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FusionServer Pro X6800 Server iBMC (Earlier Than V250) User Guide 31

This document describes the underlying management software Intelligent Baseboard Management Controller (iBMC) of the servers.
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Login Precautions

Login Precautions

iBMC IP Address

  • For the first time to log in, use the default iBMC IP address.

    You can obtain the default IP address from the server nameplate or Default Credentials.

  • After your first login, change the iBMC IP address based on service requirements and keep it secure for subsequent network configuration.

    The iBMC IP address can be changed as follows:

    • Access the iBMC WebUI and change the IP address. For details, see Overview of the Web Interface.
    • Access the iBMC CLI and change the IP address. For details, see Introduction of CLI.
    • Access the BIOS setup utility and change the IP address. For details, see the BIOS Parameter Reference.
    • Change the IP address through the specific interface (SNMP or Redfish) from the upper-layer NMS.
  • If the iBMC is configured with a DNS or DHCP server, the iBMC address will be dynamically allocated.

    You can obtain the iBMC IP address as follows:

    • On the DHCP server, query the iBMC address based on the MAC address.
    • On the upper-layer NMS, query the iBMC IP address of the server managed by the NMS.
    • Connect to the iBMC serial port from a PC, and query the IP address on the CLI.
    • Connect to the BIOS using a KVM and query the iBMC IP address.

iBMC Users

The iBMC supports the following two types of users:

  • Local users: The iBMC supports a maximum of 16 local users. The local access mode is deal for small environments, such as labs and small- and medium-size enterprises (SMEs).
  • Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) users: The number of users and user rights are set on the LDAP server, which allows more users to access the iBMC. This access mode is ideal for environments with many users.

iBMC Clients

The clients used to log in to the iBMC WebUI must meet the following requirements. If the remote console needs to be used, use the browser and Java of the correct version. For details, see Table 3-54

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