Viewing Installed Devices Using the UCS Manager GUI
In the Navigation pane, click the Equipment tab.
On the Equipment tab, expand Equipment > Chassis > Chassis Number > Servers > Server Number > Adapter.
Look at the Adapters tab in the Work pane.
All adapters installed in the selected server are displayed in the table.
Viewing Installed Interface Cards Using the UCS Manager CLI
Use Telnet or SSH to connect to the UCS system.
Enters chassis server mode for the specified server in the specified chassis.
UCS-A /chassis/server #
Displays the list of interface cards installed in the server by their PID number.
switch-A # scope chassis-2 server10
switch-A /chassis-2 # show adapter
Adapter PID Vendor Serial Operational State
------- ---------- ----------------- ------------ -----------------
1 N20-AE0002 Cisco Systems Inc EXM12510017 Operable
2 N20-AE0003 Cisco Systems Inc EXM12510018 Operable
switch-A /server-qual #
Viewing Installed Devices Using the KVM Console
In your web browser, type or select the web link for
Cisco UCS Manager GUI.
The default web link is
https://UCSManager_IP. In a standalone configuration,
UCSManager_IP is the IP address for the management port on the fabric
interconnect. In a cluster configuration,
UCSManager_IP is the IP address assigned to
Cisco UCS Manager.
Cisco UCS Manager launch page, click
Launch KVM Manager.
Security Alert dialog box appears, click
Yes to accept the security certificate and
UCS - KVM Launch Manager Login page, do the following:
Enter your Cisco UCS username and
Optional: If your Cisco UCS implementation includes multiple domains, select the appropriate domain from the Domain drop-down list.
In the Service Profiles table of the KVM Launch Manager, do the following:
Locate the row containing the service profile and associated
server on which you want to view the installed devices.
In the Launch KVM column for that server, click Launch.
The KVM console opens in a separate window.
If the Caps Lock key on your keyboard is on when you open a KVM
session, and you subsequently turn off your Caps Lock key, the KVM console may
continue to act as if Caps Lock is turned on. To synchronize the KVM console
and your keyboard, press Caps Lock once without the KVM console in focus and
then press Caps Lock again with the KVM console in focus.
Reboot the server and observe the information about the installed devices
on the console screen during bootup.