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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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Configuring the Trap Function on the iBMC WebUI

Configuring the Trap Function on the iBMC WebUI

Operation Scenario

On the Alarm Setting page of the iBMC WebUI, you can configure the trap function to enable the iBMC to use trap packets to send alarm information, event information, and trap properties to third-party servers.

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

Prerequisites

Data

Obtain the following information:

  • The SNMP trap version
  • Tthe identifier used to specify the trap source server in trap messages reported (Board Serial Number, Product Asset Tag, and Host Name)
  • The community name used by the SNMP trap protocol
  • The server address for receiving alarms sent by trap

Procedure

  1. Log in to the iBMC WebUI. For details, see Logging In to the iBMC WebUI.
  2. Choose Alarm & SEL > Alarm Setting.
  3. In the Alarm Trap Notification Settings area, click to enable the trap function.

    If changes to , the trap function is enabled.

  4. Set trap properties.
    1. Set Trap Version to an SNMP trap protocol version for event reporting. The recommended value is V3 (SNMP Trap v3).

      The options of Trap Version are V1 (SNMP Trap v1), V2C (SNMP Trap v2c), and V3 (SNMP Trap v3).

    2. (Optional) In the Choose Trap V3 User drop-down list box, select the iBMC user for SNMP Trap v3. By default, SNMP Trap v3 uses the root user.
    3. Set Trap Mode to specify the trap mode for information reporting.

      • Object identifier (OID) mode: indicates that the OID of an SNMP node is used as the ID of a trap event.
      • Event code mode: indicates that an event code is used as the ID of a trap event.

    4. Set Trap Server Identity to the identifier used to specify the trap source server in trap messages reported.

      The options of Trap Server Identity are Board Serial Number, Product Asset Tag, and Host Name.

    5. (Optional) In the Community Name text box, type the community name used by the SNMP trap protocol.

      Only when Trap Version is set to V1 or V2C, Community Name must be set.

      A community name is the authentication password used for SNMP Trap v1 and SNMP Trap v2c.

    6. (Optional) In the Confirm Community text box, type the community name again for confirmation.
  5. Set Select Alarm Severities.
  6. Configure the trap server and packet format.
    1. In the Set Email Addresses for Receiving Alarms area, select an alarm sending channel.

      A maximum of four alarm sending channels can be configured.

    2. Click to display the channel edit area.
    1. Click to enable the alarm sending channel.

      If changes to , the alarm sending channel is enabled.

    2. In the Trap Server IP Address text box, type the server address for receiving alarms sent by trap.

      The server address can be an IPv4 or IPv6 address.

    3. In the Trap Port text box, type the port number for receiving alarms sent by trap.

      The default value is 162.

    4. On the right of Packet Delimiter, select the delimiter that separates the key fields in a trap packet.
    1. On the right of Select Packet Content, select the keywords to be reported.
    2. Select or deselect Display Keyword in Packet to specify whether to contain the specified keywords in a trap packet.
    3. Click Save.

      If Operation succeeded is displayed, the trap function and its configuration have taken effect.

    4. Click Test to verify the channel.

      If Operation succeeded is displayed, the channel is available.

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