Sun Integrated Lights Out Manager 2.0 User’s Guide discusses ILOM features and tasks that are common to Sun rackmounted servers or blade servers that support ILOM.
You can access these features or perform these tasks in the same way, regardless of the Sun server platform that ILOM is managing. Other user documents present ILOM features and tasks that are specific to the server platform you are using. You can find the ILOM platform-specific information within the documentation set that accompanies your system.
This User’s Guide provides detailed information about the ILOM features and functions that are common to all server platforms managed by ILOM. To fully understand the information and perform the tasks discussed in this User’s Guide, you should use this document in conjunction with the ILOM documentation that comes with your specific server platform.
This document includes the following information:
Chapter 1 provides an overview of ILOM features and functions.
Chapter 2 explains how to establish initial communication with ILOM and what type of tasks you can perform with different connections.
Chapter 3 describes how to use the ILOM command-line interface (CLI) and how to log in to ILOM using the CLI.
Chapter 4 describes how to use the ILOM web interface and how to log in to ILOM using the web interface.
Chapter 5 explains how to manage user accounts using the ILOM CLI or web interface, as well as how to configure Active Directory, LDAP, and RADIUS.
Chapter 6 describes how to view and modify component information, how to prepare to remove components and return components to service, and how to configure policy settings.
Chapter 7 explains how to monitor the system using sensors, indicators, and event logs and also describes how to manage alerts.
Chapter 8 presents an overview of ILOM network settings and the tasks you need to perform to configure the network settings using the ILOM CLI or web interface.
Chapter 9 describes the Intelligent Platform Management Interface and IPMItool.
Chapter 10 explains how SNMP works and how to manage SNMP users using the ILOM CLI or web interface.
Chapter 11 explains how to upgrade and reset ILOM firmware using the ILOM CLI or web interface.
Chapter 12 describes the ILOM Remote Console application and how to launch and configure the Remote Console to remotely manage a server platform.
Appendix A presents a reference to ILOM CLI commands and explains how to use the commands.
Appendix B is a glossary that provides the definitions of some words and phrases used in this User’s Guide.
You should use this document in conjunction with the ILOM platform supplement documentation that comes with your specific platform.
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