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XH321L V5 Server Node V100R005 Maintenance and Service Guide 02

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Logging In to the iBMC CLI or WebUI Through the Aggregation Management Network Port

Logging In to the iBMC CLI or WebUI Through the Aggregation Management Network Port

Procedure

NOTE:

After a PC is connected to the iBMC management network port and aggregation management network port and the aggregated management network port is enabled, you can:

  • Log in to the iBMC CLI or WebUI of a server node through the aggregation management network port.
  • Log in to the HMM CLI through the aggregation management network port.
  1. Connect a PC to the aggregation management network port.

    Connect the PC to the aggregation management network port using a network cable. See Figure 10-21.
    NOTE:

    Before configuring port aggregation, ensure that the management port is connected with a network cable. Otherwise, the management connection will be interrupted after the configuration.

    Figure 10-21 Connecting a cable to the aggregation management network port

  2. Connect the PC to the iBMC management network port of a server node.

    Connect the PC to the iBMC management network port of a server node using a network cable. See Figure 10-22.
    Figure 10-22 Connecting a cable to the management network port of a server node

  3. Enable the port aggregation function for the server node.

    • Enable network port aggregation by using the iBMC WebUI or CLI.
      • Method 1: Enable network port aggregation on the iBMC WebUI.
        1. Log in to the iBMC WebUI, select Fixed as the network port node on the NetWork Settings page, and select a network port under Aggregation Port. See Figure 10-23.
          Figure 10-23 Network Settings
        2. Click Save.
      • Method 2: Enable network port aggregation on the iBMC CLI.
        1. Log in to the iBMC CLI of the server node.
        2. Run the following command to set the network port mode to the manual mode:
          iBMC:/->ipmcset -d netmode -v 1
          Set net mode Manual successfully.
        3. Run the following command to enable network port aggregation:
          iBMC:/->ipmcset -d activeport -v 3
          Set active port successfully.
    • Enable network port aggregation on the BIOS.
      1. When the screen shown in Figure 10-24 is displayed, press Delete or F4 to start the BIOS Setup Utility.
        Figure 10-24 BIOS startup screen
        NOTE:
        • Press F11 or F3 to go to the Front Page screen.
        • Press F12 to boot from the network. Enter the password in the displayed dialog box.
      2. Choose Advanced > IPMI iBMC Configuration > iBMC Configuration and select iBMC NetWork Mode. See Figure 10-25.
        Figure 10-25 iBMC Configuration

      3. Press Enter. The following options are displayed:
        • Dedicated: Use the dedicated port as the iBMC network port.
        • OnBoard Shared: Use a service network port on the LAN on motherboard (LOM) as the iBMC network port.
        • Auto: The iBMC network port works as a management or service network port, depending on the network cable connection.
        • Aggregation: Use the network port on the HMM as the iBMC management network port.
        NOTE:
        • If you select Dedicated, set iBMC IP address parameters for the management network port. If you select Shared-LOM, set iBMC IP address parameters for service network ports. If you select Aggregation, set iBMC IP address parameters for the aggregated network port.
        • When a LOM network port is selected manually or automatically, the management and service network ports share a physical network port. You are advised to configure a virtual local area network (VLAN) for the management network port for security purposes if Fixed or Automatic is selected and a LOM network port is configured.
      4. Select Aggregation and press Enter.
        NOTE:

        Enable port aggregation for each server node.

  4. Log in to the iBMC WebUI of the server node.

    1. Open a browser, enter the IP address of the iBMC management network port in the address box, and press Enter.
    2. On the login page shown in Figure 10-26, enter the user name and password, and click Log In.
      Figure 10-26 Logging in to the iBMC

      NOTE:

      Change the default password when logging in to the iBMC for the first time.

  5. Log in to the iBMC CLI of the server node.

    1. On the PC, double-click PuTTY.exe.

      The PuTTY Configuration window is displayed, as shown in Figure 10-27.

      Figure 10-27 PuTTY Configuration

    2. Set the login parameters.

      The parameters are described as follows:

      • Host Name (or IP address): Enter the server node IP address, for example, 10.10.1.104.
      • Port: Enter 22.
      • Connection type: Set it to SSH.
      NOTE:

      Configure Host Name (or IP address) and Saved Sessions, and click Save. You can double-click the saved record under Saved Sessions to log in to the server the next time.

    3. Click Open.

      The PuTTY window is displayed.

      NOTE:
      • If this is your first login to the server, the PuTTY Security Alert dialog box is displayed. Click Yes to proceed.
      • If the account entered during server login is incorrect, reconnect PuTTY.
    4. Enter the user name and password.

      After login, the host name of the device is displayed on the left of the prompt.

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