I can't seem to find the info I need to verify if a standalone C-series server can send alerts directly to Cisco to automatically create a service ticket upon hardware failure event.
I do understand that when integrated with UCS the Smart Call Home will be in play and its just a matter of configuring the Cisco TAC profile to be able to achieve what I am looking for. However, I am curious to understand what if I specify email@example.com in CIMC of a standalone server as a recipient would it actually send a meaningful message to Cisco to commence the automatic service ticket creation.
Maybe I am completely off here but just had a thought about this and it appears/seems plausible however there is not a single resource that I could locate to verify if this is possible.
Was trying to get neworking to work on a new Ubuntu install on a UCS server. I did a "shutdown -r" and rebooted the server. Now it seems to be stuck in the Aptio setup utility. I either choose "save and exit" or exit without saving changes and I am brough...
Just wonder we recently try to add 2 M200 with firmware 4.1.1b, our UCS manager version is 4.0.2d, we got error said cannot donwgrade. I know we can update ucs manager from 4.0 to 4.1, bur wonder we can downgrade
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