Secure Web Console J3591A single serial
Administrieren Sie Ihr SUN System über Ihren Browser !
Die Secure Web Console von HP bietet Ihnen seriellen Zugriff auf Ihren UNIX Server via TCP/IP
Selbstverstaendlich funktioniert das auch mit Ihrem SUN System (getested)
Auch ein STOP+A kann gesendet werden.
The preconfigured IP address of the Secure Web Console is 18.104.22.168 If the Web console has been configured before, or if it does not respond to a ping, you may reset it to the default settings by holding the button on the top of the console for 5 seconds while plugging in the power adapter to the Web Console.
Before you get started you need to know the following information:
1. What IP address you are going to use for the Web Console?
2. What is the IP address of the client used to initially configure the Web Console ?(The IP of the system where your browser is running)
3. Select an Administrator user login and password.
4. If a gateway is used to connect the Web console to the host, what is the IP address for the gateway system?
5. Write the MAC address of the Web Console. This information is on the top of the web console as well as on the box.
6. Do you have a supported browser on the client machine used to configure the Secure Web Console?
7. Make sure Java is enabled on your browser. To Verify that Java is enabled use the link "Java Test 1.0.2" at the site above.
A. Connect the LAN RJ45 cable to the Web Console
B. Connect the power adapter. The Amber LED will come on initially and should turn off. The Green LED will blink to indicate network activity.
C. Make sure the client_host running the browser is on the same IP subnet as the HP Secure Web Console.
D. On the client_host enter the following commands into your DOS or Unix window:
a. route add 22.214.171.124 Example: route add 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 b. ping 184.108.40.206 If ping is successful, proceed to step E. otherwise, perform step c below. c. arp -s 220.127.116.11 PC Example: arp -s 18.104.22.168 00-60-b0-22-3e-ae Unix Example arp -s 22.214.171.124 00:60:b0:22:3e:ae E. Access the device through your web browser on the same subnet using the URL: http://126.96.36.199/ note: configure your browser Proxy settings for "direct connection to the internet".
Create first Administrator Account
Upon successful initial access of the Web Console through the browser, you are presented with the form requesting the following information:
Name: Your name, ie Fred Flintstone Function: No option selectable on this field for the first administrator Information: ie Main Administrator - Phone number - whatever you want Login: marc <-------this is your primary administrator login user name password: ****** <--your primary administrator Web console login password Configure IP
Secure Console name: kirk <----this is the host name for your Web Console IP address: 188.8.131.52 <----the IP address you want to assign to the Web Console IP subnetmask: 255.255.248.0 <----enter the appropriate mask for your subnet IP gateway: 184.108.40.206 <----itself, or blank, or the Gateway's. System name: Huevos <----the name of the server this console is going to be connected to. Afer you have entered the above information, and pressed the OK button. The Web Console will reboot. Connect your Serial Cable to the Host. After the Initial configuration is completed and the Web Console has rebooted, connect the serial cable between the Web Console and the Host serial console. Console Access Test: Enter the new IP address of the Web Console in the URL field in your browser: ie: http://220.127.116.11 enter the Administrator user name and password and login. Click on the "Access Console" link The console window will open up in the center of the browser and will look very small, with fonts that are almost too small to read. To get a larger window and fonts, Click on the link "In/Out" under "Access Console". Another window with larger fonts will open up. You should now be able to login to the host as long as console login has not been disabled on your system. Note: On HP-UX 9.x console login is disabled when the file /etc/securetty present. To enable console login, remove or rename this file. Note: Do not forget to logout of your console session. Exiting from the Web console, does NOT log you out from your console session !!!