Summary of the iDRAC6 web interface functions.
The iDRAC6 web interface displays functions and controls as determined by your choices in the tree-view on the left of the page, and then under tabs across the top of the page.
The following tables provide a summary of the iDRAC6 web interface functions.
|Shows the condition of batteries, temperature, voltage, and power monitoring. Previews, and allows access to the Virtual Console (Enterprise version only). Shows the system description, BIOS version, service tag, host name, OS name. Launches often-used tasks. Shows recently-logged events.
|Shows details of the server chassis and of iDRAC6 including MAC addresses, IPv4, and IPv6 configuration.
|First Boot Device
|Changes the boot device order, selects the first boot device.
|Remote Syslog Settings
|Sets the remote syslog settings that allow logs to be written to an external syslog server.
|Turns the system off or on, performs a power cycle or a graceful shutdown.
|Shows the minimum and maximum power levels for the server. Sets a power capping limit.
|System Event Log (hardware events)
|Saves the log as file, clears the log, prints or refreshes the log.
|Shows details of when the server was last booted through power-on self-test.
|Last Crash Screen
|Shows a snapshot of information when the system last crashed.
|Plays recordings of the last three boot cycles.
|Configures the action to be taken if specific hardware fails. Sets up which failures generate an alert to SNMP destinations.
|Configures IPv4 or IPv6 address of SNMP hosts for trap settings.
|E-mail Alert Settings
|Configures e-mail addresses to receive alert messages.
|Console/Media (Proteus 3300 and Proteus 5500)
|Virtual Console and Virtual Media
|Shows the remote console and virtual media information. Click Launch Viewer to access the Virtual Console.
|Configures your remote console and virtual media information.
|Displays and configures properties of the VFlash card plugged into the SD card slot of the server.
|Remote File Share
|Remote File Share
|Specifies an image file in a remote file share, and mounts it using Network File System or Common Internet File System.
Remote Access Items
|Shows the attributes and values of iDRAC6.
|Configures network settings.
|Configures users settings.
|Configures iDRAC directory service.
|Generates a certificate signing request to send a certificate authority.
|Configures the active directory settings.
|Configures the serial interface.
|Serial Over LAN
|Configures serial over lan settings.
|Views and changes the iDRAC interface. Includes local configuration, web server, Telnet, RACADM, and SNMP settings.
|Configures Smart Card login.
|Shows identity, time, and IP address of whoever logged in. Prints or saves as a file.
|Updates or rolls back iDRAC firmware.
|Shows who is currently logged in to iDRAC.
|Identifies the server you are communicating with by blinking an LED on the front and rear panel.
|Allows you to diagnose iDRAC hardware by typing commands and clicking Submit. Resets the iDRAC.
Other Tree-view Items
|Shows the current condition of CMOS and ROMB batteries.
|Shows the redundancy status and rpm of fans.
|Shows chassis open or closed status.
|Shows the status of optional redundant power supplies.
|Removable Flash Media
|Shows the location and status of removable Flash media.
|Shows the temperature probe reading from the system board.
|Shows the voltage status at multiple points in the server.
|Shows the power consumption, current, and available headroom. Shows graphs of power consumption and current over a selectable period.
|Shows the current message displayed on the front panel LCD.
Virtual Console Items
The following table provides a summary of the functions available from the drop-down menu at the top of the iDRAC6 Virtual Console.
|Launch Virtual Media
|Capture to file
|Alt-F1 to Alt-F12
|Ctrl-Alt-F1 to Ctrl-Alt-F12
|Power on System
|Power off System
|Reset System (warm boot)
|Power Cycle System (cold boot)
|Contents and Index
|About iDRAC6 Virtual Console