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1 HP PrLiant Lights-Out 100 Remte Management User Guide Fr HP PrLiant ML110 G4, ML115 G1, DL140 G3, DL145 G3, and ML150 G3 Servers Part Number Octber 2008 (Eighth Editin)

2 Cpyright 2006, 2008 Hewlett-Packard Develpment Cmpany, L.P. The infrmatin cntained herein is subject t change withut ntice. The nly warranties fr HP prducts and services are set frth in the express warranty statements accmpanying such prducts and services. Nthing herein shuld be cnstrued as cnstituting an additinal warranty. HP shall nt be liable fr technical r editrial errrs r missins cntained herein. Cnfidential cmputer sftware. Valid license frm HP required fr pssessin, use r cpying. Cnsistent with FAR and , Cmmercial Cmputer Sftware, Cmputer Sftware Dcumentatin, and Technical Data fr Cmmercial Items are licensed t the U.S. Gvernment under vendr s standard cmmercial license. Micrsft, Windws, and Windws Server are U.S. registered trademarks f Micrsft Crpratin. Intended audience This dcument is fr the persn wh installs, administers, and trubleshts servers and strage systems. HP assumes yu are qualified in the servicing f cmputer equipment and trained in recgnizing hazards in prducts with hazardus energy levels.

3 Cntents Operatinal verview... 5 Overview... 5 New features... 5 Server management... 5 Server management features... 5 LO100 standard features... 6 LO100 ptinal features... 6 Installatin f the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card... 8 Remte management card kit cntents... 8 Preinstallatin prcedures... 8 Installing the remte management card... 9 Pst-installatin prcedures... 9 Cnfiguratin Cnfiguring netwrk access Cnfiguring user accunts Accessing BIOS Setup Utility and using functin keys Using the serial prt Enabling serial access t the LO Cnfiguring the LO100 serial prt Using TCP/IP ver Ethernet management prt Selecting an Ethernet management prt Obtaining a DHCP IP address frm the BIOS Setup Utility Setting up a static IP address frm the BIOS Setup Utility Enabling telnet and HTTP services Updating the firmware Remtely updating the firmware Using LO Using SSL Using SSH Using the SSH utility Using the PuTTY utility Using the OpenSSH utility Using CLP CLP syntax Base cmmands Specific cmmands IPMI 2.0 supprt Lgging in t LO Lgging in thrugh a web brwser Lgging in thrugh the CLP Brwser main menu ptins Cntrlling server pwer remtely Cntrlling server pwer frm a brwser Cntrlling server pwer thrugh the CLP Cntents 3

4 Mnitring sensrs Viewing sensr data frm a web brwser Viewing sensr data frm the BIOS Setup Utility Platfrm event filtering cnfiguratin Platfrm event trap cnfiguratin Using the system event lg Accessing the system event lg frm a web brwser Accessing the system event lg frm the CLP...33 Accessing the system event lg frm the BIOS Setup Utility Using Virtual KVM Using the remte graphic cnsle System buttns Using Virtual Media Accessing the remte cnsle thrugh telnet Redirecting BIOS cnsle text thrugh telnet Redirecting a Linux cnsle Micrsft Windws EMS management Hardware Inventry page User administratin Changing user settings thrugh a web brwser Changing user settings thrugh the CLP Netwrk settings Cnfiguring netwrk settings using a web brwser Cnfiguring netwrk settings using the CLP Cnfiguring netwrk settings using the BIOS Setup Utility Installing a license key Imprting a certificate Creating a certificate Installing a certificate r private key thrugh a web brwser Installing a certificate r private key thrugh the CLP Reslving character and line feed issues Technical supprt HP cntact infrmatin Befre yu cntact HP HP SIM supprt Acrnyms and abbreviatins Index Cntents 4

5 Operatinal verview Overview This guide discusses the standard and ptinal peratinal features f the LO100 used in HP PrLiant ML110 G4, PrLiant ML115 G1, PrLiant DL140 G3, PrLiant DL145 G3, and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers. New features This release f LO100 adds supprt fr the fllwing: Updated user interface Update CLP supprt Updated Java supprt t include JRE up t 1.6 Updated remte cnsle muse cntrl Server management HP PrLiant Lights-Out 100 delivers basic remte cntrl f vital server resurces, supprts IPMI 2.0, and prvides system administratrs with access t the server at any time, even befre an perating system is installed n the server. HP PrLiant Lights-Out 100 prvides text mde cnsle redirectin, DMTF SMASH cmpliant cmmand line interface, and brwser access t many f the same system management functins. Yu can access LO100 thrugh a dedicated Ethernet prt r thrugh the server serial prt. Server management features With HP PrLiant Lights-Out 100, yu can perfrm the fllwing tasks: Access a remte graphic cnsle (Virtual KVM) Access the serial cnsle f the hst perating system ver the netwrk using standards-based client utilities Switch between serial cnsle redirectin r the LO100 cmmand line interface Cmmunicate securely using SSL and SSH Remtely cntrl the pwer buttn f the server (pwer n and ff the server), r perfrm warm r cld server rebts Remtely mnitr fan speed and system pwer state (S0 r S5) Access the system event lg Operatinal verview 5

6 Access virtual media Cnfigure TCP/IP settings fr the LO100 NIC Cntrl user access Discver, identify, and launch LO100 frm HP SIM Access LO100 and server cntrls using a standard brwser r new industry-standard SMASH CLP cmmand line interface Access cmmand line help Manage the server with IPMI 2.0 cmpliant applicatins Access telnet Nt all f the features displayed and described in the guide are available n all systems. T verify which features are supprted n yur system, see "LO100 standard features (n page 6)" and "LO100 ptinal features (n page 6)" fr mre infrmatin. LO100 standard features In-band IPMI 2.0 elements available thrugh the perating system are a standard feature f HP PrLiant ML115 G1, PrLiant ML110 G4, and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers. The standard features f HP PrLiant DL140 G3 and PrLiant DL145 G3 servers include the fllwing: In-band IPMI 2.0 elements available thrugh the perating system Web brwser access (HTTP) t pwer cntrl, system event lg, hardware status, and license key activatin f ptinal features SMASH CLP interface access t remte pwer cntrl, system event lg, hardware status, and perating system serial cnsle LO100 ptinal features HP PrLiant ML115 G1, PrLiant ML110 G4, and PrLiant ML150 G3 server ptinal features are activated with installatin f the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card and include the fllwing: Supprt fr SSL, SSH, and IPMI 2.0 security with factry-default self-signed certificates and keys Supprt fr imprted certificates Virtual media access Remte graphic cnsle (Virtual KVM) access HP PrLiant DL140 G3 and PrLiant DL145 G3 server ptinal features are activated with the purchase f an ptinal features package. Tw feature packages are available: The Lights-Out 100i Select Pack includes the fllwing features: Supprt fr SSL, SSH, and IPMI 2.0 security with factry-default self-signed certificates and keys Supprt fr imprted certificates Virtual media access The Lights-Out 100i Advanced Pack includes the fllwing features: All features in the Lights-Out 100i Select Pack Operatinal verview 6

7 Virtual KVM Operatinal verview 7

8 Installatin f the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card Remte management card kit cntents Installatin f the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card is required t activate the ptinal features f the HP PrLiant ML115 G1, PrLiant ML110 G4, and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers. See "LO100 ptinal features (n page 6)" fr mre infrmatin. The HP PrLiant Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card Kit includes the fllwing cmpnents: HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card Spacer supprt Remte management card installatin instructins Preinstallatin prcedures The installatin prcedures in this dcument are intended fr individuals wh are qualified in the servicing f cmputer equipment and trained in recgnizing hazards in prducts with hazardus energy levels. WARNING: Failure t prperly turn ff the server befre yu pen the server may cause serius damage t the equipment as well as bdily harm. CAUTION: Fllw the ESD precautins listed in yur server guide when handling the remte management card. IMPORTANT: Observe the pre- and pst-cnfiguratin prcedures described in later sectins when installing the remte management card. NOTE: The prcedures described in this sectin assume that the server is psitined n a flat, stable surface. 1. Back up the server data. 2. Shut dwn the perating system as utlined in the peratin system instructins. 3. Pwer ff the server and all the peripherals cnnected t it. 4. Unplug all cables frm the pwer utlets. 5. Label each cable, if nt already labeled, t expedite reassembly. 6. Discnnect telecmmunicatin cables t avid expsure t shck hazard frm ringing vltages. 7. Open the server accrding t the instructins described in yur server manual. Installatin f the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card 8

9 Installing the remte management card 1. Remve the access panel. 2. Carefully lay the server n its unexpsed side t gain access t the system bard. 3. Lcate the remte management card cnnectrs n the system bard. 4. Install the remte management card in the cnnectrs n the system bard. Pst-installatin prcedures 1. Be sure all cmpnents are installed accrding t the installatin prcedures. 2. Be sure yu have nt left any lse tls r parts inside the server. 3. Reinstall any expansin bards, peripherals, bard cvers, and system cables previusly remved. 4. Reinstall the system cvers. 5. Cnnect all external cables and the AC pwer crd t the system. 6. Press the pwer buttn n the frnt panel t pwer n the server. Installatin f the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card 9

10 Cnfiguratin Cnfiguring netwrk access Yur server is cnnected t the netwrk using a standard Ethernet cable. Thrugh this cnnectin, yu can access the remte management CLP, verify POST remtely, and access the BIOS Setup Utility remtely. T cnfigure netwrk access: 1. Cnnect a standard Ethernet cable frm the LO100 t a netwrk jack. On HP PrLiant ML150 G3, PrLiant ML110 G4, and PrLiant ML115 G1, servers, cnnect the NIC prt n the remte management card. On HP PrLiant DL140 G3 and PrLiant DL145 G3 servers, cnnect the nbard LO100 NIC. 2. Obtain the DHCP IP address, by using either f the fllwing methds: Lk at the DHCP clients table. Press the F10 key during POST, and btain the IP address frm BIOS Setup Utility under Advanced/IPMI/LAN Setting. See "Obtaining a DHCP IP address frm the BIOS Setup Utility (n page 14)" fr mre infrmatin. By default, LO100 has DHCP enabled and autmatically negtiates an IP address. 3. With the DHCP IP address, use telnet t lg in t the remte management CLP, r use a web brwser t access the HTML interface. T set up a static IP address, see "Setting up a static IP address frm the BIOS Setup Utility (n page 15)" fr mre infrmatin. Cnfiguring user accunts LO100 supprts fur accunts types, with varying levels f permissins t view and cntrl features. Fr mre infrmatin n user accunts, see the "User administratin (n page 46)" sectin. Tw accunts are available by default, ne f type administratr and ne f type peratr. The administratr accunt enables the user t execute the full set f CLP cmmands and change management prcessr cnfiguratin. The default administratr accunt user name is admin, and the default passwrd is admin. The peratr accunt enables the user t execute cmmn cmmands and functins but restricts access t specific functins, such as adding and changing user accunt infrmatin and changing the cnfiguratin f the management prcessr. HP recmmends lgging in with the peratr accunt t perfrm cmmn functins. The default user name is Operatr, and the default passwrd is Operatr. Fr mre infrmatin n hw t lg in t LO100, see the "Lgging in t LO100 (n page 26)" sectin. Cnfiguratin 10

11 Accessing BIOS Setup Utility and using functin keys Thrughut the dcument, the F10 key is listed as the standard methd f accessing the BIOS Setup Utility, saving changes, and exiting the utility. In sme cases, the functin keys (F keys) might nt pass thrugh the telnet client crrectly t the remte system. If this ccurs, use the fllwing ESC key equivalents: F8 ESC+8 F10 ESC+0 F12 Using the serial prt The server serial prt prvides basic serial prt functinality and serves as an interface t LO100. Yu can cnfigure the system serial prt fr exclusive use with LO100. CAUTION: After enabling the serial prt fr use with LO100, legacy serial devices might nt functin crrectly if attached t the serial prt. Yu must cnfigure the LO100 serial prt hardware parameters t wrk with yur respective serial prt cmmunicatins sftware. LO100 serial prt cnfiguratin is cntrlled thrugh the BIOS Setup Utility. Enabling serial access t the LO Pwer up the server. 2. When POST displays the message, ROM-Based Setup, press the F10 key. If the server has an administratr passwrd cnfigured, the system prmpts yu t enter the passwrd. If the server des nt have a passwrd cnfigured, the main screen f the BIOS Setup Utility appears. 3. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 4. Chse ne f these ptins: On HP PrLiant ML110 G4 and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Serial Prt Assignment. Press the Enter key t tggle between System and BMC. Select System. c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Serial Prt Switching. Select Enabled. d. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Serial Prt Cnnectin Mde. Select Direct. e. Press the Esc key t return t the Advanced menu. f. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IO Device Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. g. Select Serial Prt A, and press the Enter key t tggle between Enabled and Disabled. Select Enabled. On HP PrLiant ML115 G1 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the Serial Prt Cnfiguratin menu. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Serial Prt Assignment. Press the Enter key t tggle between System and BMC. Select System. c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Serial Prt Switching. Select Enabled. Cnfiguratin 11

12 d. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Serial Prt Cnnectin Mde. Select Direct. e. Press the Esc key t return t the Advanced menu. f. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IO Device Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. g. Select Serial Prt 1 and press the Enter key t tggle between Enabled and Disabled. Select Enabled. On HP PrLiant DL140 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IO Device Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw key ( ) t scrll t the Serial Prt menu. Press the Enter key t tggle between Serial, Shared, and BMC. Select Shared. c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Serial Prt A. Select Enabled. d. Press the Esc key t return t the Advanced menu. e. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. f. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the LAN Settings submenu. Press the Enter key. g. Cnfirm the fllwing settings: BMC Telnet Service: [Enabled] BMC Ping Respnse: [Enabled] BMC HTTP Server: [Enabled] On HP PrLiant DL145 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IO Device Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw key ( ) t scrll t the Serial Prt Mde. Press the Enter key t tggle between Serial, Shared, and BMC. Select Shared. c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Serial Prt A. Select Enabled. d. Press the Esc key t return t the Advanced menu. 5. Press the F10 key t save and exit. Cnfiguring the LO100 serial prt 1. Pwer n the server by pressing the Pwer On/Off buttn n the frnt panel. 2. When POST displays the message, ROM-Based Setup, press the F10 key. If the server has an administratr passwrd cnfigured, the system prmpts yu t enter the passwrd. If the server des nt have a passwrd cnfigured, the main screen f the BIOS Setup Utility appears. 3. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 4. Chse ne f these ptins: On ML110 G4 servers, perfrm the fllwing steps: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the Cnsle Redirectin menu. Press the Enter key. b. Set Serial Prt Address t COM A. On ML115 G1 servers, perfrm the fllwing steps: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the Cnsle Redirectin menu. Press the Enter key. b. Set Cnsle Redirectin t Enabled. c. Press the Esc key t return t the Advanced menu. d. Press the up arrw ( ) key t scrll t the IO Device Cnfiguratin menu. Press the Enter key. Cnfiguratin 12

13 e. Set Serial Prt1 Address t 3F8/IRQ4. On DL140 G3 servers, perfrm the fllwing steps: a. Press the dwn arrw ( )key t scrll t IO Device Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. b. Set Serial Prt A t Enabled. On DL145 G3 servers, perfrm the fllwing steps: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the Cnsle Redirectin menu. Press the Enter key. b. Set Cm Prt Address t On-bard COM A. On ML150 G3 servers, perfrm the fllwing steps: a. Press the dwn arrw ( )key t scrll t IO Device Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. b. Set Serial Prt 1 t Enabled. c. Set Serial Prt1 Address t 3F8/IRQ4. d. Set Serial Prt 2 t Enabled. e. Set Serial Prt 2 Address t 2F8/IRQ3. 5. Review the serial prt settings, and make sure the settings match the serial prt cmmunicatins sftware settings used t cnnect t LO Press the Esc key t return t the previus screen, r press the F10 key t save the changes and exit Setup. Using TCP/IP ver Ethernet management prt Yu can cnfigure LO100 LAN prt access using tw different Ethernet prts: the dedicated 10/100 LO100 management prt r thrugh a side-band cnnectin using the server NIC. The side-band, shared, r UMP ptins utilize ne server Ethernet prt fr bth server netwrk traffic and LO100 netwrk traffic reducing the number f netwrk cables that yu must attach t the server. Selecting an Ethernet management prt T select a shared Ethernet management prt: 1. Pwer n the server by pressing the Pwer On/Off buttn n the frnt panel. 2. When POST displays the message, ROM-Based Setup, press the F10 key. If the server has an administratr passwrd cnfigured, the system prmpts yu t enter the passwrd. If the server des nt have a passwrd cnfigured, the main screen f the BIOS Setup Utility appears. 3. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 4. Chse ne f these ptins: On PrLiant ML110 G4 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Share NIC Mde ptin. Press the Enter key t tggle between Enabled and Disabled. Select Enabled. On PrLiant ML115 G1 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the BMC LAN Cnfiguratin menu. Press the Enter key. Cnfiguratin 13

14 c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Share NIC Mde ptin. Press the Enter key t tggle between Enabled and Disabled. Select Enabled. On PrLiant DL140 G3 servers, press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t NIC Optin. Press the Enter key t tggle between Dedicated NIC r the Side-band NIC. Select Side-band NIC. On PrLiant DL145 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the LAN Cnfiguratin menu. Press the Enter key. The LAN Cnfiguratin screen appears. c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t LAN Cntrller. Press the Enter key t tggle between NIC and UMP. Select UMP. On PrLiant ML150 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t Share NIC Mde ptin. Press the Enter key t tggle between Enabled and Disabled. Select Enabled. 5. Press the Esc key t return t the previus screen, r press the F10 key t save the changes and exit Setup. The dedicated TCP/IP ver Ethernet management prt, whether dedicated r shared, is a standard Ethernet 10/100Mb interface that is cnnected t the netwrk using a standard Ethernet cable. Befre using the dedicated management prt, yu must determine the DHCP IP address, set a static IP address, r use the default static IP address. Obtaining a DHCP IP address frm the BIOS Setup Utility By default, LO100 has DHCP enabled and autmatically negtiates an IP address. T view the DHCP IP address, run the BIOS Setup Utility r retrieve the DHCP IP address using CLP thrugh the serial prt cnnectin. T view the DHCP IP address using the BIOS Setup Utility: 1. Pwer n the server by pressing the Pwer On/Off buttn n the frnt panel. 2. When POST displays the message, ROM-Based Setup, press the F10 key. If the server has an administratr passwrd cnfigured, the system prmpts yu t enter the passwrd. If the server des nt have a passwrd cnfigured, the main screen f the BIOS Setup Utility appears. 3. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 4. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. 5. T btain the DCHP IP address, chse ne f these ptins: On PrLiant ML110 G4 and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers, press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the end f the menu t display the DHCP IP address. On HP PrLiant ML115 G1 servers: i. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll the BMC LAN Cnfiguratin menu. Press the Enter key. ii. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the end f the menu t display the DHCP IP address. On PrLiant DL140 G3 and DL145 G3 servers: i. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the LAN Settings submenu. Press the Enter key. ii. Nte the DHCP assigned IP address fr future reference. 6. Press the Esc key t return t the previus screen, r press the F10 key t save the changes and exit Setup. Cnfiguratin 14

15 T cnfigure r change yur netwrk settings, see "Netwrk settings (n page 48)" fr mre infrmatin. Setting up a static IP address frm the BIOS Setup Utility By default, LO100 has DHCP enabled and autmatically negtiates an IP address. T disable DHCP and enable a static IP address: 1. Press the F10 key during POST t enter the BIOS Setup Utility. 2. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 3. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. 4. T set yur netwrk BIOS settings, chse ne f these ptins: On PrLiant ML110 G4 and ML150 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the end, and select DHCP IP Surce. b. Set DHCP IP Surce t Disabled. c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn and enter a valid IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address (press the Tab key t mve between address fields). On PrLiant ML115 G1 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the BMC LAN Cnfiguratin menu. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the end, and select DHCP IP Surce. c. Set DHCP IP Surce t Disabled. d. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn and enter a valid IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address (press the Tab key t mve between address fields). On PrLiant DL140 G3 and PrLiant DL145 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the LAN Settings submenu. Press the Enter key. b. Set the IP Address Assignment t Static. This setting enables yu t mdify a static IP address thrugh the BIOS Setup menu. c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn and enter a valid IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address (press the Tab r perid (.) key t mve between address fields). 5. Press the F10 key t save and exit. T restre DHCP, see "Cnfiguring netwrk settings using the BIOS Setup Utility (n page 49)." Enabling telnet and HTTP services On PrLiant DL145 G3 servers, HTTP and telnet enabled by default. On PrLiant ML110 G4, PrLiant ML115 G1, and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers, HTTP and telnet are enabled after installing the HP PrLiant Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card. T enable telnet and HTTP n PrLiant DL140 G3 servers: 1. Press the F10 key during POST t enter the BIOS Setup Utility. 2. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 3. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. 4. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the LAN Settings submenu. Press the Enter key. 5. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the fllwing settings, and set the parameters as needed (the fllwing example shws cnfiguring fr LO100 access using telnet and a web page): Cnfiguratin 15

16 BMC Telnet Service: [Enabled] BMC Ping Respnse: [Enabled] BMC HTTP Server: [Enabled] Updating the firmware T update the LO100 firmware, use the ROMPaq utility. Dwnlads fr the ROMPaq utility are available n the HP website (http://www.hp.cm/supprt). Fr mre infrmatin abut using the ROMPaq utility, refer t the HP website (http://www.hp.cm/servers/manage). NOTE: LO100 des nt supprt ROMPAQ flashing frm a virtual flppy. After the ROMPaq utility flashes the selected device, cycle pwer manually t rebt the perating system. Remtely updating the firmware Use the lad cmmand t remtely update the LO100 firmware. The firmware file must be an uncmpressed firmware image file created using the DOS ROMPAQ utility fund n the Lights-Out 100 Firmware Upgrade Diskette Utility, which is available fr dwnlad frm the HP website (http://www.hp.cm/servers/lights-ut). T create an uncmpressed image file, enter the fllwing cmmand at the DOS prmpt: ROMPAQ /D <infile> <utfile> where <infile> is the ROMPAQ firmware image file and <utfile> is the file name fr the uncmpressed binary image file. Fr example: ROMPAQ /D cpqq0801.d14 ldrimage.bin ROMPAQ Firmware Upgrade Utility, Versin 5.02 (R) Cpyright (c) Hewlett-Packard Crpratin, Input file: CPQQ0801.D14 Output file: LDRIMAGE.BIN The lad cmmand is used t retrieve a binary image frm a specific surce lcatin (specified as a URL) and place it at the specified target address. The lad cmmand can dwnlad and flash an ldr firmware image file using TFTP frm the specified lcatin. T flash the firmware using TFTP settings: On Windws : a. Cpy the BMC firmware int a directry n the server. b. Run TFTP by launching the executable file tftpd32.exe. c. Navigate t TFTP cnfiguratin>settings, and set Timeut t 4 secnds and Max Retransmit t 10. d. Enter the Base Directry and TFTP Server IP Address. Base Directry is the path where the BMC firmware is residing. TFTP Server IP Address is the IP address f the TFTP server (fr example, ). On Linux: Cnfiguratin 16

17 a. Navigate t Applicatins>Systems Settings>Server Settings>Services and make sure that TFTP and xinetd are running. b. Open the /etc/xinetd.d/tftp file and mdify the parameter server_args t include -T Fr example, server_args = -c -s /tftpbt -T c. If a firewall is enabled, disable it r mdify the settings t allw the firewall t cnnect t the TFTP prt. T change the firewall settings, navigate t Applicatins>System Settings>Security Level, and enter 69:udp in the parameter f the ther prt. T update the firmware, lg in t LO100 as the administratr thrugh the CLP interface, and issue the lad cmmand t uplad and install the firmware frm the map1/firmware directry. 1. Start a CLP sessin. T access CLP: a. Navigate t Start>All Prgrams>Accessries>Cmmand Prmpt. b. At the cmmand prmpt, enter telnet <IP address>. 2. At the CLP prmpt, enter cd map1/firmware. 3. At the CLP prmpt, enter lad -surce <URI> -emhpfiletype csr where: <URI> is the //<tftp server IP>/<filename> t be dwnladed. <tftp server IP> is the URL r IP address f the TFTP server cntaining the firmware. <filename> is the file name f the image file (LdrImage.bin in this example). Fr example, enter lad -surce // /LdrImage.bin - emhpfiletype csr. The TFTP applicatin might reprt an errr in the early part f the firmware uplad prcess, during the firmware image validatin prcess. An errr des nt necessarily indicate failure f the firmware uplad and des nt prevent successful firmware uplads. A successful firmware uplad typically takes several minutes. After the firmware upgrade prcess is cmplete, verify that the new versin f the firmware is active. If the firmware upgrade prcess fails after sufficient time (at least 5 minutes), rebt the server, and verify that the previus versin f the firmware is still active. Always rebt the server befre retrying the firmware upgrade prcess. After installing the firmware, the IP address f the server might reset t the default value. Yu must lcally reset the IP address t the desired address. NOTE: After using the lad cmmand LO100 will reset ending yur CLP interface sessin. Yu must recnnect t the CLP interface. NOTE: When yu use the CLP lad cmmand with TFTPD32, HP recmmends using a 4- secnd timeut and 10 retries. Cnfiguratin 17

18 Using LO100 Using SSL SSL is a prtcl used t transmit private dcuments thrugh the Internet and uses a private key r certificate t encrypt data transferred ver the SSL cnnectin. The Lights-Out 100 prvides security fr remte management in distributed IT envirnments by using an industry-standard encryptin prtcl fr data traveling n unsecured netwrks. SSL is available by installing the Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card r purchasing the Lights-Out 100i Select Pack r the Lights-Out 100i Advanced Pack. Fr mre infrmatin, see "LO100 ptinal features (n page 6)." LO100 cmes preinstalled with a certificate. T install a user-specific certificate, see the ne-time "Imprting a certificate (n page 51)" setup prcedure. If yu cannt access the lgin page, yu must verify the SSL encryptin level f yur brwser is set t 128 bits. The SSL encryptin level within the management prcessr is set t 128 bits and cannt be changed. The brwser and management prcessr encryptin levels must be the same. T use the preinstalled certificate, enter https://ipaddress in the address line f the brwser, which uses SSL-encrypted cmmunicatin. Enter t use nn-ssl encrypted cmmunicatin. Using SSH SSH is a telnet-like prgram fr lgging in t and executing cmmands n a remte machine, which includes security with authenticatin, encryptin, and data integrity features. The Lights-Out 100 remte management prcessr can supprt simultaneus access frm tw SSH clients. After SSH is cnnected and authenticated, the cmmand line interface is available. LO100 supprts tw simultaneus SSH cnnectins. SSH is available by installing the Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card r purchasing the Lights-Out 100i Select Pack r the Lights-Out 100i Advanced Pack. Fr mre infrmatin, see "LO100 ptinal features (n page 6)." LO100 supprts the SSH versin 2 and the fllwing client utilities: PuTTY 0.54 r later. OpenSSH LO100 cmes preinstalled with a certificate. T install a user-specific certificate, see the ne-time "Imprting a certificate (n page 51)" setup prcedure. Using the SSH utility When using a SSH utility t cnnect t a server fr the first time, the utility prmpts yu t accept the server public key, smetimes referred t as a hst key. Accepting this key authrizes the utility t stre a Using LO100 18

19 cpy f the public key in its wn database. The utility recgnizes the server when future cnnectins are attempted by cmparing the public key t the ne stred in its database. NOTE: Lgging in t an SSH sessin culd take up t 90 secnds. Depending n the client used, yu might nt see n-screen activity during this time. T access the remte management prcessr using SSH: 1. Open an SSH windw. 2. When prmpted, enter the IP address, lgin name, and passwrd. Using the PuTTY utility PuTTY 0.54 is a terminal emulatin prduct that includes supprt fr telnet and the SSH prtcl. PuTTY 0.54 is available fr dwnlad frm the Internet. T start a PuTTY sessin, duble-click the PuTTY icn in the directry in which PuTTY is installed. T start a PuTTY sessin frm the cmmand line: T start a cnnectin t a server called hst, enter: putty.exe [-ssh -telnet -rlgin -raw] Fr telnet sessins, yu can als enter the fllwing alternative syntax: putty.exe telnet://hst[:prt]/ T start an existing saved sessin called sessin name, enter: putty.exe -lad "sessin name" When yu press Enter using PuTTY versins earlier than 0.54, tw line feeds might appear n a single line feed. T avid this issue and fr best results, HP recmmends using versin 0.54 r later. Using the OpenSSH utility OpenSSH is a free versin f the SSH prtcl available fr dwnlad n the Internet. T start an OpenSSH client in Linux, at the cmmand prmpt enter: ssh -l lginname ipaddress/dns name Using CLP HP has wrked with key industry partners within Distributed Management Task Frce, Inc. t define an industry-standard set f cmmands. The SMASH suite will standardize manageability interfaces fr servers. The Lights-Out 100 remte management prcessr implements the cmmand set defined in the Server Management Cmmand Line Prtcl Specificatin, 1.00 Draft. The CLP replaces the simple CLI that was released previusly and is n lnger supprted. The management prcessr functinality accessible frm the SMASH CLP is a lw-bandwidth interface and prvides similar functinality t the web interface. The CLP is designed fr users wh prefer a nngraphical interface. The CLP is accessible thrugh the fllwing methds: Telnet SSH cnnectin Physical serial prt Using LO100 19

20 CLP syntax LO100 CLP supprts tw simultaneus SSH cnnectins, tw SSH cnnectins and ne telnet cnnectin, r ne SSH cnnectin and tw telnet cnnectins. Yu cannt have mre than tw simultaneus SSH cnnectins and up t three (telnet and SSH) cnnectins at a time. The general syntax f CLP cmmand is: <verb> <target> <ptin> <prperty> Verbs The fllwing verbs are supprted: cd help lad reset set shw start stp exit versin Target The default target is the /. The target can be changed by the cd cmmand r by specifying a target n the cmmand line. Optins The fllwing ptins are valid: -help/-h -all/-a Prperties are the attributes f the target that can be mdified. Output The utput syntax is text. The valid Blean values fr any cmmand are true and false. General ntes If the cmmands n the CLP cmmand span mre than ne line, yu cannt navigate between different lines. Operating system-specific ntes The Micrsft Windws 2000 telnet client des nt supprt the Functins keys F1 thrugh F12, Insert, Hme, and End keys. These keys will nt wrk in a Lights-Out 100 cmmand line sessin. The Backspace key in the Lights-Out 100 CLP implementatin is mapped t the value 0x8. Sme client perating systems, Nvell Linux Desktp and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Desktp, map the Backspace key t the value 0x7f, which is used fr the Delete key in the Windws telnet client. The Backspace key will nt wrk frm a client frm which it has value f 0x7f. Fr the Linux clients, using the Hme r the End key enables the Lights-Out 100 CLP service t remap the Backspace key t use the value 0x7f, making the key functinal. In the Windws PuTTY client, the Backspace key can be mapped t a value f 0x8 by changing the setting fr Terminal Keybard t Cntrl-H. Using LO100 20

21 Base cmmands The help cmmand displays cntext-sensitive help. Entering help displays all the supprted cmmands. Entering <cmmand> -help displays the help message specific t that cmmand. Help fr verbs Calling help fr a verb returns the general syntax and usage assciated with issuing that verb. Calling help fr a verb that is nt present in the current directry returns an Unsupprted Cmmand message. The fllwing examples are all valid ways t call help fr a verb. /./-> help shw Usage: shw [<target>][<ptins>][<prperties>] /./-> shw -h Usage: shw [<target>][<ptins>][<prperties>] /./-> shw -help Usage: shw [<target>][<ptins>][<prperties>] /./-> Help fr targets Calling help fr a target returns any infrmatin abut the target, and what it cntains. Yu can call help fr any target that is nt cntained in the current directry (help map1 can be called frm system1). /./-> system1 -h Invalid cmmand /./-> system1 -help Invalid cmmand /./-> help system1 Hst System Directry /./-> help map1 Management Service Prcessr Directry /./-> cd system1 /./system1/-> help map1 Management Service Prcessr Directry Help fr prperties Calling help fr a prperty r any ther ptin fr which there is n help infrmatin returns an Unsupprted Cmmand r Invalid cmmand message. Fr example: /./system1/-> shw /./system1 Targets emhp_sensrs emhp_frus cnsle1 led1 Using LO100 21

22 Prperties name=hewlett-packard enabledstate=enabled Verbs cd versin exit shw reset start stp help /./system1/-> help name Unsupprted Cmmand /./system1/-> help enabledstate Unsupprted Cmmand /./system1/-> help prperties Unsupprted Cmmand /./system1/-> name -h Invalid cmmand /./system1/-> The exit cmmand terminates the CLP sessin. The cd cmmand sets the current default target. The cntext wrks similar t a directry path. The rt cntext fr the server and the starting pint fr a CLP system is /. (frward slash perid). By changing the cntext, yu can shrten cmmands. Fr example: The cd cmmand changes the directry. The cd.. cmmand mves up the tree ne directry. The cd myflder cmmand mves t the myflder flder if myflder is in the current directry. The shw cmmand displays values f a prperty r cntents f a cllectin target. Fr example: /./> shw /. Targets system1 map1 Using LO100 22

23 Prperties Verbs cd versin exit shw help The first line f infrmatin returned by the shw cmmand is the current cntext. In the example, /. is the current cntext. Fllwing the cntext is a list f subtargets (Targets) and prperties (Prperties) applicable t the current cntext. The verbs sectin (Verbs) shws which cmmands are available in this cntext. Yu can als specify the shw cmmand with an explicit r implicit cntext and a specific prperty. An explicit cntext is /map1/firmware and is nt dependent n the current cntext. An implicit cntext assumes that the cntext specified is a child f the current cntext. If the current cntext is /map1, then a shw firmware cmmand displays the /map1/firmware data. If a prperty is nt specified, then all prperties are shwn. The lad cmmand mves a binary image frm a URL t the map. The lad cmmand takes a binary image frm a specific surce lcatin (specified as a URL) and places the image at the specified target address. In a remte management prcessr implementatin, the firmware dwnlads a full image file using TFTP frm the specified lcatin and prgrams flash with the image. In a remte management prcessr implementatin, /map1/firmware is a valid target. The lad cmmand supprts usage nly with the fllwing ptins. -surce <lcatin> This ptin must be specified. (h)elp This ptin appears n the cmmand line. The cmmand ignres all ptins and prperties except -utput (fr terse r verbse utput). These ptins are valid nly fr this cmmand when the -help ptin is used. surce <value> This ptin specifies the target frm which the binary image is transferred. The value specified must be a valid URL. The frmat is //tftpserverip/path/filename. This ptin is required in the cmmand line when yu execute the lad cmmand unless yu use -help. The file must be an uncmpressed firmware image file that yu create using the DOS ROMPAQ utility fund n the Lights-Out 100 Firmware Upgrade Diskette Utility. Yu can dwnlad the utility frm the HP website (http://www.hp.cm/servers/lights-ut). T create the uncmpressed image file, enter the fllwing cmmand frm DOS: ROMPAQ /D <infile> <utfile> where <infile> is the ROMPAQ firmware image file and <utfile> is the filename fr the uncmpressed binary image file. -examine This ptin validates cmmand frmats. The lad cmmand returns any status data n the first lines. After the status data appears, ne f the fllwing lines f text appears n the next line: <URL> transferred t <target address> (if the file is transferred) <URL> nt transferred (if the file is nt transferred) Example: lad -surce // /pub/firmwareimage.bin -emhpfiletype csr Using LO100 23

24 // /pub/firmwareimage.bin transferred t /map1/firmware/firmwareimage The reset cmmand cycles the target frm enabled t disabled and then back t enabled. The set cmmand assigns a specific value t a prperty r grup f prperties. The standard syntax fr the set cmmand is set prperty = new value. The set cmmand is used t change any prperty (if applicable.) If the current directry des nt cntain the prperty yu want t change, yu must specify the target f the prperty befre entering the prperty yu want t change. The start cmmand causes a target t change state t a higher run level. The stp cmmand causes a target t change state t a lwer run level. Yu can between a CLP and a cnsle redirectin sessin by entering start r stp in the directry, fr example, the /./system1/cnsle1/-> directry. When using the stp cmmand t switch t the CLP sessin, yu must press the ESC key befre using the stp cmmand t return t the CLP sessin. The versin cmmand queries the versin f the CLP implementatin r ther CLP elements. Fr example: /./map1/-> versin Versin 1.00 /./map1/-> cd firmware /./map1/firmware/-> versin Versin 1.00 /./map1/firmware/-> shw /./map1/firmware Targets Prperties fwversin=2.20 Verbs cd versin exit shw reset lad help /./map1/firmware/-> shw fwversin fwversin=2.20 /./map1/firmware/-> fwversin Invalid cmmand /./map1/firmware/-> Using LO100 24

25 Specific cmmands CLP syntax fr specific cmmands is fund in the sectins that als describe the functinality thrugh the brwser interface. T turn n r ff the server LED1 (UID): 1. Brwse t the /./system1/led1/-> directry. 2. Enter the fllwing cmmand: set led1 enabledstate=enabled r disabled T view a license key: 1. Brwse t the /./map1/-> directry. 2. Enter the fllwing cmmand: shw T display the firmware versin: 1. Brwse t the /./map1/firmware/-> directry. 2. Enter the fllwing cmmand: shw IPMI 2.0 supprt LO100 supprts the industry-standard IPMI 2.0. The IPMI specificatin defines standardized, abstracted interfaces that can be used fr mnitring and cntrl functins that are built in t the platfrm hardware. In additin t supprting the mandatry cmmands fr IPMI 2.0, the fllwing additinal IPMI 2.0 features are supprted by LO100: Additinal IPMI 2.0 cmmands Get Channel Cipher Suites Set/Get Channel Security Keys Suspend/Resume Paylad Encryptin Paylad types IPMI Message RMCP+ Open Sessin Request/Respnse RAKP Message 1 / 2 RAKP Message 3 / 4 Authenticatin algrithms RAKP-nne RAKP-HMAC-SHA1 Integrity algrithms Nne HMAC-SHA1-96 Cnfidentiality algrithms Nne Using LO100 25

26 AES-CBC-128 Lgging in t LO100 Yu can lg in t the remte management prcessr thrugh a web brwser ("Lgging in thrugh a web brwser" n page 26) r thrugh the CLP ("Lgging in thrugh the CLP" n page 26). If yu are unsure f yur DHCP IP address, refer t the "Cnfiguring netwrk access (n page 10)" sectin. Lgging in thrugh a web brwser 1. Brwse t the IP address f the remte management prcessr t access the lgin screen. 2. Enter yur user name and passwrd. The default user name fr the Administratr accunt is admin, and the default passwrd is admin. The default user name fr the Operatr accunt is Operatr, and the default passwrd is Operatr. Lgging in thrugh the CLP 1. Establish a cnnectin t the remte management prcessr by launching a telnet sessin r an SSH sessin. 2. Enter the user name at the lgin prmpt. The default user name fr the Administratr accunt is admin. The default user name fr the Operatr accunt is Operatr. 3. Enter the passwrd at the passwrd prmpt. The default passwrd fr the Administratr accunt is admin. The default passwrd fr the Operatr accunt is Operatr. 4. T exit the CLP and enter Cnsle mde, enter the exit cmmand at the cmmand prmpt. Using LO100 26

27 Brwser main menu ptins Using a web brwser, yu can access all f the basic remte management capabilities f LO100. Nt all f the features displayed and described in the guide are available n all systems. T verify which features are supprted n yur system, see "LO100 standard features (n page 6)" and "LO100 ptinal features (n page 6)" fr mre infrmatin. Optin Summary Virtual Pwer Mnitring Sensrs System Event Lg Virtual KVM/Media Hardware Inventry User Administratin Netwrk Settings IMPI PET Cnfiguratin Descriptin Accesses r returns yu t the main menu navigatin bar Accesses system pwer and UID cntrl ptins Lists all sensr infrmatin, including type, name, status, reading, and PEF settings Displays the system event lg Accesses virtual media r the remte graphic cnsle Displays system hardware infrmatin Accesses the user cnfiguratin screen Accesses the netwrk parameter settings screen Accesses the PET destinatins and alert plicy table Applicatin License Key Displays the licensing screen Security Settings Accesses LO100 security, persnal certificate and key installatin ptins NOTE: The Virtual KVM / Media ptin is an advanced feature and nt available n all systems. This link may appear as Virtual Media r nt at all depending n yur system implementatin. T verify which features are supprted n yur system, see "LO100 standard features (n page 6)" and "LO100 ptinal features (n page 6)" fr mre infrmatin. Using LO100 27

28 Cntrlling server pwer remtely LO100 enables yu t remtely perate the pwer buttn f a hst server using a web brwser r the CLP. LO100 virtual pwer supprt enables yu t pwer n, pwer ff, and pwer cycle the hst server. This virtual pwer supprt perates independently f the state f the perating system. Cntrlling server pwer frm a brwser The Virtual Pwer screen displays current pwer status, hw lng the server has been pwered n, and the reasn fr the last server restart. T display the Virtual Pwer screen, n the main menu navigatin bar, click Virtual Pwer. T mdify Chassis Actins, select a Pwer Cntrl Optin in the Chassis Actins sectin, and then click Apply. T identify the server in the rack and illuminate the UID (the LED n the frnt panel f the server), frm the UID list, select the length f time fr the UID t illuminate, and then click Identify. NOTE: The UID is nt available n all LO100 servers. Fr mre infrmatin, see yur server user guide. A restre plicy cntrls hw the system respnds when pwer is cnnected t the server. T set a restre plicy: 1. Select the Pwer Restre Plicy by chsing ne f the fllwing ptins: 2. Click Set. Always pwer up Pwers n the server immediately after pwer is supplied. Restre t pwered state prir t pwer lss Pwers n the system if the system was in the pwered n state befre a lss f pwer. Pwer pushbuttn r cmmand required t pwer n system Causes the server t wait fr external actin befre pwering n the system. Using LO100 28

29 Cntrlling server pwer thrugh the CLP 1. Lg in t LO100 CLP as described in the "Lgging in t LO100 (n page 26)" sectin. 2. Change t the system1 target by entering cd system1. 3. T pwer n the server, enter start /system1. Fr example: /./system1/> start /system1 System1 started. 4. T pwer ff the server, enter stp /system1. Fr example: /./system1/> stp /system1 System1 stpped. The -frce ptin can als be used with the stp cmmand. This ptin frces the implementatin t stp the target, ignring any plicy that might cause the implementatin t nrmally nt execute the cmmand. In remte management prcessr implementatin, this prcess is equivalent t a hard pwer dwn. 5. T reset the server, enter reset /system1. Fr example: /./system1/> reset System1 reset. Mnitring sensrs LO100 prvides perating system-independent remte mnitring f the current status f majr sensrs f a target server including system temperature, fans, and vltage. Yu can view the data fr this feature n the Mnitring Sensrs Page thrugh a web brwser r thrugh the BIOS Setup Utility. Viewing sensr data frm a web brwser The Mnitring Sensrs screen displays a snapsht f the temperature, fans, and vltage sensr data, including sensr type, name, status, and current reading. T access this page frm a web brwser, n the main menu navigatin bar, click Mnitring Sensr. T update the display, click the Refresh buttn. T view r add a PEF actin, click PEF. Fr mre infrmatin, see "Platfrm Event Filtering cnfiguratin (n page 30)." Using LO100 29

30 Viewing sensr data frm the BIOS Setup Utility 1. Press the F10 key during POST t enter the BIOS Setup Utility. 2. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 3. Chse ne f these ptins: On HP PrLiant ML110 G5 and PrLiant ML150 G5 servers: i. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. ii. Scrll t Realtime Sensr Data by pressing the dwn arrw ( ) key. Press the Enter key. On HP PrLiant ML115 G5 servers: i. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. ii. Scrll t the Hardware Health Infrmatin menu by pressing the dwn arrw ( ) key. Press the Enter key. On PrLiant DL120 G5 servers: i. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. ii. Scrll t Realtime Sensr Data by pressing the dwn arrw ( ) key. Press the Enter key. On HP PrLiant DL160 G5, PrLiant DL165 G5, PrLiant DL180 G5, and PrLiant DL185 G5 servers: i. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI Cnfiguratin. Press the Enter key. ii. Scrll t the Hardware Health Infrmatin menu by pressing the dwn arrw ( ) key. Press the Enter key. The Lading data. Please wait message appears. After this message disappears, the Temperature and Vltage sensr data appears. This data is real-time data and is updated n a peridic basis. Platfrm event filtering cnfiguratin The PEF Cnfiguratin screen enables yu t cnfigure LO100 t take selected actins n received r internally generated event messages. These actins include pwering dwn the system, resetting the system, and triggering the generatin f an alert. T enable PEF functinality yu must issue the fllwing cmmands in the CLP: cd map1 emhp i D D2 emhp i D F 95 T cnfigure a PEF fr a particular sensr, click the PEF buttn t the far right f that sensr n the Mnitring Sensrs screen. The PEF buttn adjacent t each sensr pens a PEF Cnfiguratin page fr that sensr. The PEF Cnfiguratin screen cntains tw sectins: Current PEF Entries and Add PEF Entry. The Current PEF Entries sectin includes Sensr Type, Sensr Name, PEF Actin, and PEF Cntrl infrmatin. The Add PEF Entry sectin enables yu set an actin. Using LO100 30

31 Initially, there are n entries are in the Current PEF Entries sectin because n PEFs are defined. When PEF entries are defined, the PEF Cntrl field is active and enables yu t set the individual entries t enabled, disabled, r deleted. T cnfigure an actin (PEF entry), select the desired Event Offsets, select the desired PEF Actin settings, and then click Add. Event Offsets Are trip pints (mvements acrss threshlds) that define what type f sensr event triggers an actin. The infrmatin in the Events Offsets sectin varies with the type f sensr. Nt all ptins are available fr all sensrs. Yu can select any f the available ptins. PEF Actin Displays the same infrmatin fr all sensrs: Sensr Type Displays the type f sensr selected. Sensr Name Displays the name f the sensr. PEF Actin Enables yu t select frm Pwer Off, Pwer Cycle, Hard Reset, and Send Alert (requires a systems management cnsle supprting IPMI 1.5 r later). PEF Cntrl Enables r disables the sensr. Alert Plicy (list adjacent t the Add buttn) Enables yu t select an alert plicy (if defined). Alert plicies are defined n the PET Cnfiguratin screen. Fr infrmatin, see "Platfrm event trap cnfiguratin (n page 32)." If alert plicies are nt defined (default), the Alert Plicy list displays N Alert Plicy. The Alert Plicy list ppulates after alert plicies are defined and cnfigured. After cnfiguring yur alert plicies, yu can select frm the defined alert plicies fr this sensr and PEF. Add Adds the new entry t the PEF Current Entry table at the tp f the page. Using LO100 31

32 Platfrm event trap cnfiguratin The IPMI PEF Cnfiguratin screen enables yu t set an alarm r specified cnditin riginating n the server t alert an IPMI 2.0-supprted systems management cnsle. T display the IPMI PEF Cnfiguratin screen, n the main menu navigatin bar, click IPMI PEF Cnfiguratin. The Glbal PEF Enable sectin enables yu t set a glbal PEF actin. T create a glbal PEF actin, select Enabled in the PEF Enable bx, select the PEF actin, and then click Apply. The PET Destinatins sectin indicates where LO100 sends the PET (if cnfigured.) This sectin has up t eight entries specifying IP and MAC addresses. In the PET Destinatins sectin, enter either an IP address r a MAC address and then click Apply. If bth the MAC and an IP address are entered, the IP address is used. T set a plicy: 1. Select the Plicy Enable state and then enter the Plicy Number and Destinatin Selectr infrmatin. Plicy Enable Enables yu t selectively enable and disable trap frwarding. Plicy Number Enables yu t select a plicy that will be used in PEF cnfiguratin. Destinatin Selectr Specifies where t send the PET trap frm the destinatins defined in the PET Destinatins sectin. 2. Click Apply. Using the system event lg LO100 captures and stres the IPMI event lg fr access thrugh a brwser, CLP, BIOS Setup Utility, and RBSU even when the server is nt peratinal. The system event lg lists a shrt descriptin f each system event. Recrded events include abnrmal temperature, fan and vltage events, system resets, system pwer lss, user lgin, and unsuccessful lgin attempts. Using LO100 32

33 Accessing the system event lg frm a web brwser The System Event Lg screen displays a brief descriptin f the event, including event type, date, time, surce, descriptin, and directin. T access the System Event Lg frm a web brwser, n the main menu navigatin bar, click System Event Lg. T clear the system event lg, click Clear Event Lg. Accessing the system event lg frm the CLP 1. Lg in t the CLP as described in the "Lgging in t LO100 (n page 26)" sectin. 2. Enter cd /./system1/lg1 3. Enter shw t display the ttal number f system event recrds. 4. Enter shw recrd<n> t display the details f a specific recrd. Fr example: /system1/lg1/recrd1 Targets Prperties number=1 date=12/20/2004 time=15:22:05 sensrdescriptin= Backplane +12V eventdescriptin= Upper Critical-ging high eventdirectin=assertin Verbs cd versin exit shw reset emhp help Accessing the system event lg frm the BIOS Setup Utility 1. Press the F10 key during POST t enter the BIOS Setup Utility. Using LO100 33

34 2. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 3. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. 4. Chse ne f these ptins: On PrLiant ML110 G4 and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers, scrll t the bttm f the IPMI page. The available ptins include System Event Lg and System Event Lg (list mde). On PrLiant ML115 G1 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the SEL Cnfiguratin menu. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the fllwing available setup ptins: View BMC System Event Lg Clear BMC System Event Lg. On PrLiant DL140 G3 and PrLiant DL145 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the System Event Lg submenu. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the fllwing available setup items. The available ptins include Clear System Event Lg and View System Event Lg. 5. Press the Enter key t view the highlighted setup item. 6. Press the Esc key t return t the previus screen, r press the F10 key t save the changes and exit Setup. Using Virtual KVM The Virtual KVM feature f LO100 is a remte graphic cnsle that turns a supprted brwser int a virtual desktp and prvides full cntrl ver the display, keybard, and muse f the hst server. The perating system-independent cnsle supprts graphic mdes that display remte hst server activities, including shutdwn and startup peratins. Virtual KVM is an advanced feature available by installing the Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card r purchasing the Lights-Out 100i Select Pack r the Lights-Out 100i Advanced Pack. Fr mre infrmatin, see the sectin, "LO100 ptinal features (n page 6)." NOTE: This functinality is nly available n systems using a dedicated LO100 NIC. When cnnecting t the Virtual KVM applet fr the first time, the applet reprts an errr. T clear the errr and cnnect t the Virtual KVM applet, clse yur brwser sessin, and then recnnect t the Virtual KVM applet. The Virtual KVM applet is nt cmpatible with standard VNC clients and des nt implement standard VNC prtcls. Yu must use the supplied Java applet t cnnect t the server. The Virtual KVM applet cannt pass the F10 key sequence t the target system. T wrk arund this issue, use the virtual keybard n the remte server t transmit the F10 key. If shared NIC mde is enabled thrugh the BIOS Setup Utility, the KVMS ptin (link) des nt appear r functin n HP PrLiant ML110 servers. If the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card is installed, yu must use the dedicated NIC prt n the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card. The remte graphic cnsle requires JVM versin r later n the client system. T dwnlad the recmmended JVM fr yur system cnfiguratin, refer t the HP website (http://www.hp.cm/servers/manage/jvm). Using LO100 34

35 T start the LO100 remte graphic cnsle using a web brwser: 1. Lg in t LO Click Virtual KVM / Media. The LO100 remte graphic cnsle windw appears. NOTE: The Virtual KVM / Media ptin is an advanced feature and nt available n all systems. This link may appear as Virtual Media r nt at all depending n yur system implementatin. T verify which features are supprted n yur system, see "LO100 standard features (n page 6)" and "LO100 ptinal features (n page 6)" fr mre infrmatin. 3. T take full cntrl f the system, click OK, r t access the system in a view-nly mde, click Cancel. Befre using the muse in LO100 remte graphic cnsle, HP recmmends synchrnizing yur lcal muse pinter and the remte muse pinter. Fr mre infrmatin, see "Muse synchrnizatin (n page 37)." Using the remte graphic cnsle The Remte KVM/Media Viewer displays a virtual desktp and prvides full cntrl ver the display, keybard, and muse f the hst server. There are three different menus in the remte graphic cnsle menu bar: Cntrl, Preferences, and Help. Cntrl Enables yu t access virtual media devices and the virtual keybard, refresh the screen, and exit the client. Preferences Enables yu t set muse, keybard, and lgging ptins. Fr mre infrmatin, see "Remte graphic cnsle settings (n page 37)." Help Displays an Abut bx, which specifies the LO100 remte graphic cnsle versin, build date, and time. The Cntrl menu f the remte graphic cnsle has several different ptins. Using LO100 35

36 Virtual Media Displays the Virtual Media Devices page. The Virtual Media Devices page displays all accessible media drives f the strage server. Supprted devices are CD-ROM, DVD-ROM flppy disk, and mass strage devices. Fr mre infrmatin, see "Using Virtual Media (n page 39)." Virtual Keybard Opens a virtual keybard enabling yu t change the language f the virtual keybard. T change keybard settings, see "Remte graphic cnsle settings (n page 37)." The Lck buttn n the Virtual Keybard is added t each language. If yu click the Lck buttn, special keys that yu press, such as Shift, Alt, Ctrl, cntext and Windws remain in a pressed status. T release the special keys, click the Lck buttn and then click the pressed special keys. NOTE: When entering any ESC key sequences, extra characters might be buffered, causing the remte side t receive functin key presses incrrectly. T avid this issue and perfrm functin key r alternate key sequences, press and hld the ESC key, release it, and then press the ther key sequence. Turn lcal mnitr n Pwers n the lcal mnitr. Turn lcal mnitr ff Pwers dwn the lcal mnitr. When the Turn lcal mnitr ff setting is enabled, the lcal mnitr (if cnnected) appears black (blank/ff) when Virtual KVM is invked. This is a security feature. The lcal mnitr returns t nrmal peratin after clsing Virtual KVM. The Virtual KVM applet is nt cmpatible with standard VNC clients and des nt implement standard VNC prtcls. Yu must use the supplied Java applet t cnnect t the server. The Virtual KVM applet cannt pass the F10 key sequence t the target system. T wrk arund this issue, use the virtual keybard n the remte server t transmit the F10 key. The KVMS ptin (link) des nt appear r functin n HP PrLiant servers using the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card, if shared NIC mde is enabled thrugh the BIOS Setup Utility. If the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card is installed, yu must use the dedicated NIC prt n the HP Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card. Refresh Screen Updates the infrmatin n the screen. Take Full Cntrl Enables yu t take cntrl f the remte cnsle if yu are currently in view-nly mde. Only ne remte cnsle user can cntrl the remte cnsle at a time. Clicking Take Full Cntrl displays a dialg bx that prmpts yu t click OK t take full cntrl f the system r click Cancel t access the system in a view-nly mde. Discnnect Sessin Discnnects the selected user sessin. Relinquish Full Cntrl Releases cntrl f the sessin and remains in a view-nly status. Exit Clses the remte sessin. Using LO100 36

37 NOTE: The Keybard, Refresh Screen, Take Full Cntrl, Discnnect Sessin, and Relinquish Full Cntrl menu ptins are an advanced feature available with full Virtual KVM access nly. Remte graphic cnsle settings T change the muse, keybard, and lgging settings, select Preferences. The Muse tab enables yu t set the Muse mde. T display the Muse Mde list, select Muse, which has the fllwing ptins: Hide Mde (Relative) causes the LO100 remte graphic cnsle t change t Relative mde. Relative muse mde hides the lcal muse cursr. Use Hide Mde Relative if yu are running a DOS-based prgram and the muse is nt tracking crrectly. When using Hide Mde, the lcal muse is inaccessible. T access the lcal muse (nrmal mde), press Ctrl+Alt+0. Abslute Mde causes the LO100 remte graphic cnsle t send raw x and y crdinates t the server. Relative Mde sends the LO100 remte graphic cnsle relative muse psitin crdinates (+/- previus muse pinter psitin) t the server. This mde is the default fr Linux and Windws. The Keybard tab enables yu t set the language f the virtual keybard and the type f cnnectin yu are using. English is the default language. Yu can change the language f the virtual keybard by selecting ne f the 12 languages. The remte side server and lcal side server (the LO100 remte graphic cnsle) must use the same language fr the virtual keybard t functin prperly. The Lgging tab enables yu t view lg messages in a Java cnsle. Glbal Lgging is disabled by default. If yu enable this ptin, yu can view lg messages in a Java cnsle. D nt run the cnsle lnger than 2 hurs. The cnsle uses all available memry and might cause the LO100 remte graphic cnsle and the user web brwser t crash. Yu shuld peridically clear the event lg t prevent a slw cnnectin r pssible crash. T recrd all lg messages t the cnsle frm the Lgging list, select Cnsle. T check lg messages in the Java cnsle windw, frm the list n the Tls menu f Internet Explrer menu bar, select Sun Java Cnsle. T recrd all lg messages t a file, select Lg File frm the Lgging list, enabling the Cnsle Lg File textbx. T select a file in which lg messages will be stred, click the Brwse buttn, r enter the fully qualified file name f the selected file in the textbx. T send lg messages t bth a file f yur chice and t the Java cnsle, select Cnsle and Lg File. Muse synchrnizatin T synchrnize the lcal muse pinter and the server muse pinter, bring the lcal muse t the tp left crner t attract the server muse pinter t the tp left crner. Bth pinters becme synchrnized when they verlap as ne pinter. Fr muse synchrnizatin t wrk crrectly, yu must change the Enhance Muse pinter and Hardware Acceleratin ptins n the remte machine (server side) using the LO100 remte graphic cnsle. Fr Windws perating systems, perfrm the fllwing steps: Using LO100 37

38 T change the Enhance Muse pinter ptin: 1. Select Start>Cntrl Panel. 2. Duble-click Muse. The Muse Prperties windw appears. 3. Select Pinter Optins. 4. In the Pinter Optins windw: a. Set the Pinter speed bar in the middle. b. Be sure the Enhance pinter precisin ptin is nt selected. T change the Hardware Acceleratin ptin: 1. Right-click the desktp screen 2. Select Prperties. The Display Prperties windw appears. 3. Click Settings>Advanced. The vide card and mnitr prperties windw appears. 4. Click Trublesht. 5. Set hardware acceleratin t Nne t disable cursr and bitmap acceleratins (ne scale r ptin belw Full). 6. Click Apply. 7. Click OK t exit the Display Prperties windw. Fr Linux perating systems, perfrm the fllwing steps: Fr SLES 9: a. Determine which muse device is the remte cnsle muse using the xsetpinter -l cmmand t list all muse devices. b. Determine which muse t mdify by crss-referencing the utput f xsetpinter with the X cnfiguratin (either /etc/x11/xf86cnfig r /etc/x11/xrg.cnf.) c. Select the remte cnsle muse as the muse t mdify. Fr example: xsetpinter Muse[2] d. Set the acceleratin parameters. Fr example: xset m 1/1 1 Fr Red Hat Enterprise Linux, set the acceleratin parameters using: xset m 1/1 1 System buttns On the virtual keybard, there are eight different system buttns: LCtrl, LWin, LAlt, RAlt, RWin, RCtrl, Cntext, and [Lck]. These buttns can be used as virtual keys and are similar t the keys the physical keybard f yur lcal machine. Fr example, when yu press the Ctrl+Alt+Del keys n the physical keybard, the Task Manager f yur lcal machine appears in additin t the task manager n the server, r the key cmbinatin unlcks the server fr lgin. T display the Task Manager f the remte server by pressing similar virtual keys, n the LO 100 remte graphic cnsle windw, click LCtrl click LAlt, and then press the Del key n yur physical keybard. Using this key cmbinatin displays the LO100 remte graphic cnsle Task Manager. Yu can use any cmbinatin f virtual and physical Alt, Ctrl, and Del keys. Lck and special buttns, when pressed, remain in a pressed state until released. T release special buttns, click [Lck], and press the system buttns. Using LO100 38

39 Selecting r pairing LCtrl and RCtrl, LAlt and RAlt, LWin and RWin functin as they wuld n an English language keybard. Hwever, they might functin differently n keybards f ther languages. Clicking Cntext is equivalent t right-clicking the LO100 remte graphic cnsle windw. Using Virtual Media LO100 Virtual Media enables yu t add, brwse, remve, and share media devices and refresh the displayed virtual media devices list. LO100 Virtual Media is an advanced feature available by installing the Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card r purchasing the Lights-Out 100i Select Pack r the Lights-Out 100i Advanced Pack. Fr mre infrmatin, see the sectin, "LO100 ptinal features (n page 6)." T access LO100 Virtual Media: 1. Click Virtual KVM / Media r Virtual Media (depending n yur system implementatin.) The Virtual KVM screen appears. 2. On the Virtual KVM menu, select Strage. The Strage Devices windw appears and has the fllwing ptins: Clicking Add adds a new virtual media device t the strage devices list. See "Adding a virtual media device (n page 40)" fr mre infrmatin. Clicking Cnnect shares the selected device. See "Shared virtual media devices (n page 41)" fr mre infrmatin. Only ne device can be shared at ne time. Selecting a device and clicking Remve remves devices frm the virtual media devices list. Clicking Brwse enables yu t change the selected device path t anther path. Clicking Refresh rescans and displays the current devices n yur machine. A CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, r ISO image munted thrugh the Virtual KVM r Virtual Media applet functins and appears (in bt rder) the same as a lcally munted media device. Using LO100 39

40 Adding a virtual media device The LO100 virtual media ptin prvides yu with a virtual media drive, which can direct a remte hst server t bt and use standard media frm anywhere n the netwrk. Virtual media devices are available while the hst system bts. T add a new virtual media device, click Add n the Virtual Media Devices page. The Add Virtual Media Devices windw appears. This windw has the fllwing ptins: The Lk In list enables yu t change yur directry r drive. The Virtual Media Type list enables yu t specify the file type that yu want t share. Yu must declare a Virtual Media Type befre LO100 recgnizes they type f device it is sharing. The File Name textbx is the shared name f the device r images. See "Shared virtual media devices (n page 41)". There must be a disk in the device. If a disk is nt present the Invalid file r directry message appears. If yu are sharing a device, enter the Device Letter and a cln (:). Adding the cln distinguishes a device frm a file. Select a value frm the Files f Type list t select the files yu want t share. Using LO100 40

41 Shared virtual media devices Yu can share a virtual media device frm the Strage Devices windw. Only ne device may be shared at a time. T share a virtual media device, d the fllwing: 1. On the Virtual KVM menu, select Strage. The Strage Devices windw appears. 2. Click Add. A dialg bx appears, enabling yu t specify which device yu wuld like t share. 3. In the File Name field, enter either the file name r the drive yu want t share. If yu are sharing a drive, enter a cln (:) after the drive letter. 4. In the Strage Type drpdwn list, select the strage type that matches the selected resurce and click Select. Yu must have valid media in the drive if a remvable media device type is selected. The selected device displays in the dialg bx. 5. Select the device and click Cnnect. A message bx appears, indicating either the device has been successfully cnnected r a prblem has ccurred. 6. Click OK t clse the Strage Device windw. T remve a shared virtual media device, d the fllwing: Befre remving a shared device, verify the device is safe t remve. If necessary, perfrm any required steps necessary t ensure the safe remval f remvable media devices n the server. 1. On the Virtual KVM menu, select Strage. The Strage Devices windw appears, displaying all previusly added devices currently available. 2. Select the device yu want t remve and click Remve. A dialg bx appears, indicating that the device has been successfully discnnected. 3. Click OK t clse the Strage Device windw. Accessing the remte cnsle thrugh telnet Yu can access the remte cnsle thrugh either the BIOS cnsle text-redirectin functinality r a Windws Server 2003 text-based cnsle. Only ne Remte Cnsle windw can be pen at a time. T start a remte cnsle sessin, press the Esc+Q keys. T end a remte cnsle sessin and return t the CLP press the Esc+( keys. NOTE: When entering any ESC key sequences, extra characters might be buffered, causing the remte side t receive functin key presses incrrectly. T avid this issue and perfrm functin key r alternate key sequences, press and hld the ESC key, release it, and then press the ther key sequence. T change the timeut settings fr telnet and fr the remte cnsle use Linux raw IPMI cmmands r an emhp cmmand thrugh telnet. The fllwing examples disable timeut: Linux IPMI tl Raw cmmand example: ipmitl raw 0x0c 0x01 0x02 0xf6 0x00 0x00 Disabling the security timeut using telnet example: emhp i b f ef The expected respnse is: Using LO100 41

42 18 34 B DF.4... NOTE: These cmmands nly wrk in firmware versins 2.21 r later. Redirecting BIOS cnsle text thrugh telnet LO100 BIOS cnsle text redirectin enables yu t view the entire bt prcess remtely and make changes in the BIOS Setup Utility frm a remte cmputer. This tl is valuable in trubleshting and managing servers remtely. T cnfigure the BIOS Setup Utility n the target system: 1. Press the F10 key during POST t enter the BIOS Setup Utility. 2. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 3. Chse ne f these ptins: On PrLiant ML110 G4 servers, press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn t the Cnsle Redirectin ptin, and press the Enter key. Verify the fllwing settings: EMS Supprt (SPCR) Enabled Serial Prt Address COM A Baud Rate 115.2k Cnsle Type VT100/PC Cntinue C.R. after POST Off On PrLiant ML115 G1 servers, press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn t the Cnsle Redirectin ptin, and press the Enter key. Verify the fllwing settings: Cnsle Redirectin Enabled EMS Supprt (SPCR) Enabled Serial Prt Mde ,n,1 Flw Cntrl Nne Redirectin After BIOS POST Always Terminal Type VT100 Sredir Memry Display Delay N Delay On PrLiant DL140 G3 servers, press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn t the Cnsle Redirectin ptin, and press the Enter key. Verify the fllwing settings: EMS cnsle Enabled Baud Rate 115.2k Cnsle Type VT100+ Flw Cntrl Nne Cntinue C.R. after POST On On PrLiant DL145 G3 servers, press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn t the Cnsle Redirectin ptin, and press the Enter key. Verify the fllwing settings: Cm Prt Address Disabled Using LO100 42

43 Baud Rate 115.2k Cnsle Type vt100 plus Flw Cntrl Nne Cnsle Cnnectin Direct Cntinue C.R. after POST On # f vide pages t supprt 1 On PrLiant ML150 G3 servers, press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn t the Cnsle Redirectin ptin, and press the Enter key. Verify the fllwing settings: Cnsle Redirectin Enabled Baud Rate 115.2K Terminal Type VT100+ Flw Cntrl Nne Redirectin after BIOS POST On 4. Press the Esc key t return t the previus screen. 5. Scrll t the I/O Device Cnfiguratin ptin, and press the Enter key. 6. Verify that Serial Prt is set t Shared. 7. Fllw the instructins in the "Netwrk settings (n page 48)" sectin t set r btain a valid IP address. 8. Press the F10 key t save and exit. After cmpleting the cnsle redirectin prcess, yu can view the bt prcess remtely frm a client PC thrugh an established telnet sessin t the IP address f LO100. See yur perating system dcumentatin fr instructins n establishing telnet sessins. T redirect the cnsle t the telnet sessin and view the bt prcess, press the Esc+Q keys in the telnet sessin during server bt. If yu reset the server using the telnet cnnectin and press the Esc+Q keys, the bt prcess might nt appear immediately. The bt prcess appears after the server resets. Yu can end the sessin by pressing the Esc+( keys. NOTE: If yu encunter prblems lgging in t the remte cnsle, be aware that sme telnet prgrams might require yu t enable their send line feed at end f line ptin. If the remte cnsle des nt respnd t the Enter key, try setting this ptin in yur telnet prgram. NOTE: Yu must fllw the instructins in the "Netwrk settings (n page 48)" sectin t cnfigure the netwrk access prperly. Redirecting a Linux cnsle In the remte cnsle and servers with the Linux perating system, yu can enable a remte lgin n ttys0 by making the fllwing changes t the BIOS Setup Utility and bt dcuments. NOTE: The actual steps will vary depending n yur versin f Linux. 1. Using the BIOS Setup utility, verify yur system cnfiguratin by chsing ne f these ptins: Using LO100 43

44 On PrLiant ML110 G4 servers, verify r change the fllwing settings: Cnfigure Cnsle Redirectin Cnsle Redirectin Enabled EMC Supprt (SPCR) Enabled Flw Cntrl Nne Redirectin After BIOS POST Always Terminal Type VT100 Sredir Memry Display Delay N Delay I/O Device Cnfiguratin Cnfigure IO Prt Serial Prt 1 Address 3F8/IRQ4 On PrLiant ML115 G1 servers, verify r change the fllwing settings: Cnfigure Cnsle Redirectin Cnsle Redirectin Enabled EMS Supprt (SPCR) Enabled Flw Cntrl Nne Redirectin After BIOS POST Always Terminal Type VT100 Sredir Memry Display Delay N Delay I/O Device Cnfiguratin-Cnfigure IO Prt Serial Prt 1 Address 3F8/IRQ4 On PrLiant DL140 G3 and PrLiant DL145 G3 servers, verify r change the fllwing settings: Cnsle Redirectin Cnsle Redirectin Enabled EMS Cnsle Enabled Baud Rate 115.2K Cnsle Type VT100+ Flw Cntrl Nne Cntinue C.R. after POST Enabled I/O Device Serial Prt Mde BMC Serial Prt A Enabled Base I/O address 3F8 Interrupt IRQ 4 On PrLiant ML150 G3 servers, verify r change the fllwing settings: Cnsle Redirectin BIOS Serial cnsle Enabled EMC Supprt (SPCR) Enabled Using LO100 44

45 Baud Rate 115.2K Cnsle Type VT100 Cntinue C.R. after POST On I/O Device Cnfiguratin Serial Prt A Enabled Base I/O address 3F8 Interrupt IRQ 4 2. In the /bt/grub/menu.lst file, append the fllwing t the kernel startup line: cnsle=ttys Cmment ut the line GRAPHICAL DISPLAY LINE # splashimage=(hd0,0)/grub/splash.xpm.gz 3. Add an entry t allw serial cnsle lgin in /etc/inittab. Fr example: S0:12345:respawn:/sbin/agetty -L ttys0 vt In /etc/securetty enable rt access t ttys0 by adding ttys0. 5. In /etc/syscnfig/kudzu, set kudzu t nt perfrm serial prt prbing during bt. Fr example: SAFE=yes 6. After mdifying and saving the previus files, rebt the server. Yu can nw lg in t the perating system thrugh remte cnsle. After POST, in the remte cnsle, the server prmpts yu with a lgin. Enter a valid lgin and use the server as yu nrmally wuld. Use the ESC+Q keys t start remte cnsle thrugh the telnet and the ESC+( keys t exit the remte cnsle in telnet. Micrsft Windws EMS management Micrsft Windws Server 2003 prvides text-based cnsle access. Yu can cnnect a ntebk t LO100 t perfrm basic management tasks n the target system. The Windws EMS Cnsle, if enabled, displays the prcesses that are running and enables administratrs t halt prcesses. This capability is imprtant in cases in which vide, device drivers, r ther perating system features have prevented nrmal peratin and nrmal crrective actins. T enable Windws EMS management n the target system: 1. Press the F10 key during POST t enter the BIOS Setup Utility. 2. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced>Cnsle Redirectin menu. 3. Chse ne f these ptins: On PrLiant ML110 G4, PrLiant DL140 G3, PrLiant DL145 G3, and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers, press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn t the EMS Cnsle ptin, and press the Enter key t access the submenu. Verify the fllwing settings: Cnsle Redirectin Enabled Baud Rate 115.2K Terminal Type VT100+ Flw Cntrl Nne Redirectin after BIOS POST On Using LO100 45

46 On PrLiant ML115 G1 servers, press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn t the Cnsle Redirectin ptin, and press the Enter key. Verify the fllwing settings: Cnsle Redirectin Enabled EMS Supprt (SPCR) Enabled Serial Prt Mde ,n,1 Flw Cntrl Nne Redirectin After BIOS POST Always Terminal Type VT100 Sredir Memry Display Delay N Delay 4. Press the Esc key t return t the previus screen, r press the F10 key t save the changes and exit setup. After enabling Windws EMS management, yu can view the Windws EMS management cnsle remtely frm a client PC thrugh an established telnet sessin t the IP address f the target server by pressing the Esc+Q keys. Yu can end an EMS sessin by pressing the Esc+( keys. See yur perating system dcumentatin fr instructins n establishing telnet sessins. NOTE: If yu encunter prblems lgging in t the remte cnsle, be aware that sme telnet prgrams might require yu t enable their send line feed at end f line ptin. If the remte cnsle des nt respnd t the Enter key, try setting this ptin in yur telnet prgram. Hardware Inventry page The Hardware Inventry page enables yu t remtely identify the presence f prcessrs n a target server. T access this page frm a web brwser n the main menu navigatin bar, click Hardware Inventry. User administratin The User Administratin ptin n the main menu navigatin bar enables yu (if authrized) t edit the user name and passwrd fr existing users. Yu cannt create a new user. The user passwrd is stred in Using LO100 46

47 nnvlatile memry and can be changed thrugh a web brwser ("Changing user settings thrugh a web brwser" n page 47) r thrugh the CLP ("Changing user settings thrugh the CLP" n page 48). When using CLP, if yu d nt have the crrect privileges a warning message appears. If yu receive a warning message, yu must end the telnet cnnectin and re-establish a cnnectin. There are n restrictins when lgged in as either OEM r administratr. User and peratr accunts have the fllwing access. Optin User Operatr Hardware Inventry Yes Yes Virtual Pwer N Yes Mnitring Sensrs View nly Yes System Event Lg Yes Yes Netwrk Settings N N PET Cnfiguratin N N User Cnfiguratin N N Virtual KVM N N Applicatin License Key N N Security Settings N N Changing user settings thrugh a web brwser The User Administratin screen displays user infrmatin, enables yu t mdify user settings, and enable r disable user accunts. The first user accunt is a fixed null value. Yu cannt change the prperties f the first user r use it t lg in. Only the first tw users (after the fixed null value) are enabled fr lgin by default. Users can nly be enabled frm the brwser interface. WARNING: D nt disable all user accunts. If yu disable all user accunts yu will nt be able t lg in t LO100. HP recmmends always leaving at least ne user with administrative privileges. T mdify user settings: 1. On the main menu navigatin bar, click User Administratin. 2. Enter the passwrd in the Passwrd and Cnfirm Passwrd fields. Using LO100 47

48 3. Select the User Privilege level frm the list. Fr mre infrmatin n user privileges and access rights, see "User administratin (n page 46)." 4. (Optinal) Change the user name. 5. T save the changes, click Set. Changing user settings thrugh the CLP The first user is a fixed null value. Custmizable users start at user2 and cntinue thrugh user16. Yu can nly enable users fr lg in thrugh the brwser. Hwever, yu can change the values thrugh any cnnectin. 1. Lg in t the CLP as described in the "Lgging in t LO100 (n page 26)" sectin. 2. At the cmmand prmpt, enter cd map1/accunts. 3. Select a user by entering cd user1 r cd user#, where # is the user yu want t mdify and a whle number between 2 and T change the user name, enter set username=<new username>. Fr example: /./map1/accunts/user2/> set username=testuser2 5. T change the user passwrd, enter set passwrd=<new passwrd> and enter the new passwrd when prmpted. Fr example: /./map1/accunts/user2/> set passwrd=testpswd2 Passwrds are case-sensitive and can cntain up t 16 characters. 6. T change the grup name enter, set grup=<new grup name>. Valid grup settings are administratr, user, emhp, and peratr. Fr example: /./map1/accunts/user2/> set grup=user Netwrk settings Yu can view and mdify netwrk settings fr LO100 using a web brwser, CLP, r the BIOS Setup Utility. If yu change the IP address, the cnnectin t the server terminates. Yu must recnnect t the server using the new IP address. Using LO100 48

49 Cnfiguring netwrk settings using a web brwser The Netwrk Settings screen displays IP address, subnet mask, and ther TCP/IP-related settings. Frm the Netwrk Settings screen, yu can enable r disable DHCP and cnfigure a static IP address fr servers nt using DHCP. Yu can view and mdify the netwrk settings when lgged in as either OEM r administratr (admin). T mdify the netwrk settings, n the brwser main menu navigatin bar, click Netwrk Settings, enter the new settings, and then click Apply. Cnfiguring netwrk settings using the CLP 1. Lg in t LO100 CLP as described in the "Lgging in t LO100 (n page 26)" sectin. 2. At the cmmand prmpt, enter cd map1/nic1. 3. Cnfigure the netwrk settings by entering the fllwing: set <netwrk prperty>=<new setting>. Cnfigurable valid netwrk prperties are: netwrkaddress specifies the IP address fr the NIC. This setting is dynamic. emhp_nnvl_netwrkaddress specifies the IP address stred in nn-vlatile memry. emhp_mask specifies the subnet mask fr NIC. This setting is dynamic. emhp_nnvl_mask specifies the subnet mask stred in nn-vlatile memry. emhp_gateway specifies the gateway IP address fr the NIC. This setting is dynamic. emhp_nnvl_gateway specifies the gateway IP address stred in nn-vlatile memry. emhp_dhcp_enable specifies whether DHCP is enabled fr the NIC. Blean values are accepted emhp_nnvl_dhcp_enable specifies whether DHCP is enabled fr the NIC and address stred in nn-vlatile memry. Cnfiguring netwrk settings using the BIOS Setup Utility T enable a static IP address: 1. Press the F10 key during POST t enter the BIOS Setup Utility. 2. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 3. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. Using LO100 49

50 4. T set yur netwrk BIOS settings, chse ne f these ptins: On PrLiant ML110 G4 and ML150 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the end, and select DHCP IP Surce. b. Set DHCP IP Surce t Disabled. c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn and enter a valid IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address (press the Tab key t mve between address fields). On PrLiant ML115 G1 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the BMC LAN Cnfiguratin menu. Press the Enter key. b. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the end, and select DHCP IP Surce. c. Set DHCP IP Surce t Disabled. d. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn and enter a valid IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address (press the Tab key t mve between address fields). On PrLiant DL140 G3 and PrLiant DL145 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the LAN Settings submenu. Press the Enter key. b. Set the IP Address Assignment t Static. This setting enables yu t mdify a static IP address thrugh the BIOS Setup menu. c. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll dwn and enter a valid IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address (press the Tab r perid (.) key t mve between address fields). 5. Press the F10 key t save and exit. T enable a DHCP assigned address: 1. Press the F10 key during POST t enter the BIOS Setup Utility. 2. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 3. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. 4. Chse ne f these ptins: On PrLiant ML110 G4 and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the end and select DHCP IP Surce. b. Set DHCP IP Surce t Enabled. On PrLiant ML115 G1 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) t scrll t the BMC LAN Cnfiguratin menu. Press the Enter key. b. Set DHCP IP Surce t Enabled. On PrLiant DL140 G3 and PrLiant DL145 G3 servers: a. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the LAN Settings submenu. Press the Enter key. b. Set the IP Address Assignment t DHCP. 5. Press the F10 key t save and exit. T enable telnet and HTTP services: On PrLiant DL145 G3 servers, HTTP and telnet enabled by default. On PrLiant ML110 G4, PrLiant ML115 G1, and PrLiant ML150 G3 servers, HTTP and telnet are enabled after installing the HP PrLiant Lights-Out 100c Remte Management Card. T enable telnet and HTTP n PrLiant DL140 G3 servers: 1. Press the F10 key during POST t enter the BIOS Setup Utility. Using LO100 50

51 2. Press the right arrw ( ) key t navigate t the Advanced menu. 3. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t IPMI. Press the Enter key. 4. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the LAN Settings submenu. Press the Enter key. 5. Press the dwn arrw ( ) key t scrll t the fllwing settings, and set the parameters as needed (the fllwing example shws cnfiguring fr LO100 access using telnet and a web page): BMC Telnet Service: [Enabled] BMC Ping Respnse: [Enabled] BMC HTTP Server: [Enabled] Installing a license key The Applicatin License Key ptin and screen is available n HP PrLiant DL140 G3 and PrLiant DL145 G3 servers. 1. Lg in t LO100 thrugh a supprted brwser. 2. T display the license activatin screen, click Applicatin License Key. If the Applicatin License Key ptin is nt available, yu must update the LO100 firmware. Fr mre infrmatin, see "Updating the firmware (n page 16)." 3. Enter the license key in the spaces prvided. T mve between fields, click inside a field, r press the Tab key. The Activatin License Key field advances as yu enter data. 4. Click Apply. Imprting a certificate If yu d nt want t use the preinstalled public key (certificate), create and install yur wn private key (certificate). Imprting a key r certificate is a ne-time prcedure that supprts bth SSH and SSL. The key must be generated using external third-party sftware, placed n a TFTP server, and upladed t the LO100. Fr Micrsft Windws, if yu d nt have a TFTP sftware package, use TFTPD32.EXE, which is available n the Internet. Linux generally has a TFTP server installed with the perating system. If it is nt, see yur Linux dcumentatin fr mre infrmatin. Using LO100 51

52 NOTE: When yu use the CLP lad cmmand with TFTPD32, HP recmmends using a 4- secnd timeut and 10 retries. NOTE: When using the CLP lad cmmand in Linux set the timeut t The firewall built int sme Linux systems might nt allw the TFTP server t send and receive infrmatin. Yu might have t disable the firewall t allw these cnnectins. If yu are experiencing firewall issues, change the firewall settings t allw cnnectins n prt 69 (the default prt fr TFTP servers). See yur firewall dcumentatin fr additinal infrmatin. Creating a certificate LO100 requires a 1,024-bit DSA key stred in PEM (Base64-encded) frmat t be lcated n a TFTP server. Fr example, the fllwing prcess uses Win32 OpenSSL, dwnladed frm the Shining Light Prductins website (http://www.slprweb.cm/prducts/win32openssl.html), and the cmmands issued in a DOS windw t generate the certificate. T generate a certificate using Win32 OpenSSL: 1. Dwnlad Win32 OpenSSL. 2. Install and set up OpenSSL. 3. Using OpenSSL, generate a DSA parameters file: penssl dsaparam -ut server_dsaparam.pem Generate the DSA private key file, called server_privkey.pem: penssl gendsa -ut server_privkey.pem server_dsaparam.pem 5. Generate the DSA certificate (public key) file, called server cacert.pem: penssl req -new -x509 -key server_privkey.pem -ut server_cacert.pem - days When prmpted fr a distinguished name, enter an apprpriate dmain name fr the servers that will be receiving the certificate. 7. After creating the certificate, cpy it t a TFTP server that is accessible n the same netwrk as LO100. Befre imprting a certificate r key, yu must discnnect frm any remte KVMS sessins. Imprting a key r certificate will discnnect yur sessin and reset the LO100 prcessr. After imprting a key r certificate and LO100 cnfirms a successful uplad, yu must lg back int LO100. Using LO100 52

53 Installing a certificate r private key thrugh a web brwser The Security Settings page enables yu t install new keys and certificates fr SSL and SSH cnnectins. T install a certificate thrugh the brwser: 1. Lg in t LO100 as an administratr. 2. On the brwser main menu navigatin bar, click Security Settings. 3. In the tftp server IP address field, enter the IP address f the TFTP server. 4. On the menu under File type, select Certificate. 5. Enter the file name f the certificate created (server_cacert.pem) in the File Name field. Include the path relative t the tftp server rt in the file name. 6. Click Apply. T install the private key thrugh the brwser: 1. Lg in t LO100 as an administratr. 2. On the brwser main menu navigatin bar, click Security Settings. 3. In the tftp server IP address field, enter the IP address f the TFTP server. 4. On the menu under File type, select Key. 5. Enter the file name f the key created (server_privkey.pem) in the File Name field. Include the path relative t the tftp server rt in the file name. 6. Click Apply. Installing a certificate r private key thrugh the CLP T install a certificate, lg in t LO100 as administratr thrugh the CLP interface and issue the lad cmmand t uplad and install the certificate. Fr example: lad -surce <URI> -emhpfiletype cer where: <URI> is the //tftpserver IP/path/filename t be dwnladed. tftpserver is the URL r IP address f the TFTP server cntaining the certificate. Path is the path f the file relative t the TFTP server rt. filename is the file name f the certificate file (server_cacert.pem in this example). Yu can als find these cmmands in /map1/firmware directry. Using LO100 53

54 NOTE: After using the lad cmmand LO100 will reset ending yur CLP interface sessin. Yu must recnnect t the CLP interface. T install a private key, lg in t LO100 as administratr thrugh the CLP interface and issue the lad cmmand t uplad and install the certificate. Fr example: lad -surce <URI> -emhpfiletype key where: <URI> is the //tftpserver IP/path/filename t be dwnladed. tftpserver is the URL r IP address f the TFTP server cntaining the private key file. Path is the path f the file relative t the TFTP server rt. filename is the file name f the private key file (server_privkey.pem in this example). Yu can als find these cmmands in /map1/firmware directry. NOTE: After using the lad cmmand LO100 will reset ending yur CLP interface sessin. Yu must recnnect t the CLP interface. Reslving character and line feed issues HP recmmends using similar perating systems t cmmunicate between the CMS and yur applicatins r wrkstatins. Fr example, if yu are running a Linux CMS, run Linux n yur wrkstatins, and use a Linux telnet client. Likewise, if yu are running a Windws CMS, run Windws n yur wrkstatins, and use a Windws Telnet client. If yu run multiple perating systems in yur envirnment, an applicatin limitatin issue might ccur. Fr example, running Linux n yur servers and using a Windws Telnet client r PuTTY might cause an end f line character issue. If yu experience issues, d ne the fllwing: Fr a Windws Telnet client t Linux cnsle redirectin cnfiguratin, make sure Windws Telnet sends a CR fr the line feed. T set CR, use the fllwing cmmand fr Windws Telnet: unset crlf Fr applicatins such as PuTTY with Linux redirectin: a. Click Cnnectin>Telnet. Using LO100 54

55 b. Clear Return key sends Telnet New Line instead f ^M. LO100 has a default f 0x08 (input) and 0x03 (utput) filter setting that must nt be changed. If the default settings are changed, functinality issues might ccur and yu must restre the default settings. After the defaults are reset, yu must lg ut and back in t the shell t restre nrmal functinality. T restre the default settings, use the fllwing IPMI cmmands fr yur envirnment and perating system: T set telnet inbund t 0x08: CLP: emhp I 20 c b4 DOS: ipmitl 20 c Linux: ipmitl raw 0x30 0x29 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x02 0x00 0x08 T set telnet utbund t 0x03: CLP: emhp I 20 c b8 DOS: ipmitl 20 c Linux: ipmitl raw 0x30 0x29 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x02 0x01 0x03 T set SSH inbund t 0x08: CLP: emhp I 20 c b3 DOS: ipmitl 20 c Linux: ipmitl raw 0x30 0x29 0x01 0x00 0x01 0x02 0x00 0x08 T set SSH utbund t 0x03: CLP: emhp I 20 c b7 DOS: ipmitl 20 c Linux: ipmitl raw 0x30 0x29 0x01 0x00 0x01 0x02 0x01 0x03 Fr example, t restre the default setting using telnet in Windws : 1. Lg in t the CLP interface frm a Windws Telnet client. 2. Change the directry t map1 using the cmmand: cd map1 Using LO100 55

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