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Setting Protocols for a Single System

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Configure single system protocol settings to fine-tune settings for an individual system.

To set protocol settings for a single system:

  1. Select ToolsSystem InformationSystem Page.

  2. Select the target system. Refer to Using Tasks - Creating a Task for more information.

  3. Click [Run Now]. The System Page is displayed.

  4. Select the Links tab.

  5. Under HP Systems Insight Manager pages, click System Protocol Settings. The System Protocol Settings page is displayed.

  6. In the Ping (ICMP) settings section, select either:

    • Use values specified below. Enter the Network Timeout (seconds) and the Retries

      or

    • Use global defaults.

  7. In the WBEM settings section, select either:

    • Use values specified below. Enter the WBEM Username (for Windows based systems, the username should include the domain name, for example domainname/username), the WBEM Password, and Confirm Password

      or

    • Use global defaults

  8. In the SNMP settings section, select either:

    • Use values specified belowEnter the Network Timeout (seconds), Retries, SNMP read community string, and the SNMP write community string.

      or

    • Use global defaults

  9. Click [OK] to save the settings.

Related Procedures

» Protocols - Setting Protocols for a System or Groups of Systems
» Protocols - Setting Global Protocols

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» Administering the Software - Protocols
» Protocols - Global Protocols