Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Destination configuration settings for the Omreport system pedestinations or Omreport servermodule pedestinations

The actual number of destinations that you can configure on a system using omreport system pedestinations or omreport servermodule pedestinations may differ.

The following table displays the available settings.

Table 1. Settings For The Omreport System Pedestinations Or Omreport Servermodule Pedestinations . This table lists the Settings For The Omreport System Pedestinations Or Omreport Servermodule Pedestinations
Output Attributes Description
Destination List    
  Destination Number: Destination1 destination 1: Displays the first destination.

Example:

101.102.103.104: IPv4 address of the first destination.

  Destination Number: Destination 2 destination 2: Displays the second destination.

Example:

110.120.130.140: IPv4 address of the second destination.

  Destination Number: Destination 3 destination 3: Displays the third destination.

Example:

201:202:203:204: IPv4 address of the third destination.

  Destination Number: Destination 4 destination 4: Displays the fourth destination.

Example:

210.211.212.213: IPv4 address of the fourth destination.

  Destination Number: Destination 5 destination 5: Displays the fifth destination.

Example:

2001:0db8:85a3:0000:0000:8a2e:0370:7334: IPv6 address of the fifth destination.

  Destination Number: Destination 6 destination 6: Displays the sixth destination.

Example:

2001:0db8:85a3:0000:0000:8a2e:0370:7334: IPv6 address of the sixth destination.

  Destination Number: Destination 7 destination 7: Displays the seventh destination.

Example:

210.211.212.213: IP address of the seventh destination.

  Destination Number: Destination 8 destination 8: Displays the eighth destination.

Example:

210.211.212.213: IP address of the eighth destination.

Destination Configuration Settings    
  attribute=communitystring

communitystring: Displays the text string that acts as a password and is used to authenticate SNMP messages sent between the BMC and the destination management station

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  • NOTE: On 12G systems with iDRAC7 specific versions, ipaddress can also be a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN).

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