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Parameter Destination type

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CHAPTER 3. IPMI INTERFACES

Table 3.16: LAN Configuration Parameters

Description This is an array of destination types, each 4 bytes long. The first byte in bits 0-3 is the index into the array, you put the index here when you set the value, and that index gets set. This index comes from the alert policy entry destination field defined in table 3.38. Destination 0 is special and used by the Alert Immediate command as described in section 3.13.5. The fields are: byte 0 bits 0-3 - The index into the array bits 4-7 - reserved byte 1 The destination type. The bits are: bits 0-2 - Destination type, values are: 000b - PET Trap 001b-101b - reserved 110b - OEM 1 111b - OEM 1 bits 3-6 - reserved bit 7 - If zero, the alert does not need to be acknowledged to be considered successful. If 1, the alert needs to be acknowl- edged with a PET Acknowledge Command as defined in table 3.35. byte 2 PET Retry Time. This specified the amount of time between resends when waiting for an acknowledge of the sent trap. byte 3 Max PET Retries. bits 0-2 - The maximum number of retries of a trap before giving up. bits 3-7 - reserved

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