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FusionServer G5500 Server G560 V5 Compute Node User Guide 03

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Logging In to the iBMC WebUI

Logging In to the iBMC WebUI

The following uses Internet Explorer 11 as an example to describe how to log in to the iBMC WebUI.

Context

  • Prepare the following data before logging in to the iBMC WebUI:
    • The default iBMC IP address is 10.10.1.101.
    • The default iBMC user name is Administrator, and the default password is Admin@9000.
  • The system allows a maximum of four users to log in concurrently.
  • By default, the system timeout period is five minutes. That is, if you do not perform any operation on the WebUI within five minutes, you are logged out automatically. In this case, you need to enter the user name and password to log in again.
  • The system locks a user account if the user enters incorrect passwords for five consecutive times. The account is automatically unlocked five minutes later, and the administrator user can also unlock the account using the CLI.
  • To ensure system security, change the initial password after the first login, and then change your password periodically.

Procedure

  1. Ensure that the iBMC client runs the OS and browser of the required versions. To use the remote control function, ensure that the client also runs the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) of the required version. For details about the version requirements, see Table 4-5.

    Table 4-5 Running environment

    OS

    Browser

    JRE

    Windows 7 32-bit

    Windows 7 64-bit

    Internet Explorer 9.0 to 11.0

    NOTE:

    HTML5 supports only Internet Explorer 10.0 or later.

    JRE 1.7 U45

    JRE 1.8 U45

    JRE 1.8 U144

    Mozilla Firefox 39.0 to 54.0

    Google Chrome 21.0 to 44.0

    Windows 8 32-bit

    Windows 8 64-bit

    Internet Explorer 10.0 to 11.0

    JRE 1.7 U45

    JRE 1.8 U45

    JRE 1.8 U144

    Mozilla Firefox 39.0 to 54.0

    Google Chrome 21.0 to 44.0

    Windows 10 64-bit

    Internet Explorer 11.0

    JRE 1.8 U45

    JRE 1.8 U144

    Mozilla Firefox 39.0 to 54.0

    Windows Server 2012 R2 64-bit

    Internet Explorer 11.0

    JRE 1.8 U45

    JRE 1.8 U144

    Mozilla Firefox 39.0 to 54.0

    Windows Server 2016 64-bit

    Internet Explorer 11.0

    JRE 1.8 U45

    JRE 1.8 U144

    Mozilla Firefox 39.0 to 54.0

    Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit

    Internet Explorer 9.0 to 11.0

    NOTE:

    HTML5 supports only Internet Explorer 10.0 or later.

    JRE 1.7 U45

    JRE 1.8 U45

    JRE 1.8 U144

    Mozilla Firefox 39.0 to 54.0

    Google Chrome 21.0 to 44.0

    Windows Server 2012 64-bit

    Internet Explorer 10.0 to 11.0

    JRE 1.7 U45

    JRE 1.8 U45

    JRE 1.8 U144

    Mozilla Firefox 39.0 to 54.0

    Google Chrome 21.0 to 44.0

    RHEL 6.0 64-bit

    Mozilla Firefox 39.0 to 54.0

    JRE 1.7 U45

    JRE 1.8 U45

    JRE 1.8 U144

    MAC X v10.7

    Safari 8.0

    JRE 1.7 U45

    JRE 1.8 U45

    JRE 1.8 U144

    Mozilla Firefox 39.0 to 54.0

  2. Set an IP address for the PC, and ensure that the IP address is on the same network segment as the iBMC management network port.
  3. Connect the PC to the iBMC management network port using a network cable.
  4. Open Internet Explorer, enter https://IP address of the iBMC management network port in the address box, and press Enter.
  5. On the displayed as shown in Figure 4-13, click Continue to this website.

    NOTE:
    • The page is displayed only when you log in to the iBMC by using Internet Explorer.
    • If you do not want this page to be displayed, add the iBMC to the site to the Java security list or set the Java security level to a smaller value. This reduces user security. Perform this operation with caution.
    Figure 4-13 Security caution

  6. Log in to the iBMC using either of the following methods.

    Figure 4-14 iBMC login page

    • Logging In to the iBMC as a Local User
    1. Select a language.
    2. Enter the user name and password.
      NOTE:

      The default user name of the iBMC is Administrator, and the default password is Admin@9000.

    3. Select This iBMC or Automatic matching from the Domain drop-down list.
      NOTE:

      The Domain drop-down list contains the following options:

      • This iBMC: You can select this option to log in as a local user. The system automatically uses a corresponding user from the local user list.
      • Configured domain servers: You can select a domain server to log in as an LDAP user. The system automatically uses a corresponding user from the domain server.
      • Automatic matching: If the option is selected, the system searches the local user list first. If a corresponding user is not found, the system searches the domain servers in the sequence displayed in the Domain drop-down list.
    4. Click Log In.

      If the login is successful, the Overview page is displayed, showing the user name in the upper right corner.

    NOTE:
    • If the system displays a message indicating that the user name or password is incorrect when you attempt to log in to the iBMC WebUI for the first time using the Internet Explorer after an upgrade, press Ctrl+Shift+DEL, and click Delete in the displayed dialog box to clear the browser cache. Then attempt to log in again.
    • If you cannot log in to the iBMC WebUI by using the Internet Explorer, in the menu bar of the Internet Explorer, choose Tools > Internet Options > Advanced, and click Reset.
    • Logging In to the iBMC as an LDAP User

      Before login, ensure that the following settings meet the requirements:

      NOTE:

      For details about how to create a domain controller, a user domain, and LDAP users, see domain controller documents. The iBMC provides only the access function for LDAP users.

      • A domain controller exists on the network, a user domain has been created on the domain controller, and the LDAP users who belong to the user domain have also been created.
      • On the iBMC WebUI, the LDAP function has been enabled, a user domain has been set, and the LDAP users who belong to the user domain have also been set. For details, see the LDAP Settings page.
        1. Select a language.
        2. Enter the LDAP user name and password.
          NOTE:

          To log in as an LDAP user, the user name can be in either of the following formats:

          • LDAP user name (Domain is Automatic matching or a specified domain.)
          • LDAP user name@domain name (Domain must be Automatic matching.)
        3. Select an LDAP user domain from the Domain drop-down list.
        4. Click Log In.

          If the login is successful, the Overview page is displayed, showing the user name in the upper right corner.

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