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X6800 Server Node iBMC (V300 or Later) User Guide 08

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Logging In to a Server Using the Independent Remote Console (Red Hat)

Logging In to a Server Using the Independent Remote Console (Red Hat)

Scenarios

Use the independent remote console to remotely access a server from a client running Red Hat.

Prerequisites

Conditions

  • The client (for example, a PC) is connected to the iBMC management network port of the server to be accessed.

  • The ipmitool later than 1.8.14 has been installed.

Data

  • iBMC management network port IP address and port number
  • User name and password for logging in to the iBMC

Software

You have downloaded the independent remote console software package to the client (PC) and decompressed it.

Procedure

  1. Configure an IP address for the client (PC) to enable communication between the client and the iBMC. That is, the IP address configured and the iBMC management network port IP address must be in the same network segment.
  2. Open the console and specify the folder in which the IRC is stored as the working folder.
  3. Run the chmod 777 KVM.sh command to set the permission for the independent remote console.
  4. Run ./KVM.sh to start the independent remote console.

    A dialog box similar to the one shown in Figure 7-11 is displayed.

    Figure 7-11 Login interface

  5. Enter the network address, user name, and password.

    The network address can be in any of the following formats:

    • iBMC [IPv6 address]:Port number or iBMC IPv4 address:Port number

      For example, [2001::64]:444 or 192.168.100.1:444

    • iBMC domain name address:Port number
    NOTE:
    • The iBMC versions earlier than V228 only support logins of local users. The iBMC V228 and later versions support logins of local and LDAP domain users.
    • For the versions earlier than iBMC V228, Port number indicates the RMCP+ service port number. For iBMC V228 and later versions, Port number indicates the HTTPS service port number.
    • The IPv6 address must be included in square brackets ([ ]), for example, [2001::64]:444. Do not include the IPv4 address, for example, 192.168.100.1:444.
    • If the default port number is used, you do not need to enter the port number.

  6. Select the login mode, and click Connect.

    • Shared Mode: allows two users to access and manage a server at the same time. The two users can see each other's operations.
    • Private Mode: allows only one user to access and manage a server.

    Information shown in Figure 7-12 is displayed.

    Figure 7-12 Security warning

    NOTE:

    If no CA certificate is installed, click Import CA to import a CA certificate (*.cer, *.crt, or *.pem). After the CA certificate is imported, the security risk dialog box will no longer be displayed.

  7. Click Yes to open the remote console.

    The Remote Virtual Console of the server is displayed, as shown in Figure 7-13.

    Figure 7-13 Remote Virtual Console

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Updated: 2019-06-04

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