The External Diagnostics Handset
Where to connect the external diagnostics handset
1 The external diagnostics handset that can be connected to the server with an external cable.
2 The magnetic bottom with which the device can be attached to the top or side of the rack. This is helpful and can free up both hands for certain service tasks.
3 The external diagnostics connector on the front of the server that can be used to connect an external diagnostics handset.
Display panel overview
Options flow diagram
The external diagnostics handset shows various system information. Navigate through the options with the scroll keys.
Full menu list
Following is the list of options available on the external diagnostics handset. Switch between an option and the subordinate information entries with the select button, and switch among options or information entries with the scroll buttons.
1 System name
2 System status
3 Active alert quantity
5 Power consumption
6 Checkpoint code
Home screen:Active error quantity
Active Alertsmenu displays only the quantity of active errors. If no errors occur, the
Active Alertsmenu will not be available during navigation.
|1 Active Alerts|
Only the MAC address that is currently in use is displayed (extension or shared).
|Quantity of active sessions|
|Several quick actions supported for users|
To get the latest technical information and download device drivers and updates, go to:https://datacentersupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/servers/thinksystem/sr645/7d2x/downloads/driver-list.