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3.13. THE PEF TABLE AND SNMP TRAPS

Table 3.36: PEF Configuration Parameters

Parameter PEF Action Global Control

# 2

Description A one byte field for controlling whether specific PEF actions are en- abled at all. If the bit is set to one, it is enabled. The bits are: bit 0 - alert bit 0 - power down bit 0 - reset bit 0 - power cycle bit 0 - OEM bit 0 - diagnostic interrupt bits 6-7 - reserved

PEF Startup Delay (optional)

3

PEF Alert Startup Delay (optional)

4

Number of Event Fil- ters (read only)

5

A one byte field giving the PEF startup delay, in seconds, 10% accu- racy. A zero value means no delay. This goes along with bit 2 of byte 1 of parameter 1 of this table, see that for more details. A one byte field giving the PEF Alert startup delay, in seconds, 10% accuracy. A zero value means no delay. This goes along with bit 3 of byte 1 of parameter 1 of this table, see that for more details. The number of array entries in the event filter table, parameter 6 of this table. The bits are:

bits 0-6 - The number of event filter entries. A zero here means that events filters are not supported. bit 7 - reserved

Event Filter Table

6

This is a 21 byte field giving access to the event filter table.

bits 0-6 - The set selector, the array index of which event filter to set. 00h is reserved and not used and does not count in the number of event filters. bit 7 - reserved bytes 1-20 - The filter data for the array element given by byte 1 of this parameter. See table 3.37 for the contents of this data. byte 0

Event Byte 1

Filter

Table

7

This is a 2 byte field giving access to the first byte of an event filter table entry. This makes it convenient to set the first byte without having to read-modify-write the whole entry.

byte 0

bits 0-6 - The set selector, the array index of which event filter to set. 00h is reserved and not used and does not count in the number of event filters.

bit 7 - reserved byte 1 - Byte 1 of the event filter table entry. See table 3.37 for the contents of this data.

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