On 9/18/2016 4:03 PM, Keith Keller wrote:
On 2016-09-18, Boris Epstein<borepst...@gmail.com>  wrote:
>Is there a little setup display right on the box? Just asking because I
>have seen that on some boxes.
You mean for configuring the IPMI interface?  I've never seen that but
it sounds very cool.  Do you have specific references for systems which
you've seen that on?

the SUpermicro IPMI's I've used, you'd configure from linux after installing ipmitools and starting the ipmi service.

   # ipmitool mc status
   Invalid mc/bmc command: status
   MC Commands:
      reset <warm|cold>
      watchdog <get|reset|off>
      setenables <option=on|off> ...
        recv_msg_intr         Receive Message Queue Interrupt
        event_msg_intr        Event Message Buffer Full Interrupt
        event_msg             Event Message Buffer
        system_event_log      System Event Logging
        oem0                  OEM 0
        oem1                  OEM 1
        oem2                  OEM 2
      getsysinfo <argument>
      setsysinfo <argument> <string>
        primary_os_name     Primary operating system name
        os_name             Operating system name
        system_name         System Name of server(vendor dependent)
        delloem_os_version  Running version of operating system
        delloem_url         URL of BMC webserver

   # ipmitool lan print 1    #<< if this command gives an error, try
   '2' instead of 1, and use '2' on all following commands
   Set in Progress         : Set Complete
   Auth Type Support       : MD2 MD5 OEM
   Auth Type Enable        : Callback : MD2 MD5 OEM
                            : User     : MD2 MD5 OEM
                            : Operator : MD2 MD5 OEM
                            : Admin    : MD2 MD5 OEM
                            : OEM      :
   IP Address Source       : Static Address
   IP Address              :
   Subnet Mask             :
   MAC Address             : 00:25:xxxxxx
   SNMP Community String   : AMI
   IP Header               : TTL=0x00 Flags=0x00 Precedence=0x00 TOS=0x00
   BMC ARP Control         : ARP Responses Enabled, Gratuitous ARP Disabled
   Gratituous ARP Intrvl   : 0.0 seconds
   Default Gateway IP      :
   Default Gateway MAC     : 00:00:00:00:00:00
   Backup Gateway IP       :
   Backup Gateway MAC      : 00:00:00:00:00:00
   802.1q VLAN ID          : Disabled
   802.1q VLAN Priority    : 0
   RMCP+ Cipher Suites     : 1,2,3,6,7,8,11,12,0
   Cipher Suite Priv Max   : aaaaXXaaaXXaaXX
                            :     X=Cipher Suite Unused
                            :     c=CALLBACK
                            :     u=USER
                            :     o=OPERATOR
                            :     a=ADMIN
                            :     O=OEM

   # ipmitool lan set 1 ipsrc static
   # ipmitool lan set 1 ipaddr
   Setting LAN IP ....
   # ipmitool lan set 1 netmask
   Setting LAN Subnet Mask ...
   # ipmitool lan set 1 defgw ipaddr
   # ipmitool lan set 1 arp respond on
   # ipmitool lan set 1 set access on

   # ipmitool lan print 1
   ....verify all values...

   # ipmitool user list 1
   ...userlist, note last ID, use ID+1 for '3' below
   # ipmitool user set name 3 somename
   # ipmitool user set password 3
   .... enter password twice...
   # ipmitool channel setaccess 1 3 callin=on link=on ipmi=on privilege=4

now try a web browser on https;//ipaddr-specified-above/ and log in as somename with the given password...

john r pierce, recycling bits in santa cruz

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