP/IP Information A unique TCP/IP address is required for each node, both for Support Element (SE) and Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 33 Domain suffix search order: Local Host Information To identify your Hardware Management Console (HMC) to the network, enter the HMC's host name and domain name. Unless you are using only short host names on your network, enter a fully qualified host name. Domain name example: name.yourcompany.com Gateway Information To define a default gateway, fill in the TCP/IP address to be used for routing IP packets.
  • Page 34 Type the simple mail transfer Protocol (SMTP) address of the server to be notified of a system event. An example of an SMTP server name is relay.us.ibm.com. SMTP is the Protocol used to send email. When using SMTP, a client sends a message and communicates with the SMTP server using the SMTP Protocol.
  • Page 35 Enter the dial-up information to configure your local modem. Specify which telephone numbers to use to dial your service provider. When you are connecting, the telephone numbers will be dialed in the order in which they are listed. Dial prefix: ________________ Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 36 In order to access valuable, customized support information in the My Systems and Premium Search sections of the Electronic Services website, Customers must register their IBM ID with this system. If you do not already have one, you can register for an IBM ID at: www.ibm.com/ account/profile.
  • Page 37: Setting Up The Hmc

    If you are connecting an optional external modem, do the following: Note: You can use other connectivity methods to send error information to IBM. a. If you have not already done so, connect the modem data cable to the external HMC modem.
  • Page 38: Installing The 7310-Cr4 Hmc Into A Rack

    This section describes how to install the 7310-CR4 HMC into a rack. This is a customer task. If an HMC is used to manage any POWER7 processor-based system, the HMC must be a CR3, or later, model rack-mounted HMC. The following is a rear-view of the 7310–CR4: Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 39: Completing A Parts Inventory

    You might need to complete a parts inventory. Use the procedure in this section to perform this task. If you have not done so, complete a parts inventory before proceeding with the installation: 1. Locate the kitting report in an accessory box. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 40: Determining The Location

    2. Ensure that you received all the parts that were ordered. If there are incorrect, missing, or damaged parts, contact your IBM reseller or IBM sales and support. Determining the location You might need to determine where to install the system in the rack. This section includes procedures so that you can perform these tasks.
  • Page 41: Marking The Location Without Using A Rack-Mounting Template

    1. Insert the right slide rail (A), which is marked right, into the rack mounting flange (B) locations, on the back right side of the rack. The two rail pins will protrude through the bottom and middle holes (B) on the EIA unit. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 42 Figure 5. Installing the right slide rail into the front of the rack 3. Repeat steps 1 on page 27-2 to install the left slide rail, which is marked left, into the rack. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 43 5. Repeat the previous step to install the latch strike on the front of the left slide rail. 6. Move to the rear of the rack. Finger-tighten screw (F) to attach the cable-management arm mounting bracket (E) to the back of the left rail (G). Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 44 If the mechanism is engaged after the cable-management arm is installed, you will not be able to slide the system from the rack. Figure 8. Attaching the support bracket of the cable-management to the back-right rail. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 45: Installing The Hmc On The Slide Rails

    HMC into the rack. 3. Lift the HMC to the height of the rails, and position the set of wheels (B), at the rear of the HMC, between the rail guides. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 46 HMC, then reinsert the HMC into the rails. Repeat this process until the HMC slides freely into the rack. 7. Push the HMC into place until the rack latches (F) lock into place. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 47: Installing The Cable-Management Arm

    (viewing from the back of the rack). 2. Attach the cable-management arm clasp (B) to the rail by pushing the clasp onto the rail until it locks into place. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 48: Cabling Your Rack-Mounted Hmc

    If you are connecting an external modem, do the following: Note: You can use other connectivity methods to send error information to IBM. For more information, see “Deciding which connectivity method to use for the call-home server” on page 5.
  • Page 49: Installing The 7042-Cr5, 7042-Cr6, And 7042-Cr7 Into A Rack

    For example, use the telephone cable to connect the HMC modem line port to the analog jack on your wall. Note: You can use other connectivity methods to send error information to IBM. For more information, see “Deciding which connectivity method to use for the call-home server” on page 5.
  • Page 50 (3), remove it. Figure 15. Slide rail and movable tab Note: Make sure that the movable tab remains extended and does not click back into place. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 51 (4) until the other nail heads slip into the other slots on the slide rails. Make sure that the front latch (5) slides over the nail heads. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 52 Connect one end of the support arm (1) to the same slide rail to which you plan to attach the cable-management arm so that you can swing the other end of the support arm (2) toward the rack. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 53 9. Pull out the mounting bracket pin (1) and slide the mounting bracket (2) into the slide rail onto which you are installing the cable-management arm. Push the bracket into the slide rail until the Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 54 Route the cables and power cords on the cable-management arm (1) and secure them with cable ties or hook-and-loop fasteners. Note: Allow slack in all cables to avoid tension in the cables as the cable-management arm moves. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 55: Installing The Monitor And Keyboard

    If an HMC is used to manage a POWER7 processor-based system, the HMC must be at CR3, or later, it must be a rack-mounted HMC model. The IBM eserver 7316-TF3 is a 17 inch, flat-panel, and rack-mounted monitor and keyboard tray. A special keyboard, that is available for a variety of languages, fits inside the front of the keyboard tray.
  • Page 56: Completing A Parts Inventory

    You might need to complete a parts inventory. If you have not done so, complete a parts inventory before proceeding with the installation: 1. Locate the kitting report in an accessory box. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 57: Marking The Location Without Using A Rack-Mounting Template

    2. Ensure that you received all the parts that were ordered. If there are incorrect, missing, or damaged parts, contact your IBM reseller or IBM sales and support. Marking the location without using a rack-mounting template You can mark the location without using a template.
  • Page 58 Ensure that the slide-rail brackets extend outside of the rack-cabinet mounting flanges. 6. Tighten the two rail-adjustment screws on each of the outer rails that you loosened in step 5 Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 59 Pull out the tray halfway, and then, push it back to seat the tray in the rails. Perform this a few times to ensure that the tray moves smoothly in the rails. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 60 18. From the rear of the rack, remove the shipping straps that holds the cable-management arm into the tray. 19. Route the keyboard and mouse cables through the cable-management arm. Use the existing cable straps to secure the cables. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 61: Installing The Console Switch (Optional)

    25. Extend the tray from the front of the rack cabinet. Route cables within the rack cabinet, and secure them with cable straps. Installing the console switch (optional) Learn how to install the optional console switch. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 62 3. Route the power, video, keyboard, and mouse cables through the channel in the left-side bracket on the console switch. Then, connect the video, keyboard, and mouse connectors to the console switch. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 63: Configuring The Hmc

    This section provides a complete list of all HMC configuration tasks, guiding you through the process of configuring your HMC. Choose this option if you prefer not to use the Guided Setup wizard. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 64: Starting The Hmc

    3. Select the locale that you want to display from the list in the Locale Selection window, and click OK. The locale identifies the language that the HMC interface uses. 4. Click Log on and launch the Hardware Management Console web application. 5. Log in to the HMC using the following default user ID and password:...
  • Page 65: Configuring Hmc Settings To Use An Open Network To Connect To The Managed System

    Configuring HMC settings to use an open network to connect to logical partitions: To configure the HMC network settings so that it can connect to logical partitions using an open network, do the following: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 66: Configuring Hmc Settings To Use An Open Network To Connect To Remote Users

    “Configuring domain suffixes” on page 57 4. Configure additional adapters, if you have them. Configuring HMC call-home server settings: To configure the HMC call-home server settings so that problems can be reported, do the following: Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 67: Identifying The Ethernet Port Defined As Eth0

    Ethernet port is then defined as eth2, and the secondary integrated Ethernet port is defined as eth3. v If no adapters are installed, the primary integrated Ethernet port is defined as eth0. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 68: Determining The Interface Name For An Ethernet Adapter

    A private service network consists of the HMC and the managed systems. A private service network is restricted to consoles and the systems they manage, and is separate from your company network. An Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 69: Configuring The Hmc As A Dhcp Server

    5. Click the Basic Settings tab. 6. Select an IPv4 address. 7. If you selected to specify an IP address, enter the TCP/IP interface address and the TCP/IP interface network mask. 8. Click OK. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 70: Setting The Ipv6 Address

    From the top box, highlight an application. b. Click Allow Incoming by IP Address. c. On the Hosts Allowed window, enter the IP address and the network mask. d. Click Add and click OK. 7. Click OK. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 71: Enabling Remote Restricted Shell Access

    However, if the string myloc.mycompany.com is an element in the domain suffix table, then there will be an attempt to resolve myname.mloc.mycompany.com also. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 72: Configuring The Hmc So That It Uses Ldap Remote Authentication

    NTP server. To enable the NTP service on the HMC, do the following: a. In the navigation area, select HMC Management. b. In the content area, select Change Date and Time. c. Select the NTP Configuration tab. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 73: Configuring The Hmc So That It Can Contact Service And Support

    Follow the instructions in the wizard to configure call-home. Configuring the local console to report errors to service and support: Configure this HMC so that it can call-home errors using LAN connectivity, the phone or modems, or VPN. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 74 16. In the Outbound Connectivity Settings window, click OK. Connecting to service and support using the telephone and modems: Describes how to configure the HMC as a call-home server using modem access to IBM support. Before you begin this task, ensure that: v You have an dedicated analog telephone line available.
  • Page 75 – Whether a dial prefix string is required. A dial prefix string is a number or series of numbers that allow access to an outside line. To configure the HMC as a call-home server using modem access to IBM support, do the following: 1. In the navigation area, click Service Management.
  • Page 76: Choosing Existing Call-Home Servers To Connect To Service And Support For This Hmc

    7. Verify that there is a PMH event and number assigned to the problem number you opened. 8. select that event and select Close. 9. On the Close window, type your name and a brief comment. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 77: Authorizing Users To View Collected System Data

    You must authorize users to view data about your systems. Before you authorize users to view collected system data, you must obtain an IBM ID. For more information about obtaining an IBM ID, see “Preinstallation configuration worksheet for the HMC” on page 16.
  • Page 78: Resetting The Advanced System Management (Asm) Administrator Password

    Using the HMC, you can back up all important data, such as the following: v User-preference files v User information v HMC platform-configuration files v HMC log files v HMC updates through Install Corrective Service Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 79: Backing Up The Entire Hmc Hard Disk Drive To A Remote System

    HMC by contacting a network boot server, and this server is also the remote server to which you want to back up the data, then select the default settings. Then click Next and go to step 7. If you do not select the default settings, continue with the next step. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 80: Updating, Upgrading, And Migrating Your Hmc Machine Code

    The level of machine code on the HMC will determine the available features, including concurrent server firmware maintenance and enhancements to upgrading to a new release. To view the HMC machine code version and release, do the following: 1. In the navigation area, click Updates. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 81: Obtaining And Applying Machine Code Updates For The Hmc With An Internet Connection

    Note: If a connection to service and support does not exist, set up the service connection before proceeding with this procedure. For instructions on how to set up a connection to service and support, see Setting up your server to connect to IBM service and support. 4. Click Test.
  • Page 82: Step 5. Verify That The Hmc Machine Code Update Installed Successfully

    Step 2. View the available HMC machine code levels To view the available HMC machine code levels, do the following: 1. From a computer or server with an Internet connection, go to the Hardware Management Console Web site at http://www-933.ibm.com/support/fixcentral/.
  • Page 83: Step 4. Apply The Hmc Machine Code Update

    3. Scroll down to the File name(s) / Package area and locate the update you want to order. 4. In the Order column, select Go. 5. Click Continue to sign in with your IBM ID. 6. Follow the on-screen prompts to submit your order.
  • Page 84: Step 1. Obtain The Upgrade

    3. Navigate to the HMC version you want to upgrade to. 4. Locate the download and ordering section. Note: If you do not have access to the Internet, contact IBM service and support to order the upgrade on DVD. 5. Follow the on-screen prompts to submit your order.
  • Page 85: Step 5. Record The Current Hmc Configuration Information

    You can save the current HMC configuration in a designated disk partition on the HMC or to local media. Save upgrade data only immediately prior to upgrading your HMC software to a new release. This action allows you to restore HMC configuration settings after upgrading. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 86: Step 8. Upgrade The Hmc Software

    3. If the level of code displayed is not the level that you installed, retry the upgrade task using a new DVD. If the problem persists, contact your next level of support. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 87: Migrating The Machine Code On An Hmc From Version 6 To Version 7

    You can order the HMC machine code upgrade through the Fix Central website, by contacting service and support, or by downloading it to an FTP server. 1. From a computer or server with an Internet connection, go to http://www.ibm.com/eserver/ support/fixes.
  • Page 88: Step 4. Back Up Critical Console Information

    3. In the tasks list, select Schedule Operations. All scheduled operations for the target you selected are displayed. 4. Select Sort > By Object. 5. Select each object and record the following details: v Object Name v Schedule date Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 89: Step 6. Record Remote Command Status

    To upgrade the HMC software, restart the system with the DVD-RAM in the DVD drive. 1. Insert the HMC Product Installation media. 2. Perform the following steps: a. From the HMC menu bar, select Console > Exit. b. Click Exit now. Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 90: Step 9. Verify That The Hmc Machine Code Upgrade Installed Successfully

    9. Select 1. Install additional software from media and press Enter. Press any key to confirm the installation. The HMC will display status messages as it installs the packages. 10. Click Log on and launch the Hardware Management Console web application. 11. Log in to the HMC interface.
  • Page 91: Upgrading Hmc From Remote Location Using Network Upgrade Images

    Use the following procedure to upgrade HMC at level V6R1.2 or higher, which includes all HMC V7 levels. 1. From a computer or server with an Internet connection, go to the Hardware Management Console website (http://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp/set2/sas/f/netinstall/v7770network.html) 2. Download the appropriate HMC V7 network images and save them on an FTP server. You cannot download these files directly to the HMC.
  • Page 92 8202-E4B or 8205-E6B. 8202-E4C or 8205-E6C HMC port locations Use this diagram and table to map the HMC ports on an 8202-E4C or 8205-E6C. Figure 37. 8202-E4C or 8205-E6C HMC port locations Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 93 Physical location code Identify LED HMC port 1 Un-P1-T3 HMC port 2 Un-P1-T4 For more information on HMC port locations on the 8231-E1C or 8231-E2C, see Part location and location codes for 8231-E1C or 8231-E2C Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 94 Identify LED HMC port 1 Un-P1-C1-T6 HMC port 2 Un-P1-C1-T7 For more information on HMC ports on an 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD, see Part location and location codes for 8408-E8D or 9109-RMD. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 95 Identify LED HMC port 1 Un-P1-C1-T6 HMC port 2 Un-P1-C1-T7 For more information on HMC ports on 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHC, or 9179-MHD, see Part location and location codes for 9117-MMC, 9117-MMD, 9179-MHC, or 9179-MHD Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 96 HMC (Connector J02, Ethernet to Un-Px-C1–J02 Bulk power hub-BPH) HMC (Connector J03, Ethernet to Un-Px-C1–J03 Bulk power hub-BPH) For more information on HMC ports on 9119-FHB, see Part location and location codes for 9119-FHB Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 97: Notices

    All statements regarding the manufacturer's future direction or intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. The manufacturer's prices shown are the manufacturer's suggested retail prices, are current and are subject to change without notice. Dealer prices may vary. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2013...
  • Page 98: Trademarks

    IBM, the IBM logo, and ibm.com are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corp., registered in many jurisdictions worldwide. Other product and service names might be trademarks of IBM or other companies. A current list of IBM trademarks is available on the web at Copyright and trademark information at www.ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml.
  • Page 99 Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used in order to meet FCC emission limits. IBM is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by using other than recommended cables and connectors or by unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment.
  • Page 100 Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Statement - People's Republic of China Declaration: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may need to perform practical action. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 101 Um dieses sicherzustellen, sind die Geräte wie in den Handbüchern beschrieben zu installieren und zu betreiben. Des Weiteren dürfen auch nur von der IBM empfohlene Kabel angeschlossen werden. IBM übernimmt keine Verantwortung für die Einhaltung der Schutzanforderungen, wenn das Produkt ohne Zustimmung von IBM verändert bzw.
  • Page 102: Class B Notices

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
  • Page 103 Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used in order to meet FCC emission limits. Proper cables and connectors are available from IBM-authorized dealers. IBM is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment.
  • Page 104 Confirmed Harmonics Guideline with Modifications (products greater than 20 A per phase) IBM Taiwan Contact Information Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Statement - Korea Germany Compliance Statement Deutschsprachiger EU Hinweis: Hinweis für Geräte der Klasse B EU-Richtlinie zur Elektromagnetischen Verträglichkeit Power Systems: Installing and configuring the Hardware Management Console...
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