You can access the server module SP directly by connecting a dongle cable to the UCP on the front of the server module.
Caution - Dongle cables are intended for setup, testing, or service purposes and should be removed when not in use. These cables have not been evaluated for electromagnetic compatibility compliance and are not to be used during normal operation. See Dongle Cables.
8N1 (eight data bits, no parity, one stop bit)
9600 baud (the default, but can be set to any standard rate up to 57600)
Disable hardware flow control (CTS/RTS)
If possible, use a three-connector UCP-3 dongle cable rather than a four-connector UCP-4. See Dongle Cables for details.
For a UCP-3 dongle cable, use the RJ-45 connector.
For a UCP-4 dongle cable, use the DB-9 serial connector (TTYA). If you need to make an RJ-45 connection to a UCP-4, do so through a DB-9-to-RJ-45 adapter attached to the DB-9 connector.
The Oracle ILOM login prompt is displayed on the terminal or terminal emulator.
The default user is root. The default password is changeme.
You are now logged into Oracle ILOM on the server module SP.
-> start /SYS Are you sure you want to start /SYS (y/n)? y Starting /SYS. . .
The server module initializes.
When the Oracle ILOM prompt appears, type:
-> start /HOST/console Are you sure you want to start /HOST/console (y/n)? y Serial console started. To stop, type #.
The server module might take several minutes to complete POST. If a boot device installed with Oracle Solaris OS is accessible locally, the server module boots. Otherwise, the server module uses the boot net command to seek a boot device on the network.
You are now connected to the server module host.
You can now configure the Oracle Solaris OS to meet your needs. See Configuring the Oracle Solaris OS.