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  • Page 1 Network Management Card User’s Guide...
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  • Page 4 Note: Before using this information and the product it supports, read the general information in Appendix C, “Notices,” on page 89. Second Edition (June 2012) © Copyright IBM Corporation 2010, 2012. US Government Users Restricted Rights – Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract...
  • Page 5 Les sikkerhetsinformasjonen (Safety Information) før du installerer dette produktet. Antes de instalar este produto, leia as Informações sobre Segurança. Antes de instalar este producto, lea la información de seguridad. Läs säkerhetsinformationen innan du installerar den här produkten. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2012...
  • Page 6 Be sure to read all caution and danger statements in this document before you perform the procedures. Read any additional safety information that comes with the server or optional device before you install the device. Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 7 Statement 1: DANGER Electrical current from power, telephone, and communication cables is hazardous. To avoid a shock hazard: v Do not connect or disconnect any cables or perform installation, maintenance, or reconfiguration of this product during an electrical storm. v Connect all power cords to a properly wired and grounded electrical outlet.
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  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Network ......3 IBM Environmental Monitoring Probe ....4 Management Information Base (MIB) compatibility .
  • Page 10 Hardware service and support ....87 IBM Taiwan product service ....87 Appendix C.
  • Page 11: Chapter 1. Introduction

    (CLI) If firmware and documentation updates are available, you can download them from the IBM web site. The network management card might have features that are not described in the documentation that comes with the UPS, and the documentation might be updated occasionally to include information about those features, or technical updates might be available to provide additional information that is not included in the network management card documentation.
  • Page 12: Notices And Statements In This Document

    Notices and statements in this document The caution and danger statements in this document are also in the multilingual Safety Information document, which is on the IBM Documentation CD. Each statement is numbered for reference to the corresponding statement in the Safety Information document.
  • Page 13: Specifications

    Specifications The network management card specifications are shown in the following table. Table 1. Network management card specifications Specification Description Dimensions 132 x 66 x 42 mm (5.2 x 2.6 x 1.6 in.) Weight 70 g (0.15 lb) Storage temperature -10°C to 70°C (14°F to 158°F)
  • Page 14: Ibm Environmental Monitoring Probe

    “Connecting and configuring an IBM Environmental Monitoring Probe (optional),” on page 61. Management Information Base (MIB) compatibility The network management card is compatible with the following Management Information Bases (MIBs): v MIB II (RFC 1213) v Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Standard UPS MIB (RFC 1628) v EATON Powerware MIB (PowerMIB) For more information about MIBs, see “MIB objects”...
  • Page 15: Chapter 2. Installing And Configuring The Network Management Card

    (UPS) and how to configure the card to use the web interface. Installation checklist Before you install the network management card, make sure that you have the following items: v Network management card v Serial communication cable for configuration (comes with the network...
  • Page 16: Leds And Connectors

    Take additional care when handling devices during cold weather. Heating reduces indoor humidity and increases static electricity. LEDs and connectors The network management card LEDs and connectors are shown in the following illustration. Ethernet connector RS-232 LED...
  • Page 17: Network Management Card Default Parameters

    The following table is a summary of the user-configurable settings for the network management card. The default parameters and available choices are listed. For more information, see Chapter 3, “Using the network management card web interface,” on page 19. Table 5. Network management card default parameters...
  • Page 18 Table 5. Network management card default parameters (continued) Function Parameter Default value Available choices SNMP Community name read public 32 characters maximum Trap port Not configurable SNMP Version V1&V3 Disabled / V1 / V3 / V1&V3 Read-Only User readuser 1 character minimum, 32...
  • Page 19: Installing The Network Management Card In The Ups

    Installing the network management card in the UPS You can install the IBM Network Management Card in an IBM UPS that has a communication bay. You do not have to turn off the UPS or disconnect the load. To install the network management card, complete the following steps: 1.
  • Page 20 3. Carefully slide the network management card into the bay and align the screw holes on the network management card with the screw holes on the UPS communication bay. Secure the network management card to the UPS with the screws that you removed in step 2 on page 9.
  • Page 21: Configuring The Network Management Card

    Wait approximately 2 minutes until the UPS data LED flashes regularly, indicating normal operation. (See “LEDs and connectors” on page 6.) Note: You will be able to set the network management card parameters through the settings/sensor connector even if the network management card is not connected to the network.
  • Page 22 3. Connect the RJ-45 end of the serial communication cable (which comes with the network management card) to the settings/sensor connector on the network management card. Note: Make sure there is a physical RS-232 DB-9 port on the computer that you are connecting to the UPS.
  • Page 23 If your network is connected to a DHCPv4 or DHCPv6 server, the network management card automatically collects the IP parameters. Note: If the network management card is not connected to the network, it continuously attempts to make a connection. After the connection is established, the LEDs indicate the status (see “LEDs and connectors”...
  • Page 24 4. Press 0 to exit. 5. Press 1 to reset the network management card. 6. Press 2 to restart the network management card with the new IP parameters. 7. Disconnect the serial communication cable from the settings/sensor connector and the computer.
  • Page 25 To use the web interface to configure other network management card settings, see Chapter 3, “Using the network management card web interface,” on page 19. Chapter 2. Installing and configuring the network management card...
  • Page 26: Using The Serial Configuration Menus

    Using the serial configuration menus This section describes the serial communication cable and the serial configuration menus that you can use to configure the network management card. Serial cable pinout The following illustration shows the serial communication cable and pinout.
  • Page 27 4. Make sure that the UPS is turned on. After the initialization process is completed, type USERID at the prompt. The network management card main menu is displayed. __________________________________________________ IBM NETWORK MANAGEMENT CARD : __________________________________________________ 1 : Reset 2 : Network configuration...
  • Page 28 – Gateway address Note: You cannot configure the IPv6 address through the serial connection. The IPv6 address is provided by the network management card or by the IPv6 router (if an IPv6 router is available on the network). To enable the IPv6 feature and configure IPv6 settings, see “Network settings”...
  • Page 29: Chapter 3. Using The Network Management Card Web Interface

    Online contextual help in English is available through the Help link in the top-right corner of each page. The navigation menu of the online help is identical to that of the network management card web pages. The Help page always opens in a new window.
  • Page 30: Optimizing The Performance Of Your Web Browser

    UPS name, and replace the default location Computer Room to name the location of your system (see “System settings” on page 41). An animated diagram is displayed for online uninterruptible power supplies that shows an overview of the current UPS operating mode. Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 31 The diagrams are available for all online uninterruptible power supplies. The operating mode diagrams are shown in the following table. Table 7. Operating mode diagrams Operating mode Diagram UPS with automatic bypass Chapter 3. Using the network management card web interface...
  • Page 32 AC to dc converter powered by ac normal Gray AC to dc converter not powered by ac normal Table 10. AC to dc converter Icon Color Description Green Powered Gray Not powered Internal failure Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 33 Table 13. DC to ac converter input flow Icon Color Description Yellow Energy flow present Gray No energy flow Table 14. DC to ac converter Icon Color Description Green Powered Gray Not powered Internal failure Chapter 3. Using the network management card web interface...
  • Page 34 No energy flow Table 18. AC automatic bypass status Icon Color Description Green Powered Gray Not powered Internal failure Table 19. AC manual bypass flow Icon Color Description Yellow Energy flow present Gray No energy flow Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 35: Ups Status

    Output: Indicates whether the UPS outputs are protected – Master (UPS): Indicates whether the UPS main output is protected – Group1 and Group2: Indicates whether the controlled load segments (if available) are powered (see the following table) Chapter 3. Using the network management card web interface...
  • Page 36: Ups Alarm

    Click UPS Alarm on the UPS Properties page to display the list of current alarms. Table 25 on page 27 lists the alarm severity levels. For the managed UPS and system alarms, see Table 39 on page 75 and Table 41 on page 78. Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 37 Table 25. Alarm severity levels Icon Severity level Critical Warning Yellow Unknown Gray About your UPS Click About your UPS to view the information about the UPS and the network management card. Chapter 3. Using the network management card web interface...
  • Page 38: Ups Control

    Click UPS Control from the menu to display the UPS Control page. Use the UPS Control page to enable triggering of startup and shutdown sequences for the UPS main output and load segments (by default, named Master, Group1, and Group2). Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 39 Note: For security, you must click Save and enter the administrator login and password to save modifications or run commands. The default login is USERID (all uppercase), and the password is passw0rd (all lowercase with a zero, not the letter O). Chapter 3. Using the network management card web interface...
  • Page 40: Ups Weekly Schedule Programming

    UPS shutdown sequences in one week, with a minimum shutdown delay of 30 minutes. The on/off sequences are valid only if the network management card time is set correctly. Note: For security, you must click Save and enter the administrator login and password to save modifications or run commands.
  • Page 41: Shutdown Parameters

    You can customize the name of the main output and load segments in the Output column (the maximum is 20 characters). Priority is given to the main output; therefore, the network management card cannot supply power to the load segments when the main output power is off.
  • Page 42 Note: For security, you must click Save and enter the administrator login and password to save modifications or run commands. The default login is USERID (all uppercase), and the password is passw0rd (all lowercase with a zero, not the letter O). Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 43: Measurements

    The save frequency of these values (60 seconds by default) is defined on the System page (see “System settings” on page 41). Approximately 435 time stamps can be stored on the network management card. When this threshold is reached, the oldest time stamp is deleted when a new one occurs.
  • Page 44: Event Log

    Event log Click Event Log from the menu to view logged events. The network management card can save up to 435 events. When this threshold is reached, the oldest event is deleted when a new one occurs. Click Save Log to save values in comma separated values (CSV) format.
  • Page 45: System Log

    System log Click System Log from the menu to view system events. The network management card can save up to 435 events. When this threshold is reached, the oldest event is deleted when a new one occurs. Click Save Log to save values in comma separated values (CSV) format.
  • Page 46 Save: Save your settings. The right side of the page shows the events that can require notification. By default, only main events, such as battery operation and a few of the UPS alarms, are Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 47: Email Message Settings

    O). Email message settings Use the Email Message Settings page to customize the content of email messages that are initiated by the network management card (see “Email notification” on page 35). All email message recipients have the following common settings: v Sender: The source of the message.
  • Page 48: Sending Text Messages

    – The URL of the network management card, enabling a direct link with the network management card to be established – Attachments, as configured for the email recipients – The subject text Sending text messages The network management card can redirect UPS alarms to an email server. The format of these email messages is compatible with mobile telephone email/SMS transfer systems that are used by Internet service providers (ISPs).
  • Page 49 Gateway Address: The IP address of the gateway to access the stations that are outside the network management card subnet (for example, 166.99.224.1). v Hostname: The host name of the network management card. This is the first part of the fully qualified domain name that is used by the Domain Name System (DNS).
  • Page 50 USERID (all uppercase), and the password is passw0rd (all lowercase with a zero, not the letter O). Restart the network management card after any changes to these parameters (see “System settings” on page 41). Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 51: System Settings

    Click System from the menu to customize the information that is displayed on the UPS Properties page (see “UPS properties” on page 20). You can configure the following network management card system settings: v UPS Contact: Enter the name of the person who is responsible for UPS administration at the IT network level or the person who is responsible for electrical maintenance.
  • Page 52: Notified Applications

    Notified applications Use the Notified Applications page to modify a network management system (NMS) that is set to receive notifications from the network management card or to add up to three NMSs to the notified applications. To modify or add a new NMS, complete the following steps: 1.
  • Page 53: Access Control

    1. If you are not already logged on, you are prompted to enter your user name and password before you access the Access Control page. 2. Restart the network management card to activate any configuration changes. For more information, see “System settings” on page 41.
  • Page 54: Snmp Setting

    Click SNMP from the menu to enable configuration of the SNMP security parameters. Note: If you are not already logged on, you are prompted to enter your user name and password before you access the SNMP Settings page. Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 55 SNMP variables. v Read-Write Security Level: Select one of the following security levels: – No Auth No Priv: The user must not use authentication and privacy to access SNMP variables. Chapter 3. Using the network management card web interface...
  • Page 56: Date And Time

    Save: Save your settings. Date and time Click Time from the menu to manually set the network management card date and time or to set the date and time to synchronize with the NTP server. To set the date and time, complete the following steps: 1.
  • Page 57: Updating Firmware

    Notes: 1. After startup, if the network management card is in manual mode, or if no NTP server was reached, the card initializes at 00:00 01/01/1970. 2. If the network management card is installed in an UPS that supports time stamping, the network management card time is automatically synchronized with that of the UPS.
  • Page 58 4. Click Upload. Note: The upload can take up to 5 minutes. Do not interrupt the operation until the firmware upload is successful and the following screen is displayed. Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 59: Chapter 4. Using The Telnet, Ssh, And Cli

    Menu interface selected. Session constraints Up to five sessions with the network management card can be open at one time. Each open session must have the same protocol configuration. The available protocol configurations are shown in the following table.
  • Page 60: Starting And Ending A Session

    Enter. For example, in the following sample menu screen, to access the Trap Receiver 2 parameters you type 2 and press Enter. To return to the previous menu from any screen, type 0 and press Enter. Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 61 The following illustration shows a sample menu screen. ------------------------------------------------------------- NETWORK MANAGEMENT CARD Trap receiver ------------------------------------------------------------- 1 : Receiver 1 2 : Receiver 2 3 : Receiver 3 0 : Exit To close the session from any menu screen, enter quit.
  • Page 62: Using The Command-Line Interface

    Reset the software. Syntax reset Example #> reset version Get information about the software version. Syntax version Example #> version defaultPass Return to the default login and password. Syntax defaultPass Example #> defaultPass Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 63 Table 29. General commands (continued) defaultConf Return to the default configuration. Syntax defaultConf Example #> defaultConf Chapter 4. Using the Telnet, SSH, and CLI...
  • Page 64: Network Commands

    [option1] [option2] Options HostName | Authentication | Login | Password Example #> getSMTP HostName Comments For Password, each character is replaced with an asterisk (*). setSMTP Modify an SMTP setting. Syntax setSMTP [option1=xxxx] [option2=yyyy] Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 65 Table 30. Network commands (continued) Options HostName = “xx..xx” Authentication = 0 | 1 (0=No, 1=Yes) Login = “xx..xx” (See Note 1) Password = “**..**” (See Notes 1, 2) Example #> setSMTP HostName = “Smtp Server” Comments Note 1: Setting is write-enabled depending on “Authentication” status. Note 2: Remember to set echo off.
  • Page 66: System Commands

    Language = AUTO | FRE | ENG | SPA | GER | ITA | CHI | JPN | KOR | CZI | RUS Example #> setSystem Location=”my office” getHistSyst Read a history system setting. Syntax getHistSyst [option] Options Interval Example #> getHistSyst Interval Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 67 Table 32. System commands (continued) setHistSyst Modify a history system setting. Syntax setHistSyst [option] Options Interval = xx (10 to 2147483647 in seconds) Example #> setHistSyst Interval=12 getEnvSyst Read an environment system setting. Syntax getEnvSyst [option1] [option2] Options Interval | Delimiter Example #>...
  • Page 68: Access Control Commands

    #> setTelnet Security=0 Date and time commands Use the date and time commands in the following table to set the date and time parameters for the network management card. Table 35. Date and time commands getDate Read a date and time setting.
  • Page 69 Table 35. Date and time commands (continued) Syntax setDate [option1] [option2] Options Date = yyyy/mm/dd (See Note 1) Time = hh:mm:ss (See Note 1) TimeSync = MANUAL | AUTO | NTP TimeNtp = “xx..xx” TimeZone = +/-hh:mm (See Note 2) TimeDaylight = 0 | 1 (0=No, 1=Yes) Example...
  • Page 70 State[1].Notify = 0 | 1 (0=No, 1=Yes) (See Note 1) State[1].Shutdown = 0 | 1 (0=No, 1=Yes) (See Note 1) Example #> setInput1 State[0].Description=“Door open” State[0].Notify=1 Comments Note 1: Setting is write-enabled only if the notification is enabled. Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 71: Chapter 5. Connecting And Configuring An Ibm Environmental Monitoring Probe (Optional)

    When the environmental monitoring probe is connected to the settings/sensor connector on the network management card, temperature and humidity readings are automatically displayed in the web interface. To access the readings, you must run a web browser and connect to the network management card IP address. Evironmental monitoring...
  • Page 72: Connecting An Environmental Monitoring Probe To The Network Management Card

    Possibility of shutting down the installation if a threshold is exceeded or on the opening or closing of a dry contact. v Connection to the network management card with straight Category 5 Ethernet cables (maximum sensor-to-card distance is 20 m).
  • Page 73 The environmental monitoring probe is automatically recognized by the UPS. 4. Start a web browser and connect to the network management card IP address. After the environmental monitoring probe is connected to the network management card, an Environment menu option is available on the main menu. The...
  • Page 74: Environment Status

    The positions are displayed with the parameters entered on the Environment Settings page. v The last status change of each contact is time stamped. The Internet browser updates the Environment Status page every 10 seconds. Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 75: Environment Settings

    Note: For security, you must click Save and enter the administrator login and password to save modifications or run commands. The default login is USERID (all uppercase), and the password is passw0rd (all lowercase with a zero, not the letter O). Chapter 5. Connecting and configuring an IBM Environmental Monitoring Probe (optional)
  • Page 76 Enter names that are associated with the two contact positions (for example, Open and Closed for a door and On and Off for a generator). For the list of messages, see Table 39 on page 75. Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 77: Event Log

    The size of the log files is limited by a time indexing system. Click Save Log to save the log on your computer at any time, in a CSV format file. Click Clear Log to clear the files in the network management card and reset the log.
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  • Page 79: Chapter 6. Shutdown Criteria And Sequence

    This chapter describes the shutdown criteria that are managed by the network management card, the shutdown sequence, and load segments. Note: If you are using IBM UPS Manager as the power management software, keep the shutdown criteria in the network management card at the default settings, which enables IBM UPS Manager to program the settings correctly.
  • Page 80: Load Segments

    Load segments Some UPS models are equipped with load segments. Load segments are sets of receptacles that can be controlled through the network management card, providing an orderly shutdown and startup of your equipment. Load segments are dependent on the main output of the UPS. Shutdown of the main output causes shutdown of the load segments.
  • Page 81: Shutdown Sequences Detail

    The network management card tracks the shutdown times required by the configured equipment connected to the UPS. To protect all connected equipment, the network management card uses the maximum required shutdown time for the Shutdown Duration parameter. Chapter 6. Shutdown criteria and sequence...
  • Page 82 When the Low battery power message is displayed, the UPS is turned off after allowing for the specified shutdown delay. The Low battery power message is displayed if either of the two following criteria is reached: v Low battery level v Low battery delay Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 83 Power restoration before the end of the shutdown duration If power is restored before the end of the shutdown duration specified by the Shutdown Duration parameter, the UPS is shut off after the shutdown duration for a time equal to the forced reboot delay (10 seconds). Chapter 6.
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  • Page 85: Appendix A. Uninterruptible Power Supply Alarms, Events, And Mib Objects

    Manual bypass switch (Q3BP) closed Manual bypass switch (Q3BP) open UPS on manual bypass Output switch (Q5N) open Output switch (Q5N) closed Single wave load fault Load OK Negative DC bus too high Negative DC bus OK © Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2012...
  • Page 86: Table Of Events

    Table 40. UPS events Alarm on Alarm off Battery fuse blown Battery fuse OK Battery temperature fault Battery temperature OK No battery Battery present Battery charger fault Battery charger OK Charger temperature fault Charger temperature OK Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 87 Table 40. UPS events (continued) Alarm on Alarm off Maximum charger voltage fault Charger voltage OK Minimum charger voltage fault Charger voltage OK End of warranty LCM message OK End of battery life LCM message OK End of life of the wearing parts LCM message OK Outlet 1 open Outlet 1 closed...
  • Page 88: Table Of System Alarms

    Connected NSM list Full, last connection refused sendTrap()-> Unable to resolve hostname hostname SNMP Send Trap # num failure to hostname Time changed by user with yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss Time synchronized by NSM or EPM with yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 89: Mib Objects

    MIB objects The following sections describe the Management Information Base (MIB) files that are available with the network management card. A MIB is an information repository on a device in a communication network. Network management software uses the MIB of a device to manage the device. Every manageable device on a network has a MIB that consists of one or more files that list information about the device.
  • Page 90 0.1 hertz {5.1.0} xupsBypassNumPhases Integer {5.2.0} xupsBypassTable {5.3.0} xupsBypassPhase Integer {5.3.1.1.x} (IBM 6000 VA and 11000 VA UPS models only) xupsBypassVoltage RMS volts {5.3.1.2.x} (IBM 6000 VA and 11000 VA UPS models only) xupsEnvAmbientLowerLimit Degrees C {6.2.0} xupsEnvAmbientUpperLimit Degrees C {6.3.0}...
  • Page 91 Table 42. Eaton Powerware MIB objects (continued) MIB object SNMP format Add.path xupsEnvRemoteHumidityUpperLimit¹ Percent {6.12.0} xupsAlarmTable Table {7.2.0} xupsAlarmID {7.2.1.1.x} xupsAlarmDescr {7.2.1.2.x} xupsAlarmTime {7.2.1.3.x} xupsOnBattery {7.3.0} xupsLowBattery {7.4.0} xupsUtilityPowerRestored {7.5.0} xupsReturnFromLowBattery {7.6.0} upsOutputOverload {7.7.0} xupsInternalFailure {7.8.0} xupsBatteryDischarged {7.9.0} xupsInverterFailure {7.10.0} xupsOnBypass {7.11.0} xupsBypassNotAvailable...
  • Page 92 RMS volts {10.6.0} xupsConfigHighOutputVoltageLimit RMS volts {10.7.0} xupsConfigInstallDate String {10.8.0} xupsMaxTrapLevel Integer {11.1.0} xupsTrapType Integer {11.2.0} xupsTrapmessage String {11.3.0} xupsNumberofcontrolledreceptacles Integer {12.1.0} xupsFirstreceptacle Integer {12.2.1.1.1} xupsSecondreceptacle Integer {12.2.1.1.2} xupsFirstreceptaclestatus Integer {12.2.1.2.1} xupsSecondreceptaclestatus Integer {12.2.1.2.2} Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 93 Table 42. Eaton Powerware MIB objects (continued) MIB object SNMP format Add.path xupsFirstreceptacleoffdelay Integer {12.2.1.3.1} xupsSecondreceptacleoffdelay Integer {12.2.1.3.2} xupsFirstreceptacleondelay Integer {12.2.1.4.1} xupsSecondreceptacleondelay Integer {12.2.1.4.2} xupsFirstreceptacleAutoOffdelay Integer {12.2.1.5.1} xupsSecondreceptacleAutoOffdelay Integer {12.2.1.5.2} xupsFirstreceptacleAutoondelay Integer {12.2.1.6.1} xupsSecondreceptacleAutoondelay Integer {12.2.1.6.2} xupsFirstreceptacleShedsecswithRestart Integer {12.2.1.7.1} xupsSecondreceptacleShedsecswithRestart Integer {12.2.1.7.2} xupsTopologyType...
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  • Page 95: Appendix B. Getting Help And Technical Assistance

    If you need help, service, or technical assistance or just want more information about IBM products, you will find a wide variety of sources available from IBM to assist you. Use this information to obtain additional information about IBM and IBM products, determine what to do if you experience a problem with your IBM system or optional device, and determine whom to call for service, if it is necessary.
  • Page 96: Using The Documentation

    Creating a personalized support web page At http://www.ibm.com/support/mynotifications/, you can create a personalized support web page by identifying IBM products that are of interest to you. From this personalized page, you can subscribe to weekly email notifications about new technical documents, search for information and downloads, and access various administrative services.
  • Page 97: Hardware Service And Support

    In the U.S. and Canada, call 1-800-IBM-SERV (1-800-426-7378). Hardware service and support You can receive hardware service through your IBM reseller or IBM Services. To locate a reseller authorized by IBM to provide warranty service, go to http://www.ibm.com/partnerworld/ and click Find Business Partners on the right side of the page.
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  • Page 99: Appendix C. Notices

    The materials at those websites are not part of the materials for this IBM product, and use of those websites is at your own risk. IBM may use or distribute any of the information you supply in any way it believes appropriate without incurring any obligation to you.
  • Page 100: Important Notes

    IBM makes no representations or warranties with respect to non-IBM products. Support (if any) for the non-IBM products is provided by the third party, not IBM. Some software might differ from its retail version (if available) and might not include user manuals or all program functionality.
  • Page 101: Particulate Contamination

    If IBM determines that the levels of particulates or gases in your environment have caused damage to the device, IBM may condition provision of repair or replacement of devices or parts on implementation of appropriate remedial measures to mitigate such environmental contamination.
  • Page 102: Telecommunication Regulatory Statement

    In the request, be sure to include the publication part number and title. When you send information to IBM, you grant IBM a nonexclusive right to use or distribute the information in any way it believes appropriate without incurring any obligation to you.
  • Page 103: European Union Emc Directive Conformance Statement

    EU-Mitgliedsstaaten und hält die Grenzwerte der EN 55022 Klasse A ein. 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 der IBM verändert bzw.
  • Page 104 This is electromagnetic wave compatibility equipment for business (Type A). Sellers and users need to pay attention to it. This is for any areas other than home. Russia Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Class A statement Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 105 People's Republic of China Class A electronic emission statement Taiwan Class A compliance statement Appendix C. Notices...
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  • Page 107: Index

    5 overview 4 system commands (command-line interface) 56 using 61 telephone numbers 87 FCC Class A notice 92 Telnet, SSH, and command-line interface available settings 49 overview 49 session constraints 49 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2010, 2012...
  • Page 108 89 trap receiver commands (command-line interface) 56 United States electronic emission Class A notice 92 United States FCC Class A notice 92 website personalized support 86 publication ordering 86 support line, telephone numbers 87 Network Management Card : User’s Guide...
  • Page 110 Part Number: 81Y1034 Printed in USA (1P) P/N: 81Y1034...