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5288 V3 Server V100R003 User Guide 26

This document describes the features, appearance, and technical specifications of the 5288 V3 server, and how to install, power on, and power off the 5288 V3 server, connect cables, and install an operating system (OS) for it.
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Logging In to the iBMC CLI

Logging In to the iBMC CLI

You can log in to the iBMC CLI to manage and monitor the device. There are different ways to access the CLI of the management software. Choose a way based on site requirements.

To log in to the iBMC CLI over the network port, ensure that:

  • The network port on the client is properly connected to the management network port on the server by using a network cable.
  • The IP addresses of the client network port and the management network port are on the same network segment.

Prepare the following data before logging in to the iBMC CLI:

  • IP address of the iBMC management network port
  • User name and password of the iBMC management network port

    The default iBMC user name is root, and the default password is Huawei12#$.

Logging In over SSH

The SSH protocol is used to provide secure remote login and other network services on an insecure network. A maximum of five users can log in over SSH simultaneously.

NOTE:

SSH is used by default to log in to iBMC. If the SSH service is disabled, enable it by choosing Config > Service Settings on the iBMC web user interface (WebUI).

To log in to the CLI over SSH, perform the following operations:

  • In Linux
    1. Connect the network port of the configuration terminal to the management network port of the server.
    2. Run the following command in the terminal tool to log in to the iBMC CLI:

      ssh ipaddress

  • In Windows
    1. Download and install the client communications tool that supports SSH.
    2. Connect the network port of the configuration terminal to the management network port of the server.
    3. Enter the user name, password, and IP address of the management network port on the client communications tool to log in to the iBMC CLI.

Logging In over Telnet

NOTE:

iBMC 2.20 and later do not support CLI login over Telnet.

Telnet is insecure and is disabled by default. To log in to iBMC over Telnet, enable the Telnet service by choosing Config > Service Settings on the iBMC WebUI.

To log in to the iBMC CLI over Telnet, perform the following operations:

  • In Linux
    1. Connect the network port of the configuration terminal to the management network port of the server.
    2. Run the following command in the terminal tool to log in to the iBMC CLI:

      telnet ipaddress

  • In Windows
    1. Connect the network port of the configuration terminal to the management network port of the server.
    2. Run the following command in the terminal tool to log in to the iBMC CLI:

      telnet ipaddress

Logging In over the Serial Port

  1. Set the serial port as the iBMC serial port.

    • Running a command
      1. Log in to the iBMC CLI over SSH or Telnet.
        NOTE:

        iBMC 2.20 and later do not support CLI login over Telnet.

      2. Run the following command to change the serial port direction:

        ipmcset -d serialdir -v <option>

        Parameter

        Description

        Value

        <option>

        Serial port direction

        The value options of this parameter and the value meanings vary according to the server model. You are advised to run the ipmcget -d serialdir command to view the value options and value meanings.

        For a rack server, the options are as follows:

        • 0: switch from PANEL COM to SYS COM
        • 1: switch from PANEL COM to iBMC COM
        • 2: switch from SOL COM to SYS COM
        • 3: switch from SOL COM to iBMC COM
        • 4: switch from SYS COM to iBMC COM

        If you need to set the direction of the panel serial port to the iBMC serial port, run the ipmcset -d serialdir -v 1command.

    • Physically changing the port direction
      1. Power off the server and remove the power cables.
      2. Place the jumper cap on COM_SW pins. For details about the jumper position, see Mainboard Layout.
      3. Connect the power cables and power on the server.

  2. Use a serial cable to connect the terminal serial port and the server serial port.
  3. Log in to the CLI by using HyperTerminal and set the following parameters:

    • Bits per second: 115200
    • Data bits: 8
    • Parity: None
    • Stop bits: 1
    • Flow control: None

    Figure 9-5 shows the parameters.

    Figure 9-5 HyperTerminal Properties

  4. Enter the user name and password after the connection is established.
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