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    • Mike Hibler's avatar
      Attempt to compensate for nodes whose WhOL interface is trying to auto · b0db7bbb
      Mike Hibler authored
      negotiate:
      
      # Divide the nodes up into used and unused based on the status of
      # their WhOL experimental interface:
      #
      # enabled=yes     port in use
      # enabled=no      not used
      #
      # If a port is "in use" we assume it has talked to the switch and
      # no speed/duplex changes are needed.
      #
      # If the port is unused, we assume that the port will try to auto
      # negotiate with the switch when enabled.  In this case we set
      # auto-negotiation on the switch to maximize the chance that we will
      # sucessfully communicate with the card.
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  6. 18 Mar, 2005 1 commit
    • Mike Hibler's avatar
      Add whack-on-lan power cycle module. · d9d8a58e
      Mike Hibler authored
      To enable WhOL, you need to add outlets table entries for nodes which are
      whol-enabled.  The power_id encodes the interface on boss to use:
      
      +---------+-----------+--------+----------------+
      | node_id | power_id  | outlet | last_power     |
      +---------+-----------+--------+----------------+
      | pcwf6   | whol-fxp0 |      0 | 20050318152119 |
      +---------+-----------+--------+----------------+
      
      You then need interfaces and wires table entries for that interface on
      boss, so that snmpit works with syntax like "boss:1".  This is probably not
      really needed once the VLAN has been setup.
      
      You need a magic VLAN called "WhOL", I used VLAN 999.  Add it to all the
      switches and trunks.  Put boss's port in it.  It will remain there, enabled,
      forever.
      
      In the interfaces table entry for every interface that supports WhOL,
      you need to set the 'whol' field to 1.
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