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PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

ServerView Remote Management Frontend

ServerView Operations Manager V4.90

Edition June 2009

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Contents

1

Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5

1.1

Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6

1.2

Structure of the manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8

1.3

Changes since the last edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9

1.4

Notational conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10

2

Configuring the Remote Management Frontend . . . . . . .

11

2.1Configuring multisession support, SSH access and

console redirection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

2.2Deleting/not deleting the console area on text console redirection after the end of a session . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

3 Starting the Remote Management Frontend . . . . . . . . . 15

3.1Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

3.1.1Requirements at the managed server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

3.1.2

Requirements at the remote workstation . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

3.2Starting the Remote Management Frontend via the

Operations Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

3.2.1Starting the Remote Management Frontend via an

iRMC/ iRMC S2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

3.2.2Starting Remote Management Frontend via an

RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP(3HU) or a BMC . . . . . . . . . . . 25

3.2.3Starting Remote Management Frontend via a

RemoteView Management Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

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4Working with the ServerView Remote Management

Frontend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

4.1The Remote Management Frontend user interface . . . . . . 33

4.1.1Remote Management window for Remote Manager and

Console Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

4.1.2Remote Management window for text console redirection

 

and power management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. .

. .

.

. 38

4.2

Establishing a connection to the managed server

. .

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.

. 42

4.2.1Establishing a connection to the iRMC/ iRMC S2,

RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3 HU) via Telnet/SSH (Remote Manager) . 42

4.2.2Establishing a connection to the iRMC/ iRMC S2/BMC for

power management and console redirection . . . . . . . . . . . 49

5

Security . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

5.1

Password protection

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

5.2

Console redirection

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Related Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Index

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

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1 Preface

The ServerView Remote Management Frontend provides you with a web-basedworking environment for the remote management of PRIMERGY servers which is integrated in the ServerView Operations Manager. The ServerView Remote Management Frontend is started from the ServerView Operations Manager and the installation of this application is therefore a necessary precondition.

The ServerView Remote Management Frontend and the ServerView Operations Manager are referred to below as the Remote Management Frontend and the Operations Manager respectively.

You simply need a standard web browser for the display at the remote workstation. You can open a separate browser window for each PRIMERGY server displayed in the Operations Manager ServerList window. From here, you can then open various windows for the remote management of the corresponding PRIMERGY server.

As a web-basedsolution, the Remote Management Frontend can be installed on a remote workstation set up under a Windows or Linux system.

IIn the case of an individual PRIMERGY server with installed

iRMC/ iRMC S2, you can also use the Remote Management Frontend functionality via this iRMC/ iRMC S2's web interface (See the manuals “iRMC - integrated Remote Management Controller” and “iRMC S2 - integrated Remote Management Controller”).

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Overview

Preface

1.1Overview

The type of window displayed in the Remote Management Frontend depends, on the one hand, on the hardware (iRMC, RSB etc.) which you use to establish the connection to the managed server and, on the other, on the interface which is provided in each case.

Hardware-specificdisplays in the Remote Management Frontend

The Remote Management Frontend's displays and controls are adapted to the remote hardware via which you establish the connection to a managed PRIMERGY server:

In the case of a PRIMERGY server with an installed iRMC oriRMC S2, you can use either the Telnet/SSH “Remote Manager” application or the managed server's power management and console redirection window in the Remote Management Frontend's console area.

In the case of a PRIMERGY server with an installed RSB orRSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (as of firmware version 6.4.57.29), the Telnet “Remote Manager” application is available to you in the Remote Management Frontend's console area once a connection has been established.

Only in the case of RSB:

You can use the Remote Manager to redirect the display at the console of the managed server. In this way, you can access the BIOS setup and the RemoteView/Diagnose system tools on the managed server.

In the case of a PRIMERGY server with an installed BMC with firmware version 2.x or higher, the managed server's power management and console redirection window is available in the Remote Management Frontend's console area after the establishment of a connection.

In the case of a blade server with a RemoteView Management Blade, the RemoteView Management Blade Telnet “Console Menu” application is available to you in the Remote Management Frontend's console area after the establishment of a connection. You can use the Console Menu to redirect the display at the consoles of the managed server blades. In this way, you can access the BIOS setup at the managed server blade.

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Overview

The interface provided by the Remote Management Frontend for the remote management of PRIMERGY servers:

Depending on the hardware available for remote management on the individual managed servers, the Remote Management Frontend provides the following interfaces for web-basedaccess to the managed servers.

Telnet-basedinterface (Remote Manager)

Depending on the managed PRIMERGY server, the connection may be established via

an iRMC/ iRMC S2 or

an RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) with firmware version 6.4.57.29 or higher.

Telnet-basedinterface (Console Menu) via a RemoteView Management Blade

SSH-basedinterface (Remote Manager) via an iRMC/ iRMC S2.

Interface for power management and console redirection (IPMI (1.5)-over-LAN-based)via a Kalypso BMC (BMC - firmware version 2.x or higher)

Interface for power management (IPMI (2.0)-over-LAN-based)and console redirection (via SOL) via

an iRMC/ iRMC S2 or

a BMC of the RX/TX 600 S2/S3

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Structure of the manual

Preface

1.2Structure of the manual

This manual provides you with information about the following topics:

Chapter 1: Preface

This chapter provides you with a brief overview of the Remote Management Frontend.

Chapter 2: Configuration

This chapter describes how you can configure the basic settings of the Remote Management Frontend depending on your requirements.

Chapter 3: Starting the Remote Management Frontend

This chapter describes how you start the Remote Management Frontend via the graphical user interface of the Operations Manager, the prerequisites that must be fulfilled and the special requirements that exist depending on the remote management hardware used in the managed server.

Chapter 4: Working with the Remote Management Frontend

This chapter starts by explaining the structure and components of the Remote Management Frontend user interface. It then describes how you establish a connection to a managed server via the Remote Management Frontend's user interface.

Chapter 5: Security

This chapter provides a brief overview of password protection in the Operations Manager and in the remote management hardware.

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Changes since the last edition

1.3Changes since the last edition

This edition is valid for the Remote Management Frontend V4.90 and replaces the following online manual: “Remote Management Frontend V4.80“, edition April 2009.

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Notational conventions

Preface

1.4Notational conventions

The meanings of the symbols used in this manual are as follows:

VWarning

This symbol is used to draw attention to risks which

may represent a health hazard or which may lead

 

to data loss or damage to the hardware.

I

This symbol is used to highlight important information and tips.

Ê

This symbol indicates an action which you must

 

carry out.

 

 

Text in italics

In running text, commands, menu items, and the

 

names of buttons, options, files and paths are

 

shown in italics.

 

 

<text>

Indicates variables which must be replaced by

 

current values.

 

 

Monospaced font

Output from the system is shown in monospaced

 

font.

Monospaced font Commands to be entered at the keyboard areBold monospaced font shown in bold, monospaced font.

[square brackets]

Indicate optional entries.

{braces}

Indicate a list of alternatives separated by “|”.

 

 

[Keyboard] [symbols]

Keys are shown as they appear on the keyboard. If

 

uppercase characters are to be entered explicitly,

 

this is indicated for instance by [SHIFT] - [A] for A.

 

If two keys are to be pressed simultaneously, this

 

is indicated by a hyphen between the two keyboard

 

symbols.

 

 

Table 1: Notational conventions

If reference is made to passages elsewhere in this manual, the title of the chapter or section is named and the page number given refers to the start of the section.

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2Configuring the Remote Management Frontend

You can use configuration files to make the following settings for the Remote Management Frontend:

Multisession support for power management and console redirection via BMC/ iRMC/ iRMC S2 and display of the buttons for SSH access (iRMC/ iRMC S2) and power management/console redirection

(iRMC/ iRMC S2) in the Operations Manager.

Deletion/non-deletionof the console area on text console redirection after termination of a console redirection session.

2.1Configuring multisession support, SSH access and console redirection

IThe following versions of the Operations Manager and the Remote Management Frontend must be present before you can configure the Remote Management Frontend settings described in this section:

Operations Manager V4.90 or higher

Remote Management Frontend V4.90 or higher

When you install the Remote Management Frontend, a folder named Features is automatically created in the directory

<SV-installation-directory>\ServerView\ServerView Services\ wwwroot\ RemoteView. In this folder, you can configure whether the following Remote Management Frontend features are made available:

Multisession support for BMC/ iRMC/ iRMC S2

For each managed PRIMERGY server with iRMC/ iRMC S2 or BMC, it is also possible to open a browser window for power management and console redirection via iRMC/ iRMC S2 or BMC.

Default value: Multisession support for BMC/ iRMC/ iRMC S2 is activated.

IMultisession support is always activated for the other interfaces made available by the Remote Management Frontend.

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Configuration

Installation and configuration

SSH access to the iRMC/ iRMC S2:

In the ServerView [server-name] window for PRIMERGY servers with iRMC/ iRMC S2, theiRMC SSH button for SSH access to the iRMC/ iRMC S2 is displayed (seefigure 5 on page 22).

Default value: The iRMC SSH button is displayed.

Console redirection (SOL) and power management for PRIMERGY servers with iRMC/ iRMC S2:

The corresponding button (iRMC Power Management) is displayed in theServerView [server-name] window (seefigure 5 on page 22).

Default value: The iRMC Power Management button for console redirection (SOL) and power management is not displayed.

Configuring settings in the “Features” folder

You can activate or deactivate the individual features (multisession support, display of certain buttons) by creating or deleting the corresponding text files in the Features folder. The content of the text files is irrelevant, i.e. the files can be empty.

The following fixed names must be used for the text files:

MultiSessionBMC

Multisession support for BMC/ iRMC/ iRMC S2 power management and console redirection is activated.

SSHiRMC

The button for SSH access to iRMC/ iRMC S2 is displayed for PRIMERGY servers with iRMC/ iRMC S2.

SOLiRMC

The button for console redirection (SOL) and power management is displayed for PRIMERGY servers with iRMC/ iRMC S2.

IPlease note:

The file names are not case-sensitive.

The file names must not have any name suffix (.txt).

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Configuration

2.2Deleting/not deleting the console area on text console redirection after the end of a session

When console redirection is performed, the content of the console area is deleted by default following termination of the console redirection session. If the content of the console area is to be retained after the end of the session then you must configure this as follows:

ÊDepending on the server, open the following files:

For servers using Kalypso BMC:

<SV-installation-directory>\ServerView\ServerView Services\

wwwroot\ RemoteView\ appbmc.conf

For servers of the type RX/TX600 S1/S2 and servers with iRMC S1/ iRMC S2:

<SV-installation-directory>\ServerView\ServerView Services\

wwwroot\ RemoteView\ appbmcl.conf

Ê Set the option Terminal.clearOnOffline to “false”.

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3Starting the Remote Management Frontend

This chapter describes:

the requirements that must be fulfilled in order to start the Remote Management Frontend via the Operations Manager.

how you start the Remote Management Frontend via the Operations Manager and what you need to take account of depending on the status and remote management hardware of the managed server.

You start the Remote Management Frontend via the graphical user interface of the Operations Manager.

IThe Remote Management Frontend is not listed in the Start menu.

IIn the case of a PRIMERGY server with installed iRMC/ iRMC S2, you can also call the Remote Management Frontend functionality for this server via the corresponding links in the iRMC/ iRMC S2's web interface (see the manuals “iRMC - integrated Remote Management Controller” and “iRMC S2 - integrated Remote Management Controller”).

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Requirements

Starting the Remote Management Frontend

3.1Requirements

Before you can start the Remote Management Frontend and establish a connection to the managed server, a number of requirements must fulfilled both at the managed server and at the remote workstation.

3.1.1Requirements at the managed server

Depending on whether the Remote Management Frontend accesses the managed server via an iRMC/ iRMC S2, an RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP, a BMC or a RemoteView Management Blade, the following requirements must be fulfilled at the managed server:

iRMC/ iRMC S2

Both the iRMC/ iRMC S2's LAN interface and text console redirection (via Serial Over LAN) must be configured.

IText console redirection via Serial over LAN (SOL) assumes that the operating system and/or the BIOS use serial port 1 (COM1) for text console redirection.

For detailed information, see the manuals “iRMC - integrated Remote Management Controller” and “iRMC S2 - integrated Remote Management Controller”.

RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU)

Access via the Remote Management Frontend to an

RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) is only possible if the

RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) is operated with firmware version *29 or higher.

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Starting the Remote Management Frontend

Requirements

The management port of the RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) on the managed server should be configured to the default value 3172.

ISince the Operations Manager does not know the management port value, the Remote Management Frontend works with the default value.

Since a connection is not automatically established when the Remote Management Frontend is started, you can correct any nonstandard value for the management port after the Remote Management Frontend has been started.

BMC

The BMC must be configured for an IPMI-over-LANconnection and console redirection.

RemoteView Management Blade

The management port of the RemoteView Management Blade on the managed server should be configured to the default value 3172.

ISince the Operations Manager does not know the management port value, the Remote Management Frontend works with the default value.

Since a connection is not automatically established when the Remote Management Frontend is started, you can correct any nonstandard value for the management port after the Remote Management Frontend has been started.

3.1.2Requirements at the remote workstation

The following must be enabled in the web browser:

Java

JavaScript

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Remote Management Frontend

3.2Starting the Remote Management Frontend via the Operations Manager

You start the Remote Management Frontend via the graphical user interface of the Operations Manager.

Proceed as follows:

ÊStart the Operations Manager

(see the manual “ServerView Operations Manager”). The main page of the Operations Manager opens:

Figure 1: ServerView Operations Manager: Start page

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ÊOn the main page of the Operations Manager, click the link ServerList under the entry “ServerList”.

The ServerList window is displayed (seefigure 2).

Figure 2: Operations Manager: “Server List” window

Access to the Remote Management Frontend varies depending on the Remote Management hardware that is present at the server:

For managed servers with iRMC/ iRMC S2:

Access via the Operations Manager window (see section “Starting the Remote Management Frontend via an iRMC/ iRMC S2” on page 20).

For managed servers with RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) and/or BMC:

Access via the Operations Manager window (see section “Starting Remote Management Frontend via an RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP(3HU) or a BMC” on page 25).

For managed blade servers ( ) with RemoteView Management Blade: Access via the Blade Server View window (seesection “Starting Remote Management Frontend via a RemoteView Management Blade” on page 30).

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Remote Management Frontend

3.2.1Starting the Remote Management Frontend via an iRMC/ iRMC S2

Proceed as follows:

ÊIn the ServerList window (seefigure 2 on page 19), click the name of the server which you want to manage with the Remote Management Frontend:

If the server can be managed via the Operations Manager (status

icon for example ), then theServerView [server-name] window opens (see“Starting the Remote Management Frontend for manageable servers” on page 21).

If the server cannot be managed via the Operations Manager but can be

accessed via the secondary channel (BMC mode, status icon ), then theRemote Management view is opened (see“Starting Remote Management Frontend for servers in BMC mode” on page 24.)

Example:

...

...

Figure 3: Operations Manager: “ServerList” window (server can be managed / cannot be managed)

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Remote Management Frontend ... starting via the Operations Manager

Starting the Remote Management Frontend for manageable servers

If the server can be managed via the Operations Manager then clicking the server name in the ServerList window (seefigure 2 on page 19) opens the

ServerView [server-name]window:

Figure 4: ServerView Operations Manager: ServerView [server-name]window

ÊUnder Information/Operation, click Maintenance - Remote Managementto go to the Remote Managementview.

The Remote Management view is displayed (seefigure 5 on page 22).

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... starting via the Operations Manager

Remote Management Frontend

(1)

(2)

Figure 5: Operations Manager: Remote Management view (server can be managed)

IThe remote management buttons (2) are only displayed if, in the Displayed Data: box, display of the online data (Online Data) (1) has been set.

If the display of the archive data has been set (Archive Data) then the buttons are not displayed.

IAll the supported buttons are displayed in figure 5 (maximum configuration). By default, theiRMC Power Management button is not displayed. For detailed information on configuring the buttons, seesection “Configuring multisession support, SSH access and console redirection” on page 11.

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Remote Management Frontend ... starting via the Operations Manager

You can click on one of the displayed buttons (except for iRMC Web) to start the Remote Management Frontend. The corresponding Remote Management Frontend user interface (Remote Management window) is then displayed. The structure and controls of theRemote Management window are described insection “The Remote Management Frontend user interface” on page 33.

iRMC Telnet

Clicking the iRMC Telnet button opens theRemote Management window for the Remote Manager (seepage 34) and allows you to establish a nonsecure Telnet connection to the managed server via iRMC/ iRMC S2 (seepage 42).

iRMC SSH

Clicking the iRMC SSH button opens theRemote Management window for the Remote Manager (seepage 34) and allows you to establish a secure SSH connection to the managed server via iRMC/ iRMC S2 (see

page 42).

iRMC Power Management

Clicking the iRMC Power Management button opens the managed server's Remote Management window fortext console redirection and power management on the managed server (see page 38).

iRMC Web

Clicking the iRMC Web button starts the iRMC/ iRMC S2 web interface (see the manuals “iRMC - integrated Remote Management Controller” and “iRMC S2 - integrated Remote Management Controller”).

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... starting via the Operations Manager Remote Management Frontend

Starting Remote Management Frontend for servers in BMC mode

If the server cannot be managed via the Operations Manager then clicking the server name in the ServerList window (seefigure 2 on page 19) immediately opens the followingRemote Management view:

Figure 6: Operations Manager: Remote Management view (server cannot be managed)

IFor an explanation offigure 6, see the description offigure 5 on page 22.

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3.2.2Starting Remote Management Frontend via an RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP(3HU) or a BMC

Proceed as follows:

ÊIn the ServerList window (seefigure 2 on page 19), click the name of the server which you want to manage with the Remote Management Frontend:

If the server can be managed via the Operations Manager (e.g. status

icon ), then theServerView [server-name] window opens (see“Starting the Remote Management Frontend for manageable servers” on

page 26).

If the server cannot be managed via the Operations Manager but can be accessed via the secondary channel (RSB mode or BMC mode, status

icon ), then theRemote Management view is opened (see“Starting the Remote Management Frontend for servers in RSB mode/BMC mode” on page 29.)

Example:

...

...

Figure 7: Operations Manager: “Server List” window (server can be managed / cannot be managed)

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... starting via the Operations Manager

Remote Management Frontend

Starting the Remote Management Frontend for manageable servers

If the server can be managed via the Operations Manager then clicking the server name in the ServerList window (seefigure 2 on page 19) opens the

ServerView [server-name]window:

Figure 8: Operations Manager: ServerView [server-name]window

ÊUnder Information/Operation, click Maintenance - Remote Managementto go to the Remote Managementview.

The Remote Management view is displayed (seefigure 9 on page 27).

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(1)

(2)

(3)

Figure 9: Operations Manager: Remote Management view (server can be managed)

IThe remote management buttons are only displayed if, in the Displayed Data: box, the display of the current data (Online Data) has been set (1).

If the display of the archive data has been set (Archive Data) then the buttons are not displayed.

Ifigure 9 on page 27 illustrates theRemote Management view for a PRIMERGY server which contains both a BMC and an RSB S2 LP.

In the case of PRIMERGY servers which possess only an

RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) but no BMC, only the buttons RSB Telnet andRSB Manager are available. (2)

In the case of PRIMERGY servers which possess only a BMC but no RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU), only the BMC Power Management button is available. (3)

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Remote Management Frontend

You can click on one of the displayed buttons (except for RSB Manager) to start the Remote Management Frontend. The corresponding Remote Management Frontend user interface (Remote Management window) is then displayed. The structure and controls of theRemote Management window are described insection “The Remote Management Frontend user interface” on page 33.

RSB Telnet

Clicking the RSB Telnet button opens theRemote Management window for the Remote Manager (seepage 34) and allows you to establish a nonsecure Telnet connection to the managed server via RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP(3HU) (seepage 42).

RSB Manager

Clicking the RSB Manager button starts the web interface of the RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU).

BMC Power Management

Clicking the BMC Power Management button opens the managed server's Remote Management window fortext console redirection and power management (see page 38).

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Starting the Remote Management Frontend for servers in RSB mode/BMC mode

If the server cannot be managed via the Operations Manager then clicking the server name in the ServerList window (seefigure 2 on page 19) immediately opens the followingRemote Management view:

Figure 10: Operations Manager: Remote Management view (server cannot be managed)

IFor an explanation of figure 10, see the description offigure 9 on page 27.

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Remote Management Frontend

3.2.3Starting Remote Management Frontend via a RemoteView Management Blade

Proceed as follows:

ÊIn the ServerList window (seefigure 2 on page 19), click the name of the blade server () that you want to manage with the Remote Management Frontend

The Blade Server View[server-name]window opens:

Figure 11: Operations Manager: Blade Server View [server-name]window

ÊUnder Information/Operation, choose

Maintenance - Remote Management Telnet to start the Remote Management Frontend.

IThe Remote Management Telnet-Linkis only activated if, in theDisplayed Data: box, display of the online data (Online Data) (1) has been set. If the display of the archive data has been set (Archive Data) then theRemote Management Telnet-Linkis not activated.

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IIt is only possible to establish a Telnet/SSL connection to a RemoteView Management Blade with a firmware version less than S3 if the Remote Management Frontend is installed on a Windows system and the web browser is also running on a Windows system. The Remote Management Frontend and the web browser can run on different Windows systems.

This restriction does not apply to Management Blades S3.

The Remote Management window for the Console Menu application is opened (seepage 34). Here, you can open anon-secureTelnet connection to a blade server via RemoteView Management Blade. For more information, see the manual “PRIMERGY BX Blade Server Systems - RemoteView Management Blade”.

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4Working with the ServerView Remote Management Frontend

This chapter describes:

The structure of the Remote Management Frontend user interface and the components which are displayed when the Remote Management Frontend is started via the Operations Manager.

The procedure for establishing a connection to the managed server via the Remote Management Frontend interface.

4.1The Remote Management Frontend user interface

The Remote Management Frontend user interface (Remote Management window) is displayed in a browser window without a menu bar.

There are two variants of the Remote Management window:

Variant for the Remote Manager and Console Menu application:

The Remote Manager is an alphanumeric user interface for the remote management of PRIMERGY servers with iRMC/ iRMC S2 or RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU).

The Console Menu application is an alphanumeric user interface for the remote management of blade servers with RemoteView Management Blade.

Variant for text console redirection and power management of the managed server via iRMC/ iRMC S2 or BMC.

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User interfaces

Working with the Remote Management Frontend

4.1.1Remote Management window for Remote Manager and Console Menu

The following section describes the components of the Remote Management window for the Remote Manager (iRMC/ iRMC S2, RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU)) and the Console Menu application (RemoteView Management Blade).

IThe structure of the Remote Management window is identical for the Telnet andSSH-basedRemote Manager and for the Console Menu application. The only differences relate to the displayed port numbers: 3172 (Telnet port) and 22 (SSH port, only for a connection to iRMC/ iRMC S2).

Online help

Connection bar

Console area

Status bar

Figure 12: Remote Management window for Remote Manager and Console Menu application

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User interfaces

Online help

ÊTo call the Remote Management Frontend help function, click HELP.

The Remote Management Frontend help function provides you with detailed information on:

Overview

An overview containing introductory information

Remote Management

Information on Telnet/SSH-basedremote management

About

Version information relating to Remote Management Frontend

Connection bar

The Remote Management Frontend connection bar contains the following displays and controls:

IP Address

IP address of the iRMC/ iRMC S2 or

 

RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) or

 

RemoteView Management Blade.

 

The Remote Management Frontend takes over the IP

 

address from the Operations Manager. You can

 

overwrite the IP address. You can enter up to

 

20 characters.

 

 

Management Port

Management Port of the iRMC/ iRMC S2 or

 

RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) or

 

RemoteView Management Blade.

 

The Remote Management Frontend cannot take over

 

the Management Port from the Operations Manager.

 

The default setting is 3172 (for Telnet connections) or

 

22 (for SSH connections).

 

You can overwrite the management port. You can enter

 

up to 4 characters.

 

 

Connect

This button allows you to start a connection to the

 

iRMC/ iRMC S2 or RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) or

 

RemoteView Management Blade (see page 42).

 

 

Table 2: Remote Management window (Remote Manager) - connection bar

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Disconnect

You click this button to terminate a connection to the

 

iRMC/ iRMC S2 or

 

RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) or

 

RemoteView Management Blade.

 

You can use the Connect andDisconnect buttons

 

Ito terminate andre-establishthe connection to

 

the managed server as often as you want

 

without having to leave the window.

 

 

Table 2: Remote Management window (Remote Manager) - connection bar

Console area

Once you have established a connection to the iRMC/ iRMC S2 or RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) or RemoteView Management Blade (see page 42), the corresponding Telnet application is opened in the console area:

for iRMC/ iRMC S2: Remote Manager (Telnet / SSH)

(see the manuals “iRMC - integrated Remote Management Controller” and “iRMC S2 - integrated Remote Management Controller”).

for RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU): Remote Manager (Telnet).

for a RemoteView Management Blade: Console Menu application.

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Status bar

The Remote Management Frontend status bar contains the following displays and controls:

Connected to <IP

A left-alignedstring indicates the status of the

address>

connection, the IP address and the port number of the

<management port>

iRMC/ iRMC S2 or RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) or

 

the RemoteView Management Blade.

 

 

<connection status>

A right-alignedstring indicates the status of the

 

connection:

 

offline (on a red background)

 

online (on a green background)

 

online SSL (on a green background)

 

indicates an SSL Telnet connection

 

online SSH (on a green background)

 

indicates an SSL connection

 

 

Table 3: RemoteView Frontend window (Remote Manager) - status bar

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4.1.2Remote Management window for text console redirection and power management

The components of the Remote Management window for text console redirection and power management via iRMC/ iRMC S2 or BMC are described below.

Online help

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Console redirection bar Status bar

Console area

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power management bar

 

Connection bar

Figure 13: Window for power management and text console redirection

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Online help

ÊTo call the Remote Management Frontend help function, click HELP.

The Remote Management Frontend help function provides you with detailed information on:

Overview

An overview containing introductory information

Remote Management

Information on Telnet/SSH-basedremote management

About

Version information relating to Remote Management Frontend

Connection bar

The Remote Management Frontend connection bar contains the following displays and controls:

BMC (FW: <Version>)

Display of the status of the connection to the

 

iRMC/ iRMC S2/ BMC:

 

The display has a colored background:

 

gray:

 

There is no connection to an

 

iRMC/ iRMC S2/ BMC.

 

green:

 

There is a connection to an

 

iRMC/ iRMC S2/ BMC.

 

If a connection has been successfully established then

 

the firmware version of the connected iRMC/

 

iRMC S2/BMC is also displayed.

 

 

IP Address

IP address of the iRMC/ iRMC S2/BMC.

 

The Remote Management Frontend takes over the IP

 

address from the Operations Manager. Once a

 

connection is established, this box becomes inactive.

 

 

Logon

You click this button to start a connection to the

 

iRMC/ iRMC S2/BMC (see page 49).

 

 

Table 4: Remote Management window - connection bar

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Logoff

You click this button to terminate a connection to the

 

iRMC/ iRMC S2/BMC.

 

You can use the Logon andLogoff buttons to

 

Iterminate andre-establishthe connection to the

 

managed server as often as you want without

 

having to leave the window.

 

 

Table 4: Remote Management window - connection bar

Console area

The console area contains the display from the redirected console. In the console area, you can also enter SAC commands if a Windows system with an activated EmergencyManagementServices (EMS) is booted.

Console redirection bar

You use the Enter Console andLeave Console buttons in the console redirection bar to start or terminate a console redirection session.

Status bar

The Remote Management Frontend status bar contains the following displays and controls:

Connected / Not

A left-alignedstring indicates whether or not a

connected

connection exists.

 

 

<connection status>

A right-alignedstring indicates the status of the console

 

redirection:

 

offline (on a red background)

 

online (on a green background)

 

 

Table 5: RemoteView Frontend window - status bar

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Power management bar

The power management bar provides information on the power status of the managed server. You can update the display by clicking the Status button.

The Command drop-downlist allows you to select and run the following IPMI commands for power management of the managed server.

IPMI command

Explanation

Power On

Switches the server on.

Power Off

Switches the server off.

Reset

Completely restarts the server (cold start), regardless of the status of the

 

operating system.

Power Cycle

Powers the server down completely and then powers it up again after

 

approximately 5 seconds.

Shutdown

Graceful shutdown and power off.

IYou can also use the Command drop-downlist to start the power management of the managed server even if no console redirection session is active.

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4.2Establishing a connection to the managed server

This section describes how you establish the connection to the managed server both in the Remote Management window for the Remote Manager and in theRemote Management window for console redirection and power management.

4.2.1Establishing a connection to the iRMC/ iRMC S2, RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3 HU) via Telnet/SSH (Remote Manager)

IThe Remote Management Frontend takes over the IP address of the iRMC/ iRMC S2, RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) / RemoteView Management Blade from the Operations Manager.

The use of Remote Manager for the iRMC/ iRMC S2 is described in the manuals “iRMC - integrated Remote Management Controller” and “iRMC S2 - integrated Remote Management Controller”.

Requirements at a managed server with iRMC/ iRMC S2

Access via Telnet must be enabled for the iRMC/ iRMC S2 (see manuals “iRMC - integrated Remote Management Controller” and “iRMC S2 - integrated Remote Management Controller”).

IAccess via the Telnet protocol is deactivated by default for security reasons, as passwords are transmitted in plain text.

IMaximum number of parallel Telnet/SSH sessions in the case of connection via an iRMC/ iRMC S2:

Telnet: up to 4

SSH: up to 2

Telnet and SSH in total: up to 4

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Requirements at a managed server with RSB S2 /RSB S2 LP (3 HU)

The framework vehicle of the RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) must be 6.4.57.29 or higher.

Access via Telnet must be activated via RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU).

ISince the Operations Manager does not know the management port value, the Remote Management Frontend works with the default value.

Since a connection is not automatically established when the Remote Management Frontend is started, you can correct any nonstandard value for the management port after the Remote Management Frontend has been started.

IMaximum number of parallel Telnet sessions for a connection via an RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3 HU) (with firmware version 7.0 or higher): maximum 4

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Establishing a Telnet/SSH connection and logging into the Remote Manager

IThe example below describes the establishment of Telnet/SSH connection to the managed PRIMERGY server via an iRMC/ iRMC S2. The establishment of a Telnet connection to a PRIMERGY server via an RSB/ RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP (3HU) is very similar.

Proceed as follows:

ÊIn the Operations Manager Remote Management view, click theiRMC Telnet oriRMC SSH button:

Figure 14: Operations Manager: Remote Management view - starting Remote Manager

The Java applet for the Telnet or SSH connection is started and the Remote Management window is displayed (here we use the example of an SSH connection, seefigure 15 on page 45).

IIf the screen displays for SSH and Telnet connections differ only with respect to the connection-specificinformation displayed, the display for an SSH connection is shown below.

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Figure 15: Establishing an SSH connection to the iRMC/ iRMC S2

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Ê In the connection bar, click Connect.

IIf the connection attempt fails, then this may be due to the fact that the management port number at the managed machine is not 3172 (Telnet) or 22 (SSH).

The management port number is not known to the Operations Manager and the Remote Management Frontend therefore uses the default value (3172 for Telnet connections or 22 for SSH connections).

As soon as the connection to the iRMC/ iRMC S2 has been established, you are requested to enter the user name and password.

Logging into the Remote Manager over an SSH connection

IIf the host key of the managed server is not yet registered at the remote workstation, the SSH client issues a security alert with suggestions on how to proceed.

The following login window is displayed:

Figure 16: SSH connection: Logging in to the Remote Manager

ÊEnter your user name and password and confirm your entries by clicking Login.

The main menu of the Remote Manager is then displayed (see figure 18 on page 48).

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Connection to server

Logging into the Remote Manager over a Telnet connection

The Remote Manager login window is displayed:

Figure 17: Telnet connection: Logging in to the Remote Manager

IDepending on whether ServerView agents have already been started at some point on the system, the login window is shown with or without system information.

ÊEnter your user name and password and confirm your entries by pressing [Enter].

The main menu of the Remote Manager is then displayed (see figure 18 on page 48).

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Figure 18: Main menu of the Remote Manager

Closing a Telnet/SSH connection

ÊClose the connection to the Remote Manager by clicking the Disconnect button in the connection bar of the Remote Management window or by pressing the [0] key in the main menu of the Remote Manager (seefigure 18).

The window remains open after the connection has been closed.

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4.2.2Establishing a connection to the

iRMC/ iRMC S2/BMC for power management and console redirection

IThe example below illustrates the establishment of a connection to an iRMC/ iRMC S2 which permits power management and console redirection for the managed server. A connection to a BMC is established in a very similar way.

Proceed as follows:

ÊIn the Operation Manager Remote Management view, click theiRMC Power Management button.

Figure 19: Operations Manager: Remote Management view -

Starting power management and console redirection

The Java applet for power management and console redirection is started and the Remote Management window is displayed (figure 15 on page 45).

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Figure 20: Logging on to the iRMC/ iRMC S2

ÊClick the Logon button to log in to the iRMC/ iRMC S2.

You are then prompted to enter your iRMC/ iRMC S2 user name and password (see figure 21 on page 50):

Figure 21: Power management and text console redirection - Login window

Ê Enter your user name and password and click Login to confirm.

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Connection to server

The window for power management and text console redirection is then displayed:

(1)

(2)

Figure 22: Window for power management and text console redirection

The connection to the iRMC/ iRMC S2 is established and the commands for the power management of the managed server can be activated (1). However, the server console is still offline (2).

ÊClick Enter Console to start the console redirection session.

IIf you access the managed server via a Kalypso BMC, you will be asked (by the Kalypso BMC's Telnet server) to enter your user name and password again in order to start the console redirection session.

You are then connected to the console and can execute the required command, either by entering it directly in the console area or by clicking it in the Command drop-downlist (IPMI commands only):

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Enter SAS or IPMI command directly. (No confirmation prompt!)

or

Select IPMI command and click.

Figure 23: Entering SAC or IPMI commands at the console.

ÊTo close the connection to the console, click Leave Console.

ÊTo close the connection to the iRMC/ iRMC S2, click Logoff.

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5 Security

5.1Password protection

To prevent unauthorized remote access to a server, the PRIMERGY ServerView Suite possesses password protection mechanisms. There are two types of password that you need for the Remote Management Frontend:

Password for the ServerView Web server

Passwords for the remote hardware

Password for the ServerView Web server

To log on at the ServerView web server, you need the Operations Manager user password (see manual “PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Operations Manager Installation”).

Passwords for the remote hardware:

You may need the following passwords depending on the remote hardware you are using:

iRMC/ iRMC S2 passwords

You can define multiple user identifications, each with individual passwords and rights for each iRMC/ iRMC S2 (see the manuals “iRMC - integrated Remote Management Controller” and “iRMC S2 - integrated Remote Management Controller”).

RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP passwords

You can define multiple user identifications, each with individual passwords and rights for each RSB S2/ RSB S2 LP.

RSB passwords

For each RSB you can define multiple user identifications, each with individual passwords and rights.

RemoteView Management Blade passwords

For each RemoteView Management Blade you can define multiple user identifications, each with individual passwords and rights.

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Security

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Remote IPMI passwords

For each BMC you can define multiple user identifications, each with individual passwords.

5.2Console redirection

Kalypso BMC:

The Telnet packages sent from the ServerView Remote Management Frontend are packaged in RMCP data packages.

The BMC replies with Telnet data packages.

iRMC/ iRMC S2, BMC of RX/TX600 S2/S3

Console redirection is encrypted and takes place Serial Over LAN (SOL)

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Related Publications

The documentation for the PRIMERGY manuals can be found on the PRIMERGY ServerView Suite DVD 2 supplied with each server system.

The documentation can also be downloaded free of charge from the Internet. You will find the online documentation on the Internet at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com under the linkIndustry standard servers.

[1]ServerView Suite Basic Concepts

[2]PRIMERGY Glossary

[3]PRIMERGY Abbriviations

[4]Secure PRIMERGY Server Management Enterprise Security

PRIMERGY server management for secure, highly available platforms

White Paper

[5]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite Installation Manager

User Guide

[6]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite Deployment Manager

User Guide

[7]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Operations Manager

Installation under Windows Installation Guide

[8]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Operations Manager

Installation under Windows Quick Installation Guide

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[9]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Operations Manager

Installation under Linux Installation Guide

[10]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Operations Manager

Installation under Linux Quick Installation Guide

[11]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView S2

ServerView Agents (Linux, VMware) Quick Installation Guide

[12]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Operations Manager

Server Management User Guide

[13]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Inventory Manager

User Guide

[14]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Archive Manager

User Guide

[15]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite Asset Management

Command Line Interface User Guide

[16]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView RAID Manager

User Guide

[17]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Event Manager

User Guide

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[18]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Threshold Manager

User Guide

[19]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Performance Manager

User Guide

[20]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Download Manager

ServerView User Guide

[21]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Update Manager

User Guide

[22]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Update Manager Express

User Guide

[23]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite PrimeUp

User Guide

[24]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite Bootable Update CD

User Guide

[25]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Online Diagnostics

User Guide

[26]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite Local Service Concept (LSC)

User Guide

[27]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite PrimeCollect

User Guide

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[28]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Virtual-IOManager

User Guide

[29]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Virtual-IOManager CLI

Command Line Interface

[30]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Integration

Overview

[31]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Integration in MOM

User Guide

[32]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

ServerView Integration Pack for MS SCOM

User Guide

[33]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Integration Pack for MS SMS

User Guide

[34]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

DeskView and ServerView Integration Pack for Microsoft SCCM

User Guide

[35]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

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User Guide

[36]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

ServerView Integration in HP Operations Manager

User Guide

[37]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

ServerView Integration Pack in Tivoli NetView

User Guide

[38]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

ServerView Integration Pack in Tivoli TEC

User Guide

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[39]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite ServerView Integration in DeskView

User Guide

[40]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

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User guide

[41]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

iRMC - integrated Remote Management Controller

User Guide

[42]PRIMERGY ServerView Suite

iRMC S2 - integrated Remote Management Controller

User Guide

[43]PRIMERGY BX300 Blade Server Systems

Operating Manual

[44]PRIMERGY BX600 Blade Server Systems

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[45]PRIMERGY BX600 Blade Server Systems ServerView Management Blade S3

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[46]PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Server Systems

Operating Manual

[47]PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Server Systems ServerView Management Blade S1

User Interface Description User Guide

[48]PRIMERGY Blade Server System LAN Switch Blade

User Interface Description User Guide

[49]BIOS-Setup

Description

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[50]PRIMEPOWER ServerView Suite

System Administration within a Domain User Guide

[51]FibreCAT CX

Monitoring FibreCAT SX systems with ServerView Operations Manager

Welcome Guide

[52]FibreCAT SX

Monitoring FibreCAT SX systems with ServerView Operations Manager

Welcome Guide

[53]StorMan

Provisioning and managing virtualized storage resources Administrator and User Guide

[54]APC network management card

User’s Guide

[55]VMware

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Installation Guide

[56]VMware

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Index

B

BMC mode 24,29

C

configuration file MultiSessionBMC 12

SOLiRMC

12

SSHiRMC

12

configure

automatic deletion of console area

on end of text console

 

redirection

13

 

 

console redirection (iRMC)

12

display of iRMC SSH, iRMC Power

Management buttons

12

multisession support (BMC/

iRMC)

11

 

 

 

power management (via

 

iRMC)

12

 

 

 

ServerView Remote Management

Frontend 11

 

 

SSH access to iRMC

12

 

console area

 

 

 

 

automatic deletion on end of text

console redirection

13

Console Menu

34

 

 

 

console redirection

12

 

 

security 54

 

 

 

D display

hardware-specific6

display of buttons (iRMC SSH, iRMC Power Management)

configuring 12

E establish

connection to server 42

establishing a server connection 42 via iRMC/BMC for power

management and console redirection 49

via Telnet/SSH 42

F

Features (folder) 12 file, see configuration file

H

hardware-specificdisplays6

I

interfaces for remote management 7

M

multisession support 11 multisession support (BMC/

iRMC) 11 MultiSessionBMC12

N

notational conventions 10

P password

for remote hardware 53

for ServerView S2

53

password protection

53

power management

38

power management (via iRMC) 12

R

remote management 7 Remote Management Frontend

hardware-specificdisplays6 interfaces for remote

management 7 starting via the Operations

Manager 18 window6

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Index

Remote Management window

33

for Remote Manager and Console

Menu

34

 

 

 

for text console redirection and

power management

38

Remote Manager

7, 34

 

 

RSB mode

29

 

 

 

S

 

 

 

 

security 53

 

 

 

 

with console redirection

54

working with the ServerView

Remote Management

 

 

Frontend

53

 

 

ServerView Remote Management

Frontend

 

 

 

 

configuring 11

 

 

security

53

 

 

 

starting

15

 

 

 

starting via iRMC 20

 

 

starting via RemoteView

 

 

Management Blade

30

 

starting via RSB /RSB S2

25

user interface

33

 

 

working with

33

 

 

ServerView Remote Management

Frontend see also Remote

Management window

ServerView Remote Management

Frontend, see Remote

Management Frontend

SOLiRMC

12

SSH access to iRMC 12

SSHiRMC

12

start

 

Remote Management Frontend via the Operations Manager 18 ServerView Remote Management

Frontend 15

ServerView Remote Management Frontend (requirements at the remote workstation) 17

ServerView Remote Management Frontend (requirements) 16

ServerView Remote Management Frontend via RemoteView Management Blade 30

ServerView Remote Management Frontend via RSB /RSB

S2 25

starting ServerView Remote Management Frontend requirements at the managed

server

16

 

via iRMC

20

 

structure of the manual

8

T

 

 

text console redirection

38

U

user interface

ServerView Remote Management Frontend 33

user interface, see also

Remote Management window

W

working with the ServerView Remote Management Frontend 33

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