Interactive command to set up pulse server use. The pulse address is a server running the echo port (defaults to TCP port 7) and is used to determine network availability and operation. This command allows you to configure the system to use outband dial-up when the pulse fails.
CLI resource: system
Lantronix system: All
LMS offerings: All
config system pulse
Choose a pulse host on a network that defines operational minimum for the connected network devices.
Note: The Cisco IOS TCP small server service before IOS 12.4 cannot be used to respond to echo requests from the Lantronix Local Manager.
If the pulse fails four successive requests, this triggers outband connectivity. After the outband connection is established, the pulse must pass five successive requests to drop outband connectivity. Pulse generates an alarm on its first failure.
[admin@LantronixLM]# config system pulse --- Existing Values --- Use Pulse: false Pulse Server IP 1: 127.0.0.1 Pulse Server Port 1: 7 Pulse Server IP 2: 127.0.0.1 Pulse Server Port 2: 7 Pulse Server IP 3: 127.0.0.1 Pulse Server Port 3: 7 Enable Out-of-Band on Pulse Failure: no Change these? (y/n) [n]: y --- Enter New Values --- Use Pulse (y/n) [n]: y Pulse IP 1 [127.0.0.1]: 126.96.36.199 Pulse Port 1 : Pulse IP 2 [127.0.0.1]: Pulse Port 2 : Pulse IP 3 [127.0.0.1]: Pulse Port 3 : Enable Out-of-Band on Pulse Failure (y/n) [n]: y Remain Out-of-Band after Pulse Success (y/n) [n]: n Maximum Time Out-of-Band (minutes; 0 means unlimited) : Do you want to commit these changes? (y/n): y
Inventory > Local Manager page > Out-of-Band > Pulse - specific to this system
3.4 - This command was introduced