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CX912 Switch Module V100R001C10 User Guide 17

This document describes the CX912 multi-plane switch module (CX912 for short) of the Tecal E9000 server in terms of its features, installation, removal, and configuration. This document applies to the CX912 whose 10GE switching planes use the software versions of, 2.00 and later.
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Using the Local KVM Connected to the MM910

Using the Local KVM Connected to the MM910


Use the local keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) to perform any of the following operations:

  • Log in to the MM910 command-line interface (CLI).
  • Log in to the OS of a compute node.
  • Mount the DVD-ROM drive to a compute node.
  • Access a compute node or switch module over serial over LAN (SOL).

The local KVM function of the MM910 has the following restrictions:

  • The CLI does not provide the text editor function.
  • The login to the system serial port of the compute node over SOL by using the local KVM is supported.

For security purposes, run the exit command to exit the CLI when you do not need to use the KVM. Once you have accessed the CLI of the active or standby MM910 or SOL screen (shown in Figure 6-5) and the timeout timer has not expired, you can access the MM910 without entering the user name and password again.



You have logged in to the MM910 CLI.


  • User name and password for logging in to the MM910
  • User name and password for logging in to the compute node or switch module


  1. Connect the keyboard and mouse to the USB ports of the MM910.
  2. Use a VGA cable to connect the monitor to the VGA port of the MM910.

    The main screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-5.

    Figure 6-5 KVM main screen

    On the main screen:

    • Press , , , or to select, and press Enter to enter the OS of the compute node in the specified slot.
    • Press , , , or to select, and press Enter to mount the CD-ROM drive of the MM910 to the compute node in the specified slot. The CD-ROM drive color of the MM910 represents the status of the connection to the compute node.
      • indicates that the CD-ROM drive is mounted to the compute node.
      • indicates that the CD-ROM drive is open.
      • indicates that data is being accessed.

  3. Perform operations on the menu as prompted. For example, press CTRL+S.

    Go to the SOL CLI. The following information is displayed:

    *             Welcome to SMM SOL Server                               * 
    *     Please log in with SMM account and password.                    * 
    user name:

    To go to the previous screen, press Ctrl+Shift+Alt. To go to the KVM main screen, press CTRL+R.

  4. Enter the MM910 user name and password.

    The CLI for selecting a slot is displayed.

    Log in Success! 
          please input the SOL Blade1~Blade16(1 ~ 16), Blade1A~Blade16A(17 ~ 32), Swi1~Swi4(33 ~ 36) and COM#(n) 
          press Ctrl+R to return                              
    Blade1~Blade16(1 ~ 16) 
    Blade1A~Blade16A(17 ~ 32) 
    Swi1~Swi4(33 ~ 36) 
    Please input your choice:

    The sequence numbers in the preceding information are described as follows:

    • 1-32 indicate the compute nodes in slots 1 to 32 respectively.
    • 33-36 indicate the switch modules in slots 1E, 2X, 3X, and 4E respectively.

  5. Enter the slot number of the compute node or switch module to be connected. For example, enter 34 and press Enter.

    All serial ports on the server to be connected are displayed as follows:

    Please input your choice:34 
    1 BMCcom 
    2 fabriccom 
    3 baseccom 
    4 FCcom 
    COM#(1 ~ 4)

  6. Enter the number of a serial port to be connected. For example, enter 1 and press Enter.

    The serial port CLI is displayed.

  7. Enter the user name and password for connecting the serial port.

    Perform configuration and query operations on the serial port CLI.

Updated: 2018-09-20

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