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E9000 Server V100R001 User Guide 24

This document describes the overview, functions, structure, installation, and configuration methods of the E9000.
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Configuring Management Modules

Configuring Management Modules

After installing the MM910, configure it on a local PC to manage components in an E9000 chassis.

Configuration Process

  1. Log in to the MM910 WebUI.

    Log in to the MM910 WebUI by using the Internet Explorer.

  2. Check the MM910.

    • View the indicators on the panel and verify that the MM910 status is normal.
    • Query the MM910 version and verify that the version is the required one.

  3. Change the initial password of the default user.

    Change the initial password of the default user to strengthen system security.

  4. Configure basic data.

    Configure the static IP address, time zone, NTP time synchronization, floating IP address, default gateway, and SNMP trap reporting for the MM910.

  5. Add a user.

    The new user can log in to the MM910 to carry out routine maintenance.

  6. Configure security policies.

    Configure the security policies of the MM910, including how to modify the web timeout period and how to configure web port 80, SNMPv3 and SNMP trap v3 authentication and encryption, user login guidelines, KVM/VMM encryption, and password complexity.

  7. Replace the certificate file as required to ensure security.
  8. Log in to the MM910 CLI over SSH or a serial port.
  9. Change the U-Boot initial password of the active and standby MM910s to strengthen system security.
  10. Change the system key.

    The MM910 provides the default root key for encryption and decryption authentication. For security purposes, change the root key during the initial configuration and change it periodically during routine maintenance.

  11. Disable ATE test package download.

    ATE test package download is enabled by default. For security purposes, disable ATE test package download.

For details about how to configure the MM910s, see the MM910 Management Module V100R001 User Guide.

Updated: 2019-08-30

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