Storage Redirection Parameters

note-icon Note:

Beginning in version 11.0, Storage Redirection uses the USB-R protocol rather than the IDE-R protocol. The parameter names have not been changed so as to preserve backwards compatibility.

 

Parameter

Value or Description

Client RX Timeout

The client’s receive timeout in milliseconds for this session (see definition of the IDERTout struct).

Client Command Timeout

The client’s IDE command transmit timeout in milliseconds for this session (see definition of the IDERTout struct).

Client HB Interval

The interval between two consecutive client Heartbeat messages in milliseconds for this session (see definition of the IDERTout struct).

Device Mapping

Use the controls to map the devices for the Storage Redirection session. “Floppy” combo box corresponds to the Floppy device used during the session. Select a 1.44 MB/LS 120 Floppy drive or binary image of a Floppy Disk here. “CD ROM” combo box corresponds to the CD/DVD device used during the session. Select a valid CD or DVD drive or an *.ISO image here.

Start IDER

Click to open the session.

Stop IDER

Click to close the session.

Client IDE Registers (group of controls)

Will be enabled once the session is established and if the client FW supports the Disable/Enable of data storage devices. Use Enable/Disable button to send the appropriate command to the client. One of the “Graceful”, “Immediate” or “On Reset” timing options for the command can be selected. The host OS may behave unpredictably with the “Graceful” and “Immediate” options, so “On Reset” is recommended.

The Statistics Edit Box

Will display the current Storage Redirection session statistics once the session is established.

 

 Note:

Any new files written to a floppy locally on the management console platform while it is being read by the Intel AMT device will not be detected by the device unless the disk is removed and re-inserted or the platform with Intel AMT is power cycled.

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