Place Devices in Hibernation Mode

In the Component Detail panel for a modeled device, the In Hibernation attribute indicates whether a device is in hibernation mode. When a device model is in hibernation mode, management traffic to the device and its components is suspended until a predefined number of communication attempts have succeeded. When the device can be contacted, the device model automatically resumes normal management communication.
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In the Component Detail panel for a modeled device, the In Hibernation
attribute indicates whether a device is in hibernation mode. When a device model is in hibernation mode, management traffic to the device and its components is suspended until a predefined number of communication attempts have succeeded. When the device can be contacted, the device model automatically resumes normal management communication.
Change the Number of Communication Attempts
The default number of successful communication attempts is 3 with the polling interval time (default 60 seconds) between each attempt. You can change the default number of successful communication attempts using the CA Spectrum Command Line Interface (CLI) or the OneClick Attribute Editor. For more information about the CA Spectrum CLI, see .
Either method requires changing the GlobalConfig mtype 0x00010470; the attribute HibernationCommSuccessTries 0x12acb is initially set to the default value of 3.
You can also change this value using the Attribute Editor. For more information, see .