nutscan_scan_ipmi - Scan local IPMI devices.
nutscan_device_t * nutscan_scan_ipmi(
const char * startIP,
const char * stopIP,
nutscan_ipmi_t * sec);
The nutscan_scan_ipmi() function tries to detect IPMI manageable devices.
If start_ip is NULL, the function searches for a local PSU.
Otherwise, it searches for remote hosts that would serve IPMI protocols, and would try to authenticate using the data in sec structure. It issues a NUT request on every IP ranging from startIP to stopIP, where stopIP is optional. Those IP arguments may be either IPv4 or IPv6 addresses or host names.
You MUST call nutscan_init(3) before using this function.
Design or implementation of this function may be incomplete: until recently, this man page stated that it was not implemented yet. Source code is present, although some blocks are commented away or hidden with #if 0.
The nutscan_scan_ipmi() function is not implemented yet.
nutscan_init(3), nutscan_scan_usb(3), nutscan_scan_xml_http_range(3), nutscan_scan_nut(3), nutscan_scan_avahi(3), nutscan_scan_snmp(3), nutscan_display_sanity_check(3), nutscan_display_sanity_check_serial(3), nutscan_display_ups_conf_with_sanity_check(3), nutscan_display_ups_conf(3), nutscan_display_parsable(3), nutscan_new_device(3), nutscan_free_device(3), nutscan_add_option_to_device(3), nutscan_add_device_to_device(3), nutscan_scan_eaton_serial(3), nutscan_cidr_to_ip(3)
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