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3.9. LAN

Parameter BMC-generated ARP control (optional)

Gratuitous ARP in- terval (optional)

Default gateway ad-

dress

Default

gateway

MAC address Backup gateway ad-

dress

Backup

gateway

MAC address Community String

Number of Destina- tions (read only)

# 10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

Table 3.16: LAN Configuration Parameters

Description A 1 byte field controlling how the BMC generates ARPs. If a user attempts to set an unsupported field, the BMC will return an error. The bits are: bit 0 - set to 1 to enable BMC generated gratuitous ARPs. bit 1 - set to 1 to enable BMC generated ARP responses. bits 2-7 - reserved

A one byte field holding the interval between gratuitous ARPs. The interval is specified in 500 millisecond increments, with a 10% accuracy. If this is not implemented, the interval will be 2 seconds. A 4 byte field holding the IP address of the default gateway, in network order. The BMC will send packets to this address if the destination is not on its subnet, if this gateway is chosen as the gateway to use. A 6 byte filed holding the Ethernet MAC address to use in the desti- nation when sending packets to the default gateway. A 4 byte field holding the IP address of the backup gateway, in network order. The BMC will send packets to this address if the destination is not on its subnet, if this gateway is chosen as the gateway to use. A 6 byte filed holding the Ethernet MAC address to use in the desti- ination when sending packets to the backup gateway. An 18 byte field holding the SNMP community string to use in traps send by the BMC. The default is “public”. The number of entries in the destination type and destination address tables in parameters 18 and 19.

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