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Creating an IPMI User Account (SRC CLI)

An IPMI username and password are required to connect to a remote IPMI interface. You can define new IPMI user accounts using the CLI.

Note: The configuration statements under the edit system ipmi hierarchy are not supported, if the SRC software is deployed as a virtual machine.

To create an IPMI user account using the SRC CLI:

  1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures an IPMI interface.
    user@host# edit system ipmi
  2. Set a plain-text password that is autoencrypted by the CLI.
    [edit system ipmi]user@host# set user name plain-text-password

    For example:

    user@host#set user johndoe plain-text passwordNew password: xyz123 (text will not appear)Re-type new password: xyz123 (text will not appear)
  3. Verify the configuration.
    [edit system ipmi]admin@gnome# showaddress 10.227.1.145/24;gateway 10.227.7.1;
    user admin {encrypted-password ********;}
    user jdoe {encrypted-password ********;}

Related Documentation

Modified: 2016-05-27