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How to install PowerChute Network Shutdown on VMware ESX 3.5i and 4.0i

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PowerChute network Shutdown (PCNS) 2.2.3 and above is required. PowerChute Network Shutdown requires VMware Infrastructure Management Assistant (VIMA) 1.0 or vSphere Management Assistant (vMA) 4.0 install on the VMware ESXihost. If you need help installing VIMA or vMA please contact VMware support or go to this site http://www.vmware.com/support/developer/vima/ The VIMA client requires AMD Opteron, Rev E or later CPU or Intel processors with EM64T and VT support You will need VMware Infrastructure Client installed on your desktop / laptop to log into the host system. You can load the client by logging into the host viaa web browser. Communications ports 3052, 80 need to be open and 6547, 6548, 6549 depending on the number of instances being installed.

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Log into the host server

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Select the VIMA or vMA client from thelist of available virtual systems.

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Verify that the CD drive is connected on the client and the CD is loaded into the host system CD drive.

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From the console log into the client.

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If one has not been created, create a mount point for the CD. sudo mkdir /mnt/cdrom

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Change the permissions on the new mountpoint sudo chmod 666 /mnt/cdrom

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Mount the CD and change directory to view the files in the ESXi directory. sudo mount –t iso9660 /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom cd /mnt/cdrom/ESXi

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From within the ESXi directoryon the CD run the installation script. sudo ./install.sh

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Answer the installation questions as they appear on the console.

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When installing PCNS 2.2.4 be sure when asked to enter the host serveripaddress, user name, and password. This enables communication between the vMA / VIMA client and the host server. When installing PCNS 2.2.3 or if you choose not to enter the host info during the 2.2.4 installation you will need to establish communications between the vMA / VIMA client and the host server manually. Please see pages 25 and 26 for instructions.
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Once the installation is complete verify that the needed communications ports are open and then run the configuration script found in /opt/APC/PowerChute/group1

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To verify the needed communications ports are open run this sudo /sbin/iptables –LNOTE: When Installing PCNS 2.2.4 the iptable is edited automatically by the installer. For PCNS 2.2.3 the iptable has to be edited by the user. PCNS 2.2.4 users can skip to page 21. If the iptable has been edited have the administrator add ports TCP 80, TCP & UDP 3052 and TCP 6547, 6548, 6549 as needed for the instances installed.

In this example port 80, 3052 are open along with 6547 since this...
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