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Entering Library Network Settings

This page shows the current network configuration of the library and allows modification to the configuration. When a change is requested, a pop-upbox will ask to confirm the changes.

1. ClickNetwork in the left navigation pane, to display theNetwork page.

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Figure 4-27.Configure Library: Network page

2.Select a Protocol Stack- Choose IPv4 only, IPv6 only, or Dual Stack IPv4 & IPv6.

Note: When changes are made, the following Warning message will appear when the Submit button is clicked.

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Figure 4-28.Warning screen

The library must be rebooted or the changes will not take place.

3. Enter IPv4 settings (if applicable).

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a.DHCP Address - Click this item ON to have the IP Address of your library automatically set by the library host computer. Leave unchecked and enter the appropriate information for the IP Address, Network Mask, and Gateway Address.

b.IP Address - An identifier for a computer or device on a TCP/IP network. Networks using the TCP/IP protocol route messages based on the IP address of the destination. The format of an IP address is a32-bitnumeric address written as four numbers separated by periods. Each number can be zero to 255. For example, 1.160.10.240 could be an IP address.

c.Network Mask - This address defines and limits users within a local network.

d.Gateway Address - This address allows access outside the local network.

4.Enter IPv6 settings (if applicable).

a.DHCP Address - Click this item ON to have the IP Address of your library automatically set by the library host computer. Leave unchecked and enter the appropriate information for the IP Address, Network Mask, and Gateway Address.

b.IPv6 stateless auto config - Stateless Auto config is ALWAYS on (not defeatable). When logging in to the library on your browser using an IPv6 address, make sure you enclose the IPv6 address in square brackets. For example: [0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0].

c.Static assigned IPv6 address - Enter the assigned IPv6 address. The format of an IPv6 IP address is a128-bitnumeric address written as 8 groups of four numbers separated by colons. When logging in to the library on your browser using an IPv6 address, make sure you enclose the IPv6 address in square brackets. For example: [0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0].

d.IPv6 prefix length - The default prefix length is set to 64, but can be set to any length, depending upon the address used.

e.IPv6 gateway address - This address allows access outside the local network.

5.Enter SNMP settings.

a.SNMP Enabled - If you desire to have SNMP Traps sent to an IP address of your choosing, place a check in this box.

b.SNMP Target 1-IP Address - If SNMP Traps are enabled, enter an IP address where SNMP Traps are to be sent.

c.SNMP Target 2-IP Address - Enter an optional 2nd IP address where SNMP Traps are to be sent, or leave as 0.0.0.0.

d.SNMP Target 3-IP Address - Enter an optional 3rd IP address where SNMP Traps are to be sent, or leave as 0.0.0.0.

e.Community Name - Enter your preferred name, or leave as “public”. The Community Name is limited to 33alpha-numericcharacters(A-Z,a-z,0-9).

6.Enable SSL for secure Web communication - If you desire to have SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) enabled, place a check in this box.

7.Select an Ethernet Setting - You can disable Ethernet settings, manually enable them, or let another machine enable them by using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). You can also set a specific speed for the Ethernet port or specify the library to automatically negotiate the speed. Ethernet Settings choices are:Auto (the default),10 Mbit/Half,10 Mbit/Full,

100 Mbit/Half, 100 Mbit/Full. Please refer to http://support.dell.com to determine the availability of manual Ethernet settings in your library’s firmware.

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Entering User Access Information using the Web User Interface

This function, other than the Access PIN, is not available on the Operator Control Panel.

1. ClickUser Access in the left navigation pane.

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Figure 4-29.The Configure Library: User Access screen

2.Choose a Role. v User

vSuperuser

vAdmin

vService

Note: Only one password can be set for each Role.

3.Enter the New Password . The password has a maximum of 10 characters(A-Z,a-z,0-9,@, <hyphen>, <space>, <period>).

4.In Repeat Password, enter the new password again.

5.In Support Name, enter the name of the person that will be able to offer the user help with the library.

Note: Only one support person can be configured for the entire tape library. The support person may or may not be one of the user, superuser, or admin account holders.

6.In Support Phone, enter the phone number of the person that will be able to offer the user help with the library.

7.In Support Email, enter the email address of the person that will be able to offer the user help with the library.

8.Click one of the following:

vRefresh - to update the current screen.

vSubmit - to apply the changes made to the screen.

Entering Date and Time using the Web User Interface

1. ClickDate & Time in the left navigation pane.

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Figure 4-30.The Configure Library: Date and Time screen

2.Enter the current Time using the HH:MM:SS24-hourformat.

3.Enter the current Date using the MMDDYYYY format.

4.Click one of the following:

vRefresh - to update the current screen

vSubmit - to apply changes made to the current screen

Configuring Logs and Traces using the Web User Interface

This function is not available on the Operator Control Panel.

1. ClickLogs & Traces in the left navigation pane.

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Figure 4-31.The Configure Library: Logs and Traces screen

2.For Error Log Mode, select Continuous so all information for logs and traces will be captured.

3.Leave all options under Trace Level andTrace Filters selected. These options can be changed by Service personnel only.

4.Click Submit to apply any changes.

Entering Event Notification Information using the Web User

Interface

This function is not available on the Operator Control Panel.

Use this menu item to set up email notification of library errors and warnings.

1. ClickEvent Notification in the left navigation pane.

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