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FusionServer Pro E9000 Server iBMC (Earlier Than V250) User Guide 31

This document describes the underlying management software Intelligent Baseboard Management Controller (iBMC) of the servers.
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Alarm & SEL

Alarm & SEL

Current Alarms

Function Description

The Current Alarms page allows you to view active alarms that have not been cleared.

Page Description

On the menu bar, choose Alarm & SEL. In the navigation tree, choose Current Alarms. The Current Alarms page is displayed.



Procedure
  1. In the Current Alarms page, click next to an event source to view alarm details of this event source.
    NOTE:

    To collapse alarm details, click .

Events Logs

Function Description

The Events Logs page allows you to view and search for events, and download and delete all events.

Page Description

On the menu bar, choose Alarm & SEL. In the navigation tree, choose Events Logs. The Events Logs page is displayed.



Parameter Description
Table 5-10 Parameters in the Search Condition area

Parameter

Description

Severity

Specifies the event severity.

Value: All, Critical, Major, Minor, or Normal

Setting method: Select one or more check boxes.

Event Source

Specifies the type of the component for which events were generated.

Value: All, Cpu, Dimm, MainBoard, Fan, or PowerSupply, and so on. The value range varies according to the server model.

Setting method: Select one or more check boxes.

Generation Time

Specifies the time when events were generated.

Setting rule: The end time must be equal to or later than the start time.

Setting method:
  1. Click the calendar icon.
  2. Set the year, month, and day, and enter the start time.
  3. Click OK.

    The Events Logs page is displayed.

  4. Repeat the previous steps to set the end time.
    NOTE:

    To delete the entered information, click Reset.

Procedure

Searching for Events

  1. On the menu bar, choose Alarm & SEL.
  2. In the navigation tree, choose Events Logs.

    The Events Logs page is displayed.

  3. Set search criteria. For details about the parameters, see Table 5-10.
  4. Click Search.

    The events that meet search criteria are displayed in the table in the lower part of the Events Logs page.

Viewing All Events

  1. View all events in the table in the lower part of the Events Logs page.

Deleting All Events

Deleted events cannot be restored. Exercise caution when deleting events.

  1. On the Events Logs page, click Clear Logs.

    The following message is displayed in a dialog box:

    Are you sure you want to clear logs?

  2. Click OK.

    All events are deleted.

Downloading All Events

  1. On the Events Logs page, click Download.

    The Save dialog box is displayed.

  2. Select a local directory for saving the downloaded file.
  3. Click Save.

    The downloaded file is saved to the specified directory on the local PC. You can view event logs in this file.

Alarm Setting

Function Description

The Alarm Setting page allows you to perform the following operations:

  • Configure iBMC to send alarms, events, and trap properties to a third-party server by trap.
    NOTE:

    Traps are information that iBMC proactively sends to a third-party server without receiving any request. Trap information includes events and critical, major, and minor alarms.

  • To notify the users, send alarms and events generated by the server to specified mailboxes by email over a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server.
Page Description

On the menu bar, choose Alarm & SEL. In the navigation tree, choose Alarm Setting. The Alarm Setting page is displayed.



Parameter Description
Table 5-11 Parameters in the Alarm Trap Notification Settings area

Parameter

Description

Trap Function

Specifies whether to enable the function for automatically reporting traps.

Setting method: Click . If the icon changes to , the trap function is enabled.

Trap Protocol Version

Specifies the SNMP trap protocol version used for reporting traps.

The options are as follows:
  • V1: indicates the first official SNMP trap version, which is defined in Request for Comments (RFC) 1157.
  • V2C: indicates an enhanced version of SNMPv2. SNMPv2c, an experimental protocol defined in RFC 1901, adopts a community-based management architecture.
  • V3: indicates the SNMPv3 protocol defined in RFC 3411-RFC 3418. SNMPv3 enhances security and remote configuration features.
NOTE:
  • SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c may cause security risks due to their own mechanisms. Avoid using them when possible. SNMPv3 trap is recommended.
  • You can set the authentication and encryption algorithms for SNMPv3 trap. For details, see System Settings.

Default value: V1

Setting method: Click an option button.

Choose Trap V3 User

Set the user name only when SNMPv3 trap is used.

Setting method: Select an option from the drop-down list. By default, the root user is used by SNMPv3 trap.

Trap Mode

Specifies the mode for reporting trap information.

Value
  • OID mode: the OID of an SNMP node is used as the ID of a Trap event.
  • Event code mode: The event code is used as the ID of a Trap event.

How to set: Click an option button.

Trap Server Identity

Identifies the trap message source.

Value:
  • Board Serial Number
  • Product Asset Tag
  • Host Name

How to set: Click an option button.

Community Name

Specifies the SNMP community name, which is used for trap authentication. Community Name is available only when Set Trap Properties is set to V1 or V2C.

If the password complexity check function is disabled, the value is a string of 1 to 18 characters, including letters, digits, and special characters except spaces.

If the password complexity check function is enabled, the value must meet the following requirements:
  • Must be a string of 8 to 18 characters.
  • Must contain at least one of the following special characters:

    `~!@#$%^&*()-_=+\|[{}];:'",<.>/?

  • Must contain at least two types of the following characters:
    • Uppercase letters: A–Z
    • Lowercase letters: a–z
    • Digits: 0–9
  • Cannot contain spaces.

Default value: TrapAdmin12#$

Setting method: Enter a value in the text box.

Confirm Name

Confirms the SNMP community name. The value must be the same as that of Community Name.

Setting method: Enter a value in the text box.

Select Alarm Severities

Specifies the severities of alarms to be reported to a third-party server by trap.

Value: All, Critical, Major, Minor, or Normal

NOTE:
Alarm severities are described as follows:
  • All: indicates that events and minor, major, and critical alarms are sent.
  • Critical: indicates that only critical alarms are sent.
  • Major: indicates that only major alarms are sent.
  • Minor: indicates that only minor alarms are sent.
  • Normal: indicates that only events are sent.

Setting method: Select one or more check boxes.

Index

Defines a trap channel for sending alarms. You can define a maximum of four channels.

Test

Tests whether a trap channel is available.

Testing method: Click Test for a trap channel. If the message "Operation Succeeded" is displayed, the channel is available.

Click . The following parameters are displayed:

Current State

Specifies whether to enable a trap channel.

Setting method: Click for a trap channel. If the icon changes to , the channel is enabled.

Trap Server IP Address

Specifies the server address for receiving alarms sent by trap. The server address can be an IPv4 or IPv6 address.

Setting method: Enter a value in the text box.

Trap Port

Specifies the port number for receiving alarms sent by trap.

Value range: 1 to 65535

Default value: 162

Setting method: Enter a value in the text box.
NOTE:

To restore the trap port number to the default value 162, click Restore Defaults.

Packet Delimiter

Specifies the delimiter that separates the keywords in a trap. For example, ;.

Setting method: Click an option button.

Select Packet Content

Select the keywords to be reported.

Setting method: Select one or more check boxes.

Display Keyword in Packet

Specifies whether to contain the specified keywords in a trap.

Setting method: Select or deselect the check box.

NOTE:
After you select or deselect the check box, an example is displayed next to the check box based on your settings.
Table 5-12 Parameters in the Alarm Email Notification Settings area

Parameter

Description

SMTP Function

Specifies whether to enable the SMTP function.

Setting method: Click . If the icon changes to , click Save. The SMTP function is enabled.

SMTP Server Address

Specifies the IPv4 or IPv6 address of the SMTP server.

NOTE:

iBMC does not support domain name resolution. You can enter only the SMTP server IP address instead of the SMTP server domain name in the SMTP Server Address text box.

Setting method: Enter a value in the text box.

Allows TLS Enabled

  • Specifies whether to enable transport layer security (TLS) for transmission.
  • If TLS is disabled, data is transmitted in plain text.

Setting method: Click an option button.

NOTE:
By default, the SMTP server supports TLS. You are advised to enable TLS for security purposes. If TLS is enabled, you need to configure identity authentication for the SMTP server. The SMTP server can receive emails only after TLS is enabled.

Allows Anonymous Login

  • Specifies whether the SMTP server allows anonymous authentication. The value Yes indicates that no user name or password is required for authentication when alarm emails are forwarded by the SMTP server. The anonymous authentication function requires the SMTP server to support anonymous login.
  • The value No indicates non-anonymous authentication. If you click the No option button, you need to enter the user name and password registered with the SMTP server. The user name and password are required for authentication when iBMC sends alarm emails to the SMTP server.

Setting method: Click an option button.

NOTE:
By default, the SMTP server does not allow anonymous authentication. You are advised to click the No option button for security purposes.

Sender's User Name and Password

Specifies the user name and password used for sending alarms by email.

The user name and password must be the same as the user name and password set on the SMTP server.

Value range:
  • User name: a string of 1 to 64 characters, consisting of letters, digits, and special characters. It cannot be left blank.
  • Password: a string of 1 to 50 characters
NOTE:

If the SMTP function is disabled, Sender User Name and Sender Password can be empty.

Sender's Address

Specifies the email address from which alarms are sent.

Value: a string of up to 255 characters

Setting rule: The value can contain letters, digits, at signs (@), and special characters. The value must be in the format of xx@xxx.xx.

Setting method: Enter a value in the text box.

Email Subject

Specifies an email subject.

Value: a string of 0 to 255 characters

Setting rule: The value can contain letters, digits, and special characters.

Setting method:
  1. In the Email Subject text box, enter an email subject.
  2. Select the Host Name, Board serial number, and Product asset tag check boxes for Contained in Email Subject.

    The email subject will contain these keywords.

Select Alarm Severities

Specifies the severities of alarms to be sent through the SMTP server.

Value: All, Critical, Major, Minor, or Normal

NOTE:
The options are as follows:
  • All: indicates that events and minor, major, and critical alarms are sent.
  • Critical: indicates that only critical alarms are sent.
  • Major: indicates that only major alarms are sent.
  • Minor: indicates that only minor alarms are sent.
  • Normal: indicates that only events are sent.

Setting method: Select one or more check boxes.

Set Email Addresses for Receiving Alarms

Specifies an email address for receiving emails. The address has been registered with the SMTP server.

Value: a string of up to 255 characters

Setting rule: The value can contain letters, digits, at signs (@), and special characters. The value must be in the format of xx@xxx.xx.

Setting method: Enter a value in the text box.

Description

Provides supplementary information about an email address for receiving emails.

Value: a string of 0 to 255 characters

Setting rule: The value can contain letters, digits, and special characters.

Setting method: Enter a value in the text box.

Test

Tests whether an email address for receiving emails is reachable.

Enable

Specifies whether to enable an email address.

Setting method: Click for an email address. If the icon changes to , click Save. The email address is enabled.

Procedure
  1. On the menu bar, choose Alarm & SEL.
  2. In the navigation tree, choose Alarm Setting.

    The Alarm Setting page is displayed.

  3. Configure the alarm trap notification and alarm email notification function. For details about the parameters, see Table 5-11 and Table 5-12.
  4. Click Save.

    If the message "Operation Succeeded" is displayed, the setting is successful.

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