Using noVNC to access Intel BMC IPMI WEB-interface
Information on IPMI
BMC Firmware Build Time :Wed Dec 20 18:54:59 2017.
BIOS ID: SE5C620.86B.00.01.0012.021320180053
BMC FW Rev: 1.43.33e8d6b4
Backup BMC FW Rev: 1.43.33e8d6b4
Build ID: 33E8D6B4
SDR Package Version: 1.30
Mgmt Engine (ME) FW Rev: 04.00.04.294
Baseboard Serial Number: QSBP73407508
Stage 1. Authorization:
1. Click in the Username field; 2. Click "Login" button; 3. Click in the Password field; 4. Click "Password"; 5. Click "login" button or "Enter" key on the keyboard.
Stage 2. Go to the section "Remote Control" -> "KVM/Console Redirection":
Stage 3. Security risk agreements:
1. Click "Launch Console" button; 2. Click "Keep" button.
Stage 4. Open the downloaded jnlp file:
Stage 5. Accept the expired java-applet certificate:
1. CLick "Continue" button.
Stage 6. Security warnings:
In order to agree with the warning:
1. Enable I accept the risk and want to run this application option; 2. Click "Run" button.
Stage 7. Confirm that you will use the AES-128 encryption:
1. Click "OK" button.
- The "Clipboard" button is located in the upper left corner of noVNC window. It allows copying text from the user's computer to the clipboard of the proxy-server with browser window and back. You should copy the text into the clipboard text field which you can open by clicking the "Clipboard" button. Then place the cursor in the text input field and press "Ctrl/Cmd + V" or the middle button of your mouse;
- The warning about the incorrect website certificate where java-applet is downloaded (the certificate hostname does not match the website hostname / the certificate has expired / the certificate was signed by an untrusted certification authority). In DCImanager 5.149 and later, if the certificate has not expired, this warning does not appear on the screen.
- The expired java-applet certificate warning. To fix this issue, you should update IPMI firmware.
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