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FusionServer Pro E9000 Server iBMC (V250 to V259) User Guide 20

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Creating an SOL Session (sol -d activate)

Creating an SOL Session (sol -d activate)


The sol -d activate command is used to establish a Serial Over LAN (SOL) session to the system serial port or iBMC serial port of a server.


ipmcset -t sol -d activate -v <option> <mode>






Serial port to be connected.

  • 1: system serial port
  • 2: iBMC serial port


SOL session mode.

  • 0: shared mode

    The shared mode allows two SOL sessions to be established simultaneously. Each user can view the operations performed by the other user.

  • 1: private mode

    The private mode allows only one user to set up the SOL session.

Usage Guidelines

Only iBMC V256 and later versions support this command.

Before stabling an SOL session to the system serial port, configure the serial port redirection function on the OS. For details, see the operation guide provided by the OS vendor.

The switch module does not support the command.

You can press Esc and then ( with an interval less than one second to exit from the SOL session to the command line interface.


# Establish an SOL session in shared mode to the system serial port.

iBMC:/->ipmcset -t sol -d activate -v 1 0
[Connect SOL successfully! Use 'Esc(' to exit.]
Warning! The SOL session is in shared mode, the operation can be viewed on another terminal.

sles11sp1:~ # 
sles11sp1:~ # Esc( [Close SOL]

SOL connection closed.
Updated: 2019-11-19

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