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FusionStorage V100R006C30 File Storage Service Software Installation Guide 02

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Logging In to the Linux Operating System Running on a Storage Node Through PuTTY

Logging In to the Linux Operating System Running on a Storage Node Through PuTTY

Context

PuTTY is a piece of Windows 32-based SSH, Telnet, and Rlogin client software used for remote configuration and management. This software tool is free of charge and installation.

Procedure

  1. Double-click the program file on the PC. The PuTTY Configuration page is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-37.

    Figure 8-37  PuTTY configuration page

  2. In Host Name (or IP address), enter the management IP address and keep the default values of other parameters.

    NOTE:

    The management network supports both IPv4 and IPv6. Whether IPv4 or IPv6 addresses are configured depends on the network plan.

    If you want to log in to a non-management storage node, log in to a management node first and run ssh xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx or ssh xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx command to jump to the non-management storage node. xx.xx.xx.xx indicates the back-end IP address of the non-management node.

  3. Optional: Log in to the storage node using a password.
    1. Click Open.
    2. In login as, enter the user name and press Enter. In Password, enter the password and press Enter.

      You must change the default password of default account upon delivery of the system to reduce potential security risks. You are advised to periodically change the password.

      The default password of user omuser of the Linux operating system on the storage node is Omuser@storage. You can run the su - root command to switch to user root.

  4. Optional: Log in to the storage node using the public and private key.

    NOTE:

    Make sure the public keys of the human-machine accounts are imported to the storage node. For details, see the section Importing SSH Public Key Certificates of Operating System Accounts in Security Maintenance.

    1. Choose Connection > Data and set a user name for logging in to PuTTY, such as omuser.



    2. Choose Connection > SSH > Auth and export the private key file.



      NOTE:
      When using PuTTY to log in to a storage node, use PuTTY Key Generator to generate a private key file and save it in Save private key mode.

    3. Click Open to log in to the storage node.
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