|C H A P T E R 5|
Configure the JavaRConsole System
This chapter describes how to set up the JavaRConsole system to deliver the mass storage drivers and Windows Server media for operating system installation.
|Note - If you have chosen both the Floppy Disk Local (only required for Sun Fire X4440 servers) and Windows Local delivery methods in Chapter 3, proceed to Chapter 6.|
|Note - This procedure does not provide detailed instructions for setting up the JavaRConsole hardware. See the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) Administration Guide for your Sun Fire server for further information.|
The requirements for the JavaRConsole system are:
This section describes how to setup the JavaRConsole system to deliver the mass storage drivers during a remote Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008 (for the X4440) installation.
|Note - This procedure assumes that the JavaRConsole system and ILOM service processor have been set up according to the instructions in the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) Administration Guide for your Sun Fire server.|
To Set Up the JavaRConsole System
1. Start the remote console application by typing the IP address of the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) service processor into a browser on the JavaRConsole system.
FIGURE 5-1 URL Sample
The Security Alert dialog box displays.
FIGURE 5-2 Security Alert Dialog Box
2. Click Yes.
The ILOM login screen appears.
FIGURE 5-3 Login Screen
3. Enter the user name and password and click Log In.
The default user name is root and default password is changeme.
The ILOM Version Information screen appears.
FIGURE 5-4 ILOM WebGUI Interface Version Information Screen
4. Click the Remote Control tab in the ILOM WebGUI.
The Launch Redirection screen appears.
|Note - Make sure that the mouse mode is set to Absolute mode in the Mouse Mode Settings tab.|
FIGURE 5-5 ILOM WebGUI Launch Redirection Screen
5. Click Launch Redirection.
|Note - When using a Windows system for JavaRConsole System redirection, an additional warning appears after clicking Launch Redirection. If the Hostname Mismatch dialog box is displayed, click the Yes button.|
FIGURE 5-6 Hostname Mismatch Dialog Box
The Remote Control dialog box appears.
FIGURE 5-7 Remote Control Login Dialog Box
6. In the Remote Control Login dialog box, enter your user name and password and click OK.
The default user name is root and password is changeme.
After the login is successful, the JavaRConsole screen appears.
FIGURE 5-8 JavaRConsole Devices Menu
7. From the Devices menu, select one floppy item and/or one CD item according to the delivery method you have chosen.
|Caution - Using the CD-ROM Remote or CD-ROM Image options to install the Windows Server will significantly increase the time necessary to perform the installation as the content of the CD-ROM is accessed over the network. The installation time will depend on the network connectivity and traffic.|
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