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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Seite 1 - User Guide

AB7000 Series User Guide

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xCautionChanges or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority, which is granted by the Federal C

Seite 3 - Safety instructions

2 Chassis Enclosure 80Power Supply ModulesThe AB7000 enclosure supports up to four 2500W power supply modules.An LED on the back of a power supply w

Seite 4 - Using electrical power

81Power Supply FailureIf a power supply or a fan in a power supply fails, the system management software will notify you of the situation. In either c

Seite 5 - Product servicing

2 Chassis Enclosure 82Removing a Power SupplyFirst, make sure the power supply has been shut down. You can remove power from a power unit via your s

Seite 6 - Mercury advisory

83Power Supply FansEach power supply unit has four rear fans. These fans are not hot-swappable. If one fails, the power supply will continue to operat

Seite 7 - Taking care of your vision

2 Chassis Enclosure 84Power ComponentsPower components for the AB7000 system’s power supplies are shown below in Figure 2-49 and described in the fo

Seite 8 - Developing good work habits

85power cord connects to a C20 type socket (IEC-60320-C20) for AC power on the power supply module. See Figure 2-49 for an example of a power cord.The

Seite 9 - FCC notice

2 Chassis Enclosure 86This will secure the power cord to the power supply and keep it from dislodging during operation.Figure 2-51. Power Cord Tie a

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87Double-Wide ModulesMost modules in the AB7000 fit into single-wide bays. The InfiniBand module and some other modules however (such as the 10GbE mod

Seite 11 - Notice for New Zealand

2 Chassis Enclosure 88Modules in the upper left hand bays will have their release handles on the bottom, while all modules in the lower bays will ha

Seite 12 - Laser compliance statement

89Figure 2-53. Modifying for a Double-Wide Module Bay (Steps 1 & 2)Step 2Step 1Center Support Screws (2)Horizontal Spacer Screws (4)Horizontal Spa

Seite 13 - List of applicable countries

xiOperation conditionsThis device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may no

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2 Chassis Enclosure 90Figure 2-54. Modifying for a Double-Wide Module Bay (Step 3 & 4)Step 4Horizontal Spacer Screws (4)HorizontalSpacers (1)Dou

Seite 15 - Contents

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 92OverviewThis chapter covers the setup and installation of the blade module and its components.Installing B

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93Removing a Blade Unit from the Enclosure1. Power down the blade unit (see "Powering Down a Blade Unit" above).2. Squeeze both handles to d

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 94Note: Blade Modules can be Hot-Plugged into the enclosure.Warning! Use extreme caution when inserting a bl

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95Figure 3-56. Locking the Blade into PositionProcessor InstallationUp to four processors may be installed to the mainboard of each blade unit. See “A

Seite 20 - Index 597

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 963. Loosen the two or four screws (depending on blade type) that secure the heatsink to the mainboard.4. Re

Seite 21 - Description

97Figure 3-57. Instaling a CPU6. Lower the socket lever until it locks.7. To install the heatsink, apply thermal grease to the top of the processor. (

Seite 22 - Manual Organization

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 98Installing DIMM Memory Modules1. Power down the blade module (see "Powering Down a Blade Unit" o

Seite 23 - Appendix A

99Warning! To maintain proper airflow, all hard drive bays must have drive carriers or dummies inserted during operation.To remove a hard drive carrie

Seite 24 - 1 Document Description

xiito operate within the following limits for compliance with Telecom's Specifications:a There shall be no more than 10 call attempts to the s

Seite 25 - Enclosure

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 100Figure 3-59. Installing a Hard Drive in a CarrierInfiniband mezzanine card installationAll models of the

Seite 26 - Introduction

101Figure 3-60. Card Installation

Seite 27 - Front panel

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 102Installing the Operating SystemAn operating system (OS) must be installed on each blade module. Blades wi

Seite 28 - Rear Panel

1034. The blade has only non-partitioned/unformatted hard drives installed and no bootable devices attached to it.Once these conditions are met, make

Seite 29 - Blade Configuration

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 104Acer Smart ConsoleServer Blade Unit management may be performed with the Smart Console. The Smart Consol

Seite 30 - Rear Modules

105Configuring the IP/MAC AddressesNote: The DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is on by default. To change the manufacturer default setting,

Seite 31 - Setup and Installation

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 106Figure 3-61. Log In1 Enter your Username in the "Username" box.2 Enter your Password in the &qu

Seite 32 - Server Precautions

107Figure 3-62. IPMI Main PageThe IPMI Main page contains a submenu bar (Top), the Options window (Left), and the main display area (Right)1 Submenu B

Seite 33 - Rack Mounting Considerations

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 1082 Options window (Callout #2)The Options window on the left side allows the user to navigate through diff

Seite 34 - Rack Mounting Hardware

109Figure 3-63. Server HealthThe Server Health submenu (#1) contains: Sensor Readings, Sensor Readings with Thresholds, and Event Log. When clicking a

Seite 35 - Installing an enclosure:

xiiiAppareil à laser de classe 1Attention : Radiation laser visible et invisible en cas d’ouverture. Éviter toute exposition aux rayons.Laserprodukt d

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 110Figure 3-64. Sensor Type CategoryThe Categories of Sensor Types (#4)The Sensor Type Category includes the

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111Sensor Readings Display-All SensorsFigure 3-65. All SensorsWhen you select All Sensors (#1) from the Sensor Type Category pop-up submenu, the senso

Seite 38 - Chassis Management Module

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 112Event LogThis feature allows the user to configure Event Log settings. When you select Event Log (1) in O

Seite 39 - Reset Button

113Figure 3-67. Event Log Status4 Sensor Name: This item indicates the name of the sensor (device) to which the event occurred.5 Sensor Type: This ite

Seite 40 - Module Installation

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 114ConfigurationThis feature allows the user to configure various network settings. When you click on the Co

Seite 41 - Configuring the CMM

115Note: To set up an email alert, please enter the IP address of your mail server in the SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol.)Configuration - AlertsT

Seite 42 - (see Figure 2-11 )

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 116Modifying AlertsWhen you select an item (2) and click on Modify (5), the Modify Alert submenu displays as

Seite 43 - • Default Acer: 192.168.100.1

117Note: To set up an email alert, please enter the IP address of your mail server in the SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol.)Configuration - Time an

Seite 44 - CMM Functions

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 1187 Save: Click on this icon to save any changes done to the Time and Date settingsConfiguration - Light-We

Seite 45 - Serial Over LAN (SOL)

119Configuration - Active Directory SettingsThis feature allows the user to configure Active Directory settings. When you click on the Active Director

Seite 47 - Firmware

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 120Configuration - Active Directory - Advanced SettingsThis feature allows the user to configure Active Dire

Seite 48 - Acer Smart Blade Console

121Configuration - The Mouse Mode SettingThis feature allows the user to configure mouse mode settings. When you click on the Mouse Mode icon in the O

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 122Configuration - Network SettingsThis feature allows you to configure network settings. When you click on

Seite 50 - Main Menu Icons

1239 VLAN Tag: This item allows you to use VLAN Tagging or Frame Tagging to encapsulate specific data, so it can be transparently transmitted through

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 124access.Floppy Emulation (Callout #3): Click the pull-down menu to see the following:• Off (Default): Sele

Seite 52 - Blade System

1252 Mail Server IP: Enter the SMTP Mail Server IP address for your network in the box.3 Save: Click on this icon to save any changes to the SMTP sett

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 126Configuration - Users SettingsThis feature allows you to change users settings. When you click on the Use

Seite 54 - Power Supply

1276 Add User: Click on this icon to add a new user to the network. When prompted, select an empty slot from the users list to add an user.7 Modify Us

Seite 55 - Gigabit Switch

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 1285 Refresh: Click this button to refresh the page.6 LogOut: Click this button to log out from the remote c

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129Figure 3-83. Java StartedRemote Console - VideoThis feature allows you to configure video settings for your remote console. When you click on the V

Seite 57 - InfiniBand Switch

ContentsInformation for your safety and comfort iiiRegulations and safety notices ix1 Document Description 1About this Manual 2Manual Organization 22

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 1302 Video Options: The pull-down submenu contains the options listed below.• Pause: Click this item to free

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131window key press.• Callout# 3. Press and Release: Click on this option to press and release the left window key.• Right Window Key: Click on this i

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 132•F1• Pause• Keyboard pass-through: Click this item (1) to use your local keyboard for the remote console.

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1331 Soft Keyboard: Select the item Soft Keyboard (1) to use soft keyboard for the remote console as shown below.Figure 3-88. Soft Keyboard2 Language:

Seite 62 - Drive Redirection

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 134Figure 3-89. MouseThe pull-down submenu contains the option listed below.Synchronize Mouse Cursor Alt+M (

Seite 63 - RIVE REDIRECTION settings

135Figure 3-90. MediaVirtual Media Wizard (2): Click on this item on the pull-down submenu to launch the Virtual Media Wizard, which allows you to con

Seite 64 - screen (Figure 2-23) and

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 136Figure 3-92. Virtual Media1 Floppy/USB Key Media: This item allows the user to configure the Floppy/ USB

Seite 65 - System Health

137Remote Control-Launch SOLThis feature allows you to launch the remote console by using Serial_over_LAN.When you click on the Remote Control icon in

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 138Figure 3-94. SOL ConfirmationWindow1 Security Warning: Once you've launched SOL, a security warning

Seite 67 - User Management

139Figure 3-95. Baud Rate4 Click on the dropdown menu to pull down the Baud Rate submenu, which will allow you to select the Baud Rate for serial line

Seite 68 - Users & Groups

xviInstalling a Power Supply 81Removing a Power Supply 82Power Supply Fans 83Power Components 84Power Cord 84Power Cord Tie and Clamp 85Double-Wide

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 140Figure 3-96. Setting the Baud Rate5 Baud Rate (bps): You can select a Baud rate from the list as your SOL

Seite 70 - Permissions

141Figure 3-97. Stop the SOL Session7 You can also press <Stop> to abort the SOL session.Server Power ControlThis feature allows you to configur

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 142Figure 3-98. Power ControlClick Server Power Control in the left Options Window (2) to display the Power

Seite 72 - KVM Settings

143MaintenanceUse this feature to manage and configure IPMI devices.When you click on the Maintenance icon (1) in the Menu bar, the Maintenance Main p

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 144Figure 3-100. FirmwareEnter Update Mode: Click on this item to enter the update mode.Warning! Once you&ap

Seite 74 - ES in the dialog boxes

145MiscellaneousThis feature allows the user to perform network activities.Click on the Miscellaneous icon (1) in the Menu bar to display the Miscella

Seite 75 - Keyboard/Mouse

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 146LanguageThis feature allows you to configure Language Settings for your IPMI connections. Click on the La

Seite 76 - IXED SCALING check box and

147AB460 F1External and Internal StructureThis chapter describes the AB460 F1 blade module. Installation and maintenance should be performed by experi

Seite 77 - Device Settings

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 148Power ButtonEach blade has its own power button so that individual blade units within the enclosure may b

Seite 78 - ONE, DHCP

149KVM ConnectorAlternatively, you may connect a KVM cable (CBL-0218L, with a keyboard/video/mouse attached) to the KVM connector (#7) of the blade yo

Seite 79 - UTO-DETECT, HALF DUPLEX

xviiRunning Setup 167Main BIOS Setup 168Advanced Settings 170Security 186Server Management Settings 188Boot 193Exit Options 199AB460 F1 Onboard SAS RA

Seite 80 - Dynamic DNS

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 150Blade Unit ComponentsFigure 3-104. Exploded View of AB460 F1 Blade ModuleMain components of the AB460 F1

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1514 DIMMs (system memory)5 Airflow Deflector6 CPU Heatsinks7 Top CoverItem Description

Seite 82 - ORCE, the applet will

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 152MainboardFigure 3-105. AB460 F1 Mainboard71110323654523891112

Seite 83 - CCESS CONTROL

153CMOS ClearJBT1 is used to clear CMOS and will also clear any passwords. JBT1 consists of two contact pads located near the BIOS chip (#12 in Figure

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 154Memory SupportThe AB460 F1 blade module supports up to 192 GB/48 GB of ECC Registered/Unbuffered ECC DDR3

Seite 85 - YSTEM HEALTH

155Figure 3-106. 12-Slot DIMM NumberingEdge of BoardToward CPUDIMM3BDIMM2ADIMM3ADIMM1BDIMM2BDIMM1AEdge of BoardToward CPUDIMM3BDIMM2ADIMM3ADIMM1BDIMM2

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 156Independent Mode: Single Processor ConfigurationTotal CapacityDIMM 1B DIMM 1A DIMM 2B DIMM 2A DIMM 3B DIM

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157Independent Mode: Dual processor configuration.Total CapacityCPU1 CPU2DIMM1B 1A 2B 2A 3B 3A 1B 1A 2B 2A 3B 3A2GB1GB 1GB3GB1GB 1GB 1GB4GB1GB

Seite 88 - Update Firmware

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 15816GB8GB 8GB24GB8GB 8GB 8GB32GB8GB 8GB 8GB 8GB48GB8GB 8GB 8GB 8GB 8GB 8GB64GB8GB 8GB 8GB 8GB 8GB 8GB 8GB 8

Seite 89 - Unit Reset

159Mirroring or Lockstep Mode: Single processor configurationPlease follow the table as shown below. The same rules are applied to the CPU2 memory cha

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xviiiLogin 276Home Page 277Top Page Links 278Top LED Display 279Left Side Tree 279Middle Configuration Link Table 279System Management Page 280Syst

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 160Mirroring or Lockstep Mode: Dual processor configurationTotal CapacityCPU1 CPU2DIMM 1B 1A 2B 2A 3B

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161Sparing Mode: Single processor configurationFor sparing mode, there is one or two memory modules as spared. By this definition, the effective size

Seite 93 - Drive Redirection Screen

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 162Note: The DIMM slot number specified in the table equals the DIMM slot to be populated. A “---” indicates

Seite 94 - Remote Console Options

163Note: Though multiple DIMM memory module types and speeds may be supported, you need to use DIMM memory modules of the same speed and type.Hard Dis

Seite 95 - Readability Filter

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 164HDD Failure OFF ONHDD Rebuild Blink OFFHDD Locate OFF ONStatus(Blue)Red

Seite 96 - Chat Window

165AB460 F1 System BIOSIntroductionThis chapter describes the BIOS for AB460 F1 blade modules. The AB460 F1 blade modules use a AMI™ ROM BIOS that is

Seite 97 - Soft Keyboard

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 166BIOS UpdatesIt may be necessary to update the BIOS used in the blade modules on occasion. However, it is

Seite 98 - Local Keyboard

167Flashing a BIOS using a Floppy Image FileThis method must be performed remotely.1. Copy the image file from the zip file to your desktop.2. Use the

Seite 99 - Encoding

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 168While the BIOS is in control, the Setup program can be activated in one of two ways:1. By pressing <F2

Seite 100 - Power Supply Modules

169System OverviewSystem Time/System DateUse this option to change the system time and date. Highlight System Time or System Date using the arrow keys

Seite 101 - Installing a Power Supply

xixDynamic Multicast 457IGMP 459PIM 463DVMRP 469Statistics 472Interface 472Radius 476TACACS+ Statistics 478RMON Ethernet Statistics 480SNMP Statistics

Seite 102 - Removing a Power Supply

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 170Speed: This item displays the speed of the CPU detected by the BIOS.Physical Count: This item displays th

Seite 103 - Power Supply Fans

171Boot FeaturesFigure 3-111. Boot FeaturesQuick Boot: Skip certain tests during POST to reduce the time needed for system boot.Quiet Boot: Allows the

Seite 104 - Power Components

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 172Power configurationPower Button Function: If set to Instant_Off, the system will power off immediately wh

Seite 105 - Power Cord Tie and Clamp

173Ratio CMOS Setting: This option allows you to set the ratio between the CPU core clock and the FSB frequency.The default setting depends on the typ

Seite 106 - 2 Chassis Enclosure

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 174and applications in independent partitions, creating multiple virtual systems in one physical computer.Im

Seite 107 - Double-Wide Modules

175C6 State: This feature allows the user to decide how the onboard 5500 Series processor will act at C6 State.C-State package limit setting: If set t

Seite 108 - (for bottom bay)

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 176CPU Bridge configurationFigure 3-114. CPU Bridge ConfigurationQPI Links Speed: This feature selects QPI d

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177Demand Scrubbing: A memory error-correction scheme where the processor writes corrected data back into the memory block from where it was read by t

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 178NorthBridge configurationThis feature allows you to configure the settings for the Intel NorthBridge chip

Seite 111 - Installation

179Active State Power-Management: Uses power management for signal transactions between the PCI Express L0 and L1 Links. Select Enabled to configure P

Seite 112 - Installing Blade Modules

Model Number : Serial Number: Purchase Date: Place of Purchase:Copyright © 2010. All Rights Reserved. Acer AB 7000 SeriesUser Guide Acer AB 7000

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xxLogon Management 575Virtual Media 577CMM Setting 578Connecting to the Slave CMM 579Appendix A: Troubleshooting 581BIOS POST Messages 582BIOS POS

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 180USB 2.0 Controller: Select Enabled to activate the onboard USB 2.0 controller.Note: Only available when U

Seite 115 - Processor Installation

181type for SATA#1. The options are IDE, RAID and AHCI.• ICH RAID Code Base - Select Intel or Adaptec to launch the appropriate SATA RAID firmware to

Seite 116 - Installing a Processor

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 182•DMA Mode• S.M.A.R.T. For Hard disk drives - Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) c

Seite 117 - DIMM Installation

183disk drive support.• 32Bit Data Transfer - Select Enable to enable the function of 32-bit IDE data transfer.IDE Detect Timeout (sec): Use this feat

Seite 118 - Hard Disk Drive Installation

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 184Super IO Device configurationFigure 3-119. Super IO Device configurationSerial Port1 Address/ Serial Port

Seite 119 - Installing a Hard Drive

185ACPI configurationFigure 3-120. ACPI configurationUse this feature to configure Advanced configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) power management

Seite 120 - Card installation

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 186Note: Only available when ACPI is enabled on an ACPI-aware operating system.NUMA Support: Uses Non-Unifor

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187Supervisor Password: This item indicates if a supervisor password has been entered for the system. Clear means such a password has not been used an

Seite 122 - Installing via PXE Boot

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 188Server Management SettingsUse this feature to configure Server Management settings.Figure 3-122. Use this

Seite 123 - Installing via Virtual Media

189System InformationFigure 3-123. System InformationThis submenu displays the following product information.• System Product Name• System Serial Numb

Seite 124 - Acer Smart Console

1 Document Description

Seite 125 - Computer

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 190IP Address: The BIOS will automatically display the IP address of the machine. This should be in decimal

Seite 126 - The IPMI Main Page

191Remote Access ConfigurationFigure 3-124. Remote Access ConfigurationRemote Access: This allows you to enable Remote Access support. If Remote Acces

Seite 127 - 1 Submenu Bar (Callout #1)

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 192Terminal Type: Allows you to select the target terminal type for Console Redirection.VT-UTF8 Combo Key Su

Seite 128 - Server Health

193BootThis menu allows you to configure boot settings for the system.Figure 3-126. Boot Setup

Seite 129 - Figure 3-63. Server Health

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 194Boot Device PriorityThis feature allows you to specify the sequence of priority for the Boot Device.Figur

Seite 130 - Show Thresholds (#6)

195Hard Disk DrivesFigure 3-128. Hard Disk DrivesThis feature allows you to specify the boot sequence from all available hard disk drives. The setting

Seite 131 - Figure 3-65. All Sensors

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 196Removable DrivesFigure 3-129. Removable DrivesThis feature allows you to specify the boot sequence from a

Seite 132 - Event Log

197CD/DVD DriveFigure 3-130. CD/DVD DriveThis feature allows you to specify the boot sequence from all available removable drives.

Seite 133 - Figure 3-67. Event Log Status

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 198Network DrivesFigure 3-131. Network DrivesThis feature allows you to specify the boot sequence from avail

Seite 134 - Configuration

199Exit OptionsSave Changes and Exit: When you have completed the system configuration changes, select this option to leave the BIOS Setup Utility and

Seite 135 - Configuration - Alerts

1 Document Description 2About this ManualThis user guide is written for professional system integrators, Information Technology professionals, servi

Seite 136 - Modifying Alerts

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 200Load Fail-Safe Defaults: To set this feature, select Load Fail-Safe Defaults from the Exit menu and press

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201AB460 F1 Onboard SAS RAID ConfigurationThis section briefly shows how to create RAID with onboard SAS RAID.Entering onboard SAS Configuration Utili

Seite 138 - Settings

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 2029 The below warning message displayed. Please press + key or Space key to add the HDD to the RAID volume.

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203AB2x280 F1Internal and External StructureThis chapter describes the AB2x280 F1 blade unit. Installation and maintenance should be performed by expe

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 204Power ButtonEach blade has its own power button so that individual blade units within the enclosure may b

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205LED IndicatorsBlade module LEDs are described below in the following table.KVM ConnectorAlternatively, you may connect a KVM cable (CBL-0218L, with

Seite 142 - Figure 3-76. Network Settings

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 206Blade Unit ComponentsFigure 3-134. Exploded View of AB2x280 F1 Blade Module12234354322

Seite 143 - Figure 3-77. Remote Session

207The main components of the AB2x280 F1 Blade Module are described in the following table.Item Description1 Blade Unit/Module2 SATA Hard Drives (2 pe

Seite 144 - Configuration - SMTP Settings

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 208MainboardFigure 3-135. AB2x280 F1 Mainboard7110348132 261 1229978554101111

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209JumpersThe jumpers present on the mainboard are used by the manufacturer only; there are no jumpers used to configure the operation of the mainboar

Seite 146 - Figure 3-80. User Settings

3Chapter 5: Acer Smart Blade ManagerThis chapter details how to configure and use the Smart Blade Manger.Appendix AProvides information on troubleshoo

Seite 147 - Figure 3-81. Main Menu

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 210Memory SupportEach node of a AB2x280 F1 blade module supports up to 128GB/32GB of ECC Registered/Unbuffer

Seite 148 - Remote Console

211Figure 3-136. AB2x280 F1 DIMM NumberingFor an interleaved configuration, memory modules of the same size and speed must be installed. You should no

Seite 149 - Figure 3-84. Video

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 212Supported Memory PopulationThe node has eight DIMM slots. Each CPU controls four DIMM slots. The DIMM slo

Seite 150 - Figure 3-85. Keyboard

213Independent mode: Single Processor Configuration.Total CapacityDIMM 1B DIMM 1A DIMM 2A DIMM 3A1GB 1GB2GB 1GB 1GB3GB 1GB 1GB 1GB4GB 1GB 1GB 1GB 1GB2

Seite 151 - Figure 3-86. Macros

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 214Independent Mode: Dual Processor ConfigurationTotal CapacityCPU 1 CPU2DIMM 1B 1A 2A 3A 1B 1A 2A 3

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215Mirroring or Lockstep mode: Single Processor ConfigurationPlease follow the table as shown below.The same rule is applied to the CPU2 memory channe

Seite 153 - Figure 3-88. Soft Keyboard

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 216Mirroring or Lockstep mode: Dual Processor ConfigurationSparing Mode: Single Processor ConfigurationFor s

Seite 154 - Remote Console - Media

217Sparing Mode: Dual Processor Configuration48GB 16GB 16GB 16GBTotal CapacityCPU1 CPU2DIMM 1B 1A 2A 3A 1B 1A 2A 3A3GB 1GB 1GB 1GB6GB 1GB 1GB 1GB 1G

Seite 155 - Virtual Media

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 218AB2x280 F1 Hard Disk DrivesThe AB2x280 F1 blade unit accommodates up to two 2.5" SATA hard disk driv

Seite 156 - Figure 3-92. Virtual Media

219AB2x280 F1 System BIOSIntroductionThis chapter describes the BIOS for AB2x280 F1blade modules. The AB2x280 F1blade modules use a AMI™ ROM BIOS that

Seite 158 - ConfirmationWindow

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 220BIOS UpdatesIt may be necessary to update the BIOS used in the blade modules on occasion. However, it is

Seite 159 - Figure 3-95. Baud Rate

221Flashing a BIOS using a Floppy Image FileThis method must be performed remotely.1. Copy the image file from the zip file to your desktop.2. Use the

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 222While the BIOS is in control, the Setup program can be activated in one of two ways:1. By pressing <F2

Seite 161 - Server Power Control

223System OverviewSystem Time/System DateUse this option to change the system time and date. Highlight System Time or System Date using the arrow keys

Seite 162 - Figure 3-98. Power Control

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 224Speed: This item displays the speed of the CPU detected by the BIOS.Physical Count: This item displays th

Seite 163 - Maintenance

225Boot FeaturesFigure 3-141. Boot FeaturesQuick Boot: Skip certain tests during POST to reduce the time needed for system boot.Quiet Boot: Allows the

Seite 164 - Figure 3-100. Firmware

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 226Power configurationPower Button Function: If set to Instant_Off, the system will power off immediately wh

Seite 165 - Miscellaneous

227Ratio CMOS Setting: This option allows you to set the ratio between the CPU core clock and the FSB frequency.The default setting depends on the typ

Seite 166 - Language

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 228and applications in independent partitions, creating multiple virtual systems in one physical computer.Im

Seite 167 - AB460 F1

229C6 State: This feature allows the user to decide how the onboard 5500 Series processor will act at C6 State.C-State package limit setting: If set t

Seite 168 - KVM Button

2 Chassis Enclosure

Seite 169 - Front Panel LED Indicators

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 230CPU Bridge configurationFigure 3-144. CPU Bridge ConfigurationQPI Links Speed: This feature selects QPI d

Seite 170 - Blade Unit Components

231Demand Scrubbing: A memory error-correction scheme where the processor writes corrected data back into the memory block from where it was read by t

Seite 171 - Item Description

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 232NorthBridge configurationThis feature allows you to configure the settings for the Intel NorthBridge chip

Seite 172 - Mainboard

233Active State Power-Management: Uses power management for signal transactions between the PCI Express L0 and L1 Links. Select Enabled to configure P

Seite 173 - CMOS Clear

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 234USB 2.0 Controller: Select Enabled to activate the onboard USB 2.0 controller.Note: Only available when U

Seite 174 - Populating Memory Slots

235type for SATA#1. The options are IDE, RAID and AHCI.• ICH RAID Code Base - Select Intel or Adaptec to launch the appropriate SATA RAID firmware to

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 236•DMA Mode• S.M.A.R.T. For Hard disk drives - Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) c

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237disk drive support.• 32Bit Data Transfer - Select Enable to enable the function of 32-bit IDE data transfer.IDE Detect Timeout (sec): Use this feat

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 238Super IO Device configurationFigure 3-149. Super IO Device configurationSerial Port1 Address/ Serial Port

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239ACPI configurationFigure 3-150. ACPI configurationUse this feature to configure Advanced configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) power management

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2 Chassis Enclosure 6IntroductionThe Acer AB7000 optimizes component efficiency by sharing the same power supply, management module, and switch mod

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 240Note: Only available when ACPI is enabled on an ACPI-aware operating system.NUMA Support: Uses Non-Unifor

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241SecurityThe BIOS provides a Supervisor and a User password. If you use both passwords, the Supervisor password must be set first.Supervisor Passwor

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 242be changed.• Limited - allows only limited .elfis to be changed such as Date and Time• No Access - preven

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243Server Management SettingsUse this feature to configure Server Management settings.Figure 3-152. Use this feature to configure Server Management se

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 244System InformationFigure 3-153. System InformationThis submenu displays the following product information

Seite 185 - AB460 F1 System BIOS

245IP Address: The BIOS will automatically display the IP address of the machine. This should be in decimal and in dotted quad form (i.e., 192.168.10.

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 246Remote Access ConfigurationFigure 3-154. Remote Access ConfigurationRemote Access: This allows you to ena

Seite 187 - Running Setup

247Terminal Type: Allows you to select the target terminal type for Console Redirection.VT-UTF8 Combo Key Support: Select Enabled to enable VT-UTF8 Co

Seite 188 - Main BIOS Setup

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 248BootThis menu allows you to configure boot settings for the system.Figure 3-156. Boot Setup

Seite 189 - System Overview

249Boot Device PriorityThis feature allows you to specify the sequence of priority for the Boot Device.Figure 3-157. Boot Device Priority• 1st Boot De

Seite 190 - Advanced Settings

7External and internal structureFront panelFigure 2-1. Front Panel Front panel LED indicatorsEnclosure power supply LED descriptions are shown in the

Seite 191 - Boot Features

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 250Hard Disk DrivesFigure 3-158. Hard Disk DrivesThis feature allows you to specify the boot sequence from a

Seite 192 - Power configuration

251Removable DrivesFigure 3-159. Removable DrivesThis feature allows you to specify the boot sequence from all available removable drives.

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 252CD/DVD DriveFigure 3-160. CD/DVD DriveThis feature allows you to specify the boot sequence from all avail

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253Network DrivesFigure 3-161. Network DrivesThis feature allows you to specify the boot sequence from available network drives.

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 254Exit OptionsSave Changes and Exit: When you have completed the system configuration changes, select this

Seite 196 - CPU Bridge configuration

255Load Fail-Safe Defaults: To set this feature, select Load Fail-Safe Defaults from the Exit menu and press <Enter>. The Fail-Safe settings are

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 256AB2x280 F1 Onboard SATA RAID ConfigurationThis section briefly shows how to create RAID volume with Intel

Seite 198 - NorthBridge configuration

2575 Select desired HDD to create the RAID.6 Select Create Volume.7 Press Y when "Are you sure you want to create the volume? (Y/N):" displa

Seite 199 - SouthBridge configuration

3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 258Loading Adaptec Factory Default SettingAdaptec onboard SATA RAID utility does not provide an option for f

Seite 200 - IDE/SATA configuration

2596 Press Y when "Do you want to create a spare? (Yes/No):" displays.7 Now a hot spare drive is created, you can press ESC to exit.

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2 Chassis Enclosure 8Rear PanelFigure 2-2. Rear Panel Fault LED(right LED)Yellow Over Temperature State in Switch Module (GbE, IB) or Power Supply M

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3 Server Blades: Setup and Installation 260

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4 Networking Switch Modules 262Acer 1/10Gb Ethernet Switch ModuleThis chapter covers the setup and installation of the 1/10Gb Ethernet switch module

Seite 205 - ACPI configuration

263Installing/Removing a Switch ModuleInstalling a Switch Module1. Make sure the cover to the module has been installed before proceeding. Follow the

Seite 206 - Security

4 Networking Switch Modules 264Note: After the module has been installed and the handle locked, it will turn on and a POST test will run to verify i

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265Configuring the Switch ModuleFigure 4-164. Configuring the Switch ModuleA Gigabit Ethernet switch module can be configured using two methods (as sh

Seite 208 - Server Management Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 266Network ConnectionUse the procedure below to connect and login to the Acer Smart Blade Console.Logging In to the Acer

Seite 209 - System Information

267Logging In to the Acer Smart Blade Manager:1. Launch the Acer Smart Blade Manager in your PC, the LOGIN screen displays. Figure 4-165. Smart Blade

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4 Networking Switch Modules 268Figure 4-166. IPMI Blade System Screen2. Clicking on a gigabit switch module will display the gigabit switch in the G

Seite 211 - Remote Access Configuration

269Note: If two GbE switches are installed in a AB7000 system, you will have to change the IP address of one from the default so that both switches ha

Seite 212 - Event Log Configuration

9Product Configuration GuidanceBlade ConfigurationFigure 2-3. Blade ConfigurationThe AB7000 can be configured with up to ten (10) blades. There are tw

Seite 213 - Figure 3-126. Boot Setup

4 Networking Switch Modules 2703. Choose the serial port connected with the switch and configure with the following parameters: Baudrate = 9600Data

Seite 214 - Boot Device Priority

271Internal and External StructureFigure 4-168. 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module Ports and IndicatorsItem Description1 RS-232 (COM) Serial Port 2 M

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4 Networking Switch Modules 272LED IndicatorsLED State DescriptionRJ45 Link/Activity Green Solid denotes link established, no activity. Blinking den

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273PortsThe 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet switch module contains several front-mounted ports as described below in the following table.ON OFF OFF ON 9ON OFF O

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4 Networking Switch Modules 274Web-based Management UtilityThe firmware for the Ethernet switch module resides on a chip on the PCB. The switch has

Seite 218 - Network Drives

275the switch through switching ports. Here the term switching ports refer to all internal and external 1G and 10G ports of the switch.NomenclatureThe

Seite 219 - Exit Options

4 Networking Switch Modules 276LoginFigure 4-169. Acer Swtich LoginThe initial login page is used to login to the Acer Switch web-based management u

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277Home PageThe HOME page contains links and menus for going to all other control pages in the Acer Switch web-based interface utility. A list of cont

Seite 221 - Creating a RAID Volume

4 Networking Switch Modules 278The HOME page is displayed on successful validation of the user name and password. The information in this page prese

Seite 222 - Assigning a Hot Spare Disk

279Top LED DisplayThis part of the screen displays the Port Status, Speed and Link Status for every port of the switch. • Sixteen Gigabit Ethernet (Gi

Seite 223 - AB2x280 F1

iiiInformation for your safety and comfortSafety instructionsRead these instructions carefully. Keep this document for future reference. Follow all wa

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2 Chassis Enclosure 10Rear ModulesFigure 2-4. Rear ModulesNote: 1 A CMM or miniCMM is required for each blade system.Bay No. Module1 (top) 1G/10Gb E

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4 Networking Switch Modules 280System Management PageThe SYSTEM MANAGEMENT page contains the following links:• “System Settings” on page 281• “Syste

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281System SettingsThe following pages can be accessed through the System Settings link:• “System Settings” on page 281• “System Version” on page 283Sy

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4 Networking Switch Modules 282This page also has a control to Reset To Factory Defaults. This clears all switch configuration and local user accoun

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283System VersionClicking the SYSTEM VERSION tab brings up the SYSTEM VERSION page. This page displays the hardware and firmware version of the switch

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4 Networking Switch Modules 284File ManagementClicking the FILE MANAGEMENT link brings up the FILE MANAGEMENT page. The FILE MANAGEMENT page helps y

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285File CopyYou can copy a local file to or from a remote TFTP server. This feature is useful to create a backup of configuration files remotely, and

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4 Networking Switch Modules 286Firmware UpgradeClicking the FIRMWARE UPGRADE link brings up the FIRMWARE UPGRADE page. This page allows you to upgra

Seite 232 - Supported Memory Population

287Management Security Basic SettingsClicking the MANAGEMENT SECURITY tab brings up the MANAGEMENT SECURITY BASIC SETTINGS page. This page allows you

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4 Networking Switch Modules 288Management User AccountClicking the LOCAL USERS tab brings up the MANAGEMENT USER ACCOUNT CONFIGURATION page. This pa

Seite 234 - CPU 1 CPU2

289RadiusClicking the RADIUS tab brings up the RADIUS SERVER CONFIGURATION page. This page allows you to configure the RADIUS server parameters as sho

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11Setup and InstallationOverviewThis chapter provides a quick setup procedure for your AB7000. Following these steps in the order given should enable

Seite 236 - CPU1 CPU2

4 Networking Switch Modules 290TACACS+ Global SettingsThe TACACS+ GLOBAL SETTINGS page allows you to configure TACACS retries and choose an active T

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291TACACS+ Server ConfigurationClicking the TACACS+ SERVERS tab brings up the TACACS+ SERVER CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure TACACS

Seite 238 - AB2x280 F1 Hard Disk Drives

4 Networking Switch Modules 292IP Authorized ManagerClicking the IP AUTH MANAGER tab brings up the IP AUTHORIZED MANAGER page, which allows you to c

Seite 239 - AB2x280 F1 System BIOS

293Parameter DescriptionIP Address This parameter specifies the IP address of the manager. An address 0.0.0.0 indicates “Any Manager”. Subnet Mask Thi

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4 Networking Switch Modules 294SSH ConfigurationClicking the SSH tab brings up the SSH CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure the SSH (Se

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295SSL ConfigurationClicking the SSL tab brings up the SSL CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) parameters and

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4 Networking Switch Modules 296a. Execute the below command in the Linux shell. openssl req -x509 -newkey rsa:1024 -keyout cakey.pem -out cGatewayt.

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297Syslog ConfigurationClicking the LOGGING tab brings up the SYSLOG CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure logging parameters. The paramet

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4 Networking Switch Modules 298Syslog Mail ConfigurationClicking the MAIL tab brings up the SYSLOG MAIL CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to conf

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299ACLThe ACL link allows you to configure the Access Control List for the switch. You can configure ACL on the following three pages:• “MAC Based ACL

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2 Chassis Enclosure 12• This product is intended for installation only in a Restricted Access Location (dedicated equipment rooms, service closets a

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4 Networking Switch Modules 300IP Standard ACLSource and Destination MACThese fields specify both the Source MAC Address and Destination MAC Address

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301Clicking the IP STANDARD ACL tab brings up the IP STANDARD ACL CONFIGURATION page, which displays the various ACL (Access Control List) parameters

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4 Networking Switch Modules 302IP Extended ACLClicking the IP EXTENDED ACL tab brings up the IP EXTENDED ACL CONFIGURATION page, which displays the

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303Ports List (Incoming)This parameter specifies the Incoming Port List for which the filter has to be applied.Ports List (Outgoing)This parameter spe

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4 Networking Switch Modules 304WEBGUI SettingsClicking the WEB SETTINGS link brings up the WEB GUI SETTINGS page, which displays all basic Web GUI s

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305SNMPFigure 4-191. SNMP Agent Control SettingsClicking the SNMP link brings up the SNMP AGENT CONTROL SETTINGS page. SMIS supports the SNMP Agent or

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4 Networking Switch Modules 306SNMP Community SettingsFigure 4-192. SNMP Community Settings“SNMP View Tree Settings” on page 310 This page allows yo

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307Clicking the COMMUNITY tab brings up the SNMP COMMUNITY SETTINGS page, which allows you to add SNMP managers or remove existing managers.. The para

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4 Networking Switch Modules 308SNMP Group SettingsClicking the GROUP tab brings up the SNMP GROUP SETTINGS page. This page helps you map a combinati

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309SNMP Group Access SettingsClicking the GROUP ACCESS tab brings up the SNMP GROUP ACCESS SETTINGS page, which displays the access rights of groups.

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13• Allow the hot plug hard drives and power supply units to cool before touching them.• Always keep the rack's front door and all panels and com

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4 Networking Switch Modules 310SNMP View Tree SettingsClicking the VIEW tab brings up the SNMP VIEW TREE SETTINGS page, which allows configuration o

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311subtrees. The VIEW NAME is the name for a family of view subtrees. This page also displays the STORAGE TYPE of the VIEWTREE table. SNMP Group and S

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4 Networking Switch Modules 312Clicking the TARGET ADDRESS tab brings up the SNMP TARGET ADDRESS SETTINGS page, which configures SNMP target address

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313SNMP Target Parameter SettingsClicking the TARGET PARAMETER tab brings up the SNMP TARGET PARAMETER SETTINGS page, which configures SNMP Target Add

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4 Networking Switch Modules 314SNMP User SettingsClicking the USER tab brings up the SNMP SECURITY SETTINGS page, which configures users configured

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315SNMP Trap SettingsClicking the TRAP MANAGER tab brings up the SNMP TRAP SETTINGS page, which configures the set of management targets that must rec

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4 Networking Switch Modules 316SNMP AgentXClicking the AGENTX link brings up the SNMP AGENTX SUBAGENT SETTINGS page, which allows you to configure S

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317RMONThe following pages can be used to set RMON (Remote Monitoring) features and settings:• “RMON Basic Settings” on page 317• “Event Configuration

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4 Networking Switch Modules 318Clicking the BASIC SETTINGS tab brings up the RMON BASIC SETTINGS page, which enables/disables the RMON feature using

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319RMON Alarm ConfigurationClicking the ALARM tab brings up the RMON ALARM CONFIGURATION page, which configures RMON Alarm paramters. The parameters f

Seite 268 - Figure 3-156. Boot Setup

2 Chassis Enclosure 14power supply connections other than the direct connections to the branch circuit (such as the use of power strips and so on).N

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4 Networking Switch Modules 320Interval This parameter specifies the time interval for which the alarm monitors the variable.Variable This parameter

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321Ethernet Statistics ConfigurationClicking the ETHERNET STATISTICS tab brings up the ETHERNET STATISTICS CONFIGURATION page, which configures RMON E

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4 Networking Switch Modules 322History Control ConfigurationClicking the HISTORY tab brings up the HISTORY CONTROL CONFIGURATION page, which configu

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323QoSThe QoS link of the System page opens the QoS Basic Settings page. This page allows you to configure QoS through following pages:• “QoS Basic S

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4 Networking Switch Modules 324QoS Classmap SettingsClicking the CLASSMAP tab brings up the QOS CLASSMAP SETTINGS page, which is used to classify th

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325QoS Policymap SettingsClicking the POLICYMAP tab brings up the QOS POLICYMAP SETTINGS page, which is used to specify action for a specified classma

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4 Networking Switch Modules 326CoSQ Scheduling AlgorithmClicking the COSQ ALGORITHM tab brings up the COSQ SCHEDULING ALGORITHM SETTINGS page, which

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327CoSQ Weight and Bandwidth ConfigurationClicking the COSQ TRAFFIC CLASS tab brings up the COSQ WEIGHT AND BANDWIDTH CONFIGURATIONS page, which allow

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4 Networking Switch Modules 328NTP SettingsClicking the NTP link brings up the NTP SETTINGS page, which configures the Network Time Protocol (NTP).

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329NTP Status This field enables or disables NTP in the switch. Configure the NTP SERVERS section to enable NTP.Receive Server UpdateThe value for thi

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15Installing an enclosure:1. Decide where you want to place the blade enclosure into the rack (see "Rack Mounting Considerations" in the pre

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4 Networking Switch Modules 330StackThe Acer switch supports stacking of Acer switch units. Switch stacking is created by connecting switches in a d

Seite 281 - 4 Networking

331The interface numbers change between stacking and non-stacking cases due to the switch ID. So configurations saved for stacking are not valid for n

Seite 282 - Acer 1/10Gb Ethernet Switch

4 Networking Switch Modules 332Figure 4-212. Stacking SwtichesNote: In a stack only one switch can be configured as master. Otherwise the slave swi

Seite 283 - Installing/Removing a Switch

333The following pages are available for configuring Stack settings;• “Stack Configuration” on page 334• “Stack Details” on page 335• “Stack Counters”

Seite 284 - Removing a Switch Module

4 Networking Switch Modules 334Stack ConfigurationClicking the STACK SETTINGS tab brings up the STACK CONFIGURATION page, which configures the stack

Seite 285 - Configuring the Switch Module

335Stack DetailsClicking the STACK DETAILS tab brings up the STACK DETAILS page, which displays stacking details. The parameters for this page are sho

Seite 286 - Address Defaults

4 Networking Switch Modules 336Stack MAC This parameter is used to specify the MAC address of this switch. This MAC address is used to communicate b

Seite 287 - OGIN screen

337Stack CountersClicking the STACK COUNTERS tab brings up the STACK COUNTERS DETAILS page, which displays statistics for stacking ports. The paramete

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4 Networking Switch Modules 338Note: HC refers to the High Capacity value of the counter used. The regular counter is 32-bit. The HC counter is 64-b

Seite 289 - Command Line

339Layer 2 Management The LAYER2 MANAGEMENT page has links to all pages with Layer2 controls.Layer 2 Basic SettingsClicking the LAYER2 BASIC STTINGS l

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2 Chassis Enclosure 165. (Optional step) Add the front left and right handles to the enclosure using five screws to secure each handle. Install a th

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4 Networking Switch Modules 340Port ManagerThe PORT MANAGER link has links to the following web pages:• “Port Basic Settings” on page 341• “Port Mon

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341Port Basic SettingsClicking the BASIC SETTINGS tab brings up the PORT BASIC SETTINGS page, which allows you to configure port status and mode infor

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4 Networking Switch Modules 342Port MonitoringClicking the PORT MONITORING tab brings up the PORT MONITORING page, which allows you to enable or dis

Seite 294 - Web-based Management Utility

343VLAN Traffic ClassClicking the TRAFFIC CLASS tab brings up the VLAN TRAFFIC CLASS MAPPING page, which allows you to map a priority to a traffic cla

Seite 295 - Nomenclature

4 Networking Switch Modules 344Port ControlClicking the PORT CONTROL tab brings up the PORT CONTROL page, which allows you to configure specific par

Seite 296 - OME page of the utility. See

345No-negotiation is chosen, then the speed of the link, FlowControl and duplex modes can be configured. The parameters for this page are shown in the

Seite 297 - Home Page

4 Networking Switch Modules 346Rate LimitingClicking the RATE LIMITING tab brings up the RATE LIMITING page (Figure 4-223), which allows you to conf

Seite 298 - Top Page Links

347Egress Port Rate LimitThis parameter allows you to specify the egress limit of packets per second.Egress Port Burst SizeThis parameter allows you t

Seite 299 - Left Side Tree

4 Networking Switch Modules 348VLANThe VLAN link allows to configure the VLAN information. VLAN configuration information has been provided in the f

Seite 300 - System Management Page

349In addition, the BASIC SETTINGS page provides the configuration3 of Bridge Mode (Customer /Provider) and the priority for tunneled STP BPDUs. When

Seite 301 - System Settings

17Figure 2-8. Enclosure Installed into Rack

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4 Networking Switch Modules 350Port SettingsClicking the PORT SETTINGS tab brings up the VLAN PORT SETTINGS page, which is used to associate the VLA

Seite 303 - System Version

351Static VLANClicking the STATIC VLANS tab brings up the STATIC VLAN CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure the VLAN related information s

Seite 304 - File Management

4 Networking Switch Modules 352Protocol GroupClicking the PROTOCOL GROUP tab brings up the VLAN PROTOCOL GROUP SETTINGS page, which is used to map P

Seite 305 - File Copy

353MAC Based VLANClicking the MAC BASED VLAN tab brings up the VLAN PORT MAC MAP page, which allows you to configure MAC based VLANs. The parameters f

Seite 306 - Management Security

4 Networking Switch Modules 354Unicast MACClicking the UNICAST MAC tab brings up the VLAN UNICAST MAC SETTINGS page, which allows you to configure t

Seite 307 - Enable Password

355WildcardClicking the WILDCARD tab brings up the WILDCARD SETTINGS page, which configures wildcard MAC addresses and ports for VLANs. The parameters

Seite 308 - Management User Account

4 Networking Switch Modules 356Switch Port VLANClicking the SWITCH PORT FILTERING tab brings up the SWITCHPORT VLAN FILTERING page, which configures

Seite 309 - Accounting

357Dynamic VlanThe Dynamic VLAN link allows you to configure the Dynamic VLAN information. Dynamic VLAN configuration information has been provided in

Seite 310 - TACACS+ Global Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 358Port ConfigurationClicking the PORT SETTINGS link brings up the DYNAMIC VLAN PORT CONFIGURATION page, which allows yo

Seite 311 - TACACS+ Server Configuration

359GARP TimersClicking the GARP TIMERS tab brings up the GARP TIMERS CONFIGURATION page, which displays the various parameters for changing Garp times

Seite 312 - IP Authorized Manager

2 Chassis Enclosure 18Chassis Management ModuleThe Chassis Management Module (CMM) (Figure 2-9) is a required module in a blade system. This “comman

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4 Networking Switch Modules 360RSTPThe RSTP link provides links to the following configuration pages:• “RSTP Global Settings” on page 360• “RSTP Bas

Seite 314 - SSH Configuration

361RSTP Basic SettingsClicking the BASIC SETTINGS tab brings up the RSTP CONFIGURATION page, which displays the various parameters for RSTP configurat

Seite 315 - SSL Configuration

4 Networking Switch Modules 362Port SettingsClicking the PORT SETTINGS tab brings up the PORT STATUS CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to set the

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363Protocol Migration This parameter controls the migration from RSTP to STP, if the other side of the switch runs STP. The migration takes place onl

Seite 317 - Syslog Configuration

4 Networking Switch Modules 364Port StatusClicking the PORT STATUS tab brings up the RSTP PORT STATUS page, which displays RSTP port specific inform

Seite 318 - Syslog Mail Configuration

365Type This parameter specifies the operational point-to-point status of the LAN segment attached to this port. It indicates whether a port is consid

Seite 319 - MAC Based ACL

4 Networking Switch Modules 366MSTPThe MSTP link leads you to the following configuration pages:• “MSTP Basic Settings” on page 366• “MSTP Timers” o

Seite 320 - IP Standard ACL

367Compatibility This parameter allows you to choose to run the protocol in MSTP, RSTP or an STP compatible version.Bridge Priority This parameter spe

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4 Networking Switch Modules 368MSTP TimersClicking the TIMERS tab brings up the TIMERS CONFIGURATION page, which configures the time for MAXIMUM HOP

Seite 322 - IP Extended ACL

369Port ConfigurationClicking the PORT CONFIGURATION tab brings up the CIST SETTINGS page, which sets the configuration per Port related to MSTP. The

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19Reset ButtonThe Reset button located on the front of the CMM module is used to reset the following software settings to their defaults:6USB Ports7

Seite 324 - WEBGUI Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 370VLAN MappingEdge Status This parameter must be configured if the corresponding port is an edge port.Point-to-Point St

Seite 325 - GENT CONTROL SETTINGS

371Clicking the VLAN MAPPING tab brings up the VLAN MAPPING page, whose table contains one entry for each instance of MSTP. The parameters for this pa

Seite 326 - SNMP Community Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 372CIST Port StatusClicking the CIST PORT STATUS tab brings up the MSTP CIST PORT STATUS page, which displays MSTP CIST

Seite 327 - Volatile Storage

373Parameter DescriptionDesignated Root This parameter specifies the unique Bridge Identifier of the Bridge recorded as the Root for the segment to w

Seite 328 - SNMP Group Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 374LAThe LA link provides links to the following configuration pages:• “LA Basic Settings” on page 374• “Interface Setti

Seite 329 - SNMP Group Access Settings

375Interface SettingsClicking the INTERFACE SETTINGS tab brings up the PORT CHANNEL INTERFACE BASIC SETTINGS page, which allows you to configure port

Seite 330 - SNMP View Tree Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 376Port SettingsClicking the PORT SETTINGS tab brings up the LA PORT SETTINGS page, which configures LA properties at a

Seite 331 - SNMP Target Address Settings

377Wait Time This parameter configures the waiting time for a port after receiving Partner information and before entering aggregation.Port State This

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4 Networking Switch Modules 378802.1xThe 802.1x link provides link to the following configuration pages:• “Basic Settings” on page 378• “Port Settin

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379Port SettingsClicking the PORT SETTINGS tab brings up the 802.1X PORT SETTINGS page, which configures security information at the individual port l

Seite 334 - SNMP User Settings

iv• Slots and openings are provided for ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating. These openings

Seite 335 - SNMP Trap Settings

2 Chassis Enclosure 20To reset these values, press and hold the Reset button for five seconds.USB SwitchFigure 2-10. USB Switch on Rear of CMMThe US

Seite 336 - SNMP AgentX

4 Networking Switch Modules 380Port Control This parameter specifies the control values of the Authenticator Port. The control values can be:• Force

Seite 337 - RMON Basic Settings

381TimersClicking the TIMERS tab brings up the 802.1X TIMER CONFIGURATION page, which configures Timer parameters at the individual port level. The pa

Seite 338 - Event Configuration

4 Networking Switch Modules 382Local ASClicking the LOCAL AS tab brings up the LOCAL AUTHENTICATION SERVER CONFIGURATION page, which configures Loca

Seite 339 - RMON Alarm Configuration

383MAC Session InfoClicking the MAC SESSION INFO tab brings up the MAC SESSION INFO page, which configures the supplicant MAC address. The parameters

Seite 340 - Falling Alarm

4 Networking Switch Modules 384FiltersThe Filters link allows you to configure Layer 2 packet filtering.The Layer 2 packet filtering management has

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385Multicast FiltersClicking the MULTICAST FILTERS tab brings up the L2 MULTICAST FILTER CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to set the filter config

Seite 342 - History Control Configuration

4 Networking Switch Modules 386Parameter DescriptionVLAN ID This parameter specifies the VLAN ID.MAC Address This parameter specifies the destinatio

Seite 343 - QoS Basic Settings

387Layer 3 ManagementThe LAYER 3 MANAGEMENT home page has links to all Layer 3 features.IPThe IP link enables you to perform IP related configuration.

Seite 344 - QoS Classmap Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 388Vlan InterfaceClicking the VLAN INTERFACE tab brings up the VLAN INTERFACE BASIC SETTINGS page, which allows configur

Seite 345 - QoS Policymap Settings

389IP V4 Interface SettingsClicking the IPV4 ADDR CONF tab brings up the IPV4 INTERFACE SETTINGS page, which allowsyou to configure the IP address for

Seite 346 - CoSQ Scheduling Algorithm

21Removing the Module:1. Pull out the release handle to the open position.2. Pull the module out of the bay.3. Replace immediately with another module

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4 Networking Switch Modules 390IP RouteClicking the IP ROUTE tab brings up the IP ROUTE CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure the static

Seite 348 - NTP Settings

391LoopBack Basic SettingsClicking the LOOPBACK SETTINGS tab brings up the LOOPBACK BASIC SETTINGS page, which allows you to configure loopback IP int

Seite 349 - NTP Servers Keys

4 Networking Switch Modules 392IP V6The IPV6 link allows you to perform IPv6 related configurations. This can be accomplished through the following

Seite 350 - Enabling Stacking

393IPv6 InterfaceClicking the IPV6 INTERFACE tab brings up the IPV6 INTERFACE SETTINGS page, which displays the various parameters for the IPv6 Interf

Seite 351 - Adding Stacking Members

4 Networking Switch Modules 394Admin This parameter indicates the Administrative Status of IPv6 on the Interface.Oper This parameter specifies the O

Seite 352 - Removing a stacked switch

395ND CacheClicking the ND CACHE tab brings up the ND CACHE CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.Paramete

Seite 353 - • “Stack Details” on page 335

4 Networking Switch Modules 396Address SettingsClicking the ADDRESS SETTINGS tab brings up the ADDRESS SETTINGS page, which allows you to configure

Seite 354 - Stack Configuration

397Address ProfileClicking the ADDRESS PROFILE tab brings up the ADDRESS PROFILE SETTINGS page. The parameters for this page are shown in the followin

Seite 355 - Stack Details

4 Networking Switch Modules 398Prefix SettingsClicking the PREFIX SETTINGS tab brings up the PREFIX CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page

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399DHCP ServerThe DHCP Server link helps you to manage the DHCP server in the switch through the following two pages:• “DHCP Basic Settings” on page 3

Seite 357 - Stack Counters

2 Chassis Enclosure 223. Choose “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” under the GENERAL tab and click on PROPERTIES (see Figure 2-11 ). Figure 2-11. Choose I

Seite 358 - High Capacity

4 Networking Switch Modules 400Pool SettingsClicking the POOL SETTINS link brings up the DHCP POOL SETTINGS page, which allows you to configure the

Seite 359 - Layer 2 Management

401DHCP RelayThe DHCP Relay link helps you to manage the DHCP relay in the switch through the following two pages:• “DHCP Relay Basic Settings” on pag

Seite 360 - Port Manager

4 Networking Switch Modules 402Interface SettingsClicking the INTERFACE CONF tab brings up the DHCP RELAY INTERFACE CONFIGURATION page, which allows

Seite 361 - Port Basic Settings

403RIPThe RIP link opens the following links for configuration of RIP protocol:• “RIP Basic Settings” on page 403• “Interfaces” on page 404• “Neighbor

Seite 362 - Port Monitoring

4 Networking Switch Modules 404InterfacesClicking the INTERFACE tab brings up the RIP INTERFACE page. The parameters for this page are shown in the

Seite 363 - VLAN Traffic Class

405IP Address This parameter specifies the IP address of the RIP interface.Status This parameter specifies the admin status of the interface.Split Hor

Seite 364 - Port Control

4 Networking Switch Modules 406Neighbors ListClicking the NEIGHBORS tab brings up the RIP NEIGHBOR LIST page, which is used to configure the RIP nei

Seite 365 - No-negotiation

407Security SettingsClicking the SECURITY tab brings up the RIP SECURITY SETTING page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.P

Seite 366 - Rate Limiting

4 Networking Switch Modules 408Address SummarizationClicking the SUMMARIZATION tab brings up the RIP INTERFACE SPECIFIC ADDRESS SUMMARIZATION page.

Seite 367

409RIPngThe RIP6 link allows you perform RIPv6 related configuration for the switch. This can be accomplished through the following two pages:• “RIP6

Seite 368 - VLAN Basic Settings

234. Manually configure the IP address of the computer system to be in the same address range as the CMM (see Figure 2-12).Example:• IP address: 192.1

Seite 369 - Customer /Provider

4 Networking Switch Modules 410FiltersClicking the FILTERS tab brings up the RIP6 FILTER CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are shown

Seite 370 - Port Settings

411OSPFThe OSPF link allows you to configure the OSPF protocol through the following pages:• “OSPF Basic Settings” on page 411• “Area” on page 413• “I

Seite 371 - Static VLAN

4 Networking Switch Modules 412Clicking the BASIC SETTINGS tab brings up the OSPF BASIC SETTINGS page. The parameters for this page are shown in .Pa

Seite 372 - Port Protocol

413AreaClicking the AREA tab brings up the OSPF AREA CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.Parameter Descr

Seite 373 - MAC Based VLAN

4 Networking Switch Modules 414InterfaceClicking the INTERFACE tab brings up the OSPF INTERFACE CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are

Seite 374 - Unicast MAC

415Virtual InterfaceClicking the VIRTUAL INTERFACE tab brings up the OSPF VIRTUAL INTERFACE CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are shown

Seite 375 - Wildcard

4 Networking Switch Modules 416OSPF NeighborClicking the NEIGHBOR tab brings up the OSPF NEIGHBOR CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure

Seite 376 - Switch Port VLAN

417OSPF RRD Route ConfigurationClicking the RRD ROUTE tab brings up the OSPF RRD ROUTE CONFIGURATION page, which displays the various parameters for R

Seite 377 - Dynamic Vlan

4 Networking Switch Modules 418OSPF Area AggregationClicking the AGGREGATION tab brings up the OSPF AREA AGGREGATION page. The parameters for this p

Seite 378 - Port Configuration

419External AggregationClicking the EXT AGGREGATION tab brings up the OSPF AS EXTERNAL AGGREGATION CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure O

Seite 379 - GARP Timers

2 Chassis Enclosure 24Figure 2-13). Please refer to the Acer Smart Blade Console section on page 28.Warning! Do not change any other setting, unless

Seite 380 - RSTP Global Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 420Aggregation Effect This parameter specifies the Aggreation option as one of the following:• Advertise – When set to

Seite 381 - RSTP Basic Settings

421OSPF V3The OSPFv3 link allows you to configure the OSPFv3 protocol through the following pages:• “OSPFv3 Basic Settings” on page 421• “Interface” o

Seite 382

4 Networking Switch Modules 422Area Border Router This parameter specifies the router as an area border router.External LSDB Limit This parameter s

Seite 383 - Dynamically

423InterfaceClicking the INTERFACE tab brings up the INTERFACE SETTINGS page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.Parameter

Seite 384 - Port Status

4 Networking Switch Modules 424Retransmission IntervalThis parameter indicates the number of seconds between the link-state advertisement retransmis

Seite 385

425AreaClicking the AREA tab brings up the OSPFV3 AREA SETTINGS page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.Parameter Descript

Seite 386 - MSTP Basic Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 426OSPF V3 External AggregationClicking the EXT AGGREGATION tab brings up the OSPF AS EXTERNAL AGGREGATION CONFIGURATION

Seite 387

427Area ID This parameter specifies the Area identifier.Aggregation Effect This parameter specifies the Aggreation option as one of the following:•

Seite 388 - MSTP Timers

4 Networking Switch Modules 428BGPThe BGP link allows you to configure the BGP protocol. Following are the configuration parameters available to man

Seite 389

429AS Number This parameter specifies the autonomous system to which the switch is connected, which is a read-only field.Synchronization The synchron

Seite 390 - VLAN Mapping

25Local KVMKVM stands for Keyboard/Video/Mouse. With KVM, a user can control multiple blades with a single keyboard/video/mouse setup. The maximum vid

Seite 391

4 Networking Switch Modules 430BGP Peer ConfigurationClicking the NEIGHBORS tab brings up the BGP PEER CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to confi

Seite 392 - CIST Port Status

431BGP MED ConfigurationClicking the MULTI-EXIT DISC tab brings up the BGP MED CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure the MED value for rou

Seite 393

4 Networking Switch Modules 432Local PreferenceRemote AS This parameter specifies the AS number from which the route update is received.IP Address P

Seite 394 - LA Basic Settings

433Clicking the LOCAL PREF tab brings up the BGP LOCAL PREFERENCE CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to configure the Local Preference value for rou

Seite 395 - Interface Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 434BGP FilterClicking the FILTERS tab brings up the BGP FILTER CONFIGURATION page, which is used to set the filters on t

Seite 396

435Route AggregationsClicking the ROUTE AGGR tab brings up the BGP ROUTE AGGREGATION CONFIGURATION page, which is used to aggregate and configure the

Seite 397

4 Networking Switch Modules 436Advanced BGP ConfigurationClicking the ADVANCED tab brings up the ADVANCED BGP CONFIGURATION page, which configures d

Seite 398 - Basic Settings

437Parameter DescriptionClient to Client ReflectionThis parameter configures the Route Reflector to support route reflection to client peers. By defau

Seite 399

4 Networking Switch Modules 438BGP Community ManagementClicking the COMMUNITY tab brings up the BGP COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT page, which configures BGP

Seite 400 - Port Based

439RRDThe RRD link allows you to manage the Route Redistribution with the help of the following pages:• “RRD Basic Settings” on page 440• “BGP” on pag

Seite 401

2 Chassis Enclosure 26Monitoring FunctionsUsed in conjunction with Acer Smart Blade Manager or Acer Smart Blade Console, the CMM module can monitor

Seite 402 - Local AS

4 Networking Switch Modules 440RRD Basic SettingsClicking the BASIC SETTINGS tab brings up the RRD BASIC SETTINGS page. The parameters for this page

Seite 403 - MAC Session Info

441BGPClicking the BGP tab brings up the RRD BGP CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to re-distribute the routes that are learnt through other routin

Seite 404 - Unicast Filters

4 Networking Switch Modules 442RIPClicking the RIP tab brings up the RRD RIP CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to re-distribute the routes that a

Seite 405 - Multicast Filters

443OSPFClicking the OSPF tab brings up the RRD OSPF CONFIGURATION page, which allows you to e-distribute the routes that are learnt through other rout

Seite 406

4 Networking Switch Modules 444• “RRD V6 OSPF” on page 446• “RRD RIP” on page 447RRD6 Basic SettingsClicking the BASIC SETTINGS tab brings up the RR

Seite 407 - Layer 3 Management

445FiltersClicking the FILTERS tab brings up the RRD6 FILTER CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.Paramet

Seite 408 - Vlan Interface

4 Networking Switch Modules 446RRD V6 OSPFClicking the OSPFV3 tab brings up the RRD6 OSPFV3 CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are sho

Seite 409 - IP V4 Interface Settings

447RRD RIPClicking the RP6 tab brings up the RRD RIPV6 CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.VRRPThe VRRP

Seite 410 - IP Route

4 Networking Switch Modules 448VRRP Basic SettingsClicking the BASIC SETTINGS tab brings up the VRRP BASIC SETTINGS page, whose single parameter all

Seite 411 - LoopBack Basic Settings

449Clicking the VRRP SETTINGS link brings up the VRRP SETTINGS page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.Parameter Descripti

Seite 412 - IPv6 Route Configuration

27Warning! One CMM module must be running to control the power systems and prevent overloading.FirmwareThe firmware for the CMM switch resides in the

Seite 413 - IPv6 Interface

4 Networking Switch Modules 450MulticastMULTICAST HOME page has links to multicast features in the switch.

Seite 414

451GMP SnoopingThe GMP Snooping link allows you to configure GMP Snooping through the following pages:• “IGMP Snooping Configuration” on page 451• “IG

Seite 415 - ND Cache

4 Networking Switch Modules 452Operational Status This parameter enables or disables IGMP snooping operationally in the switch. To enable IGS, GMRP

Seite 416 - Address Settings

453IGMP Snooping TimerClicking the TIMER tab brings up the IGMP SNOOPING TIMER CONFIGURATION page, which configures IGMP snooping timers. The paramete

Seite 417 - Address Profile

4 Networking Switch Modules 454IGMP Snooping InterfaceClicking the INTERFACE CONFIGURATION tab brings up the IGMP SNOOPING INTERFACE CONFIGURATION p

Seite 418 - Prefix Settings

455IGMP Snooping VLAN RouterClicking the ROUTE PORTS tab brings up the IGMP SNOOPING VLAN ROUTER PORTS page. The parameters for this page are shown in

Seite 419 - DHCP Server

4 Networking Switch Modules 456IGMP MAC ForwardingClicking the GROUP INFORMATION tab brings up the MAC BASED MULTICAST FORWARDING TABLE page, which

Seite 420 - Pool Settings

457Dynamic MulticastThe Dynamic Multicast link allows you to configure Dynamic Multicast through the following pages:• “Global Configuration” on page

Seite 421 - DHCP Relay

4 Networking Switch Modules 458Dynamic Multicast Port ConfigurationClicking the PORT SETTINGS tab brings up the DYNAMIC MULTICAST PORT CONFIGURATION

Seite 422

459IGMPThe IGMP page allows you to configure the IGMP protocol. The IGMP protocol in the switch can be configured through the following pages:• “Basic

Seite 423 - RIP Basic Settings

2 Chassis Enclosure 28Acer Smart Blade ConsoleIntroductionThe Acer Smart Blade Console is a web-based interface that consolidates and simplifies sys

Seite 424 - Interfaces

4 Networking Switch Modules 460Interface ConfigurationClicking the INTERFACE CONFIGURATION tab brings up the IGMP INTERFACE CONFIGURATION page. The

Seite 425 - END VERSION, but it allows

461Group InformationClicking the GROUP INFORMATION tab brings up the IGMP GROUP CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are shown in the foll

Seite 426 - Neighbors List

4 Networking Switch Modules 462Source InformationClicking the SOURCE INFORMATION tab brings up the IGMP SOURCE INFORMATION page. The parameters for

Seite 427 - Security Settings

463PIMThe PIM link allows you to perform PIM related configuration through the following pages:• “Basic Settings” on page 463• “Component” on page 464

Seite 428 - Address Summarization

4 Networking Switch Modules 464ComponentClicking the COMPONENT tab brings up the PIM COMPONENT CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are

Seite 429 - RIP6 Interface

465InterfacesClicking the INTERFACES tab brings up the PIM INTERFACE CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table

Seite 430

4 Networking Switch Modules 466Candidate RPsClicking the CANDIDATE RPS tab brings up the CANDIDATE RP CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this pa

Seite 431 - OSPF Basic Settings

467ThresholdClicking the THRESHOLD tab brings up the PIM THRESHOLD CONFIGURATION page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.P

Seite 432

4 Networking Switch Modules 468Static RPParameter DescriptionGroup Threshold This parameter is a bits-per-second (BPS) value that when it exceeds a

Seite 433

469Clicking the STATIC RP tab brings up the STATIC RP CONFIGURATION page, which configure static PIM RPs (Rendezvous Points). The parameters for this

Seite 434 - Interface

29Address DefaultsThe following table shows the default addresses that are initially set for the CMM. Afterwards, you can change these values within t

Seite 435 - Virtual Interface

4 Networking Switch Modules 470DVMRP Basic SettingsClicking the BASIC SETTINGS tab brings up the DVMRP BASIC SETTINGS page. The parameters for this

Seite 436 - OSPF Neighbor

471InterfacesClicking the INTERFACES tab brings up the DVMRP INTERFACE SETTINGS page, which displays the following parameters: Interface, IP Address,

Seite 437 - OSPF RRD Route Configuration

4 Networking Switch Modules 472StatisticsThe STATISTICS HOME page contains links to all statistical information for all switch features.InterfaceThe

Seite 438 - OSPF Area Aggregation

473Interface StatisticsClicking the INTERFACE tab brings up the INTERFACE STATISTICS page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following tab

Seite 439 - External Aggregation

4 Networking Switch Modules 474Ethernet StatisticsClicking the ETHERNET tab brings up the ETHERNET STATISTICS page. The parameters for this page are

Seite 440 - Parameter Description

475Parameter DescriptionIndex This parameter specifies the port index.Alignment Errors This parameter specifies the number of alignment errors. Alighm

Seite 441 - OSPFv3 Basic Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 476RadiusClicking the RADIUS link brings up the RADIUS SERVER STATISTICS page. The parameters for this page are shown in

Seite 442

477No of Retransmitted Packets This parameter specifies the number of packets retransmitted.No of Access-Accept PacketsThis parameter specifies the nu

Seite 443

4 Networking Switch Modules 478TACACS+ StatisticsClicking the TACACS+ link brings up the TACACS+ STATISTICS page. The parameters for this page are s

Seite 444

479Authentication Get Pass ReceivedThis parameter specifies the number of authentication get passes received.Authentication Get Data ReceivedThis para

Seite 445

vgrounded power outlet. Contact your electrician for details.Warning! The grounding pin is a safety feature. Using a power outlet that is not properly

Seite 446 - OSPF V3 External Aggregation

2 Chassis Enclosure 30Main Menu IconsThe icons below in the following table cover the main functions of IPMI. Clicking on an icon will reveal a subm

Seite 447 - – When set to

4 Networking Switch Modules 480RMON Ethernet StatisticsAccounting Stop RequestsThis parameter specifies the number of accounting stop requests.Accou

Seite 448 - BGP Basic Settings

481Clicking the RMON link brings up the RMON ETHERNET STATISTICS page, which displays RMON Ethernet statistics information. The parameters for this pa

Seite 449

4 Networking Switch Modules 482256-511 Octets This parameter specifies the number of Ethernet packets received with a size between 256 and 511 bytes

Seite 450 - BGP Peer Configuration

483SNMP StatisticsThe SNMP Statistics link allows you to configure SNMP Statistics through the following pages:• “Agent” on page 483• “SNMP AgentX” on

Seite 451 - BGP MED Configuration

4 Networking Switch Modules 484SNMP Get Next PDU'sThis parameter specifies the number of SNMP Get Next PDU's.SNMP Set Request PDU'sTh

Seite 452 - Local Preference

485SNMP AgentXClicking the AGENTX link brings up the AGENTX SUBAGENT STATISTICS page (not shown), which displays Agentx Subagent information. The para

Seite 453

4 Networking Switch Modules 486Received StatisticsReceived Packets This parameter specifies the number of packets received.Get Request PDU This para

Seite 454 - BGP Filter

487VLAN The VLAN link allows you to view VLAN statistics through the following pages:• “Current DB” on page 487• “VLAN Port Statistics” on page 488• “

Seite 455 - Route Aggregations

4 Networking Switch Modules 488VLAN Port StatisticsClicking the PORT STATISTICS tab brings up the VLAN PORT STATISTICS page, which displays the vari

Seite 456 - Advanced BGP Configuration

489VLAN Multicast TableClicking the MULTICAST TABLE tab brings up the VLAN MULTICAST TABLE page, which displays multicast VLAN information. The parame

Seite 457

31Log OutFrom any page, click on the LOG OUT icon at the top right of the screen to log out of the Acer Smart Blade Console.Click on this icon to conf

Seite 458 - BGP Community Management

4 Networking Switch Modules 490VLAN Counter StatisticsClicking the COUNTER STATISTICS link brings up the VLAN COUNTER STATISTICS page, which display

Seite 459

491VLAN CapabilitiesClicking the CAPABILITIES tab brings up the VLAN CAPABILITIES page, which displays the VLAN capabilities of the switch. The parame

Seite 460 - RRD Basic Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 492VLAN FDB EntriesClicking the FDB ENTRIES tab brings up the VLAN FDB ENTRIES page, which displays VLAN filter database

Seite 461 - OSPF routes

493RSTP StatisticsThe RSTP STATISTICS link allows you to view RSTP statistics through the following pages:• “RSTP Information” on page 493• “RSTP Port

Seite 462 - BGP routes

4 Networking Switch Modules 494RSTP Port StatisticsClicking the PORT STATISTICS tab brings up the RSTP PORT STATISTICS page, which displays RSTP por

Seite 463

495Received Configuration BPDUsThis parameter specifies the number of config BPDUs received.Received TCN This parameter specifies the number of topolo

Seite 464 - RRD6 Basic Settings

4 Networking Switch Modules 496MSTP StatisticsThe MSTP Statistics link allows you to view MSTP statistics through the following pages:• “MSTP Inform

Seite 465

497MSTP CIST StatisticsClicking the CIST PORT STATISTICS tab brings up the MSTP CIST PORT STATISTICS page, which displays STP CIST port level statisti

Seite 466 - RRD V6 OSPF

4 Networking Switch Modules 498Received RST BPDUsThis parameter specifies the number of RSTP BPDUs received.Received Config BPDUsThis parameter spec

Seite 467 - OSPFv3 routes

499MSTP MSTI Port StatisticsClicking the MSTI PORT STATISTICS tab brings up the MSTP MSTI PORT STATISTICS page, which displays MSTP MSTI port level st

Seite 468 - VRRP Settings

2 Chassis Enclosure 32Blade SystemThe BLADE SYSTEM menu allows you to access and configure the various blades in your AB7000 system. Clicking the BL

Seite 469 - REEMPT MODE

4 Networking Switch Modules 500Link Aggregation (LA)The Link Aggregation link allows you to view Link Aggregation (LA) statistics through the follow

Seite 470 - Multicast

501Parameter DescriptionPort This parameter specifies the port index.Received PDUs This parameter specifies the number of LACP PDUs received.Received

Seite 471 - GMP Snooping

4 Networking Switch Modules 502LA Neighbor StatisticsClicking the NEIGHBOR STATS tab brings up the LA NEIGHBOR STATISTICS INFORMATION page, which di

Seite 472 - Disabled

503802.1X Session StatisticsClicking the SESSION STATS tab brings up the 802.1X SESSION STATISTICS page, which displays 802.1x statistics information.

Seite 473 - IGMP Snooping Timer

4 Networking Switch Modules 504802.1X Supplicant StatisticsClicking the SUPP SESSION STATS tab brings up the 802.1X SUPPLICANT SESSION STATISTICS pa

Seite 474 - IGMP Snooping Interface

505Mac Session StatisticsEapol Resp FrTx This parameter specifies the number of the EAPOL response packet frame transmitted.Eapol ReqId FrRx This para

Seite 475 - IGMP Snooping VLAN Router

4 Networking Switch Modules 506Clicking the MAC SESSION STATS tab brings up the MAC SESSION STATISTICS page, which displays statistics information a

Seite 476 - IGMP MAC Forwarding

507IPThe IP link allows you to view IP statistics through the following pages:• “ARP Cache” on page 507• “ICMP Statistics” on page 508ARP CacheClickin

Seite 477 - Dynamic Multicast

4 Networking Switch Modules 508ICMP StatisticsClicking the ICMP STATISTICS tab brings up the ICMP STATISTICS page, which displays ICMP statistics in

Seite 478 - EGISTRATION on this port

509Receive Destination UnreachableThis parameter specifies the number of received destination unreachables.Received Redirect This parameter specifie

Seite 479

33Figure 2-15. Blade Status ScreenItem Name Description1 Power On Click to apply power to (power up) a selected blade module.2 Power Off Click to remo

Seite 480 - Interface Configuration

4 Networking Switch Modules 510IPv6The IPv6 link allows you to view IPv6 statistics through the following pages:• “IP V6 Interface Statistics” on pa

Seite 481 - Group Information

511Addr Errs This parameter specifies the number of IPv6 packets received with address errors.Fwd Dgrams This parameter specifies the number of IPv6 d

Seite 482 - Source Information

4 Networking Switch Modules 512ICMP V6 StatisticsClicking the ICMPV6 tab brings up the ICMPV6 STATISTICS page, which displays ICMPv6 statistics. The

Seite 483

513In Time Excds This parameter specifies the number of receive timeouts.In Param Probs This parameter specifies the number of parameters probed.In Pk

Seite 484 - Component

4 Networking Switch Modules 514Out Param Probs This parameter specifies the number of parameters probed.Out Pkts Too Big This parameter specifies

Seite 485

515RIP StatisticsClicking the RIP link brings up the RIP INTERFACE STATISTICS page, which displays RIP statistics. The parameters for this page are sh

Seite 486 - Candidate RPs

4 Networking Switch Modules 516RIP6The RIP6 link allows you to view RIP6 statistics through the following pages:• “RIP6 Interface Statistics” on pag

Seite 487 - Threshold

517RIP6 Route InformationIn Unk-Cmd This parameter specifies the number of RIPng unknown command packets received.In Other-Ver This parameter specifi

Seite 488 - Static RP

4 Networking Switch Modules 518Clicking the ROUTE INFORMATION tab brings up the RIP6 ROUTE INFORMATION page, which displays information about RIPng

Seite 489

519OSPFThe OSPF link allows you to view OSPF statistics through the following pages:• “OSPF Route Information” on page 519• “OSPF Link State DB” on pa

Seite 490 - DVMRP Basic Settings

2 Chassis Enclosure 34Power SupplyClick on POWER SUPPLY to reveal the POWER SUPPLY STATUS screen (Figure 2-16). The POWER SUPPLY option in the BLADE

Seite 491

4 Networking Switch Modules 520OSPF Link State DBClicking the LINK STATE DATABASE tab brings up the OSPF LINK STATE DATABASE page, which displays in

Seite 492 - Statistics

521OSPFv3The OSPFv3 link allows you to view OSPFv3 statistics through the following pages:• “OSPFV3 Route Information” on page 521• “OSPFV3 Link State

Seite 493 - Interface Statistics

4 Networking Switch Modules 522OSPFV3 Link State DBClicking the OSPFV3 LINK STATE DATABASE tab brings up the OSPFV3 LINK STATE DATABASE page, which

Seite 494 - Ethernet Statistics

523VRRP StatisticsClicking the VRRP link brings up the VRRP STATISTICS page, which displays VRRP global statistics and VRRP router specific statistics

Seite 495

4 Networking Switch Modules 524Parameter DescriptionVRRP Global Statistics Checksum Errors This parameter specifies the number of checksum errors.Ve

Seite 496 - OUND TRIP TIME in seconds

525IGMP SnoopingThe IGMP link allows you to view IGMP statistics through the following pages:• “IGMP Snooping Clear Statistics” on page 525• “IGMP Sno

Seite 497

4 Networking Switch Modules 526IGMP Snooping V1/V2 StatisticsClicking the IGS STATISTICS tab brings up the IGMP SNOOPING V1/V2 STATISTICS page, whic

Seite 498 - TACACS+ Statistics

527Group Queries ReceivedThis parameter specifies the number of group query packets received.Group and Source Queries Received This parameter specifie

Seite 499

4 Networking Switch Modules 528IGMP Snooping V3 StatisticsClicking the IGS V3 STATISTICS tab brings up the IGMP SNOOPING V3 STATISTICS page, which d

Seite 500 - RMON Ethernet Statistics

529IGMP StatisticsClicking the IGMP link brings up the IGMP ROUTE STATISTICS page, which displays IGMP route information. The parameters for this page

Seite 501 - THERNET STATISTICS page

35Gigabit SwitchClick on GIGABIT SWITCH to reveal the GIGABIT SWITCH STATUS screen (Figure 2-17). The GIGABIT SWITCH option in the BLADE SYSTEM submen

Seite 502

4 Networking Switch Modules 530Group and Source Queries ReceivedThis parameter specifies the number of group and source query packets received.IGMP

Seite 503 - SNMP Statistics

531PIMThe PIM link allows you to view PIM statistics through the following pages:• “PIM Interface Statistics” on page 531• “PIM Neighbor Statistics” o

Seite 504

4 Networking Switch Modules 532PIM Neighbor StatisticsClicking the NEIGHBOR STATS tab brings up the PIM NEIGHBOR STATISTICS page, which displays PIM

Seite 505

533PIM BSR InfoClicking the BSR INFO tab brings up the PIM BSR INFO page. The parameters for this page are shown in the following table.Expiry This pa

Seite 506 - Received Statistics

4 Networking Switch Modules 534PIM RP Set InformationClicking the RP SET INFO tab brings up the PIM RP INFORMATION page, which displays PIM RP infor

Seite 507 - Current DB

535PIM Route InformationClicking the MROUTE INFO tab brings up the PIM ROUTE INFORMATION page, which displays PIM route information. The parameters fo

Seite 508 - VLAN Port Statistics

4 Networking Switch Modules 536Interface This parameter specifies the Up Time This parameter specifies the up time in seconds.Expiry Time This param

Seite 509 - VLAN Multicast Table

537DVMRPThe DVMRP link allows you to view DVMRP statistics through the following pages:• “DVMRP Routers” on page 537• “DVMRP Multicast Routers” on pag

Seite 510 - VLAN Counter Statistics

4 Networking Switch Modules 538DVMRP Multicast RoutersClicking the MULTICAST ROUTES tab brings up the DVMRP MULTICAST ROUTES page, which displays DV

Seite 511 - VLAN Capabilities

539DVMRP Prune StatisticsClicking the PRUNE FORWARD tab brings up the DVMRP PRUNE STATISTICS page, which DVMRP prune statistics information. The param

Seite 512 - VLAN FDB Entries

2 Chassis Enclosure 36Figure 2-17. Gibabit Switch Status ScreenNote: Initially, you must manually enter the IP address for each GbE switch to gain

Seite 513 - RSTP Statistics

4 Networking Switch Modules 540Firmware Upgrading ProceduresThe procedures for firmware upgrading and using a fallback firmware image are listed bel

Seite 514 - RSTP Port Statistics

541firmware image.Accessing the Switch Firmware through the Web-based Management Utility1. Enter the IP address of the switch into the address bar of

Seite 515

4 Networking Switch Modules 542Note: The numbers in the Product Type entry change depending upon the switch you are using.3. Once the boot sequence

Seite 516 - MSTP Statistics

543Use the "H" option to set hardware information by typing the character H. This will display the hardware information that can be changed

Seite 517 - MSTP CIST Statistics

4 Networking Switch Modules 544Upgrading Fallback Firmware using TFTP:To upgrade fallback firmware using TFTP, use the procedure below.1. Copy the l

Seite 518

545Hit any key to stop autoboot: 53. Once the boot sequence is interrupted, it will display menu options.Use the "H" option to set hardware

Seite 519 - MSTP MSTI Port Statistics

4 Networking Switch Modules 54614. If the download fails, check the IP address, file name, network connections and configurations to reach the TFTP

Seite 520 - Link Aggregation (LA)

547InfiniBand ModulesOverviewInfiniBand is a switch-based, point-to-point bidirectional serial link network communications architecture. Acer offers t

Seite 521

4 Networking Switch Modules 548Note: The 10GbE module also requires the same double-wide bay as the InfiniBand switch module and may be installed in

Seite 522 - LA Neighbor Statistics

549Item Description1System error. Fault LED (Red)11 If the fault LED goes on, the QDR switch operation is stopped. It then needs a hardware reset o

Seite 523 - 802.1X Session Statistics

37After gaining access to the GbE switch(es), you can use the reset button to reset their configurations to the default settings. The reset button wil

Seite 524 - 802.1X Supplicant Statistics

4 Networking Switch Modules 550Acer 4X QDR InfiniBand Switch Modulewith Integrated CMMFigure 4-225. SBM-IBS-Q3616M InfiniBand Switch ModuleItem Desc

Seite 525 - Mac Session Statistics

551The module includes an integrated Chassis Management Module (CMM) installed as an add-on-module inside the switch chassis. This allows installation

Seite 526

4 Networking Switch Modules 552Configuring the InfiniBand Switch ModuleMaintenance and configuration of the InfiniBand module within a Windows OS is

Seite 527 - ARP Cache

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager

Seite 528 - ICMP Statistics

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 554Acer Smart Blade Manager IntroductionAcer Smart Blade Manager sends messages to and from the CMM (Chassis Management M

Seite 529

555Blade System tabOnce you log in successfully, you will be redirected to the Blade System tab. This is the main Acer Blade Server management User In

Seite 530 - IP V6 Interface Statistics

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 556The Blade System tab has a detach button at the upper-right of the window. Click on it to detach the UI as a standal

Seite 531

557View Option: Allows you to show or hide the module status, picture and number. The different views are shown below.Right-click on a blade system pi

Seite 532 - ICMP V6 Statistics

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 558ID: Shows the status of the ID LED. Check Enable to enable the ID. Once enabled, the ID LED on the blade panel will fl

Seite 533

559Power SupplySelect a power supply module to display the Power Supply UI in the Blade System tab area. This UI includes the following:StatusPower St

Seite 534

2 Chassis Enclosure 38Figure 2-19. CMM Status ScreenItem Name Description1 CMM Operation ModeUse this control to specify either Enterprise Blade Mod

Seite 535 - RIP Statistics

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 560settings. After changing the fan speed, you should see the fan rpm change on the status screen.Note: These settings af

Seite 536 - RIP6 Interface Statistics

561Acer switchClick an Acer switch module to display the Acer switch UI.StatusPower Status: Shows the current power status of the selected Acer switch

Seite 537 - RIP6 Route Information

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 562TemperatureShows the current Acer switch temperature. Acer Switch ConfigurationAcer switch configuration is a web inte

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563Note: This only resets the username and password; it does not affect the Acer switch login to Acer Smart Blade Manager.The gigabit Pass Thru module

Seite 539 - OSPF Route Information

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 564CMMSelect one of the CMM modules to open the CMM UI.StatusIP: Shows the CMM IP address.Master/Slave: Shows the CMM mas

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565Note: The time cannot automatically be adjusted for daylight saving time. You will need to manually adjust the UTC offset twice a year to compensat

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5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 566Slave CMMSelecting the Slave CMM gives you less information on the CMM. Only IP, Master/Slave and Status information i

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567Temperature: Shows the temperature status.Power ControlPower On: Click to turn on the InfiniBand module.Power Off: Click to turn off the InfiniBand

Seite 543 - VRRP Statistics

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 568Failure SummaryThe Failure Summary is a list of failures that occurred in the blade server. The failure table shows th

Seite 544 - VRRP Global Statistics

569Blade SummaryThe Blade Summary gives an overview of all blade systems installed in the blade server. The summary table has symbols for Power Status

Seite 545 - IGMP Snooping

395 Primary Time ServerEnter the IP Address for the primary NTP server that you want to synchronize with the CMM internal real-time clock. NOTE: Dayli

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5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 570is insufficient, it may not be possible to turn on additional blade systems.Switch Summary UIThe Switch Summary gives

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571Text ConsoleThe Text Console (SOL) is a basic function of IPMI and provided by Server. Click the Text Console tab to open the UI. click Start at t

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5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 572and power down. When a blade system is turned off, pressing the power button will turn on the blade system.KVM console

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573Note: The keyboard/mouse may behave differently on different operating systems. Select Options > Keyboard/Mouse Settings… to change the keyboard

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5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 574Event LogAcer blade servers log system events using standard IPMI formats. To see the event logs, click the Event Log

Seite 551 - PIM Interface Statistics

575Logon ManagementThe Logon Management tab displayes up to 63 user accounts. Click Get User button to retrieve the current user list. Each user has a

Seite 552 - PIM Neighbor Statistics

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 576To create a new user, click New User. A New User dialog box opens and allows the adminstrator to enter the required in

Seite 553 - PIM BSR Info

577Virtual MediaThe CMM module supports the use of two virtual drives with the same function as a SIM IPMI device.Note: The virtual drive in the CMM m

Seite 554 - PIM RP Set Information

5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 578CMM SettingThe CMM Setting tab provides LAN configuration, SNMP setting and CMM information.LAN Configuration: Shows t

Seite 555 - PIM Route Information

579Connecting to the Slave CMMIf you have installed two CMMs in one blade server, one should be assigned as the master CMM and the other as the slave

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viAdditional safety informationYour device and its enhancements may contain small parts. Keep them out of the reach of small children.Disposal inst

Seite 557 - DVMRP Routers

2 Chassis Enclosure 40Virtual MediaThe VIRTUAL MEDIA menu allows you to configure the various media and drive systems in your AB7000 system. Clickin

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5 Acer Smart Blade Manager 580

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Appendix A: Troubleshooting

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Appendix A: Troubleshooting 582BIOS POST MessagesDuring the Power-On Self-Test (POST), the BIOS will check for problems. If a problem is found, the

Seite 561 - Management Utility

583System CMOS checksum bad - Default configuration usedSystem CMOS has been corrupted or modified incorrectly, perhaps by an application program that

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Appendix A: Troubleshooting 584System cache error - Cache disabledRAM cache failed and BIOS disabled the cache. On older boards, check the cache jum

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585PS/2 Mouse Boot Summary Screen:PS/2 Mouse installed.nnnn kB Extended RAM PassedWhere nnnn is the amount of RAM in kilobytes successfully tested.nnn

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Appendix A: Troubleshooting 586Press <F2> to enter Setup Optional message displayed during POST. Can be turned off in Setup.PS/2 Mouse: PS/2 m

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587BIOS POST CodesThis section lists the POST (Power-On Self-Test) codes for the AMI BIOS. POST codes are divided into two categories: recoverable and

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Appendix A: Troubleshooting 5880Eh Initialize I/O component0Fh Initialize the local bus IDE10h Initialize Power Management11h Load alternate reg

Seite 567 - InfiniBand Modules

58936h Warm start shut down38h Shadow system BIOS ROM3Ah Auto size cache3Ch Advanced configuration of chipset registers3Dh Load alternate registers

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41CD-ROMThe CD-ROM IMAGE option allows you to emulate a CD-ROM drive in the host system to upload images to a remote blade module. The CD-ROM IMAGE sc

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Appendix A: Troubleshooting 59059h Initialize POST display service5Ah Display prompt “Press F2 to enter SETUP”5Bh Disable CPU cache5Ch Test RAM

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59182h Detect and install external RS232 ports83h Configure non-MCD IDE controllers84h Detect and install external parallel ports85h Initialize PC-com

Seite 571 - InfiniBand Switch LEDs

Appendix A: Troubleshooting 5929Dh Initialize security engine (optional)9Eh Enable hardware interrupts9Fh Determine number of ATA and SCSI drives

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593The following are for the boot block in Flash ROM:BFh Check virus and backup remindersC0h Try to boot with INT 19C1h Initialize POST Error Manag

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Appendix A: Troubleshooting 594If the BIOS detects error 2C, 2E, or 30 (base 512K RAM error), it displays an additional word-bitmap (xxxx) indicatin

Seite 574 - Acer Smart Blade Manager

595failed. For example, “2C 0002” means address line 1 (bit one set) has failed. “2E 1020" means data bits 12 and 5 (bits 12 and 5 set) have fail

Seite 575 - Blade System tab

Appendix A: Troubleshooting 596

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597IndexAAB2x280 F1BIOS 219Components 206Hard Disk Drives 218Mainboard 208Onboard SATA RAID Con figura-tion 256AB460 F1 147BIOS 1

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Index 598218AB460 F1 HDD 163Installation 98IInfinibandAcer Smart Blade Console 37Acer Smart Blade Manager 566Infiniband mezzanine cardIn

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2 Chassis Enclosure 42Drive RedirectionThe DRIVE REDIRECTION option in the VIRTUAL MEDIA submenu allows you to configure redirection settings. The D

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43Figure 2-22. Drive Redirections ScreenItem Name Description1 Active Image (Drive1)This box displays if any virtual device/image has been connected t

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2 Chassis Enclosure 44OptionsThe OPTIONS selection in the VIRTUAL MEDIA submenu allows you to configure Virtual Media Options. The OPTIONS screen (F

Seite 581 - Acer switch

45System HealthThe SYSTEM HEALTH menu allows you to access and configure logs and alert settings in your AB7000 system. Clicking the SYSTEM HEALTH ico

Seite 582 - Acer Switch Configuration

2 Chassis Enclosure 46Click on the three headings at the top of the list in the IPMI ALERT CONFIGURATION screen (Figure 2-25) to sort between the th

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47User ManagementThe USER MANAGEMENT menu allows you to configure users for your AB7000 system. Clicking the USER MANAGEMENT icon allows you to access

Seite 584 - Setting CMM time

2 Chassis Enclosure 48Users & GroupsThe USERS & GROUPS screen (Figure 2-27) is where you specify and manage groups and users, which helps yo

Seite 585 - Flash Firmware

496Email AddressType in the user's email address in this window (optional).7 Mobile PhoneType in the user's mobile phone number (optional).8

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viiIf you have these symptoms, or any other recurring or persistent discomfort and/or pain related to computer use, consult a physician immediately an

Seite 587 - Voltage and Temperature

2 Chassis Enclosure 50PermissionsYou can use the PERMISSIONS option to grant and deny access to various IPMI functions in the PERMISSIONS screen (Fi

Seite 588 - Failure Summary

51Item Name Description1Show Permissions for User/GroupClick on the pull-down arrow to activate the user/group permissions selection menu.2 Update Cli

Seite 589 - Power Supply Summary UI

2 Chassis Enclosure 52KVM SettingsThe KVM SETTINGS menu allows you configure keyboard, mouse and console settings. Clicking the KVM SETTINGS icon al

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53The controls found in the above sections are shown and described in detail in the following table.Figure 2-29. KVM Settings ScreenItem Name Descript

Seite 591 - Text Console

2 Chassis Enclosure 543 Automatic DetectionSelect this option to allow the CMM to automatically detect the networking configuration settings (such a

Seite 592 - KVM console

55Keyboard/MouseSelecting the KEYBOARD/MOUSE option in the KVM SETTINGS submenu allows you to specify the parameters for the keyboard and mouse on the

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2 Chassis Enclosure 56Item Name Description1 Keyboard ModelClick the arrow for the pull-down menu to specify the type of keyboard.2Key Release Timeo

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57Device SettingsUse the DEVICE SETTINGS menu for configuring network, security and log settings for your AB7000 system. Clicking the DEVICE SETTINGS

Seite 595 - Logon Management

2 Chassis Enclosure 58Figure 2-31. Network ScreenItem Name Description1IP Auto ConfigurationClick on the pull-down menu to select a desired item f

Seite 596 - Update Password

597 Secondary DNS Server IP AddressEnter the IP address of the Secondary Domain Name Server in the box. It will be used when the Primary DNS Server ca

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viii• Keep your head at a higher level than the top edge of the display so your eyes point downward when looking at the middle of the display.• Adj

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2 Chassis Enclosure 60Dynamic DNSSelecting the DYNAMIC DNS option from the DEVICE SETTINGS submenu brings up the DYNAMIC DNS SETTINGS screen (Figure

Seite 599 - Connecting to the Slave CMM

61SecuritySelecting the SECURITY option from the DEVICE SETTINGS submenu brings up the SECURITY screen (Figure 2-33). Use this screen to configure the

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2 Chassis Enclosure 62Figure 2-33. Security ScreenItem Name Description1Force HTTPS for Web AccessCheck this box to enable Force HTTPS for Web Acces

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634 Default PolicyWhen IP ACCESS CONTROL is enabled, you can select either Accept or Drop from this pull-down menu to either allow or deny access acco

Seite 602 - BIOS POST Messages

2 Chassis Enclosure 64Event LogSelecting the EVENT LOG option from the DEVICE SETTINGS submenu brings up the DEVICE SETTINGS EVENT LOG screen (Figur

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65Item Name Description1List Logging EnabledCheck this box to activate the event-logging list. To show the event log list, click on EVENT LOG under

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2 Chassis Enclosure 6612 SNMP Logging EnabledCheck this box to enable SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) logging.13 Destination IPEnter the I

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67MaintenanceUse the MAINTENANCE menu for maintenance configurations on your AB7000 system. Clicking the MAINTENANCE icon allows you to access the fol

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2 Chassis Enclosure 68Event LogClicking the EVENT LOG option in the MAINTENANCE submenu brings up the MAINTENANCE EVENT LOG LIST screen (Figure 2-36

Seite 607 - BIOS POST Codes

69Figure 2-37. Update Firmware ScreenUnit ResetClicking the UNIT RESET option in the MAINTENANCE submenu brings up the UNIT RESET screen (Figure 2-38)

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ixRegulations and safety noticesFCC noticeThis device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Par

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2 Chassis Enclosure 70Figure 2-38. Unit Reset ScreenItem Name Description1 Reset Keyboard/Mosue (USB)Click the RESET icon to reset the Keyboard/Mous

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71Remote ConsoleThis chapter covers the use of the Remote Console in the Acer Smart Blade Console. Activating the remote console may be done in two wa

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2 Chassis Enclosure 72Figure 2-39. Remote Console Interface ScreenItem Name Description1Drive Screen ButtonClick on this button to open and display

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73Drive Redirection ScreenThe DRIVE REDIRECTION screen is shown in Figure 2-40 and its controls are listed in the following table.Figure 2-40. Drive R

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2 Chassis Enclosure 74To use this function, you need to click the FLOPPY hot key button displayed on the upper right corner of the screen. Note: Hot

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75The following items are included in the OPTIONS Menu and described in more detail in the sections below:• Monitor Only• Exclusive Access• Readabilit

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2 Chassis Enclosure 76ScalingThis item allows the user to scale the remote console screen to the desired size. Click on this button to access its su

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77Video SettingsThis item allows the user to set the monitor display settings by clicking on the VIDEO SETTINGS button. After you've clicked the

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2 Chassis Enclosure 78world languages. When the language list displays, select the language you want to use by clicking on it (see Figure 2-45). Fig

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79After you've clicked the HOTKEY button, the submenu displays as shown in Figure 2-46.Figure 2-46. HotkeysEncodingThis item allows the user to s

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