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X6800 Server Node iBMC (Earlier Than V250) User Guide 30

This document describes the underlying management software Intelligent Baseboard Management Controller (iBMC) of the servers.
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Logging In to the iBMC WebUI

Logging In to the iBMC WebUI

This section uses Internet Explorer 11.0 as an example to describe how to log in to the iBMC WebUI.

NOTE:
  • A maximum of four users can log in to the iBMC WebUI at the same time.
  • By default, the system timeout period is 5 minutes. If no operation is performed on the WebUI within 5 minutes, the user will be automatically logged out of the WebUI.
  • The system locks a user account if the user enters incorrect passwords for five consecutive times. The user account is automatically unlocked five minutes later. The system administrator can also unlock a user account using the command line.
  • For security purposes, change the initial password after the first login and change your password periodically.
  1. Check that the OS and browser versions of the iBMC client (a local PC) are as per requirements. If the remote console function needs to be used, ensure that the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version is as per requirements.

    See Table 2-62 for version requirements.

  2. Set an IP address for the PC, and ensure that the IP address is on the same network segment as the iBMC management network port.
  3. Connect the PC to the iBMC management network port using a network cable.
  4. Open Internet Explorer, enter https://IP address of the iBMC management network port in the address box, and press Enter.

    Information shown in Figure 2-1 is displayed.

    Figure 2-1 Website security alert

    NOTE:
    • If the language of the browser you use to log in to the iBMC WebUI is not Chinese, English, or Japanese, upgrade the iBMC to 2.60 or later. Otherwise, the login page may fail to display.

    • If a website security alert is displayed, you can ignore this message or perform any of the following to shield this alert:
      • Import a trust certificate and a root certificate to the iBMC. For details, see Importing the iBMC Trust and Root Certificates.
      • If no trust certificate is available, add the iBMC to the Exception Site List on Java Control Panel. This operation, however, poses security risks.

  5. Click Continue to this website (not recommended).

    The login page is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-2.

    Figure 2-2 iBMC login page

  6. Log in to the iBMC WebUI.

    Log in to the iBMC WebUI using either of the following methods:

    • Log in as a local user.
      1. Select the language to be used.
      2. Enter the user name and password.
        NOTE:
        The default user name is root, and the default password is Huawei12#$.
      3. Select This iBMC or Automatic matching from the Domain drop-down list.
      4. Click Log In.

        The Information Summary page is displayed, showing the user name in the upper right corner.

        NOTE:

        The system may display a message indicating incorrect user name or password when you attempt to log in using Internet Explorer after the system is upgraded. If this occurs, press Ctrl+Shift+DEL, click Delete to clear the browser cache, and attempt to log in again.

        If the login still fails, choose Tools > Internet Options > Advanced in the menu bar and click Reset to restore default settings of Internet Explorer. Then attempt to log in again.

    • Log in as a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) user.

      Before login, ensure that the following settings meet the requirements:
      • A domain controller exists on the network, a user domain and the LDAP users have been created on the domain controller.
        NOTE:

        For details about how to create a domain controller, a user domain, and LDAP users, see domain controller documents. The iBMC provides only the access function for LDAP users.

      • On the iBMC WebUI, the LDAP function has been enabled, and a user domain and the LDAP users who belong to the user domain have been set. For details, see the LDAP Settings page.
      1. Select the language to be used.
      2. Enter the LDAP user name and password.

        NOTE:
        • If an LDAP user name is entered in User Name, Domain can be Automatic matching or a specified domain.
        • If LDAP user name@Domain name is entered, Domain must be Automatic matching.
      3. Select the LDAP user domain from the Domain drop-down list.
        NOTE:
        The Domain drop-down list contains the following options:
        • This iBMC: Select this option to log in as a local user. The iBMC automatically locates the user account from the local user list.
        • Configured domain server: Select a domain server to log in as an LDAP user. The iBMC automatically locates the user account from the domain server.
        • Automatic matching: If this option is selected, the iBMC searches for the user account from the local user list first. If no match is found, the iBMC searches from the domain servers in the sequence displayed in the Domain drop-down list.
      4. Click Log In.

        The Information Summary page is displayed, showing the user name in the upper right corner.

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