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Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX manual

Brand: Allied Telesis, product: Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX

Type: Network Card

Total pages: 102, PDF manual size: 0.96 Mb


Chapter 7: Manageability Features
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CIM
The Common Information Model (CIM) is an industry standard defined by
the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF). Microsoft implements
CIM on Windows platforms such as Windows 2000 and Windows Server
2003 systems. Allied Telesyn supports CIM on the Windows 2000 and the
Windows Server 2003 platforms.
Allied Telesyn's implementation of CIM provides various classes that
provide information to users through CIM client applications. (Please note
that the Broadcom CIM data provider provides data only.) You can choose
your preferred CIM client software to browse the information provided by
the Broadcom CIM provider.
The Broadcom CIM provider provides information through the
BRCM_NetworkAdapter and BRCM_ExtraCapacityGroup classes.
The BRCM_NetworkAdapter class provides network adapter information
pertaining to a group of adapters including the adapter and other vendors’
controllers. The BRCM_ExtraCapacityGroup class provides team
configuration for the BASP feature. Current implementation provides team
information as well as information about physical network adapters in the
team.
BASP provides events through event logs. You can use the Event Viewer
provided by Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003. Or, you can use
CIM to inspect or monitor these events. BASP provider also provides
event information through the CIM's generic event model. These events
are __InstanceCreationEvent, __InstanceDeletionEvent and
__InstanceModificationEvent. These events are defined by CIM. In
addition, CIM requires the client application to register the events from the
client application, using queries as examples (shown below) in order to
receive events properly.
SELECT * FROM __InstanceModificationEvent where
TargetInstance ISA "BRCM_NetworkAdapter"
SELECT * FROM __InstanceModificationEvent where
TargetInstance ISA "BRCM_ExtraCapacityGroup"
SELECT * FROM __InstanceCreationEvent where
TargetInstance ISA "BRCM_NetworkAdapter"
SELECT * FROM __InstanceDeletionEvent where
TargetInstance ISA "BRCM_NetworkAdapter"
SELECT * FROM __InstanceCreationEvent where
TargetInstance ISA "BRCM_ActsAsSpare"
SELECT * FROM __InstanceDeletionEvent where
TargetInstance ISA "BRCM_ActsAsSpare"
For detailed information about these events, please refer to the CIM
documentation.

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