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HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation User Manual

HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation User Manual (235 pages)

HP Integrated Lights-Out 2 User Guide for Firmware 1.75 and 1.77  
Brand: HP | Category: Software | Size: 6.15 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Guide Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
New In This Release Of Ilo 29................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Overview10................................................................................................................................................................
Differences Between Ilo 2 And Ilo10................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack Integration11................................................................................................................................................................
Server Management Through Ipmi Version 2.0 Compliant Applications11................................................................................................................................................................
Ws-management Compatibility Overview12................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Browser Interface Overview13................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Browsers And Client Operating Systems13................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Server Operating System Software14................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Setup16................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Setup Ilo 216................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Network18................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ip Address18................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In To Ilo 2 For The First Time19................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up User Accounts19................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Ilo 2 Using Ilo 2 Rbsu20................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Ilo 2 Using The Browser-based Option20................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Ilo 2 Licensed Features Using A Browser20................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Ilo 2 Device Drivers21................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Device Driver Support21................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Device Driver Support22................................................................................................................................................................
Novell Netware Device Driver Support22................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ilo 224................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Configuration Overview24................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Ilo 2 Firmware24................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Ilo 2 Using A Browser25................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Firmware Using The Maintenance Cd26................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering From A Failed Ilo 2 Firmware Update26................................................................................................................................................................
Downgrading The Ilo 2 Firmware26................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing26................................................................................................................................................................
User Administration28................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New User29................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Or Modifying An Existing User's Settings31................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A User31................................................................................................................................................................
Group Administration32................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ilo 2 Access33................................................................................................................................................................
Services Options33................................................................................................................................................................
Access Options39................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Remote Console And Remote Serial Console Access41................................................................................................................................................................
Security41................................................................................................................................................................
General Security Guidelines42................................................................................................................................................................
Trusted Platform Module Support43................................................................................................................................................................
User Accounts And Access44................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh Key Administration45................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl Certificate Administration45................................................................................................................................................................
Two-factor Authentication46................................................................................................................................................................
Directory Settings51................................................................................................................................................................
Encryption54................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Single Sign-on (sso)56................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console Computer Lock59................................................................................................................................................................
Network60................................................................................................................................................................
Network Settings61................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp/dns Settings65................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp/insight Manager Settings66................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Snmp Alerts66................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Generated Trap Definitions67................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Insight Manager Integration68................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Bl P-class Configuration69................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Bl P-class User Requirements69................................................................................................................................................................
Static Ip Bay Configuration69................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Bladesystem Setup72................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Diagnostic Port Configuration Parameters74................................................................................................................................................................
System Status And Status Summary Information76................................................................................................................................................................
System Information Summary78................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics81................................................................................................................................................................
Insight Agents82................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Remote Console83................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console Settings84................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console Overview And Licensing Options84................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Remote Console Fullscreen88................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Remote Console Option88................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Remote Console93................................................................................................................................................................
Using Console Capture93................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Ilo Video Player94................................................................................................................................................................
Acquiring The Remote Console96................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console96................................................................................................................................................................
Text-based Remote Console Overview98................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Systems105................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Media107................................................................................................................................................................
Using Ilo 2 Virtual Media Devices108................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Ilo 2 Disk Image Files114................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Folder115................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Folder Operating System Notes115................................................................................................................................................................
Power Management116................................................................................................................................................................
Server Power Settings117................................................................................................................................................................
Server Power Data119................................................................................................................................................................
Processor States120................................................................................................................................................................
Power Efficiency121................................................................................................................................................................
Graceful Shutdown122................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Bl P-class Advanced Management122................................................................................................................................................................
Rack View123................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Control Of Proliant Bl P-class Server Leds127................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Bl P-class Alert Forwarding127................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Bladesystem Hp Onboard Administrator127................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Bl C-class Tab128................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Bay Ip Addressing128................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Power Capping For Server Blades130................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Virtual Fan131................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo Option131................................................................................................................................................................
Web Administration132................................................................................................................................................................
Bl P-class And Bl C-class Features132................................................................................................................................................................
Directory Services134................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Directory Integration134................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits Of Directory Integration134................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Schema-free Directories And Hp Schema Directory135................................................................................................................................................................
Schema-free Directory Integration136................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Schema Directory Integration136................................................................................................................................................................
Setup For Schema-free Directory Integration138................................................................................................................................................................
Active Directory Preparation138................................................................................................................................................................
Schema-free Browser-based Setup139................................................................................................................................................................
Schema-free Scripted Setup140................................................................................................................................................................
Schema-free Hplomig-based Setup140................................................................................................................................................................
Schema-free Setup Options140................................................................................................................................................................
Schema-free Nested Groups141................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Hp Schema Directory Integration142................................................................................................................................................................
Features Supported By Hp Schema Directory Integration142................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Directory Services142................................................................................................................................................................
Schema Documentation143................................................................................................................................................................
Directory Services Support143................................................................................................................................................................
Schema Required Software144................................................................................................................................................................
Schema Installer144................................................................................................................................................................
Management Snap-in Installer147................................................................................................................................................................
Directory Services For Active Directory147................................................................................................................................................................
Directory Services For Edirectory157................................................................................................................................................................
User Login Using Directory Services165................................................................................................................................................................
Directory-enabled Remote Management166................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Directory-enabled Remote Management166................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Roles To Follow Organizational Structure166................................................................................................................................................................
Using Existing Groups166................................................................................................................................................................
Using Multiple Roles167................................................................................................................................................................
How Directory Login Restrictions Are Enforced168................................................................................................................................................................
Restricting Roles168................................................................................................................................................................
User Restrictions169................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Multiple Restrictions And Roles170................................................................................................................................................................
Using Bulk Import Tools171................................................................................................................................................................
Hpqlomig Directory Migration Utility173................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Hpqlomig Utility173................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility173................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Lights-out Directory Package173................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hpqlomig174................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Management Processors174................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Firmware On Management Processors176................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Directory Access Method177................................................................................................................................................................
Naming Management Processors178................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Directories When Hp Extended Schema Is Selected179................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Directories When Schema-free Integration Is Selected180................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Management Processors For Directories181................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Manager Integration183................................................................................................................................................................
Integrating Ilo 2 With Hp Sim183................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Functional Overview183................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing Sso With Hp Sim184................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Identification And Association184................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Status184................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Links185................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Systems Lists185................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving Snmp Alerts In Hp Sim186................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Port Matching186................................................................................................................................................................
Reviewing Advanced Pack License Information In Hp Sim187................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Ilo 2188................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Post Led Indicators188................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log Entries189................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware And Software Link-related Issues192................................................................................................................................................................
Jvm Support193................................................................................................................................................................
Login Issues193................................................................................................................................................................
Login Name And Password Not Accepted193................................................................................................................................................................
Directory User Premature Logout194................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Management Port Not Accessible By Name194................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Rbsu Unavailable After Ilo 2 And Server Reset194................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Access The Login Page195................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Access Ilo 2 Using Telnet195................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Access Virtual Media Or Graphical Remote Console195................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Connect To Ilo 2 After Changing Network Settings195................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Connect To The Ilo 2 Diagnostic Port195................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Connect To The Ilo 2 Processor Through The Nic196................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Log In To Ilo 2 After Installing The Ilo 2 Certificate196................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Issues196................................................................................................................................................................
Proxy Server Issues196................................................................................................................................................................
Two-factor Authentication Error197................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Alert And Trap Problems197................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Receive Hp Sim Alarms (snmp Traps) From Ilo 2198................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Security Override Switch198................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication Code Error Message198................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Directory Problems198................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Remote Console Problems199................................................................................................................................................................
Domain/name Format Login Issues199................................................................................................................................................................
Activex Controls Are Enabled And I See A Prompt But The Domain/name Login Format Does Not Work199................................................................................................................................................................
User Contexts Do Not Appear To Work199................................................................................................................................................................
Directory User Does Not Logout After The Directory Timeout Has Expires199................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console Applet Has A Red X When Running Linux Client Browser200................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Navigate The Single Cursor Of The Remote Console To Corners Of The Remote Console Window200................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console No Longer Opens On The Existing Browser Session200................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console Text Window Not Updating Properly200................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Integrated Remote Console Problems201................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console Turns Gray Or Black201................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Serial Console Troubleshooting201................................................................................................................................................................
Internet Explorer 7 And A Flickering Remote Console Screen201................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Apache To Accept Exported Capture Buffers202................................................................................................................................................................
No Console Replay While Server Is Powered Down203................................................................................................................................................................
Skipping Information During Boot And Fault Buffer Playback203................................................................................................................................................................
Out Of Memory Error Starting Integrated Remote Console203................................................................................................................................................................
Session Leader Does Not Receive Connection Request When Irc Is In Replay Mode203................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard Led Does Not Display Correctly203................................................................................................................................................................
Inactive Irc204................................................................................................................................................................
Irc Failed To Connect To Server Error Message204................................................................................................................................................................
Irc Toolbar Icons Do Not Update204................................................................................................................................................................
Gnome Interface Does Not Lock205................................................................................................................................................................
Repeating Keys On The Remote Console205................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console Playback Does Not Work When The Host Server Is Powered Down205................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Ssh And Telnet Problems205................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Putty Input Slow205................................................................................................................................................................
Putty Client Unresponsive With Shared Network Port205................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh Text Support From A Remote Console Session206................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Terminal Services Problems206................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Services Button Is Not Working206................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Services Proxy Stops Responding206................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Video And Monitor Problems206................................................................................................................................................................
General Guidelines206................................................................................................................................................................
Video Applications Not Displaying In The Remote Console207................................................................................................................................................................
User Interface Is Not Displaying Correctly207................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Virtual Media Problems207................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Media Applet Has A Red X And Will Not Display207................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Floppy Media Applet Is Unresponsive207................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Ilo Video Player Problems207................................................................................................................................................................
Video Capture File Does Not Play207................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Miscellaneous Problems208................................................................................................................................................................
Video Capture File Plays Erratically208................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Remote Text Console Problems208................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Linux Installer In The Text Console208................................................................................................................................................................
Passing Data Through An Ssh Terminal208................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Access Activex Downloads210................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Get Snmp Information From Hp Sim210................................................................................................................................................................
Incorrect Time Or Date Of The Entries In The Event Log210................................................................................................................................................................
Inability To Upgrade Ilo 2 Firmware210................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Does Not Respond To Ssl Requests211................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Ssl211................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting Ilo 2212................................................................................................................................................................
Server Name Still Present After Erase Utility Is Executed212................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting A Remote Host212................................................................................................................................................................
Directory Services Schema213................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Management Core Ldap Oid Classes And Attributes213................................................................................................................................................................
Core Classes213................................................................................................................................................................
Core Attributes213................................................................................................................................................................
Core Class Definitions213................................................................................................................................................................
Core Attribute Definitions214................................................................................................................................................................
Lights-out Management Specific Ldap Oid Classes And Attributes217................................................................................................................................................................
Lights-out Management Classes217................................................................................................................................................................
Lights-out Management Attributes217................................................................................................................................................................
Lights-out Management Class Definitions217................................................................................................................................................................
Lights-out Management Attribute Definitions218................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support220................................................................................................................................................................
Support Information220................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information221................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Contact Hp221................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations222................................................................................................................................................................
Index229................................................................................................................................................................

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HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Interface Manual

HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Interface Manual (209 pages)

Ethernet Blade Switch for c-Class BladeSystem Browser-based Interface Reference Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 12.81 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction8................................................................................................................................................................
Additional References8................................................................................................................................................................
Features8................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements8................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Setup8................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Interfaces8................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Bbi Access9................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Setup9................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Bbi9................................................................................................................................................................
Browser-based Interface Basics Introduction12................................................................................................................................................................
Toolbar12................................................................................................................................................................
Context Buttons12................................................................................................................................................................
Commands13................................................................................................................................................................
Navigation Window13................................................................................................................................................................
Forms Window14................................................................................................................................................................
Dashboard Introduction15................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Displaying Dashboards15................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Dashboard18................................................................................................................................................................
User Access Dashboard19................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Dashboard20................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs+ Dashboard21................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Image And Configuration Management Dashboard22................................................................................................................................................................
Management Network Definition Dashboard23................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Ports Dashboard24................................................................................................................................................................
X System Information25................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Ports 802.1x Dashboard26................................................................................................................................................................
Port 802.1x Dashboard Operations27................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Database Information29................................................................................................................................................................
Vlans Dashboard30................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Spanning Tree Groups Information31................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Spanning Tree Group Information32................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Spanning Tree Port Information33................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Trunk Groups Dashboard34................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Hash Dashboard35................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Dashboard35................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Port Dashboard36................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Fast General Information37................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon History Group Information37................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Alarm Group Information38................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Event Group Information40................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interfaces Dashboard41................................................................................................................................................................
Route Table Information42................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Cache Information44................................................................................................................................................................
Default Gateways Dashboard45................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping Dashboard46................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Multicast Groups46................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Multicast Routers47................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Static Multicast Router Configuration47................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf General Dashboard48................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Areas Dashboard48................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Summary Ranges Dashboard49................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Ip Interfaces Dashboard50................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Virtual Links Dashboard51................................................................................................................................................................
Rip General Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Interfaces Dashboard52................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Router Group Operation53................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Routers Dashboard54................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Router Operation55................................................................................................................................................................
Domain Name System Dashboard55................................................................................................................................................................
Bootstrap Protocol Relay Dashboard56................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Dashboard56................................................................................................................................................................
P Priority To Cos Dashboard57................................................................................................................................................................
P Cos Weight Dashboard57................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Dashboard58................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List Dashboard58................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Groups Dashboard Table59................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List Group Dashboard59................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Failure Detection Dashboard60................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Statistics Introduction61................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Displaying Statistics61................................................................................................................................................................
Management Processor Statistics63................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp/ip Statistics (if And Ip Statistics)64................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp/ip Statistics (icmp And Tcp Statistics)66................................................................................................................................................................
Udp/snmp Statistics68................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Utilization71................................................................................................................................................................
Fdb Statistics71................................................................................................................................................................
Network Time Protocol Statistics72................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Ports Statistics Summary73................................................................................................................................................................
Port Statistics74................................................................................................................................................................
Bridging ("dot1") Statistics75................................................................................................................................................................
Interface ("if") Statistics - Input75................................................................................................................................................................
Interface ("if") Statistics - Output76................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet ("dot3") Statistics76................................................................................................................................................................
Gea Ip Statistics78................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Ports 802.1x Statistics78................................................................................................................................................................
Port 802.1x Statistics79................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Statistics81................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Statistics82................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Management Statistics (part One)83................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Management Statistics (part 2)85................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Management Statistics (part 3)87................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Statistics89................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Vlan Snooping Statistics Summary90................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan - Igmp Snooping Statistics91................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf General Statistics92................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Areas Statistics94................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Area Statistics95................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Ip Interfaces Statistics98................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Ip Interface Statistics99................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Statistics102................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol Statistics102................................................................................................................................................................
Domain Name System Statistics103................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Management Statistics (part Two)106................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control Lists Statistics109................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Statistics110................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Failure Detection Statistics110................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch Introduction111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Steps111................................................................................................................................................................
Input Error Checking113................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Management Processor Configuration114................................................................................................................................................................
Basic System Configuration114................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Controls116................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Management Processor Configuration Buttons117................................................................................................................................................................
User Configuration Table118................................................................................................................................................................
User Access Control Configuration118................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Radius Configuration119................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Tacacs+ Configuration121................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp Configuration123................................................................................................................................................................
Syslog And Trap Feature Configuration124................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Image And Configuration Management126................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading New Software To Your Switch127................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration127................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Image And Configuration Management Controls127................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Image And Configuration Management Buttons128................................................................................................................................................................
Management Network Definition Configuration129................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Ports Configuration130................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Port Configuration131................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Port Acl Configuration133................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Port Mirroring Configuration134................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Port Configuration135................................................................................................................................................................
Port Mirroring Configuration For Port135................................................................................................................................................................
X General Configuration136................................................................................................................................................................
X Switch Ports Configuration136................................................................................................................................................................
X Port Configuration137................................................................................................................................................................
Fdb Configuration138................................................................................................................................................................
Static Fdb Configuration (part One)138................................................................................................................................................................
Static Fdb Configuration (part Two)139................................................................................................................................................................
Vlans Configuration139................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Configuration140................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Spanning Tree Groups Configuration141................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Spanning Tree Group Configuration142................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Spanning Tree Group Port Configuration144................................................................................................................................................................
Mstp/rstp General Configuration145................................................................................................................................................................
Common Internal Spanning Tree Bridge Configuration146................................................................................................................................................................
Ports Common Internal Spanning Tree Configuration147................................................................................................................................................................
Common Internal Spanning Tree Port Configuration148................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Groups Configuration149................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Trunk Group Configuration149................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Hash Configuration150................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Configuration151................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Port Configuration152................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Fast General Configuration152................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon History Configuration Table153................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon History Configuration154................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Alarm Configuration Table155................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Alarm Configuration156................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Event Configuration Table157................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Event Configuration158................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interfaces Configuration159................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interface Configuration160................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Static Routes Configuration161................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Static Route Configuration162................................................................................................................................................................
Static Arp Configuration162................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Static Arp Configuration163................................................................................................................................................................
Network Filters Configuration164................................................................................................................................................................
Network Filter Configuration165................................................................................................................................................................
Route Maps Configuration166................................................................................................................................................................
Route Map Configuration167................................................................................................................................................................
Route Map Access List Configuration168................................................................................................................................................................
Route Map Access Path Configuration169................................................................................................................................................................
Default Gateways Configuration170................................................................................................................................................................
Default Gateway Configuration171................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping Configuration172................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Filters Configuration173................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Filter Configuration174................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Filtering Port Configuration174................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Filtering - Port Configuration175................................................................................................................................................................
Static Multicast Router Configuration For Port176................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf General Configuration177................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Md5 Key Configuration178................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Areas Configuration178................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Area Configuration179................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Summary Ranges Configuration180................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Summary Range Configuration180................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Interfaces Configuration181................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Interface Configuration182................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Virtual Links Configuration183................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Virtual Link Configuration183................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Hosts Configuration184................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Host Configuration185................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Route Redistribution Configuration186................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Interfaces Configuration187................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Interface Configuration188................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Route Redistribution Configuration189................................................................................................................................................................
Rip General Configuration190................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Routers Configuration190................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Router Configuration191................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Interfaces Configuration193................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Interface Configuration194................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp General Configuration195................................................................................................................................................................
Domain Name System Configuration196................................................................................................................................................................
Bootstrap Protocol Relay Configuration197................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing General Configuration197................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Priority Cos Configuration198................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Priority Cos Queue Configuration198................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Cos Weight Configuration199................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Cos Queue Configuration199................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Configuration200................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List Configuration202................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Metering Configuration204................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Re-mark Configuration205................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Groups Configuration206................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control Group Configuration206................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Failure Detection Configuration207................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Detection Pair Configuration208................................................................................................................................................................
HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation User Manual

HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation User Manual (196 pages)

Remote Graphics Software 5.3.0 User Guide  
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Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Rgs Configuration12................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1 Typical Rgs Configuration12................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Sender And Receiver13................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2 Rgs Sender And Receiver13................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Features14................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Rgs Features14................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3 Features Of Hp Rgs14................................................................................................................................................................
Tabloid-size15................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Hp Technical Support15................................................................................................................................................................
Software Service Strategy For Non-hp Hardware15................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Computers And Operating Systems18................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-1 Computers And Operating Systems That Support Rgs 5.3.018................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Version Numbering19................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Licensing19................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-2 Rgs Version Numbering19................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Products20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-3 Dialog Generated When The Rgs Sender Is Unlicensed20................................................................................................................................................................
Sender And Receiver Interoperability21................................................................................................................................................................
Application Support21................................................................................................................................................................
Networking Support21................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Topologies21................................................................................................................................................................
The Remote Computer Frame Buffer21................................................................................................................................................................
One-to-one Connection22................................................................................................................................................................
Many-to-one Connection24................................................................................................................................................................
One-to-many Connection24................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing An Rgs Connection Using Standard Login25................................................................................................................................................................
Single Sign-on And Easy Login26................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Operating Modes27................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-monitor Configurations28................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Computer Monitor Blanking Overview29................................................................................................................................................................
Video Overlay Surfaces29................................................................................................................................................................
Image Quality30................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Usb Overview31................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Session Switching31................................................................................................................................................................
Isochronous Usb Support31................................................................................................................................................................
Install-time Configuration Of Remote Usb32................................................................................................................................................................
Unique Smartcard Handling33................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Devices Are Local/remote34................................................................................................................................................................
Computers Supporting Remote Usb35................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Usb Devices35................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Audio Overview35................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Audio On Windows36................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-1 Windows Rgs Audio Data Paths36................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Audio On Linux38................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-2 Linux Rgs Audio Data Paths38................................................................................................................................................................
Support Of Sound Recording Devices On Microsoft Windows Xp Professional40................................................................................................................................................................
Computers And Operating Systems Which Support Rgs Audio41................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Clipboard Overview42................................................................................................................................................................
Interoperability Of Rgs And Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection44................................................................................................................................................................
Using Rgs With Desktop Virtualization44................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Computer Power Saving States45................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Keyboard Locales45................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Security Features46................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Rgs On Windows47................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Receiver On Windows47................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1 Receiver Remote Usb Configuration Dialog48................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2 Remote Clipboard Configuration Dialog48................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Sender On Windows52................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3 Dialog To Enable Or Disable Remote Usb In The Sender52................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Enabling Easy Login63................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Rgs On Linux68................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Receiver On Linux68................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling The Receiver On Linux69................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Audio On The Linux Receiver69................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Sender On Linux71................................................................................................................................................................
Local Computer (receiver) Checklist74................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Computer (sender) Checklist74................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Binding On The Sender76................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Nic Reconfiguration76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-1 Viewing Nics76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-2 Nic Ip Addresses76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-3 Determining The First Nic77................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-4 Advanced Settings Dialog77................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Reconfiguration Using The Nic Binding Properties78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-5 Restarting The Rgs Sender78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-6 Nic Binding Order Numerical Sequence78................................................................................................................................................................
Using Rgs Through A Firewall79................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-7 Rgs Operation Through A Firewall79................................................................................................................................................................
Using Rgs In Normal Mode80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-1 Starting The Receiver On Windows80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-2 Receiver Control Panel81................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-3 Remote Display Window81................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Control Panel82................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Mode82................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-4 Dimming Of The Remote Display Window In Setup Mode83................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-5 Remote Display Window Selection Dialog84................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Display Window Toolbar85................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-6 Remote Display Window Toolbar85................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Computer Monitor Blanking Operation86................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-7 Local Computer Warning Dialog If The Remote Computer Is Unable To Blank Its Monitor86................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-8 Message Dialog86................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Connection Considerations87................................................................................................................................................................
Full-screen Crosshair Cursors87................................................................................................................................................................
Gamma Correction On The Receiver87................................................................................................................................................................
Black Or Blank Connection Session With The Linux Sender87................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Login Methods88................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Login88................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-9 Log In Selection Flowchart88................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Login90................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-11 Easy Login Process90................................................................................................................................................................
Single Sign-on91................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-12 Single Sign-on Process91................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Your Password92................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-13 Dialog Indicating That The Password Must Be Changed92................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-14 Change Password Dialog92................................................................................................................................................................
Collaborating93................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Collaboration Session93................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-15 Multiple Local Users Can View And Interact With The Primary User's Desktop93................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-16 Disabling Of The Local Users' Mice And Keyboards By The Primary User93................................................................................................................................................................
Collaboration Notification Dialog94................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-17 Primary User Dialog To Authorize A Local User To Connect To The Primary User's Desktop94................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-18 Collaboration Notification Dialog Displayed On The Sender And In Each Remote Display Window94................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-19 Windows Sender Gui To Disconnect Non-primary Users95................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-1 Tabs To Access Advanced Rgs Capabilities96................................................................................................................................................................
General Options97................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-2 General Tab Options97................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Audio Operation98................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Audio On The Microsoft Windows Xp Professional Sender98................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-3 Sound And Audio Devices Properties Dialog98................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-4 Microphone Device Selection And Audio Playback Device Selection On The Sender99................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-5 Recording Control Window100................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-6 Example Volume Controls100................................................................................................................................................................
Calibrating Audio On The Microsoft Windows Xp Professional Sender101................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-7 Recording Control Window101................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-8 Volume Control Window101................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-9 Recording Control Window102................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Audio On The Sender103................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-10 Sound And Audio Devices Properties Window103................................................................................................................................................................
Using Audio104................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-11 Audio Controls104................................................................................................................................................................
Potential Audio Issues105................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Usb Operation106................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-12 Usb Configuration During Receiver Installation—usb Devices Are Local Or Remote106................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching A Local Usb Device To A Remote Computer107................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-13 Usb Tab Options107................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-14 Prior To Remote Attachment Of The Usb Drive Key108................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-15 After Remote Attachment Of The Usb Drive Key108................................................................................................................................................................
Auto-remoting Of Usb Devices109................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-16 Dynamically Moving Usb Devices To Another Remote Computer109................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Remote Usb Devices110................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Usb Access Control List111................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Usb Device Information113................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Remote Usb114................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-17 Checkbox To Enable Remote Usb115................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-18 Hp Remote Virtual Usb Driver116................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-19 Enable Installation Of Remote Usb116................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting Network Timeout Settings118................................................................................................................................................................
Network Timeouts118................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-20 Options Available Under The Network Tab118................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-21 Receiver Control Panel119................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-22 Receiver Timeout Sequence120................................................................................................................................................................
Dialog Timeouts123................................................................................................................................................................
Hotkeys124................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-23 The Hotkeys Tab Options124................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Setup Mode Hotkey Sequence125................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Clipboard Operation126................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-24 Enable Remote Clipboard Checkbox126................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Clipboard Data Transfers127................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-25 Transfer Of Data When A Cut And Paste Is Performed From A Remote Display Window To A Local Window127................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-26 Cut And Paste Computer Nomenclature128................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-27 Cutting And Pasting Between Remote And Local Computers128................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Clipboard Filtering129................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Rgs Log To Detect Clipboard Problems130................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-29 Transmission Of The Filter String Property From The Rgs Receiver To The Rgs Sender130................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-30 Transmission Of The Filter String Property From The Rgs Receiver To The Rgs Sender131................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-31 Remote Clipboard Log Entries For Cut And Paste132................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver And Sender Logging133................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Logging133................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-32 Options Available Under The Logging Tab133................................................................................................................................................................
Sender Logging134................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-33 Logsetup File134................................................................................................................................................................
Statistics135................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-34 Options Available Under The Statistics Tab135................................................................................................................................................................
Directory File Format136................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Receiver In Directory Mode137................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-1 Starting The Receiver In Directory Mode137................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-2 The Receiver Control Panel In Directory Mode137................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Remote Display Windows While In Directory Mode138................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-3 Remote Display Window Selection Dialog138................................................................................................................................................................
Property Syntax139................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Property Values In A Configuration File139................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Properties On The Command Line140................................................................................................................................................................
Authenticator Properties140................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Receiver Properties141................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Property Hierarchy141................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-1 Receiver Property Hierarchy141................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Property Groups142................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-2 The Receiver Timeout Error Ismutable Property Is Set To 0144................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-3 The Receiver Timeout Error Property Menu Is Grayed Out144................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver General Properties145................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-4 The Receiver Maintains A List Of The Most Recently Connected Senders145................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-5 Prior To Rgs 5.1.3, Only One Image Update Would Be In-process At Any Time148................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-6 Sequence Chart For The Default Property Value Of 4149................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Browser Properties150................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-7 Pointer Options Tab In The Sender Mouse Properties Dialog150................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Audio Properties151................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Microphone Property151................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Usb Properties151................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Network Properties152................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Hotkey Properties152................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Remote Clipboard Properties153................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Logging Properties154................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Image Codec Properties155................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Placement And Size Properties156................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Sender Properties157................................................................................................................................................................
Sender Property Groups157................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-8 Sender Properties Hierarchy157................................................................................................................................................................
Sender General Properties158................................................................................................................................................................
Sender Microphone Property160................................................................................................................................................................
Sender Network Timeout Properties161................................................................................................................................................................
Sender Usb Access Control List Properties161................................................................................................................................................................
Sender Nic Binding Properties161................................................................................................................................................................
Sender Clipboard Property162................................................................................................................................................................
The Hpremote Log163................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-1 The Hpremote Log163................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-2 Event Properties Window164................................................................................................................................................................
Usages Of The Hpremote Log165................................................................................................................................................................
Sender165................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information On Event Logging166................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-4 Msdn Event Logging Information166................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Connection And User Status167................................................................................................................................................................
Hpremote Log Format167................................................................................................................................................................
Table 10-1 Rgs Sender Events Logged In The Hpremote Log167................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Agent170................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Design Issues173................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Safeguard Features For Windows Systems174................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 10-1 Remote Computer Sender Recovery Options175................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Tuning For All Platforms176................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Tuning For Windows176................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Graphics Performance177................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Your Network For Optimal Performance177................................................................................................................................................................
Potential Rgs Issues And Troubleshooting Suggestions179................................................................................................................................................................
Table 12-1 Potential Rgs Issues And Troubleshooting Suggestions179................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Error Messages180................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-1 Vmware Esx Versions That Support Rgs183................................................................................................................................................................
A-1 Vmware Esx Networking Considerations184................................................................................................................................................................
A-2 Using Rgs With Static Hp Vdi184................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-1 Create A New Virtual Machine184................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-2 Vmware View Versions That Support Rgs184................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-2 Modify The Vmware Esx Configuration (.vmx File)185................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-3 Installing The Rgs Sender On The Virtual Machine187................................................................................................................................................................
A-3 Using Rgs With Dynamic Hp Vdi (based On Vmware View)187................................................................................................................................................................
A-3-1 Create A New Virtual Machine188................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware View Environment188................................................................................................................................................................
A-3-3 Install View Agent On View Master/parent Vm188................................................................................................................................................................
A-3-4 Install The Rgs Receiver And View Client On The Client Computers188................................................................................................................................................................
A-4 Running Rgs Diagnostics189................................................................................................................................................................
A-5 Disabling The Rgs Warning Popup189................................................................................................................................................................
A-6 Rgs Operating Modes Available With Vdi189................................................................................................................................................................
A-7 Using Hp Session Allocation Manager With Hp Vdi189................................................................................................................................................................

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Table of contents
Hp Insight Control Environment Suites1................................................................................................................................................................
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document15................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience15................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents15................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction17................................................................................................................................................................
Overview17................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Systems Insight Manager17................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Control Environment For Bladesystem18................................................................................................................................................................
Key Benefits For Hp Insight Control Environment Suites18................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing19................................................................................................................................................................
Platform Support19................................................................................................................................................................
Component Summary19................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing Hp Insight Control Environment Suites23................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Hp Insight Control Environment Licensing23................................................................................................................................................................
Adding And Applying Licenses To Insight Control Environment23................................................................................................................................................................
Adding And Applying Licenses To Hp Insight Control Environment For Bladesystem Uses Three License Keys24................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing Hp Insight Rapid Deployment Software25................................................................................................................................................................
License Types25................................................................................................................................................................
Applying A License File During A First-time Installation Or Upgrade25................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A License File To An Existing Installation25................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Licenses In An Existing Installation25................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Ilo 2 Advanced License Keys25................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Server Blades From Hp Sim27................................................................................................................................................................
What's New In Hp Bladesystem Integrated Manager 3.5 With Update 127................................................................................................................................................................
Racks And Enclosures27................................................................................................................................................................
Rack And Enclosure Collections27................................................................................................................................................................
System28................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Racks28................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating The System(s) Tab29................................................................................................................................................................
System List Buttons31................................................................................................................................................................
Save A Collection32................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Blade System32................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating The Event Tab32................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Criteria33................................................................................................................................................................
Event Status Legend33................................................................................................................................................................
Event Details33................................................................................................................................................................
Event Collection Columns33................................................................................................................................................................
Selection34................................................................................................................................................................
State34................................................................................................................................................................
Severity34................................................................................................................................................................
Event Type34................................................................................................................................................................
System Name34................................................................................................................................................................
Event Time34................................................................................................................................................................
Assigned To34................................................................................................................................................................
Comments34................................................................................................................................................................
System Type34................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Name34................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Name35................................................................................................................................................................
Event Management Buttons35................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Enclosures35................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing An Enclosure38................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Rack39................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Rack40................................................................................................................................................................
Saving An Onboard Administrator Configuration41................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring An Onboard Administrator Configuration41................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Configuration Script41................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Controlling Servers43................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Insight Power Manager Options43................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ilo Browser Interface44................................................................................................................................................................
Using The System Status Tab44................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Remote Console Tab45................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Virtual Devices Tab46................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Pmp Parameters46................................................................................................................................................................
Default Pmp Settings46................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Rate46................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Samples46................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Pmp Interface46................................................................................................................................................................
Online And Offline Analysis47................................................................................................................................................................
Systems Detail Frame47................................................................................................................................................................
Server Tree Frame47................................................................................................................................................................
Results Frame48................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Analysis48................................................................................................................................................................
Pmp Reports48................................................................................................................................................................
Offline Analysis49................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Log Purge50................................................................................................................................................................
Using Pmp51................................................................................................................................................................
Opening The Hp Sim Console51................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging A Server Bottleneck Condition51................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Server52................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Memory Status52................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Memory Graph53................................................................................................................................................................
Contrasting The Graphical Display53................................................................................................................................................................
Expanding The Local Storage53................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Controller54................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Port54................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Drive55................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Inventory55................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging A Network Storage Bottleneck Condition56................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Storage Status57................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Logical Drive Under Network Storage57................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Array57................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging A Virtual Machine Host And Guest Bottleneck Condition57................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Server (virtual Machine Host)58................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Virtual Machine Host Status58................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Virtual Machine Guests59................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Virtual Machine Guest59................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Virtual Machine Guest Performance59................................................................................................................................................................
Addressing Performance Issues With No Hardware Upgrade Recommendation60................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Static Analysis60................................................................................................................................................................
General Usage60................................................................................................................................................................
Half Duplex Port61................................................................................................................................................................
Unassigned Disks61................................................................................................................................................................
Reduced Scsi Speed62................................................................................................................................................................
Host Bus Balancing62................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Online Analysis62................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Offline Analysis63................................................................................................................................................................
Data Reporting64................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A Static Analysis Report65................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A Sql Queries List65................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A System Summary Report65................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A Csv File Generator Report66................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A Server Availability Report67................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing Integrity And Storage Systems67................................................................................................................................................................
Licensing Virtual Machine Hosts And Virtual Machine Guests67................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Administration68................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Server Monitoring Status68................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Virtual Machine Host And Virtual Machine Guests Logging69................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Parameters70................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Threshold Setting71................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying The Sample Rate71................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Log Days71................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Management Agents From The Control Panel71................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Management Agents From Internet Explorer72................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Performance Thresholds72................................................................................................................................................................
Threshold Values74................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Scripted Installs75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring San-attached Scripted Install75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Image Installs75................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying And Securing Servers75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bladesystem Servers And Image Installs Using The Hp Insight Rapid Deployment Software75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Hp Bladesystem Enclosures76................................................................................................................................................................
Deployment Console Basics76................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Insight Rapid Deployment Software76................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Server Blades77................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying The First Server Blade78................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfiguring The Server Blade78................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Vulnerability And Patch Management Pack (vpm) Overview78................................................................................................................................................................
Vulnerability Scanning And Deploying Patches And Fixes78................................................................................................................................................................
Provided Scan Definitions79................................................................................................................................................................
Scanning For Vulnerabilities79................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing, Modifying, Or Canceling A Scheduled Task80................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Vulnerability Scan Results80................................................................................................................................................................
Vulnerability Scan Results Guidelines80................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Vulnerability Scan Results By Scan Name80................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Vulnerability Scan Results By Scan System80................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing Vulnerability Scan Definitions81................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Scan Results81................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Scan Results By Scan Name81................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Scan Results By System81................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying Patches And Fixes81................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying Patches And Fixes Based On A Vulnerability Scan81................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying Patches Without A Vulnerability Scan83................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Patch Repository84................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Patch Reboot Status84................................................................................................................................................................
Validating Installed Patches86................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Patches86................................................................................................................................................................
Redeploying The Vpm Patch Agent88................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Vulnerability And Patch Management Pack Events89................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Virtual Machine Management Pack91................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Machine Management Pack Interface Overview91................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Machine Host91................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Machine Guest93................................................................................................................................................................
Configured And Unconfigured Virtual Machine Hosts94................................................................................................................................................................
Configured95................................................................................................................................................................
Unconfigured95................................................................................................................................................................
Task Execution Process95................................................................................................................................................................
Using Virtual Machine Management Pack Controls And Tools95................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Or Resuming A Virtual Machine Guest (windows Or Linux)96................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down Or Stopping A Virtual Machine Guest (windows Or Linux)97................................................................................................................................................................
Suspending A Virtual Machine Guest97................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting Or Restarting A Virtual Machine Guest98................................................................................................................................................................
Copying A Virtual Machine Guest (windows Or Linux)98................................................................................................................................................................
Suse Linux Scenario99................................................................................................................................................................
Moving A Virtual Machine Guest (windows Or Linux)99................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Virtual Machine Guest Template101................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying A Virtual Machine Guest Template102................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Virtual Machine Guest Backup102................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring A Virtual Machine Guest Backup103................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Most Recent Virtual Machine Guest Backup104................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering Virtual Machines Of A Failed Host On A Vmware Esx Server Or Hp Integrated Citrix Xenserver104................................................................................................................................................................
Setting An Alternate Virtual Machine Host On A Vmware Esx Server Or Hp Integrated Citrix Xenserver104................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Alternate Virtual Machine Host On A Vmware Esx Server Or Hp Integrated Citrix Xenserver105................................................................................................................................................................
Launching Vnc105................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting The Vmm Agent105................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Or Removing The Performance Threshold105................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Virtual Machine Hosts106................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Virtual Machine Hosts Using The Command Line Interface106................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Virtual Machine Hosts For Linux Cms106................................................................................................................................................................
Launching Remote Access107................................................................................................................................................................
Launching Remote Console107................................................................................................................................................................
For Vmware Esx Server 2.5.x108................................................................................................................................................................
For Vmware Server108................................................................................................................................................................
Launching Remote Desktop108................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Hp Sim Certificate On The Virtual Machine Management Service108................................................................................................................................................................
Unregistering Virtual Machine Hosts108................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Xapi Port For Hp Integrated Citrix Xenserver108................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Wmi Mapper Proxy Server Settings For Hyper-v109................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Polling Frequency For Virtual Machine Status Checks109................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Prefailure Events109................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Automatic Prefailure Events109................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisites110................................................................................................................................................................
Server110................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Automatic Prefailure Events Using The Set Alternate Host Feature111................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Semi-automatic Events Using The Set Alternate Host Feature111................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Automatic Prefailure Events Using Citrix Xenserver Resource Pool With Ha Enabled111................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Automatic Prefailure Events Using Citrix Xenserver Resource Pool With Ha Disabled112................................................................................................................................................................
Prefailure Event List112................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant System And Environmental Events112................................................................................................................................................................
Proliant Storage Events112................................................................................................................................................................
Failed Host Recovery114................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Recovery Feature114................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Criticalvmhost Collection115................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Alternate Virtual Machine Host115................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling The Recovery Of Virtual Machines Of Failed Hosts115................................................................................................................................................................
Launching Scvmm117................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Virtual Server Host System117................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Virtual Server Guest System118................................................................................................................................................................
Launching Vc118................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Esx Server Host System118................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Esx Server Guest System118................................................................................................................................................................
Virtualcenter Information119................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Virtual Machine Management Pack On A Microsoft Cluster Server120................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Virtual Machine Management Pack On An Hp Integrated Citrix Xenserver Resource Pool120................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations On Vmm-enabled And Ha-enabled Resource Pool120................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Virtual Machine Management Pack For Hyper-v Hosts Microsoft Failover Cluster120................................................................................................................................................................
Multisystem Aware Tools Available121................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Information121................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Virtual Machine Host Performance Information121................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Machine Host Performance121................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Machine Performance122................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Virtual Machine Guest Performance123................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Allocation123................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Color Codes124................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Machine Management Pack Infrastructure124................................................................................................................................................................
Reporting125................................................................................................................................................................
Reporting In Hp Sim125................................................................................................................................................................
Software Inventory Details126................................................................................................................................................................
Printing Reports126................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Pmp Csv File126................................................................................................................................................................
Pmp Measurement Categories127................................................................................................................................................................
Servers127................................................................................................................................................................
Servers With Msvs Or Vmware Gsx (vm Host)127................................................................................................................................................................
Servers With Vmware Esx (vm Host)128................................................................................................................................................................
Vm Guest128................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Controllers128................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Logical Drives129................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Physical Arrays129................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Buses Attached To Smart Array Controllers129................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters129................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Enclosures129................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Adapters130................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Buses Attached To Scsi Adapters130................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Drives Attached To Scsi Adapters130................................................................................................................................................................
Ide Controllers130................................................................................................................................................................
Network Adapters130................................................................................................................................................................
Host Buses131................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Pmp System Summary Report131................................................................................................................................................................
System Summary Report For A Server Or Msvs/vmware Gsx Host131................................................................................................................................................................
System Summary Report For A Vmware Esx Host132................................................................................................................................................................
System Summary Report For A Vm Guest133................................................................................................................................................................
Overall Pmp Performance134................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Pmp Static Analysis Report135................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Pmp Server Availability Report135................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Patch Installation Status135................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Patch Installation Status By Patch136................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Patch Installation Status By Search Filter136................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Patch Installation Status By System136................................................................................................................................................................
General Installation Issues137................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting137................................................................................................................................................................
General Troubleshooting137................................................................................................................................................................
Asp.net 1.1 Installation Error139................................................................................................................................................................
Iis Error Message Appears During Installation139................................................................................................................................................................
Applying And Assigning Hp Insight Software Suite Licenses From Hp Sim License Manager140................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Software Licensing Menus Do Not Appear140................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Environment Functionality With Insight Software Advisor140................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Software Installation Does Not Accept Username, But Password Is Already Accepted By Hp Sim140................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Passwords140................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hp Insight Software141................................................................................................................................................................
Vpm Installation And Configuration142................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Vpm Installation Logs142................................................................................................................................................................
Vpm Installation Updates Mdac And Msde142................................................................................................................................................................
An Error Occurs When Installing Msde Files From A Remote Desktop Session142................................................................................................................................................................
Stat Scanner Wsi Requires Iwam And Iusr" Error Occurs During Vpm Installation142................................................................................................................................................................
Vulnerability And Patch Management Pack Troubleshooting142................................................................................................................................................................
As An Installed Service (0x424)" Message143................................................................................................................................................................
Vpm Installation Fails143................................................................................................................................................................
Cannot Modify Vpm Acquisition Settings To Acquire Updates From A Local Repository143................................................................................................................................................................
Required Open Ports143................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Firewall Configuration Settings144................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Dns Server144................................................................................................................................................................
All Target Systems Do Not Have The Same Administrator Credentials145................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Vpm Servers145................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Credentials Have Been Changed145................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Vulnerability And Patch Management145................................................................................................................................................................
Remaining Vpm Files146................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling Vpm146................................................................................................................................................................
Vulnerability Scans146................................................................................................................................................................
Vulnerability And Patch Management Cannot Access Target Systems146................................................................................................................................................................
Windows147................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Xp147................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Target Systems147................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Reports Cannot Be Viewed147................................................................................................................................................................
A Scan Was Submitted But Never Started147................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Results Are Inaccurate Because Of Overlapping Tasks147................................................................................................................................................................
Current Patch Information Is Not Displayed In Scan Reports148................................................................................................................................................................
Patches And Configuration Fixes148................................................................................................................................................................
Vpm Patch Agent Installation Fails148................................................................................................................................................................
A Patch Acquisition Was Started, But No Patches Are Seen148................................................................................................................................................................
Http 300 Errors Received During Patch Acquisition149................................................................................................................................................................
Patches Appear In A Scan Report But Are Not Successfully Deployed149................................................................................................................................................................
Check For Missing Patches149................................................................................................................................................................
Validating Vpm Patch Agent Installation149................................................................................................................................................................
Reports149................................................................................................................................................................
Patches Needed150................................................................................................................................................................
Patch Source For Vendor Patches Is Microsoft Or Red Hat150................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Events Listed In Hp Sim For Patch Deployments150................................................................................................................................................................
Stat Scanner Update Error Listed In The Hp Sim Event Log150................................................................................................................................................................
Radia Internal Error Listed In The Hp Sim Event Log150................................................................................................................................................................
Abuse Of Service" Error Occurs When Attempting To Acquire Red Hat Patches150................................................................................................................................................................
Validate Installed Patches Event Does Not Complete150................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Integration150................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support151................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Software Technical Support And Update Service151................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Installation And Startup Service For Bladesystem Integrated Manager Infrastructure151................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information152................................................................................................................................................................
A Hp Performance Management Pack Measurement Parameter Matrix153................................................................................................................................................................
Static Analysis153................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Disk Array153................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Disk Array Status153................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Disk Array Inventory153................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Disk154................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Disk Status154................................................................................................................................................................
Ata Disk Inventory154................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Array154................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Array Status154................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Array Inventory154................................................................................................................................................................
External Storage Enclosure154................................................................................................................................................................
External Storage Enclosure Status155................................................................................................................................................................
External Storage Enclosure Inventory155................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter155................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter Status155................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter Inventory155................................................................................................................................................................
Host Buses Status156................................................................................................................................................................
Host Buses Inventory156................................................................................................................................................................
Ide Channel156................................................................................................................................................................
Ide Channel Status156................................................................................................................................................................
Ide Channel Inventory156................................................................................................................................................................
Ide Controller156................................................................................................................................................................
Ide Controller Status156................................................................................................................................................................
Ide Controller Inventory156................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive156................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive Status157................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Drive Inventory157................................................................................................................................................................
Memory157................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Status157................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Inventory158................................................................................................................................................................
Network Adapter158................................................................................................................................................................
Network Adapter Status158................................................................................................................................................................
Network Adapter Inventory158................................................................................................................................................................
Network Connections158................................................................................................................................................................
Network Connections Status158................................................................................................................................................................
Network Connection Inventory158................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port158................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port Status159................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port Inventory159................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Array159................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Array Status159................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Array Inventory159................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Controller159................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Controller Status160................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Controller Inventory160................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Enclosure160................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Enclosure Status160................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Enclosure Inventory160................................................................................................................................................................
Network Storage Logical Drives160................................................................................................................................................................
Network Share Status160................................................................................................................................................................
Network Share Inventory161................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Bus Status161................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Bus Inventory161................................................................................................................................................................
Processors161................................................................................................................................................................
Processors Status161................................................................................................................................................................
Processors Inventory162................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Adapter162................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Adapter Status162................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Adapter Inventorycontroller Configuration162................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Storage Enclosure162................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Storage Enclosure Status163................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Storage Enclosure Inventory163................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Drive163................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Drive Status163................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Drive Inventory164................................................................................................................................................................
Server Metrics164................................................................................................................................................................
Server Status164................................................................................................................................................................
Server Inventory164................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Controller164................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Controller Status165................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Controller Inventory165................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Scsi Drive165................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Array Scsi Drive Status165................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Scsi Drive Inventory165................................................................................................................................................................
Sata Drives166................................................................................................................................................................
Sata Drive Status166................................................................................................................................................................
Sata Drive Inventory166................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Drives166................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Drive Status166................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Drive Inventory167................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Components167................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Status167................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Inventory167................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Vpm Functionality169................................................................................................................................................................
Infrastructure169................................................................................................................................................................
Vpm Hardware Requirements170................................................................................................................................................................
Vpm Software Requirements170................................................................................................................................................................
Vpm Acquisition Utility Requirements (optional)171................................................................................................................................................................
Target Systems171................................................................................................................................................................
Provided Scans171................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Vpm Credentials Using The Change Vpm Credentials Utility172................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up And Restoring The Vulnerability And Patch Management172................................................................................................................................................................
Component Backup173................................................................................................................................................................
Component Restoration173................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling Vulnerability And Patch Management To A New Host173................................................................................................................................................................
Vulnerability And Patch Management Events173................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Events173................................................................................................................................................................
Patch And Fix Events174................................................................................................................................................................
Acquisition Events175................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Events175................................................................................................................................................................
HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Command Reference Manual

HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Command Reference Manual (175 pages)

HP GbE2c Ethernet Blade Switch for c-Class BladeSystem Command Reference Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 1.32 MB
Table of contents
Command Reference Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction9................................................................................................................................................................
Additional References9................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Switch9................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing A Console Connection9................................................................................................................................................................
Setting An Ip Address10................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing A Telnet Connection10................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing An Ssh Connection10................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Switch11................................................................................................................................................................
Idle Timeout12................................................................................................................................................................
Typographical Conventions13................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu14................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Summary14................................................................................................................................................................
Global Commands15................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line History And Editing16................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface Shortcuts17................................................................................................................................................................
Command Stacking17................................................................................................................................................................
Command Abbreviation17................................................................................................................................................................
Tab Completion17................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Simple Network Management Protocol Support18................................................................................................................................................................
First-time Configuration18................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Passwords19................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Default Administrator Password19................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Default User Password20................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Default Operator Password21................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Overview22................................................................................................................................................................
System Information Menu23................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Information Menu23................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Usm User Table Information24................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 View Table Information25................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Access Table Information25................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Group Table Information26................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Community Table Information26................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Target Address Table Information27................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Target Parameters Table Information27................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Notify Table Information28................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Dump29................................................................................................................................................................
System Information30................................................................................................................................................................
Show Last 100 Syslog Messages31................................................................................................................................................................
System User Information31................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Information32................................................................................................................................................................
Fdb Information Menu33................................................................................................................................................................
Show All Fdb Information34................................................................................................................................................................
Link Aggregation Control Protocol Information34................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Dump35................................................................................................................................................................
X Information36................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Information37................................................................................................................................................................
Rapid Spanning Tree And Multiple Spanning Tree Information39................................................................................................................................................................
Common Internal Spanning Tree Information41................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Information42................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Information43................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 General Information43................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Information43................................................................................................................................................................
Route Information44................................................................................................................................................................
Show All Ip Route Information45................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Information46................................................................................................................................................................
Show All Arp Entry Information46................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Address List Information46................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Information47................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf General Information48................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Interface Information48................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Database Information Menu48................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Route Codes Information50................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Information Protocol Information50................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Routes Information50................................................................................................................................................................
Rip User Configuration51................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Multicast Group Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Multicast Router Port Information52................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Information52................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Information53................................................................................................................................................................
P Information53................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Information54................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Information Menu54................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon History Information55................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Alarm Information56................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Event Information56................................................................................................................................................................
Link Status Information57................................................................................................................................................................
Port Information58................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Port To Gea Port Mapping59................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Failure Detection Information59................................................................................................................................................................
Information Dump60................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Information61................................................................................................................................................................
Port Statistics Menu62................................................................................................................................................................
X Statistics63................................................................................................................................................................
Bridging Statistics64................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Statistics65................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Statistics67................................................................................................................................................................
Internet Protocol (ip) Statistics68................................................................................................................................................................
Link Statistics68................................................................................................................................................................
Port Rmon Statistics69................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Statistics70................................................................................................................................................................
Fdb Statistics70................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Statistics71................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Statistics71................................................................................................................................................................
Gea Layer 3 Statistics Menu72................................................................................................................................................................
Gea Layer 3 Statistics72................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Statistics72................................................................................................................................................................
Route Statistics73................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Statistics73................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Statistics74................................................................................................................................................................
Icmp Statistics74................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp Statistics75................................................................................................................................................................
Udp Statistics76................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Multicast Group Statistics77................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Statistics Menu77................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Global Statistics78................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Statistics80................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Statistics81................................................................................................................................................................
Management Processor Statistics81................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Statistics81................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Statistics83................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List (acl) Statistics Menu83................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Statistics83................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Statistics84................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp Statistics86................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Failure Detection Statistics87................................................................................................................................................................
Statistics Dump87................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Menu Introduction88................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing, Applying, Reverting, And Saving Changes89................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Pending Changes89................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Pending Changes89................................................................................................................................................................
Reverting Changes89................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration89................................................................................................................................................................
Reminders90................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration90................................................................................................................................................................
System Host Log Configuration91................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Shell Server Configuration92................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Server Configuration93................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs+ Server Configuration94................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp Server Configuration96................................................................................................................................................................
System Snmp Configuration96................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Configuration97................................................................................................................................................................
User Security Model Configuration98................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 View Configuration99................................................................................................................................................................
View-based Access Control Model Configuration100................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Group Configuration100................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Community Table Configuration101................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Target Address Table Configuration102................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Target Parameters Table Configuration102................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Notify Table Configuration103................................................................................................................................................................
System Access Configuration104................................................................................................................................................................
Management Networks Configuration104................................................................................................................................................................
User Access Control Configuration105................................................................................................................................................................
User Id Configuration105................................................................................................................................................................
Https Access Configuration106................................................................................................................................................................
Port Configuration106................................................................................................................................................................
Temporarily Disabling A Port108................................................................................................................................................................
Port Link Configuration108................................................................................................................................................................
Port Acl/qos Configuration109................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Configuration109................................................................................................................................................................
X Configuration109................................................................................................................................................................
X Global Configuration110................................................................................................................................................................
X Port Configuration111................................................................................................................................................................
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol / Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol Configuration112................................................................................................................................................................
Common Internal Spanning Tree Configuration113................................................................................................................................................................
Cist Bridge Configuration114................................................................................................................................................................
Cist Port Configuration114................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Configuration115................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Spanning Tree Configuration116................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Port Configuration117................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Database Configuration118................................................................................................................................................................
Static Fdb Configuration118................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Configuration119................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Trunk Hash Configuration120................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Ip Trunk Hash Configuration120................................................................................................................................................................
Link Aggregation Control Protocol Configuration120................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Port Configuration121................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Configuration121................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Configuration122................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interface Configuration123................................................................................................................................................................
Default Gateway Configuration124................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Static Route Configuration124................................................................................................................................................................
Address Resolution Protocol Configuration125................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Forwarding Configuration125................................................................................................................................................................
Network Filter Configuration125................................................................................................................................................................
Route Map Configuration126................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Access List Configuration127................................................................................................................................................................
Autonomous System Path Configuration127................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Information Protocol Configuration128................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Interface Configuration129................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Route Redistribution Configuration130................................................................................................................................................................
Open Shortest Path First Configuration130................................................................................................................................................................
Osfp Area Index Configuration131................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Summary Range Configuration132................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Interface Configuration133................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Virtual Link Configuration134................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Host Entry Configuration135................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Route Redistribution Configuration135................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Md5 Key Configuration136................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Configuration136................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping Configuration137................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Static Multicast Router Configuration138................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Filtering Configuration138................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Filter Definition139................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Filtering Port Configuration139................................................................................................................................................................
Domain Name System Configuration140................................................................................................................................................................
Bootstrap Protocol Relay Configuration140................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol Configuration141................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Virtual Router Configuration141................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Virtual Router Priority Tracking Configuration143................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Virtual Router Group Configuration143................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Virtual Router Group Priority Tracking Configuration144................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Interface Configuration145................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Tracking Configuration145................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service Configuration146................................................................................................................................................................
Qos 802.1p Configuration146................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control Configuration146................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List Configuration147................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Ethernet Filter Configuration148................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Ip Version 4 Filter Configuration148................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Tcp/udp Filter Configuration149................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Meter Configuration150................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Re-mark Configuration150................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Re-mark In-profile Configuration151................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Re-mark In-profile Update User Priority Configuration151................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Re-mark Out-of-profile Configuration151................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Packet Format Configuration152................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Group Configuration152................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Monitoring Configuration152................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon History Configuration153................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Event Configuration154................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Alarm Configuration154................................................................................................................................................................
Port Mirroring155................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Port Mirroring156................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Failure Detection Configuration156................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Detection Pair Configuration157................................................................................................................................................................
Link To Monitor Configuration157................................................................................................................................................................
Link To Disable Configuration158................................................................................................................................................................
Dump158................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Active Switch Configuration158................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Active Switch Configuration159................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Menu Introduction160................................................................................................................................................................
Operations-level Port Options160................................................................................................................................................................
Operations-level Port 802.1x Options161................................................................................................................................................................
Operations-level Vrrp Options161................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Switch Software Image162................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Options Menu162................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading New Software To The Switch162................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Software Image To Run163................................................................................................................................................................
Uploading A Software Image From The Switch164................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Configuration Block164................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The Switch165................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Iscli165................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance Menu Introduction166................................................................................................................................................................
System Maintenance Options167................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Database Options167................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging Options168................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Cache Options168................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Route Manipulation Options169................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Multicast Group Options169................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping Options170................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Mrouter Options170................................................................................................................................................................
Uuencode Flash Dump171................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp/tftp System Dump Put171................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Dump Information171................................................................................................................................................................
Panic Command172................................................................................................................................................................
Unscheduled System Dumps172................................................................................................................................................................
HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Application Manual

HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Application Manual (165 pages)

Ethernet Blade Switch for c-Class BladeSystem  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 7.93 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction8................................................................................................................................................................
Additional References8................................................................................................................................................................
Typographical Conventions9................................................................................................................................................................
Management Network9................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Through The Console Port10................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Through Telnet10................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Through Secure Shell10................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Command Line Interfaces10................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ip Interface11................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Browser-based Interface11................................................................................................................................................................
Using Simple Network Management Protocol12................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp V1.012................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp V3.012................................................................................................................................................................
Default Configuration12................................................................................................................................................................
User Configuration13................................................................................................................................................................
View Based Configurations14................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp Trap Hosts15................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv1 Trap Host15................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv2 Trap Host Configuration16................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Trap Host Configuration16................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Access To The Switch17................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Allowable Source Ip Address Ranges17................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Authentication And Authorization18................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Authentication Features20................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs+ Authentication21................................................................................................................................................................
How Tacacs+ Authentication Works22................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs+ Authentication Features22................................................................................................................................................................
Authorization22................................................................................................................................................................
Accounting23................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ Authentication On The Switch (cli Example)23................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ Authentication On The Switch (bbi Example)24................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Shell And Secure Copy25................................................................................................................................................................
Using Ssh And Scp Client Commands27................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh And Scp Encryption Of Management Messages28................................................................................................................................................................
Generating Rsa Host And Server Keys For Ssh Access28................................................................................................................................................................
User Access Control29................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up User Ids29................................................................................................................................................................
Ports On The Switch30................................................................................................................................................................
Port Trunk Groups31................................................................................................................................................................
Statistical Load Distribution31................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Fault Tolerance31................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Configure Trunks31................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Configuration Rules31................................................................................................................................................................
Port Trunking Example32................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Trunk Groups (cli Example)33................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Trunk Groups (bbi Example)34................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Trunk Hash Algorithm36................................................................................................................................................................
Link Aggregation Control Protocol37................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Lacp38................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Network Access And Traffic Control Port-based Network Access Control39................................................................................................................................................................
Extensible Authentication Protocol Over Lan39................................................................................................................................................................
X Authentication Process39................................................................................................................................................................
Eapol Message Exchange40................................................................................................................................................................
X Port States41................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Radius Attributes41................................................................................................................................................................
Eapol Configuration Guidelines42................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Traffic Control42................................................................................................................................................................
Vlans Introduction43................................................................................................................................................................
Overview43................................................................................................................................................................
Vlans And Port Vlan Id Numbers43................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Numbers43................................................................................................................................................................
Pvid Numbers43................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Configuring Pvids44................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Tagging44................................................................................................................................................................
Vlans And Ip Interfaces47................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Topologies And Design Considerations47................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Configuration Rules47................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Vlans With Tagging47................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Example Network49................................................................................................................................................................
Fdb Static Entries54................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking Support For Fdb Static Entries54................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Static Fdb Entry54................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Protocol Data Units55................................................................................................................................................................
Determining The Path For Forwarding Bpdus55................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Group Configuration Guidelines56................................................................................................................................................................
Default Spanning Tree Configuration56................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Vlan To A Spanning Tree Group56................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Vlan56................................................................................................................................................................
Rules For Vlan Tagged Ports56................................................................................................................................................................
Adding And Removing Ports From Stgs57................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Cost To Ports And Trunk Groups57................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Spanning Trees57................................................................................................................................................................
Why Do We Need Multiple Spanning Trees57................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Participation In Spanning Tree Groups58................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multiple Spanning Tree Groups58................................................................................................................................................................
Port Fast Forwarding60................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Fast Forwarding61................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Uplink Convergence61................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Guidelines61................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Fast Uplink Convergence61................................................................................................................................................................
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol62................................................................................................................................................................
Port State Changes62................................................................................................................................................................
Port Type And Link Type62................................................................................................................................................................
Rstp Configuration Guidelines63................................................................................................................................................................
Rstp Configuration Example63................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol65................................................................................................................................................................
Mstp Region65................................................................................................................................................................
Common Internal Spanning Tree65................................................................................................................................................................
Mstp Configuration Guidelines65................................................................................................................................................................
Mstp Configuration Example65................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service Introduction70................................................................................................................................................................
Using Acl Filters71................................................................................................................................................................
Summary Of Packet Classifiers71................................................................................................................................................................
Summary Of Acl Actions72................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Acl Precedence72................................................................................................................................................................
Using Acl Groups74................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Metering And Re-marking74................................................................................................................................................................
Metering74................................................................................................................................................................
Re-marking75................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Acl Statistics75................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Configuration Examples75................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Access Control Lists (cli Example)75................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Access Control Lists And Groups (bbi Example 1)76................................................................................................................................................................
Using Dscp Values To Provide Qos80................................................................................................................................................................
Differentiated Services Concepts80................................................................................................................................................................
Per Hop Behavior80................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Levels81................................................................................................................................................................
Using 802.1p Priorities To Provide Qos81................................................................................................................................................................
P Configuration (cli Example)82................................................................................................................................................................
P Configuration (bbi Example)83................................................................................................................................................................
Queuing And Scheduling86................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Benefits87................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Between Ip Subnets87................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Subnet Routing89................................................................................................................................................................
Using Vlans To Segregate Broadcast Domains91................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol92................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Relay Agent92................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Relay Agent Configuration93................................................................................................................................................................
Stability94................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Updates94................................................................................................................................................................
Ripv194................................................................................................................................................................
Ripv294................................................................................................................................................................
Ripv2 In Ripv1 Compatibility Mode95................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Features95................................................................................................................................................................
Poison95................................................................................................................................................................
Triggered Updates95................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast95................................................................................................................................................................
Default95................................................................................................................................................................
Metric95................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication95................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Configuration Example96................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping Introduction97................................................................................................................................................................
Fastleave97................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Filtering98................................................................................................................................................................
Static Multicast Router98................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping Configuration Example98................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Overview107................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Ospf Areas107................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Ospf Routing Devices108................................................................................................................................................................
Neighbors And Adjacencies109................................................................................................................................................................
Link-state Database109................................................................................................................................................................
Shortest Path First Tree109................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Versus External Routing109................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Implementation In Gbe2c Software110................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Parameters110................................................................................................................................................................
Defining Areas110................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning The Area Index111................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Area Id To Assign The Ospf Area Number111................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching An Area To A Network111................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Cost112................................................................................................................................................................
Electing The Designated Router And Backup112................................................................................................................................................................
Summarizing Routes112................................................................................................................................................................
Default Routes112................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Links113................................................................................................................................................................
Router Id114................................................................................................................................................................
Host Routes For Load Balancing115................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Features Not Supported In This Release116................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Configuration Examples116................................................................................................................................................................
Example 1: Simple Ospf Domain (cli Example)116................................................................................................................................................................
Example 2: Virtual Links124................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ospf For A Virtual Link On Switch B126................................................................................................................................................................
Example 3: Summarizing Routes127................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Ospf Configuration128................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Monitoring Introduction129................................................................................................................................................................
History Mib Objects132................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Mib Objects134................................................................................................................................................................
High Availability Introduction140................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Failure Detection140................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Detection Pair141................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Protocol With Ufd141................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Uplink Failure Detection141................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Uplink Failure Detection142................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Overview145................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Components145................................................................................................................................................................
Vrrp Operation146................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Master Vrrp Router146................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Methods146................................................................................................................................................................
Active-active Redundancy147................................................................................................................................................................
Gbe2c Extensions To Vrrp147................................................................................................................................................................
Tracking Vrrp Router Priority147................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Router Deployment Considerations147................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Vrrp Virtual Router Id148................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch For Tracking148................................................................................................................................................................
High Availability Configurations148................................................................................................................................................................
Active-active Configuration148................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Tools Introduction159................................................................................................................................................................
Port Mirroring159................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Mirroring (cli Example)160................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Mirroring (bbi Example)161................................................................................................................................................................
Other Network Troubleshooting Techniques162................................................................................................................................................................
Console And Syslog Messages162................................................................................................................................................................
Ping162................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Route163................................................................................................................................................................
Statistics And State Information163................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Support Tools163................................................................................................................................................................
HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation User Manual

HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation User Manual (155 pages)

Remote Graphics Software 4.2.0 User Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 3.73 MB
Table of contents
Copyrights And Trademarks3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Welcome To Hp Remote Graphics Software9................................................................................................................................................................
About Remote Graphics Software11................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Remote Graphics Software11................................................................................................................................................................
Features12................................................................................................................................................................
Security Features15................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements17................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started With Remote Graphics Software21................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Receiver21................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Sender24................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Unattended Installers30................................................................................................................................................................
Installing & Enabling Remote Audio31................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Enabling Single Sign-on40................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Enabling Easy Login43................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Enterprise Service Sdk47................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Opengl Applications48................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Direct3d Applications On Windows50................................................................................................................................................................
Using Remote Graphics Software51................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Receiver51................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Mode66................................................................................................................................................................
Directory Mode67................................................................................................................................................................
Enterprise Service Mode70................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Sender72................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Options79................................................................................................................................................................
Properties82................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Properties On The Command Line83................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Receiver Properties83................................................................................................................................................................
Rgs Sender Properties89................................................................................................................................................................
How To Collaborate91................................................................................................................................................................
Using Single Sign-on93................................................................................................................................................................
Using Easy Login95................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Application Termination On Windows99................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Design Issues109................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Safeguard Features For Windows Systems111................................................................................................................................................................
Using Timeouts114................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Graphics And Microsoft Remote Desktop Interaction121................................................................................................................................................................
Optimizing Performance122................................................................................................................................................................
Utilities124................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting127................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Usage And Performance127................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Remote Usb132................................................................................................................................................................
Known Issues And Limitations137................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages146................................................................................................................................................................
License And Support151................................................................................................................................................................
End-user License Agreement151................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp155................................................................................................................................................................
HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation User Manual

HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation User Manual (143 pages)

HP BladeSystem Onboard Administrator Command Line Interface User Guide Version 2.60  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.81 MB
Table of contents
Command Line Interface1................................................................................................................................................................
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Command Line Interface9................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Access To The Onboard Administrator9................................................................................................................................................................
Local Access To The Onboard Administrator9................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line11................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Conventions11................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Integrity Server Blade Restrictions12................................................................................................................................................................
Access Level And Privileges12................................................................................................................................................................
Account Authentication14................................................................................................................................................................
Autologin To Ilo 215................................................................................................................................................................
General Commands16................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Screen16................................................................................................................................................................
Exit16................................................................................................................................................................
Help16................................................................................................................................................................
Logout17................................................................................................................................................................
Quit17................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Commands18................................................................................................................................................................
Set Rack Name18................................................................................................................................................................
Show Rack Name18................................................................................................................................................................
Show Topology18................................................................................................................................................................
User Account Commands20................................................................................................................................................................
Add User20................................................................................................................................................................
Assign20................................................................................................................................................................
Assign Oa21................................................................................................................................................................
Disable User21................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Strong Passwords21................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Strong Passwords21................................................................................................................................................................
Enable User22................................................................................................................................................................
History22................................................................................................................................................................
Remove User22................................................................................................................................................................
Set Minimum Password Length23................................................................................................................................................................
Set Password23................................................................................................................................................................
Set Session Timeout23................................................................................................................................................................
Set User Access24................................................................................................................................................................
Set User Contact24................................................................................................................................................................
Set User Fullname24................................................................................................................................................................
Set User Password25................................................................................................................................................................
Show Password Settings25................................................................................................................................................................
Show Session Timeout26................................................................................................................................................................
Show User26................................................................................................................................................................
Sleep27................................................................................................................................................................
Unassign27................................................................................................................................................................
Unassign Oa27................................................................................................................................................................
Two-factor Authentication Commands28................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Crl28................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Twofactor28................................................................................................................................................................
Download Ca Certificate28................................................................................................................................................................
Download User Certificate29................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Ca Certificate29................................................................................................................................................................
Remove User Certificate29................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ca Certificates29................................................................................................................................................................
Show Twofactor Info30................................................................................................................................................................
Directory Commands31................................................................................................................................................................
Add Ldap Certificate31................................................................................................................................................................
Add Ldap Group31................................................................................................................................................................
Assign For Ldap31................................................................................................................................................................
Assign Oa Ldap Group32................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Ldap32................................................................................................................................................................
Download Ldap Certificate32................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Ldap33................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Ldap Certificate33................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Ldap Group33................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ldap Group Access34................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ldap Group Description34................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ldap Name Map34................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ldap Port35................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ldap Search35................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ldap Server35................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ldap Certificate35................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ldap Group36................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ldap Info36................................................................................................................................................................
Test Ldap37................................................................................................................................................................
Unassign For Ldap37................................................................................................................................................................
Unassign Oa Ldap Group37................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Sim Commands39................................................................................................................................................................
Add Hpsim Certificate39................................................................................................................................................................
Download Hpsim Certificate39................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Hpsim Certificate39................................................................................................................................................................
Set Hpsim Trust Mode40................................................................................................................................................................
Show Hpsim Info40................................................................................................................................................................
General Management Commands41................................................................................................................................................................
Download Oa Certificate41................................................................................................................................................................
Force Takeover41................................................................................................................................................................
Generate Certificate41................................................................................................................................................................
Generate Certificate Prompts42................................................................................................................................................................
Ping43................................................................................................................................................................
Set Device Serial_number Blade44................................................................................................................................................................
Set Factory44................................................................................................................................................................
Set Script Mode44................................................................................................................................................................
Show All45................................................................................................................................................................
Show Device Serial_number Blade48................................................................................................................................................................
Show Interconnect Sessions48................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Bay Ip Addressing Commands49................................................................................................................................................................
Add Ebipa49................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Ebipa49................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Ebipa49................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Ebipa50................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ebipa50................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ebipa51................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Network Configuration Commands53................................................................................................................................................................
Add Snmp Trapreceiver53................................................................................................................................................................
Add Sshkey53................................................................................................................................................................
Add Trusted Host54................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Ntp54................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Sshkey54................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Vcmode55................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Alertmail55................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Enclosure_ip_mode55................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Https56................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Ntp56................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Securesh56................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Snmp57................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Telnet57................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Trusted Host57................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Xmlreply58................................................................................................................................................................
Download Config58................................................................................................................................................................
Download Sshkey58................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Alertmail59................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Enclosure_ip_mode59................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Https59................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Ntp59................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Securesh60................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Snmp60................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Telnet60................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Trusted Host61................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Xmlreply61................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Oa Dns61................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Snmp Trapreceiver61................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Trusted Host62................................................................................................................................................................
Set Alertmail Mailbox62................................................................................................................................................................
Set Alertmail Senderdomain62................................................................................................................................................................
Set Alertmail Smtpserver63................................................................................................................................................................
Set Oa Gateway63................................................................................................................................................................
Set Oa Name63................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ipconfig64................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ntp Poll64................................................................................................................................................................
Set Oa Uid64................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ntp Primary65................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ntp Secondary65................................................................................................................................................................
Set Snmp Contact65................................................................................................................................................................
Set Snmp Community66................................................................................................................................................................
Set Snmp Location66................................................................................................................................................................
Show Network66................................................................................................................................................................
Show Snmp67................................................................................................................................................................
Show Sshfingerprint68................................................................................................................................................................
Show Sshkey68................................................................................................................................................................
Test Alertmail69................................................................................................................................................................
Test Snmp69................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Management Commands70................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Syslog70................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Gui_login_detail70................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Llf70................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Gui_login_detail71................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Llf71................................................................................................................................................................
Restart Oa71................................................................................................................................................................
Set Date71................................................................................................................................................................
Set Display Events72................................................................................................................................................................
Set Enclosure Asset72................................................................................................................................................................
Set Enclosure Name73................................................................................................................................................................
Set Enclosure Part_ Number73................................................................................................................................................................
Set Enclosure Pdu_type73................................................................................................................................................................
Set Enclosure Serial_number74................................................................................................................................................................
Set Enclosure Uid74................................................................................................................................................................
Set Llf Interval74................................................................................................................................................................
Set Power Mode75................................................................................................................................................................
Set Power Limit75................................................................................................................................................................
Set Oa Usb75................................................................................................................................................................
Set Power Savings76................................................................................................................................................................
Set Timezone76................................................................................................................................................................
Show Config76................................................................................................................................................................
Show Date79................................................................................................................................................................
Show Display Events80................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure Fan80................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure Info81................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure Lcd81................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure Powersupply_summary82................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure Powersupply83................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure Status84................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure Temp84................................................................................................................................................................
Show Fru85................................................................................................................................................................
Show Oa Certificate87................................................................................................................................................................
Show Oa87................................................................................................................................................................
Show Oa Info88................................................................................................................................................................
Show Oa Network88................................................................................................................................................................
Show Oa Status89................................................................................................................................................................
Show Oa Usb89................................................................................................................................................................
Show Power90................................................................................................................................................................
Show Syslog90................................................................................................................................................................
Show Syslog Oa91................................................................................................................................................................
Show Vcmode92................................................................................................................................................................
Update92................................................................................................................................................................
Update Ilo93................................................................................................................................................................
Update Image93................................................................................................................................................................
Upload Config94................................................................................................................................................................
Blade Management Commands95................................................................................................................................................................
Connect Server95................................................................................................................................................................
Hponcfg95................................................................................................................................................................
Poweroff Server96................................................................................................................................................................
Poweron Server96................................................................................................................................................................
Reboot Server97................................................................................................................................................................
Set Server Boot97................................................................................................................................................................
Set Nic97................................................................................................................................................................
Set Server Boot Once98................................................................................................................................................................
Set Server Powerdelay98................................................................................................................................................................
Set Server Uid99................................................................................................................................................................
Show Server Boot99................................................................................................................................................................
Show Server Info99................................................................................................................................................................
Show Server List102................................................................................................................................................................
Show Server Names102................................................................................................................................................................
Show Server Port Map103................................................................................................................................................................
Show Server Powerdelay103................................................................................................................................................................
Show Server Status104................................................................................................................................................................
Show Server Temp106................................................................................................................................................................
Show Syslog Server106................................................................................................................................................................
Unassign Server107................................................................................................................................................................
Interconnect Management Commands109................................................................................................................................................................
Assign Interconnect109................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Interconnect Session109................................................................................................................................................................
Connect Interconnect109................................................................................................................................................................
Poweroff Interconnect110................................................................................................................................................................
Poweron Interconnect110................................................................................................................................................................
Restart Interconnect110................................................................................................................................................................
Set Interconnect Powerdelay111................................................................................................................................................................
Set Interconnect Uid111................................................................................................................................................................
Show Interconnect Info111................................................................................................................................................................
Show Interconnect List112................................................................................................................................................................
Show Interconnect Port Map113................................................................................................................................................................
Show Interconnect Powerdelay113................................................................................................................................................................
Show Interconnect Status114................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Dvd Commands116................................................................................................................................................................
Set Server Dvd116................................................................................................................................................................
Show Server Dvd116................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Syslog Commands118................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Syslog Remote118................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Syslog Remote118................................................................................................................................................................
Set Remote Syslog Port118................................................................................................................................................................
Set Remote Syslog Server119................................................................................................................................................................
Show Syslog Settings119................................................................................................................................................................
Test Syslog119................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Syslog Example120................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Support Commands121................................................................................................................................................................
Download Config Using Usb Key121................................................................................................................................................................
Set Server Dvd For Usb Key121................................................................................................................................................................
Show Usbkey121................................................................................................................................................................
Update Image Using Usb Key122................................................................................................................................................................
Upload Config Using Usb Key123................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Dynamic Power Cap Commands124................................................................................................................................................................
Set Enclosure Power_cap124................................................................................................................................................................
Set Enclosure Power_cap_bays_to_exclude124................................................................................................................................................................
Set Enclosure124................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure Power_cap125................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure Power_cap_bays_to_exclude125................................................................................................................................................................
Show Enclosure125................................................................................................................................................................
Event Notifications126................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Event Notifications126................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Event Notifications126................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Support129................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Contact Hp129................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Contact Information129................................................................................................................................................................
Time Zone Settings130................................................................................................................................................................
Universal Time Zone Settings130................................................................................................................................................................
Africa Time Zone Settings130................................................................................................................................................................
Americas Time Zone Settings131................................................................................................................................................................
Asia Time Zone Settings132................................................................................................................................................................
Oceanic Time Zone Settings133................................................................................................................................................................
Europe Time Zone Settings134................................................................................................................................................................
Polar Time Zone Settings134................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations135................................................................................................................................................................
Index138................................................................................................................................................................
HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Reference Manual

HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Reference Manual (138 pages)

Microsoft Windows Event ID and SNMP Traps Reference Guide for use with SmartStart version 8.25  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 1.82 MB
Table of contents
Reference Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction4................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Descriptions4................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go For Additional Help5................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Numbers5................................................................................................................................................................
Foundation Agents6................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 1105-18089................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 256-77429................................................................................................................................................................
Event Identifiers 300-1293133................................................................................................................................................................
HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Administrator's Manual

HP Xw460c - ProLiant - Blade Workstation Administrator's Manual (105 pages)

Administrator's Guide for Microsoft Windows on HP ProLiant Blade Workstations -- January 2009  
Brand: HP | Category: Desktop | Size: 3.67 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Nomenclature8................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator's Guide Organization10................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Windows Xp10................................................................................................................................................................
Blade Workstation Solution Documents11................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1 Simplified Hp Blade Workstation Solution Documentation Hierarchy11................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Hp Technical Support12................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair12................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Windows Recovery Media12................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows Licensing12................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-1 Video Subsystem Architecture And Operating Modes14................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Remote Console Mode16................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-2 Viewing And Setting Remote Console Mode16................................................................................................................................................................
Admin Mode17................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-3 Admin Mode17................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-1 Use Of The Video Controllers In Admin Mode17................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Mode18................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-4 Setup Mode18................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-2 Use Of The Video Controllers In Setup Mode18................................................................................................................................................................
User Mode19................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-5 User Mode19................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-3 Use Of The Video Controllers In User Mode19................................................................................................................................................................
Summary Of Remote Console Modes20................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-4 Use Of The Video Controllers For Each Remote Console Mode20................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Client Computer22................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Turning On The Blade Workstation22................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Blade Workstation Infrastructure22................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Blade Workstation Hardware23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1 The Hp Graphics Expansion Blade Attaches To The Xw460c Blade Workstation23................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Media To The Blade Workstation24................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2 Connecting Media To The Blade Workstation24................................................................................................................................................................
Powering On The Blade Workstation25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3 Connecting A Monitor, Keyboard, And Mouse To The Blade Workstation25................................................................................................................................................................
Blade Workstation Sleep States26................................................................................................................................................................
The Oobe Screens26................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-4 The Oobe Administrator Password Screen26................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Networking27................................................................................................................................................................
Nic1 And Nic2 Verification27................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-5 System Management Home27................................................................................................................................................................
Ilo 2 Network Verification28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-6 Boot Console Display Of The Ilo 2 Ip Address28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-7 Ilo 2 Login Screen28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing, Configuring, And Verifying Rgs29................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Rgs29................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Rgs Nic Binding Order29................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-8 Viewing The Two Blade Workstation Nics29................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-9 Nic Ip Addresses30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-10 Determining The First Nic30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-11 Advanced Settings Dialog30................................................................................................................................................................