Method 1a – Power On the Host Through the CMM (Web Interface)
You connect to the CMM through the RJ-45 NET MGT 0 Ethernet port.
While this Ethernet connection supports both the CLI and the web interface to
the CMM, this procedure uses the web interface. By default, the server module
is configured to use DHCP to obtain the IP address for the SP.
- Ascertain the IP addresses for the CMM.
- Ensure that the CMM is connected to the network you are on.
The network connection is through the RJ-45 connector labeled NET MGT 0 on
- In a browser on the same network as the modular system, enter the
IP address of the CMM.
For example, if your CMM has the IP address 188.8.131.52, enter http://184.108.40.206 into
A login window for ILOM appears.
- Log into ILOM on the CMM by typing your user name and password.
The factory default ILOM root password is changeme, but might have been changed
in your environment.
You are logged in to the CMM ILOM web interface.
- If the Chassis View (image of the modular system) is not displayed in
the web interface, select the Chassis entry in the left navigation panel.
- Use one of the following methods to navigate to the server module SP.
Select the newly installed server module in the Chassis View (image) of the modular system.
In the left Chassis navigation panel, select the newly installed server module (listed as Blade 0 - 9).
- If prompted to log in, enter the following factory default user name and
User name: root
You are now connected to the server module SP.
- Open a Remote Console.
- Select the Remote Control tab on the top menu.
- Click on Use serial redirection.
- Click on Launch Remote Console.
This remote console will display host messages and prompts for installing the Oracle
Solaris OS when you power on the server module.
- Power on the server module.
- Select the Remote Power Control tab.
- Click on the menu and select Power On.
- Select Save.
- Select OK when you see this prompt: Are you sure you want to perform a Power On of the server.
The server module host is powered on for the first time.
- You can now configure the Oracle Solaris OS to meet your needs.
See Configuring the Oracle Solaris OS.