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XH321L V5 Server Node V100R005 Maintenance and Service Guide 02

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Logging In to the Server Node Using the Integrated Remote Console

Logging In to the Server Node Using the Integrated Remote Console

Procedure

  1. Log in to the iBMC WebUI.

    For details, see Logging In to the Server Node iBMC WebUI and CLI.

  2. On the menu bar, choose Remote Console.

    The Remote Console page is displayed, as shown in Figure 10-4.

    Figure 10-4 Remote Console

  3. Click Java Integrated Remote Console (Private), Java Integrated Remote Console (Shared), HTML5 Integrated Remote Console (Private), or HTML5 Integrated Remote Console (Shared).

    The KVM screen is displayed, showing the real-time desktop of the server. See Figure 10-5 and Figure 10-6.

    NOTE:
    • Java Integrated Remote Console (Private): Only one local user or VNC user can connect to the server OS by using the iBMC.
    • Java Integrated Remote Console (Shared): Two local users or five VNC users can concurrently connect to the server OS and perform operations on the server by using the iBMC. The users can see each other's operations.
    • HTML5 Integrated Remote Console (Private): Only one local user or VNC user can connect to the server OS by using the iBMC.
    • HTML5 Integrated Remote Console (Shared): Two local users or five VNC users can concurrently connect to the server OS and perform operations on the server by using the iBMC. The users can see each other's operations.
    Figure 10-5 Real-time operation console (Java)

    Figure 10-6 Real-time operation console (HTML5)

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Updated: 2019-01-08

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