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Basic Storage Service Configuration Guide for Block

OceanStor Dorado V3 Series V300R002

This document is applicable to OceanStor Dorado3000 V3, Dorado5000 V3, Dorado6000 V3, and Dorado18000 V3. It describes the basic storage services and explains how to configure and manage them.
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Logging In to DeviceManager (Through the Web)

Logging In to DeviceManager (Through the Web)

You can log in to DeviceManager on any maintenance terminal connected to a storage system by using the management network port IP address of the storage system and the local or domain user name.

Prerequisites

Verify that the maintenance terminal meets the following requirements before using DeviceManager:

  • The operating system and browser are compatible with DeviceManager.

    DeviceManager supports multiple operating systems and browsers. You can query the compatibility using Huawei Storage Interoperability Navigator.

  • The maintenance terminal is communicating with the storage system properly.
  • The super administrator can log in to the storage system using the Local user authentication mode only.
  • To use a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) domain user account to log in to DeviceManager, you must configure the LDAP server first, then set the LDAP server parameters, and create an LDAP user account on DeviceManager.

Context

  • DeviceManager only supports TSL protocols (including TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, and TLS 1.2).
    NOTE:

    A super administrator can run the change devicemanager tls min_version=? command to change the earliest version of TLS supported by DeviceManager, and then the reboot storage service service_name=devicemanager command to restart DeviceManager for the change to take effect.

  • The default IP addresses of the management network ports are 192.168.128.101 and 192.168.128.102 respectively and the default subnet mask is 255.255.0.0 for:
    • Controllers A and B in a 2 U controller enclosure.
    • Management modules 0 and 1 in a 3 U controller enclosure.
    • Controllers A and B in an OceanStor Dorado NAS unit (available in V300R002C10 and later).
  • The default user name and password of the super administrator are admin and Admin@storage.
  • This document uses the Windows operating system as an example to explain how to log in to DeviceManager. The login operations on other operating systems need to be adjusted accordingly.
  • By default, DeviceManager allows 32 users to log in concurrently.
  • If a user does not perform any operations after logging in to the system for a period longer than the timeout limit (the limit is 30 minutes by default and modifiable), the system logs out automatically.
  • If an account is not used to log in to the system for a certain period of time (the period is 60 days by default and modifiable), it will be locked and can only be unlocked by the super administrator.
  • The storage system only supports secure OpenSSL cipher suites by default.
    NOTE:

    If the maintenance terminal used to access DeviceManager only supports insecure OpenSSL cipher suites, logging in to DeviceManager will fail. To solve the problem, contact the super administrator to run the change devicemanager ciphersuite suite=compatible command (compatible is variable and can be changed to safe as required) to change the suite to the compatible mode and then run the reboot storage service service_name=devicemanager command to restart DeviceManager for the change to take effect.

Procedure

  1. Run the web browser on the maintenance terminal.
  2. In the address box, type https://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:8088 and press Enter.

    The login page is displayed.
    NOTE:
    • For V300R002C00, XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX represents the IP address of the management network port on the controller enclosure. For V300R002C10 and later, XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX represents the IP address of the management network port on the OceanStor Dorado NAS unit or the controller enclosure.
    • In an environment running a firewall, when the system externally provides web services, you need to enable port 8088.
    • Your web browser may display a security certificate error. If the IP address is correct, you can neglect the prompt and continue to access the storage system.
    • If you have a usable security certificate, you are advised to use corresponding commands to import the certificate to improve system security. For details about the corresponding commands, see the command reference of the corresponding product model.

  3. (Optional) Set the authentication mode and language.

    1. Click Advanced.
    2. Select an authentication mode from the Authentication mode list.
      • Local user: local authentication mode.
      NOTE:

      The super administrator can log in to the storage system using the Local user authentication mode only.

      • LDAP user: LDAP domain authentication mode.

        Users can log in to the storage system in LDAP domain authentication mode only after an LDAP server is properly configured.

    3. Select your desired language from the Language list.
      NOTE:

      DeviceManager supports two languages: English and simplified Chinese.

  4. Type your user name and password in Username and Password.

    NOTE:
    • In Verification Code, enter the correct verification code.
    • If LDAP user is selected as the authentication mode, the user name and password must be a domain user name and password. If you want to log in as the super administrator, the default user name and password are admin and Admin@storage.
    • If you forget the password as an administrator or a read-only user, ask the super administrator to run the change user command to reset the password. If you forget the password as a super administrator (admin by default), ask root administrator _super_admin to log in to the CLI through a serial port and run the initpasswd command to reset the password. For details, see "Resetting the Password of an Administrator or a Read-Only User" or "Resetting the Password of a Super Administrator" in the OceanStor Dorado V3 Series V300R002 Administrator Guide.
    • If you consecutively enter incorrect passwords for more times than the value specified in Number of Incorrect Passwords (3 by default and modifiable) on the Login Policy page, DeviceManager automatically locks your account for a specified period and unlocks it after this period. The default lock time for the super administrator and other accounts is 5 minutes. For details on setting the lock time, see "Configuring Security Policy" in the administrator guide specific to your product model and version.
    • You must change the default password upon first login and periodically thereafter. For details about how to change the password, see "Changing Password" in the administrator guide specific to your product model and version.

  5. Click Log In.

    NOTE:
    • To log out of DeviceManager, click in the upper right corner.
    • To view online help, click in the upper right corner. The online help provides details about each step and operation.

    The DeviceManager home page is displayed.

    • V300R002C00 and V300R002C10 or later versions in which no OceanStor Dorado NAS unit is configured

      Figure 4-2 shows the DeviceManager home page.

      Figure 4-2 DeviceManager home page
    NOTE:

    The information displayed on the actual GUI prevails.

    Table 4-3 describes the components on the DeviceManager home page.

    Table 4-3 Components on the DeviceManager home page

    No.

    Name

    Function

    1

    Function pane

    Displays the GUIs for completing a specific activity on DeviceManager.

    • Basic Information: You can check the basic device information such as the device SN and version.
    • Alarms: You can check all current alarms in the system.
    • System Capacity Trend: You can check the current free capacity and used capacity.
    • Performance: You can check the performance trend of controllers.

    2

    Status bar

    Shows the name and login time of the currently logged-in user.

    3

    Navigation bar

    Lists available logical functional modules of the storage device.

    4

    Logout, help, and language area

    The logout, help, and language area shows the logout, help, and language buttons.

    NOTE:

    DeviceManager supports two languages: English and simplified Chinese.

    5

    Fault statistics pane

    Displays different severities of device alarms, which can be checked by users to learn about the running status of the storage device.

    • V300R002C10 or later versions in which OceanStor Dorado NAS units are configured

      Figure 4-3 shows the DeviceManager home page.

      Figure 4-3 DeviceManager home page
      NOTE:

      The information displayed on the actual GUI prevails.

      • To configure NAS services, click Dorado NAS.
      • To configure SAN services, click Dorado SAN.

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