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Chapter 1. Introduction
IMM features
Upgrading from IMM Standard to IMM Premium
Comparing the IMM to other systems-management hardware in System x servers
Using IMM with a BladeCenter advanced management module
Web browser and operating-system requirements
Notices used in this book
Chapter 2. Opening and using the IMM Web interface
Accessing the IMM Web interface
Logging in to the IMM
IMM action descriptions
Chapter 3. Configuring the IMM
Setting system information
Setting server timeouts
OS watchdog
Loader watchdog
Setting the IMM date and time
Synchronizing clocks in a network
Configuring the global login settings
Configuring remote alert settings
Configuring remote alert recipients
Critical alerts
Warning alerts
Configuring global remote alert settings
Configuring SNMP alert settings
Configuring serial port settings
Serial-to-Telnet or SSH redirection
Configuring port assignments
Configuring network interfaces
Configuring network protocols
Configuring SNMP
Configuring DNS
Configuring Telnet
Configuring SMTP
Configuring LDAP
Setting up a client to use the LDAP server
Configuring LDAP client authentication
Configuring LDAP search attributes
Service Location Protocol (SLP)
Configuring security
Secure Web server, IBM Systems Director, and secure LDAP
SSL certificate overview
SSL server certificate management
Generating a self-signed certificate
Enabling SSL for the secure Web server or IBM Systems Director over HTTPS
SSL client certificate management
SSL client trusted certificate management
Enabling SSL for the LDAP client
Configuring the Secure Shell server
Generating a Secure Shell server key
Enabling the Secure Shell server
Using the Secure Shell server
Using the configuration file
Backing up your current configuration
Restoring and modifying your IMM configuration
Restoring defaults
Restarting IMM
Logging off
Chapter 4. Monitoring server status
Viewing system status
Viewing the Virtual Light Path
Viewing the event logs
Viewing the system-event log from the Web interface
Viewing event logs from the Setup utility
Viewing event logs without restarting the server
Viewing vital product data
Chapter 5. Performing IMM tasks
Viewing server power and restart activity
Controlling the power status of a server
Remote presence
Updating your IMM firmware and Java applet
Enabling the remote presence function
Remote control
Virtual Media Session
Remote control screen capture
Remote control Video Viewer view modes
Remote control video color mode
Remote control keyboard support
International keyboard support
Keyboard pass-through mode
Remote control mouse support
Single cursor mode
Remote power control
Viewing performance statistics
Starting Remote Desktop Protocol
Remote disk
Setting up PXE network boot
Updating firmware
Resetting the IMM with the Setup utility
Managing tools and utilities with IMM and IBM System x Server Firmware
Using IPMItool
Using OSA System Management Bridge (SMBridge)
Using IBM Advanced Settings Utility (ASU)
Using IBM Flash utilities
Other methods for managing the IMM
Chapter 6. LAN over USB
Potential conflicts with the LAN over USB interface
Resolving conflicts with the IMM LAN over USB interface
Configuring the LAN over USB interface manually
Installing device drivers
Installing the Windows IPMI device driver
Installing the LAN over USB Windows device driver
Installing the LAN over USB Linux device driver
Chapter 7. Command-line interface
Managing the IMM using IPMI
Serial over LAN
Accessing the command line
Logging in to the command-line session
Command syntax
Features and limitations
Utility commands
exit command
help command
history command
Monitor commands
clearlog command
fans command
readlog command
syshealth command
temps command
volts command
vpd command
Server power and restart control commands
power command
reset command
Serial redirect command
console command
Configuration commands
dhcpinfo command
ifconfig command
ldap command
ntp command
passwordcfg command
portcfg command
srcfg command
ssl command
timeouts command
usbeth command
users command
IMM control commands
clearcfg command
clock command
identify command
resetsp command
update command
Appendix A. Getting help and technical assistance
Before you call
Using the documentation
Getting help and information from the World Wide Web
Software service and support
Hardware service and support
IBM Taiwan product service
Appendix B. Notices
Trademarks
Important notes
Particulate contamination
Documentation format
Electronic emission notices
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) statement
Industry Canada Class A emission compliance statement
Avis de conformité à la réglementation d’Industrie Canada
Australia and New Zealand Class A statement
United Kingdom telecommunications safety requirement
Korean Class A warning statement
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