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MM910 Management Module V100R001 User Guide 24

This document provides the product description, installation and configuration methods, and common operations of the E9000 server chassis management module MM910.
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Configuration Overview

Configuration Overview

Configuration Operations

Table 4-1 describes the MM910 configuration.

Table 4-1 Configuration



Initial configuration

Perform initial configuration of the MM910.

For details, see Figure 4-1.

Security configuration

Configure features to improve the MM910 security.

Stateless computing configuration

Configure profiles for compute nodes.

Stateless computing allows compute node configuration independent of the compute node status and ensures inheritance of the UUIDs, MAC addresses, and WWNs.

Stateless computing configuration is performed in quick deployment, migration, and parts replacement.

easyLink configuration

Configure the intra-chassis networking data.

easyLink configuration simplifies the networking between switch modules and external switches, and masks the physical connections between compute node NICs and switch modules.

easyLink configuration is performed in installation, removal, and replacement of switch modules.


The easyLink feature does not support network configurations of NICs and OSs.

Figure 4-1 shows the initial configuration process. Table 4-2 describes the configuration procedure.

Figure 4-1 Initial configuration process

Table 4-2 Configuration procedure



Log in to the MM910 WebUI.

Log in to the HMM WebUI using a browser.

Check the MM910.

  • Check the indicators on the MM910 panel to determine whether the MM910 is operating properly.
  • Check whether the MM910 version is correct.

Change the initial password.

Change the initial password of the default user for security purposes.

Add users.

Add users on the active MM910.

(Optional) Configure the time zone and NTP.

  • Set the MM910 time zone to ensure consistency with the local time.
  • Set NTP server information to ensure time synchronization with the NTP server.

(Optional) Configure the email server for alarm notifications.

Set the email addresses for receiving alarms generated by the MM910 so that users are notified of the alarms in a timely manner.

(Optional) Configure LDAP.

Configure Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) users to implement unified user management.

Reference Manuals

Manuals for configuring and maintaining the MM910 are as follows:

Updated: 2019-04-10

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